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Uncle Hod Overloaded, Bob Burns Home in Van Buren G5021.25 Bob Burns, known for his popular radio drama “The Arkansas Traveller” and hillbilly persona, was a humorist and musician from Van Buren, Arkansas. He appeared on Bing Crosby’s “Kraft Music Hall” for several years and co-starred in Rhythm on the Range. He went on to appear in several films. His radio drama ran from 1941-1947. His childhood home in Van Buren was a museum for several years.

Raised by Grandpa snazzy, Bob Burns Home in Van Buren G5021.24, Bob Burns, known for his popular radio drama “The Arkansas Traveller” and hillbilly persona, was a humorist and musician from Van Buren, Arkansas. He appeared on Bing Crosby’s “Kraft Music Hall” for several years and co-starred in Rhythm on the Range. He went on to appear in several films. His radio drama ran from 1941-1947. His childhood home in Van Buren was a museum for several years.

Bob Burns Home in Van Buren Arkansas History Commission G 4458.3 Bob Burns, known for his popular radio drama “The Arkansas Traveller” and hillbilly persona, was a humorist and musician from Van Buren, Arkansas. He appeared on Bing Crosby’s “Kraft Music Hall” for several years and co-starred in Rhythm on the Range. He went on to appear in several films. His radio drama ran from 1941-1947. His childhood home in Van Buren was a museum for several years.

The Odd Fellows Widow's and Orphan's Home in Batesville, Arkansas, circa 1912. Established in 1898, the orphanage took in widows and orphans of its deceased members. It closed in 1929. AHC3915, Arkansas History Commission.

OLDEST BUILDING IN LITTLE ROCK: picture taken in the 1930s of the Hinderliter Grog Shop, at 3rd and Cumberland Streets. Jesse Hinderliter began the grog shop around 1827 as a cypress log structure. The building served as both his business and the home he shared with his wife. The building has been restored and is now part of the Department of Arkansas Heritage's Historic Arkansas Museum.

Little Rock College, Service, Science and Administration buildings Little Rock College was established in 1908 by the Catholic Diocese of Little Rock by Bishop Morris as a way to anti-Catholic prejudice. The college closed in 1930. The campus is located on Tyler Street and is now home to the St. John Catholic Center. Arkansas State Archives G954.8

I always have a good time in Little Rock, Arkansas, AHCG5300-208