Graham Brothers Dairy
North of Tuckerman in 1940's.
Look at our bustling downtown in the 1950's
See how many stores you can name. Check out the Christmas lights hanging across the street. Who can remember the U-Turn at the end of the street? This picture was donated to us by Lewis French.
Can you remember trying to slide on the tile floor in front of Graham's Store? Check out our Archives for some wonderful pictures of the window displays donated to us by Christine Adcox Cole.
Aerial View of Tuckerman.
See how many landmarks you remember! Notice the Alice Graham Mack home that is now the home of Martha Ann Harris Gilleyhan.
D.R. Parrott Service Station
A ladies restroom, Standard brand gasoline, & free ice water... what else can you notice? Check out that two digit phone number "80."
Tuckerman Elementary School
Do you remember attending here?
Grubs Hotel From 1907
This structure burned in 1957.
Swifton Station & Hotel
This building still stands in Swifton, AR today!
Ott's Wackerly Store
Ott's Store located in Tuckerman, AR (1957-58).
Western Auto in the 1950's!
A photo of a couple of beauties from the '50s.
Trails To Tuckerman is a non-profit, educational, historical organization to capture, preserve and archive the history of the Tuckerman area and make it available to the public.
Meetings are held at the Tuckerman City Hall Courtroom the 1st Monday night of each month at 6:00 pm while school is in session.
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