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 County: Carroll County, AR
 Language: English
 Collection: Fort Bend Museum Collection
[Carry Nation at her Cave, Eureka Springs, Arkansas.]
Postcard image of Carry Nation at her Cave, Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Same as 1986.003.002. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1464/
Carry Nation at her Cave in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
Postcard image of Carry Nation at her Cave in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1475/
[Carry Nation's home, Eureka, Springs, Arkansas.]
Postcard image of Carry Nation's home, Eureka, Springs, Arkansas. Photo taken from hilltop partially seen on right of white, wooden, two and a half story house. Has second story balcony with railing. Two chimneys seen on roof top. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1465/
[Gloyd McNabb in Scottish attire.]
Postcard image of Gloyd McNabb in Scottish attire. Gloyd McNabb is the granddaughter of Carrie Nation. Girl is standing on a rock formation with a long stick in her hand. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1463/
[Postcard from the Carry Nation Home in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.]
Photographic postcard of the Carry Nation Home in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Two images appear on the postcard. On left, an exterior view of the house - a white wooden two story building with front porch and railed balcony. Potted fern hanging baskets can be seen hanging from the top of the porch. An American flag is flying from the second story balcony. A sign proclaiming the building as "Hatchet Hall" can be seen just below the flag. Another free-standing sign to the right of the sidewalk in front of the house reads: Carry Nation Home Tours. The photo on the right is of the interior of the house. An organ is against a papered wall. On the carpet surrounding the organ is a row of small wooden chairs. To the right of the organ is a free-standing lamp and on the left is a table with a glass pitcher. Back of postcard reads: "Carry Nation Home "Hatchet Hall" 35 Steele Street Eureka Springs, Arkansas 72632 The Home, built in 1882, operated as a boarding house for the families of alcoholics, 1908-1911, by the world famous crusader against liquor sales. Carry A. Nation. Interior: The music room where Carry taught Sunday School. The Aeolian Grande player organ was a fit to Carry from a Eureka Springs physician. 852C81 Ozark Postcard Publishers 72A James River Road, Kimberling City, Mmo. 66586-0658. Postcard has scalloped edges and is in a burnt orange background. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1457/