living/museum

Sgt-Maj. Clifford Burks, a career Marine in three wars/conflicts. He retired in 1977 after 33 years, 5 months and a day in the U. S. Marine Corps.
The 1911 "summer house" or gazebo at the center of the Tillar Cemetery, located about three miles west of Tillar.
A rerun of “The Andy Griffin Show” on TV Land last Tuesday evening beautifully illustrated my point about history being interesting if you consider the story and don’t make it seem “dry” and bookish...
The Terra Cotta Hotel was located on the north side of East Trotter Street near the AD&N Railroad, about 200 feet west of the tracks, probably just west of the current location of Razorback Body...
Much has been heard in recent years about the famed, and nearly forgotten, Ridgway and Allen hotels, both built on East Gaines Street. However, it may surprise some readers to learn these two were...
Sheriff Mark Gober and the door to Patrick Henry's office.
Although the KARK-Channel 4 official totals for the October rains measured 19.72 inches, we received much more rain at my house - but that’s another story for another time! The most memorable rain...
Since the Drew County Historical Society will hold its first program of 2009 this Sunday, February 8, it might be interesting to look at the history of that organization. Although Drew County is an...
Longtime Drew County Historical Society members Henri Mason, left, and Roy Grizzell visit at the museum.

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