Evening in the Garden Quilts

Adventures in Fabric Art


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Greyhound Station, Blytheville, Arkansas

In spite of the sign, this station was not “open”,  but someone was working in the back in the “Main Street”  office.

This art deco gem was built in 1939.  It’s on the National Register of Historic Places, and believed to be one of just three left.

Such an amazing and functional building, with its wide overhangs, neon sign, and tiny, perfect lunch counter inside.

The underside of the overhangs was even stamped with quilting designs!