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Billy Joe Fudge remembers Arnold Coomer's 'air conditioning'

It was all about siting and sitting in just the right position to catch shade and inside breeze

Billy Joe Fudge writes:
I can never forget the double doors standing open during the Summer where I can still see Arnold sitting in a chair just enough inside to find the shade and close enough to the door to catch a passing breeze. --
Comments re photo 77063 Coomers Store How many years ago



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