Just when you think America’s attics and closets have surrendered all of the treasures they hold comes another story of discovery.
A recent trip to Jacksonville, Fla., was supposed to be a one-week stop.
It went into overtime.
Apparently, northeastern Florida is a happy hunting ground. Stinson met with folks who told him–and showed him–some valuable older autographs and collections, many of which he is taking home with him.
The Jacksonville Times-Union caught up to him to talk about all kinds of autographs and exactly what was walking in the door.