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Communal living -- Arkansas

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Harmonial Vegetarian Society Land Sale Indenture

Identifier: MC 1111
Scope and Content Note

Land sale indenture for purchasers A.D. Tenney, John Murphy, and Wilson [or Milton] Vale, trustees of the Harmonial Vegetarian Society of Harmony Springs (Benton County), Arkansas, and sellers James E. and Martha Spencer. Manuscript copy of an entry in Benton County Deed Book "E," pp. 340-341, probably prepared by Justice of the Peace P.V. Rhea.

Dates: 1860

John Harrison Newman Papers

Identifier: MC 2438
Content Description Personal and professional papers of John Harrison Newman, who was involved in Northwest Arkansas communes and food cooperatives, including the Ozark Cooperative Warehouse, and established a consulting business to turn around failing companies. Collection materials include photographs; school papers; correspondence, particularly between Newman and his parents; journals; and newspaper articles. Photograph locations include Fayetteville, Arkansas, and the Sassafras commune in Newton County,...
Dates: circa 1948-2011