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Mankind has always carried within himself the innate desire to shape and mold the world around us to our own personal desires and likings – even when the steps required in doing so are of epic...

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Old Baptist Cemetery

This cemetery has about 100 gravestones. David Llewellyn was murdered in 1915, his grave rests here. The case was never solved. Old Baptist Cemetery now sits on a private farm in Hector Arkansas...

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Phillips County Jail

The old Phillips County Jail (Penal Farm) was built by the WPA, and is on the list of historic places. Emmett Roscopf, was the warden, in the 50s and 60s. The Phillips County Penal Farm, and other...

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Leach Bland Cemetery

Leach Bland Cemetery was started in the early 1800’s, even before Houston became a town. In the late 1900’s the last person was buried on the site. Today, this cemetery sits on a small...

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Unknown Houston Cemetery

This post features two cemeteries found in the middle of Houston. Most of the headstones are marked with tag numbers that indicated a club that they were involved with. This cemetery is no longer...

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Pilgrim Rest Cemetery

This cemetery lies next to an active church in Scott Arkansas. Most of the forest behind the church has gobbled up the headstones, and many vandals and thefts have been in and out of the cemetery...

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Riceland Hotel

Designed by Mann and Stern, Architects, the Riceland Hotel is Stuttgart’s largest commercial building and was originally an elegant and commanding example of George R. Mann’s later neo...

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The Chewaukla Bottling Factory

“Once long ago a chief who had been in poor health for many moons came to the sacred Valley of the Vapors hoping to find relief in the magic waters. Seemingly, however, the thermal waters did...

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