Hickman County Arts Council display case full for Heritage Days 2016.
Wedding photo of WW II era couple.
The famous water drinking chicken - property of Danny Whitlock
Old Brownie camera - Danny Whitlock thinks his parents bought it in the 1930s.
Danny Whitlock inspects display case items.
The Hickman County Arts Council cordially invites the public to visit the old courthouse building and see the display case they just finished preparing for exhibit. Members contributed "treasures of past days."
Items include a toy tractor, old tools, a 1780's Bible, an antique pressing iron, the famous drinking peace bird, old record albums, coffee cups from the 1840's, shell binoculars found in WWII ruble, a copper printer's block, and many other heritage day items.
Help us celebrate Heritage Days (September 6-10) by visiting the display and remembering those days long gone but still remembered.