Political campaigns -- Arkansas
Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
Materials include biographical information, correspondence, legislative and committee materials (Appropriations, Energy and Natural Resources, and Small Business committees). Additionally, the collection includes materials concerning personal and office records, speeches and voting records, photographs, posters, audio visual materials, and ephemera.
The collection consists of records related to the professional career of journalist Kenneth C. Danforth, as well as Arkansas-related materials collected by Danforth. Materials include copies of Danforth's writings; resumes; photographs taken by Danforth of David Pryor's 1976 gubernatorial campaign; and an Arkansas Sesquicentennial souvenir packet containing reproductions of historic photographs of El Dorado.
Correspondence, newspapers, clippings, speeches, broadsides and other material pertaining to the political career of John Wellington Grabiel, the Ohio-born attorney of Fayetteville, Arkansas, who, in 1922 and 1924, was Republican candidate for governor of Arkansas.
Printed ("Typographical Union Label, Fort Smith, Ark." on front) brochure, folded to 4 pages, for the reelection of C. G. "Crip" Hall as Arkansas Secretary of State. Includes halftones of Hall and many views of Capitol.
The collection is divided into twenty-one series. Materials include biographical data, correspondence, legislative and committee materials, personal and office financial records, speeches, press releases, posters, audio and video tapes, and ephemera.
The collection consists of materials regarding the political activities of Carole L. Harter (Carole Westby at the time of her campaigns), particularly her 2006 run for Arkansas House District 98 seat and her 2008 run for Benton County Justice of the Peace District 10. Materials include correspondence, press coverage, speeches, polling and voting results, and district maps.
Printed leaflet, folded to 4 pp, giving record and qualifications of Tom A. Hill, candidate for Lieutenant Governor. Includes "Typographical Union Labor, Pine Bluff," logo and halftone of Hill.
This collection includes letters written by George Henry Holmes to his mother, Francis Henry Holmes, while he was a student at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville (1910-1912) and his typed and handwritten poems written between 1943 and 1951. The collection also includes a letter from P.G. Holmes to his wife, Martha, and a political brochure from George Holmes’ re-election campaign for the Tenth Judicial District of Arkansas prosecuting attorney.
Papers include extensive correspondence relating to Little’s campaign for governor, handbills, receipts, copies of his speeches and miscellaneous material. Microfilmed materials are the papers of John Sebastian Little (1851-1916) donated to the Arkansas History Commission by Mrs. Tom Vertrees, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1964.
This collection contains correspondence, law material, speeches, papers, photographs, tape recordings, awards, certificates, and clippings from McMath's political and military careers, as well as his personal life. The papers also contained broadsides, which have been removed to the broadside collection.