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2008 

  What do you do when you look under the table and see these???  They are attached to one red-eyed slug who has been out playing golf with his buddies all afternoon and has come home sniffing for food.  I can't identify the owner for fear of retaliation but you can guess if you'd like. The line u...
Posted almost 6 years ago
    Everyone was there!  His friends, his relatives, his associates from the Historical Society where he has served on the Board as Treasurer for so many years.  He is now an honorary Lifetime Member of the White County Historical Society. He stood in the entry of his daughter's house and greeted...
Posted almost 6 years ago
We have this condo under contract now!  This Saturday will be a big day for the sellers because they'll be getting rid of a lot of family treasures.  No family member has room to hold everything so most of the household items, antiques, furniture, etc., will be sold.  If you want to see some of t...
Posted almost 6 years ago
    Another picture of the old days in Searcy, White County Arkansas.  I really love this one.  The ladies all have on hats and are dresssed just as alike as the girls dress today.  I can assure you everyone had on some sort of hose.  And they had on sensible shoes, no needle pointed spikes that ...
Posted almost 6 years ago
My friends have given me permission to use this old photo of a young boy and his tractor.  It has to be a very unique one and if any of you guys can identify it let us know.  I just asked my husband what he thought it was and he said he thinks it was an old garden type tractor, small so you could...
Posted almost 6 years ago
      You should see the wood in this house.  It was built in 1960 by a wealthy family in Searcy AR who owned and operated a flooring or lumber mill.  They made oak flooring that was about 3/4 inch thick.  Architect Norris Sparks designed their house and we still have the blueprints.  It is place...
Posted almost 6 years ago
What an extreme pleasure to put a big SOLD sign across this property that I blogged about about a month ago.  Selling agents were great to work with, buyers were nice and the owners of the house kept it super nice for showing.  And it only took one or two showings to get it sold.  Thanks to my lo...
Posted almost 6 years ago
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I'm fortunate to have a friend who has supplied me with lots of photos of Searcy Arkansas's history.  This, I believe, is her dad standing beside his Esso truck.  Note the lettering on the side of the truck.  Searcy Arkansas is a progressive city of approximately 20,000 people and serves as the ...
Posted almost 6 years ago
  Interesting photo of an old filling station, I assume.  Or it could be an old filling station turned into a place to store collectibles.  Once again, my friend Anita may have to explain this picture.  Her dad was an Esso man in Searcy AR, White County AR.  Searcy AR is a progressive city of ap...
Posted almost 6 years ago
Look at these eager children!  This is a photo made in front of Searcy High School, the old one that burned down.  Once again, correct me in comments if I am wrong.  This photo was provided by my friend Anita.  Searcy AR is a progressive city of approximately 20,000 residents.  I don't know any ...
Posted almost 6 years ago
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Barbara S. Duncan

CRS, GRI, e-PRO, Searcy AR
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