Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Day-book, medicinal recipes, and other records created or received by Arkadelphia, Arkansas physician Z. C. Johnson, pertaining principally to his practice of medicine, but also to business affairs.
Book containing handwritten list of officers, "Instructions," by-laws, and Act of Incorporation of the Arkansas Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 1861; "S. H. Payne's Day Book for Cherokee" and "Tickets Sold" (financial records), 1876; recipes, clippings of recipes and remedies, note dated 1907.
Typewritten transcript of the diary and journal of the Arkansas physician and clergyman, entitled, "Marion D. Steele Book, November AD 1852, Receipts and formulays, Powhaton Ark March 1st 1855, Diary." The material, which includes records of medicines prescribed and weddings performed January 13, 1859 to August 25, 1863, pertains to the history of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South and to the history of medicine in Lawrence County, Arkansas, 1855 to 1863.