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[The Arlington Hotel]

Description: The Arlington Hotel--the largest hotel in Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas--with its famous thermal baths, is shown here. It is under the regulation of the United States Government. There is a beautiful "Cascade" swimming pool for guests. This picture is taken from a POST CARD titled "Plastichrome [Registered] by COLOUR PICTURES, INC. Boston, 10, Massachusetts U.S.A." The builder of the Baker Hotel spent time here, and he was so impressed with the hotel that he modeled the Baker Hotel in Mineral Wells upon this one.
Date: unknown
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

Portrait of Woman

Description: Copy negative of Anne Mayes Conner portrait. She is wearing a dark colored dress with a light collar. Her hair is dark and the front portion is pulled back while the rest flows in long curls down to her elbows.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Photograph of Martha Ann Rowland]

Description: Photograph of Martha Ann Rowland. She wears a high-necked dark dress with a scarf, and small hoop earrings. Her hair is pulled to the back of her head in a bun. The photograph was purchased at the Pattillo estate sale in Waco.
Date: 18uu
Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis

[Photograph of Susan Smith Pattillo]

Description: Photograph of Susan Smith Pattillo. She wears a matching shirtwaist and skirt, and a white lacy collar with a cameo at the throat. Over her dress, she wears a shawl with a crocheted border. Her mouth is pinched, and her glasses are on top of her head. The photograph was purchased at the Pattillo estate sale in Waco.
Date: 18uu
Creator: Kennedy
Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis

[Postcard from the Carry Nation Home in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.]

Description: 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.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

Arkansas.

Description: Map shows early nineteenth century Arkansas township grid, existing towns, and old Cherokee line. Includes key to symbols. Scale [ca. 1:2,025,000].
Date: 1847
Creator: Arkansas. Land Survey Division.
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Map of Arkansas.

Description: Map shows Hot Spring, Fort Smith, Old Cherokee Line, Choctaw and Cherokee Boundaries; public township grid for most but not all of Arkansas.
Date: [1828..1848]
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Map of Arkansas and other territories of the United States.

Description: Map shows Wisconsin/Michigan, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, and portions of Spanish Territory, Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Expedition routes, areas of sandstone, rock salt, limestone, coal, lead mines, and locations of Native American nations and villages are indicated. Includes text in two panels flanking map: "Arkansas Territory" [description]. Relief shown by hachures and pictorially. Scale [ca. 1:5,000,000].
Date: 1822
Creator: Long, Stephen Harriman, 1784-1864
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

United States, North America, according to Calvin, Smith & Tanner: The south central section comprising Texas, Lousiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, Western Territory, and part of Missouri

Description: Map shows county lines, rivers, cities, towns, and cities in Kansas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and portions of Texas, Mississippi, Missouri, and Western Territory. Appears in the author's Companion Atlas to the Gazetteer of the World. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:2,500,000].
Date: 1860
Creator: Swanston, G. H. (George H.)
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Topographical map of the road from Fort Smith Arks. to Santa Fe, N.M. and from Donna Anna N.M. to Fort Smith.

Description: Map shows two routes taken across West Texas from Fort Smith, Arkansas to Santa Fe, New Mexico; settlements, camp locations, landmarks, vegetation, and areas of Native American habitation. Includes notes. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:250,000].
Date: 1850
Creator: Marcy, Randolph Barnes, 1812-1887
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Arkansas.

Description: Map shows Arkansas township grid, existing towns, and boundaries with Cherokee and Choctaw Indian lands during the mid-nineteenth century. Includes key to symbols. Scale [ca. 1:1,190,000].
Date: 1852
Creator: Arkansas. Land Survey Division.
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Map showing the land grants of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern and Little Rock & Fort Smith Railways in Arkansas

Description: Map shows the counties and land grants of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern, and Little Rock & Fort Smith Railways in Arkansas during the late nineteenth century. Includes descriptive text. Scale not given.
Date: [1885..1895]
Creator: Iron Mountain Railway. Land Department.
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library