Mildred B. Cooper Memorial Chapel
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|Mildred B. Cooper Memorial Chapel|
Interior of the chapel, 2012
|Founder(s)||Mildred B. Cooper Memorial Chapel Foundation|
|Heritage designation||Nominated to NRHP, June 5, 1996|
|Length||84 feet (26 m)|
|Width||24 feet (7.3 m)|
|Height||54 feet (16 m)|
|Number of floors||One|
|Floor area||2,016 square feet (187.3 m2)|
The design recalls the Prairie School of architecture popularized by Frank Lloyd Wright, with whom Jones had apprenticed. Jones used steel and glass to create a series of Gothic arches that run the length of the chapel.
- Barry, Helen; Nichols, Cheryl. "The Arkansas Designs of E. Fay Jones 1956-1997" (PDF). Little Rock, Arkansas: Arkansas Historic Preservation Program. pp. 63–66. Retrieved December 17, 2012.
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