The History of the SAU Research Station, Part 2

Photographs from 1968
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Old Main Building at Southern State College (now Southern Arkansas University) in 1968. This picture appears to have been taken before Dr. Schambach arrived…perhaps it was taken during a trip to negotiate the establishment of the Arkansas Archeological Survey (AAS) Station (see my previous post). Note the “A&M” on the building’s facade.

Drs. Ken Cole (left) and Frank Schambach (center) listen to Charles McGimsey at orientation for new AAS archeologists–July, 1968, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Frank Schambach checking office supply order at the Coordinating office of the AAS–July, 1968, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

 

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