The relationship between towns and their higher education institutions is an intriguing one, and it can swing from hearty togetherness to outright antagonism. The relationship between the University of Arkansas and its hometown of Fayetteville has generally been a pleasant one, and this digital collection offers up 500 photographs of both "town" and "gown". The collection is party of their "Shared History" collection, and the money for the project was donated by the Happy Hollow Foundation. The photographs here include the town square, the Washington-Willow Historic District, and notable University of Arkansas buildings, including Razorback Stadium. Visitors can search the image collection, or they can browse a few selected topics, including "Churches", "Students", and "Old Main".


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  • Arts > Photography
  • Social Studies > General
  • Social Studies > State History
  • Social Studies > United States History

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