You could pick up a copy of the History of Lucky Strike. This website, devoted to piecing together all the scraps left behind by the author's mother-in-law, quotes the last page of the book:

With the smoke of a Lucky Strike curling upward, a man can dream of Pocahontas in her garden at Varina, of settlers farming with holstered pistols on the handles of their ploughs,of early craftsmen at work upon the first rude blends, of Nicot teaching the courtiers of Catherine de Medici the pleasures of the Indian plant--and then of countless men whose art and labor improved the leaf until it became the greatest solace of a troubled world.