Arkansas -- Politics and government
Found in 186 Collections and/or Records:
Brooks Hays Addresses and Articles
Xerox copy of three typescript "Diary Notes" (1963 and 1965) and of 64 typescript or printed texts of, excerpts from, notes for, or preliminary drafts of addresses or published articles (1961-1965) by former Arkansas Congressman Lawrence Brooks Hays. Original typescript or printed copies, some of which bear manuscript notations, marginalia, or revisions, are in the Hays Papers at Wake Forest University.
Brooks Hays Papers Addenda
Brooks Hays Papers Second Addendum
George Washington Hays Miscellaneous Papers
Lawrence Brooks Hays Papers
Lawrence Brooks Hays Supplementary Papers
Fay Hempstead Petition and Warrants
Petition, 1871, presented to Governor Powell Clayton by Hempstead as counsel for claimants M. S. Hancock and John P. Kelley, levee and ditching contractors, praying issuance of auditor's warrants to replace voided warrants issued in 1861 in payment due claimants by the State of Arkansas; attaching 45 voided warrants as Exhibit "A"; and bearing the endorsement of Governor Clayton, May 25, 1871, referring claim to Hon. Jno. R. Montgomery, Atty. Genl., for examination.
Henry Alexander Papers
The collection consists of Henry Alexander's files on the 1967/1968 Arkansas Constitutional Convention. Most papers are photocopies of unpublished reports and proposals used and/or written by various committees revising the Arkansas Constitution. Papers also contain newspaper clippings.
Henry Clay East Papers
Most of the papers in this collection comprise correspondence from H.L. Mitchell to East regarding Mitchell's union work after the STFU merged with other labor unions. Some correspondence concerns East's personal and political activities. Other materials include clippings, pamphlets, brochures, and newsletters that East either obtained himself or received from Mitchell.
Morriss M. Henry Papers
This collection contains correspondence, speeches, legislative papers, press releases, bills, reference material, photographs, and clippings from Henry's political career.
E. S. Hewen Papers
Dusty Higgins Cartoons and Illustrations
A. G. Hill Letter
Letter dated Union Court House, Arkansas, December 30, 1840, from A. G. Hill, Clerk of Union Circuit Court, to Governor Archibald Yell, relating to a petition praying the appointment of an additional Justice of the Peace for Franklin Township.
Jack E. Hill Papers
The Jack Hill Papers consist of videos, correspondence, financial records, grant reports, scripts, and research materials from Hill's life and career.
Tom A. Hill Campaign Leaflet
Printed leaflet, folded to 4 pp, giving record and qualifications of Tom A. Hill, candidate for Lieutenant Governor. Includes "Typographical Union Labor, Pine Bluff," logo and halftone of Hill.
Herbert Hoover Arkansas-related Correspondence
Lynn Hornsby League of Women Voters Records
Michael Pleasant Huddleston Miscellaneous Materials
James Henderson Berry Papers
The material consists of thirty letters written primarily after Berry's retirement from the Senate, including one letter from President William Howard Taft (folder 4). There are also twelve miscellaneous items and seventy-five obituary notices of Berry's death.
Jeff Davis Papers
Correspondence, literary productions, printed materials, legal and financial documents, scrapbooks, and photographs created, collected, or received by Jeff Davis and his descendants.
The Jeff Davis papers contain documents pertaining to the personal and professional life of all four generations of the family, from Lewis Davis and Frank Thatch in the nineteenth century, to Jeff Davis, Jr. in the 1980s.
John Elvis Miller Oral History Interview
Oral history interview and transcript conducted by Walter L. Brown, Bruce Parham, and Samuel A. Sizer at Fort Smith, Arkansas, March 18, 1976 with John Elvis Miller. Interview conducted at Miller's office in the U.S. Post Office building, Fort Smith, Arkansas. In the interview Miller discusses his youth, the Elaine, Arkansas race riots of 1919, and his political career.
James M. Johnson Materials
The James M. Johnson Materials include correspondence, land deeds, and photographs.
Kenneth O. Warner Papers
The present collection contains material relevant to Warner's early work with the Arkansas Municipal League and other activities of local government, concentrating, however, on his work with the Arkansas Civil Service Commission. The collection which includes correspondence, financial data, and newspaper clippings, is particularly valuable as a primary source for the "inner workings" of Arkansas government.
Albert King Papers
The collection consists of speeches, campaign materials, newspaper clippings, photographs, correspondence, and other materials, primarily regarding the Madison County, Arkansas political career of Albert King and reflecting King's involvement with Carl E. Bailey and Orval Faubus' gubernatorial campaigns.
King Jeff the First Typescripts
Two typed versions of a play by George Stockard, "King Jeff the First," concerning "King Jeff" (Arkansas Governor Jeff Davis) and other politicians and university administrators.