Little Wall Street

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Little Wall Street is an area of downtown Little Rock dominated by financial sector businesses.

Little Wall Street was originally clustered around the new Tower Building and Rector Building. Firms in the financial district in the early 1960s included the First National Bank Union Life Insurance Company, Pulaski Federal Savings and Loan Association, Southern Equitable Life Insurance Company, Union National Bank, the Federal Reserve Bank, First Federal Savings and Loan Association, A. G. Edwards and Sons, and the Commonwealth Federal Savings and Loan Association.


Bill Lewis, "Main Street 1969; Proximity, Downtown Business Need," Arkansas Gazette, February 2, 1960.

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