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The Hair Story
by Henry Hudson
Known since biblical times as the second oldest profession, barbering has long been a noble and well-respected influence on the everyday lives of the people in the community. The local barbershop was where men would congregate to learn the news of the day, to share information, and to discuss everything from their jobs to their families.
Having been a member of this profession himself for nearly half a century, Henry Hudson is a firm believer in the adage "Cleanliness is next to Godliness," and it is his learned opinion that in particular this relates to care of the hair, scalp, and face in order to become closer to our Maker and be ready to greet him when he returns.About the Author
A native of Florida, Henry Hudson was educated in hair care at the Turpin School in Richmond, Virginia. He then moved to New York City, where he furthered his education in both cosmetology and dermatology, performed research work, and later set up his own shop. Today you will find him operating "Ebony and Ivory" in Beaufort (by the sea), South Carolina.(2004, paperback, 46 pages)