University of Arkansas, Fayetteville – Photographs
Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of thirty-six black and white photographs of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, ca 1907-1911. The pictures are mounted on 9.5" x 12.5" construction paper sheets and all, with the exception of four, are accompanied by typewritten captions. Seven photographs bear the Grabill Photo insignia.
The collection contains a typewritten narrative about the campus housing, educational, and recreational facilities; blueprints; and photocopies of photographic images. The two sets of the original series of twenty-one photographs are kept in a separate folder.
Collection consists of photographs, programs, newsclippings, and artifacts.
This collection consists predominantly of photographs from Andrew Lucas as photographer and editor for the Arkansas Alumnus. The collection also contains correspondence, publications and papers collected by Lucas predominantly pertaining to University history.
This is a collection of photographs consisting of groups of extension agents and staff serving different areas in the state of Arkansas. The photographs are not dated but all appear to have been taken within the same time period. The collection also contains campus photographs.
Box 1 contains paper materials, primarily sports game programs, and A/V materials. Boxes 2-6 contain primarily photographs, negatives, and slides.