Faubus, Orval Eugene, 1910-1994
Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
The Faubus Oral History Interview Project Materials contains notes, transcripts, newspaper clippings, photocopied reproductions of archival materials, and tape cassette recordings of interviews that were conducted as part of Tom Wagy's project. The materials are divided into three series and are arranged according to original order.
Interview of Orval Eugene Faubus conducted by Jacquelyn R. George for credit in a political science course at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Topics discussed by Faubus include his administration's tax increases, accomplishments, and legacy. Brief synopsis of interview in accession file.
The collection consists of speeches, campaign materials, newspaper clippings, photographs, correspondence, and other materials, primarily regarding the Madison County, Arkansas political career of Albert King and reflecting King's involvement with Carl E. Bailey and Orval Faubus' gubernatorial campaigns.
Xerox copy of typewritten transcripts of oral history interviews conducted, 1970-1972, by Columbia University's Oral History Research Office.
Typescript of Walter E. Rowland's book, Faubus, Arkansas and Education, published in 1989 by River Road Press, Conway, Arkansas. 302 pages.
The collection includes eighty-two audiocassette tapes containing interviews conducted by Randall Woods with J. William Fulbright, Dale Bumpers, McGeorge Bundy, Orval Faubus, Allan Gilbert, Hoyt Purvis, Arthur Schlesinger, Dean Rusk, Lee Williams, and others as part of research for Woods' biography on Fulbright. The locations of the interviews include Fayetteville, AR; Washington, D.C.; and Bonn, Germany.