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Arkansas History Pictures

 Collection
Identifier: MC 2471
Overview

17 graphic materials relating to Arkansas history.

Dates: 1855-1890

Augustus Hill Garland Letters

 Collection
Identifier: MS G18
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of two letters by Arkansas politician Augustus Garland Hill: a letter dated July 30, 1886 from United States Attorney General Garland to Samuel Jackson Randall, regarding a Congressional appropriation for "Law clerks of the Supreme Judges...," and a letter dated July 15, 1879 from Senator Garland to someone named Christie[?] that mentions the high temperatures and the yellow fever concerns in Memphis.

Dates: 1879-1886

Julius White Testimonial Letter

 Collection
Identifier: MC 484
Scope and Content Note Letter, signed by E.B. Dayne and two other former officers of the 37th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, from Lake County, Illinois, testifying to the favorable conduct of Brigadier General Julius White during the Battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas, March 6-8, 1862 Letter, signed by Lt. Colonel E. B. Dayne, First Lieutenant E. P. Messer, and Captain E. N. B. Messer, of the Thirty-seventh Illinois Volunteer Infantry, all of Lake County, Illinois, testifying to the favorable conduct of...
Dates: 1868

R. F. Yager Letters

 Collection
Identifier: MC 526
Scope and Content Note

Letters from Captain R. F. Yager, Shelby's Brigade, Missouri Volunteers, February 29 and March 19, 1864, from Camden (Ouachita County), to his wife, Mattie. Although Yager wrote home just prior to the Camden Expedition undertaken by Union troops from Little Rock (Pulaski County), his letters do not describe any encounters with the enemy in detail.

Dates: 1864