I’m a lover of history, especially when it has some link to me or my family. Recently, when looking for something in my desk drawer, I came across a folded sheet of yellowed newspaper. It turned out to be a page torn from the March 1946 edition of Pennsylvania Grange News.
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- Delaware Is Ready for Hemp Approval
- Northeast Farmers Shift Back to Growing Grains
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- Coryza Concern Cancels Poultry Sessions
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- Allentown Stamp Club Auction Features Several ‘Firsts’
- Farmer Seeks Protection for Agritourism
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