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Finton Shaw Sculpture Garden

Finton Shaw Sculpture Garden

When I sought for the sculpture garden one Sunday afternoon, it was warm for the week, after storms had raged through Arkansas and brought in a bit of weather. I expected it to be a bit hidden, but...

Old Brownwood Life Care Center

Old Brownwood Life Care Center

The old Brownwood Life Care Center closed its doors in 2016 for the new facility. The old building pictured is currently in excellent condition and for sale. Warning: The doors are locked and...

Pleasant Grove Church

Pleasant Grove Church

So many tiny country churches have quietly existed while the hustle and bustle of the world moves on around them. On a lovely and mild winter day, I stepped through the open door of Pleasant Grove...

Dr. Robert George Williams House

Dr. Robert George Williams House

Traveling through Ashley County on the way to Wilmot or Eudora, if you blink you’ll not only miss this house, but you’ll miss the entire community of Parkdale. However, despite the tiny...

Degges Murder House

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...

Little Rock Job Corps Center

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...

William E. Woodruff House

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...

Gillam Park Pool

Gillam Park Pool

The purchase of Gillam Park was authorized by Mayor Horace A. Knowlton and the Little Rock City Council at a meeting on November 22, 1934, with the approval and support of the Little Rock Chamber of...

Warner Brown Hospital

Warner Brown Hospital

In 1919 construction began on the initial portion of El Dorado’s hospital. It was financed by Paul Brown and local businessmen. The hospital cost approximately $300,000 and was named in memory...

Ozark Medieval Fortress

Ozark Medieval Fortress

Ozark Medieval Fortress is a project designed to construct an accurate replica of a 13th-century French castle in Lead Hill, Arkansas. Construction is carried out on the site using only materials and...

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