4-H House - University of Arkansas - Fayetteville AR
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Where's George
N 36° 04.320 W 094° 10.465
15S E 394246 N 3992572
Quick Description: This placard describes the history of a building that once stood here - Lindell Ave @ Douglas St. Provided by the Arkansas Alumni Association in 2011.
Location: Arkansas, United States
Date Posted: 5/19/2014 1:45:33 PM
Waymark Code: WMKR0W
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member arkansas stickerdude
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Long Description:
Marker Text -


4H HOUSE

In 1932, the Arkansas Council of Home

Demonstration Clubs established the

first Women's 4H House in America at the

University of Arkansas. Nine students lived in

the house during its first year, but it proved

so popular that the Council began raising

money for a larger more permanent building.

A stone house was built on this corner

in 1951 and was home each year to 40

women who paid $35 per month in cash

or commodities. In 1977, it was sold to a

fraternity and later used as a residence by

other groups before being torn down in

2003 to make way for the Garland Center.

1951 - 2003

Architect E. Chester Nelson designed the building which included living

space, a game room, 20 bedrooms, a glassed in porch and a music room.
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