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Research paper presenting a case for considering William Hope "Coin" Harvey's early twentieth-century development activities at Monte Ne, Arkansas, to be those of a landscape architect.
Photocopy of unpublished sketch, 1932, of the life of "Coin" Harvey, together with photocopy of four published articles, 1924, 1935, and 1950, by or about him.
Letter from Hoffman Laboratories, Little Rock, to William Hope "Coin" Harvey, Monte Ne, reporting the contamination of Harvey's "Elixir Springs" by animal waste.
Letter to Clara B. Kennan from former University of Arkansas teacher Jobelle Holcombe concerning teaching, Monte Ne, and William Hope Harvey.
The collection contains a 49-page typescript, "Westward the Ozark Trails," by Nan Lawler. The paper is a study, based on records and field research, of the influence of town boosterism on the Ozark Trails Association, circa 1917-1920.
Research notes, clippings, and letters on William H. ("Coin") Harvey (1851-1936), would-be monetary reformer, presidential candidate of the Liberty Party in 1932, builder of Monte Ne resort (Benton County, Arkansas) and founder of the Ozark Trails Association.
- Names: Harvey, W. H. (William Hope), 1851-1936 X