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Walter Lee Brown Collection

Identifier: MC 1200
Scope and Content Note The collection contains papers of the P.G. Henry family, ca. 1861-1892 (store ledger, receipts, letters, special orders, appointment papers signed by the then Governor of Arkansas, Isaac Murphy, and a recipe for magic soap); papers of the Ward, Jones, and Earle Families, ca. 1862-1879 (family letters with typewritten transcripts, last will, bills of sale, receipts, and other papers); papers of Hal L. Norwood, Arkansas Attorney General in the early 1900s, ca. 1896-1915 (correspondence,...
Dates: circa 1861-1928

Leroy W. Browne Photographs

Identifier: MC 804
Scope and Content Note

The photos and related items pertain to the University of Arkansas engineering class of 1915 and the class reunion of 1915. Sizes are given in inches, height by width.

Dates: 1910-1967

Brucellosis Control Survey

Identifier: MC 888
Scope and Content Note

Survey forms used to discover who raise livestock in Western Arkansas and Eastern Oklahoma, and who are having the most trouble with brucellosis control.

Dates: 1985

Brush and Palette Guild Yearbook

Identifier: MC 2361
Scope and Content Note

1950 yearbook for the Brush and Palette Guild of Pine Bluff Arkansas, including officer and member lists and meeting minutes.

Dates: 1950-1951

Ernestine Bryant and Thomas Blakemore Correspondence

Identifier: MC 2040
Scope and Content Note

This collection is comprised of correspondence, about 700 letters, primarily between Ernestine Grace Bryant and Thomas Lester Blakemore, as well as letters to and from family and friends.

Dates: 1907-1918; Majority of material found within 1911-1915

Buchanan Family History

Identifier: MC 1393
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of two documents: an eighteen-page holograph manuscript by Dr. H. E. Buchanan, father of John A. Buchanan, and a seven-page computer printout entitled H.E.B.'s Cane Hill Story.

Dates: undated; 1997

Herbert Earle Buchanan Family Papers

Identifier: MS B85
Scope and Content Note Series 1 contains 33 items of correspondence. Twenty of the 24 letters dated 1857-1898 are to James Albert Buchanan, and pertain to land, familial, and other affairs of the Buchanan family of Washington County, Ark., especially to the role of County Surveyor J. A. Buchanan in work performed 1880-1881 for railroads under construction in the vicinity. Nine letters dated 1928-1929 pertain to Herbert Earle Buchanan's candidacy for presidency of Washington and Lee University; correspondencents...
Dates: 1837-1902, 1928-1929

Betty Bumpers Papers

Identifier: MC 1204

Correspondence, reports, photographs, speeches, newspaper clippings, and audio/visual materials from the life of Betty Bumpers, with a focus on her childhood immunization efforts.

Dates: 1943-2016

Dale Bumpers Papers

Identifier: MC 1490
Scope and Content Note

Materials include biographical information, correspondence, legislative and committee materials (Appropriations, Energy and Natural Resources, and Small Business committees). Additionally, the collection includes materials concerning personal and office records, speeches and voting records, photographs, posters, audio visual materials, and ephemera.

Dates: 1886-2011

Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (CU) Research Materials

Identifier: MC 2205
Scope and Content Note

Oversized notecards with research notes and bibliographic information on sources related to the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (CU) and/or the Fulbright Program; related research materials and correspondence.

Dates: circa 1970-1979

Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs Historical Collection

Identifier: MC 468

This collection consists of the organization files of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

Dates: ca. 1938-1984

Burgin Valley School Register

Identifier: MC 1638
Scope and Content Note

The register includes the name of each student and lists one parent or guardian for each student.

Dates: 1938-1939

Sarah Burnside Papers Relating to the Fayetteville Arts Center Board

Identifier: MC 1534
Content Description

The collection consists of meeting minutes, studies, fundraising materials, and other records related to planning for a fine arts center in Fayetteville in the 1980s, as collected and created by Sarah Burnside, a member of the Fayetteville Fine Arts Center Board. The Board's planning work was a precursor to the establishment of what eventually became the Walton Arts Center.

Dates: 1982-1994

Edward Everett Burr Papers

Identifier: MC 1069
Scope and Content Note Papers pertaining to commercial artist Edward Everett Burr of Chicago, Illinois. The papers are primarily correspondence to Burr from relatives, mostly in Arkansas. Principal correspondents were his brother, Alfred Hamlin Burr, and his father, George Alfred Burr. Alfred Hamlin Burr was secretary and treasurer of W.W. Wilson Company, a cooperage firm in North Little Rock. His father had been a prominent lawyer in Paragould for twenty-five years before becoming a Methodist minister. Other...
Dates: 1928-1933

Burrow Family Materials

Identifier: MC 1996
Scope and Content Note Materials in this collection were collected by Margaret Whillock (1935- ), her grandmother, Hattie McClure Gilbert Burrow, and her aunt, Sallie Landis Burrow (1888-1964).Materials relate to the Burrows family; the Civil War in Tennessee; slavery; the Republican Party; and political campaigns in Arkansas, circa 1904-1926.Materials include correspondence; family histories and genealogical notes; obituaries; awards and certificates; financial documents; speeches;...
Dates: circa 1825-1966

Burt Family Papers

Identifier: MC 456
Scope and Content Note Materials include correspondence, property records, World War I memorabilia, and photographs. The papers pertain to Edward Burt and, his son, Farlow Burt. The papers consist of three series--Edward and Clara Burt, Farlow and Allie Burt, and Albert and Mary Burt. Edward and Clara Burt's papers contain family and professional correspondence. Edward and Clara Burt's papers also include New York and St. Louis property records, as well as some botanical notes. Farlow and Allie Burt's papers also...
Dates: 1865-1966

Mary Burton Papers

Identifier: MC 2264
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, memoranda, minutes, conference materials, and other materials primarily related to Dr. Mary Burton's involvement with the AARP in Arkansas. The bulk of AARP materials relate to Burton's eight-year tenure as Arkansas Spokesperson for the AARP's Women's Initiative. Other materials relate to Burton's association with multiple Arkansas organizations and activities, including the Committee on Women's Concerns, the Fayetteville Business and Professional...
Dates: 1972-2004

Frederick W. Bush Letters

Identifier: MS B96
Scope and Content Note

Photocopies of letters from Sgt. Frederick W. Bush, Co. E, 1st Arkansas Infantry Regiment, Confederate States Army, to his cousin, Emily Shoppack of Arkadelphia, Arkansas. Written between May, 1861 and June, 1863 and describing Bush's war experiences, the letters are dated from Benton, Arkansas and from near Lynchburg and Fredericksburg, Virginia, and Wartrace and Manchester, Tennessee.

Dates: 1861, 1863

Jewell Hughes Bushey Papers

Identifier: MC 1064
Scope and Content Note

The collection contains personal correspondence, including letters to Jewell Hughes Bushey from her lifelong friend and colleague, Jobelle Holcombe. There are also pertinent documents and records of Bushey's academic career at the University of Arkansas and Hunter. The photographs are primarily of Jewell Hughes Bushey and her family and they include photographs of the Hughes home in Fayetteville.

Dates: 1910-1978

Butler-Coulter Family Letters

Identifier: MC 1086
Scope and Content Note 137 original letters and two bound volumes of photocopied typed transcripts pertaining to the Butler-Coulter families of southern Arkansas. The collection consists of letters and fragments exchanged by Henry Alexander Butler (1836-1907) and Mary "Mollie" Elizabeth Coulter Butler (1843-1897) of Dallas and Sevier Counties, Arkansas, along with those from relatives and friends at various points in Arkansas, North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Louisiana, Texas, California,...
Dates: 1856-1897

Butler-Coulter Family Papers

Identifier: MC 1086a
Scope and Content Note The collection primarily consists of family photographs and portraits of members of the Butler, Coulter, Braswell, and Bramlitt families of Arkansas. Also included is a newspaper clipping with a reprinted photograph of E. T. Bramlitt, and genealogical information compiled by Mary Elizabeth Braswell. Also included are two archived websites featuring an oral history interview of Mary Elizabeth Braswell that was commissioned by her granddaughter, Joan Hannan, and conducted in 2002; the videos...
Dates: circa 1870-2002

Harold J. Butler Papers

Identifier: MC 1876
Scope and Content Note

The Harold J. Butler Materials contain twelve Field Diaries from 1937-1942, personal photographs of Harold J. Butler and photographs beginning to end of his worksites. Materials also include correspondence, newspaper articles,textbooks, and pamphlets.

Dates: 1925-1945

Jack Butler Papers

Identifier: MC 618
Scope and Contents The collection contains manuscripts, correspondence, and other materials related to the career of writer Jack Butler. Manuscripts are primarily poems and short stories written while Butler lived in Arkansas; also included is a draft of Butler's 1986 novel Jujitsu for Christ and early notes and drafts of novels Nightshade and Living in Little Rock with Miss Little Rock. Correspondents include...
Dates: circa 1964-1987

Butler-Paisley Family Papers

Identifier: MC 514
Scope and Content Note The correspondence pertains primarily to family matters in Tulip and elsewhere, religious concerns, business and other travel, the Civil War, emigration to California and Texas, and business matters. The business records pertain mostly to William Paisley's general stores in Dobyville and Guerdon, Arkansas. Most of the family correspondence (series 1 and 2) consists of letters written to and from members of the Butler and Paisley families. Other correspondents include Emma's...
Dates: circa 1829-1899

Butler-Paisley Photograph Albums

Identifier: MC 632
Scope and Content Note The two albums contain a total of 83 portraits of members of the extended family of Alexander Butler (1807-1881), a farmer and merchant in Tulip, Arkansas, as well as friends and a number of Methodist clergymen. Fifty-eight negatives and thirty- two 5 x 7 copy photographs made from Emma Paisley's album are also included, as well as thirty-three negatives of grave markers and buildings in Tulip, Arkansas, photographed in the 1980s. Some of these photographs have been published in...
Dates: ca 1829-1890s, 1980s

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Harvey, W. H. (William Hope), 1851-1936 7
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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
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Arkansas Educational Television Network 6
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Davis, Jeff, 1862-1913 6
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Johnson, Charles A. 6
Leflar, Robert A. (Robert Allen), 1901-1997 6
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Read, Lessie Stringfellow, 1891-1971 5
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