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Published on Feb 11, 2010
Here's an old 45 that I found at the Salvation Army Thrift Store....for 20 cents...back around 1982. I've looked for Nashboro and other old gospel records off and on since then. I don't know very much about the Silver Bells gospel group, only to know that according to discographies of this label found on the internet, that it was recorded sometime in 1964. Do enjoy my video showcase of old paper ephemra that I've collected over the decades. You'll see a nice vintage "funeral home" style fan that would have been used in un-airconditioned churches at the time. And you will see a few old "Bible cards" that were given to children for Scripture lessons and memorization...all the way from back around 1895 or so! If you enjoy this video, do please rate it. And if you enjoy old times and history, do visit my website at www.carolinahistoryproject.com. It's mostly about old Carolina items that I've found at fleamarkets, yardsales, junk stores and backyard sheds over the years. That, and whatever kind of interest me. Thank you so much for taking the time to view this offering!