Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
The memoir written by May McClerkin pertains to the Cazort family of Johnson County, Arkansas, who ran a successful business and farming operation near Lamar and Clarksville near the railroad after the Civil War. The memoir by Dr. Cazort pertains to his childhood in Johnson County.
The collection is photocopied and organized into three folders.
The collection contains materials related to Arkansas physician William Bruce Center, including photographs, correspondence, artwork, his diploma from the University of Arkansas Medical Department, and a Scottish Rite certificate.
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.
17 "day books" and ledgers of Gainesville, Arkansas physician Henry McWebb, recording, by names of patients, dates of his professional visits, fees charged and date and method of payment in cash or in kind, and, in some cases, general kind of illness or injury treated and nature of treatment of medication given. Some volumes have related material laid in and/or school child's undated mathematical calculations and class notes at back.
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.
Account book and other documents pertaining to the business affairs of the Prairie Grove, Arkansas physician, 1865-1876, and to land and business transactions by others in and around Prairie Grove and Viney Grove, Arkansas, 1836-1887. Materials relate to Andrew Buchanan, Leander Buchanan, John Moore, Lucinda Moore, and Peter Van Winkle.