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“Lake Village, and Its Place on the Map of Arkansas as Remodeled by Modern Advancement—Its Many Advantages”

In 1906, Lake Village earned a 4-column spread on the front page of Section Seven of the Pine Bluff Daily Graphic describing its growth from 1856 from fewer than 200 inhabitants until the Iron Mountain railroad in 1897 boosted growth … Continue reading

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Former bank, pharmacy in Lake Village, Arkansas

This circa 1908 building in Lake Village, Arkansas (currently available for rent) once housed a bank until the early 1940s (Rachel Silva, 2011,¬†Walks Through History: Lake Village CHD). ¬† After a brief stint in the building by “The Friendly Store” … Continue reading

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