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107_cd1_08_nixon_M.pdf
A clipping from the Asheville Citizen Times showing Julie Nixon standing in front of the Finkelstein loan office.

107_03_05_Scrapbooks_02_Photocopies_M.pdf
A conglomeration of papers Leo collected over his lifetime, from newspaper clippings about a bookmobile and his father's death to letters from the Buncombe County library. It includes pictures from the Asheville Lions Club and Leo's years serving the…

107_02_04_LionsClub_PawnshopNotes_M.pdf
Papers kept by the Asheville Lions Club that give an account of Leo in his old age.

107_01_09_12_Congregation_Sternberg_Parties_BethHaTephila_M.pdf
Information about the history of the conservative Jewish congregation Beth Ha-Tephila. 1991 was the Centennial Anniversary of the huge congregation that started with a handful of people in a small mountain town.

107_01_08_PhotoAlbum_06_LionsClub_1900_1961_M.pdf
Various newspaper clippings about the Asheville Lions Club and its success as a civic club.

Letter_06_22_1899.pdf
This letter from R.L. Kirby to his uncle, Joseph Eller, discusses how R.L. Kirby has taken over the local newspaper, and mentions a scheme to boost subscriptions by giving some of the profits to people who bring in customers.