Sandwiching in History: St. Bartholomew Catholic Church

December 4, 2020 12 PM to December 4, 2020 1PM

St. Bartholomew Catholic Church, Little Rock - 1622 Marshall Street, Little Rock AR

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St. Bartholomew Catholic Church, 1622 Marshall St., Little Rock (December 4)

The predominantly black parish of St. Bartholomew was founded in a converted store on 8th Street in 1909. By 1911, a new two-story brick school and church was built near the current church. In 1931, the current church and rectory were built at the corner of 17th and Marshall Streets. The Catholic high school and elementary across the street finally closed in 1974, after providing educations to many black students. The church and school were and continue to be an important part of the history of Little Rock.

This is event is free and open to the public. This event does not require an RSVP.Those attending the tours are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes, seasonally and weather appropriate clothing, and exercise respect for property owners and pedestrians when parking. Tours generally occur rain or shine, however those interested should follow the AHPP’s Facebook page for any last minute news about tours as severe weather has caused postponements or rescheduling in the past.


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