Thomas Andrew Futrall Papers
Scope and Content Note
Letters, reports, speech, broadside, program, clippings, and other material pertaining to Thomas Andrew Futrall's professional career as an educator in Arkansas, to the Marianna (Arkansas) Male and Female Institute, and to the scholastic record and professional career, 1888 to 1891, of his son, future University of Arkansas president John Clinton Futrall. Correspondents include Oliver Crosby Gray, Milton Wylie Humphreys, John W. Mallet, Edward Hunter Murfee, William Ewell Peters, William M. Thornton, and Charles Scott Venable.
- circa 1884-1908
- Futrall, Thomas Andrew, 1842-1917 (Person)
Language of Materials
Materials are in English.
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Thomas Andrew Futrall (1842-1917) was an Arkansas educator who taught at the Marianna Male and Female Institute.
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Gift of Jessamine D. Gist. Marianna Arkansas, March, 1970.
Processed by Samuel Sizer; completed March 1970.
- Thomas Andrew Futrall Papers
- Samuel Sizer
- March 1970
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- Language of description note
- Finding aid is written in English.