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News stories tagged with "auctioneer"

The end of an auction era

Roger Huntley of Crary Mills has been an auctioneer since the day in the late 1950s when he was a stand-in for a popular cattle dealer, selling donated items for the local church benefit. Roger Huntley's last auction was last Tuesday in Hannawa Falls. Remembering Roger Huntley was produced by youth interns at North Country Public Radio, Chelsea Ross, Brenna Rice and Jennifer Sibert, working with our summer Common Wealth, Common Wisdom project.  Go to full article

Meet the Masters: Roger Huntley, Farm and Household Auctioneer

Roger Huntley of Crary Mills has been an auctioneer since the late 1950s. The sixth generation of his family to operate their 300-acre dairy farm in the town of Pierrepont, Roger knows country things and country people. He still conducts the premier old-time sales in the northern Adirondack foothills and St. Lawrence Valley.  Go to full article

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