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Lafayette, LA to Fayetteville, AR

Posted on Friday, March 9th, 2007.

IMG_0169 Close to their final day in Lafayette, Kamiliah Duggins and Andrew Wilson are visited by Eddie B. Mormon, an artist from Lake Charles who works with knives and brushes to paint– the facilitators hold up an original Mormon, a portrait of Gerald Ford. After getting a taste of Cajun and Creole culture, facilitators Susan Lee and Lena Richardson bid farewell to facilitators Duggins and Wilson, who have shown them some of that good Southern hospitality while they were shown the ropes around the booth.

Everything is packed and secured and the Storycorps Booth rolls out of Lafayette, Louisiana en route to Fayetteville, Arkansas, incidentally both cities named after Marquis de Lafayette.



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