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Waxhaws

Waxhaws

945 South College Avenue, Fayetteville, Arkansas

Built in 1836 by Arkansas's first congressman and second governor, Archibald Yell, Waxhaws stood on a little hill on South College Avenue, approximately where the Fayetteville Senior Center is today. Efforts to save the building were unsuccessful and it was torn down so that a newer house could be built. (Photo by Walter J. Lemke)

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