Little Rock Photo Gallery

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View of the Arkansas River at sunset
Arkansas River at sunset

Old State House Museum
Old State House Museum

View of Arkansas River with barge
Arkansas River with barge

River Market District
River Market District

View of Arkansas River at sunset
Arkansas River at sunset

Arkansas River Trail
Arkansas River Trail

Exterior view of the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum
Exterior of the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum

Interior view of the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum
Interior of the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum

Replica of Clinton Administration oval office at William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum
Replica of Clinton Administration oval office at William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum

Jim Bullard speaks from behind a podium
On Feb. 27, 2020, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard (far left) met with members of the Fort Smith Regional Council, a group of area leaders who are focused on economic development in the region that includes the northwestern Arkansas city. Meeting with Bullard were, from left, Jim Walcott, executive chairman of custom printing company Weldon, Williams and Lick; Roger Holroyd, president of Arvest Bank in Fort Smith; Kyle Parker, CEO of the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education; Terisa Riley, chancellor of the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith; and Samuel Sicard, president and CEO of the First National Bank of Fort Smith. Interacting with local business and civic leaders in communities like Fort Smith gives Bullard a better understanding of the economic dynamism in the Eighth District.
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard (center) on Friday, Feb. 28, 2020, talked with Fort Smith, Ark., Mayor George McGill (left) and Tim Allen, president and CEO of the Fort Smith Regional Chamber of Commerce. Bullard gave a presentation to the chamber during a two-day visit to the northwestern Arkansas city. Bullard meets regularly with groups throughout the St. Louis Fed’s District to share insight on the U.S. economy, as well as gather views from Main Street.
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard (center), toured the United States Marshals Museum in Fort Smith, Ark., on Feb. 27, 2020. Set to open in 2021, the museum will tell the history of the 230-year-old U.S. Marshals Service, the nation’s oldest federal law enforcement agency. Patrick Weeks, president and CEO of the museum, and Alice Alt, president of the museum foundation, joined Bullard in the museum. The tour was part of a two-day visit to the northwestern Arkansas city, which is in the St. Louis Fed’s District. Bullard regularly visits communities like Fort Smith to interact with local business and civic leaders and better understand local economic conditions.