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VINTAGRAPH • WPA • WWII • CRUISE THE GREAT LAKES, 1930s

A Night at the Round Table: 1967

A Night at the Round Table: 1967

1967. Susie and Oliver Baugher relaxing in their Waynesboro, Virginia, home. Their house was genuine mid-century modern but their style and grace were from another era. The perfect hosts, they always made you feel good about yourself (style and grace Rule 1). Susie lived to be 100. View full size.

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Yes, one and the same.

It's great to see your comment. Friends and people in the business called him C.O. I remember the Chevy that was completely covered in license plates. And yes, it was probably another one of his marketing tools that led to a sale!

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House Beautiful ("1001 Drapery Ideas").

I knew Mr. Baugher

Is this gentleman also known as Claude Baugher, the Chevrolet dealer? Everybody called him "CO". Maybe Oliver was his brother? I knew C.O. in the mid to late 60's and visited in Waynesboro. C.O. collected early Virginia license plates and had them plastered all over the exterior of a 1967 Chevy in order to attract attention to his hobby (which I shared, and still do). It probably also sold a car or two!

 
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