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Buffalo River Bridge, Spanning Buffalo River on U.S. Highway 65, Marshall, Searcy County, AR

Buffalo River Bridge, Spanning Buffalo River on U.S. Highway 65, Marsh...

Significance: The Buffalo River Bridge was the first major bridge to span the Buffalo River in north central Arkansas. It is one of the few specimens of the open spandrel concrete deck arch bridge type remaini... More

Buffalo River Bridge, Spanning Buffalo River on U.S. Highway 65, Marshall, Searcy County, AR

Buffalo River Bridge, Spanning Buffalo River on U.S. Highway 65, Marsh...

Significance: The Buffalo River Bridge was the first major bridge to span the Buffalo River in north central Arkansas. It is one of the few specimens of the open spandrel concrete deck arch bridge type remaini... More

Buffalo River Bridge, Spanning Buffalo River on U.S. Highway 65, Marshall, Searcy County, AR

Buffalo River Bridge, Spanning Buffalo River on U.S. Highway 65, Marsh...

Significance: The Buffalo River Bridge was the first major bridge to span the Buffalo River in north central Arkansas. It is one of the few specimens of the open spandrel concrete deck arch bridge type remaini... More

Buffalo River Bridge, Spanning Buffalo River on U.S. Highway 65, Marshall, Searcy County, AR

Buffalo River Bridge, Spanning Buffalo River on U.S. Highway 65, Marsh...

Significance: The Buffalo River Bridge was the first major bridge to span the Buffalo River in north central Arkansas. It is one of the few specimens of the open spandrel concrete deck arch bridge type remaini... More

Buffalo River Bridge, Spanning Buffalo River on U.S. Highway 65, Marshall, Searcy County, AR

Buffalo River Bridge, Spanning Buffalo River on U.S. Highway 65, Marsh...

Significance: The Buffalo River Bridge was the first major bridge to span the Buffalo River in north central Arkansas. It is one of the few specimens of the open spandrel concrete deck arch bridge type remaini... More

Buffalo River Bridge, Spanning Buffalo River on U.S. Highway 65, Marshall, Searcy County, AR

Buffalo River Bridge, Spanning Buffalo River on U.S. Highway 65, Marsh...

Significance: The Buffalo River Bridge was the first major bridge to span the Buffalo River in north central Arkansas. It is one of the few specimens of the open spandrel concrete deck arch bridge type remaini... More

Buffalo River Bridge, Spanning Buffalo River on U.S. Highway 65, Marshall, Searcy County, AR

Buffalo River Bridge, Spanning Buffalo River on U.S. Highway 65, Marsh...

Significance: The Buffalo River Bridge was the first major bridge to span the Buffalo River in north central Arkansas. It is one of the few specimens of the open spandrel concrete deck arch bridge type remaini... More

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, Prentiss County, MS

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, ...

Significance: The Ezra Searcy House was designed and built in 1906 by Daniel Searcy, Ezra's schoolteacher brother. The L-shaped plan of this frame house reflects the care and precision with which Daniel Searcy... More

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, Prentiss County, MS

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, ...

Significance: The Ezra Searcy House was designed and built in 1906 by Daniel Searcy, Ezra's schoolteacher brother. The L-shaped plan of this frame house reflects the care and precision with which Daniel Searcy... More

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, Prentiss County, MS

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, ...

Significance: The Ezra Searcy House was designed and built in 1906 by Daniel Searcy, Ezra's schoolteacher brother. The L-shaped plan of this frame house reflects the care and precision with which Daniel Searcy... More

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, Prentiss County, MS

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, ...

Significance: The Ezra Searcy House was designed and built in 1906 by Daniel Searcy, Ezra's schoolteacher brother. The L-shaped plan of this frame house reflects the care and precision with which Daniel Searcy... More

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, Prentiss County, MS

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, ...

Significance: The Ezra Searcy House was designed and built in 1906 by Daniel Searcy, Ezra's schoolteacher brother. The L-shaped plan of this frame house reflects the care and precision with which Daniel Searcy... More

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, Prentiss County, MS

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, ...

Significance: The Ezra Searcy House was designed and built in 1906 by Daniel Searcy, Ezra's schoolteacher brother. The L-shaped plan of this frame house reflects the care and precision with which Daniel Searcy... More

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, Prentiss County, MS

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, ...

Significance: The Ezra Searcy House was designed and built in 1906 by Daniel Searcy, Ezra's schoolteacher brother. The L-shaped plan of this frame house reflects the care and precision with which Daniel Searcy... More

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, Prentiss County, MS

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, ...

Significance: The Ezra Searcy House was designed and built in 1906 by Daniel Searcy, Ezra's schoolteacher brother. The L-shaped plan of this frame house reflects the care and precision with which Daniel Searcy... More

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