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Edsel Ford Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS F75
Scope and Content Note Correspondence, literary manuscripts, scrapbooks, photographs, printed material and other papers of the Arkansas prize winning poet and University of Arkansas Distinguished Alumnus Edsel Ford. Correspondents include Kenneth L. Beaudoin, Thomas Stuart Cleworth, Everett McKinley Dirksen, Beverly Githens Dresbach, Glenn Ward Dresbach, Orval Eugene Faubus, Walter John Lemke, Rosa Zagnoni Marinoni, Archibald MacLeish, Harriet Monroe, Thomas Moult, David Wiley Mullins, James Purdy, Otto Ernest...
Dates: 1928-1982; Majority of material found within circa 1950-1970

Isabel France Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MC 1407
Scope and Content Note The collection contains professional, personal, and family correspondence. Correspondents include Booth Campbell, Orval Faubus, Walter J. Lemke, Rosa Zagnoni Marinoni, Sid McMath, Vance Randolph, Otto E. Rayburn, and others. The collection further contains personal papers; photographs; newspaper clippings of France's column Hills of Home (ca 1936-1961) as well as its manuscript and typewritten form; newspaper clippings of her column Shepherds Springs (ca...
Dates: 1906-1963

John Park Cravens Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MC 3
Scope and Content Note Correspondence, postcards, printed material, a broadside, and a scrapbook complete this collection. Significant correspondents include: Fred W. Allsopp Bernie Babcock Doak S. Campbell J.H. Carmichael Fadjo Cravens S.C. Dellinger L.S. Dunaway Jim G. Ferguson ...
Dates: 1881-1967

National League of American Pen Women, Northwest Arkansas Branch Records

 Collection
Identifier: MC 1655
Scope and Content Note

The collection includes various documents pertaining to the group's functions, in addition to materials from exhibitions, correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings and publications from the national branch.

Dates: 1952-2007

Poetry Day Broadside

 Collection
Identifier: MC 680
Overview

Printed broadside announcing "Arkansas' First Poetry Day," October 15, 1948.

Dates: 1948