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Preserve Arkansas’s 2021 Most Endangered Places list includes a Greek Revival landmark with statewide significance, Little Rock’s oldest municipal golf course, and the home of an Ashley County physician.

The announcement took place on May 5 in front of the former Woodruff Elementary School in Little Rock, which was included on the 2017 Most Endangered list but is now being rehabilitated to serve as apartments and restaurant space. The Most Endangered Places Program began in 1999 to raise awareness of historically and architecturally significant properties facing threats such as demolition, deterioration, and insensitive development. Preserve Arkansas solicited nominations from individuals and organizations throughout the state. The list is updated each year to generate discussion and support for saving the places that matter to Arkansans.

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Browse our database of Most Endangered Places listings here.

Threatened Three

The 2021 List of Arkansas’s Most Endangered Places

 Name  Description  Photo
Pike-Fletcher-Terry House
Little Rock, Pulaski County
An imposing Greek Revival residence built in 1840 and the home of three notable Arkansas families that sits vacant and suffering from years of deferred maintenance.  
War Memorial Golf Course
Little Rock, Pulaski County
The City’s oldest municipal golf course, now listed in the National Register of Historic Places, was closed in 2019 and now faces uncertain development plans.  
Dr. Robert George Williams House
Parkdale, Ashley County
The Colonial Revival-style home of a prominent Ashley County physician and civic booster that is now overgrown and deteriorating.