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Unidentified Chips I'd Like To Attribute
These chips have been attributed to The Southern Club, but there is question about the attribution.  I've seen white, red, & yellow.
This chip was acquired from the estate of a retired judge in Hot Springs, along with chips from The Tower Club and "CC" chip shown below.
Don't remember where I got this chip.
This chip was acquired from the estate of a retired judge in Hot Springs, along with chips from The Tower Club and "boot" chip shown above.
This chip was found locally, along with Belvedere & Southern Club chips.  TK mold is very unusual in this area.
FOUND! Sent to Jack McJunkins, c/o Avalon Club, Hot Springs, Ark. in 1942   
I was told this chip was from "Galveston Bayou Downs".  I'd like something more substantial.
This salmon colored chip has been attributed to "Gee" Raso, a former restaurant owner in Hot Springs that was affiliated with gambling.  I'd like to have something more substantial
These chips are claimed to be from "Hot Springs Club".  I've never heard of such a place.  Chips are known in yellow, red, & blue.
I've seen a few of these around Hot Springs along with other colors.  I've heard they were made for Jack Pakis, a one-time owner of The Southern Club.
I've seen these attributed to The Tower Club, but I'd like to have something further.
This chip was discov-ered near Pine Bluff, Ark. along with chips from The Westwood Club.  "Land of Opportunity" is/was a slogan for the state of Arkansas.  Both variations shown.
This chip was acquired from an antique dealer in Little Rock who had no information on the chip.  Obviously related to the black chip above, but has additional G & F stamped on the chip.
This green "MNP" chip was found in a local collection with numerous other Hot Springs chips.
Got this one in Hot Springs along with a purple "MNT".  No idea where they were used.
FOUND!  Sent to G.E. Terrell, c/o Empire Bar, Pampa, Texas in 1935
Also have a red pair found separately.  Both found in Hot Springs and unkown.
This chip has been attributed to "Watt, Mclaughlin, McJunkin" or The Southern Club.  I'd like something more substantial.  Chips are known in brown, blue, & red.  Upside down?
FOUND! Sent to J. Lockwood in Waukegan, Illinois in 1936