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My uncle William R. Brown owned a farm dealership, Glenville Tractor Sales, in Scotia NY from the late 1940's to sometime in the 1970's. It was located near Lock 9 on the Mohawk River. He also raised sweet corn, and my Aunt Anna ran a farm stand and antiques business from the same property. As a youngster I sometimes spent a couple of weeks with them in the summer and remember going with Uncle Bill on calls and demonstrations to many different farms. The mechanic in the shop was named Roy, but was called "Puffer" because he always had a cigarette in his mouth, and easily became winded. Uncle earned several sales awards and was always proud of his products.
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