The boyhood home of Johnny Cash in Dyess, Arkansas has been the subject of restoration efforts for some time, and now, according to Arkansas State University - an institution instrumental in the preservation process - the job is nearing completion.
"The restoration of the Johnny Cash boyhood home is nearing completion and is beginning to look like the original home," said a rep for ASU.
"With the valuable help of Johnny Cash's brother, Tommy, and his sister Joanne, we are now working to provide the necessary furnishings to the home to make it look like it did when the Cash family lived in itm" the rep added.
The Man in Black was but a child of three when his parents moved into the house on 20 acres of farmland.
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