The County Map at left has a number of interesting features. First, Lake Norfork was not yet created by Norfork Dam, so when you click the image to enlarge the map you can see the roads, towns and communities which were there before they were inundated-- or moved to high ground.
The map also shows the location of existing structures, which were far fewer in 1936, and you may see symbols indicating schools, churches and cemeteries. Seeing the clusters of the structures indicates that in 1936 Cotter was at least as densely populated as Mountain Home, a situation which began to change with the building of Norfork Dam in the early forties.
Perhaps the most unusual thing about the map is that it's labeling and legend are printed at a 90 degree angle to the north-south axis, making it a little difficult to read.