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Uncle George: Soiled Doves, Riff-Raff, and Roller Skates

To frontier settlers, he was the mailman. To “soiled doves,” he was the top cop with a heart of gold. To children, he was the patron saint of roller skates. To schools and churches, he was a financial benefactor. And … Continue reading

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