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The American Legion Hut on Race Street in Searcy AR was built in 1934.  Native stone was used.  From the front it looks like a little tiny building but evidently it stretches back a long way. I wrote a blog about it a few weeks ago.  I had a picture and gave a little about its history. I said in ...
Yesterday's blog had views of Harding College in 1948 (now Harding University).  Here are a few more views that were in the yearbook followed by the aerial view again.  See if you can find the buildings on the aerial view if you'd like.  The pictures show a great love of shade trees and prior to ...
A Harding College (now Harding University) yearbook from 1948 has been rediscovered and I'm borrowing some pictures for this blog.  First is an aerial view of the school.  For fun perhaps you can find the following structures in the aerial view.  I graduated from Harding with a degree in Art so I...
I bought this card on ebay because it brought back memories. This could have been me in this picture because as a young girl growing up in South Georgia I did this very same thing.  Tobacco was a big crop.  Men went to the fields with mules and sleds and brought in the tobacco leaves, laid them ...
How'd I get across town so fast!!!????  Am I losing my mind???? I was just driving along Beebe Capps Expressway, having turned onto it from Country Club Road. And I almost lost it!!  There was a brand new Taco Bell just sitting there with all the signs up and looking as if it had been there for y...
I've done two blogs with Stott's Drug store featured.  The drug store has been in Searcy at the same location for many years.  Going inside is also interesting because they have collectibles from the drug business all over the top shelf in the store. They have recently remodeled the front to make...
Note this lovely old house. It's well maintained, brings back memories from a long time ago when folks sat on the porch. Now look at the house from a little further back. What do you see?  Yep!  Apartments.  The property was bought by a very popular builder in Searcy AR back in the late 80's or e...
Don't you love old pictures?  The black and white ones from way back just put me in a wondering mood.  Wonder how cold it was because this truck has chains.  We never use chains in the south, do we? Wonder if it was Christmas because looks as if each child has a toy. Wonder what kind of truck thi...
The cows above are exploring a burned barn that once housed their food.  I used it in a blog a few years ago. My husband comes from a cow-loving family.  The cattle farm that once seemed out in the country is now within city limits and the cows could be considered city slickers.  Throughout the ...
The kids in 1976 did a great job of selling ads for the Searcy High School yearbook.  They took lots of pictures and here's one.  It was located at 209 Mulberry and the ad said "Manufacturer of Poultry Chows. Distributor for Dairy and Cattle Chows."  Phone 268 5355.  Ralston Purina Co. This build...

Barbara S. Duncan

GRI, e-PRO, Executive Broker, Searcy AR
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