Mildred “Skeet” Brown in her Rock Hill hair salon in 2001 after her license had been suspended. The law for experienced hairdressers was changed in 2002 because of an outcry over Brown losing her license.
Mildred “Skeet” Brown in her Rock Hill hair salon in 2001 after her license had been suspended. The law for experienced hairdressers was changed in 2002 because of an outcry over Brown losing her license. File, Andy Burriss, The Herald
Mildred “Skeet” Brown in her Rock Hill hair salon in 2001 after her license had been suspended. The law for experienced hairdressers was changed in 2002 because of an outcry over Brown losing her license. File, Andy Burriss, The Herald

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