Searcy County Photographs


This is a view of Leslie, AR, ca 1905.  During this time, the 
major industry in Leslie was the production of barrel staves 
and railroad ties.  Donated by Cathy Leonard


Picture, ca 1910, of the fruit orchards in Leslie. 
Donated by Cathy Leonard

Hugh Lucas Leonard, and family in Leslie, AR, ca 1910. 
Hugh Leonard was the two time mayor of Leslie, 
as well as a local business man. Note the "new sidewalks"! 
Donated by Cathy Leonard



Snowball, AR, 1937; photo owned by Pat Neal. First
 building is the old Snowball Post Office, with postmaster, 
Lee Drewry.  Other buildings are Frank Gray store, 
Will Perry store, Alvis Jaco store, and an old church. 
Snowball was originally named Snowhall but a postal 
official misread the script and called it Snowball.

    Donated by Betty Renfroe



Mark Renfroe family of Snowball; donated by Betty Renfroe



 Walton A. Renfroe, sometime before 1900. 
Donated by Betty Renfroe


Walton & Mary Ellen Wadkins/Watkins Renfroe, along with father, 
Joseph Renfroe,and children:  Charlotte, Elmer, Dottie, 
Delmer, Fines, and Samuel.  Donated by Betty Renfroe.



Joesph L. Renfroe of Snowball, AR.
     Donated by Betty Renfroe

James Brewer and Cynthia Emeline Weeks Brewer; their son, 
James Matison and Lou Brewer Pritchard. 
Donated by Betty Renfroe

Pictured from the left:  John A. Marlow & Emmit Marlow;
from the right:  Sam Lee, William Marlow, William Lee, and
Wesley Roberts; all from the Witts Springs area. 
Can anyone help identify the rest? 
Donated by  Debbie Roberts


William & Lucy Steele Lee Marlow;
Children from left:  Leslie & Wesley Robbs
Donated by Debbie Roberts.


Paton and Mary Ann Skelton Drewry on right.
Couple & child on left may be Mary Ann's brother &
family (Skelton's were from Washington Co).
 Can anyone help?  Donated by Debbie Roberts


Gladis Mae Acree, age 8, and her mother, 
Margaret Itea Linder Acree (Horton), circa 1909-10 on the 
steps of the General Store in Gilbert, Arkansas.
Donated by Joan Star (granddaughter of Gladis Mae Acree) 


Tomahawk, Searcy Co, AR
Andrew Jackson Still (1857-1929)
and Rosan Malinda (Wilson) Still (1859-1937)
Donated by  Kim Harrington Wano(ggg-granddaughter)

Pink Monroe Daniel:  b. Feb 7, 1870; d. June 18, 1954. 
Buried Kilburn Cemetery.  He was the blacksmith at 
Pindell, Searcy Co, AR, for many years.  Donated by 
Lois Sullivan Stradley


A group of Searcy County men preparing to board train at Marshall for military duty,
September 22, 1917. Front row left to right: Keith, Jeff Hensley, Jack Lay, 
Jasper Newton, Andy Thornton. Back row, left to right: Ab Treat, John Willis, 
Ed Plumlee, Green Crider, Charlie Row, Will Stacey, Ed Stewart. 
Donated by Dolores Raines/Sutton


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