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for The State Vol. 57 Issue 6, Nov 1989
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Dr. Isaac F. Harris of Chapel Hill was the first, and from 1919 to 1929, the only commercial manufacturer of vitamins in the country. When he retired in 1942, his company, Harris Laboratories, Inc. in Tuckahoe, N.Y., had annual sales of over $100 million.
William Bake of Boone was not born in the South, nor did he have formal training in photography. Nevertheless, he has been called the Andrew Wyeth of photography and the foremost photographer of southern landscapes.