In August of 2010 a poster with the handle GeorgeD made a post on the Full Count Forum that caught the attention of collectors everywhere:
"I have a Louis Lowdermilk Red Cross as well as 6 other Red Cross brown background cards."
Lowdermilk is already the rarest card in the T207 set, but to find one with a scarce Red Cross back would seem almost impossible. Of course everyone wanted to see scans and George was able to produce them. George went on to explain that he was 81 years old and from Baton Rouge, LA. He said that the cards had belonged to his uncle who died in 1936. George found the cards in his grandmother's attic around 1940 and later came across them in his mother's attic after she died in 1992.
There were 94 cards in the "Louisiana Find" that included: forty-six T207, all rare cards in the set, including eight with Red Cross backs; thirty T215-1 Red Cross; four T215-2 Red Cross; eleven T213-2 Coupon; and three E105 Mello Mints.
Here is one of the original scans from the Full Count Forum thread: