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story.lead_photo.caption HOT SPRINGS, circa 1951: One of the first ethnic eateries in Hot Springs was Snyder’s Mexican Hacienda, which could be reached at phone No. 221. The card listed the location as U.S. 70 North, but Hot Springs residents remember it was on Arkansas 7 near the entrance to Gorge Road. The building has been gone for decades. Arkansas Postcard Past, P.O. Box 2221, Little Rock, AR 72203

HOT SPRINGS, circa 1951 -- One of the first ethnic eateries in Hot Springs was Snyder's Mexican Hacienda, which could be reached at phone No. 221. The card listed the location as U.S. 70 North, but Hot Springs residents remember it was on Arkansas 7 near the entrance to Gorge Road. The building has been gone for decades.

Arkansas Postcard Past, P.O. Box 2221, Little Rock, AR 72203

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