Johnny Cash’s Childhood Home Added to National Register of Historic Places

Johnny Cash’s Childhood Home Added to National Register of Historic Places

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Johnny Cash‘s childhood home in rural Arkansas, where the Man of Black lived from boyhood to high school, was added to the National Register of Historic Places Friday. The residence will now bear the designation of “Farm No. 266, Johnny Cash Boyhood Home.”

Arkansas State University – which paid $575,000

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Johnny Cash’s Childhood Home Added to National Register of Historic Places

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