Garland County: Our History and Heritage - Errata Sheet

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XIV, line 15

Katerine

Katherine

XIV, line 17

Carolyn

Caroline

18, caption

The Grand Central Hotel

The Hot Springs Hotel, built by William Gaines circa 1870, burned in the fire of 1878.  The hotel stood between the present Park boundary to Spring Street.

65, top photo caption

ca. 1885

ca. 1896

135, Col 2, lines 52-54

. . . It was owned by Jerome W. Whipple. The hotel was purchased from Jerome W. Whipple by John Asimos in 1946 and renamed the Desoto Hotel.

It was once owned by Jerome W. Whipple. The Howe was renamed Desoto Hotel in 1937. The Desoto Hotel was purchased from Jerome W. Whipple by John Asimos in 1946.

149, Col 1, line 28

Sam Spargo

Mrs. Sam Sargo

178, line 6

Troop No. 2 of Pearcy

Troop No. 65 of Pearcy

181, line 9

Saline County

Hot Spring County

209, line 7, 1st column

American

National

229, Col 2, line 5

The name was changed in 1946 to the DeSoto Hotel when Will Howe sold the hotel to John Asimos.

The name was changed in 1937 to Desoto Hotel. John Asimos bought the Desoto in 1946.

246, picture caption

1906

1908

281, line 18,19

The pipe organ was installed in 1925 as was the “Empty Tomb” stained glass window.

The “Empty Tomb” stained glass window was installed in 1915, the pipe organ in 1925.

281, line 18

… by 1914 the present sanctuary was completed.

… by 1915 the present sanctuary was completed.

290, first column line 24

Fleischner, Falk, Rephan, Kirsch, and Schlesinger.

Fleischner, Falk, Rephan, Kirsch, Schlesinger, and Greenberg.

558, Col 2, lines 18, 19, and 28

Rainwaters

Rainwater

559, first column, line 6

October 5, 1906

October 5, 1907

600, first column, line 16

Speers. Earl is buried in Buckville Cemetery in Garland County.

Speers. Their children are Judith, Donna, and Paula.
Note: he is not dead.

629 (Index)

Omitted from text

Aaron, Issac, 443
Aaron, Susan, 443
Abbington, John, 544
Abbott, Alfred Bemont “Hat”, 390
Abbott, Caroline “Carrie” Mickelsen, 390
Abbott, Greeley Thomas, 518
Abbott, Imogene
Abbott, Samuel Bemont, 390
Abbott, Shirley Jeanne
Abbott, Shirley Jeanne, 390
Abbott, Velma Loyd, 390
Abell, Martha, 482
Abernathy, Esther, 608
Abernathy, Jennifer Lynn, 391
Abernathy, M. F. “Bill”, 391
Abernathy, Mamie, 596
Abernathy, Mamie Ruth, 391, 593, 625
Abernathy, Mamie Ruth Stranburg, 390-1, 406, 495, 503, 528, 587, 593, 594, 596, 617
Abernathy, Scott William, 391
Abernathy, Stacy, 417
Abernathy, William Howard “Billy”, 391, 495, 592
Ackrenden, Margaret, 401
Adams, Ara Tracey, 621
Adams, Earl, 621
Adams, Elizabeth Jane, 474
Adams, Ernest Clyde, 456
Adams, Frances Ella, 400
Adams, Frances Marvin “Frank”, 391
Adams, Ida Francis, 533
Adams, James, 600
Adams, John “Jon”, 391
Adams, Lockie Lee, 578
Adams, Mae, 487
Adams, Margaret Helen, 485

662, Col 1

Lake Catherine State Park, 186, 343

Lake Catherine State Park, 183, 186, 343

677, Col 2

Rainwaters, Edith Jane, 559
Rainwaters, Grace Sand, 559
Rainwaters, Lewis, 558
Rainwaters, Mancen D., 558
Rainwaters, Mary Evelyn, 559
Rainwaters, Maurice Peter “Pete”, 559

Rainwater, Edith Jane, 559
Rainwater, Grace Sand, 559
Rainwater, Lewis, 558
Rainwater, Mancen D., 558
Rainwater, Mary Evelyn, 559
Rainwater, Maurice Peter “Pete”, 559

684, Col 3

Spargo

Sargo