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Check's Corner Library Materials

Identifier: MC 1904
Scope and Content Note

Materials include newspaper clippings and photographs.

Dates: 1932-ca. 1935

DeWitt Mother's Club Records

Identifier: MC 777
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of microfilmed copies of twenty-two scrapbooks and approximately four linear inches of documents. The documents are comprised mainly of reports written for the state and national A.F.W.C. offices describing the club's activities for the previous year. The club's minute books comprise a separate series (Series 2), as do the club's scrapbooks and guest books (Series 3).

Dates: 1916 - 1986

Ellsworth Family Papers

Identifier: MC 1162
Scope and Content Note The material in the first accession (Boxes 1-14) was largely collected and saved by Sarah Van Patten Ellsworth and her daughter Bessie Graham Ellsworth. Many of the pictures and scrapbooks were used as exhibit material when the Ellsworth house, "Wildwood," was opened as a private museum in 1963. The Ellsworth family papers include correspondence, journals (including one kept by Sarah Van Patten Ellsworth in 1865-1866), scrapbooks, albums (including an autograph album of visitors...
Dates: 1858-1979

Northwest Arkansas Library Association Audiocassette

Identifier: MC 951
Scope and Content Note

Regional organization of professional librarians. Taped proceedings of NWALA summer meeting, held in Fayetteville, Arkansas, 1989. Featured speakers were area librarians Marcella Grider, Grace Keith, and Lina Watson.

Dates: 1989

Ozarks Regional Library System Records

Identifier: MC 1792
Scope and Content Note This collection contains the administrative records of the regional system, including financial reports, book accessions, images, as well as the Ozarks Regional Library contract. A few pamphlets and papers explain the various library laws and policies and some general information about the libraries. The collection has correspondence between the staff along with some pictures and slides. In addition to these, there are numerous newspaper clippings and articles describing many of the...
Dates: 1932-1998

Wilda Plymale Works Progress Administration Scrapbook

Identifier: MC 2556
Content Description Scrapbook documenting the Works Progress Administration Division of Professional and Service Projects' "This Week Pays Your Community" programming in Arkansas in 1940; the week was designed to highlight the benefits of WPA projects to local communities. The scrapbook includes clippings, photographs, programs, speech transcripts, bookmarks, and county committee reports. The scrapbook was compiled by Wilda Plymale, a stenographer in the Fort Smith WPA office, likely for Eva B. Patterson, the...
Dates: 1940

Stuttgart Woman's Club Records

Identifier: MC 1041
Scope and Content Note

The collection includes record books, scrapbooks, clippings, photographs, and other papers pertaining to the club and to Maude Bethel Lewis (1874-1961), founder, first president, and poet laureate of the Stuttgart Woman's Club.

Dates: 1912-1988

Warren Woman's Club Records

Identifier: MC 1042
Scope and Content Note The records include scrapbooks, pressbooks, minutes, and other records of the club. Also included are some correspondence, awards, material collected for the club's study of contemporary literature, publications of the state and national Federation of Women's Clubs, and early accession registers of the Warren Public Library. Twenty-seven volumes and five folders were microfilmed and the originals returned to the donor. This description gives the contents of the four rolls of...
Dates: 1928-1990

Woman's Book Club of Harrison Records

Identifier: MC 843
Scope and Content Note

The papers include correspondence, minutes, yearly calendar events, scrapbooks, photographs, clippings, microfilm, and other papers relating to the club's activities.

Dates: 1900-1988

Women's Library Collection

Identifier: MC 1180
Scope and Content Note The collection consists primarily of vertical files and periodicals. Most of the vertical files are on general subjects concerning women. Files were also kept on local and regional feminist or lesbian activities. The Women's Library did not subscribe to any journals, so the periodicals consist of titles received as gifts or exchanges, and are by no means complete. A few books and other materials (posters, catalogues, notices of women's conferences, etc.) are also included. Series 9 contains...
Dates: 1971-2001