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Henry Edward Wilson Newllano Colony Papers

Identifier: MS W693
Scope and Content Note Correspondence, memoranda, financial records, essays, addresses, notebooks, legal briefs, clippings, periodicals and other published and unpublished material, most of which dates from 1917 to circa 1950, pertaining to the history of the Llano Co-operative Colony of Newllano, Louisiana, especially as regards its founding in 1917; its legal and financial relationship with the Llano Del Rio Co.; its social and financial plans and problems; dissention and conflict among its leaders and members;...
Dates: 1915-1962

R. E. L. Wilson Plantation Photographs

Identifier: MC 1870
Scope and Content Note Materials include Lee Wilson and Co. photographs, developed by Jack Pryor, negatives, proofs, and a short list of descriptions about the pictures. The Lee Wilson and Co. images were photographed by Jack Pryor. At least some of the images first appeared with the article, Arkansas Giant by J. D. Ratcliff from The Country Home Magazine and another article, The World's Largest Cotton...
Dates: ca 1939

William "Major" Johnson-David Wilson Family Papers

Identifier: MC 1275
Scope and Contents

The papers consist of ledgers, legal documents, letters, and miscellaneous papers which pertain to the Johnson lands and the Wilson's farming operation. Divided into two series, the papers have been arranged in chronological order.

Dates: 1824-1968

William Wilson Papers

Identifier: MC 457
Scope and Content Note Correspondence, legal documents, financial records, and photographs pertaining to the William Wilson family. Significant correspondents include Alfred McIlroy Wilson, Augustus H. Garland, Samuel P. Pittman, Jesse Turner, and Wilson family relatives in Texas. Many of the documents in this collection were published by Walter J. Lemke in a booklet titled The William Wilson Records (Fayetteville: Washington County Historical Society, 1960). In 1981 some of the same materials were...
Dates: 1824-1982

Vernacular Architecture of Arkansas: Photographs by Geoff Winningham

Identifier: MC 1188
Scope and Content Note The photographs in the collection were commissioned by First Federal Savings and Loan of Little Rock and executed by Geoff Winningham in 1980 and 1981. This photographic essay consists of black and white photographs which survey the vernacular architecture of Arkansas. Included are photographs of residences, churches, stores, cabins, garages, barns, businesses, outhouses, and bridges throughout the state. Also included is the portfolio Of the Soil, Six Classics of Arkansas' Vernacular...
Dates: 1980-1981

Thyra Samter Winslow Materials

Identifier: MC 2331
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of four photographs of Arkansas writer Thyra Samter Winslow and her first husband, Seymour Winslow, as well as newspaper clippings of Thyra Samter Winslow's obituary.

Dates: ca 1921-1961

Thyra Samter Winslow Miscellaneous Material

Identifier: MS W73
Scope and Content Note 76 items. Letters, clippings, and academic transcript pertaining to writer Thyra Samter Winslow, Arkansas-born novelist, short story writer, and scenarist. Materials were collected by Richard Clarence Winegard in preparation of his doctoral dissertation, "Thyra Samter Winslow: A Critical Assessment" (University of Arkansas, 1971). Most of the letters in Series 1, Correspondence, represent correspondence between Winegard and the several former associates of Mrs. Winslow from whom...
Dates: 1900-1970

Winston L. Winters Papers

Identifier: MC 1304
Scope and Content Note The collection consists of a scrapbook When We Were in the University, 1902-1906, compiled by Winston L. Winters. It contains a wide range of memorabilia pertaining to Winters' student life. The collection also contains sixteen mostly group photographs of Winters' "Class of 1906," members of Mathetian Literary Society and Alpha Zeta Phi, and a studio portrait. Some of the photographs appeared in the University of Arkansas yearbook ...
Dates: 1902-1908

Blake Wintory Collection of Photographs and Postcards

Identifier: MC 2510
Content Description

Photographic prints, stereoviews, and postcards, primarily of scenes in and around Marianna, Ark. Also includes a photograph of Robert Ramsey, a Memphis, Tennessee-born writer who grew up in Lee County, Arkansas, and authored works such as Fiesta and Fire in Summer, which was set in a fictional county inspired by Lee County.

Dates: circa 1906-1951

Earl R. Wiseman, Sr., Collection

Identifier: MC 1464
Scope and Content Note

Scrapbook and photographs pertaining to Earl R. Wiseman, Sr.

Collection has a scrapbook containing newspaper clippings about Earl R. Wiseman's work enforcing the Prohibition Amendment, repeal, and the regulation and taxation of liquor and other goods; one photograph, "Bench and Bar of Little Rock, Arkansas 1936"; and a panoramic group photograph, "Arkansas Delegation Nat'l Convention at Whitehouse, Wash. D.C., June 22, 1936."

Dates: 1934-1939

Witness Certificates

 Collection — Box: Small Manuscript Collections Box 3
Identifier: MC 45
Scope and Content Note

Certificates for two witnesses, George Lewis and Sam [Speight], in the case of Arkansas vs. [Janie] Jones, signed by F. J. Ginocchio, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Pulaski County, October 27, 1911.

Dates: 1911

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

Woman's Club of Malvern Records

Identifier: MC 1110
Scope and Content Note

Two reels of microfilm containing copies of yearbooks, scrapbooks, minute books, president's books, and a treasurer's book created by the Woman's Club of Malvern.

Dates: 1899-1985

Woman's Fortnightly Club Minutes

Identifier: MC 685
Scope and Content Note

Minutes, attendance, and financial records of the "Woman's Fortnightly Club," Siloam Springs, Arkansas, September 10, 1907 - June 11, 1909.

Dates: 1907-1909

Women of the Ku Klux Klan Collection

Identifier: MC 2296
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of application and membership materials, a charter certificate for the Tri-K Klub (a youth organization of the Women of the Ku Klux Klan), and publications of the Women of the Ku Klux Klan organization, as well as a ceremonial sash. All forms and certificate are blank, not filled out to any individual or chapter.

Dates: circa 1923-1929

Women’s Action for New Directions, Arkansas Chapter Records

Identifier: MC 2013
Scope and Content Note

The collection contains financial, membership, and meeting agendas/minutes, as well as correspondence. It also contains various materials relating to activism, including flyers, pamphlets, buttons, Congressional correspondence and lobbying primarily relating to women’s rights, denuclearization, military budget reduction, and world peace.

Dates: 2008-2013

Women's Charity League Scrapbook

Identifier: MC 1234
Scope and Content Note

The scrapbook, compiled by Helen E. Crossett, contains the constitution and by-laws, membership lists, newspaper articles, programs, leaflets, and photographs.

Dates: 1978-1992

Women's Civic Club Scrapbooks

Identifier: MC 1333
Scope and Content Note

Compiled by Gertrude Thomas, a historian of the Women's Civic Club, the two volumes contain the records of activities from the beginning of the club, October 24, 1934 until February 15, 1976. The scrapbooks contain the club's constitution and by-laws, minutes, correspondence, programs pertaining to the club's events, newspaper clippings, and a photograph.

Dates: 1934-1976

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

Gail Wood Weather Superstitions

Identifier: MS W85
Scope and Content Note

Sayings and drawings compiled as class project for Arkansas folklore class taught by Mary Celestia Parler.

Dates: circa 1959

Henry R. and Katie Wood Collection

Identifier: MC 1426
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of personal and professional correspondence from members of the Wood family as well as records of the family's cotton gin, general store, and plantation records.

Dates: 1868-1957

John Shirley Wood "Memoirs and Reflections"

Identifier: MS W85m
Scope and Content Note

Facsimile of unpublished memoirs of John Shirley Wood, covering approximately 1894-1966, including his service in the U. S. Army and in U. S. and international governmental posts. Original typescript of the memoirs is in the John Shirley Wood Papers, Syracuse University Library, NUCMC MS69-1843. 1 volume, 94 pages.

Dates: 1966

Retha Wood Oral History Interview

Identifier: MC 1244
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of an oral history interview, on audio cassette tape, conducted by Randall Leo Hudson of Retha Wood on April 15, 1993, about Wood's experience growing up during the Great Depression in rural Le Flore County, Oklahoma. She discusses her family life, agricultural and food practices, her school, illnesses and diseases, and home remedies. Also included is a photocopy of notes by Wood related to her discussions in the interview.

Dates: 1993

Wood Uniontown Photographs

Identifier: MC 787
Scope and Content Note

Portrait of Walter and Andrew Wood, ca. 1913, five color prints by Carla Burkhalter of Wood home place, Uniontown, and building on Mt. Gaylor.

Dates: circa 1913; 1985

Arley Ray Woodrow File

Identifier: MC 1524
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of about 350 photocopied pages from the files on Woodrow held by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Dates: circa 1944-1967

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