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Arkansas -- Photographs

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Arkansas- Pija

Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:

Arkansas Photograph and Postcard Collection

Identifier: MC 2188
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of postcards and photographic prints representing a variety of scenes and events in Arkansas.

Dates: circa 1840-2011

Chicago Historical Society Collection of Arkansas History Photographs

Identifier: MC 2470

46 photographs of portraits, maps, illustrations, and works of art representing historical events of Arkansas and surrounding areas. Copies of originals held by the Chicago Historical Society.

Dates: 1956

Fadjo Cravens Photograph and Postcard Collection

Identifier: MC 2539
Content Description

Photographs and postcards, primarily of Arkansas people and places. Additionally, the collection includes photographic negatives that were received in an envelope labeled "Frank S. Robinson"; these negatives, which include images of the San Buena Ventura Mission and Museum, are likely primarily of people and scenes in California and the American West.

Dates: circa 1870-1950

Mildred Crowley Dickson Papers

Identifier: MC 2329
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of four photographic prints collected by Mildred Elizabeth Crowley, some of which may have originally been collected by her family members.

Dates: ca 1904-1931

Julius Herman Field Photographs

Identifier: MS F456 434
Scope and Content Note

Sepia or black and white prints, produced by Julius Herman Field in and around Fayetteville, Ark. Includes scenes near Happy Hollow Farm, the University of Arkansas, the Washington County Courthouse, Monte Ne, and Eureka Springs' Crescent Hotel; portraits of Charles Joseph Finger, John Leonard Hancock, Margaret Campbell Hancock and Marian Campbell Martin; and several unidentified subjects.

Dates: circa 1920-1925

Kodak Photograph Album of Arkansas, Missouri, and Massachusetts

Identifier: MC 2659
Content Description Kodak album containing 60 2.5”-diameter round photographic prints of the type printed from film from Kodak Original and Kodak No. 1 cameras; locations pictured include Hot Springs, Arkansas; Leeper and Lone Star, Missouri; and Brewster, Massachusetts.Locations pictured in Hot Springs, Arkansas include the Eastman Hotel, the Army-Navy Hospital, Bathhouse Row, Park Hotel, The Arlington Hotel, the Van Vliet house and livery, a brick building labeled “Coopers,” and an advertisement...
Dates: circa 1889-1896

Larry Obsitnik Photo Archives

Identifier: MC 1280
Scope and Content Note Materials in this collection include almost 700 prints and more than 10,000 negatives. They include items spanning the entire length of Obsitnik's career as a photographer. One series features photographs taken while he was stationed in the Aleutian Islands. The collection includes approximately one hundred prints of prominent persons, including American presidents, Arkansas politicians, and celebrities; it contains a substantially larger number of negatives depicting these subjects. Several...
Dates: 1918-1984

Max Parker Photographic Slides

Identifier: MC 2666
Content Description The collection consists of photographic slides of birds, primarily taken by Arkansas birder Max Parker. Most slides are labeled with bird species, location, and date. Locations are from across North and Central America, but with a focus on Arkansas and the United States. Two slides are of images taken by others: Box 2, Folder 14, Image 109 is by Charles Mills, and Box 3, Folder 16, Image 81 was published by the Big Bend Natural History Association. Arkansas locations identified...
Dates: 1980-2005

L. Oscar Plaster Photographs

Identifier: MC 813
Scope and Content Note

The photographs include 53 images of the Arkansas Centennial Celebration (1936) in Mena and 97 images of buildings, events, and people in and around Mena from the late nineteenth century into the 1950s. The business records are an itemized account of income and outgo for the photographic studio, rental property, and the antique business.

Dates: 1930-1978

St. Paul, Arkansas Photographs

Identifier: MC 1467
Scope and Content Note

The photographs were taken by JoBelle Schrillo's maternal uncle, W. V. Davis, of the Electric Studio, Springdale, Arkansas, and one bears the stamp of the studio. Four of the photographs are in a long format, 9 by 3 inches. The fifth is 5 1/4 by 3 1/4 inches. Descriptions, including names of some of the persons in the picture, were written on the verso of each item by Ms. Schrillo.

Dates: ca 1920-1935

Pija Ko An Sumulong, Lawrence Kõn Eṃṃakūt Tok Eo An RiMajõḷ Ro Ilo Springdale, Arkansas, Jen Ḷāmoren Eo Aer/ Lawrence Sumulong Photographs of the Marshallese Diaspora in Springdale, Arkansas

Identifier: MC 2557
Content Description Ilo collection in ewõr 86 pija in armij in Ṃajōḷ ro jen jukjuk in pád eo ilo Springdale, Arkansas. Pija kein rekar kõṃṃan ilo 2016 eo bõtab rekar print i ilo 2021 eo. Pija kein eṃõj jaini, edition eo jinointata in archival pigment print ilo 25”x 37” pepa kõṃṃan jen kilin im idren binana. Pija/print kein rekar kõṃṃani jen digital negative jen LTI/Lightside Photographic Services eo ilo Manhattan, New York City.Ñan kakkobabaḷok, collection in ewõr pija ak digital image file in print...
Dates: 2016-2021

United States Farm Security Administration Photographs of Arkansas

Identifier: MC 499
Scope and Content Note

Microphotographic transparencies duplicated by the Office of War Information in 1945 from original photographs created by the Resettlement Administration (1935-1937) and the Farm Security Administration (1937-1939) of Arkansas subjects. The photographs document rural and urban life in many counties and towns in Arkansas during the Depression.

Dates: 1935-1939