I recently read in The Transylvania Times (the
paper of record for Brevard) that past issues have been
digitized up through early 1975 and are
available online. Way cool! So I picked an arbitrary issue to look through,
January 9TH, 1975 and learned a bit of the history of the bed and breakfast we stay
in, and some ads for movies I've never heard of but it was page 14 that left
me speechless—it was an add for printing jobs done by the Transylvania
We Print Anything But Money—
But Our Presss Has Even Proved Itself Capable Of Doing That!
The Transylvania Times. (Brevard N.C.) 1931-current, January 09, 1975,
SECTION A, Page 14, Image 14 · North Carolina Newspapers
It left me speechless, but only because I was laughing so hard.
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