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Fulbright, J. William (James William), 1905-1995


Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:

Arkansas Archives of Public Communication

Identifier: MC 942
Scope and Content Note A substantial portion of the Archives, including 36 folders, 65 audiotapes, and 29 videotapes, pertains to the career of Bill Clinton. These materials date primarily from 1974 to 1986, and include items from his campaigns to be elected representative to Congress, state attorney general, and governor of Arkansas. These items include campaign flyers, posters, bumper stickers, and pins, as well as the texts of speeches and letters. Of interest are several exploratory polls that aided Clinton in...
Dates: 1890-1996

James David Bales Papers

Identifier: MC 1256
Scope and Content Note The collection includes materials related to Bales and his family; his career as a teacher, writer, and polemicist; and research files. Series I-IV pertain to his personal life, writings, correspondence, and career at Harding College. Also included are materials related to Harding College president George S. Benson and the National Education Program. Series V-XIII consist of topical research files created by Bales, the contents of which were used to write books, articles, and class lectures....
Dates: 1914-1995; 1940-1995

James Craig Barnes Papers

Identifier: MC 245

Audiovisual materials, scripts, and transcripts of a television feature story called “Fulbright: 30 Years”, a 1975 retrospective on the political career of J. William Fulbright produced by James Craig Barnes.

Dates: 1968-1975

T.H. Barton Papers

Identifier: MC 1541
Scope and Content Note

The Barton papers detail his Democratic senate primary race in 1944, which he lost to J.W. Fulbright. This collection contains correspondence, materials, newspaper clippings, and lists.

Dates: 1944

Bob Coxe Interview of J. William Fulbright

Identifier: MC 2485
Content Description

Audio cassette tape and transcript of an interview by Bob Coxe of J. William Fulbright. The interview was conducted as part of Coxe's preparation for a documentary on Senator Joseph McCarthy. Topics discussed include McCarthy and his anti-communist efforts; Fulbright's political involvement, particularly on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee; Fulbright's involvement with the formation of the Fulbright Program; and the nuclear arms race.

Dates: September 1983

Fulbright Family Business Records

Identifier: MC 281

Company ledgers, minutes, correspondence, property records, financial records, and other documents related to various Fulbright family businesses, particularly that of the J.H. Phipps Lumber Company of Fayetteville, AR.

Dates: 1900-1977

J. William Fulbright Interview Transcripts

Identifier: MC 2426
Scope and Content Note

Transcripts of interviews conducted by Bernard M. Gwertzman and Haynes Johnson with J. William Fulbright in his Washington, D.C. congressional office in 1966 as research for their 1968 book, Fulbright, the Dissenter. Topics include Fulbright's family; President Lyndon B. Johnson; Fulbright's time at Oxford and at the University of Arkansas; Fulbright's service in Congress, and his thoughts on several of his colleagues; and the Vietnam War.

Dates: 1966

J. William Fulbright Memorabilia Collection

Identifier: MC 2429

A collection of items related to Senator J. William Fulbright including awards, photograph, and other memorabilia.

Dates: 1951-1993

J. William Fulbright Papers Addendum

Identifier: MS F956 144-D
Scope and Content Note The collection consists of correspondence with Arkansas constituents on matters concerning state and national affairs; business and personal correspondence relating to variety of topics such as reactions to speeches by Fulbright, press releases or television programs relating to Fulbright, political observations, and exchange program among others; general correspondence consisting of out-of-state letters addressing national and international issues; correspondence concerning legislation...
Dates: 1944-1974

J. William Fulbright Papers, Second Accession

Identifier: MS F956 144-B
Scope and Content Note The second increment of the J. William Fulbright papers (primarily 1960-1975) comprises approximately nine hundred linear feet of materials and documents the tenure of the Arkansas Democrat in the U.S. House and Senate. The collection consists of constituent, official, and personal correspondence, memoranda, legislative bills, speeches, photographs, and other records related to the political, governmental, and diplomatic interests and activities of the senator. An important component of the...
Dates: 1940-1975; Majority of material found within 1960-1975

J. William Fulbright Post-Senatorial Papers

Identifier: MS F956 144-C
Scope and Content Note

Papers associated with Fulbright's activities and interests from 1975-1994.

Dates: 1943-1994

James William Fulbright Papers

Identifier: MS F956 144
Scope and Content Note Constituent, official, and personal correspondence, memoranda, legislative bills and other records pertaining primarily to the governmental, political, and diplomatic activities and interests, and incidentally to other aspects of the life, of the U.S, Senator from Arkansas, 1945-1975, who was Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee from 1959 to 1975. Persons, programs, activities, organizations, and issues to which most of the material relates include: Joseph Raymond McCarthy; the...
Dates: 1941-1960

"Fulbright: The Defining Hour" Materials

Identifier: MC 2371

A prospectus, VHS tape, and DVD access copy of the documentary film, "Fulbright: The Defining Hour."

Dates: 1991

John Kenneth Galbraith Address at Fulbright College Dedication

Identifier: MC 2486
Content Description

Audio cassette tape containing a speech given by John Kenneth Galbraith at the University of Arkansas' Fulbright College Dedication in July 1982.

Dates: July 1982

George Herbert Gunn Materials Related to J. William Fulbright

Identifier: MC 2674
Content Description

The collection consists of an audiocassette tape containing 1980 interview of J. William Fulbright by George Herbert Gunn, primarily focused on Fulbright's opposition to the Vietnam War; also included is related correspondence.

Dates: 1963-1999

Herbert Hoover Arkansas-related Correspondence

Identifier: MS H769
Scope and Content Note Xerox copies of correspondence, and related documents attached or enclosed, exchanged with Charles Hillman Brough, 1923 and 1930, with James William Fulbright, 1946-1963, and with Harmon Liveright Remmel, 1921, 1924-27. Correspondence pertains to the life and career of Harmon L. Remmel, 1876-1927; Herbert C. Hoover's work on the Ar­kansas state geological survey, 1892; the establishment of a Warren G. Harding Memorial Hospital Fund, 1923; the opening of Arkansas Light and Power...
Dates: 1921-1963

J. William Fulbright Letter to Ray Adams

Identifier: MC 2369
Scope and Content Note

Letter from J. William Fulbright to Ray Adams regarding Fulbright's visit with the Rotary Club of Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Dates: 1965

Norvill Jones Papers

Identifier: MC 2141

Correspondence, memoranda, clippings, campaign materials, congressional records, notebooks and other records created or received by Norvill Jones, particularly as part of his work with J. W. Fulbright and the United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.

Dates: 1964-2011

KTHV Collection of J. William Fulbright Video Tapes

Identifier: MC 2541
Content Description

Seven U-matic video tapes featuring interviews of and programming regarding Senator J. William Fulbright that were aired on or used in programming aired on Little Rock's KTHV television station.

Dates: 1966-1986

Ulrich Littman Papers

Identifier: MC 1493

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, and other published and unpublished writings, mostly regarding the formation and operation of the United States Educational Commission in the Federal Republic of Germany.

Dates: 1949-1997

Anne E. McClaran Papers

Identifier: MC 2518
Content Description Papers of Anne E. McClaran, including correspondence with Arkansas politicians like Dale Bumpers, Ray Thornton, David Pryor, and J. William Fulbright, as well as materials pertaining to her work with prison reform and with the Arkansas Democratic Party. Also included is a biographical sketch of McClaran written by her son, Edward McClaran, and materials related to her career as a teacher.Her correspondence with political figures is primarily in the form of constituent...
Dates: circa 1967-2021

"On the Record Interview with Senator J. William Fulbright" Transcript

Identifier: MC 2484
Content Description Typed transcript of "On the Record Interview with Senator J. William Fulbright" interview conducted by journalists J. F. Ter Horst (Detroit News), Richard Dudman (St. Louis Post Dispatch), Bernard Gwertzman (Washington Star), and William May (Newark News). The interview primarily relates to Fulbright's work on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee; topics and persons discussed include the Vietnam War; Secretary of State Dean Rusk; FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover; and the U.S.-Soviet Consular...
Dates: January 21, 1967

Lee Riley Powell Typescripts

Identifier: MC 2394

Typescripts of Lee Riley Powell's J. William Fulbright and America's Lost Crusade: Fulbright's Opposition to the Vietnam War and "The China Hearings: The Foreign Relations Committee as a Forum for Dissent."

Dates: circa 1984

Bill Reifenberger Collection of J. William Fulbright Materials

Identifier: MC 2641
Content Description

The collection consists of materials related to Arkansas politician and statesman J. William Fulbright that were acquired by Bill Reifenberger as part of research for a 2006 documentary about Fulbright, Fulbright: The Man, The Mission, & The Message, for which Reifenberger served as a co-screenwriter and co-producer. Materials are primarily photographs; also included are newspaper clippings and political cartoons.

Dates: circa 1900-1995

"The Reminiscences of J. William Fulbright" Transcript

Identifier: MS F95r 282
Scope and Content Note

Xerox copy, on 135 leaves, of typewritten transcript of interviews conducted in Washington, D.C. in 1956 and 1957 by Columbia University's Oral History Research Office. Content pertains to Fulbright's childhood and education, to his studies at Oxford University, to his years at the University of Arkansas, to the Fulbright Act, and to his congressional career.

Dates: 1957

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Arkansas -- Politics and government 9
Vietnam War, 1961-1975 9
United States -- Foreign relations -- 20th century 6
Educational exchanges 3
Political campaigns -- Arkansas 3