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Author - Michael Schwarz

Cottage Court Historic District

Decades ago, at the dawn of the twentieth century, travelers from Little Rock (Pulaski County) and other cities to the north of Hot Springs became very familiar with Park Avenue as a crucial part of...

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...

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...

Coker Hotel

THIS LOCATION IS NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC There are some buildings in this world that have a lot more than just 4 walls an opening date and some history. The Coker Hotel in Warren Arkansas may look...

Donaghey Building

It seems like the idea of skyscrapers downtown is always a good idea. There is lots of room for commercial spaces, it adds to the city skyline and can make for a great view when you go to the top...

Wild River Country

Arkansas’ Largest Water Park We have fun and exciting attractions in the great outdoors. The 26-acre park offers a sun-filled day of non-stop fun with thirteen attractions, party decks, three...

Murphy Jeffries Building

An unobtrusive, yet important building to Little Rock’s history and Little Rock’s black history is the Murphy Jeffries Building on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. It was built in 1925 and purchased in...

Hallie’s Rest Stop & Zoo

Arkansas’ most unique “Rest Stop” had a lot more to offer than a few snacks and a drink. Hallie Charles Ormond first opened the rest stop & zoo in on labor day, 1973 with hopes...

Thompson Building

The Thompson Building, one of Hot Spring’s most recognizable landmarks, was built in 1913 and originally housed medical offices. These were converted into a hotel in the 1940’s. The building features...

Arkansas Democrat Building

Architect Charles L. Thompson, the last surviving Architect that founded Cromwell Architects and Engineers, designed the Arkansas Democrat building in 1916 as a Neoclassical Revival Style. This gave...

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