Galloway College, Searcy, 1898. This building replaced the original building which was built in 1888 and burned. The 1898 building was razed to make room for the Administration Building and Student Union of Harding College. Searcy was chosen as the site for Galloway by the Methodists of Arkansas because the town made the most generous offer in land and money. It was said that at least one donor to that fund mortgaged his home to raise the money and ultimately lost it. Courtesy Ivan Quattlebaum, White County Historical Society.