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John F. Wells Papers

Identifier: MC 791
Scope and Content Note Series 1, Biographical Materials, includes samples of essays written by John Wells when attending the University of Arkansas in the early 1920s, newspaper essays written by Wells that were primarily autobiographical, newspaper clippings which feature Wells and his career as the subject, correspondence pertaining to Wells personally and the operation of his newspaper, and research materials for articles Wells planned to write or collected out of general interest. Series 2, Jovejoy Award...
Dates: 1923-1983

West Fork (Arkansas) Regular Baptist Church Records

Identifier: MC 908
Scope and Content Note

The West Fork (Arkansas) Regular Baptist Church Records were collected in two accessions. The first accession consists of photocopies of a transcript of church records from 1830-1849 and a photocopy of an annual session of the Zion Church.

The second accession consists of a transcript of the West Fork Church's minutes from 1850.

Dates: 1830-1903

W. W. West Company Records

Identifier: MC 555
Scope and Content Note The records contain 35 account ledgers recording business transactions and other information. Also included are correspondence, property records, and other papers. Property records include deeds, architectural drawings of the W. W. West Company store, maps of Wabbaseka and West's additions to Wabbaseka, a map of Jefferson County, and a map of the M. H. Johnson Roberts farm. Other records include bank statements, company expense records, cotton pay rates, and a collection of W. W. West...
Dates: 1915-1968

Western Coal and Mining Company Tally Sheets

Identifier: MC 656
Scope and Content Note

Printed tally sheets, filled in with pencil dated October 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, and 31, 1913; October 24 sheet with penciled announcement for "meeting tonight."

Dates: 1913

Russell Eugene Westmeyer Economics of Transportation Typescript

Identifier: MS W52e
Scope and Content Note

Typescript, with handwritten corrections and additions, of Russell Eugene Westmeyer's "Economics of Transportation," which was published in 1952. 1082L and index.

Dates: 1952

Peter Whetstone Contract

Identifier: MC 676
Scope and Content Note

Contract transferring to Charlton Thompson settlement derived by Peter Whetstone for improvements to land in Lovely County, Arkansas, later part of Indian Territory.

Dates: 1835

Adrian L. White Correspondence

Identifier: MC 1185
Scope and Contents

The collection consists of an informational sheet written by White in 1990 and a series of letters from 1968. White visited the U of A in 1968 when he was President of the Arkansas Broadcasters Association. Subsequent meetings followed with campus administration and the Arkansas Broadcasters Association to establish a program of study for broadcasting and a campus radio station.

Dates: 1968; 1990; Majority of material found within 1968

Francis B. White Chemical Engineering Notebooks

Identifier: MC 2149
Scope and Content Note The collection consists of four notebooks, originally used by Francis B. White, containing notes, charts, and reference materials regarding chemical engineering, particularly the manufacture of phthalic anhydride. Two black notebooks appear to be primarily White’s own notes and published reference materials gathered by White; two olive notebooks appear to be primarily the work of White’s predecessors at Foster Wheeler Corp., including notes by “CRD” (Charles Raymond Downs), “ESF,” and...
Dates: ca 1929-1960

White House Church of Christ Records

Identifier: MC 459
Scope and Content Note

Records of the White House Church of Christ (originally named Union Church House) White River Township (Arnett), Washington County, Arkansas, 1867-1896. Haynie paper includes typescript of church records.

Dates: 1867-1896

John S. White Papers

Identifier: MC 1067
Scope and Contents

The collection consists of the personal papers of John S. White, including materials related to his time as a Carroll County, Arkansas sheep farmer. Materials include photographs of White's property near Metalton, Arkansas; writings by White, including accounts of his life in the Ozarks and of his experience as a child in Texas during World War I and the 1918 influenza epidemic; and financial and property records.

Dates: circa 1940-1990

Julius White Testimonial Letter

Identifier: MC 484
Scope and Content Note Letter, signed by E.B. Dayne and two other former officers of the 37th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, from Lake County, Illinois, testifying to the favorable conduct of Brigadier General Julius White during the Battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas, March 6-8, 1862 Letter, signed by Lt. Colonel E. B. Dayne, First Lieutenant E. P. Messer, and Captain E. N. B. Messer, of the Thirty-seventh Illinois Volunteer Infantry, all of Lake County, Illinois, testifying to the favorable conduct of...
Dates: 1868

Mildred E. White Essay

Identifier: MC 2163
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of two copies of a typescript of an autobiographical essay by Mildred E. White, "My Year at Southland Institute" (3 pages). The essay discusses White's experience as a volunteer teaching at Phillips County, Arkansas' Southland Institute, a Friends-run college for African-Americans, from 1918-1919.

Dates: undated

Ray Lewis White Collection of J. William Fulbright Newspaper Clippings

Identifier: MC 522

Newspaper clippings of reviews of books by J. William Fulbright.

Dates: 1963-1969

White River Presbyterian Church Minutes

Identifier: MC 1730
Scope and Content Note

Records consist of handwritten minutes taken during meetings, lists the names of church members, elders, deacons and ministers, marriages, births, and baptisms within the White River Presbyterian Church congregation.

Dates: 1831 - 1868

White Rock Extension Homemakers Club Records

Identifier: MC 933
Scope and Content Note

This collection includes record books (with minutes from meetings), yearbooks, receipts, and one photograph.

Dates: 1949-1984

James Whitehead Joiner Typescript

Identifier: MC 2298
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of an annotated typescript of James Whitehead's novel, Joiner, which focuses on a Southern NFL star. Annotations include both content additions and editorial revisions, and appear to have been made by at least two individuals.

Dates: circa 1970

J. C. Whitescarver Letters

Identifier: MC 1466
Scope and Content Note

Two letters and an envelope written by J. C. Whitescarver in 1877. A transcription made by the donor accompanies the original documents. Whitescarver describes his first impressions on arriving in the Little Red River community and finding work, as well as inquiring about people and the conditions in his home place in Calhoun, McLean County, Kentucky, where the addressee, Sallie Whitescarver, lived, apparently with J. C.'s brother, to whom the content of the letters is addressed.

Dates: 1877, undated

Whitlow and Lake, Druggists Ledger

Identifier: MS L58.W59
Scope and Content Note

Accounts receivable and sales ledger, January 1, 1883 - July 22, 1886, of Fayetteville, Arkansas pharmaceutical firm.

Dates: 1883-1886

Whittington Family Letters

Identifier: MC 519
Scope and Contents

Negative microfilm copies of letters sent to Granville Whittington of Boston, Massachusetts, from his father William, sister Irene, and brother, Hiram Abiff Whittington, a printer who emigrated to Arkansas Territory in 1826. Persons mentioned in the letters include William E. Woodruff, Robert Crittenden, and Cephas Washburn. Places from which the letters were written include Cohassett, Nantucket, and Boston, Massachusetts; and Little Rock and Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Dates: 1824-1834

Hiram A. and Granville Whittington Materials

Identifier: MC 1804
Scope and Content Note The Hiram A. and Granville Whittington Materials contain correspondence between Hiram and his brother, Granville, back in Massachusetts revealing the conditions and his experience in the new Arkansas territory. Granville, a book binder by trade, preserved the letters in a bound volume. These letters that were neatly bound were found in Granville’s attic when his house in Mount Ida was torn down in 1913. The letters begin in 1824 when Hiram was writing from his home in Nantucket,...
Dates: 1824-1874

Hiram A. Whittington Journals

Identifier: MC 1817
Content Description

Four journals kept by Hiram A. Whittington, primarily related to his life and work on his farm in Montgomery County, Arkansas.

Dates: 1888-1914

Donna Axum Whitworth Papers

Identifier: MC 1806
Scope and Content Note

The bulk of this collection pertains to Donna Axum Whitworth's reign as Miss America 1964. Materials in the collection include photographs, assorted ephemera, audio and visual materials, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, and gowns.

Dates: 1942-2007

Brian Wilkie Papers

Identifier: MC 2340
Scope and Contents

This collection contains manuscripts and peer reviews for Wilkie's books including Literature Of The Western World, other authored works, drafts, and notes, as well as his students' surveys concerning prospective additions to his 4th edition of Literature Of The Western World.

Dates: 1986-1994

William A. Gilbert Papers

Identifier: MC 190
Scope and Content Note

The William Gilbert papers consist of correspondence, business records, newspapers, pamphlets, tracts, brochures, amd microfilm reflecting his wide range of interests including socialism, mysticism, pacifism, and the American Legion. The bulk of the papers are printed materials, and those which form an integral part of the collection have been retained.

Dates: 1923-1969

William J. Smith Muster Roll

Identifier: MS Sm68 313
Scope and Content Note

Completed muster roll prepared by Captain William J. Smith for the members of Company B, Fristoe's Battalion, Arkansas Mounted Men of the Missouri Cavalry.

Dates: 1864

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