Old Bell Telephone Building (NRIS 87001353)

Address: 100 blk. of Ash St., Osceola, AR. County/parish: Mississippi.

1 contributing building.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places August 06, 1987.

Part of Osceola MRA (NRIS 64000029).

From Wikipedia:

Old Bell Telephone Building (Osceola, Arkansas)
The Old Bell Telephone Building is a historic commercial building at 109 North Ash Street in downtown Osceola, Arkansas. It is a two story flat-roof brick building, built in 1911 to house the town's telephone exchange. The building is three bays wide, with the door in the right bay, with a transom window above. There is an original brass slot for accepting payments between the doorway and the center window. The builing was built by R. C. Rose, a local attorney who owned the telephone exchange. (read more...)

Architects:

  • Rose, R. C.

Architectural styles:

  • No Style Listed