Collection Title: Abraham Lincoln bicentennial postage stamps
This collection contains stamps and envelopes honoring the 200th birthday of the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. Mark Summers created stamp art featuring four different images commemorating the life and career of Lincoln: a rail-splitter, a lawyer, a politician and a president.
Donated by Amanda Paige, Little Rock, Arkansas, 2014.
Abraham Lincoln bicentennial postage stamps, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas.
Collection Title: "Across the Horizon" manuscript
This collection consists of an original manuscript, written in 1938, and the self-published version, copyright 2006, along with additional photographs.
Collection Title: Adams and Blocher records
This collection contains receipts for printing orders completed by Adams and Blocher for the Arkansas State Land Commission and the Arkansas Deaf Mute Institute.
Collection Title: Adams, Horace manuscript: "The Seekers"
The collection contains the manuscript of the unpublished book "The Seekers," by Horace Adams.
Collection Title: Adkins, Homer M papers supplement
This collection consists of correspondence, biographical and genealogical material, certificates, cummunism material, integration, constitutionality and bill of rights, and religion, publications, World War I memorabilia, campaign and inaugural material, newspapers, artifacts, scrapbooks, and photographs.
Collection Title: Adkins, Homer M. papers supplement 2
This collection contains newspaper clippings about important figures in Arkansas history, and scrapbooks.
Collection Title: Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society Conference event images (DVD)
One DVD containing digital images of a book signing for the publication Ten Sisters by sisters and cowriters: Rose Mary Jeffery Stovall, Jewell Wofford, Juanita Owens, Demetrice Jeffery Guydon, Mary Ann Jeffery Wofford, Betty Louise Jeffery Watkins, Lavarange Davis, Lillie Mae Jeffery, Deborah Jeffery Brown, and Baby Girl. The event was held during the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society Conference, September 24-24 2011. Founded in 1977, the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society (AAHGS) is an organization largely focused on the genealogical and historical study of all ethnic and minority groups in an effort to promote scholarly research, provide resource, teach research techniques, as well as document and preserve history of under-documented groups.
Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society Conference event images (DVD), Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas
Richard Bullard, Stuttgart, Arkansas, 2011
Collection Title: Alexander, James H. land grant
This land grant gave James Alexander eighty acres of land in Hempstead County, Arkansas.
Collection Title: Alexander, Orville letter
This collection contains a letter written by Orville Alexander to General Robert C. Newton.
Collection Title: Alien Enemies List supplement
The Alien Enemies List includes such information as the name of the individual, residence (1918), employers since 1914, and date and port of arrival in the United States. Place of birth, snapshot, physical description, description of family, previous military service, and a set of fingerprints of the individual may also be included. The files are arranged in alphabetical order.
Collection Title: Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church records
This collection contains the church board, treasurer, and Sunday school records of the Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME), of Sweet Home, Arkansas, 1944-1983.
Collection Title: Allen, Thelma Matlock papers
This collection contains personal items and postcards collected by Thelma Matlock Allen.
Collection Title: Alpine, Arkansas, Missionary Baptist Church records
This collection contains lists of church members, minutes of meetings, church letters, associational letters, correspondence, financial records, historical information, and other related materials.
Collection Title: Amity, Arkansas, school and post office records
This collection consists of post office records and school records. The post office records contain official and personal accounts, records of box rental income, and description of livestock. The school records contain attendance records and school accounts.
Collection Title: Amity High School yearbooks
This collection consists of yearbooks from Amity High School, Amity, Arkansas, 1928-1929.
Collection Title: Ancient Order of United Workmen Lodge ledger, Stuttgart, Arkansas
This ledger contains lists of officers and official minutes and proceedings of the Ancient Order of United Workmen Lodge in Stuttgart, Arkansas. The dates covered are 1891-1926.
Collection Title: Anderson, J.H. letters
This collection contains correspondence from J.H. Anderson to his brother H.W. Anderson about the recently opened silver and lead mines in Howard and Sevier counties, Arkansas.
Collection Title: Anderson, Louis Edward papers
This collection contains printed materials including a private's manual, infantry drill regulations, and a rifle handbook from World War I.
Collection Title: Andrea, Leonardo collection
This collection contains genealogical correspondence, transcripts of Bible records, transcripts from public records, newsclippings, pedigree charts, family group sheets, genealogical sketches, et cetera.
Collection Title: Andrews, M.L. papers
This collection contains papers from the State Auditor, State of Arkansas, to M.L. Andrews, State Land Agent.
Collection Title: Anthony House letter
This collection contains a letter written by an Anthony House guest to her child, as well as a pattern from a silver cup.
Collection Title: "Architecture" by Lawson Deloney
This collection contains a brief description of early Arkansas architecture written by Lawson Delony, founder of Delony and Wittenberg architecture firm.
Collection Title: Arkansas Advocates for Nursing Home Residents pamphlet
This collection contains one pamphlet detailing the rights and responsibilities of nursing home residents in Arkansas. It was published in 2005 by the Arkansas Advocates for Nursing Home Residents, a non-profit organization devoted to protecting and improving the daily lives of Arkansas residents in long term care facilities.
Arkansas Advocates for Nursing Home Residents pamphlet, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas.
Donated by Arkansas Advocates for Nursing Home Residents, 2007.
Collection Title: Arkansas and Missouri Union Army muster rolls
This collection contains incomplete sets of Civil War muster rolls of Arkansas units that mustered into the United States Army in Missouri, but served in Arkansas, from 1863-1864. It includes muster records for the First Regiment, Arkansas Cavalry; Second Regiment, Arkansas Infantry, and pay certificates at time of discharge for some soldiers.
It also contains the muster rolls for the Second and Third Regiments, Arkansas Infantry volunteers of African descent, and a couple of Missouri regiments as well.
Collection Title: Arkansas Association of Women Lawyers records
This collection contains correspondence, minutes, and notices of Arkansas Association of Women Lawyers (AAWL) meetings. It also includes membership lists and records from the Little Rock Association of Women Lawyers, and the National Association of Women Lawyers. The records contain information on early women lawyers in Arkansas, as well as papers kept by past presidents of the AAWL.