A Little Bit of This, A Little Bit of That and A Lot of Arkansas
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Jan 27, 2016 by James Kirkendall
In 1919 construction began on the initial portion of El Dorado’s hospital. It was financed by Paul Brown and local businessmen. The...
For more photos please visit:“Abandoned Arkansas” Kirk is a 2006 graduate of Southside High School Fort Smith.. his hobbies include...
Jun 11, 2015 by James Kirkendall
In January 1949, the Verser Clinic Hospital was opened by Dr. Walter William (W.W) and son Dr. Joe Verser. It was a twenty-five bed...
Jun 5, 2015 by James Kirkendall
Photography/Video by James Kirkendall Background Music: Mellon Udrigle by Kim...
May 31, 2015 by Pris
Paris, Logan County Coal Miner’s Memorial Photographs taken October 2014 by Pris Weathers. ...
Apr 17, 2015 by James Kirkendall
The sanatorium opened November 21st, 1921 with facilities for about 50 patients. The buildings included the administration building,...
Apr 2, 2015 by James Kirkendall
Southside Elementary School is the oldest school building in El Dorado that was still in use as of April 23 1986. It is a 2 Story...
Mar 31, 2015 by Pris
Lt. Col. Robert Hite, one of the famed World War II “Doolittle Tokyo Raiders,” died Sunday at 95. Wallace Hite said his...
Mar 18, 2015 by James Kirkendall
Starting in 1890 a variety of entertainers and speakers grace the stage of the Opera Block of downtown Rogers Arkansas. ...
Feb 9, 2015 by Pris
Spring Park The town of Searcy developed around the White Sulphur Springs, and was known as a health resort from the 1830’s to...
The Beebe War Memorial might be simple in nature but it has over 560 men and women who served our country listed on it. ?????,...
Feb 6, 2015 by James Kirkendall
The Beckham Hotel is located in the once booming cotton capital of the world, Greenville Texas, Hunt County. The massive building was...
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