United States. District Court (Arkansas : Western District)
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MS R126 388
Scope and Content Note Scrapbooks, correspondence, memoranda, speeches, notes, photographs, clippings, news releases, political campaign literature, and other published or unpublished materials pertaining to: the life and career of Hiram Heartsill Ragon, U.S. Congressman from Arkansas, 1923-1933, and judge of the U.S, District Court for the Western District of Arkansas, 1933 until his death, and to the life and career of his son, Hiram Heartsill Ragon, Jr. (1917-1975), Prosecuting Attorney for the Twelfth Judicial...
Dates: 1915-1962; undated
Identifier: MS W56
Scope and Content Note General Stephen Wheeler served as clerk of the United States Court for the Western District of Arkansas during the time that Judge Parker reigned as judge of that district. He was at the same time clerk of the Federal circuit court at Fort Smith, a division of the Eighth Judicial Circuit. Stephen Wheeler was born February 28, 1839, in Hammondsport, Steuben County, New York, He was an early volunteer in the Federal Army, enlisting as a private September 1, 1861. During his service...
Identifier: MS Un33r 430
Scope and Content Note Electrostatic copies of indictments, complaints, writs, subpoenas, motions, bonds, orders, depositions, lists, reports, vouchers, receipts, correspondence and other records created by officers of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Arkansas or of the U.S. Circuit Court (Commissioner’s Court) for the Western District of Arkansas [see “Note on Courts”] and pertaining to criminal and legal proceedings of the courts. Note on Documents...
Identifier: MC 1749
Scope and Content Note The collection includes materials related to Nudie Williams' academic and professional career at Oklahoma State University and the University of Arkansas. It also includes materials related to the university and local African-American communities in Stillwater and northwest Arkansas. Also included are materials, including course outlines, exams, lectures, and evaluations, for general American history, African-American, and African history courses. The collection includes original research...
Dates: 1804-2004; Majority of material found within 1952-2003
Identifier: MS W69
Scope and Content Note 10 items. Correspondence, bound volume listing "claims for collection and disposition thereof, "and certificates of appointment, pertaining to the law practice of the Fayetteville, Arkansas attorney, 1847-1869, and to his appointment to the offices of Prosecuting Attorney for the Fourth Judicial District, 1840, attorney for the Fayetteville branch of the Bank of the State of Arkansas, 1845, and United States Attorney for the Western District of Arkansas, 1854 and 1858. Correspondents include...