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Lincoln General Store historical exhibit on tap

THE LINCOLN GENERAL Store, here in the 1940s, when it was owned by Earl Carpenter, is the focus of the Lincoln Historical Society’s display at the Lincoln Library from now until November. Photo courtesy of Lucinda Cockrell

Vaneasa and Dan Stearns’ recent retirement from the Lincoln General Store inspired the Lincoln Historical Society, in collaboration with the Lincoln Library, to focus its current exhibit on the history of the General Store.

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