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I have received several responses to my article "Treasures in a coffee can" that was printed in last Sunday's Coastal Courier. Thanks to each of you that responded.
Tom DeLoach recognized the people in the photographs and e-mailed Lynn Lufburrow Cress, who now lives in Henderson, N.C.
Lynn's response: "Those pictures are my family. My father, Burley B. Lufburrow, raised and trained German short-haired pointers. He is the younger man in the picture with the gun. The dogs in the pictures were Poker and Jeb. The older gentleman is my grandfather, Burley Matthew Lufburrow, who was Georgia's first state forester. The lady in the car is my mother, Carolyn Lufburrow, who retired from the Liberty County Health Department. Some of the pictures were taken on Fort Stewart and some at our homeplace in Oliver, Ga. The pictures were made around 1947. I do not know what kind of Ford car it was."
I appreciate all who share their bits and pieces of history with me so I, in turn, can share it with all the Liberty Lore readers.

Margie D. Love
Liberty Lore columnist

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