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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.

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.

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.

Commercial district of Hazen. On the right are businesses including Ashby's Café. On the left is a park with a gazebo. Unknown date. AHC5831.10

Commercial district of Hazen. On the right are businesses including Ashby's Café. On the left is a park with a gazebo. Unknown date.

Twin Pine Islands, Narrows Lake, Murfreesboro, Pike County, Arkansas. Southeast Arkansas Regional Archives SARA_PHC551

Twin Pine Islands, Narrows Lake, Murfreesboro, Pike County, Arkansas. Southeast Arkansas Regional Archives SARA_PHC551

Gold Rush prostitutes in Alaska.

Alaskan-girls Gold Rush beauties show off the wares. The difficult lengthy journey to Dawson City or Ketchikan gold fields may ultimately have been financially rewarding.

Frisco train depot in Rogers, unknown date.

Frisco train depot in Rogers, unknown date.

First Baptist Church in Conway, postmarked 1916 AHC1335

First Baptist Church in Conway, postmarked 1916

Free Ferry Drive in Fort Smith. circa 1909. AHC5801.1

Free Ferry Drive in Fort Smith.

Inside a mid-19th c. brothel.

Prostitutes, "What's a Poor Girl to do? Prostitution in Mid-Nineteenth Century America".

People boating on Lake La Bellatine in Sulphur Springs Arkansas State Archives G4450 #TBT

Sepia postcard of people boating on Lake La Bellatine in Sulphur Springs, unknown date.

Hotel Seville in Harrison, unknown date. AHC3990

Hotel Seville in Harrison, unknown date.

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