This gold-plated horseshoe belonged to W. C. Jones’ Tennessee Walking Horse in the 1970s. Mr. Jones was the founder of the Tom Thumb convenience stores that are a major employer throughout the Walton and Okaloosa counties area. [Donated by James E. Moore]Continue reading
This walking stick was made from turkey legs. Walking sticks similar to this were popular during the 1930s. [Donated by James E. Moore]Continue reading
Gulf Power Company Ashtray
Attorney James E. (Jim) Moore was an author and character actor who appeared at many local functions. The ashtray pictured was given to him on November 21, 1963, in appreciation for his presentation before Gulf Power Company’s Management Club. To open his talk, Jim related a humorous story he heardContinue reading
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