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Hartman Jail

Hartman Jail

Not much is known about the Hartman Jail, it is a small, single-cell built of rock. Preserved beautifully, with its history undocumented, it is one of the most perfect examples of why we take the...

Hartman Jail

Morrilton First National Bank

  Architect Charles L. Thompson designed the First National Bank of Morrilton as a Classical-Revival and Craftsman styled building. When designing he wanted to make a statement with the five...

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The Indian Mall

Built in 1968, the Indian Mall in Jonesboro was the only mall serving the Northeast corner of Arkansas. The mall housed early versions of Dillard’s, Gamestop, a TG&Y store, Sears, and a...

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Cottage Court Historic District

Table of Contents Decline / AbandonmentRestorationMention Abandoned Atlas to get 10% off your stay!Gallery Below Decades ago, at the dawn of the twentieth century, travelers from Little Rock (Pulaski...

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Planters National Bank

The Planters National Bank was built in 1920 by a gentleman by the name of William Lane. He was also the president of the bank. Though while the Bank was built in 1920, the charter has existed since...

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Burton Mercantile And Gin Company

“An invention that changed the world.” Abstracting from the normal format of blogs here on Abandoned Arkansas, this blog about a cotton gin in Tupelo will be in a first person point of...

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The Majestic Hotel

The Majestic property was originally the site of the Hiram Whittington House in 1870. The Avenue Hotel was the first name given to the hotel, built in 1882, featuring an electric dining room and gas...

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KNBY / KOKR Radio Station

Table of Contents “The Voice of The White River Valley”KNBY KOKRAl EvansAbandoned Radio Station is Locked and has security!Gallery BelowBibliography & Additional Media “The...

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First Christian Church of Lonoke

For the first time in 15 years, the doors to the First Christian Church of Lonoke were opened. In collaboration with The Lonoke County Museum, and the current owner, one of our team members were...

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