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Saenger Theater

Saenger Theater

The Saenger Theatre, which opened in Pine Bluff on November 17, 1924, was called “The Showplace of the South” and made Pine Bluff an entertainment center for people in southeast Arkansas. It was one...

Saenger Theater

Degges Murder House

On the morning of September 24, 1964, Mrs. Maudene Degges, 25 years of age, and the mother of three children, was abducted from her home. The next day her body was found about three and one-half...

Saenger Theater

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...

Saenger Theater

William E. Woodruff House

The Woodruff House (added to the National Register of Historic Places on March, 21, 1989) is significant for its association with William E. Woodruff, founder and longtime editor of the Arkansas...

Saenger Theater

Bee Hive Fashions

The faded sign of “Bee Hive Fashions” is the only real identifying exterior clue of this building (exact dates of operation unknown) which has been abandoned for years, although it...

Saenger Theater

Savage High School

The Parkdale High School, which consolidated with Hamburg School District after the 1993 – 1994 school year, was originally an African American school called Savage High School right outside the town...

Saenger Theater

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...

Saenger Theater

First Baptist Church

Construction The First Baptist Church of Osceola (FBC) was organized in 1850, making it the first and oldest Baptist church in Mississippi County. On March 30, 1880, FBC purchased a lot and built a...

Saenger Theater

Verser Clinic Hospital

In January 1949, the Verser Clinic Hospital was opened by Dr. Walter William (W.W) and son Dr. Joe Verser. It was a twenty-five bed facility housed in the former First Baptist Church of Harrisburg...

Saenger Theater

Medical Arts Building

In 1930, in downtown Hot Springs, two blocks from the Majestic Hotel, the Medical Arts Building became the tallest building west of Mississippi from the day it finished construction until 1960. This...

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