As of Tuesday, November 8, 2011
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Gwinnett Daily Post
MORELAND — Authorities say a collection of Lewis Grizzard memorabilia has been relocated to the Moreland Mill, where it will be incorporated into a growing exhibit of artifacts from the life of the former newspaper columnist and author.
The Times-Herald of Newnan reports (http://bit.ly/uutl3K) that the artifacts are being moved to the mill from an old service station in the Georgia town which had served as the Lewis Grizzard Memorial Museum.
The famed storyteller, who died in 1994, spent much of his life in Moreland.
The Moreland Mill, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, began as a general store and expanded into a complex that was once a hosiery mill.
Moreland is about 45 miles southwest of Atlanta.
Information from: The Times-Herald, http://www.times-herald.com