Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Wednesday’s Wonderful Collection - John DuLaney papers, SMC.22.11

John Jefferson DuLaney was born February 5, 1885, to the Reverend Thomas DeLaney and his third wife, Elizabeth Amanda Casey. John DuLaney graduated from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. He taught at Ouachita College as well as the law schools of the University of Texas and Vanderbilt. He served as a legislator from Little River County and served as a state senator, 1923-1925. He also served as a prosecuting attorney and practiced law for thirty years in Ashdown, Arkansas. DuLaney died November 11, 1945.
This collection contains correspondence regarding laws and regulations in other states as a guide for legislation DuLaney possibly wanted to draft. Other printed material includes a campaign broadside for DuLaney and legislation from Michigan.
·         Correspondence (Reel MG00213)
o    1922 January 4: Hazel Rasmussen, Madison, Wisconsin, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1922 April 6: John J. DuLaney, Ashdown, Arkansas, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1922 April 15: Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas, to John DuLaney, Ashdown, Arkansas
o    1922 November 3: John J. DuLaney, Ashdown, Arkansas, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1922 August 19: Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas, to John J. DuLaney, Ashdown, Arkansas
o    1922 November 14: John J. DuLaney, Ashdown, Arkansas, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1922 November 20: Thomas F. Martin, Trenton, New Jersey, to John J. DuLaney, Ashdown, Arkansas
o    1922 December 15: Marie B. Owen, Montgomery, Alabama, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1922 December 15: S.L. Staples, Austin, Texas, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1922 December 16: Mary Bradley, Raleigh, North Carolina, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1922 December 17: James J. Bailey, to Arkansas History Commission, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1922 December 18: Thomas F. Martin, Trenton, New Jersey, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1922 December 18: E.R., Legislative Reference Bureau, Springfield, Illinois, to Arkansas History Commission, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1922 December 19: Emma Cavanaugh, Lansing, Michigan, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1922 December 19: Charles F. Ebel, St. Paul, Minnesota, to Dallas T. Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1922 December 19: Lucile McCarthy, Madison, Wisconsin, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1922 December 21: John J. DuLaney, Ashdown, Arkansas, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1922 December 21: James N. Moore, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1923 January 2: Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas, to Secretary of State, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
o    1923 January 4: S.L. Staples, Austin, Texas, to Arkansas History Commission, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1923 January 5: Mrs. James P. Fox, Raleigh, North Carolina, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1923 January 5: Philip B. Perlman, Annapolis, Maryland, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1923 January 6: C.E. Coyne, Pierre, South Dakota, to Arkansas History Commission, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1923 January 6: Horace E. Flack, Baltimore, Maryland, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1923 January 8: J.M. Hitt, Olympia, Washington, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1923 January 8: B.O. James, Richmond, Virginia, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1923 January 8: Sam A. Kozer, Salem, Ohio, to Arkansas History Commission, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1923 January 9: O.P. Hoff, Salem, Oregon, to Arkansas History Commission, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1923 January 10: W.E. Alexander, Denver, Colorado, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1923 January 10: Tazewell, Ellett, Richmond, Virginia, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1923 January 10: R.B. Goodin, Salem, Oregon, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1923 January 12: Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas, to Legislative Reference Bureau, Columbia, Missouri
o    1923 January 13: Historical Library, Helena, Montana, to Arkansas History Commission, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    1923 January 20: Charles U. Becker, Jefferson City, Missouri, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    [?] November 23: John J. DuLaney, Ashdown, Arkansas, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    [?] December 7: John J. DuLaney, Ashdown, Arkansas, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    Undated: John J. DuLaney, Ashdown, Arkansas, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
o    Undated: Harvey C. Smith, Columbus, Ohio, to Dallas Herndon, Little Rock, Arkansas
·         Printed material
o    [1920] "Dulaney favors relief in road tax situation..."
o    1921 January 27: Joint resolution, State of Wisconsin, Number 14 A
o    1921 January 28: Joint resolution, State of Wisconsin, Number 16 A
·         Other
o    Undated: "State Educational Institutions"

o    Undated: List by John J. DuLaney

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