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[[caption]] A key in the development of R.J. Reynolds' cigarette brands is the kind of research analysis performed by Brenda Hodge, associate research chemist. [[/caption]]

[[caption]] R.J. Reynolds' More cigarettes are a regular participant in the Ebony Fashion Fair show, which annually tours coast to coast to give thousands a glimpse of the latest designer trends in clothing. Fashion Fair model Hermon Brooks (right) represents More. [[/caption]]

[[caption]] Colin Stokes (center), chairman and chief executive officer of R.J. Reynolds Industries, Inc., receives an award from Dr. Carlton Goodlet, president, National Newspaper Publishers Association, for Reynolds Industries' scholarship program for black journalism students. At the Washington, D.C., presentation, Stokes announced that the program would be extended to include 20 additional students in a second seven-year phase. Seated at right is Thurgood Marshall, associate justice, United States Supreme Court. [[/caption]]

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