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ItemArmy and Navy Hospital(Mrs. F.C. Boving; Hot Springs National Park, Ark., 1942-04-14)Postcard of the Army and Navy Hospital in Hot Springs, Arkansas. "The Hot Springs at Hot Springs National Park, Ark., are owned and controlled by the U.S. Government and endorsed to its people. Physicians, Bath Houses and Attendants are under Government Supervision." ItemSt. Michael Hospital(Mrs. Otto Moore, Texarkana, Ark.; E.C. Kropp Co. Milwaukee, Wis., 1949-05-29)Postcard of the St. Michael Hospital in Texarkana, Arkansas. "St. Michael Hospital is conducted by the Sisters of Charity of The Incarnate Word. It was built equipped at a cost of $2,000,000.00. Located on Fifth and Hazel Streets, Texarkana, Arkansas. ItemBuckstaff Bath House(Coggins News Agency, Hot Springs, Ark, 1954)Postcard of the Buckstaff Bath House located in Hot Springs, Arkansas. "Established 1832, Nation's Health Resort Accommodations to suit any purse. Where the sick get well and the well stay well. A course of baths will add years to your life. L. N. Hogaboom, Mgr." ItemNational Baptist Sanitarium and Bath House(Woodcock-Powell Manufacturing Co., 606 Ouachita, Hot Springs National Park, Ark., 1959-01-21)Postcard of the National Baptist Sanitarium and Bath House in Hot Springs, Arkansas. "One of Hot Springs' Ark. finest colored bath houses under U.S. Government regulations. People form all over the world visit this famous Spa to rest, relax and regain their health. Hospitality lives here." ItemArlington Hotel(Pioneer, Little Rock, Arkansas, Unknown)Postcard of the Arlington in Hot Springs, Arkansas. "The Arlington - America's Most Complete Resort Hotel - Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas...You step form the seventh floor of the Arlington onto the colorful sundeck and patio of the Twin Cascades Mountainside Pools.