Arkansas -- Politics and government
Found in 186 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of correspondence, photographs, property records, newspaper clippings, and other materials pertaining to Judge David Walker and the Walker family. Included are materials related to the service of David Walker and other family members in the Confederate Army during the U. S. Civil War, as well as materials related to David Walker's judicial and legal career, and to Senator James David Walker's legal and political career.
The collection contains correspondence, annual reports, financial drive reports, reference material, and clippings.
This collection is an addendum to Washington County League of Women Voters Records (MC 606). For background information and a complete listing of material from the Washington County League, refer to the finding aid for that collection.
Materials include applications, petitions, notes, correspondence, pamphlets, manuals, folders, constitutions, by-laws, resolutions, bills, bill amendments, directories, workbooks, newsletters, newspaper and magazine clippings, name tags, napkin, receipt, maps, tote bag, and city report.
Photoduplications of typed extracts, with manuscript corrections and marginal additions, of three letters dated: "Waxhaws, near Fayetteville," April 6, 1836; "Wexhams," June 7, 1837; "Washington," Dec. 25, 1837. Letters are to William Moore, Mulberry, Lincoln County, Tennessee and to the nation.