Memorabilia Mania
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Memorabilia Mania

It started with a few jerseys. But now, Samu Querishi and Valerie Grissom consider their home an unofficial Redskins museum, jampacked with what might be the largest-ever collection of team memorabilia. Megan Rossman/The Washington Post

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