Little Rock Culture Vulture

Cultural events, places and people in the Little Rock area


April 5 Architeaser

IMG_4706The above rounded glass blocks are from the Main Street structure now commonly called the Boyle Building.   Built in 1909 as the State National Bank Building, by 1916 it became known as the Boyle Building.  The 12-story, approximately 100,000 square foot building was designed by Little Rock architect George R. Mann.  It was the tallest building in the state from 1909 until the Donaghey building was completed in 1926.

 

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