Another Sears Concord (Xenia)

Another Sears Concord (Xenia)

A while back I located a 1930’s Sears model, The Concord, right here in my hometown – Springfield. A Sears Concord in Springfield The Concord has great history for Sears Roebuck, as it was the model they chose to be on display in Chicago at the 1933 World’s Fair, “A Century of Progress”.   Due […]

It all started with a Lustron, or 2, in Xenia

It all started with a Lustron, or 2, in Xenia

A while back, like a couple of years ago, I decided to add the Lustron Homes near me to the  list of Sears, and other kit, Houses, I was keeping for my area.  If you are from Ohio, you might have heard about Lustron Homes, as they were manufactured in Columbus.  A lot of folks […]

An update on “The List”

If you know me, you know I’ve been at this Sears House hunting for a while now.  Several years.  And like I’ve mentioned before in this blog, I’ve made some valuable connections, and some not so valuable, mostly through Facebook. Recently, one of my most valuable connections, Andrew Mutch, did a blog post about the […]

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