Henry S. Hartzog Letter
Scope and Content Note
The letter is typewritten on University stationery, with the address of the President’s Office. The typewriter used a purple ribbon. Signed in ink. Hartzog replies to a letter from Irving Reinberger of Pine Bluff, assuring him that his request for a dormitory room for his son.
Language of Materials
Materials are in English.
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Henry S. Hartzog (1866-1953) was president of the University of Arkansas from 1902 until 1905. In his administration a number of new buildings were provided, including two dormitories. For more information, see Reynolds and Thomas, History of the University of Arkansas (Fayetteville, The University, 1910).
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The Henry S. Hartzog Letter was donated to the Special Collections Department by Stephen and Lindsley Smith of Fayetteville, Arkansas in July 2004.
Processed by Ethel C. Simpson; completed in July 2004.
- Henry S. Hartzog Letter
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- Finding aid is written in English.