Fort Smith (Ark.)
Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
Photographs and postcards, primarily of Arkansas people and places. Additionally, the collection includes photographic negatives that were received in an envelope labeled "Frank S. Robinson"; these negatives, which include images of the San Buena Ventura Mission and Museum, are likely primarily of people and scenes in California and the American West.
The collection consists of records of the Eta and Alpha Pi chapters (Fort Smith, Ark.) of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, a professional organization of women educators. Materials include chapter yearbooks, an Alpha Pi chapter history, event programs, and newspaper clippings, as well as some materials related to the state-level and international organizations.
Views of various historic sites and buildings in Fort Smith photographed in ca. 1975 by Arkansas anthropologist and historian Clyde David Dollar. Slides numbered 1-25 are described on an accompanying manuscript inventory by Dollar.
Prospectus, copy of application for incorporation, record of action taken on application by Arkansas State Board of Railroad Incorporation, articles of incorporation, list of subscribers to stock, and minutes of first stockholders' meeting of Fort Smith, Arkansas corporation. Documents are dated February 7 to February 11, 1910.
Deeds, promissory notes, receipts, statements of account, memoranda, and other collected documents, dated 1848, 1851-1857, 1859-1861, 1871, 1875, 1886-1887, and 1908, relating to the several aspects of the history of Fort Smith, Arkansas and adjacent areas in Arkansas and the Indian Territory. 28 items.
12-page booklet "To The Investor, The Manufacturer and Agriculturist," describing Fort Smith, its "Municipal and Commercial Improvements," and "What Fort Smith Wants In Factories," issued by The Commercial League, Fort Smith.
The Fortnightly Club Papers include correspondence, minutes, yearly calendar events, a scrapbook, study papers, poems, photographs, clippings, microfilm, and other papers relating to Fortnightly Club activities.
The collection consists of a scrapbook belonging to Katie Emrich of Fort Smith, Arkansas, as well as enclosed ephemera and correspondence. The scrapbook primarily contains clippings of poetry and of newspaper articles regarding Emrich's family members.