Arkansas -- Politics and government
Found in 186 Collections and/or Records:
Joseph Taylor Robinson Papers Supplement
Correspondence, speeches, scrapbooks, photographs, and other materials pertaining to the life and work of Joseph Taylor Robinson, and supplementing the Joseph Taylor Robinson Papers, 1900-1937 (216 feet).
Joseph Taylor Robinson Papers, Supplement 2
Roots Family Papers
Charles B. Roscopf Papers
Hardy "Spider" Rowland Papers
Walter E. Rowland Faubus, Arkansas and Education Typescript
Typescript of Walter E. Rowland's book, Faubus, Arkansas and Education, published in 1989 by River Road Press, Conway, Arkansas. 302 pages.
Elsijane Trimble Roy Papers Addendum
Grandison Delaney Royston Correspondence
Photocopy of printed text of correspondence exchanged at Washington, Arkansas, July 9 and 13, 1863, between Rufus King Garland and Royston, pertaining to Garland's candidacy for election to the Congress of the Confederate States.
Copied from original printed text, torn from an unidentified work in the Robert Wilson Trimble Collection, Arkansas History Commission, Little Rock.
Andrew J. Russell Papers
Bill and Gladys Russell Papers
The collection consists of materials created and collected by Gladys and Bill Russell, primarily memorabilia and correspondence pertaining to the University of Arkansas and to their support of Arkansas and national politicians. Notably, the collection contains scrapbook pages regarding and correspondence from former Arkansas governor and senator Dale Bumpers, who was a friend of Bill Russell.
Billie Schneider Papers
Papers pertaining to Billie Schneider (1925-1985), a member of the Washington County Central Democratic Committee and the Arkansas Democratic Committee. Papers contain correspondence, 1984-1985; copies of political cartoons created by George Fisher, undated; and eulogy for Billie Schneider delivered by David Pryor, 1985.
Lee A. Seamster Papers
The Lee A. Seamster Papers include Seamster's correspondence, copies of his judicial decisions, and legal documents. Fannie Presley Seamster, Seamster's wife, was a member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy; her papers, and Seamster's collection of sermons, are contained here as well. The collection concludes with family photographs.
Vada Webb Sheid Papers
Lindsley Smith Arkansas Women Legislators Oral History Project Records
Ray S. Smith Papers
Materials in the Ray S. Smith Papers include correspondence, congressional activities, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, plaques, and various ephemera materials.
Socialist Party Documents
South by Southwest Collection
Albert Howard Stebbins, Jr. Collection
Historical documents collected by Albert Howard Stebbins, Jr. related to the history of Arkansas.
Frank A. Storey, Jr., Papers
Materials include correspondence, reports, speeches, and other papers. Also included are daily planners, spreadsheets, newspapers clippings, photographs, a master’s thesis, and a scrapbook.
Sue H. Walker Papers
Correspondence and papers
Jonas M. Tebbetts Collection
The collection contains three types of materials: a folder of family and secondary writings concerning Jonas Tebbetts, his family, and the Tebbetts Collection; thirty volumes of diaries, memo books, expense and account books, and other miscellaneous notebooks, written by Jonas M. Tebbetts. The volumes span the period 1847-1905.
David Yancey Thomas Papers
Ray Thornton Papers
James W. Trimble Family Papers
Papers and photographs of James William Trimble (1894-1972) and his family of Berryville (Carroll County), Arkansas.
This collection of mostly family papers include congressional papers, personal papers, photographs, genealogical information, diplomas, awards, certificates, and clippings which refer to James W. Trimble, his family, and other members of the Arkansas Congressional delegation. The papers also contain broadsides that have been removed to the broadside collection.
Jim Guy Tucker Materials
Materials include newspaper clippings and photographs from Tucker's 1978 senatorial campaign. The collection also includes an article dating from 2005 concerning his medical problems.