Photo of the Month Archive
Picking beans at the McGarrah farm near Siloam Springs (Benton County), July 1, 1955. Workers were paid ten cents per pound of beans picked. . . .
Forrest Hazel (1891–1981) and Preston Brogdon (1899–1951) ran a bustling wholesale produce market in downtown Springdale for more than thirty years . . .
Joseph Albert Steele (1866–1931), a lifelong resident of Elm Springs (Benton County, Arkansas), was a storekeeper and buyer and seller of local farm products.
From the 1870s to the 1910s, John Albert and Susan Henbest farmed and raised a family in the Washington County community of Mount Comfort. Their seven daughters are pictured here . . .
General Clayton Gilbert with his grandsons in Bentonville, circa 1918. . . .
The group stands next to a school bus for the Parthenon Consolidate School District. Elmer Casey, who taught at Parthenon . . .
Corner of Spring and Mountain streets, Eureka Springs, circa 1900. The occasion is unknown. At the time of the photo, the building was occupied by . . .
According to the 1910 census, Fayetteville resident Sarah Morton was born in 1855 in Tennessee. Her occupation in 1910 is listed as . . .
Robert Henry Stokenbury and Lydia Johnson Stokenbury of Elkins (Washington County) stand with their children . . .
Audie Sharp and Rhoda Mitchell await hungry children at the Wesley (Madison County) public school . . .
Thomas and Matilda Burnett Mustain family at their home near Silent Grove (Benton County) . . .
Tom Farish (right) and an unidentified worker at a irrigation pond in Lowell (Benton County). The portable pump . . .
Frisco Railroad coaling tower at Fayette Junction, a switchyard that was located near the present-day intersection . . .
A bountiful table was set for an elegant dinner at the W. H. Cecil home in Boone County, circa 1905. . . .
Bobby Smitherman (from left), with Debbie, Greg, and Mike Mohney, take a look at the new Highway 12 bridge spanning . . .