University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Found in 83 Collections and/or Records:
Materials in this collection include two albums with photographs of paddle boats and scenes on the Mississippi River, the University of Arkansas campus and students, as well as scenes of Europe dating circa 1925-1937.
A scrapbook contained in large wooden covers. The front is decorated with an insignia of the Arkansas Razorbacks and one of Angel Flight. The scrapbook contains photographs, printed programs and other material, one or two pieces of correspondence. The photographs, generally unidentified, document the attendance of the membership at national conferences of Angel Flight, the Arnold Air Society, or AFROTC.
Scrapbook pages and photograph, circa 1896. 9 items.
Scrapbook pages containing 1896 Arkansas Industrial University (now the University of Arkansas) graduation program, senior class song (written by Ida G. Barr), views of Fayetteville and U of A campus, newspaper clippings. Photograph (7½ x 9 3/4" mounted on card) is of Old Main from the north, dated on reverse 1904-1906.
This collection contains Eleven Point Dam materials, J.W. Black Lumber Company materials, correspondence with political leaders, sheet music and joke books for minstrels, Lion's Club materials, and materials pertaining to the University of Arkansas that were collected by Black, a graduate in the class of 1935.
The collection contains personal correspondence, including letters to Jewell Hughes Bushey from her lifelong friend and colleague, Jobelle Holcombe. There are also pertinent documents and records of Bushey's academic career at the University of Arkansas and Hunter. The photographs are primarily of Jewell Hughes Bushey and her family and they include photographs of the Hughes home in Fayetteville.
The collection consists of thirty-six black and white photographs of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, ca 1907-1911. The pictures are mounted on 9.5" x 12.5" construction paper sheets and all, with the exception of four, are accompanied by typewritten captions. Seven photographs bear the Grabill Photo insignia.
The collection contains a typewritten narrative about the campus housing, educational, and recreational facilities; blueprints; and photocopies of photographic images. The two sets of the original series of twenty-one photographs are kept in a separate folder.
This collection contains materials mainly from the University of Arkansas, Harvard Law School, the U.S. Army, and his law and municipal judgeship career. Other materials include receipts, certificates, personal balance sheets, YMCA membership cards, church pamphlets, and photographs.
The papers consist of correspondence regarding the upcoming contest, publications pertaining to the contest, and informational and advertising material apparently given to delegates and contestants. Most advertising material not having to do with poultry raising has been removed from the collection.
Xerox copy of typewritten text of a parody, by anonymous author, facetiously purporting to prescribe procedures for the investiture of Charles Edwin Bishop as 15th president of the University of Arkansas, Feb. 2, 1975.
Sepia or black and white prints, produced by Julius Herman Field in and around Fayetteville, Ark. Includes scenes near Happy Hollow Farm, the University of Arkansas, the Washington County Courthouse, Monte Ne, and Eureka Springs' Crescent Hotel; portraits of Charles Joseph Finger, John Leonard Hancock, Margaret Campbell Hancock and Marian Campbell Martin; and several unidentified subjects.
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Bernard M. Gwertzman and Haynes Johnson with J. William Fulbright in his Washington, D.C. congressional office in 1966 as research for their 1968 book, Fulbright, the Dissenter. Topics include Fulbright's family; President Lyndon B. Johnson; Fulbright's time at Oxford and at the University of Arkansas; Fulbright's service in Congress, and his thoughts on several of his colleagues; and the Vietnam War.