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Robert Harold Basham Illustrations from A History of Cane Hill College in Arkansas

Identifier: MS B29
Scope and Content Note

Illustrations from A History of Cane Hill College in Arkansas, a 1969 doctoral dissertation by Robert Basham of the University of Arkansas.

Dates: 1969

Cane Hill College Catalog

Identifier: MC 1006
Scope and Content Note

Typed carbon copy of catalog for Cane Hill College (Washington County), 1876/77, and printed program for "Historical Pageant" for Cane Hill Centennial, 1927. Catalog includes lists of students and courses of study. Program contains some handwritten comments.

Dates: 1876/77, 1927

Cane Hill College Catalogues

Identifier: MS C16
Scope and Content Note

Photocopies of printed catalogues, "The First Annual Catalogue of the Officers and Students in Cane Hill College, Located at Boonsboro, Washington County, Arkansas, and of the Officers and Students in Cane Hill Female Seminary, Located One Mile South of Boonsboro, Arkansas, for the Collegiate Year 1858-'59" (Fort Smith, 1858); together with, "Catalogue...for the Scholastic Year, 1877-8" (Fayetteville, 1878), and, "Catalogue...for the Scholastic Year 1883-4" (Fayetteville, 1884).

Dates: 1858-1884

Cane Hill College Deed

Identifier: MS C16d 270
Scope and Contents

Deed executed March 27, 1886 by J. C. Kirby and Mary Kirby of Washington County, Arkansas, conveying to named members of Board of Trustees of Cane Hill College, for $175.00, approximately 4 acres in East half of Northeast quarter of Section 8, T14N, R32W, in Washington County; attaching MS/PR "Cirtificate [sic] of Record" executed February 15, 1887 by Washington County Cleark J. N. Tillman.

Dates: 1886

Fontaine Richard Earle Papers

Identifier: MC 68
Scope and Content Note

The papers in the collection consist of sermons, essays, lectures, letters, and poetry written by Earle during his lengthy career, along with broadsides, tracts, and newspaper clippings he collected, all of which have been arranged into five series.

Dates: 1856-1907