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[Facsimile of Junebug Clark The Early Years scrapbook]

Description: From Junebug Clark's introduction: "This scrapbook of the early work of Junebug Clark, was put together by Bernice Clark, my mother, and preserved by my wife, Kay Clark. The original is getting a little bit fragile and delicate so in order for you to take a gander at it, this document was created. I hope that you will have the time to set a spell and go through the pictures and stories within. It is a little bit embarrassing and unbeliveable for me to look at but after undertaking this project I have reconnected with some long lost friends and have come to realize that photography has been a big part of my life and the best part of my life. It was my start and I am forever grateful to the people named on this cover page and included in The Early Years."
Date: 1950/1962
Creator: Clark, Junebug
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Clipping: Cartoon]

Description: Newspaper cartoon clipping of a man pointing to a gun on the wall while saying to another man, "Yep, every notch in thet gun means a daughter married off!"
Date: unknown
Creator: Fuller, Ralph
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Dog gets custom boot for disabled foot made by Bill Myres]

Description: Newspaper clipping that talks about the stray Springer Spaniel that came to the shelter with a maimed paw. Due to this handicap, the dog apparently was self-conscious and refused to walk on the paw. To help him out, Bill Myres from the S.D. Myres Saddle Company outfitted the dog with a specialty boot that allows him to use all four paws. It took six sessions with the S.D. Myres Saddle Company to get the perfect fit for the boot - made out of genuine cowhide.
Date: unknown
Creator: Myres, Bill
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Bill Myres wearing Jack Thompson's Buscadero belt]

Description: Newspaper clipping that depicts Bill Myres in a brown suit wearing a Buscadero belt. The article that is under the picture talks about Sam Myres' longevity as a leather maker. His business is known to produce dependable and good quality items. Now that Sam Myres has passed, his son, Bill Myres, has taken over the business and continues to produce S.D. Myres Saddle Company products.
Date: June 2, 1957
Creator: Wilke, L. A.
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum
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