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Minnetrista Man Preserves His Family's 97-Year History Of Milk Deliveries

4 monthes ago   |   By CBS

MINNEAPOLIS - Got milk? There was a time when the milkman was as common as the mail carrier. And a Minnetrista man is going all-out to make sure people never forget that.
In this week's Finding Minnesota, John Lauritsen shows us how Bill Ewald single-handedly preserved his family's 97-year history of milk deliveries.
It seems like a relatively new concept: getting groceries and other knick-knacks delivered right to your front door. But long before Amazon and Target Shipt, there were the Ewald Brothers.
“We would bring it right to your home and install it in your refrigerator if you...
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