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Mt. Zion AME Church

Mt. Zion AME Church

Located on the periphery of Pine Bluff, Mt. Zion African Methodist-Episcopal (AME) Church shut down in April of 2004. It’s history is somewhat of a mystery; most documents have been either...

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Fayetteville City Hospital

One could be forgiven for mistaking Fayetteville City Hospital for a small school. Built in 1912, the two-story brick structure does not call to mind the modern, towering concrete of a building like...

Mt. Zion AME Church

Hickory Valley Methodist Church

This historic landmark has been abandoned for several years now. As many abandoned buildings continue to rot, items and other pieces of furniture are stolen over time. A couple years ago, this church...

Mt. Zion AME Church

Mena Water Treatment Plant

Mena made way for a new plant once the condition of the old water treatment plant was found useless and unsafe. Ward Lake was drying up and becoming harder and harder to maintain. As the building sat...

Mt. Zion AME Church

Bald Knob Hotel

Originally 1 of 3 hotels on what was once “Skid Row” of Bald Knob. “Skid Row” was a famous strip of bars, brothels, and boarding houses in the area around 1920 to about the...

Mt. Zion AME Church

The Opera Block

Starting in 1890 a variety of entertainers and speakers grace the stage of the Opera Block of downtown Rogers Arkansas. Original architecture and remnants still remain in the building including a...

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Fort Chaffee Hospital

FORT SMITH — Fort Smith fire investigators say a blaze that destroyed more than 100 historic buildings at the old Fort Chaffee hospital has been ruled accidental. Fire Marshal Chris Driggers told...

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New Theatre

Guarded by the intimidating face of the roman god Neptune stands the 1200 seat-capacity New Theatre. It was built in 1911 by the Bollar Architecture who was hired by Mr. Sparks of Sparks hospital in...

Mt. Zion AME Church

Ponderosa Trailers

Plumerville was very excited to see new business move into their hometown in 2002.  Ponderosa Trailers moved in with the intentions to expand their business due to growth over the past few years...

Mt. Zion AME Church

Hester-Lenz House

Built by the loving hands of numerous families, through many decades, and over multiple generations, the Hester House continues to stand today as a testimony and a sentinel for all of the souls...

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