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Stop Signs Are Forever: When Uncle Sam gets one right

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Richard Toler lived at 515 Poplar St. in Cincinnati, during the summer of 1937 when a young white woman named Ruth Thompson knocked on his door. Toler was somewhere around 100 years old at that po…


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