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(Studio) Small retail store in Washington, DC is about to follow demise of some of its famous customers, include Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, Doug. MacArthur and Joseph Stalin.
REPORTER: David Brinkley
(DC) Report on history and demise of Bertram's Pipe chop. Another famous patron was General George Patton. [MAN - has bought enough pipes to last a lifetime.] [2nd MAN - has to buy pipes for friend in Australia.] [Store manager Ed FOREMAN - notes increase in mass production, making hand-crafted pipes made by Bertram's too expensive. Is becoming harder and harder to get hand-crafted pipes.]
REPORTER: Ford Rowan
- Brinkley, David;
- Rowan, Ford
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