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Full cotton bolls at sunset in Arkansas.
Barney Sellers was a photographer active in the Northeast Arkansas area from the 1950s until his death in 2012. Sellers primarily focused on vernacular structures, rural life, and agricultural settings in his work. When not shooting for newspapers, he often sold his pastoral setting prints at craft fairs stylized as "Barney's Barns."
Cotton; Cotton industry; Cotton plantations; Farm life; Farm produce; Farming; Farms; Sunrises & sunsets; Photographs; Photography; Agriculture
Barney Sellers Photograph Collection, MSNE.0083, Box 8
Barney Sellers collection, MSNE.0083
Arkansas State Archives
Northeast Arkansas Regional Archives
Cotton at sunset, Barney Sellers collection, Northeast Arkansas Regional Archives, Powhatan, Arkansas.
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