Yesterday’s Architeaser was one of the blue roses which are found on the Junior League of Little Rock building. Little Rock Architect Theo Sanders designed the building in 1908 as the home for the Elks in Little Rock, with construction occurring in two phases over the next several years as fundraising permitted. In 1927 it was purchased by the Women’s City Club and served as their headquarters until the building was purchased in 2001 by the Junior League of Little Rock. Though the building was renovated and restored, it still bears markings of both original previous tenants as well as the Junior League.
Here is today’s Architeaser. It is one of the rare non-rose flowers on a building in Little Rock.