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Upchurch, Grace


Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Faultless Starch Company Materials

Identifier: MS F273
Scope and Content Note

Joke and game books for children distributed with each package of Faultless Starch sold at retail.

Dates: circa 1900

Erwin Charles Funk Papers

Identifier: MC 37
Scope and Content Note

The material consists mainly of scrapbooks (including binders used as scrapbooks) containing newspaper clippings of articles pertaining to Funk's activities or written by him. In addition, a number of binders contain typed letters, speeches, articles, and essays, including an autobiography up to World War II. There are also a number of loose clippings, letters, articles, and Arkansas Press Association papers.

Dates: 1903-1959

Gospel Songbooks

Identifier: MS G694 376
Scope and Content Note

Paper-bound hymnals, pertaining to 19th- and 20th-century Southern evangelical Christianity.

Dates: 1891-1973

Minnie Pahotski "Early History of Fort Smith" Essay

Identifier: MS P15
Scope and Content Note

Mimeographed copy of an essay, "Early History of Fort Smith," written by Minnie Pahotski, elementary school supervisor in Fort Smith (Sebastian County), Arkansas.

Dates: undated

Upchurch Family Papers

Identifier: MC 197
Scope and Content Note

The papers, photographs, genealogical information, diplomas, and clippings refer to Fredrica and Grace Upchurch's parents, their brother, and sisters. There are also papers, including itemized accounts of daily expenses Fredrica and Grace Upchurch maintained over a sixty-year period, and photographs concerning the University of Arkansas, Arkansas State Normal School (later renamed Arkansas State Teachers College), and Fort Smith public and private schools.

Dates: 1879-1984

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Fort Smith (Ark.) 2
Fayetteville (Ark.) 1
Gospel music 1
Hackett (Ark.) 1
Jokes 1