Star Tobacco House

View of North Main Street between Fifth and Sixth Streets. The Star Tobacco Warehouse can be seen at left. This warehouse was later known as the Farmers’ Tobacco Warehouse.

Star Tobacco House
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View of North Main Street between Fifth and Sixth Streets. Fotoprint. Digital Forsyth, Forsyth County Public Library.

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I so miss the smell of going into downtown Winston-Salem answering the tobacco is so smell like home we were tobacco Farmers for most of my life along with being Dairy Farmers I have smoked since I was 9 years old I'm so tired of people trying to put our tobacco down they don't do anything about liquor marijuana or anything like that actually they have legalized marijuana in many states how many times have you seen anyone smoke a cigarette and go out and kill a child have car wrecks so many things happen when you get high I have never had anything happened to me and I smoked a cigarette except for total satisfaction I don't know who to contact or what to do to speak up for tobacco. but if there's anything that I could do to help. I have heard so much and seen so much of people sewingRJ Reynolds if it wasn't for rj Reynolds there would be no North Carolina well if anyone can tell me who I could speak to to speak up for tobacco please let me know thank you for reading.

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