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Charles Snow Harris spoke from his heart

Former editor of Adair Co. News remembered Adair even after becoming Mississippi State legislator

Beth Grant writes:
It was with great pleasure I read this letter from my great-grandfather, Charles Snow Harris. In typical Harris fashion, he spoke from his heart. The members of the Harris family have many treasures such as this, including some of the early newspapers. I heard many stories during my childhood of some of the exploits of their children. He had a great fondness for Adair County, even after he became a legislator for the state of Mississippi. -Beth Grant
Comments above re article 41488: JIM recalls outlook of editor Charles S. HarrisFormer editor of Adair Co. News remembered Adair even after becoming Mississippi State legislator

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