Posed photo of man in long-sleaved shirt and tie squating in an overgrown field and looking a the camera.
Floyd V. Studer was an explorer, promoter, civic leader, watchdog, and kingpin, a determined man whose impact on the study of Plains Village sites in the Texas Panhandle is hard to exaggerate. This publicity photo was probably taken around 1940. Panhandle-Plains Historical Society (PPHS) achives.
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