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Heber Springs Commercial Historic District

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Built  1914 (1914)
Opened  1914
Added to NRHP  1 May 2009
NRHP Reference #  09000266
Area  13 ha
Heber Springs Commercial Historic District
Location  100, 200 blocks E. Main St., 100-500 blocks of W. Main St., 100 block of N. and S. 3rd and N. and S. 4th Sts., Heber Springs, Arkansas
Architectural style  Classical Revival, Early Commercial, Moderne

The Heber Springs Commercial Historic District encompasses the early commercial heart of Heber Springs, Arkansas. The district extends along Main Street, between Broadway and 6th Street, including several buildings along some of the cross streets. The area was developed beginning in 1881, and grew in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, featuring a diversity of commercial architecture from that period. Prominent buildings include the Cleburne County Courthouse (1914) and the Morton Building at 101 South 3rd Street, the city's oldest surviving commercial building (1895).

The district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2009. It includes several individually listed properties, including the courthouse, the T.E. Olmstead & Son Funeral Home, and the Woman's Community Club Band Shell in Spring Park.

References

Heber Springs Commercial Historic District Wikipedia


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