Arkansas -- Politics and government
Found in 183 Collections and/or Records:
Materials include correspondence, memoranda, reports, lists, speeches, minutes of meetings, sound recording's and transcripts of proceedings, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, legislative bills, resolutions and acts, and other published and unpublished materials created, received, or assembled by members and staff of the convention in the course of its work.
Manuscript, typescript, printed and other records created or received by the Arkansas Constitutional Revision Study Commission and its research staff.
Documents pertaining to Ellen Compton's attendance at the 1955 session of Arkansas Girls State under the sponsorship of the Bentonville Rotary Club. She had her picture made with the other delegates, and later in the summer talked to the club about her experiences.
The material consists of annual reports, correspondence, minutes of meetings, and material relating to the organization of local leagues; reports, minutes, and correspondence of the state organization, as well as information and clippings pertaining to the League of Women Voters in general.
This is an addendum to the Arkansas League of Women Voters Records (MC 476). For background information and a complete listing of material from the League, refer to the finding aid for that collection. See also Addendum II (MC 966).
This portion contains correspondence, annual reports, reference material, and clippings. Most of the papers are in subject files containing both correspondence and reference material.
The collection contains correspondence, annual reports, reference material, and clippings. File names are those given by the Arkansas League.
The collection consists of video recordings produced by or for the Arkansas Educational Television Network (AETN). The bulk of the videos relate to Arkansas politics, and particularly to debates, interviews, and call-in shows moderated by AETN journalist Steve Barnes.
Audiovisual materials, scripts, and transcripts of a television feature story called “Fulbright: 30 Years”, a 1975 retrospective on the political career of J. William Fulbright produced by James Craig Barnes.
20-page account of family stories of James H. Berry, 1841-1913, Confederate soldier, lawyer, governor of Arkansas, and United States senator, written by his granddaughter, Mary C. Berry.
Letters and copies of letters to and from R. S. Biggers.
The letters mainly pertain to R. S. Biggers's behind-the-scenes political activities: letters requesting his help in getting people jobs and letters he wrote to Wilbur D. Mills, Hattie W. Caraway, and John E. Miller, recommending people for jobs. Unless otherwise noted, it should be assumed that R. S. Biggers' location was Hardy, Arkansas.
Materials include biographical data, correspondence, newspaper clippings, research materials, notes, primary and secondary source documents, manuscripts, memorabilia, photographs, and electronic data.
Letters from U.S. Senator Borland, Washington, D. C., to Charles A. Galloway and others, pertaining to affairs at Fort Washita, to business of the Senate Printing Committee, and to the Phi Delta Society at Oglethorpe University, Milledgeville, Georgia.
Materials include biographical information, correspondence, legislative and committee materials (Appropriations, Energy and Natural Resources, and Small Business committees). Additionally, the collection includes materials concerning personal and office records, speeches and voting records, photographs, posters, audio visual materials, and ephemera.