The signature of James A. Baker III is printed on millions of currency notes produced while he was secretary of the treasury. So when Baker attempted to purchase something from Tanglewood Pharmacy in 1996, owner Jim Maxfield thought it would be neat to have him sign the cash for real. "Well, I'm not sending this one to the bank," Maxfield thought. Baker's autographed $100 bill led to Maxfield's habit of acquiring items from his famous to nearly famous clientele who live in the drugstore's affluent neighborhood; the resulting... More >>>