June 25, 2012 | The Joplin Globe
Jack Randall thought his barbershop in the 2300 block of South Main Street would have been indestructible in a storm.
“It was built in 1920. It was concrete block. I thought it was a fortress,’’ he said. “We would have been killed had we been there.’’
Randall’s barbershop was like no other in Joplin. He had accumulated 50 years worth of stuff, most of which had been given to him by loyal customers over the years. With its mounted deer antlers and fish on the walls, visiting the shop was like taking a trip back in time. Click link below to read entire article…View original article »
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