ATLANTA — There was a time when family-owned stores were as vital to small towns in the South as the Baptist church.

Early-20th-century peddlers, often immigrants, built general stores that were community centers or multistore businesses they passed down through generations. This was a time when several small town retailers coexisted and flourished.

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