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Daily Archives: November 15, 2010
Before refrigerators, smokehouses helped preserve food, as this 1985 Bob Artley comic shows. (Before refrigerators, there were also iceboxes and canning options, and you could dry or candy fruit, too.)
Windom was going to vote on whether to issue $745K in bonds for additions to three of its buildings in 1960.
Long before we knew the cake is a lie, little Fredrick Ehlers, 1, was unsure about it in 1939.