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Roy is a prominent Little Rock, Arkansas ophthalmologist, historic preservation advocate, founder of the World Eye Foundation, author of books on ophthalmology and history, philanthropist, and a 1986 candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas (view finding aid) This collection consists of personal papers, writings, photographs, and political materials of a Little Rock radio personality and Baptist minister, 1941-1972 (view finding aid) This collection contains papers pertaining to the estates of deceased persons filed in Faulkner Count Probate Court, 1873-1917 (view finding aid) This was an Arkansas based publishing company that specialized in Arkansas subjects and titles.This collection contains business records, copyrights, manuscripts, and correspondence, 1973-1981 (view finding aid) This organization was a non-profit environmental group, which worked to provide information to the public though research.(view finding aid) This collection consists of personal papers, political commissions, and correspondence of Mr.Newton, a Lincoln County farmer and politician, 1862 -1914 (view finding aid) Ted Worley held a position at ASTC (UCA) and was Executive Secretary of the Arkansas History Commission until the 1960s.This collection consists of correspondence, photographs, memorabilia, and business papers , 1901-1980 (view finding aid) Harold Sherman was a prominent Stone County leader, author, lecturer, and expert in the paranormal whose work can be seen through publications, correspondence, memorabilia, audio-visual material, manuscripts and writings, 1907-1987 (view finding aid) This is the complete set of the a historical series as published in the Arkansas Gazette, 1958-1968 (view finding aid) John R.His collection contains both personal papers, published material, and unpublished material on UCA and Arkansas history (view finding aid) This collection contains personal papers, correspondence, and business papers of Ms.
A large portion of this collection deals with the Cache River, 1970-1981 (view finding aid) The Arkansas Symphony Orchestra has been educating people on music since 1938.
This collection documents their success through administrative records, correspondence, audio-visual material, and memorabilia, 1938-2001 (view finding aid) Charles R.