Three of the John C. Campbell Folk School's Brasstown Carvers are shown here demonstrating for at the 1953 Craftsman's Fair. The photograph verso identifies the carvers from left to right as Mrs. Sue Reese, Mr. A. Ben Hall, and Jack Hall; but there is some question as to whether or not the carver is actually Jack Hall. Carving examples and samples of various woods are on display on the table in front of the carvers. The fiddler on the right is Marcus Martin, who was also a carver and instrument maker. The Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual booth is in the background; this Cherokee booth can also be seen in SHCG_PhoCF6_10_145. The photograph was taken by Edward L. Dupuy at the 1953 Craftsman's Fair of the Southern Highlands in Asheville, North Carolina.