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'I still stoop for a penny': How a banker saved Bramwell during Route 52 development

Summary by Ground News
Edward S. Baker came to Bramwell from Greenbrier County when the town was in its infancy. Hired as principal of the new school in 1894, he moved at a fast pace to become a key player in the local banking business. Baker was well-known in southern West Virginia and easily won election to the state House of Delegates in 1904.
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