Tour Showcases Mid-Century Architecture
Posted: November 11, 2012 at 4:34 a.m.
When Mark and Carie Pryor bought their home four years ago, they didn’t realize others would want a sneak peek inside.
At A Glance
Fayetteville Tour Homes
Hantz House, 1950
Location: 855 Fairview Drive
Significance: Designed by E. Fay Jones when he was a student at the University of Arkansas. The home was originally owned by Harold and Katherine Hantz.
Durst House, 1951
Location: 857 Fairview Drive
Significance: Designed by John G. Williams, founder of the Architecture Department at the University of Arkansas. Williams taught E. Fay Jones in the first graduating class at the UA. The home was originally owned by David Durst.
Seagraves House, 1962
Location: 217 Oklahoma Way
Significance: Designed and built by Warren Seagraves for his family. Seagraves designed many public buildings in the area.
The Fulbright Building, 1962
Location: 217 E. Dickson St.
Significance: Designed by Warren Seagraves to house the Roberta Fulbright Public Library.
Source: Staff Report
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