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Archives from the Pryor Center

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Archives from the David and Barbara Pryor Center for Oral and Visual History
  • Gerald L.K. Smith fanned antisemitic flames during his career as a politician, spokesman and activist. He moved to Eureka Springs in the 1960s and led the construction of Christ of the Ozarks.
  • On today's show, advocating for the arts at the state Capitol. Plus, the history of the man who brought Christ of the Ozarks to Eureka Springs, a new play at University of Arkansas Theatre, and much more.