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Arkansas Commemorative Commision (Little Rock, Ark.)


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Arkansas Commemorative Commission Oral History Transcripts

Identifier: MS Ar4com 328
Scope and Content Note

Typewritten transcripts (xerox copy) of interviews conducted by staff members of the Commission, with 105 persons who worked, from time to time in the period 1911-1947, in the First State Capitol (Old State House, War Memorial Building), and who recall something of the history of the building and, especially, of the several state and federal governmental agencies or patriotic, civic, and other organizations housed there over the period.

Dates: 1977-1978

Ruth Polk Patterson Papers

Identifier: MC 903
Scope and Content Note The collection contains manuscript versions of her articles and book and other related material such as grant applications, research notes, and correspondence; papers pertaining to professional organizations and activities such as the Arkansas Commemorative Commission, the Arkansas Sesquicentennial Commission, and the Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History; papers pertaining to a lawsuit filed against the Little Rock School District concerning discriminatory employment...
Dates: 1954-1988

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