November 28, 2012
Greenbrier is a small town in Faulkner County twelve miles north of Conway (Faulkner County) on Highway 65. At the time of its incorporation on April 5, 1880, the town had a population of about 300 citizens. By 1905, the towns business district included eight general stores, two additional grist mills, a steam sawmill, and a shingle mill. Also among the early businesses was the McCracken Drug Store, shown here at the turn of the twentieth century.