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If houses could talk, that might be what this house would say.  It is located right across the street from the Judsonia Arkansas mansion that survived the 1952 tornado.  We have featured the mansion several times in blogs with the latest perhaps being this one.  First, let's review the after-the-...
I's just a standing there waitin' for my barbeque which I'd ordered at the window of Barb's Barbeque in Searcy Arkansas on West Pleasure Street. I glanced to the side and there just ahangin' on the wall was this bag of water.  Just a bag o' water! Well, this is just a really old and popular littl...
Here's a very interesting picture of a restaurant that was located in the small town of McRae Arkansas, about 8 miles from Searcy Arkansas.  I hope someone from McRae will find it and buy it.  Do any of you remember it? Here's the back side of the post card and I wish we could see the inside!  Or...
Reviewing some delightful pictures that I took last year of our famous "oldest documented church in Arkansas" I found another example of what I had never heard of until a few days ago when I put up a blog about a house in West Point Arkansas that was built in 1883 and had this stuff on the top of...
I chided Ms Anita Hart Fuller when she said she used to borrow the family car and drive it with the odometer disconnected and the parents never knew what she'd done. I said, "Anita, there was no such thing done way back then!  What kid would know how to disconnect a speed-ometer?" She has sent me...
This picture showed up in our Multiple Listing Service.  It grabs your attention, doesn't it? The information given indicates that it was built in 1883!  The house also overlooks the river in a small town near Searcy.  Sleuths love puzzles so I will not tell where it is right now.  Here's another...
The blog that I wrote earlier about the houses being older as the trees gets bigger proved to be true again.   I thought I was brilliant when I figured out that as the trees grow, the houses around the trees become older.  Look at our subdivisions.  When they started out, most were treeless, but ...
White County folks are in love with the mansion in Judsonia that survived the 1952 tornado that did such massive damage and caused so many deaths.  Several blogs have been done with the latest one being OMG! It's for sale! We got to tour the mansion because it was on the tour of homes.  Here's a ...

Barbara S.Duncan

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