Cane Hill (Ark.)
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Illustrations from A History of Cane Hill College in Arkansas, a 1969 doctoral dissertation by Robert Basham of the University of Arkansas.
Correspondence, diary, notebook, photographs, clippings (electrostatic copy), tax receipts, and other records created, received, or collected by members of the Braly family of Cane Hill, Arkansas and pertaining to their personal, familial, domestic, religious, business, and other affairs, especially during the period, 1862-1865, while Amanda Braly’s son William Carrick Braly was on duty with Confederate army forces as a private in Co. B, 34th Arkansas Infantry.
The collection consists of two documents: an eighteen-page holograph manuscript by Dr. H. E. Buchanan, father of John A. Buchanan, and a seven-page computer printout entitled H.E.B.'s Cane Hill Story.
The collection consists of minute books of the Society and of the Women's Association (Vera Skinner Circle) of Cane Hill United Presbyterian Church, as well as of the financial records of the Society.