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Joe P. Eagle and D. R. Boone Building

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Area  less than one acre
Designated CP  May 10, 1996
NRHP Reference #  94001462
Added to NRHP  9 December 1994
Joe P. Eagle and D. R. Boone Building
Location  105-107 W. Front St., Lonoke, Arkansas
Part of  Lonoke Downtown Historic District (#96000528)
Architecture firm  Charles L. Thompson and associates

The Joe P. Eagle and D. R. Boone Building is a historic commercial building at 105-107 West Front Street in downtown Lonoke, Arkansas. It is a two story red brick building, with a sloping flat roof obscured by parapet, and a brick foundation. It is divided into two sections, articulated by brick pilasters. The left half has an original storefront on the first floor, with plate glass display windows flanking a recessed entrance, while the right half has a more modern (1960s) appearance, with a central display window, with the store entrance on the right and a building entrance to the upper floor on the left. The second-floor on both halves has tripled sash windows, the center one larger, all topped by transom windows. The building was designed by architect Charles L. Thompson and built in 1905.

The building was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1994.

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Joe P. Eagle and D. R. Boone Building Wikipedia


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