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  • Tags: Edward George Rabil, Jr.

A telegram sent by Ed Rabil to Cecil Mae Bradley, who he eventually married. The telegraph, sent via Western Union from Chapel Hill to Smithfield, apologizes for Ed's absence due to class.
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A short article from the Smithfield Herald about Edward George Rabil, Jr., who gave away five gallons of gasoline during a local baseball game.
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A typewritten letter from the Smithfield Chamber of Commerce requesting feedback with responding handwritten notes from Ed Rabil, Jr. The original letter was sent on January 7, 1950; Ed Rabil's reply is undated.
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A photograph of Edward Rabil with his future wife Cecil Bradley Rabil.
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A photograph of Edward George Rabil, Jr., and an unidentified man, dressed in a uniform for UNC football and posing on the field.
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A photograph of Edward Rabil, Jr. on the football field. Rabil played for UNC-Chapel Hill in the 1940s.
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A portrait of Edward Rabil Sr., (far left), his wife Mary Farfour Rabil (far right), Edward Rabil, Jr. (sitting, center), with three unidentified individuals.
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A photograph of Edward Rabil, Jr. on the football field. Rabil played for UNC-Chapel Hill in the 1940s.
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