University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Found in 240 Collections and/or Records:
Petition dated April 29, 1959, containing over 1,000 names in support of U of A faculty in opposition to Act 10. Attached note signed by Robert C. Runner and Richard W. Stewart, U of A Young Republican Club, regarding petition and other student support of faculty.
Printed announcement for the 1892 session of the Arkansas Industrial University. Includes description of courses, as well as information on costs.
The material has been divided into four series: Collection of literature on arachnids, research and teaching papers (including reprints, typescripts, notes, and correspondence), personal papers, and pictures (mostly photographs of arachnids and birds).
The Virgil L. Baker Papers include correspondence concerning the New Play Series at the University Theatre, the building of the Fine Arts Complex, and the Department of Speech and Dramatic Art. Along with first and second drafts of several books as well as articles, short stories, and plays, the collection contains Virgil L. Baker's research notes, material for future poems, Unitarian church materials, University of Arkansas materials, clippings, and papers of Lillian Baker.
Materials consist of personal correspondence,materials related to Barnhart's academic career with a focus on the topic of Little Rock's law school and its creation, and other materials related to the personal and professional life of Ralph Barnhart.
Scrapbook pages and photograph, circa 1896. 9 items.
Scrapbook pages containing 1896 Arkansas Industrial University (now the University of Arkansas) graduation program, senior class song (written by Ida G. Barr), views of Fayetteville and U of A campus, newspaper clippings. Photograph (7½ x 9 3/4" mounted on card) is of Old Main from the north, dated on reverse 1904-1906.
This collection contains correspondence, certificates, an oral history interview, plaques, and photographs.
Materials include speeches given by Charles E. Bishop during his time as the University of Arkansas President. Some speeches are accompanied by related material, including correspondence, press releases, and event programs. The collection also includes a few of Bishop's published papers and reports and a few speeches given by other people.
The papers contain items from the student and navy days of Mr. Black, programs from his season with the Martha Graham Dance Company, original poetry and a stage play, clippings, photographs, and phonograph records of songs sung by Mr. Black.
Materials include biographical data, correspondence, newspaper clippings, research materials, notes, primary and secondary source documents, manuscripts, memorabilia, photographs, and electronic data.