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Huntington Jail

Huntington Jail

The City of Huntington announced on May 31, 1888, that sealed bids for a calaboose that would be 14×18 feet and a 12-inch partition. Vernacular cut stone was used for the construction and while...

Huntington Jail

Cottage Court Historic District

Decades ago, at the dawn of the twentieth century, travelers from Little Rock (Pulaski County) and other cities to the north of Hot Springs became very familiar with Park Avenue as a crucial part of...

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Hallie’s Rest Stop & Zoo

Hallie’s Rest Stop & Zoo Hallie Charles Ormond first opened the rest stop & zoo in on labor day, 1973 with hopes to attract people from all over Arkansas and create a roadside stop for...

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Thompson Building

The Thompson Building, one of Hot Spring’s most recognizable landmarks, was built in 1913 and originally housed medical offices. These were converted into a hotel in the 1940’s. The building features...

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Arkansas Democrat Building

Architect Charles L. Thompson, the last surviving Architect that founded Cromwell Architects and Engineers, designed the Arkansas Democrat building in 1916 as a Neoclassical Revival Style. This gave...

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Martha Mitchell House

The house at 902 West Fourth Avenue has a nostalgic silence about it that borders on loneliness. The rooms are quiet as if waiting for the return of the Fergusson and Beall families that once filled...

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Branch Davidian Compound

History: The Waco siege was a 51 day standoff of a compound belonging to the group Branch Davidians by American federal and Texas state law enforcement and US military between February 28 and April...

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Fourche Valley School

Fourche Valley school district was created in 1928. Bluffton and Briggsville schools combined to form Fourche Valley. Red Hill was the third school to enter Fourche Valley and many followed to...

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Malco Theatre

The Malco Theatre was built on a site that has housed vaudeville shows, silent movies, modern films, and specialty productions. The Malco, which was frequented by Bill Clinton as a boy, is home to...

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