Once Upon Dickson

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  • Edition: Revised
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2008-07-01
  • Publisher: Phoenix Intl Inc

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"Once Upon Dickson tells the story of Dickson Street, Fayetteville, Arkansas, the colorful and ever-changing link between the center of town and the University campus. Carefully researched, it will appeal to a large popular audience of residents and visitors to the city's premier entertainment district and to University personnel and alumni, for whom it is as memorable in their college experience as Old Main or Razorback Stadium. In a time when Dickson Street is undergoing radical change, the book serves as a reminder that the street has been changing almost from the earliest time in its history. Residences, churches, public institutions, and businesses have come, gone, and sometimes come again, but because of its location, Dickson Street remains at the heart of Fayetteville." "The book contains nearly 370 images, including maps and advertisements. Historic and recent photographs illustrate the changes along Dickson Street throughout the twentieth century."--BOOK JACKET.

Author Biography

Anthony J. Wappel is archivist at the Historic Washington County Court House and a former staff member of the University of Arkansas Libraries' Special Collections Department.

Table of Contents

A Note from the Co-Author
East Dickson Street - An Overviewp. 3
West Dickson Street - An Overviewp. 67
Occupant Inventory North Sidep. 331
Occupant Inventory South Sidep. 353
General Sourcesp. 375
Image Creditsp. 379
Indexp. 385
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