We are disappointed but feel that we must do everything we can to prevent the spread of this pandemic. Preserve Arkansas very much appreciates your support of this tour, and we will let you know as soon as it is rescheduled. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
Again, thank you for your support, and please stay safe and healthy.
Oscar Chambers House
Preserve Arkansas, the only statewide nonprofit advocate for the preservation of Arkansas’s historic places, will hold its next “Mid Mod Arkansas” tour in Fort Smith on March 27-28, 2020. The tour series seeks to increase appreciation for Arkansas’s unique Mid-Century Modern architecture. On Friday, March 27, guests will enjoy a reception and guided tour at the Oscar Chambers House, designed in 1964 by Fayetteville architect Ernie Jacks. On Saturday, March 28, guided tours and refreshments will be offered at the United Hebrew Congregation Temple and the Dr. Neil Crow House. The Temple, designed by Fort Smith architect E. Chester Nelson in 1956, was rebuilt after a fire in 1970 and features a prominent Menorah and projecting brick details on its facade. The Crow House was designed in 1968 by John G. Williams, founding faculty member and longtime chair of the Department of Architecture at the University of Arkansas.
The Gerald and Marjorie Tweedy House, Springdale