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Arkansas Postcard Past

by Ray Hanley | December 9, 2022 at 1:31 a.m.
Little Rock, 1910: “You can see our Elks parade,” reads this card sent to New York, N.Y. The Elks liked a parade, and this one traveled Main Street past the intersection with Fifth, today’s Capitol Avenue.


Little Rock, 1910: "You can see our Elks parade," reads this card sent to New York, N.Y. The Elks liked a parade, and this one traveled Main Street past the intersection with Fifth, today's Capitol Avenue. The State National Bank, later the Boyle Building, is to the left. To the center, a parking lot today, was a building housing Union Dentists, promising teeth extracted "without pain."

Arkansas Postcard Past, P.O. Box 2221, Little Rock, AR 72203


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