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Some may be clicked on for a larger photograph -- see descriptions below

Arlington Hotel.Army and Navy Football Team.Army and Navy Football Team.Ozark Bathhouse.Quapaw Bathhouse.

Description of photographs beginning top row going left to right:

  • A view of the Arlington Hotel looking down from West Mountain.  Courtesy of Joy Buchheit Robinson

  • #1 was coach Richard M. Ryan, a Hot Springs attorney; #2 Reeder; #3 Roberts; #4 Neiman; #5 Campbell; #6 Nelson; #7 McConathy; #8 Smith; #9 Elkins; #10 Crawn; #11 Hoffman; #12 was Martin Bozak.  Martin was born 25 August 1886 and died 13 May 1952 and is buried in the American Legion Section (block D) of Greenwood Cemetery in Hot Springs; #13 Kosler; #14 Farrell; #15 Crouette; #16 Anderson.  Mr. Bozak was the uncle of the submitter Harry Reinert.  (You can click on this one for an enlarged photograph.)

  • Army and Navy Football Team; champions 1918.  Courtesy of Harry Reinart

  • Ozark Bathhouse -- The Ozark is of Spanish Revival Style and contains 14,000 square feet. It is located on "Bathhouse Row" in downtown Hot Springs on Central Avenue.  Courtesy of Dave Hays

  • Quapaw Bathhouse -- It was completed in 1922 and boasts 24,000 square feet. It is of Colonial Revival Styling and is located on beautiful "Bathhouse Row" in downtown Hot Springs on Central Avenue.  Courtesy of Leon Rowland Moore