This week’s featured photo shows campers enjoying summer activities at Gypsy Camp for Girls. The camp was operational just south of Siloam Springs on Highway 59 from 1921 until 1978. Click the link to read about the camp’s history and its future.Read More
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Without photos of historic Siloam Springs taken by J. E. and J. H. Suttle, local historians would find it more difficult to envision downtown Siloam in the early 1900’s. Their work represented a large percentage of the photos taken of Siloam around this time. This week’s issue of Found in the Archives features a photo of one of the Suttle photographers and members of his family, donated to the museum in 1986.Read More
This week's featured photos were donated to the museum in 1983. They document a private pilot’s flight around the Siloam Springs area and provide a unique perspective on Siloam in the early 1980’s.Read More
This week's Found In The Archives features several 1907 photos of Rev. Lovic P. Law and gives information about the Siloam Springs Chautauqua building, at which Law was an occasional speaker.Read More
These photos from our archives, donated in 1972, show a rushing and bloated Sager Creek from the Twin Springs area at the south end of what is now Broadway Street. See how Twin Springs Park looked in 1928.Read More