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17 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Denele:

    Here at the Shiloh Museum we’re working on our 2015 calendar and, specifically, on speakers for our once-a-month Shiloh Sandwiched-In series. I was thinking about your recent book and wondered whether you might have a program on, and would be willing to speak about, the back-to-the-land movement in the Ozarks, or any sub-topic. If you have a chance, please do let me know if doing a talk on that topic in 2015 is of interest to you. Am glad to answer any questions. Thanks for the consideration!


    (Ms) Allyn Lord, director
    Shiloh Museum of Ozark History

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  3. Hi there just wanted to give you a brief heads up and let you
    know a few of the images aren’t loading properly.

    I’m not sure why but I think its a linking issue.
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    show the same results.

  4. Please let me know if you’re looking for a author for your blog.
    You have some really good articles and I feel I would be a good asset.
    If you ever want to take some of the load off, I’d love to write some articles for your blog in exchange
    for a link back to mine. Please send me an email if interested.
    Thank you!

  5. Dear Mrs. Campbell,
    I am trying to research an architect that designed a house for Rex Perkins in 1960. Did you happen to come across any photos of his house on Mr. Seqouyah from that time? I think the house numbers have changed so I am not sure which house was his. I appreciate any help you can provide. Thank you for your time.

    1. Mason, thanks for your message. I don’t have any photos of the house designed by Warren Seagraves. As you may know, the plans are in the care of UA Special Collections. Rex’s son in law Freddie Brooks still lived in the house until his death in 2014. At the time it was built, the assigned address was 319 Williams Drive. Later it became 1148 E. Rex Drive. An image of the house will come up if you Google search the address. Hope this helps!

  6. I knew Denny Luke when I lived on the “Bunyard trail”, as we called it, back in the 70’s. At that time the road was one lane, Belle Starr’s old house was still there, and if you met the Smith brothers on the road coming in the opposite direction, you better get out of the way!!!! lWent to Denny’s cabin, played his drum trap, and drank “shine” that the Smith brothers made …I rented the house across from the Samples …old house …I don’t do much via email, but would appreciate a text if you know how I get in touch with Denny. My name back then was Cathy Lewis Faulkner…got divorced and remarried….cell no 509 429 2089 ..WA cell, but live outside of Eureka, KS…thanks. ..oh, I’d love to buy a copy of the book!!!

  7. I just ordered the book “Murder In The County: 50 True Stories of the Old West”, I’m not sure what took me so long as I’ve known of the story for many years. My last name is Reed and the story has to do with my family, ironically both sides of my father’s family being the Reed’s and the Shannon’s. I’d love to learn more or talk to you about the book. I don’t have any other way to contact you other than to write this to see if there’s any way I can speak to you.

  8. Hi. I’ve stumbled across your site and your writings as I’m researching West Fork in the late 19th century. My father was born there (Jones) and I see that you’ve done some factual research with great anecdotal info about the Jones boys. I also spent two plus hours reading your works and have quickly become a fan of your lifelong interests, particularly your mesmerizing piece about your high school “Ipanema”performance. We’re from the same era and think similarly about much. Short story is I’d be happy to send you $ in advance to buy anything you’ve written about early West Fork. I’m not on Facebook so please contact me via email. Thanks, Chris

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