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Jeff Davis Materials

Identifier: qMS D29
Scope and Content Note Political campaign and other material relating to Jeff Davis. Two printed broadsides, issued during the Arkansas Democratic Party primary campaign of 1903 by state Supreme Court Justice Carroll David Wood and by supporters of his gubernatorial candidacy in opposition to the re-election of Jeff Davis, together with an affidavit, executed at Van Buren, Arkansas March 22, 1912 by four citizens of that city, testifying that Davis, candidate for the Democratic nomination to a second...
Dates: circa 1903-1924

Wallace Davis Political Leaflet

Identifier: MC 660
Scope and Content Note

Printed (Allied Printing, Little Rock) leaflet, folded to 4 pages, by Wallace Davis, son of Jeff Davis, concerning the political enmity between his father and candidate James P. Clarke; in form of letter addressed to Hon. W. F. Kirby, Little Rock.

Dates: 1914

Mildred Crowley Dickson Papers

Identifier: MC 2329
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of four photographic prints collected by Mildred Elizabeth Crowley, some of which may have originally been collected by her family members.

Dates: ca 1904-1931

Jeff Davis Papers

Identifier: MC 718
Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, literary productions, printed materials, legal and financial documents, scrapbooks, and photographs created, collected, or received by Jeff Davis and his descendants.

The Jeff Davis papers contain documents pertaining to the personal and professional life of all four generations of the family, from Lewis Davis and Frank Thatch in the nineteenth century, to Jeff Davis, Jr. in the 1980s.

Dates: 1849-1986

King Jeff the First Typescripts

 Collection — Box: Small Manuscript Collections Box 5
Identifier: MC 741
Scope and Content Note

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.

Dates: 1925

John Herbert Page Notebook and Correspondence

Identifier: MS P14
Scope and Content Note Notebook, compiled in 1912 by Arkansas political leader John Herbert Page, listing persons who were members of the Jeff Davis "political machine" in various Arkansas communities, together with correspondence, 1932-1942, exchanged between Page, serving as Arkansas Commissioner of Mines, Manufactures and Agriculture in 1932 and as Chairman of the Arkansas Corporation Commission in 1941, and various Arkansas public officials. Correspondents include Carl Edward Bailey, Junius Marion Futrell, and...
Dates: 1912; 1932-1942