For decades, ten of thousands of workers walked in to the American Tobacco Company in Durham each day. This is the story of one of those who stayed the longest. Annie Lou Andrews is 92 years old. She is the second woman to work in a supervisory role at American Tobacco. She says her first day in leadership, you could feel the tension; the office was quiet enough to hear a pin drop. "I thought, 'uh-oh,'" she says. She spoke with Phoebe Judge.