#2 of 365 Things To Do In Hot Springs Arkansas

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"Hot Springs: A Journey Through History" - Photography Exhibit On a hot summers day, you can get in from the heat and into the state of the art Convention Center!

While you are there you won't want to miss this opportunity to view the collection of photographs from the Garland County Historical Society that is displayed daily at the Hot Springs Convention Center.

Some the new additions of photographs include:

* Babe Ruth at the Hot Springs Country Club, circa 1923, with the Babe holding his golf club like a baseball bat.

* Ruth drinking from a water pump at the Hot Springs Country Club, also circa 1923.

* Ruth riding a horse at Oaklawn Jockey Club, also circa 1923.

* Cy Young, the legendary baseball pitcher, March 23, 1907. This photo was taken during spring training for pitchers held in Whittington Park. At the time Young was the player/manager for the Boston Americans (later renamed the Boston Red Sox).

Hope you get a chance to view and become part of the History of Hot Springs!

Hot Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau
134 Convention Boulevard – Hot Springs, AR 71901
Phone: 501-321-2835 or 1-800-SPA-CITY

Posted by

Laurie Rushing
(501) 318-3200

Trademark Real Estate, Inc.

4262 Central Avenue
Hot Springs, AR, 71913



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Michael Ford
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Laurie great to see you post on Active Rain.  We had a Great Time with the 2010 Arkansas Leadership class last night in Heber!  Looking forward to seeing you soon!

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