Southeast Arkansas

1. Oak Grove School
S of Hwy. 270 east of Sheridan, 1938 frame Craftsman school built by Works Progress Administration, 06/14/91.
2. Tucker School
Vandalsen Drive, Tucker, ca. 1915 Craftsman-style school, 06/10/05.
3. Walter B. Sorrells Cottage
off Hwy. 104 near Pine Bluff, 1920 Boys Industrial School designed by Pine Bluff architect Mitchell Seligman with Craftsman and English Revival details, 12/22/82.
4. University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Campus
Three UAPB structures are listed on the National Register. They are Caldwell Hall, 1928, 12/22/72; W. E. O ?Bryant Bell Tower, 1943-47, 06/03/98, and John Brown Watson Memorial Library, 1939, 1/13/06.
5. Mount Olive Rosenwald School
Bradley Co. Rd. 45 south of Sumpter, 1927 Colonial Revival-style school built through Julius Rosenwald Fund, 01/21/04.
6. Chicot County Training School
SW corner of Hazel and N. School Sts., Dermott, 1929 Craftsman-style structure built with assistance of Rosenwald Fund, 05/26/04.
7. Jerome Elementary School
#22, Louisiana St., Jerome, 1930 Craftsman-style structure, 09/28/05.
8. Arkansas City High School
Robert S. Moore Ave. and President St., Arkansas City, 1910 Renaissance Revival school, 10/04/84.