South by Southwest Books (Fayetteville, Ark.)
Found in 94 Collections and/or Records:
Notebook, ca. 100 pages, in which were pasted circulars (mimeographed) from the State Provost Marshall's office and the State Adjutant General's office, as well as correspondence concerning the draft.
The collection consists of a 136-page manuscript, "A Record and Description of Travels," containing descriptions of trips made by Barney Babcock during the 1880s and 1890s, mostly by train from Malvern, Arkansas.
Printed handbill, 8 1/2" x 5 l/2", "A Few Recent European Press Comments (Translated) of William Worth Bailey, the Blind Phenomenon...," together with Xerox copy of seven undated clippings from unidentified newspapers, pertaining to the life and professional career of concert violinist Bailey, who was born in Fort Smith, Ark.
One-page "Rules of decorum" followed by proceedings of monthly "conference" of the congregation, October 2, 1830 - July 1839. Record is incomplete, with pages wanting.
Official account, signed by Bradley County Clerk W. H. Wheeler, listing the names of eleven enslaved persons belonging to the estate of James. T. Bragg, the names of the enslavers purchasing, and the price paid. Enslaved persons included in this bill were Marion, Solomon, Jerry, Sterling, Anniea, who was mentioned as being accompanied by an unnamed child, Evilia, Linnifer, Sally, and Marzu, who was also mentioned as being accompanied by an unnamed child.
"List of Licensed Groceries & Taverns & Ferries..." and "List of Road Overseers...1855."
One leave containing a handwritten list of grocery, tavern, and ferry licenses; list of road overseers for each township for 1855.
Two typed letters, on U. S. House of Representatives, Committee on the Judiciary, letterhead, from Thaddeus H. Caraway to Judge J. N. Rachels, Searcy, asking support for Caraway's candidacy for U. S. Senate; typed carbon copy of letter [from Rachels] to Caraway.
Notes on the history of the Church of the Living God, petition for a Christian Industrial Orphan Home Academy to be located at Wilton (Little River County), leaflet containing annual report of the Academy for 1903 (J. S. Christian, President), and form letter (1905) asking for donations.
Printed (Starco Print., Mena) broadside announcing execution sale, December 16, 1940, of farm equipment, livestock, and hay, to satisfy judgments against Commonwealth College Association.
Printed (Starco Print., Mena) broadside announcing executive sale, December 19, 1940, of printing, office, and household equipment; hardware; food; and books, to satisfy judgements against Commonwealth College Association.
Printed (Allied Printing, Little Rock) leaflet, folded to 4 pages, by Wallace Davis, son of Jeff Davis, concerning the political enmity between his father and candidate James P. Clarke; in form of letter addressed to Hon. W. F. Kirby, Little Rock.
Announcement of curricula, tuition, and board costs, and term schedules for 1888-89 academic year.
Folder listing resources and liabilities of bank as of October 10, 1927, officers, car load shipments of agricultural products, from Springdale, "The New Home of the Welch Grape Juice Company."
Printed broadside "To the Farmers of Arkansas" by J.B. Paine, Secretary-Treasurer (of the Arkansas Union) regarding the establishment of community cooperative "Business Enterprises."
Mimeographed form letters issued by Leo M. Favrot to black Arkansas teachers concerning a variety of educational topics; mimeographed form letter from Favrot to Arkansas blacks concerning the Arkansas State Fair; mimeographed report form completed by teacher Lizzie Ryles, Hempstead County, Arkansas, and submitted to Favrot concerning black industrial education classes.
Typed letter, signed, dated "Septr 27th/Gayeta [i.e., Fayetteville, Ark.]", to Lessie [Stringfellow] R[ead], regarding Charles [Morrow?] Wilson, Charles Joseph Finger's literary activities, and his views on the U.S. National Recovery Administration and Reconstruction Finance Corporation.
- Arkansas -- Politics and government 8
- Fort Smith (Ark.) 4
- Political campaigns -- Arkansas 4
- Religion -- Arkansas 4
- Women -- Arkansas -- Societies and clubs 4
- Bradley County (Ark.) 3
- Education -- Arkansas 3
- Japanese Americans -- Forced removal and internment, 1942-1945 3
- Lonoke County (Ark.) 3
- Slavery -- Arkansas 3
- Auctions 2
- Authors -- Arkansas 2
- Baptists -- Arkansas 2
- Clubs -- Arkansas 2
- Cotton gins and ginning 2
- Helena (Ark.) 2
- Independence County (Ark.) 2
- Methodist Church -- Arkansas 2
- Scott County (Ark.) 2
- Sebastian County (Ark.) 2
- Slave bills of sale 2
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 2
- Washington County (Ark.) 2
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Concentration camps -- United States 2
- Accounts 1
- African American children -- Education 1
- African American churches -- Arkansas 1
- African Americans -- Education -- Arkansas 1
- Agriculture -- Arkansas 1
- Agriculture, Cooperative 1
- Arkansas -- Description and travel 1
- Arkansas -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 1
- Arkansas -- Social life and customs 1
- Arkansas Territory 1
- Bald Knob (Ark.) 1
- Banks and banking -- Arkansas 1
- Batesville (Ark.) 1
- Benton County (Ark.) 1
- Business 1
- Business -- Arkansas 1
- Business records 1
- Calhoun County (Ark.) 1
- Center Point (Howard County, Ark.) 1
- Cherokee Indians -- Government relations 1
- Chickasaw Indians 1
- Chicot County (Ark.) 1
- Coal mines and mining 1
- Columbia County (Ark.) 1
- Communal living -- Arkansas 1
- Concert programs 1
- Concerts 1
- Conservation of natural resources 1
- Cotton growing -- Arkansas 1
- Crawford County (Ark.) 1
- Dancing schools -- Arkansas 1
- Debates and debating 1
- Deeds 1
- Draft -- United States 1
- Dyer (Ark.) 1
- Elections -- Arkansas 1
- Elgin (Ark.) 1
- Elm Springs (Ark.) 1
- Entertainment events 1
- Fayetteville (Ark.) 1
- Folklore 1
- Fraternal organizations 1
- General stores -- Arkansas 1
- Harrison (Ark.) 1
- Hempstead County (Ark.) 1
- Hotels -- Arkansas 1
- Indian Removal, 1813-1903 1
- Japanese -- United States 1
- Lawrence County (Ark.) 1
- Lectures and lecturing 1
- Legal services 1
- Little Rock (Ark.) 1
- Logan County (Ark.) 1
- Lovely County (Ark.) 1
- Lumbering 1
- Lyceums 1
- Magnolia (Ark.) 1
- Medical personnel 1
- Medicine 1
- Methodism -- Arkansas 1
- Mexican War, 1846-1848 1
- Military pensions -- United States -- Civil War, 1861-1865 1
- Miller County (Ark.) 1
- Mines and mineral resources -- Arkansas 1
- Monte Ne (Ark.) 1
- Mountain Home (Ark.) 1
- Music in universities and colleges. 1
- Musicians -- Arkansas 1
- Orphanages -- Arkansas 1
- Petroleum industry and trade 1
- Poetry 1
- Political campaigns -- Arkansas -- Carroll County 1
- Pottery -- Arkansas 1
- Prairie Grove, Battle of, Ark., 1862 1
- Railroad travel -- United States 1
- Railroads 1 ∧ less