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"The bar’s tiled tin ceiling is original and still contains bullet holes from long-forgotten feuds that occurred when it was just a frontier tavern. Read all about the area's past in DOOR COUNTY TALES."
The History PressThe History Press · June 17, 2011
New American
· Baileys Harbor, United States
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"The annex building features a replica of the 1st Piggly Wiggly, complete with turnstiles & paper price tags. Read all about the store's history in CLARENCE SAUNDERS AND THE FOUNDING OF PIGGLY WIGGLY."
The History PressThe History Press · June 17, 2011
Science Museum
· Memphis, United States
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"Next year the Oak Park Public Library will celebrate its 110th anniversary. The OPPL was established in 1902. Want to know more about the village's history? Read OAK PARK: THE EVOLUTION OF A VILLAGE."
The History PressThe History Press · June 6, 2011
Library
· Oak Park, United States
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"What makes Sharpe Hill’s vineyards so exceptional? For starters, the soil has six of the same minerals as Alsace. Read all about the Nutmeg State’s wine in A HISTORY OF CONNECTICUT WINE."
The History PressThe History Press · June 6, 2011
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· Pomfret, United States
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"Do you know the source of the phrase "Where the Turf Meets the Surf"? The wife of one of Bing Crosby's writers came up with it. Discover the track's history in DEL MAR: WHERE THE TURF MEETS THE SURF."
The History PressThe History Press · June 3, 2011
Racetrack
· Del Mar, United States
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"The pier was built in 1995, and it's 1,045 feet long. Read all about Folly's past in FOLLY BEACH: A BRIEF HISTORY."
The History PressThe History Press · May 24, 2011
Piers
· Folly Beach, United States
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