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February 19, 2016
Orange tulips left by one of Harper Lee's fans are displayed on the judges stand at the old Monroe County...
Monroeville, UNITED STATES
Orange tulips left by one of Harper Lee's fans are displayed on the judges stand at the old Monroe County...
Orange tulips left by one of Harper Lee's fans are displayed on the judges stand at the old Monroe County Courthouse, along with copies of Lee's two books, in her hometown of Monroeville, Alabama February 19, 2016. People began lining up at the courthouse Friday morning to pay their respects to Lee. Lee, who wrote one of America's most beloved literary classics, "To Kill a Mockingbird," and surprised readers with a second book about racial injustice in the U.S. South after living a largely reclusive life for decades, died at the age of 89 on Friday. REUTERS/Carmen K. Sisson
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