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American Legion Post No. 131

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Area  less than one acre
Architect  Harness, Lloyd; WPA
NRHP Reference #  93001369
Added to NRHP  2 December 1993
Built  1935
MPS  Searcy County MPS
Opened  1935
American Legion Post No. 131
Location  Center St. W of jct. with Walnut St., Leslie, Arkansas

The American Legion Post No. 131 is a historic meeting hall on Center St. west of its junction with Walnut St., in Leslie, Arkansas. It is a single-story log structure, with a gable roof that extends over the front porch, with large knee braces in the Craftsman style for support. It was built in about 1935 with funding support from the Works Progress Administration (WPA). Its log styling is typical of the Rustic architecture used in WPA projects.

The building was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1993.

References

American Legion Post No. 131 Wikipedia


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