Eureka Springs Centennial Time Capsule - Eureka Springs AR
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N 36° 24.126 W 093° 44.257
15S E 433858 N 4028801
Quick Description: The tall round column or obelisk houses a Time Capsule and was dedicated on July 4, 1979 as a Centennial Monument by the Centennial Committee The capsule is within the stone base and not to be opened until July 4, 2079.
Location: Arkansas, United States
Date Posted: 11/19/2012 6:50:57 PM
Waymark Code: WMFQQ6
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member QuesterMark
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Long Description:
This Historical Marker
Placed and Dedicated
October 25, 1979
To commemorate
The Centennial Year of
Eureka Springs Arkansas
Founded July 4, 1879
Seal 100 Centennial Eureka Springs Arkansas
1879 — 1979
Eureka Springs
Centennial Committee
John F. Cross Stephen D. Chyrche
Co-Chair
R.E. Rennels Madge Terrill Alan D. Epley Clio R. Miller
Mrs. Gerald Eicher Renata Martz Tilman Morgan Tobert Chambern
Tony deLeuw Ira H. Whitney Dixie Worley Johnson Charles Carpenter
Rev. Norman Clark Phillip Bullock Dr. Ross VanPelt Marshall Johnson
Edd Jeffords John Gaskin Richard Kelley Bob Davis
June Westphal, Executive-Secretary Dan Underwood, Architectural Sempier
Time Capsule Enclosed Within the Base
Of This Marker to be Opened July 4, 2079
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