Seven properties in Arkansas named to National Register of Historic Places | Rock Candy

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Seven properties in Arkansas named to National Register of Historic Places

Posted By on Wed, Oct 10, 2018 at 9:55 AM

click to enlarge Cecil M. Buffalo Jr. House - ARKANSAS HISTORIC PRESERVATION PROGRAM
  • Arkansas Historic Preservation Program
  • Cecil M. Buffalo Jr. House


Seven Arkansas properties have been listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Department of Arkansas Heritage’s Arkansas Historic Preservation Program has announced.

click to enlarge Bold Pilgrim Cemetery - ARKANSAS HISTORIC PRESERVATION PROGRAM
  • Arkansas Historic Preservation Program
  • Bold Pilgrim Cemetery

They include the Moro Bay Ferry at Moro Bay, built by the Barbour Metal Boat Works of Missouri in 1965 (Bradley County); the Bold Pilgrim Cemetery near Morrilton, with burials dating to around 1880; the 1967-68 Dr. Neil Crow Sr. House in Fort Smith; the western district Clay County Courthouse in Piggott and the eastern district Clay County Courthouse in Rector; the 1968 Cecil M. Buffalo Jr. House in Little Rock; and the 1963 Thomas Gray House in Little Rock.

See Arkansas Historic Preservation Program's blog for more.






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