Education -- Arkansas
Found in 40 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of a school notebook containing essays (including one titled "Arkansas. Its Present Condition, Resources, and Educational Outlook") and book reviews; an Arkadelphia Methodist College report card for M.[?] J.[?] Frankie[?] Turrentine[?], dated 1901; and a clipping of an article titled "A Chat about the Figure."
Television film, "As We See It...," produced by WWTW/Chicago Public Television Station in May 1978, for Public Broadcasting System series of 24 half-hour programs on school desegregation. Part I, on Hope High School, Hope Ark., shown by AETN Feb. 16, 1980; another segment, on Little Rock's Central High School, shown by AETN May 25, 1980. 2 U-matic videotapes, without soundtracks.
Mounted clippings, with one mounted certificate and one mounted letter, pertaining to re-union, 1975, of school classes of years 1920-1962. Clippings are from Fayetteville, Arkansas Northwest Arkansas Times, Springdale News, and unidentified newspapers.
Illustrations from A History of Cane Hill College in Arkansas, a 1969 doctoral dissertation by Robert Basham of the University of Arkansas.
Photocopies of printed catalogues, "The First Annual Catalogue of the Officers and Students in Cane Hill College, Located at Boonsboro, Washington County, Arkansas, and of the Officers and Students in Cane Hill Female Seminary, Located One Mile South of Boonsboro, Arkansas, for the Collegiate Year 1858-'59" (Fort Smith, 1858); together with, "Catalogue...for the Scholastic Year, 1877-8" (Fayetteville, 1878), and, "Catalogue...for the Scholastic Year 1883-4" (Fayetteville, 1884).
Records of annual and special school meetings, registers of school officers, certificates of school taxes levied, teachers' contracts, registers of teachers employed, reports of district directors, enumeration reports, and other standard form records "required by the...school laws of the state."
Outlines, drafts, and finished essays; notes; examinations; and other papers (including Regulations of AIU; appointment as beneficiary; receipt for fee; and concert, chapel, elocution, and commencement programs) of Daniel M. Davis, a student of the Preparatory Department, Arkansas Industrial University, 1893.
Announcement of curricula, tuition, and board costs, and term schedules for 1888-89 academic year.
Mimeographed form letters issued by Leo M. Favrot to black Arkansas teachers concerning a variety of educational topics; mimeographed form letter from Favrot to Arkansas blacks concerning the Arkansas State Fair; mimeographed report form completed by teacher Lizzie Ryles, Hempstead County, Arkansas, and submitted to Favrot concerning black industrial education classes.
The collection includes both a bound and an unbound copy of Henry's memoir. The unbound memoir includes an introduction by her son, Thomas Henry. The bound copy includes a compact disc which contains a family tree, electronic copies of the memoir and 275 photographs.
Elizabeth Paisley Huckaby Records Pertaining to the Integration of Central High School, Little Rock, Arkansas
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.
The collection contains meeting minutes, agendas, member lists, financial records, a constitution, and other organizational records of the Northwest Arkansas Schoolmasters Club and of its predecessor, the Washington County Schoolmasters' Club.