DeSoto Fountain in men’s bath hall,
Fordyce Bathhouse, Hot Springs National Park,
August 19, 2012
Built in 1914-15, the Fordyce bathhouse is the most elaborate and was the most expensive of the bathhouses on Bathhouse Row, the cost including fixtures and furniture being $212,749.55 US. It was closed on June 29, 1962, the first of the Row establishments to fall victim to the decline in popularity of therapeutic bathing. Fordyce Bathhouse has served as the park visitor center since 1989.
Bathhouse Row – Wikipedia
Note: The image is stitched together from multiple images, which sometimes results in straight lines appearing curved.