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Back about 100 years ago, St. Albans citizens did what must have been popular in those days — they buried a time capsule.

Time capsules have always intrigued me. Trouble is, unless it’s a stunning historical document, objects from life 100 years ago are probably going to be somewhat familiar to us now. Or their purpose can be deduced.

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Greg Stone covers business for the Gazette-Mail. He can be reached at 304-348-5124 or

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