ASA Chitose Association
2017 North Little Rock Arkansas
Tour Day 1
Photos from Roy Baum, Willa Nichols, Phil Peters, Jim Edens and John Etheridge
Our tour bus.
State House Little Rock Arkansas
The Little Rock Nine was a group of nine African American students enrolled in Little Rock Central High School in 1957.
Their enrollment was followed by the Little Rock Crisis, in which the students were initially prevented from entering the racially segregated
school by Orval Faubus, the Governor of Arkansas. They then attended after the intervention of President Dwight D. Eisenhower
Little Rock Central High School
Some of our members at the visitor center.
Ron Nichols, Harry Hopkins and John Etheridge
Ruth Alpaugh, Eileen and Andy Goodrich with Willa Nichols outside the visitors center.
T.R. Pugh Memorial Park. That is fake wood designed by Dioncio Rodriguez. (Great photo taken by Roy Baum)
Al and Kathleen Tarlecki and fake wood. Jan Patten and Mary Calder and the Old Red Mill
The Old Red Mill at T.R. Pugh Memorial Park
Sylvia and Martin Rossback
Mary Calder, Jim Damon, Jan Patten, John Etheridge, Martin and Sylvia Rossbach.
Carolyn and Dennis Robson relaxing in the park.
Faux Bois (fake wood) and the Old Red Mill
Kieko Murphy, Jeanette Gardner, and Linda Mitchell relaxing in the park.
Time for lunch at the Diamond Bear Brewery
Harry and Lily Garcia enjoying lunch with other members of the group.
Looks good Mary
Sylvia Rossbach and Deretha Ames and others enjoying the great food and drink.
Arriving at the Clinton Museum: Linda and Bill Mitchell, Bobbie Screws.
John Etheridge, Jan Patten, Harry Garcia and Carolyn Robson preparing to enter the Clinton Museum.
A view from inside the Clinton Museum
A view from the museum of Little Rock and the bridge heading to North Little Rock .