Tag Archives: Sears Hazleton

Gordon Van Tine 517 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma

If you read my last blog you are familiar with the charming Gordon Van Tine bungalow no 517-B and if not click here to read that fun blog so this post will make more sense. Like all kit home companies … Continue reading

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A Very Special Christmas for an East Granby Connecticut Woman (Gordon Van Tine 517-B)

It was a typical New England winter in East Granby Connecticut and most assuredly a Christmas that Anna Viets would remember forever. The year was 1920 and Anna and Charles Palmer Viets had been married for 32 years. Anna and … Continue reading

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A great trip to Bartlesville

One of the things I enjoy is playing the saxophone. I guess I should, after all I was a music major! I play with The Sounds Of Music Orchestra in Tulsa Oklahoma. On Saturday April 6th we played for a … Continue reading

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Sears Hazelton, Tulsa and Wagoner

Ha·zle·ton, three syllables. The Sears Hazelton is known as the house of threes.  I learned that from Rosemary Thornton.   It is an easy way to remember details of the Sears Hazelton!  I read that in one of her books and … Continue reading

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