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Photo of the Week: Old State House

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Old State House

June 21, 2017

Tim Reilly


Old State House photo is featured in our story June in Arkansas History. The legislature worked in what’s now known as the Old State House, construction of which began in 1833, though the building was still incomplete when the state joined the Union.

Photo from the Old State House Museum’s Virtual Tour, go on it here.



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  1. […] Brownlee was a Scottish stonemason who came to Little Rock to help build the State House (the Old Statehouse Museum). He built this particular house for his brother and sister-in-law (which no doubt qualified him as […]

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