Preserve Arkansas featured four El Dorado homes in our next virtual Mid Mod Arkansas tour. The tour seeks to increase appreciation for Arkansas’s unique Mid-Century Modern architecture. The first video included the Henley and Riley houses designed in 1960 by celebrated Arkansas architect E. Fay Jones, who spent most of his childhood living in El Dorado. The second video highlighted the Gilliam-Wilson and Clark houses, designed in 1957 and 1960, respectively, by Charles Ripley. Ripley was a contemporary of Fay Jones, graduating in 1951 from the University of Arkansas’s new architecture program. Thanks to our generous sponsors, these virtual tours are free.
Oscar Chambers House
Dr. Neil Crow House
United Hebrew Congregation Temple
Gerald and Marjorie Tweedy House, Springdale