• High School - Siloam Springs AR
    A Work Progress Administration marker is encased in a brick monument on the grounds of Southside Elementary School, on the West Tulsa Street (north) side of the school property. According to the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History, the WPA constructed a high school here in 1940. It remained on this property until 1994, when it was demolished to make way for the construction of the current elementary school. The bricks of the monument are actual bricks from the old WPA school, and the concrete WPA stone is the original cornerstone from the building.
  • Post Office (former) - Siloam Springs AR
    The historic post office building in Siloam Springs, Arkansas was constructed in 1937 with federal funding. The building is now privately owned.
  • Post Office (former) Mural - Siloam Springs AR
    The Section of Fine Arts-funded oil-on-canvas mural "Lumbering in Arkansas" was painted for the Siloam Springs post office by Bertrand R. Adams in 1940. "Bertrand Adams was commissioned for $600 to create a mural for Siloam Springs, Arkansas as a result of competent work submitted in the Dubuque, Iowa, Section of Fine Arts competition. He had a significant amount of trouble determining his subject matter and the Section critiqued his style and subject more than any other artist that created a mural for Arkansas. Adams, discouraged by these dilemmas, decided to resign from the commission, but was convinced by Rowan to...