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The collection consists of an advertising kit belonging to Kloethe & Company, a Hot Springs, Arkansas-based men's clothing store. Materials include a fold-out advertising display box, price cards, correspondence, advertising copy, promotional materials, and a scrapbook with newspaper clippings of the company's advertisements.
Photographic snapshots from the Miss America 1964 pageant, which was won by Miss Arkansas, Donna Axum.
Attendance register for students at primary school in Rosa District 3, Mississippi County, Arkansas, as recorded by teacher F. D. Rollins. Includes students' names and birth years, as well as names of primary guardians for students.
The collection consists of application and membership materials, a charter certificate for the Tri-K Klub (a youth organization of the Women of the Ku Klux Klan), and publications of the Women of the Ku Klux Klan organization, as well as a ceremonial sash. All forms and certificate are blank, not filled out to any individual or chapter.
- Names: Between the Covers Rare Books X
- Advertising -- Men's clothing 1
- African American children -- Education 1
- Basketball for women -- Arkansas 1
- Beauty contestants 1
- Beauty contests 1
- Hot Springs (Ark.) 1
- Men's clothing industry -- United States 1
- Parades 1
- Rosa (Ark.) 1
- Schools -- Arkansas 1
- Secret societies -- United States 1
- White supremacy movements -- United States 1
- Women -- Societies and clubs 1 ∧ less
- Axum, Donna 1
- Kloethe & Company (Hot Springs, Ark.) 1
- Miss America Pageant 1
- Rollins, F. D. 1
- Tackett, Dorothy K. 1
- Women of the Ku Klux Klan 1 ∧ less