Negative taken for March 7, 1962, Arkansas Gazette article "Cooper Twins, Start 97th Year Bright, Chipper," B1:3. Alice Smith and Emma Snow are twins celebrating their 96th birthday. The twins live in Greenbrier, Faulkner County, Arkansas.
Part of a group of negatives taken for October 27, 1963, Arkansas Gazette article "Harvest Time in Cotton Country," E5:2. Cotton harvesting on the Cornerstone Farm and Gin Company (0317.05), in the Arkansas River Valley near Cornerstone, Jefferson County, Arkansas. The company is overseen by W.O. Pearcy. Deane visited modern mechanical cotton harvesting and hand-picking (0317.04).
One of a group of negatives taken for February 27, 1959, Arkansas Gazette article "Pear Trees to Adorn Arkansas City," B1:3 and for November 22, 1960, Arkansas Gazette article "Historic River Port is Making a Comeback, " B1:2. The Desha County Courthouse is located in Arkansas City, Arkansas (1655.03, 1655.07, 1655.08, 1655.12). Desha County Judge J.L. Erwin and Verna Reilzammer, postmaster at Arkansas City, Desha County, Arkansas, inspect one of many pear trees planted around the courthouse grounds (1655.12). As part of a beautification project, 1,001 pear trees were planted on the grounds and for a five-mile stretch along Arkansas State Highway 4. The United States Post Office, one of many buildings located on Main Street, faces the Desha County Courthouse (1655.01, 1655.02, 1655.04, 1655.06, 1655.09). The Arkansas City Museum has a large turning piece of metal machinery and a gas lamp displayed in the front yard. Items of historic importance are displayed inside. Judge J.L. Erwin ... Read More
Copy negative taken for September 29, 1960, Arkansas Gazette article "Scenes of Bygone Era Preserved in Card Collection," B1:2. Copy negatives taken from historic postcards of Arkansas scenes, dated between 1900 to 1920, from Mary Shreve's collection in Benton, Saline County, Arkansas. Downtown Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas, Pfeifer's is on the left. Houck is on the right. Carriages and two streetcars are in the street.
Copy negative taken of Colonel T.H. Barton by Rus Arnold. Lion Oil furnished the original photograph for Deane to make a copy negative. Deane more than likely took this negative during his career with the Arkansas Gazette.
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