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Byline: Jerry Large
SEATTLE _ Stories are the glue that holds people together in families, communities, nations.
We always repeat the ones that are most defining because we want to keep alive the ideas they contain, reinforce the bonds they describe and pass on the lessons they hold.
Saturday, Veterans Day, people will be telling war stories.
War stories are most vibrant when they are told by people who were there, but time passes and each war fades in turn as its veterans grow old and die. World War II ended more than 60 years ago. Its generals are gone and its young warriors are gray and fewer each day.
But some of those veterans know how to keep a legacy alive.
A little building on King Street in Seattle, so plain you'd …