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New Jersey Couple Finds Only Known Baseball Signed By Henry Ford In Box Of Knickknacks

The first genuine baseball autographed by auto pioneer Henry Ford has surfaced. Its owners had kept in a box with old baseball equipment, skeleton keys, and an old mirror.
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