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Photo, taken in 1937, submitted with certification application to the Arkansas Board of Barber Examiners by John Kuykendall, age 32 in 1938. Kuykendall was first certified by the board in 1938 in Pine Bluff, Jefferson County, Arkansas. His last date of certification was 1966, same year as his death
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Photo submitted with certification application to the Arkansas Board of Barber Examiners by Horace W. Cotten, age 32 in 1942. Cotten was first certified by the board in 1942 in Magnolia, Columbia County, Arkansas. His last date of certification was 1943
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Photo submitted with certification application to the Arkansas Board of Barber Examiners by John F. (John Franklin) Golleher, age 21 in 1946. Golleher was first certified by the board in 1946 in Carlisle, Lonoke County, Arkansas. His last date of certification was 1995
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Photo submitted with certification application to the Arkansas Board of Barber Examiners by Victor Wells, age 62 in 1958. After letting his license lapse, Wells was recertified as a registered barber by the board in 1958 in Maysville, Benton County, Arkansas. His last date of certification was 1985
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Photo submitted with certification application to the Arkansas Board of Barber Examiners by Perry William Stumpf, age 40 in 1938. Stumpf applied for board certification in 1938 in El Dorado, Union County, Arkansas
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Tom (Thomas) Allen was a member of the Arkansas House of Representatives from Monroe County. This photograph was taken in 1947 for the composite photograph of the Fifty-Sixth General Assembly, 1947
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Negative taken of trees standing and reflecting in the Saline River at Longview Crossing, Ashley County, Arkansas. The negative was more than likely taken in the 1940s
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Negative taken for November 4, 1962, Arkansas Gazette article "Carroll County's Two Courthouses," 5E:2. Carroll County has two courthouses, one at Eureka Springs, and the other at Berryville, Arkansas. Deane also took a negative of a parade occurring in one of these towns. This image shows the courthouse at Berryville
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Part of a group of negatives taken for September 18, 1962, Arkansas Gazette article "Interest in Art Blossoms in Rice, Duck Country," B1:3. Leonard Sherman of Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas, throws a pottery vase at the third annual Arkansas County Arts Festival in Stuttgart, Arkansas
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Part of a group of negatives taken of a bandstand located in Stephens, Ouachita County, Arkansas, on October 8, 1965