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Historic buildings -- Arkansas

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

112 Fletcher Avenue Materials

 Collection
Identifier: MC 2238
Scope and Content Note The collection consists of materials relating to the history of the property and to its residents, primarily George J. Rodgers, his daughter Lois Rodgers Vancleave, and her husband Cary (C. S.) Vancleave. Materials include photographic prints and negatives, correspondence, photocopies of property records and other documents.
Dates: ca 1912-2016

Arkansas State Review Committee for Historic Preservation Records

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Identifier: MS Ar4s HPRC 251 251A-D
Scope and Content Note Reports, minutes of proceedings, memoranda, and other records created or received by the Arkansas State Review Committee for Historic Preservation 1973-1979, and accessioned through April 1988. Included are copies of U.S. National Park Service Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation Inventory-Nomination Forms 10-300 and 10-300a for Arkansas properties nominated for inclusion on The National Register of Historic Places.
Dates: 1973-1979

Bunn and Louise Shores Bell Materials

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Identifier: MC 1942
Scope and Content Note This collection includes family biographical materials, correspondence, newspaper clippings, family photographs and photographs of the Lake-Shores-Bell House.
Dates: 1870-1997

Gordon Brooks "Arkansas: Its Architectural Heritage, 1800-1861" Videotape

 Collection
Identifier: MS B791a
Scope and Content Note Forty-five minute color videotape, produced by architecture professor Harry Gordon Brooks II from a script by drama professor Kent R. Brown; narrated by architecture professor Cyrus A. Sutherland; with discussion by panelists Brooks, Sutherland, Fred Williams, Anthony Dube, and Lloyd Benjamin; filmed by Arkansas Educational Television Network with funding, in part, by Arkansas Endowment for the Humanities; and broadcast by AETN January 12, 1981.
Dates: 1981

Collison House Documentation

 Collection
Identifier: MC 1773
Scope and Content Note Documents included in the collection are the meticulous accounts of the construction of the ranch style house that Mrs. Willie May Walker Collison and her husband William Collison built and lived in together. The records were kept by Mrs. Collison from the time that the house was first being constructed until just before she died. The Collison House, located in Bald Knob, Arkansas on North Main...
Dates: 1949-1999

Clyde David Dollar: Fort Smith Historic Building Photographs

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Identifier: MC 489
Scope and Content Note 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.
Dates: ca. 1975

Leslie W. Edwards, Jr., Photographs of Pike-Fletcher-Terry House, Little Rock

 Collection
Identifier: MC 1044
Scope and Content Note Mounted prints, made 1976 by Leslie W. Edwards, Jr., of Pike-Fletcher-Terry House, Little Rock (Pulaski County): exterior, interior, details. Also bust of John Gould Fletcher by Leon Underwood and some prints from Johnswood, the Little Rock home of the Fletchers.
Dates: 1976

Mary Kwas Old State House Research Materials

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Identifier: MC 2087
Scope and Content Note This collection contains Kwas's research materials for her 2010 book, A Pictorial History of Arkansas's Old State House: Celebrating 175 Years, regarding the construction and history of Arkansas’ Old State House. A focus of the research is on individuals involved with the building, including newspaper clippings, articles, and notes describing their roles, such as overseeing construction and decoration of the building. Dates referred to in the collection and...
Dates: 1800-2010

Washington Willow Historical District Oral History Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MC 1286
Scope and Content Note These interviews were also used to create a multi-media slide show about the Washington Willow Historic District of Fayetteville, Arkansas, titled Washington Willow Historical District: A September Song. The collection contains taped interviews arranged alphabetically by the name of the interviewee, transcripts of these interviews, and a slide show Washington Willow Historical District: A September Song, consisting of a tape,...
Dates: 1980-1981