Arkansas -- Politics and government
Found in 186 Collections and/or Records:
The material consists of correspondence and documents relating to Clark's careers and political interests in the area. A large portion concerns political appointments and Clark's ties to Senator Hattie W. Caraway and Congressman Ben Cravens. Also included are several newspaper clippings (primarily obituaries of Clark) and one broadside (folder 4) concerning the national elections of 1932.
The letter is written in ink on lined stationery of the Headquarters, Republican State Committee, Arkansas, dated from Little Rock, Oct. 21st, addressed to Hon. S. Fessenden in New York, and apologizes for the later return of a dispatch.
Materials include correspondence, reports, publications, forms, financial records, brochures, action alerts, newspaper clippings, photographs, membership records, minutes of meetings, and miscellaneous items including buttons, bumper stickers, name tags and a wooden gavel.
Printed (Allied Printing, Little Rock) leaflet, folded to 4 pages, by Wallace Davis, son of Jeff Davis, concerning the political enmity between his father and candidate James P. Clarke; in form of letter addressed to Hon. W. F. Kirby, Little Rock.
The materials include photocopies of genealogical information, correspondence, photographs and a partial autobiography. Materials are divided into two volumes. The volumes were compiled by the donor, Richard Cochran, who married Deisch's great-granddaughter in 2000.
The collection contains leaflets, brochures, press releases, broadsides, bulletin, newsletter, report, and other printed or duplicated political campaign materials created by or received by the Arkansas Republican Party. The material is now contained in the Broadside Collection.
Political broadside from Democratic gubernatorial primary election campaign of 1910, "The Naked Truth. Kavanaugh Denounces Donaghey"; gubernatorial proclamation, May 13, 1911, calling a special session of General Assembly.
Signed letter, dated "United States Senate Chamber, Washington, June 1874," to "Hon Geo H Williams, Attorney General," signed by Dorsey, William J. Hynes, Asa Hodges, and O. P. Snyder, endorsing William H. H. Clayton's candidacy for appointment as U.S. District Attorney for the Western District of Arkansas.
Campaign packet distributed by the Draft Mills for President Committee, which was organized to support a campaign by U.S. Representative Wilbur D. Mills of Arkansas for President of the United States in 1972. The packet includes correspondence, a newsletter, campaign stickers and pins, and a volunteer form.
The Faubus Oral History Interview Project Materials contains notes, transcripts, newspaper clippings, photocopied reproductions of archival materials, and tape cassette recordings of interviews that were conducted as part of Tom Wagy's project. The materials are divided into three series and are arranged according to original order.