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Weathered barbershop has seen cuts of all kinds.

Byline: The Register-Guard

DROP BY FOR a trim. Bob Martin has owned the weathered old barber shop at 249 Main St. in Harrisburg since 1992 and is convinced that barbers have inhabited the building, in his words, "for darn near forever."

The building's exterior appearance would seem to reinforce Martin's claim and looks appropriate for a barbershop that has obviously weathered not only the elements but also many era-marking hairdos as well.

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TEXT AND PHOTOS BY MATT ANDERSON The Register-Guard
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Title Annotation:General News
Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Date:Dec 6, 2001
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