HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE IN PINE BLUFF, AR

Hudson-Grace-Pearson Home

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Built:  around 1830

 

Located in the historic district of town, this Victorian-style home was the residence of the famous archer, bow hunter and manufacturer, Ben Pearson. Built by M.E. Hudson, this private home was the one-time home of W.P. Grace, a delegate to the 1861 Secession Convention and chairman of the committee that drew up the ordinance removing Arkansas from the Union. This home was originally a one-story structure and was altered over the years into a two-story house reflecting the details of the French Victorian style.

716 W. Barraque St., Pine Bluff, AR

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