Twentieth century photograph collection, Special Collections Department, University of Memphis Libraries
Aerial view of Arkansas State Teachers College in Conway, Arkansas, June 1928. Photographer: Clark of Barnes-Echlin photographers. In the foreground from left to right are the Training School, Science Hall, Girl's Dormitory and Pike Hall. The Administration Building is in the background.
Arkansas State Normal School was started in 1908 and was renamed Arkansas State Teachers College in 1925. The school became the State College of Arkansas in 1967 and is now known as the University of Central Arkansas.
"Arkansas State Teachers College, Conway, Arkansas, 1928" (2021). Other images. 426.
Arkansas State Teachers College.