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John Hickman Service Station; Harrison, Arkansas

Published on May 11, 2015 by in News

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The John Hickman Service Station once stood across the street from the Hotel Seville.

 
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City View Camp, Harrison Hill

Published on May 11, 2015 by in News

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The City View Camp used to be located in Harrison, Arkansas on Harrison Hill, across from the current fairgrounds. It was demolished in the 1980s to make way for condominiums that currently stand in this location.

The back of the postcard reads, “Rest and relax where it is cool, with the comfort of knowing you and your personal effects are in absolute safety. City water from a gushing Ozark spring. Mountain top location and overlooking North Arkansas’ leading city. Going south it’s through the city on top of the mountain and going north it’s on top of the mountain just before entering the city. Cooking facilities for those desiring to cook. All modern rustic log cabins. Rates reasonable. Phone 158. Owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ormond.”

 
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We Are Raising Funds For Proper Storage Units For Artifacts

Published on May 11, 2015 by in News

In keeping with our mission statement:
Believing that remembering the past makes for a brighter future; the Boone County Heritage Museum’s purpose is to enable others to experience the heritage, culture and resources of our community by accumulating, preserving, and presenting the past to the public through technology, education and collaboration.
We are in need of proper storage units for our large flat artifacts such as maps,large photographs, and various other archival materials. The cabinets we have chosen will serve our purposes nicely for some time to come. Your donation of any amount will go far in helping us to continue to preserve Boone County’s past and present for the future and will be greatly appreciated. Boone County Heritage Museum is a 501c3 Non-Profit Organization and all donations are tax deductible.

 
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Live At The Boone County Heritage Museum – Bygone Businesses; May 07, 2015

Published on May 9, 2015 by in News

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Live At The Boone County Heritage Museum; April 30, 2015

Published on May 1, 2015 by in News

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In this inaugural live show we took a quick look back at the cornerstone opening that happened on this very day in 2012 which ironically enough was the first day that Jim Bumgardner and Toinette Madison met. We then discussed some headlines and articles from the Harrison Daily Times archives that are at the museum. We also touched on Jim’s favorite topic at the Boone County Heritage Museum; Henry Starr. Thanks for watching and sharing this video and supporting the Boone County Heritage Museum.

 
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Harrison Railyard

Published on April 27, 2015 by in News

Harrison Railyard029(700)An image of the Harrison rail yard when the train used to go through Harrison, Arkansas.  The Harrison Bypass is currently located there.

 
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Vive Allen Monday, April 27th, 2015

Published on April 27, 2015 by in News

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All Roads Lead To Harrison…1941

Published on April 27, 2015 by in News

lead-to-harrisonAll roads lead to Harrison for the Boone County Fair …  in 1941

 
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Harrison First Baptist Church

Published on April 20, 2015 by in News

First Baptist Church(800)This photograph is of the Harrison First Baptist Church when it used to be located across from the Hotel Seville, which is where The Durand Center (North Arkansas College Center Campus) is currently located.  The church is now located on the corner of Pine and Highway 7 South.

 
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Harrison Square circa 1912

Published on April 14, 2015 by in News

1912-2(800)This photograph is of the southwest corner of the square in Harrison, Arkansas circa 1912.

 
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