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Taber-Patterson House

Taber-Patterson House

Built circa 1885, the Taber-Patterson house at 1624 Louisiana is classified as “eclectic” style: a mix of Eastlake and Craftsman. It has undergone multiple changes, from being divided into three...

Taber-Patterson House

Dreamland Ballroom

Built between 1916 and 1918 by the Arkansas chapter of the Knights and Daughters of Tabor, Taborian Temple – renamed Taborian Hall by the 1950s – was a major hub of African-American...

Taber-Patterson House

Murphy Jeffries Building

An unobtrusive, yet important building to Little Rock’s history and Little Rock’s black history is the Murphy Jeffries Building on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. It was built in 1925 and purchased in...

Taber-Patterson House

Grand Prairie Video

It still seems like yesterday when I would ride my bike to the video store after school, choose two movies, pick up a pizza and enjoy the night by myself or with friends. There was something charming...

Taber-Patterson House

The Fee House

Every family has a history, but some families seem to have much more sordid and tragic events that have lasting effects on people and places; such is the case with the Fee Family. Love, betrayal...

Taber-Patterson House

First Presbyterian Church

The First Presbyterian Church of Fordyce is important both for the history of its congregation and the significance of its talented designer. The First Presbyterian Church was organized in August...

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Malvern Rosenwald School

Background Contrary to common belief, the education of many southern African Americans took place on southern plantations while many were slaves. Some masters allowed a few of their slaves to become...

Taber-Patterson House

Hotel Grim

The well known Hotel Grim was once the “Crown Jewel” of Texarkana in it’s heyday. Built in 1924-25 and closed down in 1990, the hotel was filled with history and memories through...

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