Collection Title: Dabbs Brothers records
This collection contains ledger books for the Dabbs brothers' various businesses and undertakings, sales advertisements, tax assessments, mortgages, court cases, magazines, and school books. Included is an informational brochure about the Dabbs Brothers store and a copy of the National Historic Register of Places application for the building.
Collection Title: Daly, Mary A.V. diploma
This diploma awarded the title of Mistress of English Literature to Mary A.V. Daly from the Female Collegiate Institute of Buckingham County, Virginia.
Collection Title: Daniel, Burdet L. papers
This collection contains a letter written by Burdet Daniel to his brother during the Civil War. Burdet was asking his brother about rumors that Cape Girardeau , Missouri, had been taken by the Confederate military. According to Burdet, a portion of Union troops were defeated by General Sterling Price in Dardanelle, Arkansas, along the Arkansas River around the same time that General Shelby made his raid on Little Rock and the Memphis Railroad. Burdet’s diary is seven pages long and was written by him at the end of the Civil War. Burdet kept an account of daily activities from January 1, 1865 - April 25, 1865.
Collection Title: Daniel, Samuel Green ledgers
This collection consists of Samuel Green Daniel's professional records of accounts, plus some personal records. The ledgers also contain information on births, deaths, et cetera.
Collection Title: Dardanelle, Arkansas, newspaper collection
This collection contains issues between 1875 and 1881 of the Dardanelle Independent newspaper, the Arkansas Independent, the Independent Arkansian, and the Western Immigrant and Independent Arkansian. It also contains issues of the Western Immigrant and the Arkansas Methodist newspapers.
Collection Title: Daughters of the American Revolution Flag Competition entries
This collection contains entries for the 1913 contest to design the Arkansas state flag, partly sponsored by the Daughters of the American Revolution. It contains photocopied letters sent with the entries, two original notes, one original letter, four negatives of flags, and forty-three flag design drawings. There were sixty-five total submissions to the contest. This collection contains forty-three of those entries.
Collection Title: Daughters of the American Revolution records
This collection includes a dedication program for a marker for Revolutionary War veteran Nathaniel McCarroll, a genealogical index, and a binder that includes copies of letters from National Lineage Research Chairman Laura Jones Thompson and a directory of volunteer lineage researchers from across the country. It also includes a large collection of Daughters of the American Revolution Magazines.
Collection Title: Davis, Herman, Croix de Guerre certificate
This certificate was presented to Herman Davis of Manila, Arkansas, by the French government.
Collection Title: Davis, Jefferson letter
This letter from Jefferson Davis concerns the nomination of John Taylor Wood as his aide-de-camp.
Collection Title: Davis, Jefferson letter
This letter from Jefferson Davis to C.B. Atwood concerns payment of taxes.
Collection Title: Davis, Jeff letter
This letter signed by Jeff Davis concerns his re-election to the United States Senate.
Collection Title: Davis, Jeff memo
This memorandum gives instructions to have the Journal of the Congress of the Confederate States of America, 1861-1865, to be bound with the name "H.W. Stewart" embossed on the cover.
Collection Title: Davis, William G. papers
Dates: 1789, 1856
This collection contains a bounty land grant given to William G. Davis for his service in the War of 1812 and a receipt to Peter Worsham. The land grant was issued for eighty acres of land in any part of the United States.
Collection Title: Davis, W.S. medical ledger
These ledgers contain patients' names, fees charged, and other bills and financial records from W.S. Davis' medical practice in Saline County.
Collection Title: Deale, Thomas land grant
This land grant was given to Thomas Deale, the brother of Shadrach Deale, who served in Taylor's Company of the 18th Regiment of Infantry. The land grant was signed by President John Quincy Adams.
Collection Title: Deane, G.A.A. papers
This collection contains correspondence, legal and financial documents, building plans, and maps pertaining to G.A.A. Deane's career.
Collection Title: DeArmond-Huskey, Rebecca collection
This collection contains photocopies of correspondence, publications, clippings, photographs, bills, reminiscences, genealogical data, newspapers, and local history materials related to the history of southeast Arkansas.
Collection Title: Deck, Jacob parole
This collection contains the parole certificate of Jacob Deck, Private in Company F, 8th Missouri Cavalry, Confederate States Army.
Collection Title: Declaration of Independence Reprint
This collection contains a copy of the Declaration of Independence that was reprinted for the 150th Anniversary of the United States and an anniversary greeting from the printer, Walter G. Earl of Rare and Early Mantels, Americana, Heirlooms of the Past, New York, New York.
Declaration of Independence Reprint, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas.
Collection Title: Democratic National Convention press ticket
This ticket was given to members of the press at the 1916 Democratic National Convention held in St. Louis, Missouri.
Collection Title: Democratic party tickets
This collection contains tickets featuring candidates from the Democratic party during the 1800s.
Collection Title: Democratic State Central Committee, Finance Committee resolution
This resolution of the Finance Committee of the Democratic State Central Committee of Arkansas, concerns campaign fundraising methods.
Collection Title: Denckla versus Scott and Drennen court records
This collection contains the depositions for the court case of Julia E. Denckla versus Caroline L. Scott and Charles H. Drennen.
Collection Title: Denegre, Joseph letters
This collection contains letters from Joseph Denegre, W. Cox and Company, New Orleans, to William Ashley of Little Rock.
Collection Title: Denton, Frank D. letter
This letter was written by Frank D. Denton to R.J. Wilson, Arkansas Senator concerning his nomination to the position of Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate. The position of Sergeant-at-Arms originated in 1789 in order to keep Senators in the room long enough to conduct business. Currently, the position provides law enforcement for the Senate and has the authority to arrest any member of the Senate, including the President, if they break the rules of the body.