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  • Mickey

    cigarette machines- these were in the lobby or front door of every restaurant, hotel and bar. Put in 50 cents and a dime and nickel were in paper wrapped around cigarette pack. Got your change.

  • Joan Marie

    cigarette machines- I remember these... most of the restaurants and I think even the bowling alley and laundry mats and grocery stores had them. .50 a pack

  • Karen Brock Hill

    cigarette machine. I remember when they cost 35 cents because that's when I quit smoking. they cost too much.

  • Suzanne Robbins

    cigarette machines- these were in the lobby or front door of every restaurant, hotel, bar and college dorm.

  • sheryl smith

    Cigarette machines - in the lobby or front door of every restaurant, hotel, grocery store, etc..

  • Courtney Williams

    cigarette machine, I remember it was fun pulling the knobs

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