One of the most personal pieces we have in the World of
In the World of
In that exhibit for WWII, we have a few of the many letters soldiers wrote home, talking about how drinking was a reminder of home and what they were missing. One of the letters we have on display is from the father of a collector -- Spencer Combs, father of Bill Combs.
This video was filmed with Bill at the World of
Bill let us put this letter and his dad’s photo in the display. It’s a great example of the connection between Coke and the people who love it.
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