Search the University of Arkansas Special Collections Finding Aids
Our collections include personal, professional, and family papers; business and organizational records, including the University Archives; and other unique, typically unpublished historical documents in a variety of formats, from scrapbooks to correspondence to digital media. They offer primary sources for research, exploration, and discovery on a variety of topics, many of which relate to Arkansas and the Ozarks region. Each collection is most commonly described by a finding aid, a guide to a collection and its contents; you can search our finding aids using the search box below, or browse by collection name, subject (such as a topic or a place name), or name (of a person, family, or organization) by clicking on the links above. Materials can be requested by using the "Request" button present at box-, folder-, or item-level descriptions; this button will take you to your Special Collections account. Contact Research Services (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have questions about any collection.
Access: In some cases, the collections may be stored off-site, so please request materials at least two weeks in advance of your visit
Contact: Email email@example.com with any questions, or if you can’t find what you’re looking for.
- To search an exact phrase, use double quotes (such as "Fayetteville, Arkansas" or "University of Arkansas").
- Searches are not case sensitive.
- To exclude a term from your search, put a minus sign in front of it. (For example, the search "Bumpers" -college will find materials with the name "Bumpers" but without the word "college.")
- You can create advanced searches by clicking the + button to add a new line to your search.
- Use the linked text in the navigation bar to browse collections, names (people, families, and organizations), and subjects (topics and geographical place names).