Pea Ridge Battlefield National Park - transfer of title ceremonies, March 7, 1960, at Pea Ridge gymnasium [Faubus with Bohlinger] [graphic] / Ernie Deane [photographer]. 1960.

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Deane, Ernie. Pea Ridge Battlefield National Park - transfer of title ceremonies, March 7, 1960, at Pea Ridge gymnasium [Faubus with Bohlinger] [graphic] / Ernie Deane [photographer].

Pea Ridge Battlefield National Park - transfer of title ceremonies, March 7, 1960, at Pea Ridge gymnasium [Faubus with Bohlinger] [graphic] / Ernie Deane [photographer]. 1960.

Negative taken for March 8, 1960, Arkansas Gazette article "U. S. Gets Deed to Pea Ridge," B1:4. On Monday, March 7, 1960, in the historic Elkhorn Tavern, Governor Orval Faubus handed the deed to the military park at Pea Ridge, Benton County, Arkansas, to Conrad L. Wirth, director of the National Park Service. The park is now named Pea Ridge National Military Park. PIctured is Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus on stage with Neill Bohlinger of Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas. The ceremony was held at the Pea Ridge gymnasium in Benton County, Arkansas.

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

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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]....