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Published on Nov 16, 2011
The Dairy Hollow House, created from an old farm house by Crescent Dragonwagon and her husband, Ned Shank, was the first bed and breakfast establishment in Eureka, and the second in Arkansas. For about ten years it has housed writers in residence at the Dairy Hollow Writer's Colony--also founded by Crescent and Ned. In part one of the Diary Hollow House video, Crescent reflects on the history of the Tulip Room and Dairy Hollow as a whole. She recalls when there was only one phone on Dairy Hollow, and milk from cows that were milked by hand was delivered to your door--with a thick layer of cream on top.