Tuesday, May 31, 2016

May 2016 Acquisitions and Accessions

AHC Books
-In Search of Your German Roots, by Angus Baxter
-Back Yonder An Ozark Chronicle, by Wayman Hogue, edited by Brooks Blevins
-British Aliens in the United States During the War of 1812, Compiled by Kenneth Scott
-Lonoke County’s Historical Cookbook, by the Lonoke County Museum
-Images of America:  Chicot County, by Blake Wintory
-America’s Black Trap:  The Roots of the Culture – Case Experiences on race, Color and Class – In the United States and Abroad, by Clifford E. Minton
-Woodruff School Neighborhood Plan
-Downtown Blytheville Urban Design Study, by Manes, Brasseale, Hodges & Associates, Inc.
Planning Consultants
-Harrison Daily Times, July 4, 1986
-Paris Arkansas, the Jones Center for Community Design and Outreach
-Vol. IV, Confederate Capitol and Other Historical Buildings of Hempstead County, AR, WPA Survey – March 12, 1934
-Ouachita and Black Rivers Navigation Charts, Camden AR to Red River LA, by US Army Engineer District Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg MS
-Maps of White River, vicinity of Batesville AR to Mississippi River, by US Army Engineer District, Memphis, Corps of Engineers Memphis TN
-Downtown Little Rock Streetscape Strategy, Final Draft, April 1985, by Office of Comprehensive Planning, City of Little Rock AR
-Predicting Cultural Resources in the Saint Francis River Basin, a Research Design, by Iroquois Research Institute
-Building on the Past, Traveling to the Future- A Preservationist’s Guide to the Federal Transportation Enhancement Provision, Edited by Dan Costello and Lisa Schamess
-Old Washington Historic State Park Master Plan, by Witsell, Evans, and Rasco, P.A., Architects/Planners
-Building on the Past, Traveling to the Future- A Preservationist’s Guide to the Istea Transportation Enhancement Provision, Edited by I Mei Chan
-“I Feel I Should Warn You…” Historic Preservation Cartoons, Edited by Terry B. Morton with an essay by Draper Hill
-Community Development Block Grant Program: Directory of Historic Preservation Projects
-Heritage Territorial Property Restoration Grants, Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, Department of Arkansas Heritage
-The Arkansas African American Hall of Fame, by LeRoy Matthew Christophe
-Office/Rental/ Warehouse Guide: A Guide to Central Arkansas Commercial Real Estate
-Women’s History Sites: The Other Half of the American Story, by the Women’s Progress Commemorative Commission
-Historic Landscape Resource Manual, Alliance for Historic Landscape Preservation (multiple authors)
-The Preserve America Program in Arkansas: The Accomplishments of the Program at the State Level, by Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas
-National Parks Service Cultural Landscapes Inventory 2001: Bath House Row, by Hot Springs National Park
-Nonprofit Resources Arkansas Funding Directory, by Bonnie Johnson, Maria Mullins, Julie Owens, Mary Alyce Robinson
-Capitol Zoning District Ordinance, by Capital Zoning Commission
-Downtown Master Plan: Helena-West Helena, Arkansas, by Gould Evans Associates
-Little Rock School District: Project Identification Grant for Architectural Conservation of Little Rock Central High, by Don R. Roberts
-Heber Springs Commercial Analysis: A focus on the Central Area, by White River Planning & Development District
-A Practical Introduction to Videohistory: The Smithsonian Institution and Alfred P. Sloan -Foundation Experiment, by Terri A. Schorzman
-Interpretation of Historic Sites, Second Edition, Revised, by William T. Alderson, Shirley Payne Low
-Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art and Antiques – Volume 1, by Hermann Kühn
-Preserving New York: Winning the Right to Protect a City’s Landmarks, by Anthony C. Wood
-Jacksonport, Appraisal Report on the Museum Collection
-Long-Range Development Plan, Capitol Zoning District Commission
-Arkansas Certified Local Government Procedures, by Arkansas Historic Preservation Program
-History Under Siege: A guide to America’s Most Endangered Civil War Battlefields, by Civil War Preservation Trust
-Registration Methods, Arkansas Museum Services, by Maralynn Troutmann
-Van Buren County Historical Society, Inc: Journal Index 1984- Current
-National Trust for Historic Preservation: A Guide to State Programs, by Terry B. Morton, Abigail H. Ford
-Main Street: Open for Business, by Linda S. Glisson
-Historic Structure Report, Restore Historic Commissary Building to 1897,  by C. Craig Frazier, James E. Ivey, Roger E. Coleman
-If Walls Could Talk: Telling the Story of a Historic Building to Create a Market Edge, by Ronald Lee Fleming and Judith Hadden Edington
-Rehab Right: How to Realize the Full Value of Your Old House, by Helaine Kaplan Prentice & Blair Prenctice
-Index to History of Baxter County, Centennial Edition 1873-1973, by Mary Ann Messick, James L. Lowe
-Historic Black Resources: A Handbook for the Identification, Documentation, and Evaluation of -Historic African American Properties in Georgia, by Carole Merritt
-History Under Siege: Guide to America’s Most Endangered Civil War Battlefields, 2008
-Historic House Museums: A practical Handbook for Their Care, Preservation, & Management, by Sherry Butcher-Younghans
-1994 Catalog of Resources for Community Development, by the Community Assistance Program
-Arkansas Historic Preservation Program Downtown Street Grants
-Arkansas Historic Preservation Program 1974 Survey Grant Plan
-Catalog of Resources for Community Development 1980
-Arkansas Historic Preservation Program Downtown Streetscape Grants
-Arkansas 10-Year Strategy Supporting Empowerment Zones & Enterprise Communities, A Guide to State Agency Resources and Program Targets
-Main Street Arkansas Downtown Revitalization Grants 1996, by Slater
-Arkansas Resource Catalog and Investment Opportunities Profile: A Wealth of Opportunity in the Natural State
-A Foundation for the Future, the Arkansas Historic Preservation Plan 1990: Old Monroe County Jail
-Selections from the Mosaic Templars Master Plan in Progress, by Ken Hubbell Associates
-Zoning Ordinance, August 1, 1979, Capitol Zoning District Commission
-City of Fort Smith, Arkansas Historic Districts Commission, by Ann Seal
-Registrars on Record:  Essays on Museum Collections Management, by Mary Case
-Cultural Policy at the Grassroots:  2003 Seminar Sites, Nashville, Los Angeles, New Orleans
-Part One of the National Park System Plan History
-American Downtowns:  Growth, Politics and Preservation, by Richard C. Collins, Elizabeth B. Waters, and A. Bruce Dotson
-Arkansas Statutes Annotated:  1987 Advance Legislative Service, 1987 Acts Numbers 1 to 447
-Arkansas Statutes Annotated:  1987 Advance Legislative Service, 1987 Acts Numbers 448 to 826
-Arkansas Statutes Annotated:  1987 Advance Legislative Service, 1987 Acts Numbers 827 to End
-1984 Interim Supplement:  Arkansas Statutes Annotated Edition
-Zoning Code:  City of Hot Springs, 1986
-Arkansas Historic Preservation Funding Source Guide, 1990
-General Management Plan Development Concept Plan:  Hot Springs National Park
-Bathhouse Row Adaptive Use Program:  The Bathhouse Row Landscape, Technical Report 1, Hot Springs National Park
-Bathhouse Row Adaptive Use Program:  The Superior Bathhouse, Technical Report 2, Hot Springs National Park
-Bathhouse Row Adaptive Use Program:  The Hale Bathhouse, Technical Report 3, Hot Springs National Park
-Bathhouse Row Adaptive Use Program:  The Marurice Bathhouse, Technical Report 4, Hot Springs National Park
-Bathhouse Row Adaptive Use Program:  The Fordyce Bathhouse, Technical Report 5, Hot Springs National Park
-Bathhouse Row Adaptive Use Program:  The Quapaw Bathhouse, Technical Report 6, Hot Springs National Park
-Bathhouse Row Adaptive Use Program:  The Ozark Bathhouse, Technical Report 7, Hot Springs National Park
-Historic Preservation Through Land Use Legislation, by the State of Vermont
-Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park:  1996 Master Plan
-Downtown Eureka Springs, Arkansas, by the City of Eureka Springs, Arkansas
-Environmental Impact Research Program:  A Conceptual Framework for the Evaluation of Coastal Habitats, by Gary L. Ray
-1998 Annual Report, 1999 Action Plan, Arkansas Historic Preservation Program
-1997 Annual Report, 1998 Action Plan, Arkansas Historic Preservation Program
-Guidelines for Local Surveys:  A Basis For Preservation Planning, National Register of Historic Places
-Protecting or Naval Heritage, Department of the Navy
-Thermal Shutters and Shades:  Over 100 Schemes for Reducing Heat Loss Through windows, by William A. Shurcliff
-Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Case Law, 1966-1996:  Thirty Years of the National Historic Preservation Act
-The University of Arkansas Community Design Center:  Piggott, Summer Workshop 1999
-Cultural Resources Studies:  Eastern North Carolina Above Cape Lookout, by the Wilmington District U.S. Army Corps pf Engineers
-Grants Manual, Arkansas Historic Preservation Program
-Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park:  2000 Interpretive Plan
-Master Plan for Mosaic Templars of America Center for African American Culture and Business Enterprise, by Ken Hubbell Associates
-Survey Grants Manual, 1983, by Arkansas Historic Preservation Program
-AHPP County Courthouse Restoration Grants, July 1, 1999, by Arkansas Historic Preservation Program
-Hot Springs Tomorrow, A Conceptual Master Plan, Hot Springs Nation Park
-Arkansas Historic Preservation Program Annual Report, 1982, by Arkansas Historic Preservation
-A Home for History:  Historic Preservation Education, An Experimental Curriculum for Arkansas Schools, by Arkansas Historic Preservation
-Zoning Ordinance, January 10, 1980, by Capitol Zoning District Commission
-Telling the Stories:  How to Develop Interpretive Programs for Nation Register Properties, by Ron Thomson
-1992 Arkansas Scenic Resources Annual Report, by Richard W. Davies
-Fort Smith National Historic Site:  General Management Plan, by the Department of Interior
-Main Street Historic District, Van Buren, Arkansas, by Susan Guthrie
-Preservation Briefs, Vol. 1 – 47, by the U.S. Department of Interior:  National Park Service
-National Historic Landmarks:  Stewards’ Sourcebook, by the U.S. Department of Interior:  National Park Service
-Final General Management Plan Environmental Impact Statement:  Pea Ridge National Military Park, by the U.S. Department of Interior:  National Park Service
-Better Models for Commercial Development:  Ideas for Improving the Design and Siting of Chain Stores and Franchises, by Edward T. McMahon
Management Plan:  Cossatot River State Park Natural Park, by Natural Heritage Commission Arkansas State Parks
Ozark – St. Francis National Forests: General Report to the Public for 1992, by United States Forest Service
Draft Mississippi River Corridor Study Volume 1:  Feasibility Report, August 1995, by the Mississippi River Corridor Study Commission
Draft Mississippi River Corridor Study Volume 2:  Inventory of Resources and Significance, by the Mississippi River Corridor Study Commission
-Final General Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement:  Little Rock Central High School, National Historical Site, Little Rock, Arkansas, April 2002, by the U.S. Department of Interior:  National Park Service
-Folk Arts in Education:  A Resource Handbook, by Michigan State University Museum
-AHPP Action Plan for Fiscal Year 1995, by Arkansas Historic Preservation
-Highway 10 Overlay Standards:  Preliminary Review, April 1990
-Save Outdoor Sculpture:  SOS! Reports from Arkansas:  Inventories of American Paintings and -Sculpture, Smithsonian National Museum of American Art
-Measuring Economic Impacts of Historic Preservation:  A Report to the Advisoory Council on -Historic Preservation, November 2011, by Donovan Rypkema and Caroline Cheong, and Randall Mason
-Energy South Central Oklahoma, 1900 – 1930
-National Register of Historic Places, 1966 -1991
-National Register of Historic Places, 1966 -1988
-National register Bulletin:  How to Apply the National Register Criteria for Evaluation, by the U.S. Department of Interior:  National Park Service
-National Register Bulletin:  How to Complete the National Register Multiple Property -Documentation Form, by the U.S. Department of Interior:  National Park Service
-National Register Bulletin:  Guidelines For Evaluating and Registering Historical Archeological Sites and Districts, by the U.S. Department of Interior:  National Park Service
-National Register Bulletin:  How to Complete the National Register Registration Form, by the U.S. Department of Interior:  National Park Service
-Regional Economic Analysis:  Arkansas Personal Income Handbook, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, by Neva Wayman and Sue Hassell
-Historic Highway:  Bridges in Wisconsin, Volume 3, Part 2: Appendix, by Wisconsin Department of Transportation
-A Catalog of Texas Properties in the National Register of Historic Places, by Texas Historical Commission
-Historic West Virginia:  The National Register of Historic Places, by the West Virginia Division of Culture and History State Historic Preservation Office
-Designing Arkansas:  The State of the Future, “Arkansas Proud, by the Commission for Arkansas’ Future
-Preservation Easements:  A Legal Mechanism for Protecting Cultural Resources, by the State Historical Society of Colorado
-Model Conservation Easement and Historic Preservation Easement, 1996:  Revised Easements and Commentary from the Conservation Easement Handbook, by Tomas S. Barrett and Stefan Nagel
-Banking on Tennessee’s History:  The Economic Value of Historic Preservation to the People of Tennessee, by Tennessee Preservation Trust
-Guide to Arkansas Funding Sources, Fourth Edition, Edited by Earle Anthes and Jerry Cronin
-In the Spirit:  Alabama’s Sacred Music Traditions, Edited by Henry Willett
-Historic Preservation in Kansas, Black Historic Sites:  A Beginning Point
-Where to Look: A Guide to Preservation Information, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
-Damaged and Threatened National Historic Landmarks, 1993 Report
-Getting Started with Heritage Areas, by Brenda Barrett and Carroll Van West
-The Millennium Grants: To Save America’s Treasures
-FY 88 State Program Overviews
-MAP: Otter Creek District Plan
-Economic Impact of Arkansas Volunteers 2001
-Application for the Secretary of the Interior’s Historic Preservation Grant 1979
-Central Business District Improvement Plan, Booneville AR, June 1977
-General Management Plan: Development Concept Plan, Hot Springs National Park
-Preservation Information: One in a Series of Historic Preservation Information Booklets
-Strategic Community Plan, Phillips County AR, 2005-2010
-AHPP Model Business Grants, July 1, 1998
-AHPP Preservation Education Grants, July 1, 1998
-AHPP County Courthouse Restoration Grants, July 1, 1998
-AHPP County Courthouse Restoration Grants, July 1, 1997
-Using Grant-in-Aid Funds for Rehabilitation Planning and Project Work in the Commercial Town Square, Abbeville SC
-HOUSE DETECTIVES!! Architecture in Miller and Little River Counties, Arkansas
-Arkansas Humanities Resource Center Media Catalog
-Past Time, Past Place: GIS for History, edited by Anne Kelly Knowles
-Halfway to Everywhere: A Portrait of America’s First-Tier Suburbs, by William H. Hudnut III
-Preservation Planning Series: New Directions in Rural Preservation
-The Contribution of Historic Preservation to Urban Revitalization
-American Place: The Historic American Buildings Survey at Seventy-Five Years
-AHPP Rehabilitation and Restoration Grants, November 1, 1988
-AHPP Grants Manual, November 1, 1988
-AHPP Grants Manual
-AHPP Historic Preservation and Restoration Grants, July 1, 1998
-AHPP Model Business Grants, July 1, 1999
-AHPP Historic Preservation Restoration Grants, July 1, 1999
-Historic Preservation Education: Curriculum Materials, by Carol D. Holden, Gary L. Olsen, Michele R. Olsen
-Second Lives: A Survey of Architectural Artifact Collections in the United States
-Handbook for Arkansas Municipal Officials, 2005-2006 Edition
-Newport AR, Central Area Revitalization
-Batesville AR, Downtown Improvement
-National Landmarks, America’s Treasures, by S. Allen Chambers Jr.
-Strategies for the City of Fort Smith Arkansas
-A Planning and Feasibility Study for Fort Smith Civic Center
-Nashville Skyline, an Album of Architecture
-Architectural Heritage: The Brandon and Area Planning District
-Early Twentieth-Century Suburbs in North Carolina: Essays on History, Architecture, and Planning, edited by Catherine W. Bishir and Lawrence S. Earley
-Historic American Buildings Survey, The Alabama Catalog: A guide to the Early Architecture of the State, by Robert Gamble
-Cast-Iron Architecture in New York: A Photographic Survey, by Margot Gayle and Edmund V. Gillon Jr.
-Folk Housing in Middle Virginia: A Structural Analysis of Historic Artifacts, by Henry Glassie
-The Historic Architecture of Cabarrus County North Carolina, by Peter R. Kaplan
-Preliminary Inventory of Spanish Colonial Resources Associated with National Park Service Sites and National Historic Landmarks, 1987
-A Foundation for the Future: The Arkansas Historic Preservation Plan, 1990
-Greek Revival Architecture in Alabama, by Clay Lancaster
-The Virginia Landmarks Register, edited by Calder Loth
-In Good Hands: A Portrait of State Apprenticeship Programs in the Folk and Traditional Arts, 1983-1995, by Susan Auerbach
-Folklife Sourcebook, a Directory of Folklife Resources in the United States, prepared by Peter T. Bartis and Hillary Glatt
-FOLDED PAMPHLET: Fiddle and Old-Time Music Contests in Tennessee
-Tennessee Bicentennial Folk Music Directory: A List of Performers and Groups, prepared by Robert Cogswell
-A National Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmark, the Wilkinson Mill, 1811, Pawtucket, Rhode Island
-Cleveland: An Inventory of Historic Engineering and Industrial Sites
-Rhode Island: An Inventory of Historic Engineering and Industrial Sites, by Gary Kulik and Julia C. Bonham
-The Lower Merrimack River Valley: An Inventory of Historic Engineering and Industrial Sites, edited by Peter M. Molloy
-North Carolina: An Inventory of Historic Engineering and Industrial Sites
-A Record in Detail: The Architectural Photographs of Jack E. Boucher
-The Gilloiz “Theatre Beautiful”: Remembering Springfield’s Theatre History, edited by James S. Baumlin
-AHPP 1992 Annual Report and 1993 Action Plan
-Survey of Historic Sites in Kentucky: Ballard County\
-Little Rock New Town-in-Town Planners
-The Story of a Yellow Pine Sexlet, American Lumberman
-Specifications for Court House Two Story and Basement Brick and Stone For Washington County, Fayetteville, Arkansas
-Arkansas Governor’s Mansion, 2006 Master Landscape Plan, P. Allen Smith and Associates
-Rohwer Relocation Center Cemetery Condition Assessment Report
-Historic Structure Report Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and Conference Center, Piggott, Arkansas
-Existing Condition Assessment Bush-Dubisson House
-A History of Ashdown, Arkansas, by Little River County Historical Society
-Bradley County, Arkansas – Marriage Record Index:  February 18, 1840 – 1942, by Peggy Q. Bowman
-Bradley County, Arkansas – Marriage Record Index:  February 18, 1840 – 1942, by Peggy Q. Bowman
-Arkansas Genealogical Society’s Original Resource Directory 2000
-Arkansas Genealogical Society’s Surname Directory 1990
-The Bulletin:  Chester County Genealogical Society, South Carolina, Vol. 1, no. 11, June 1978 – Vol 28, no. 1, March2004
-The 1820 Census:  Chester District, South Carolina, by Faye Berry
-Arkansas Land Patents:  Pulaski County, by Desmond Walls Allen and Bobbie Jones McLane
-Genealogical Research in the Tutwiler Collection of Southern History and Literature, Compiled by the Staff of the Tuwiler collection of Southern History and Literature
-Oakland Cemetery of Warren, Arkansas
-Bradley Connections:  A Brief History of the Area Around Bradley, Arkansas, With Focus on Seven of its Pioneer Families, 1819 – 1949
-Descendants of John Willis Wilkinson and Their related Families, by Oscar M. Wilkinson, Jr.
-Bradley County, Arkansas Cemetery Records, Editors Mary Barrett and Peggy Bowman
-Bradley County, Arkansas Cemetery Records Volume II, Editors Peggy Q. Bowman and Annette Rawls
-Cemetery Records of Bradley County, Arkansas, by Bradley County Extension Homemakers Council
-The Genealogist’s Internet, by Peter Christian
-“The Promised Land”:  The Cherokees, Arkansas, and Removal, 1794-1839, by Charles Russell Logan
-History and Architectural Heritage of Dallas County, by Julie Vosmik
-The National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution:  Revolutionary War Graves Register, Clovis H. Barkebill
-Genealogy of Jacob Colvin of Elk Township, Vinton County, Ohio and Allied Families, by Wanda Williams Colvin
-War of 1812:  Virginia Bounty Land and Pension Applications, by Patrick G. Wardell
-Genealogy of Some Early Families in Grant and Pleasant Districts, Preston County, West Virginia, Edward Thorp King
-Georgia Genealogical Research, by George K. Schweitaer
-1860 Federal Census of Ashley County, Arkansas, Compiled by Faith White Nowlin
-Marriages From The Carolina Spartan Newspapers, 1866 – 1869, Faye Berry Emory
-Beginner’s Guide to Family History Research, by Desmond Walls Allen and Carolyn Billingsley
-Some Spartanburg County Cemeteries, edited by Joseph R. Gainey
-The Tie That Binds, by Joseph R. Gainey
-Minutes of Providence Baptist Church and Hopewell Baptist Church, by Chester County Gemological Society

AHC Microfilm

WPA Project:  Camp Ouachita, 1936
WPA Project:  Camp Ouachita, 1937

AHC Periodicals

Chester District Genealogical Society, Membership and Surname Books:  1978, 1979, 1989 – 2002
Tracks and Traces, Vol 29, no. 1, Spring 2007, Vol. 35, no. 1, Spring 2013 – Vol. 36, no. 2, Fall 2014
Researchin’ Ouachita – Calhoun Counties AR., Vol 23, no. 1, Spring 2003 – Vol. 24, no. 2, Fall 2004
Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, Vol. 1 no. 4, 1969
Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, Vol. 1 no. 4, 1969
Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, Vol. 2 no. 3 - Vol. 2 no. 4, 1970
Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, Vol. 3 no. 1 - Vol. 3 no. 3 & 4, 1971
Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, Vol. 4 no. 1, 1972
Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, Vol. 4 no. 2 - Vol. 4 no. 4, 1973
Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, Vol. 5 no. 1 - Vol. 5 no. 4, 1974
Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, Vol. 6 no. 1 - Vol. 6 no. 4, 1975
Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, Vol. 7 no. 2, 1977
Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, Vol. 8 no. 1 - Vol. 8 no. 2,  1979
Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, Vol. 8 no. 3 - Vol. 8 no. 4, 1980
Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, Vol. 9 no. 1 - Vol. 9 no. 4, 1981
Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, Vol. 10 no. 1 - Vol. 10 no. 4, 1982
Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, Vol. 11 no. 1 - Vol. 11 no. 4, 1983
Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, Vol. 12 no. 1, 1981
Jefferson County Historical Quarterly, Vol. 17 no. 4, 1989
The Ozark Historical Review, Vol. 27, Spring 1997
The Louisiana Genealogical Register, Vol. 62, no. 1 Winter 2016
The Backtracker:  Northwest Arkansas Genealogical Society, Vol. 45, no. 1, Winter 2016
The Heritage, Hot Spring County, Arkansas Historical Society, Vol. 42, 2015
Madison County Musings, Vol. 35, no. 1, Spring 2016
Carroll County Historical Quarterly, Vol. 61, no. 1, March 2016
The Wood-Woods Family Magazine, Vol 6, no. 1, January 1978
The Wood-Woods Family Magazine, Vol 6, no. 2, July 1978
The Wood-Woods Family Magazine, Vol 7, no. 1, January 1979
Sixteenth Annual Exchange:  The Genealogical Helper, September 1965
Twenty-First Annual Exchange:  The Genealogical Helper, September 1970
The North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal, Vol. 10, no. 1, February 1984 - Vol 19, no. 1, February 1993
Bradley County Roots, Vol.1 no. 3, Spring 1992 - Vol. 15 no.1-4, Winter 2008


Jonesboro-Paragould Arkansas Polk City Directories, 2006
Jonesboro-Paragould Arkansas Polk City Directories, 2008
Jonesboro-Paragould Arkansas Polk City Directories, 2010
Jonesboro-Paragould Arkansas Polk City Directories, 2011
Jonesboro-Paragould Arkansas Polk City Directories, 2012
Jonesboro-Paragould Arkansas Polk City Directories, 2013
Jonesboro City Directory, 1987-1988
Arkansas State University yearbook, 2013
History of Craighead County, by Harry Lee Williams
Nisbet Narrations – collected by Newton Alexander Nisbet
Cemeteries of Fulton County, by the Extension Homemakers Council
Cemeteries of Izard County, compiled and annotated by Carroll E. Hayden
History & Families of Fulton County, Arkansas, by the Fulton County Heritage Foundation

SARA Books

The Recollections of Ruby Robins: Or a Pioneer Family Grows Up in Southwest Arkansas, from David T. Jones
The Wonder of Knifemaking, Second Edition by Wayne Goddard
Arkansas Prior Birth Index CD
NEARA Periodicals

Blade Magazine, April 2016, May 2016, and June 2016
American Bladesmith Magazine, Winter 2015, Issue 45
The Stater Magazine, Southern Arkansas University, Winter 2016
Ouachita County Historical Quarterly, from Ouachita County Historical Society, Vol. 47, no. 3, Spring 2016
Polk County Pioneers, from Polk County [Ark] Genealogical Society Vol. XXXXIII, no. 1 and 2, Spring/Summer 2016

AHC Accessions

Eckler Studio Photograph collection,
35 cu. ft.
Henry Jackson Lewis Timeline
Peggy Bowman papers, 20 cu. ft.

SARA Accessions

Arkansas Archeological Survey Annual Report 2014-2015
Dingler Family, 8.25”x12” photograph
Mike Stanton Research Material, 1 cu. ft.

NEARA Accessions

Arkansas Veterans Oral History Collection, EAST Program, Nettleton High School
2 Lawrence County Jail Log ledgers, 1920s – 1960s
2 Lawrence County Sheriff Fee Books, 1920s – 1960s

Saturday, May 28, 2016

May 2016 Arkansas History Commission Newsletter

Look inside the May 2016 Issue of the Arkansas Archivist for these and other features!

BHCA and AHC Celebrate the Legacy of African American Artists
The Black History Commission of Arkansas and the Arkansas History Commission will be hosting a symposium on Saturday, June 4, at the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.  The symposium’s theme, “African American Arts in Arkansas,” will feature speakers Delita Martin, Garbo Hearne, Garland Martin Taylor, and Jeff Lewellen.

World War I Traveling Exhibit Available at AHC

The Great War: Arkansas in World War I showcases images from the AHC’s holdings, including original documents, photographs, posters, maps and historical objects that tell the story of Arkansas’s role during World  War I, at home and on the battlefields.  The panels cover the chronology of the war as well as various facets of the conflict: training troops  in Arkansas, actions overseas, the home front, providing for the war,  healthcare and Arkansas heroes.  This exhibit consists of 12 banner stands.

Black History Commission News

In the past few months we have featured past recipients of Curtis Sykes Memorial grants.  Many of our readers may be inspired to apply for grants, but consider the grant application process daunting.  With that in mind, the BHCA will hold a free workshop on June 11.  The workshop will provide attendees with an overview of the grant writing process, the guidelines for applying for a Sykes grant, and an overview of past recipients.  The BHCA has been proud of the many interesting and worthy projects funded by the program through the years. 

From the Director

During the recent special session, the Arkansas General Assembly passed legislation moving the Arkansas History Commission to the Department of Arkansas Heritage. The legislation also formally changes our name to the Arkansas State Archives. Many of you have asked what this means for our agency. Hopefully, you’ve seen the press release issued by the Department of Arkansas Heritage, which may answer questions you have.  As State Historian and director of the Arkansas State Archives, I want to assure our patrons, donors, and supporters that our mission of collecting and preserving Arkansas history has not changed.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Wednesday's Wonderful Collection - Jack E. Porter papers, MS.000289

Jack E. (Easton) Porter was born in Peoria, Illinois, on September 17, 1920. He was the first director of the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program from 1969 to 1973. Afterwards he became museum curator for the Arkansas History Commission until he left Arkansas, in 1975 to become director of the Nevada State Museum in Carson City, Nevada. Porter died February 17, 1996. His last place of residence was Mountain Home, Arkansas.

This collection contains the personal letters and memorabilia of Jack E. Porter, 1944-1945. He was a second lieutenant during World War II and served in Company G, 399th Infantry Division of the United States Army. Porter was stationed in both France and Germany. These letters were written to his mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Cahill of Chicago, Illinois. Porter wrote of specific events of his tour of duty as well as his personal feelings and reactions to battles.

  • I. Correspondence from Jack Porter
    • 1. 1944 August (Box 1)
    • 2. 1944 September
    • 3. 1944 October
    • 4. 1944 November-December
    • 5. 1945 January-March
    • 6. 1945 April 1-22
    • 7. 1945 April 23-27
    • 8. 1945 April 28-30
    • 9. 1945 May
    • 10. 1945 June
    • 11. 1945 July
  • II. Other correspondence
    • 12. Correspondence to Jack Porter (military orders): 1945 June
    • 13. Correspondence regarding Jack Porter: 1945 May
  • III. Miscellaneous
    • 14. Receipts: undated
    • 15. Newspaper: "Century Sentinel," vol. III, no. 84, 1945 May 19

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Wednesday's Wonderful Collection - Pfauser-Walker papers

Pfauser-Walker Papers, MS.000191

Olive Walker (1899 April 16-1984 July 19), daughter of Alexander W. and Sallie J. Walker of Osceola, Arkansas, married Joseph F. Pfauser (1896 March 1-1977 March 20) of Little Rock, Arkansas, on September 16, 1917. The couple had two children: Virginia E. (1918 July 20-1984 February 17) and Francis William "Billy" (born 1920 October 13). Through the years, Joseph Pfauser worked at a variety of jobs, including serving as a machinist with Missouri Pacific Railroad, as a Fuller Brush salesman, and as an insurance salesman for Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. He operated a grocery store at Sixteenth and Jones in Little Rock and held other positions in retail businesses.

This collection contains correspondence and other material pertaining to the life of Olive Walker Pfauser. The older items belonged to the Walker family of Osceola, Arkansas, while the more recent documents describe Olive Pfauser's life in Little Rock, Arkansas.


  • Personal correspondence
    • 1. 1882-1899 (Box 1)
    • 2. 1900-1911
    • 3. 1915
    • 4. 1916 January
    • 5. 1916 February
    • 6. 1916 March
    • 7. 1916 April
    • 8. 1916 May
    • 9. 1916 June (Box 2)
    • 10. 1916 July
    • 11. 1916 August
    • 12. 1916 September
    • 13. 1916 October
    • 14. 1916 November
    • 15. 1916 December
    • 16. 1917 January (Box 3)
    • 17. 1917 February
    • 18. 1917 March
    • 19. 1917 April
    • 20. 1917 May
    • 21. 1917 June
    • 22. 1917 July
    • 23. 1917 August (Box 4)
    • 24. 1917 September
    • 25. 1917 October
    • 26. 1917 November
    • 27. 1917 December
    • 28. 1918 January (Box 5)
    • 29. 1918 February
    • 30. 1918 March
    • 31. 1918 April
    • 32. 1918 May
    • 33. 1918 June
    • 34. 1918 July
    • 35. 1918 September
    • 36. 1918 October-December
    • 37. 1919
    • 38. 1920
    • 39. 1921
    • 40. 1922
    • 41. 1923
    • 42. 1924 (Box 6)
    • 43. 1925
    • 44. 1926
    • 45. 1927
    • 46. 1928
    • 47. 1929
    • 48. 1930
    • 49. 1931
    • 50. 1932
    • 51. 1933 (Box 7)
    • 52. 1934
    • 53. 1935
    • 54. 1936
    • 55. 1938
    • 56. 1939
    • 57. 1940
    • 58. 1943
    • 59. 1944-1955
    • 60. 1956-1967
    • 61. Undated
  • Personal, miscellaneous
    • 62. Joseph F. Pfauser military records, 1918
    • 63. Pfauser family death certificates and funeral records, 1977 and 1984
    • 64. Postcards (Box 8)
    • 65. Postcards
    • 66. Christmas cards
    • 67. Christmas cards
    • 68. Miscellaneous greeting cards
  • Legal/Financial
    • 69. Deeds, bills of sale, other, 1873-1951 (Box 9)
    • 70. Poll tax receipts, 1901-1921
    • 71. Tax receipts, 1873-1890
    • 72. Tax receipts, 1891-1910
    • 73. Tax receipts, 1911-1920
    • 74. Tax receipts, 1921-1930
    • 75. Tax receipts, 1931-1937
    • 76. Tax receipts (Oklahoma property), 1912-1932
    • 77. Ledger, "Building Checks," 1907-1911
    • 78. Receipts, invoices, 1894-1937
    • 79. Receipts, purchase of Oklahoma property, 1910-1913
  • Other
    • 80. Religious activities
    • 81. Education
    • 82. Poems and songs (Box 10)
    • 83. Poems and songs
    • 84. Poetry scrapbook, in "Maury's Physical Geography"
    • 85. R.A. Belcher, 1917-1921
    • 86. Miscellaneous
    • 87. Miscellaneous
    • 88. Certificates and diplomas, 1911-1931 (Box 11)
    • 89. Calendars, 1929 (from Blue Ribbon Shoe Shop, Little Rock)
    • 90. Newspapers and clippings (including fragments of "Osceola Times," 1926 January 8 and 1943 February 26; and "The Guardian," 1952 May 30)
    • 91. Book: "The Boy's Cubbook," Boy Scouts of America, 1930
  • Scrapbooks
    • 92. 1900-1912 (Osceola) (Box 12)
    • 93. 1912-1913 (Osceola)

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Wednesday's Wonderful Collection - Fred J. Herring collection, SMC.9.1

Fred J. Herring (1885-1975) was a civil engineer and worked for many organizations in that capacity, including the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. He was born in Bremen, Indiana, to Nathaniel A. and Lucy E. Wright Herring. He married Marguerite Francis Strangways and had two daughters, Marguerite Francis and Elizabeth. After he relocated to Arkansas, he lived in Pulaski, St. Francis, and Ouachita counties.

Ralph Leland Goodrich was born in 1836 in Owego, New York, to Silas and Mary Ann Goodrich. He was the fifth of seven children. His siblings include J. Augusta, Sarah Ann, James, Rachel, Mary, and Stephen. He attended Hobart Free College, Geneva, New York, where he was involved in the fraternity Theta Delta Chi. After graduation in 1858, he studied law under Nathaniel Davis and Willoughby Babcock, but failed the bar exam in November 1859. Embarrassed, he soon left New York and taught school in South Carolina and Florida before settling in Little Rock, Arkansas.
From September 1861 to March 1862, he served in Company A, 6th Arkansas Infantry, known as the "Capital Guards." He saw little action, and spent most of his time in a Memphis, Tennessee, hospital. After he was medically discharged, he went back to his home in Little Rock, where he was a school teacher. Later, he served as a clerk of the United States Circuit Court and the United States District Court for many years. He was a 32nd Degree Knight Commander of the Court of Honor Mason.
Goodrich married three times. His first marriage was to Serena Jennie Connett (1850-1870) on August 24, 1869. He and Jennie had one daughter, Edith. Shortly after Edith was born, Jennie died on September 14, 1870, and Edith was raised by his mother and sister in New York. His second wife, Isadora "Dora" Beebe (1843-1891) was the daughter of Hiram A. and Mary C. Ellis Beebe of Owego, New York, where Hiram was the senior editor of the Owego Gazette. They married in a lavish wedding on August 17, 1875. They had no children, and she died April 21, 1891. His third wife, Juliette Churchill (1861-1941), was the daughter of former Arkansas Governor Thomas J. Churchill. They married on September 7, 1897, but he died less than a month later on October 6, 1897. Goodrich is buried at Mount Holly Cemetery, Little Rock, Arkansas.

George Boddie (1821-1882), son of Thomas Boddie and Clarrissa Lanier, married Mary Elizabeth Gildersleeve (1824-1900), daughter of John and Martha Jones Gildersleeve of North Carolina. They were the parents of John Rumph, Willis Thomas, George Gildersleeve, Mary Elizabeth, Caroline Frances, and Robert Lee that survived childhood. They made their home in Ouachita County, Arkansas, after moving from Alabama.

Carolina L. Dickson (born in 1825), daughter of Thomas Boddie and Clarrissa Lanier, married Addison C. Love (born in 1812) of North Carolina in 1843. They made their home in Autauga County, Alabama, where they raised their children, Irene, Thomas, Mary, Addison, Fannie, Will, Ada, Wynona, Virginia, Bessie, George, and Crawford.

Clarrissa (Clara) Dickson, born in 1836, was the daughter of Colonel Samuel H.N. Dickson and Clarrissa Lanier Boddie of Alabama, and the half-sister of George Boddie. After her marriage to John Franklin Dunlap (1828-1898), they moved to Ouachita County, Arkansas, where they had three children, Lula, Cora Lee, and John.

Cornelia Dickson (born in 1838), also the daughter of Colonel Samuel H.N. Dickson and Clarrissa Lanier Boddie of Alabama and half-sister of George Boddie, remained unmarried and taught school in Ouachita County, Arkansas.
This collection contains correspondence written by Clarissa "Clara" Dickson Dunlap, Mary Elizabeth Gildersleeve Boddie, and Cornelia Dickson, all of Ouachita County, Arkansas, and correspondence written to Ralph Leland Goodrich. Other materials in the collection include business papers, advertisements, programs, and newsclippings related to Goodrich.

  • Correspondence (Reel MG00204)
    • 1854 January 10: George P. Pringle, Geneva, to Ralph Goodrich
    • 1856 January 17: Elias N. Conway, to Thomas A. Hendricks, Washington, District of Columbia
    • 1860 May 17: Smith, Woodman, and Company, Broadway, New York, to Ralph Goodrich
    • 1861 May 6: A.G. Smith, Van Buren, Arkansas, to Treasurer of State of Arkansas
    • 1861 May 6: Clara Dunlap, Camden, to "Sister"
    • 1861 July 27: Clara Dunlap, Camden, to "Sister"
    • 1861 August 19: Clara Dunlap, Camden, to "Mother"
    • 1861 September 17: Clara Dunlap, Camden, to "Sister"
    • 1861 September 23: Clara Dunlap, Camden, to "Sister" [postscript to 1861 September 17 letter]
    • 1861 September 24: T.B. Love, Camp Faulkner, Iuka Springs, to "Aunt"
    • 1862 June 16: C.L. Love, Tupelo, Mississippi, to "Ma"
    • 1862 June 21: W.D. Lasiter, Camp Jackson, near Tupelo, to Cornelia Dixson, Mulberry, Alabama
    • 1862 June 21: Mary E. Boddie, Ouachita County, Arkansas, to Carrie
    • 1862 September 8: T.B. Love, Knoxville, Tennessee, to "Aunt"
    • 1863 May 22: I.L.A. Bibb, President, Ladies Aid Society, to "Sir"
    • 1864 May 14: Gustav Epstein, Indianapolis, Indiana, to Ralph L. Goodrich, Little Rock, Arkansas
    • 1864 July 24: Clara Dunlap, Camden, to "Sister"
    • 1865 September 9: C.L. Love, Autauga, Alabama, to Mary E. Boddie
    • 1869 September 20: S.C. Thompson and Company, Chicago, to Ralph Goodrich
    • 1869 October 2: Harper, Wilson, and Company, Chicago, to Ralph Goodrich
    • 1870 May 27: G.W. Carleton, New York, to R.L. Goodrich, Little Rock
    • 1871 January 8: Augusta, Manhattan, Kansas, to Ralph L. Goodrich, Little Rock, Arkansas
    • 1872 March 22: C. Hartwig, Little Rock, Arkansas, to R.L. Goodrich
    • 1912 February 15: Henry N. Hyde, Little Rock, Arkansas, to "any Minister of the Gospel of Our Lord Jesus Christ"
    • 1933 January 1: Arkansas Engineers Club, Little Rock, Arkansas, to Fred J. Herring, Camden, Arkansas
    • Undated: Clara Dunlap to unknown
    • Undated: Unknown to Dee
    • Undated: Unknown to Libbie [fragment]
  • Business Papers
    • 1827 May 1: Administration notice, estate of William Russel
    • 1829 June 3: Advertisement receipt, Arkansas Gazette to Hardy Keel and James Golsbay Russel
    • 1829 July 1: Administration notice, estate of Elizabeth Keel
    • 1838 December 12: Subscription receipt, Arkansas Gazette to Major E.S. Inge, Jackson, Arkansas
    • 1844 February 1: Bill of sale for "negro man," Greenville H. Cheatham to James M. Coulter
    • 1844 May 16: Land application, William H. Tate
    • 1861 March 20: Sheriff's deed, Ralph Goodrich
    • 1861 April 19: Estimate, timber on John Tenney's levee contract
    • 1863 October: Voucher # 22, P.M. Slaughter to H.K. Reid
    • 1868 October 10: Promissory note, R.L. Goodrich, Little Rock, to James Garibaldi
    • 1868 October 27: Promissory note, L.H. Boyd to James Garibaldi
    • 1868 November 18: Receipt, Solomon Winfrey to James Garibaldi
    • 1868 December 18: Receipt, R.L. Goodrich and L.H. Boyd, to James Garibaldi
    • 1868 December 18: Promissory note, John H. Cassin to S.H. Alexander and Son
    • 1869 April 21: L.H. Boyd, Little Rock, Arkansas, to R.L. Goodrich
    • 1870 December 28: Deed, John R. Hodby to William Serimshier
    • 1874 February 27: Check, Jones, Brown, and Company to Dick Hughes
    • 1916 May 29: Statement, Treadway Electric Company, Little Rock, Arkansas, to M.M. Hankins
    • Undated: Promissory note, R.L. Goodrich to James Garibaldi
  • Programs and advertisements
    • 1838 March 23: Hobart Free College, Report of Standing, Ralph L. Goodrich
    • 1854 January 5: Notice of withdrawal
    • 1855 July 19: Hobart College, Geneva, New York, commencement program
    • 1857 December 22: Annual Sophomore Prize Exhibition, Hobart College, Linden Hall program
    • 1858 March 23: Hobart College, Junior Exhibition, Linden Hall program
    • 1858 December 1: Receipts, The Tremont Excelsior Association
    • 1859 December 14: Notice, American School Institute, Smith, Woodman, and Company
    • 1860 May 26: Circular letter, Hobart College, Geneva, New York
    • 1860 July 30: Teacher position listings, American School Institute, New York
    • 1860 August 7: Teacher position listings, American School Institute, New York
    • 1868 January 20: The Craig Microscope, testimonials
    • Circa 1868: "Something for the Holidays! And For Every Day in the Year"
    • 1868: Southern University Series of School and College, textbooks flyer
    • 1869: A Catalogue of Books issued by Carleton, New York
    • 1869: Great Prize Distribution by the Metropolitan Gift Company, Harper, Wilson and Company, New York
    • 1871 January 5: Notice of meeting, Little Rock Mercantile Library Association, Little Rock, Arkansas
    • 1872: Fisk, Clark and Flagg's Specialties for Gentlemen, Thomas Lafferty, P. Raleigh
    • 1872: Fisk, Clark and Flagg, New York
    • 1875 February 19: Entertainment to be given by the Alpha Beta Society of the Kansas State Agricultural College
    • 1875 April 17: Notice of shipment, Southern Express Company, Raleigh, North Carolina, to Ralph L. Goodrich, Little Rock, Arkansas
    • Undated: Circular, Metropolitan Gift Company to R.L. Goodrich
    • Undated: Agent's Premium Check for Free Club, S.C. Thompson and Company, Boston, Massachusetts
    • Undated: Advertisement, S.C. Thompson and Company, Boston, Massachusetts
    • Undated: Circular, Tremont Excelsior Association, Tremont, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania
    • Undated: Works on Phrenology and Physiognomy, S.R. Wells, New York
  • Newsclippings
    • 1862 January 22: Editorial letter, T.L. Faulkner, Camp Moore, Columbus, Kentucky, to "a friend at Mulberry, Arkansas"
    • 1873: Picture and Sketch of Lincoln's Inaugural address, Harper's Bazaar
    • Undated: "Travelers' Guide Recalls Quaint Life of Arkansas at Outbreak of Civil War"
    • Undated: "Photograph of Lincoln," Sut Lovegood
    • Undated: "Good for Arkansas"
    • Undated: "The Dirge of Winfield Scott," H.C. Cook
  • Miscellaneous
    • 1840 October 5: Cartoon, "A Left Tenant, (But not of the Army or Navy) Making an able retreat!"
    • 1843 May 8: Circular to Registers and Receivers of the United States Land Offices
    • 1864 November: Unidentified photograph, Keenan's Gallery, Cincinnati, Ohio
    • Undated: Calling card, Mrs. Stephen Bush
    • Undated: Calling card, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Dayton, Ralph L. Goodrich, and Ralph Girdnel
    • Undated: Calling card, Eliza M. Furnham, Owega, New York
    • Undated: Envelope, Western Union Telegraph
    • Undated: Valentine, Lewis Webb to Elizbaeth Ann Hollis

Thursday, May 5, 2016

Arkansas History Commission/Black History Commission of Arkansas Symposium

The Black History Commission of Arkansas and the Arkansas History Commission will be hosting a symposium on Saturday, June 4, at the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.  The symposium’s theme, “African American Arts in Arkansas,” will feature speakers Delita Martin, Garbo Hearne, Garland Martin Taylor, and Arkansas History Commission staff member Jeff Lewellen.
Topics include “Talking Palette, Hidden Artist: The Art of Arkansas’s Henry Lewis Jackson,” “The Soul of Arkansas: A History of Arkansas’s African American Musicians,” and “In Search of Self: The Preservation of Culture through African American Art.” There will also be a presentation about African American authors from Arkansas.
The seminar is free to attend but registration is required. The deadline for registering will be May 30. Registration is limited, so be sure to make reservations soon.  Check-in will begin at 9:15 a.m. on June 4. Teachers can earn up to four professional development hours through attendance.  Lunch will be provided. 
The mission of the Black History Commission of Arkansas is to collect materials pertaining to African American history for the Arkansas History Commission, to encourage research of the state's African American history, and to cooperate with the Arkansas Department of Education to develop materials that support the teaching of African American history in our public schools. The Arkansas History Commission, located in Little Rock, is the official archives of the state of Arkansas and maintains the largest collection of historical materials on Arkansas in the world.
For more information about the symposium or to register, please contact us at history.commission@arkansas.gov or call 501-682-6900.
This event is funded in part by a grant from the Arkansas Humanities Council.

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Wednesday's Wonderful Collection - Scarlett-Bullock family papers, MS.000316

William Pratt Scarlett was born in Russellville, Arkansas on May 25, 1897. He graduated from the University of Arkansas Medical School in Little Rock in 1925 and began practicing medicine in his hometown of Russellville. Vivian Arene Bullock was born on December 29, 1896, in Dardanelle, Arkansas. She was a teacher of home economics from 1920 until her marriage to William in 1923. They had two children, Roberta and William Pratt, Jr.

This collection contains papers from both the Scarlett and Bullock families, including newsclippings, legal papers and deeds, family correspondence, personal writings, family and autobiographical notes, and family memorabilia.

  • 1. 1897-1902: Bullock family deeds and legal papers (Box 1)
  • 2. 1897-1902: R.C. Bullock legal papers
  • 3. 1898: Ermin Bullock journal, Galloway College
  • Correspondence
    • 4. 1900-1924: Ermin Bullock
    • 5. William P. Scarlett
    • 6. Vivian Bullock (Box 2)
    • 7. Vivian Bullock Scarlett
    • 8. Vivian and William P. Scarlett (Box 3)
  • 9. Writings, William P. Scarlett (Box 4)
  • 10. William P. Scarlett autobiographical notes
  • 11. "Changes in the Practice of Medicine in Arkansas since 1925," by William P. Scarlett
  • 12. Scarlett-Bullock family notes (Box 5)
  • 13. Bullock family group charts and notes (Box 6)
  • 14. 1965 March: "The Bullock Family," Arkansas Valley Historical Papers
  • 15. World War II newsclippings
  • 16. Family memorabilia
  • 17. Newsclippings (Box 7)
  • 18. William P. Scarlett medical ledgers (Box 8)
  • 19. Scarlett-Bullock family memorabilia (Box 9)
  • 20. Scarlett-Bullock family memorabilia (Box 10)