Arkansas Properties on the National Register: Ernest Daugherty House, Hardy, Sharp County

Arkansas Historic Preservation Program - Saturday, August 10, 2019

The Ernest Daugherty House at Hardy in Sharp County was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on December 17, 1998. 


Constructed by local builder J. W. Boak, the Daugherty House was built in 1932 for Hardy business owner Ernest Daugherty and his wife, Maude. Their house is being nominated as an amendment to the “Historic and Architectural Resources of Hardy” multiple property nomination under Criterion C with local significance as an excellent and relatively unaltered example of a one-and-a-half-story fieldstone residence designed in the Craftsman style with an unusual exposed basement on the front elevation. As such, it remains a significant link to the building traditions of Hardy, which emphasized the use of such locally available materials as fieldstone in its residential construction.


Information submitted by Dr. Audrey Thompson, Williford, AR 1997.

Information submitted by Ken Rutz, Williford, AR 1997.

Information submitted by Nina Daily, Cherokee Village, AR 1997.

Information submitted by Fred Carter, Hardy, AR 1997.

Information submitted by Roy Lee Johnson, Hardy, AR 1997.

Information submitted by William Shaver, Hardy, AR 1997.

Information submitted by C.B. Rose, Hardy, AR 1997.

Information submitted by Susan Nix, Hardy, AR 1997.

Information submitted by Othelia Stark, Hardy, AR 1997. 

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