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1980 Historic Register Survey

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The following streets have changed names since 1980:
Nova Street - may be listed under Alamo Alley
E. Van Buren - may be listed under Berryville Drive
W. Van Buren - may be listed under Leatherwood Rd

Also: Some house numbers have changed slightly over the years, so try entering adjacent house numbers if you don't find the exact property you are looking for. For example, if you were looking for 2 Pine St, you'd have to search for 4 Pine St, because that was its assigned number back in 1980.

About This Collection: On February 21, 1979, the Eureka Springs Preservation Society was awarded a grant to conduct a comprehensive survey of all the structures within the Eureka Springs Historic District. At that time there were over 1,000 buildings in the district within city limits with only 1,700 permanent residents, making Eureka Springs one of the largest historical districts per capita. Photographers for this project included Robert "Butch" Berry, Joseph Dorn, J. Michael Kanouff, Lisa Bromstad Knapp, Ned Shank, Teddy Crowell, Randy Thompson, and others. By 1980, all structures within the city limits had been surveyed and photographed. These records were digitized from 2013 to 2023 by Eureka Springs Historical Museum staff and have been uploaded here for historical property research purposes.