Box Small Manuscript Collections Box 5
Contains 103 Results:
20-page account of family stories of James H. Berry, 1841-1913, Confederate soldier, lawyer, governor of Arkansas, and United States senator, written by his granddaughter, Mary C. Berry.
Printed announcement for the 1892 session of the Arkansas Industrial University. Includes description of courses, as well as information on costs.
Printed form letter from Hovey, "Head Quarters, Army of the South West, Camp at Helena, Ark." requesting that soldiers on sick leave who had recovered be returned to their regiments. This copy was directed, in different type, "To His Excellency the Governor of Wisconsin."
Letter from W.[illiam] J. Waggener (Oakland, California) to Mary Gates Southworth (Fayetteville, Arkansas), April 9, 1909, concerning the early history of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.
Handwritten reminiscences of J. F. Simonds, M.D., Regent of the University of Arkansas 1875-1876; done for David Yancey Thomas and John Hugh Reynolds for their History of the University of Arkansas, 1910.
Privately printed booklet, "Vox Clamantis in Academia," by William J. Waggener, 1912, containing prophecy in verse for the first collegiate graduating class (1876) of the University of Arkansas.
Two typed versions of a play by George Stockard, "King Jeff the First," concerning "King Jeff" (Arkansas Governor Jeff Davis) and other politicians and university administrators.