CAMDEN A dozen Arkansas properties have been added to the National Register of Historic Places, according to a news release from the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program.
“Our National Register historians put together compelling presentations to the National Park Service showcasing a well-rounded slate of Arkansas properties,” said Arkansas Heritage Director Jimmy Bryant. “From a cemetery to a railroad depot, and from homes with unique architectural features to places of worship, these sites illustrate our state’s history and diversity.”
New properties added to the list include:
• Spring-Harrison Historic District, Camden (Ouachita County)
• Bella Vista Village Country Club, Bella Vista (Benton County)
• Highway A-1 Bridge, Plummerville (Conway County)
• City Cemetery, Hot Springs (Garland County)
• Perry Rock Island Railroad Depot, Perry (Perry County)
• Irvin and Elizabeth Daniel House, North Little Rock (Pulaski County)
• Locust Street Overpass, North Little Rock (Pulaski County)
• Newbill-Porter House, Little Rock (Pulaski County)
• Oak Forest United Methodist Church, Little Rock (Pulaski County)
• Millett, Robert and Marion, House No. 1, North Little Rock (Pulaski County)
• United Hebrew Congregation Tilles Memorial Temple, Fort Smith (Sebastian County)
• Morrow Farmstead, Morrow (Washington County)
The preservation program’s State Review Board meets three times a year and nominates properties to the National Register.