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African Americans -- Education -- Arkansas

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Leo M. Favrot Papers

Identifier: MC 1138
Scope and Content Note

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.

Dates: 1913-1915

Isaac Fisher Papers

Identifier: MC 500

Materials pertain to African-American educator Issac Fisher and Constance Fisher.

Dates: 1902-1976

John Kirk Civil Rights Movement Oral History Collection

Identifier: MC 1649

The John Kirk Civil Rights Movement Oral History Collection consists of interviews of persons involved in the Civil Rights movement in Arkansas.

Dates: 1966; 1992-1993

Southland College Papers

Identifier: MC 577
Scope and Content Note The collection includes correspondence, predominantly during the last years from 1922 to 1925; student records from 1876 to 1925; financial records from 1882 to 1925; minutes of the Missionary Board of the Indiana Yearly Meeting from 1872 to 1918; minutes and records of the Southland Monthly Meeting from 1873 to 1922; and photographs, circa 1900 to 1925. Although these materials provide keen insight into the history of Southland College, many large gaps exist in the written record....
Dates: ca 1872-1925

Mildred E. White Essay

Identifier: MC 2163
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of two copies of a typescript of an autobiographical essay by Mildred E. White, "My Year at Southland Institute" (3 pages). The essay discusses White's experience as a volunteer teaching at Phillips County, Arkansas' Southland Institute, a Friends-run college for African-Americans, from 1918-1919.

Dates: undated