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Portrait of a Noble Soul
This photograph is of an elderly man seated outside of Hixon's studio. The man is purportedly a former KC Star newspaper vendor. He appears worn with disheveled hair imprinted by a hat once worn, long wiry beard, and deeply wrinkled hands. He also appears to be resting for a moment as he has closed his eyes and propped his chin on his chest. One can presume the number of stories and knowledge he has garnished over time which may explicate his worn disposition, but one can expect none less than a wealth of wisdom to accompany it too.
Storage Room 303
This is a sepia-toned photograph of a bearded elderly man who is seated and resting.
James R. and Joyce A. Finely and Charles David and Linda Hixon
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