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Planters National Bank

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...

Planters National Bank

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...

Planters National Bank

KNBY / KOKR Radio Station

“The Voice of The White River Valley” Nestled in the center of the White River Valley stands a monument to Rock and Roll history and the development of modern media. A one-story building...

Planters National Bank

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...

Planters National Bank

Plumerville Jail

This one room jail in Plumerville was built sometime around the early 1900s. This style of concrete “pour-in-place” construction was perfected around the 1910s in the midwest. It displays...

Planters National Bank

Wild River Country

Arkansas’ Largest Water Park We have fun and exciting attractions in the great outdoors. Wild River Country, a 26-acre park offers a fun-filled day of non-stop fun with thirteen attractions...

Planters National Bank

Morris Booker Memorial College

Morris Booker Memorial College has a dual history. Before its final name, the college was The Chicot County Training School in Dermott. The single-story building was built in 1929 by funding from the...

Planters National Bank

Magazine Jail

By 1934, the citizens of Magazine, Arkansas had decided upon the need for a jail structure. Most towns across the midwest had already had these tiny one-cell jails at this point. The jail was made of...

Planters National Bank

Scipio Africanus Jones House

Scipio Africanus Jones was born in 1863 in Tulip, Arkansas to a slave, Jemmima Jones. His father was his mother’s white owner, Dr. Sanford Reamey, a prominent citizen of Tulip. As a child, he...

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