Agriculture -- Arkansas
Found in 36 Collections and/or Records:
Photographic negatives and prints of Arkansas life and industry made from a set of slides created or collected by University of Arkansas Geosciences professor Thomas O. Graff circa 1975, along with a script used in presenting the slides.
The Harold J. Butler Materials contain twelve Field Diaries from 1937-1942, personal photographs of Harold J. Butler and photographs beginning to end of his worksites. Materials also include correspondence, newspaper articles,textbooks, and pamphlets.
The papers consist of correspondence regarding the upcoming contest, publications pertaining to the contest, and informational and advertising material apparently given to delegates and contestants. Most advertising material not having to do with poultry raising has been removed from the collection.
Typescript of transcribed oral history interview of Zula Zanzibar Deeter by Esther B. Raun. The interview was conducted in fall 1978; the transcript was completed in 1987, and includes a foreward and postscript by Raun, as well as a topical index. Topics include cars, Civilian Conservation Corps camps, childbirth and child rearing, clothing, the Great Depression, farming, food, illnesses and medical care, religion, social life, and education.
Printed broadside "To the Farmers of Arkansas" by J.B. Paine, Secretary-Treasurer (of the Arkansas Union) regarding the establishment of community cooperative "Business Enterprises."
The collection consists of correspondence, personal and business records, and a few photographs. The papers show how the Graves family's farm was financed, especially during the Great Depression and includes transactions with the Federal Land Bank and commercial banks, mortgage and loan records, and records pertaining to the Ozark Fruit Growers Association. Personal records include poll tax receipts, insurance policies, daily expense records and Odd Fellows records for 1910.
The collection, created by Horace Paul Bryan, consists of photocopies of various newspaper and magazine articles written by Bryan and/or about agriculture, coal mining, sea life, labor, and local history.
Family and business papers pertaining to the Stephen W. Irby family of Desha County, Arkansas.
The Irby family papers consist almost entirely of business papers concerning the agricultural and legal concerns of Stephen W. Irby. Also included are four volumes of poetry written and copied by Mrs. Mattie E. Moore who was an employee of Irby in the early twentieth century.
Chicot County, Arkansas, cotton plantation, founded by Joel Johnson in 1831. Ledger containing individual and commercial account information for those transacting business with Lakeport. The ledger was rebound from its original form, and information laying within the gutter of any individual page break may not be legible. This film is the best copy available.
Chicot County, Arkansas, enslaved labor plantation that grew cotton, founded by Joel Johnson in 1831. Primarily cotton books, ledgers, and some laid-in correspondence pertaining to the operation of Lakeport Plantation under the direction of Dr. Victor M. Johnson, Joel's grandson. Arranged chronologically within topically labeled folders.