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Eaker Air Force Base

Eaker Air Force Base

“A B52 with a full nuclear payload, is the seventh most powerful country in the world.” This Abandoned Air Force base is located three miles Northwest of Blytheville, Arkansas. Of the...

Eaker Air Force Base

Army Navy Hospital

Army and Navy General Hospital Allegedly the vision for the Army and Navy General Hospital came in 1882 at a dinner party in the Palace Bathhouse when Senator John Logan had deemed Hot Springs as the...

Eaker Air Force Base

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...

Eaker Air Force Base

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...

Eaker Air Force Base

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...

Eaker Air Force Base

Little Rock Job Corps Center

This empty eight story building looms along the side of I30: it is the former Little Rock Job Corps center. The building has been a crumbling reminder of waste, with a history of break-ins, theft and...

Eaker Air Force Base

Masonic Home For The Aged

  On the northwest corner of E. Harrison and N. Ash is a six-story brick building that once housed a Masonic Home for the Aged. Construction began in 1926. Thirty-seven residents moved into the...

Eaker Air Force Base

Paragould Power Plant

This building in downtown Paragould once housed the city’s power station. Evidence within the building indicates the facility was used into the 1980s. Local residents informed us that the...

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The First State National Bank

The State National Bank in Foreman, Arkansas first opened in the mid 40s and had several branches across the state. After World War II, the state national bank also opened up locations in Ashdown and...

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