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After graduation, she did post-graduate work at the Art Institute in Chicago, where she became acquainted with the pioneer social worker, Ja
(Extracted from research done by four U of A students – Alfred Crozier, Robert Hess, Tommy Jameson, David Perry - for their Historic Pres...
The eight-hour ‘The Blue and the Gray’ is a television miniseries that first aired on CBS in November 1982.
‘Man Outside’, originally called ‘Solitary Man’, is a modestly budgeted independent romance-thriller made and set in rural Arkansas.
Gay Pratt Markham was the only child of D. H. and Joy Pratt Markham. He was born in March 1928, grew up on Markham Hill (Hilltop), and di...
The camp program is based on building a home in the woods, and day campers participate in many activities related to this theme.
(written by Mary Hughes and edited by Lisa Orton) Bud Saunders, one of the first persons I knew who lived on Markham Hill in a cabin and w...
In frosty weather I'd stand on the edge naked working up my nerve, jump in then miraculously find myself standing on the edge again. Soap u
Listen Here Having grown up in Little Rock, Arkansas, my move to Markham Hill as a college student was a dramatic shift. I moved into the...
"One thing not widely understood about impacts of development... is that... Entire populations of these animals are destroyed."
Back in the 1960s, I met an elderly gentleman named Ward Pennington, who lived alone in a traditional Ozark cabin in the woods atop Markham
The campgrounds covered forty-six acres, with a camp for boys in a western meadow and a camp for girls in an eastern meadow.
(Copied from a 1941 article in the local newspaper about Joy Pratt Markham and her love of horses.) Listen Here The hobby that Joy Pratt ...
The 1929 Waterman-Archer House is an intact example of Tudor architecture.