"We went to great lengths to identify these people," Hensley said. "Arty Barkley who was an engineer was particularly helpful. He started out as a teenager on the Cass Railroad about the time the mill shut down. I got this picture of the majorettes and I was able to identify every majorette and that is the kind of detail that we got. I am proud that we did that. We were able to virtually identify every single person in the book."
"A lot of these pictures have never been seen before but I knew pictures that I wanted and how I wanted to present them and maybe that delayed it but I think the end result was worth it," Hensley said. "We didn't quite make it for May like we wanted, but in doing that we were able to include some things from the anniversary."