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Karen Kissiah | Cheraw ChronicleCars lined Market Street for several hours last Saturday morning for the estate auction of Brown's Gift Shop. The shop, owned and operated by Lores Brown Baker for more than 50 years, was a favorite place for residents to shop and socialize. No one could make a present look more exciting, with her rows of brightly colored ribbons, than “Miss Lores.”
Karen Kissiah | Cheraw ChronicleCars lined Market Street for several hours last Saturday morning for the estate auction of Brown's Gift Shop. The shop, owned and operated by Lores Brown Baker for more than 50 years, was a favorite place for residents to shop and socialize. No one could make a present look more exciting, with her rows of brightly colored ribbons, than “Miss Lores.”
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Karen Kissiah | Cheraw Chronicle


Cars lined Market Street for several hours last Saturday morning for the estate auction of Brown’s Gift Shop. The shop, owned and operated by Lores Brown Baker for more than 50 years, was a favorite place for residents to shop and socialize. No one could make a present look more exciting, with her rows of brightly colored ribbons, than “Miss Lores.”


Karen Kissiah


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