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Army Navy Hospital

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...

Army Navy Hospital

Arkansas Health Center

Located in the outskirts of Benton, Arkansas, the Arkansas Health Center is a now half-shuttered campus. The functioning buildings include a 310-bed registered and regulated nursing facility. With a...

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Mountainaire Hotel

The Mountainaire Hotel, AKA “the Mountaineer Hotel,” is one of the finest examples of Art Moderne architecture in the area and perhaps even in the state. The twin buildings were...

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Old Brownwood Life Care Center

The old Brownwood Life Care Center closed its doors in 2016 for the new facility. The old building pictured is currently in excellent condition and for sale. Warning: The doors are locked and...

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Worley Hospital

Located on the top of Texas sits Worley Hospital. It was built in the 1930’s and was the second hospital built in Pampa. The original owners really cared about the community however with the...

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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...

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Logan County Memorial Hospital

The Logan County Memorial Hospital of Guthrie Oklahoma was formerly named the Benedictine Heights Hospital. Construction started in 1926 and was slowly built due to the depression. It was completed...

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Booneville Community Hospital

One important historical landmark which some may have forgotten is Booneville’s former Community Hospital building which was constructed in the years 1961 and 1962 and built at the cost of...

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Warner Brown Hospital

In 1919 construction began on the initial portion of El Dorado’s hospital. It was financed by Paul Brown and local businessmen. The hospital cost approximately $300,000 and was named in memory...

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