Collection Title: Macy, E.M. letter
This collection contains a letter written by E.M. Macy urging people to attend a Populist parade and meeting in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Collection Title: Maddox, John R. papers
This collection contains negative photostats of family records for John R. Maddox and his family.
Collection Title: The Magnolia Story: film footage
This collection is comprised of one film reel of The Magnolia Story, from the National Board of Fire Underwriters.
Collection Title: Main Street Arkansas records
This collection contains articles, photographs, newsletters, slides, and reports on various cities in Arkansas dating from 1984-2005, collected as part of the Main Street Arkansas program.
Collection Title: Mammoth Spring State Park collection
The collection includes materials related to Mammoth Spring, its residents, and industries with particular focus on the railroad companies which ran through the town. There are photographs, newspapers, postcards, personal papers, railroad company records, railroad employee records, railroad publications and manuals, and posters.
Collection Title: A Man and a River: a documentary film
Thomas Hart Benton was born on April 15, 1889 in Missouri to Maecenus Eason and Elizabeth Wise Benton. The first of four children, Thomas Hart Benton was named after his grand-uncle, U.S. Senator Thomas Hart Benton, one of first senators for the state of Missouri. Benton became interested in art at a young age and eventually his artistic study included attendance at the Art Institute of Chicago as well as the Academie Julien abroad in Paris. Benton’s work, particularly his murals, were both admired and viewed as controversial artworks. Later in his career, Benton became enamored with rural and small town American life, subjects that came to form his Regionalist art style. This led to trips into rural areas in his home state of Missouri, areas in northwest Arkansas, and the Ozarks. Benton fought to keep dams from being built on the Buffalo River, one of his favorite attractions in Arkansas. “A Man and a River” is a short documentary film produced by the Environmental Protection Agency on Benton’s love of the Buffalo River, how it factored into his artwork, and his effort to conserve the river and its natural beauty. This collection consists of different formats of the 1973 short documentary film “A Man and a River,” by Thomas Hart Benton. The formats are one 16mm film, two DVDs, and a digital copy on ASA’s internal hard drive.
“A Man and a River,” Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas.
Lisa K. Speer, Maumelle, Arkansas, 2016
Collection Title: Maple Grove School District number 6, Franklin County, Arkansas, records
This collection contains teachers' records, school registers, annual reports, election records, contracts, one publication, and photographs.
Collection Title: Marks family ledgers
This collection contains Marks family history material, Evan Powell Marks' business records, biographical information, obituaries, ledgers, and clippings.
Collection Title: Marshall, Agatha dedication
This collection contains one handwritten dedication written by J.M.D. Matthews for Agatha Marshall, November 2, 1869. This dedication was written about Agatha’s devotion to her Christian faith and the example she set for others.
Collection Title: Martineau, John E. papers
This collection contains the official correspondence of Governor Martineau during his term of office, covering topics such as the highway department, the flood of 1927, and appointments to offices.
Collection Title: Martin, Jared family letters
This collection consists of twelve letters and a large genealogical chart.
Collection Title: Martin-McReynolds family Bible
This collection contains one large Bible dated 1844, and three pages of family information.
Collection Title: Mason, Releaf M. Smith journal
This collection contains typed copies of the journal of Releaf M. Smith Mason, dated September 6, 1838-April 14, 1840. A few explanatory notes are included from Miriam Hall, great-granddaughter, who transcribed and edited the original entries.
Collection Title: Matthews, Samuel James papers
This collection contains papers belonging to Samuel James Matthews and his wife, Anna, including deeds, receipts, promissory notes, bonds, insurance policies, land patents, and letters.
Collection Title: Matthews, W.B. Bible
This collection contains one Bible belonging to W.B. Matthews.
Collection Title: Maxwell family papers
This collection contains a scrapbook tracing the family history of the Fred Maxwell family of Sharp County. There are pictures, birth certificates, marriage records, and other documentation.
Collection Title: May, Elmore papers
This collection contains financial records of Elmore May, including tax receipts, correspondence, and a deed.
Collection Title: McBride, Harriet A. deed
This collection contains one deed of conveyance for land in Prairie County, Arkansas.
Collection Title: McCall, Ruth scrapbook
Ruth McCall's papers relate to her personal, educational, and professional development in Little Rock, Arkansas, between 1923 and 1991. She collected newspaper clippings, programs, photographs, and other memorabilia that mirrored her life from a young teen to a grown woman, 1923-1991.
Collection Title: McClerkin, Hayes C. campaign papers
This collection contains papers of the unsuccessful campaign of Hayes C. McClerkin for Democratic nominee for governor in 1970. Materials include his campaign schedule/itinerary, general correspondence, speeches, general reports, newspaper clippings, and financial records.
Collection Title: McCormack, Arthur Thomas letter
This correspondence is from Secretary of the Kentucky State Health Officer Arthur Thomas McCormack, to Dr. William Bathurst, Little Rock, Arkansas. Dr. McCormack was the Kentucky State Health Officer starting in 1913 until his death in 1943. He worked as a health officer for Warren County, Kentucky from 1897-1900 while simultaneously working as the assistant state health officer from 1898-1912. Dr. William Bathurst came to Prescott, Arkansas, in 1898 where he entered into general medicine practice. In 1902, he went to Europe and studied dermatology. Bathurst returned to Arkansas where he taught dermatology at the University of Arkansas until 1923, after which he joined Robert Patterson in private practice. This correspondence is in regards to the actions of then Arkansas Governor Harvey Parnell amending state law in order to control the appointment of the Secretary of the Arkansas State Health Office.
McCormack, Arthur Thomas letter, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas.
Collection Title: McCulloch, John H. ordination certificate
This certificate was signed by Bishop Hubbard Hinde Kavanaugh, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Memphis Conference.
Collection Title: McDaniel, James photograph collection
Carte de Visite photographs by taken in various Arkansas photography studios. Subjects are not identified. Donated information states that Henry Taylor Bradford family had distant relatives in Conway and eastern Arkansas. This collection is contains 6 black and white or sepia toned carte de visite photographs.
McDaniel, James photograph collection, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas.
James McDaniel, Farmers, Texas, 2015
Collection Title: McDonald, Tom records
This collections consists mostly of photographic negatives taken over the course of Tom McDonald's career. It also contains some photographic prints and digital images of those photographs, as well as copies of his photography books.
Collection Title: McIver, H.M. papers
This collection contains two copies of H.M. McIver's story "Waterbound in Arkansas," a rough draft and final copy, and a Goodspeed article about H.M.'s father, Fountain A. McIver.