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Chalkley Beeson[edit]

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Please use the edit summary box[edit]

Welcome to Wikipedia, and thanks for your contributions! But please get into the habit of filling in the edit summary box. I had reverted your edit to Dodge City because the unexplained addition of Chalkey Beeson as a red link had the smell of some kid adding himself or his buddy as a joke. I reverted myself once I realized that he was a real, historical figure and that your edit was not vandalism. It might have saved some trouble if you'd explained your edit. And the next editor might not realize his mistake when reverting one of your edits. Thanks. --Kbh3rdtalk 01:03, 31 August 2007 (UTC)

Orphaned non-free image File:Karen-c-fox-headshot.jpg[edit]

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Replaceable fair use File:Karen-c-fox-headshot.jpg[edit]

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