• water flowing over rocks into basin

    Hot Springs

    National Park Arkansas

Photographs

HOSP 5446

Catalog Number = HOSP 5446

National Park Service image

Black and white print, Assistant Superintendent Thomas Boles with Mrs. Allen, wife of park Superintendent Thomas Allen, 1932

 
Park Superintendent's Residence

Catalog Number = HOSP 1245

National Park Service image

Black & white photographic print, aerial view; Hot Springs National Park superintendent's residence 1892-1914; assistant superintendent's residence from 1920 until its demolition in 1958; Hot Springs Mountain Drive barely visible at top of photo

 
Maurice Bathhouse Mens Bath Hall

Catalog Number = HOSP 1763

National Park Service image

Black & white photograph, portrait; Maurice Bathhouse men's bath hall; Bath attendant Herbert Wilson offering water to male patron (in tiled tub); 1950s

Did You Know?

black and white photo of Rector's bathhouse, a small one story frame building near the edge of Hot Springs Creek

In May 1862, Arkansas Governor Henry Massie Rector moved the state government to his hotel and bathhouse located on Hot Springs Reservation, now Hot Springs National Park. That July, the government seat was moved further south to Old Washington for the remainder of the Civil War.