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Object Name Letter
Object ID 2005.113.008
Summary Letter or telegram, to Frank Cochran and staff of Steele's Diner from Bill Lundy of Jamestown, NC, June 27, 1983. Typewritten on brown paper with a heavy border of red ink along right edge.

Transcription:
TO: FRANK AND THE CREW AT STEELE'S DINER
HIGH POINT, N.C.

FROM: BILL LUNDY
JAMESTOWN, NORTH CAROLINA

DATE: 06/27/83

SUBJECT: CLOSING OF THE BEST EATING ESTABLISHMENT ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER.
IT IS WITH A GREAT DEAL OF SADNESS THAT WE WITNESS THE HISTORIC CLOSING OF "STEELE'S". WE (THE HUNGRY PUBLIC) HAVE LOST OUR FAVORITE PLACE TO ENJOY THE BEST DAMN "BURGER" IN THE WORLD AND LISTEN TO ALL THOSE "TALES" IN THE MEANTIME. HOPEFULLY THE FRIENDSHIP WILL REMAIN EVEN THOS THE EATING STOPS.

GOOD LUCK TO ALL.

BILL LUNDY
STOP.

LD
Date June 27, 1983
People Cochran, Frank
Lundy, Bill
Search Terms Five Points
Steele's Diner
Credit Line Gift of Sandra Cochran
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