Arkansas -- Politics and government
Found in 186 Collections and/or Records:
Seven U-matic video tapes featuring interviews of and programming regarding Senator J. William Fulbright that were aired on or used in programming aired on Little Rock's KTHV television station.
Letter dated at Washington, D. C. February 21, 1876, from Acting Commissioner Lippincott of the United States General Land Office to Thomas Montague Gunter, United States Congressman from Arkansas, regarding proposed legislation to place "the Fort Wayne abandoned military reservation in Arkansas...in the condition of ordinary public lands."
Papers include extensive correspondence relating to Little’s campaign for governor, handbills, receipts, copies of his speeches and miscellaneous material. Microfilmed materials are the papers of John Sebastian Little (1851-1916) donated to the Arkansas History Commission by Mrs. Tom Vertrees, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1964.
Printed ballot listing candidates and parties for representative, Lonoke Township justice of the peace and constable, county judge, sheriff, assessor, and other county offices; penciled note on reverse.
This collection contains research material accumulated during the author's work on her book First Ladies of Arkansas: Women of Their Times. Included are the original drafts of the narrative, handwritten notes, correspondence pertaining to the author's research, questionnaires, newspaper and magazine clippings (as well as photocopies), and other printed material; photographs and slides. Also included is the incomplete manuscript of the book.
This collection contains correspondence, law material, speeches, papers, photographs, tape recordings, awards, certificates, and clippings from McMath's political and military careers, as well as his personal life. The papers also contained broadsides, which have been removed to the broadside collection.
The papers, accumulated by Sara Murphy, pertain to her professional and political activities, and consist of correspondence, press releases, promotional/publicity material, reports, pamphlets and brochures, newsletters, programs and announcements, speeches/presentation papers, newspaper and magazine clippings, miscellaneous published and unpublished material, handwritten notes, and several photographs featuring Sara Murphy.
Signatures of Governor James Philip Eagle, other state constitutional officers, and members of the Senate of the Twenty-eighth General Assembly of the State of Arkansas, obtained in February, 1891.