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Look at this lovely table!  It is old, solid wood, heavy and able to withstand almost anything!  And the next picture shows a closeup of the table and gives a little view of the 4 chairs that match it.  This table brings back memories.  Many years ago ( let's guess 50 years or so) the thing was t...
JUST REMEMBERING....Thumbing through the 1978 Harding yearbook brings up another interesting picture about how things used to be.  We used to sew a lot!  We women had sewing machines.  We had a special place set up for that sewing maching and we made our own clothes, our kids clothes, and we visi...
I don't remember where I found this really cool display for men's pajamas.  Just look at this good looking man advertising men's pajamas.  At first I thought it said Fleetway but these pictures reveal Pleetway, the Worlds's Most Comfortable Pajamas.  This must have stood on the counter top of a s...
Here's a snapshot of the framed print of an older house that was in Searcy AR.  It is gone now and I am wondering how many folks in Searcy might remember the house.  This print was done by Arni Anderson, an artist who attended Harding.  It is dated '74.  Arni is still an active artist and lives i...
This first picture is the front of a strange scrapbook.  It did look better before I started scratching around on it and found that the glue was old and not as secure so the front came up, ragged as you see.  Someone had started a scrapbook and used an old (Oct. 1929) American Magazine for its ba...
"The way we were" was evidently a feature that was run by the Searcy Daily Citizen many years ago.  How do I know that?  Because I was just going through old things and stumbled upon a bag full of Citizen clippings that I'd forgotten we had.  The papers and clippings were saved by my now deceased...
J Collison, established in 1896While in downtown Bald Knob AR a few days ago I noticed the almost empty windows of the J Collison store.  There was a sign saying something like 75% off so I went in.  The store is almost empty but the remaining items were interesting,  but most interesting to me w...

Barbara S. Duncan

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