Early definitive history of a remote area of the Ozarks, which became Eureka Springs, Arkansas, a town that sprouted up virtually overnight in July 1879, following the discovery of curative power in the water. Researchers June Westphal and Catharine Osterhage spent four years culling newspaper articles, historical records, written accounts and rare photographs to compile a fair and accurate description of the City That Water Built. The First Edition of A Fame Not Easily Forgotten (1970) is available only from rare book dealers. This Second Edition is reproduced in its entirety, with the addition of an Index. Hardcover books have dust jackets.
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Historian June Westphal is a lifelong resident of Eureka Springs, Arkansas, and has numerous publications to her credit, including The Eureka Chronicles: Ten Decades of History, 1880s to 1980s. Librarian Catharine Osterhage was a draftsman for the Crane Company in Chicago from 1918 to 1963, when she retired to Eureka Springs. She died tragically before the First Edition of A Fame Not Easily Forgotten came off the press.
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