The Oxford American

Season 2009 Episode 10.06.09

SoLost: Carmichael's Store

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SoLost: Carmichael's Store
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The Carmichael general store near Utica, Mississippi was opened in 1898 and run by three generations of Carmichael men until its closing in 2005. W.D Carmichael founded it in 1898; his son D.A. ran it from 1918-1945, and his son Harris Carmichael took it over and operated it for sixty years until his passing in 2005. A genuine time capsule, the decaying country store still draws the curiosity of passers-by and the affection of former customers years later. Harris Carmichael's devoted widow Marian still lives in their home next door and is known to give a tour every so often? Producer / Director: Dave Anderson Photography Editing and Postproduction: Jonathan Childs Motion Graphics: TJ McCoy Music: Westrex Executive Producer: Warwick Sabin SoLost is an Oxford American production. (c) 2009 The Oxford American Literary Projectmoreless
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