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This blogger is an Elvis impersonator (Well, he used to be...) and a true wit with his writings.  I seldom reblog but I think all of us will like the humor and the truth in this blog that he did.  Personally, I remember sending kids out to play and never worrying much about them.  Now we'd be afr...
Here's a rediscovered photograph of a house that used to be on East Race Street in Searcy Arkansas.  It was loaned to me by Dorothy Yarnell Warden, our historical oracle, and she tells us that it was built probably around the 1920's by R. A. Neelly, a relative of hers.  It replaced the cottage t...
We did another blog once arguing about how one house can not have turned into "this" house and I lost the argument.  Here we have another interesting situation.  Our Searcy history oracle, Dorothy Yarnell Warden, loaned me this picture of herself in the front yard of her house which was on Race S...
Cruising through Bald Knob Arkansas, which I have to do quite often because of properties for sale, I always delight in driving past this house. Last week I drove by it and snapped a picture.  It made me wish we had been able to keep more of the mansions that were in Searcy Arkansas and have been...
The Deener House always led to confusion on my part because I had heard the term used a lot and I didn't know exactly what they referred to. Some said the Old Deener House.  Well.....does that mean the Deener was old or the house was old? Anita, my blogging friend, says that this is the Deener ho...
This story was in the Arkansas Democrat Gazette today, Mar 2 2010.  I always love a good ghost story and this one comes close to topping most of the ones I've heard.  I've been into the lobby of the Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs Arkansas but haven't had the courage to spend the night.  Plan t...
On the front page of our Searcy Daily Citizen today was this picture of a kindly gentleman holding a cage with a lovely squirrel.  The newspaper took liberty and called the squirrel a furry fiend!  Imagine!  A furry fiend! I looked closely and feel pretty sure it is my godson Nutsy, the Washingto...

Barbara S. Duncan

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