University of Arkansas, Fayetteville – Students
Found in 81 Collections and/or Records:
A scrapbook contained in large wooden covers. The front is decorated with an insignia of the Arkansas Razorbacks and one of Angel Flight. The scrapbook contains photographs, printed programs and other material, one or two pieces of correspondence. The photographs, generally unidentified, document the attendance of the membership at national conferences of Angel Flight, the Arnold Air Society, or AFROTC.
The papers contain items from the student and navy days of Mr. Black, programs from his season with the Martha Graham Dance Company, original poetry and a stage play, clippings, photographs, and phonograph records of songs sung by Mr. Black.
The papers consist of classroom notes and essays on commerce, geography, history, and social sciences and two scrapbooks with newspaper clippings, the Arkansas Industrial University Commencement program, 1880 and 1882, two letters (Arkansas Industrial University to W.P. Booth), 1880 and 1881, and handwritten notes. The papers also include Booth's 1883 diploma.
The collection consists of Martha Callahan's scrapbook, which contains pictures, letters, school material, cards, newspaper clippings and other memorabilia. Loose items were collected in a separate folder.
This collection contains materials mainly from the University of Arkansas, Harvard Law School, the U.S. Army, and his law and municipal judgeship career. Other materials include receipts, certificates, personal balance sheets, YMCA membership cards, church pamphlets, and photographs.
Materials in this collection include biographical information, correspondence and materials relating to Carolyn Chandler's life, particularly her time spent working as a Red Cross SRAO Donut Dolly in Korea and Vietnam, as well as photographs, slides, newspaper clippings, items worn by Clinehens Chandler, and scrapbooks.
The work is arranged in roughly chronological order, more of a chatty narrative than a straight chronology of Greer's life and work. Includes references to his college days, when he boarded at the Liebolt house and worked for Linebarger at Bella Vista, rural life in his childhood and later, and his experiences as an engineer in many parts of the world.
Apparently there has been some revision. A few interleaved sheets contain either illustrations or notations of missing pages.
The collection contains various materials, including: programs for educational, musical, and dramatic productions; commencement and Alumni Association materials; a photograph and numerous postcards; and general materials, such as a freshman arm band and a pin-on button. These materials speak to campus life, society, and culture from the Jazz Age to World War II.
Material pertaining to the life of William J. Hamilton, Arkansas student, teacher, lawyer, and merchant, especially to his years as a student at Arkansas Industrial University, 1889-1894. The memoirs also relate, in part, to the history of Hartford, Arkansas, to Hamilton's daughter, Nell Lucille Hamilton Trotter, and to other members of the Hamilton-Gryder-York-Dean-Trotter families.
This collection includes letters written by George Henry Holmes to his mother, Francis Henry Holmes, while he was a student at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville (1910-1912) and his typed and handwritten poems written between 1943 and 1951. The collection also includes a letter from P.G. Holmes to his wife, Martha, and a political brochure from George Holmes’ re-election campaign for the Tenth Judicial District of Arkansas prosecuting attorney.
Autograph album inscribed "A.I.U." with signature of John J. Hughes. Verses and writings signed by fellow students commemorate their schooldays together. Photographs of unidentified classmates and a photograph of Old Main.