Going Greek

Going Greek

Special Exhibit

Going Greek

On exhibit through January 19, 2021

Bid Day at the University of Arkansas, 2019.

Bid Day festivities at the Chi Omega Greek Theatre on the University of Arkansas campus, 2019.

A history of fraternities and sororities at the University of Arkansas, Going Greek explores the role of Greek-letter organizations in campus and community life, from the founding in 1882 of Alpha Tau Omega―the first fraternity at the University of Arkansas―to the more than 30 present-day fraternities and sororities that are part of the University of Arkansas experience.

Going Greek

On exhibit through January 19, 2021

Bid Day at the University of Arkansas, 2019.

Bid Day festivities at the Chi Omega Greek Theatre on the University of Arkansas campus, 2019.

A history of fraternities and sororities at the University of Arkansas, Going Greek explores the role of Greek-letter organizations in campus and community life, from the founding in 1882 of Alpha Tau Omega―the first fraternity at the University of Arkansas―to the more than 30 present-day fraternities and sororities that are part of the University of Arkansas experience.

Model Homes

Model Homes

Special Exhibit

Model Homes

On exhibit through April 11, 2020

a replica of the Albert and and Ida Beadle log cabin located on Highway 71 south of Greenland. It was made by Rusty Lanham in 1999.

Replica of the Albert and and Ida Beadle log cabin located on Highway 71 south of Greenland (Washington County. It was made by Rusty Lanham in 1999. Rusty Lanham Collection

Featuring five handmade replicas of Northwest Arkansas homes from the 1900s. These one-of-a-kind houses were created as children’s dollhouses or as a way to remember a homeplace.

Model Homes

On exhibit through April 11, 2020

a replica of the Albert and and Ida Beadle log cabin located on Highway 71 south of Greenland. It was made by Rusty Lanham in 1999.

Replica of the Albert and and Ida Beadle log cabin located on Highway 71 south of Greenland (Washington County. It was made by Rusty Lanham in 1999. Rusty Lanham Collection

Featuring five handmade replicas of Northwest Arkansas homes from the 1900s. These one-of-a-kind houses were created as children’s dollhouses or as a way to remember a homeplace.

Working on the Railroad

Working on the Railroad

Special Exhibit

Working on the Railroad

Frisco engine 2275, Washington County, Arkansas, circa 1903

Frisco engine 2275, circa 1903. Hobart Percy “Harry” Dutton stands alongside. Washington County Historical Society Collection (P-4444)

On exhibit through June 20, 2020

Explore a photographic history of railroading in the region, from the arrival of trains in 1881 to present-day tourist excursions.

Working on the Railroad

On exhibit through June 20, 2020

Frisco engine 2275, Washington County, Arkansas, circa 1903

Frisco engine 2275, circa 1903. Hobart Percy “Harry” Dutton stands alongside. Washington County Historical Society Collection (P-4444)

Explore a photographic history of railroading in the region, from the arrival of trains in 1881 to present-day tourist excursions.