Boats, River Boats [Lipscomb on the Ouachita River, January 1962, View 3] [graphic] / Ernie Deane [photographer]. 1962.

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Deane, Ernie. Boats, River Boats [Lipscomb on the Ouachita River, January 1962, View 3] [graphic] / Ernie Deane [photographer].

Boats, River Boats [Lipscomb on the Ouachita River, January 1962, View 3] [graphic] / Ernie Deane [photographer]. 1962.

Negative taken for January 26, 1962, Arkansas Gazette article "Boat Ride on Ouachita Provides Thrills, Data," B1:2 and January 28, 1962, Arkansas Gazette article "The Ouachita - A River of Promise," E5:2. A trip on the Lipscomb (0211.5), the Corps of Engineers' motor vessel, along the Ouachita River in Arkansas.

1 negative : b&w ; 6 1/2 x 6 1/2 cm. (2 1/2 x 2 1/2 in.)

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Deane, Ernie

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Ernest Cecil "Ernie" Deane (1911-1991) was an Arkansas native, journalist, soldier, teacher, folklorist and historian. He is best known as the writer of the original Arkansas Traveler (1956-1965) newspaper column in the Arkansas Gazette for which most of the negatives in this collection were made. From the description of Markers and Monuments, Border Markers - Arkansas-Oklahoma line, Milepost #119 near Foreman, Arkansas, November, 1960 [View 1] [graphic] / Ernie Deane [photographer]....

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A study of the Herendeen Bay area coal seams was ordered by Brigadier General Lloyd E. Jones in 1942. The report was prepared by Lt. Richard H. Yost of the 151st Engineer Regiment. An examination of the area was made in 1943 by Lt. Col. C.W. Jeffers of the Quartermaster Corps and Robert S. Sanford of the Bureau of Mines; the report of their survey was prepared by George O. Gates in 1944. From the description of Herendeen Bay Coal Fields Reports, 1942-1944. (Unknown). WorldCat record ...

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