Antique stereoviews of Eureka Springs

Stereo-views of picturesque Eureka Springs in the 1880s-90s, where much of the action of the “People of the Water” cycle is set. You can view many, if not all, of these in an antique stereo-viewer at the Eureka Springs Historical Museum. (I’ll try to add more in later posts.)

I believe this is the second “Flatiron Building” at the intersection of Spring Street (left) and Main Street (right).
A group photograph taken at the Harding Spring.
Another Harding Spring group photo, with the “Lover’s Leap” steamboat-bow formation visible in the background.
The Basin Park, with the Southern Hotel visible in the background. It was damaged in an 1890 fire, and destroyed by one in 1932.
Harding Spring is visible in the background of this photo of stylish women posing on its boardwalk.

About W. Keith Brenton

W. Keith Brenton is a retired communication specialist, minister and passenger train conductor, living and writing in the historic resort village Eureka Springs, Arkansas. He is the widowed adoptive dad of Matt and Laura, and Pop-Pop to one grandchild. He enjoys drinking the local water, but unfortunately doesn’t look any younger than his actual age.
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