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2004, Little Rock © R. Craig Collins, 2004/8
The Collins family spent Craig's Birthday in Little Rock, April 9 and 10.
We started out at the Curran Hall.
The Old State House (http://www.oldstatehouse.com)
Gracie and Diane in the Old Senate Chamber of the Old State House
Gracie by the Evanesence Platinum CD, at the Arkansas Music display of the Old State House
Diane by the Oval Office display of the Old State House
Ever hear "It is cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey?" Next to the cannon is a brass monkey, with some balls, cannon balls, that is
The girls at Historic Little Rock (http://www.arkansashistory.com/), a museum and collection of preserved houses
The comic book display at Historic Little Rock
The courtyard of Historic Little Rock
A log cabin being readied by Historic Little Rock
Diane at the Museum of Discovery (http://www.amod.org/)
A computing display at the Museum of Discovery showing vacuum tubes and transistors
A computing display at the Museum of Discovery showing storage devices
We also drove around the new Capitol Complex
Macarthur's birthplace, the Barracks at Macarthur Park
Villa Maria, the exterior local for the show 'Designing Women'
A view of RiverMarket, neat the Little Rock. This is where we started out tour that included Mt. Holley Cemetary, Central High, the Old Mill, etc.
Central High School, site of the Integration problems
Clinton's bust, Governor's Mansion
Under contruction, the Clinton Library
A group of pictures from the Old Mill
The girls at the Old Mill
A model of the Wright Flyer at the Aerospace Education Center(http://www.aerospaced.org/)
A Spwith Camel, at the Aerospace Education Center