Harvey Parnell Speeches and Scrapbooks
Scope and Content Note
Speeches by Harvey Parnell, clippings scrapbooks, and miscellaneous materials. 88 items.
- Parnell, Harvey, 1880-1936 (Person)
Language of Materials
Materials are in English.
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Harvey Parnell, born February 28, 1880, in Orlando, Cleveland County, Arkansas, was a politician, businessman, and farmer. He was elected to the state legislature in 1918 as representative from Chicot County; in 1923, he was elected state senator. Elected lieutenant governor in 1926, he succeeded John E. Martineau as governor when Martineau resigned, March 14, 1928, to become a United States district judge. Parnell was elected to his first full term in 1928, and was re-elected in 1930. He died January 16, 1936. (Biographical note copied from the finding aid for MC 80, Harvey Parnell Speeches)
2.1 Linear Feet (2 boxes)
Arrangement of the Papers
The collection is arranged into three series:
The Harvey Parnell Speeches and Scrapbooks were donated to the University Libraries by Parnell's heirs, circa 1961.
Processed by Special Collections staff circa 1968-1978.
- Harvey Parnell Speeches and Scrapbooks
- Special Collections staff
- circa 1968-1978
- Language of description
- Script of description
- Language of description note
- Finding aid is written in English.