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Dr. Ratliff discovers discovery of World Famed Adair Co. Picker

Eddie Kessler of Columbia, KY, has poster from the Adair County Drive-in for Beatles' Movie
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By Mike Ratliff

The world-famous Adair County Picker, Eddie Kessler, purchased the piece at an auction. He had it for sale on eBay when I saw it. Eddie was kind (thanks Eddie) and let me scan the item for use as a desktop picture on my office computer. I'm a huge Beatles fan, but much more interested in the music than memorabilia.

Given many readers may remember the advertised event, I thought I'd share my scan. I've also included a youtube link to the actual movie short being advertised. - Mike Ratliff, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Mathematics, Lindsey Wilson College






This story was posted on 2012-04-26 07:49:38
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Favorite old photo: Beatles were at Adair Drive in Movie Poster



2012-04-26 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Mike Ratliff.
The world-famous Adair County Picker, Eddie Kessler, purchased the piece at an auction. He had it for sale on eBay when I saw it. Eddie was kind (thanks Eddie) and let me scan the item for use as a desktop picture on my office computer. - Mike Ratliff

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