Lauch Faircloth, right, pinches the suit of Jesse Helms, left, while telling a story to those in attendance at the North Carolina Republican Party’s 2003 Hall Of Fame Banquet at the Embassy Suites hotel in Cary.
Lauch Faircloth, right, pinches the suit of Jesse Helms, left, while telling a story to those in attendance at the North Carolina Republican Party’s 2003 Hall Of Fame Banquet at the Embassy Suites hotel in Cary. john l. white john l. white
Lauch Faircloth, right, pinches the suit of Jesse Helms, left, while telling a story to those in attendance at the North Carolina Republican Party’s 2003 Hall Of Fame Banquet at the Embassy Suites hotel in Cary. john l. white john l. white

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August 04, 2017 03:05 PM

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