September 13, 2008


Filed under: Library and Museum — lessie @ 2:46 pm

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Above is a snap from the Anderson County Museum store. Diane Brown is the manager and such a nice, vivacious lady is she! She enthusiastically supports the museum and its store — and even develops new products. Above is a top seller: Electric City Clay. Diane reports that she had seen “special” dirt being sold at other tourist locations and wondered, “Why not sell Anderson clay as a momento?”

She gathers the red dust herself from within the city limits, packages it, corks it, and even prepares the tag, “There’s no where like Anderson, SC.” I agree. Even more true, “There’s no person like Diane Brown.” 🙂



  1. What a nice tribute to Ms. Brown and to your town. Cheers from BC!

    Comment by Snapper — September 13, 2008 @ 3:12 pm

  2. Our visitor center used to see Black Belt dirt. It went over really well!

    Comment by RamblingRound — September 13, 2008 @ 5:11 pm

  3. I like how they’ve bottled that, so cute! I should have bottled some from my backyard in Ga before we moved as a keepsake. Although I have to admit, I couldn’t stand it when we lived there, it was always getting tracked into the house, ugh!

    Comment by Tanya — September 13, 2008 @ 7:38 pm

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