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This Week in Forsyth County History: Oct. 9-15
A series presented by Gracemont Senior Living
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Oct. 15, 1965: While most mail comes electronically now, in 1964 the city of Cumming was beginning mail delivery service. The story notes that patrons must have mailboxes for vehicle delivery or door slots if on the walking route.

Do you remember what happened in your community 20 years ago? How about 40? Or have you moved to Forsyth County since then and are curious to know what made the headlines in the 1960s or ‘20s?

Will seeing a front page from even two years ago make you wonder where the time has gone?

One thing is sure: We no longer accept livestock or groceries as payment for subscriptions like we did in 1927.

In this installment of This Week in Forsyth County History, a bi-monthly series presented by Gracemont Senior Living, we give you a flashback of Forsyth County through the years.

Do you have photos from the long- or recent-past or ideas of events we should look for? Submit photos and memories to editor@forsythnews.com.