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Small schools did not have the funds to put out yearbooks.  At least that was my experience in a tiny school in Georgia.  They did, however, try to take a yearly picture of the classes.  My guess is that this picture was just that.....the yearly picture.  Boys must have been told to wear a tie an...
The invitation came through email, something that would never have been dreamed about when this house was built.  The house is called the Kerr-Booth house and is located at the corner of Pecan and Center at 611 W Center.  It is Queen Anne style and  was built in 1890.  So I drove up not in a hors...
I did a blog several years ago with this old postcard on the blog.  I had to ask the Searcy history experts where it was and they told me.  It is on the corner of Elm and Mulberry and we are now neighbors.  RE/MAX Advantage has moved to our brand new building at 200 W Mulberry and this little bui...
I love this little fellow and treasure this egg.  It is a painting on an egg, ostrich egg I think, and I bought it years ago at a now-forgotten fund raising event.  It was painted by Phyllis Alexander, Searcy AR artist with a tremendous following.When touring properties, I always express pleasure...
Remember Cabbage Patch Kids dolls?  We seem to have a toy craze every year and this picture was taken to show the 1983 before-Christmas craze.  I thought sure I'd recognize someone in the photograph but don't.  Perhaps some of you Searcy folks will recognize yourself. It would also be interesting...
What a great old picture salvaged from a December 30, 1983 newspaper in Searcy AR.  My real estate career has been long and began in 1979.  I remember the love that went into restoring this old house so that the Yancey-Quattlebaum real estate firm could operate from this location.  They took grea...
Driving through Searcy AR makes us feel proud that our city is being maintained and that old buildings are being used and made beautiful.  Passing this one at 219 W Market made me slam the brakes and stop and take a picture.  I loved the touches of green that have been added and the sale signs ar...
This yearbook from Bald Knob AR is for sale on ebay right now.  I can't afford it but I do love the cover.  I have never seen this much creativity in a cover.  Tearin' It Up with a corner that looks as if they were ripping the page seems different and must have come from a creative art student.  ...
This is a picture that is unusual in that it is in black and white and shows the city of Searcy AR at night.  We are gazing East from Arch Street toward the First Methodist Church.  Almost no vehicles spoil our view of the streets and the parking meters.Who remembers parking meters?  I do.  You h...
 I remember enjoying going into this jewelry store in Searcy AR.  This photo which is borrowed from an old yearbook shows Mrs. Parrish who was always lovely and friendly.  It makes me wonder now whether folks still shop for fine jewelry.  There are so many pieces of flashy costume jewelry that on...

Barbara S. Duncan

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