This 1881 Bible was discovered in a trash bin outside a house in the Florida Keys that had been sold for $1 million. Rescued from the trash, it was eventually returned to a North Carolina man whose grandmother wrote a family history in the pages, previously unknown to the family.
This 1881 Bible was discovered in a trash bin outside a house in the Florida Keys that had been sold for $1 million. Rescued from the trash, it was eventually returned to a North Carolina man whose grandmother wrote a family history in the pages, previously unknown to the family. Josh Shaffer Charlotte Observer
This 1881 Bible was discovered in a trash bin outside a house in the Florida Keys that had been sold for $1 million. Rescued from the trash, it was eventually returned to a North Carolina man whose grandmother wrote a family history in the pages, previously unknown to the family. Josh Shaffer Charlotte Observer

Bible from 1881 found in Florida Keys trash

March 29, 2017 01:24 PM

UPDATED March 29, 2017 01:24 PM

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