NWA and River Valley Sites Nominated to Be on National Register of Historic Places

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Two locations in the Northwest Arkansas and River Valley area have been nominated to be put on the National Register of Historic Places.

The location in NWA is the Dr. James Patrick House in Fayetteville. The Dr. James Patrick House is located on North Williams Drive and was built in 1965 and 1966 by a design from Fayetteville architect Ernie Jacks. The nomination calls the house “an outstanding example of the Mid-Century Modern style of architecture in Fayetteville.”

The other location is the First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Fort Smith. The church is located at D Street North and is a Gothic Revival-style built in 1901 and 1904. The nomination calls the house “an excellent example of a masonry Gothic Revival style church.”

Thirteen Arkansas properties were considered for the nomination and a total of 10 got the nomination.

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