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December 17, 2012

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Brandi Ferrebee

When my family renovated our home (built just before the turn of the century by my father's family), we found a newspaper front page stuffed in the eaves. Luckily, it had a delivery label still intact: it was delivered in July 1907 to my great-great-grandfather. Both the paper (formerly the Evening Star, now the Winchester Star) and Royal Crown Cola are still based here in Winchester, Virginia.

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