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For an archive of great Home content, including Treasure Hunting columns and Cheryl-Anne Millsap’s blog, access the information at no charge at

Get out of the house

Custer’s Fall Antique Collector’s Sale will be at the Spokane Fair and Expo Center, Friday through Sunday. For more information go to

Show and tell

We’d like to know what wonderful thing you found at the flea market or the antique mall. Or, if you’ve got a family heirloom that means a lot to you, we’d like to know about that as well.

If you’d like to be featured in our “Look What I Found” or “Look at my Treasure” page of the weekly Home section of The Spokesman-Review, contact me by mail, email by phone at (509) 459-5153. Leave a phone number where you can be reached, with a description of your treasure, and we’ll take it from there.

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