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John Casper Branner Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MC 280
Scope and Content Note The collection consists of the correspondence between John Casper Branner and Albert Homer Purdue, from 1892-1917. It includes a letter from Branner to Purdue's widow, Ida Pace Purdue, on the occasion of Purdue's death; Ida Pace Purdue's reply is also contained in the collection. Letters are variously handwritten or typescript; all are photocopies. The correspondence between Dr. John Casper Branner (1850-1922) and Albert Homer Purdue forms a portion of the Branner collection of...
Dates: 1892-1918

Joseph K. Brantley Memorandum Book

 Collection
Identifier: MC 978
Scope and Content Note

Memorandum book, kept by Sergeant Joseph K. Brantley, Zimmerman's Battery, Arkansas Light Artillery, (7th Arkansas Field Battery), containing a roster of non-commissioned officers and enlisted men; a list of shoes issued to the unit on May 12, 1865; and what appear to be sales transactions recorded in February, 1860.

Dates: 1860-1865

William Albert Brewster, Jr. Correspondence

 Collection
Identifier: MC 2643
Content Description The collection consists of the correspondence of William Albert Brewster, Jr., primarily letters written to his mother (Annie Brewster) and sister (Dorothy Lee Brewster) of Ruston, Louisiana, while Brewster was stationed at Camp Neil Martin (University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas) and at Fort Chaffee (Fort Smith, Arkansas) during World War II. Also included is a letter from one of Brewster's hallmates at the University of Arkansas, William Howard, to Brewster's sister Dorothy. ...
Dates: 1944-1946

Beth Brickell Materials

 Collection
Identifier: MC 1713
Scope and Content Note

This collection contains scrapbook materials, photographs, newspaper clippings, and programs from University of Arkansas events.

Dates: 1955-1958

Beth Brickell Research Materials on Maud Crawford

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Identifier: MC 2317
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of Beth Brickell’s investigative research into the 1957 disappearance of Arkansas lawyer Maud Crawford, as well as copies of her publications regarding the case. The research includes transcripts of more than 1,500 interviews conducted by Brickell with Camden residents and persons of interest in the case.

Dates: circa 1850-2018; Majority of material found within 1957-1986

I. C. Brickey Letter

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Identifier: MC 1058
Scope and Content Note

Letter from I. C. Brickey, Corresponding Secretary, Batesville (Independence County), 18 December 1851, to William C. Buck, Corresponding Secretary, Bible Board, Nashville, Tennessee, concerning action of the Executive Board of the White River, Arkansas, Baptist Convention.

Dates: 1851

H.J. Briggs Oath of Allegiance

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Identifier: MC 43
Scope and Content Note

Oath of allegiance issued by the provost marshal's office of Helena, Arkansas, to H.J. Briggs on January 5, 1863

Dates: 1863

Margaret Virginia Briggs Collection

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Identifier: MC 1339
Scope and Content Note The collection contains two scrapbooks, two publications, The Helm 1946, published by the WAVES Naval Supply Depot, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, and While So Serving by Eleanor Hart and Harriet Welling (Robert W. Kelly Publishing Corporation, New York), and twelve additional photographs. The scrapbooks contain photographs, personal and official letters, picture postcards, greeting cards, programs, newspaper and magazine...
Dates: 1945-1946

Mary Susan High Casey Brisco "The Story of My Life" Autobiographical Sketch

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Identifier: MS B774
Scope and Content Note Xerox copy of manuscript text (138 pages) and of typewritten transcript (70 pages) of autobiographical sketch, dated March 3, 1954, by Mary Susan High Casey Brisco, a Berryville, Arkansas folk singer whose sound recorded songs are a part of the University Folklore Collection. (See "A Check List of Arkansas Songs," Arkansas Folklore, vol. 4, no. 2, Jan. 1, 1954 and vol. 7, no. 1, Mar. 1957, in Series F4 of University Folklore Collection). Prefatory...
Dates: 1954

Hugh D. Britt Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MC 834
Scope and Content Note

Business cards, clippings, and two memoirs.

Dates: 1949-1952

Maurice "Footsie" Britt Collection

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Identifier: MC 1238
Scope and Contents The collection consists of the personal and professional papers of University of Arkansas athlete, World War II officer, and politician Maurice "Footsie" Britt. Materials include scrapbooks, photograph albums, speeches, printed materials, photographs, film, audio and video cassettes, and awards collected by Britt over his sports, military, and political careers. Included are albums assembled by Britt's mother, Virgie; photographs of Britt during World War II and his subsequent acceptance of...
Dates: circa 1890-2021

Myron Brody Interview Tapes

 Collection
Identifier: MC 2182
Content Description

The collection contains seven audiocassette tapes containing interviews, most if not all of which were likely conducted by Arkansas artist Myron Brody for the Kansas City Artists Coalition publication Forum.

Interviewees include Joseph Solomon of the Knoedler Gallery; Dave Vallance of the Morris Singer Foundry; Robert Geddes of Princeton University; Robert Schoelkopf; Tom Wesselman; Anthony Caro; and Henry Moore.

Dates: circa 1980-1985

Myron Brody Papers on the Fulbright Program

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Identifier: MC 2388
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of correspondence between Fulbright Program alumnus Myron Brody and others regarding the Fulbright Program and a stamp commemorating the Fulbright Scholarship Program, as well as a digital print of the stamp, as well as a digital print of the stamp and poster from the First Day of Issue celebration.

Dates: circa 1978-1996

Ray L. Brogley, Sr. Papers

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Identifier: MC 2057
Scope and Contents

The collection contains the personal and professional papers of Ray L. Brogley, Sr., primarily related to his involvement with the Veterans of World War I in the U.S.A. and and to his work as an engineer with the United States Army Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District.

Materials include correspondence, convention materials, meeting minutes, photographs, newspaper clippings, publications, and employment records.

Dates: 1923-1992

William Bronson Warrant

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Identifier: MS Im8
Scope and Content Note

Judicial writ executed by Justice of Peace Bronson at Middlebury, Connecticut November 8, 1833, commanding the sheriff of Litchfield County or the constables of Waterton to imprison debtor Moses Russell of New Haven County in satisfaction of a judgement in the amount of $9.00 recovered November 4, 1833 by creditor Cornelius Munson of Waterton. Commitment in Litchfield County jail December 7, 1883 is attested on the verso by Constable Theophilus Baldwin.

Dates: 1833

Gordon Brooks and Patricia O'Leary "The Arkansas Connection" Videotape

 Collection
Identifier: MS B791
Scope and Content Note Thirty-minute color videotape, produced by architecture professors Gordon Brooks and Patricia O'Leary from a script by drama professor Kent R. Brown; directed by William Allen of Little Rock, Ark; filmed by Arkansas Educational Television Network; featuring architecture professors Rene F. Diaz, Euine Fay Jones, and Jimmy Lloyd Lambeth; pertaining to "The Arkansas House" developed early in the 1960s by Arkansas Power and Light Co. and by Little Rock Building consultant Harry Tschumi; and...
Dates: 1979

Gordon Brooks "Arkansas: Its Architectural Heritage, 1800-1861" Videotape

 Collection
Identifier: MS B791a
Scope and Content Note

Forty-five minute color videotape, produced by architecture professor Harry Gordon Brooks II from a script by drama professor Kent R. Brown; narrated by architecture professor Cyrus A. Sutherland; with discussion by panelists Brooks, Sutherland, Fred Williams, Anthony Dube, and Lloyd Benjamin; filmed by Arkansas Educational Television Network with funding, in part, by Arkansas Endowment for the Humanities; and broadcast by AETN January 12, 1981.

Dates: 1981

Charles Hillman Brough Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS B79
Scope and Content Note Correspondence, addresses, lectures and speeches, clippings, invitations, literary manuscripts, pamphlets, programs, reports, and other material pertaining to the life and to the personal, familial, academic, professional political, civic, religious and other affairs of the Arkansas lawyer, educator, lecturer, author and politician who was University of Arkansas professor of economics and sociology (1903-15), Governor of Arkansas (1917-21), Redpath Chautauqua circuit lecturer (1918-24),...
Dates: 1895-1935

Brough Family Photographs

 Collection
Identifier: MC 2080
Scope and Content Note

This collection contains framed and unframed photographs of the Brough family, including Charles Milton Brough, Cora Stevens, Ruth Brough, and Charles Hillman Brough. Item titles reflect the inscription written on the back of each photograph.

Dates: 1896-1908

J. P. Brown Booklet

 Collection
Identifier: MC 1060
Scope and Content Note

Printed booklet, "Arithmetic--Condensed and Exemplified," by Prof. J. P. Brown, L. I., of Bradford (White County), published by Tunnar & Pittard, Little Rock. Includes tables of measurement, land survey, forms for checks and deeds, and testimonials.

Dates: 1897

Jack Brown Letter

 Collection
Identifier: MC 2228
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of a letter written from Jack Brown, then stationed in the United Kingdom during WWII, to his wife, Faye, then living in England, Arkansas. It discusses his daily life and his thoughts on wartime rationing.

Dates: 1944

Kent Brown Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MC 475
Scope and Content Note The papers contain typewritten drafts of the book, page proofs, newspaper clippings, and photographs. Photographs in Box 3, folders 4-6 were not used in Brown's book, though they cover some of the same subject matter. Many are copies of images in the Special Collections Picture Collection, and references to these sources are provided. Box 4 contains an additional 156 photographs, chiefly copies made during the preparation of Fayetteville: A...
Dates: 1820-1983

Lola Brown Diary

 Collection
Identifier: MS B81
Scope and Content Note

Copy of a forty-page transcript of a diary recording the personal and family life of Mrs. Lola Brown of Coal Hill and Clarksville (Johnson County). The time period covered by the diary includes her courtship and early years of married life, from December 26, 1923, to November 29, 1930. The transcript was prepared by Walter Mooney.

Dates: 1923-1930

Pat Rhine Brown Materials

 Collection
Identifier: MC 1906
Scope and Contents The collection consists of an oral history of Pat Rhine Brown conducted by Tom W. Dillard on March 24, 2010, as well as copies of newspaper clippings regarding Brown and her family, a brochure commemorating the centennial anniversary of Arkansas Mill Supply Co., and a Spring 1984 issue of Neighbors: South Arkansas' Magazine with a cover story on her father, Dr. T.E. Rhine. Topics discussed in the oral history interview include Brown's childhood in Thornton,...
Dates: circa 1959-2010

Richard J. Brown Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MC 1549
Abstract

Correspondence, reports, programs, itineraries, and other documents, primarily related to Richard J. Brown’s tenure as executive director of the U.S. Commission for Cultural Exchange with Iran from 1965 to 1967.

Dates: 1964-1970

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Arkansas Industrial University 23
Faubus, Orval Eugene, 1910-1994 22
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Apfelbaum, Charles 20
Clinton, Bill, 1946- 20
Compton, Ellen 17
Randolph, Vance, 1892-1980 17
Orion Book Service 16
Fletcher, John Gould, 1886-1950 14
Central High School (Little Rock, Ark.) 13
Commonwealth College (Mena, Ark.) 13
Finger, Charles Joseph, 1869-1941 12
Hudgins, Mary Dengler, 1901-1987 11
Smith, Stephen A., 1949- 11
Clinton, Hillary Rodham 10
United States. Congress. House 10
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Libraries. Special Collections Department 10
Bumpers, Dale 9
Cravens, Fadjo (William Fadjo), 1929-2012 9
Jerome Relocation Center (Ark.) 9
NAFSA: Association of International Educators (Washington, D.C.) 9
Dollar, Clyde David, 1932-1983 8
Futrall, John C. (John Clinton), 1873-1939 8
Garland, A. H. (Augustus Hill), 1832-1899 8
Ozark Society 8
Prichard, Anne 8
Purdue, A. H. (Albert Homer), 1861-1917 8
Rohwer Relocation Center (Ark.) 8
Simon, Charlie May Hogue, 1897-1977 8
United States. Congress. Senate 8
Wappel, Anthony J., 1963- 8
Warren, Lloyd Oliver, 1915-2014 8
Cochran, Robert, 1943- 7
Deane, Ernie 7
Dillard, Tom W. 7
Donaghey, George Washington 7
Harvey, W. H. (William Hope), 1851-1936 7
Hays, Brooks 7
Jones, Euine Fay, 1921-2004 7
League of Women Voters of Arkansas 7
Lemke, W. J. (Walter John), 1891-1968 7
McMath, Sid 7
Price, Florence, 1887-1953 7
Robinson, Joseph Taylor, 1872-1937 7
United States. War Relocation Authority 7
University of Arkansas (System). Division of Agriculture 7
Arkansas Educational Television Network 6
Arkansas Historical Association 6
Arkansas. Constitutional Convention (1969-1970) 6
Bolsterli, Margaret Jones 6
Brough, Charles Hillman, 1876-1935 6
Compton, Neil, 1912-1999 6
Davis, Jeff, 1862-1913 6
Freund, Louis, 1905-1999 6
Huckaby, Elizabeth Paisley 6
Johnson, Charles A. 6
Leflar, Robert A. (Robert Allen), 1901-1997 6
Parler, Mary Celestia 6
Peace Links 6
Pike, Albert, 1809-1891 6
Pryor, David, 1934- 6
Quesenbury, William Minor, 1822-1888 6
Swinnerton, Frank, 1884-1982 6
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. School of Architecture 6
Yell, Archibald, 1797 or 1799-1847 6
Arkansas Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs 5
Arkansas gazette (Little Rock, Ark. : 1889) 5
Arkansas. State Highway & Transportation Department 5
Babcock, Bernie, 1868-1962 5
Between the Covers Rare Books 5
Burnside, Sarah McKee, 1930- 5
Cane Hill College (Washington County, Ark.) 5
Caraway, Thaddeus H. (Thaddeus Horatius), 1871-1931 5
Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) 5
Dunlap, Zillah Peel 5
Fisher, George, 1923-2003 5
Griswold, Nat R., 1901-1991 5
Hargrett, Lester, 1902-1962 5
Hays, Marion Prather 5
Marinoni, Rosa Zagnoni, 1888-1970 5
Old State House Museum (Ark.) 5
Purdue, Richard Howell, 1901-1982 5
Read, Lessie Stringfellow, 1891-1971 5
Southern Tenant Farmers' Union 5
Terry, Adolphine Fletcher, 1882-1976 5
Thomas, David Y. (David Yancey), 1872-1943 5
United States. District Court (Arkansas : Western District) 5
United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation 5
United States. National Archives and Records Administration 5
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Libraries 5
Upchurch, Grace 5
Walker, David, 1806-1879 5
Washington County Historical Society (Ark.) 5
American Indian Movement 4
Argosy Book Stores 4
Arkansas History Commission 4
Arkansas State Penitentiary 4
Arkansas. Constitutional Convention (1979-1980) 4
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