Five Arkansas properties, including the Mary H. Matthews Lustron House in Little Rock, were added to the National Register of Historic Places on Wednesday, officials said.
The Lustron House is a 1949 steel-frame building with walls covered in square, porcelain-enameled steel panels. The Lustron House style was developed as a prefabricated house that could be put together cheaply and quickly on its site, a Department of Arkansas Heritage news release states.
The other four properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places are:
• Morrilton Colored School at Morrilton, built in 1934.
• Victor Cicero Kays House in Jonesboro, built in 1936.
• Northern Ohio School in Parkin, built in 1910.
• Hankins’ Store in Oil Trough, built in 1904.