- #001 - CONGRESSIONAL RECORD Proceedings and Debates of the 94th Congress, 2nd Session, Vol. 122, No. 30, March 4, 1976
- #002 - ASHDOWN GRADUATES List of 1906 -1980 graduates; 1906-1994 graduates added 4-19-1995. 39 pp. (Bound copy)
- #003 - MT. HOLLY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, History of, 1845-1975, 130th Anniversary Celebration of the Mt. Holy Presbyterian Church, 1975
- #004 - RONDO PIONEER COMMUNITY OF MILER CO., ARKANSAS: 1835-1958 RONDO CEMETERY CREATED A NATIONAL SHRINE 1939
- #005 - PROFILES OF THE PAST 2ND Edition, 1979 - History of Southwest Arkansas; Stories of pioneers in Little River, Sevier, Polk and Pike Counties. Illustrated with sketches
- #006 - INDIANS OF ARKANSAS Arkansas Archeological Survey, 1969
- #007 - THE WATAUGANS Tennessee in the Eighteenth Century, Bicentenniel Series, 1976
- #008 - COUNTY GOVERNMENT IN ARKANSAS Arkansas Dept. of Local Services and the Institute of Politics and Govt. - Basic information about county government in Arkansas after passage in 1974 of Amendment 55 to the State Constitution
- #009 - LOCKESBURG: The First One Hundred 1878-1978 Compiled and edited by THE LOOKING GLASS; Illustrated family histories of second county seat of Sevier County
- #010 - ARCHEOLOGY AND ARCHEOLOGICAL RESOURCES A Guide for Those Planning to Use, Affect, or Alter the Land's Surface, 1970
- #011 - A MESSAGE TO THE HOMESEEKER Nashville, DeQueen, Mena, and Ashdown; Describing Resources, Enterprises and Opportunities, c. 1924
- #012 - THE PARKER Story and Illustrations of the Parker Shot Gun; Reprint of an old edition. Date unknown.
- #013 - STEVENS FIRE ARMS Catalogue. Reprint of old edition. J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co., Chicopee Falls, MA - Date unknown
- #014 - ARKANSAS' INCREDIBLE DIAMOND MINE STORY Illustrated story of the Pike County diamond mine from the discovery in 1906 to 1981
- #015 - DIAMONDS Reprint of early edition; story of Pike County diamond mine at Murfreesboro, AR
- #016 - ALMANAC FOR 1886 With D. McLean's Medical Receipts
- #017 - ARKANSAS: A Dissertation Bibliography Listing of doctoral research done in colleges and universities about Arkansas-related subjects
- #018 - ARKANSAS HIGHWAY ARCHEOLOGY, 1977 Effect of Highway Program on Sites
- #019 - NOLAND, C. F. M.: An Early Arkansas Sportsman, Reprinted from Arkansas Historical Quarterly (Spring 1952) - The Life of Charles Fenton Mercer Noland of Batesville, AR - 1810-1958
- #020 - KNIFE FIGHTER: Story of James Bowie, Two copies of 1971 printing and one copy of Sixth Printing, 1988
- #021 - FORTY DAYS OF DISASTER Report of Gen. Shelby: Battle of Marks Mill, No. 1 in Bulletin Series Pub. by the Pulaski County Historical Society, 1955; Story of Gen. Frederick Steele's expedition into Southwest Arkansas during Civil War, March 1864
- #022 - UNCERTAIN HARVEST: The Family Farm in Arkansas, Pub. Ozark Institute, May 1979, Problems facing Arkansas farmers and rural communities
- #023 - ARKANSIANA FOR HIGH SCHOOLS Published by Arkansas Library Commission; Revised Jan. 1964 - List of books about Arkansas and by Arkansas authors
- #024 - INDIAN RELICS: Catalogue, Fossils, Minerals, Curios, Crystals, Shells, etc.
- #025 - MARBLE'S SPECIALTIES FOR SPORTSMEN Catalogue, 1905 - Manufactured by Marble Safety Axe Company; Reprint 1980
- #026 - NODENA: An Account of 75 Years of Archeological Investigation in Southeast Mississippi County, Arkansas;Arkansas Archeological Survey, 1973
- #027 - ARKANSAS AUTHORS Third Set (1982) Biographical sketches of Douglas Jones, Lily Peter, and Lois Snelling
- #028 - ARKANSAS AUTHORS First Set (1979) Biographical sketches of Francis Gwaltney, Maya Angelou, and Charlie May Simon
- #029 - ARKANSAS AUTHORS Second Set (1980) Biographical sketches of Claud Garner, Charles Portis, and Dee Brown
- #030 - PICTORIAL REVIEW OF HOWARD COUNTY 1873-1973 Howard County Centennial, August 1973
- #031 - MINERAL SPRINGS 1879-1979 Illustrated history of Mineral Springs, Howard Co., including Mineral Springs cemetery list
- #032 - TEXAS THROUGH 250 MILLION YEARS Relief maps and story of oil and gas in Texas
- #033 - ARKANSAS ARTS An Inventory of Cultural Programs, Organizations and Facilities of Arkansas - Published by Arkansas Arts Council, 1981 DISCARDED
- #034 - ROCKHOUNDING IN ARKANSAS 2ND Printing, 1975 - Location of hunting areas for minerals and fossils in Arkansas
- #035 - MUSEUMS OF ARKANSAS A Guide - 1978 Edition, Published by Arkansas Arts Council and AEH Grant
- #036 - THE NEW YORKER We Like It That Way, (two copies of New Yorker Sept. 21, 1981) Article about Hope, AR
- #037 - CONSULTANT FOR ARKANSAS Museums and Other Arts Organizations 1978 edition; Published by Arkansas AETS Council and Arkansas Endowment for the Arts. List of research centers
- #038 - ARKANSAS HISTORY COMMISSION Bulletin of Information No. 4, December 1912,Biography of historical and literary writings of Arkansas; Lists of museum articles and family relics at the Arkansas History Commission
- #039 - SONG LYRIC SOUVENIRS Religious songs and Christmas play, 1981
- #040 - LINGER AT CALVARY MELODIES Vol. I, Baptist Publishing House, 1981 (transferred to Edward Cooper Collection)
- #041 - LINGER AT CALVARY MELODIES Vol. II, Baptist Publishing House, 1981 (transferred to Edward Cooper Collection)
- #042 - PIONEER DAYS IN ARKANSAS Presbyterian Comm. of Publications, Story of Scotch-Presbyterian settlements and families, 1927
- #043 - LOOK, LOOK AND LIVE First Baptist Church of Hope - 1868-1968, Centennial Celebration, July 26, 1968. Illus.
- #044 - TWICE-TOLD TALES OF TEXAS Memento of Texas' Statewide Centennial Celebration, 1936 - Brief history of years 1598-1873. Copies of illustrations made for Centennial Exposition at Dallas in 1936
- #045 - THE DEFENSE OF SHREVEPORT: The Confederacy's Last Redoubt; Reprint from Military Affairs, Vol. XVII, No. 2, Summer 1953, Red River Campaign, 1864; mention of Steele's reaction to news of Bank's Defeat in LA as Steele was at Prairie de Ann in Southwest Arkansas
- #046 - FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, NASHVILLE, AR A Brief History, Dec. 1980 - written as part of the Centennial Celebration 1880-1980 (pamphlet missing)
- #047 - HCHS: HEMPSTEAD CO. HISTORICAL SOCIETY ESSAY CONTEST, 1978, 9 essays
- #048 - HCHS: HEMSTEAD CO. HISTORICAL SOCIETY ESSAY CONTEST, 1979, Six essays (one essay missing: by Jeanna Price, St. Mark's Episcopal Church )
- #049 - ALBERT PIKE A Poem; Prairie Press Books, 1974
- #050 - ROYAL ARCH MASON Vol. 12, No. 9 - Albert Pike and the Indians; Pike's controversial command of the Indians during the Civil War
- #051 - WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS Poems - Vol. I, #1, Hope High School, March 1980, Produced by HHS's first Creative Writing Class, agent Bonnie Routon
- #052 - BEGINNINGS: Historic Architecture in Arkansas State Historic Preservation Program; Stories and pictures of historic Arkansas homes and buildings
- #053 - GRANDFATHER KING'S HOMILIES Writings and sermons of Rev. Jesse Columbus King, evangelist, Presbyterian Church; born 1852; also letters to and from his wife, Pattie Fontaine Wallace King and others. Compiled 1978
- #054 - THE BORDERLANDS AND CULLEN BAKER, 1978, Journal Pub. of Texas, A True Story of Civil War and Reconstruction in Southwest Arkansas and Northeast Texas
- #055 - THE THIRD ANNUAL REUNION OF THE FORMER H. C. YERGER HIGH SCHOOL IN HOPE, AR 1886-1969 - Reunion 1980 Souvenir Booklet
- #056 - SOIL SURVEY OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS United States Dept. of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service in cooperation with Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1969-1974. Pub. 1979 - For land-planning programs, maps
- #057 - PRODUCING GIANT WATERMELONS: An Arkansas Tradition Etter Printing, 1978
- #058 - THIRTY-FOURTH ANNUAL THIRD DISTICT LIVESTOCK SHOW AND RODEO Schedule of Events, Hope, AR, Sept. 26-30, 1978
- #059 - FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF HOPE, ARKANSAS 1861-1961 Historical sketch and roll of elders and deacons since 1861
- #060 - YELLOW FEVER IN NEW ORLEANS 1853, Abstractions and Realities. Reprint from The Journal of Southern History 1959, Vol. XXV, No. 3
- #061 - A SURVEY OF HISTORIC WASHINGTON, ARKANSAS Reprint: Arkansas Historical Quarterly, Vol. XVII, 1958, ( three copies- front cover states Winter, 1958, No. 4; Inside cover page states Autumn 1958, No. 3)
- #062 - THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN WASHINGTON, The 100th Year Anniversary, Sept. 25, 1949 (three identical copies) one copy missing
- #063 - BLACK ELITISM Hope, Arkansas 1900-1935 - Pioneer Printing , 1981. Stories of families, education, transportation, clubs, hobbies, luxuries and an estimation of how the Hope Blacks viewed themselves as the upper, middle, and lower social structure in the years 1900-1935.
- #064 - BANK OF PRESCOTT Prescott, Arkansas. Pictorial History on 75th Anniversary, 1981
- #065 - ITEMS OF INTEREST 1913-1914 Hempstead Co. Bank, Hope, AR - facts re postage rates, how to weigh a haystack, weather storm warnings, how to make cottonseed flour and other subjects
- #066 - THIRTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL THIRD DISTRICT LIVESTOCK SHOW & RODEO Hope, AR, Sept. 29-Oct. 3, 1981 - Art exhibits, rules and regulations, livestock exhibits, parade rules, historic photographs
- #067 - A CENTURY OF SERVICE Union Baptist Association 1872-1972; Origination hymn by Elder J. J. Byers of Shover Springs in 1872
- #068 - OAK GROVE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1854-1979, Illustrated history of the Church
- #069 - A TAVERN HOUSES HISTORY, 1965, Written for the Pioneer Washington Foundation; Etter Printing Co., 2nd ed., 1969; story of the tavern reconstructed in Washington, AR, 1960
- #070 - COLUMBIA COUNTY FAIR 2ND Annual County Fair, Magnolia, AR, Oct. 1913
- #071 - COLUMBIA COUNTY, ARKANSAS A Survey of Government. Columbia County League of Woman Voters. Revised 1977
- #072 - SAM HOUSTON The Life and Loves of the Empire Builder. Written for the Pioneer Washington Foundation. Revised ed. 1961. Story of Sam Houston and his brief stays in Washington, AR in 1832 and 1834
- #073 - BLACK FOOTPRINTS AROUND HEMPSTEAD COUNTY August 1977 - accounts of Black achievements in Hempstead County; story of Haygood Seminary, Black institute for training of preachers, teachers, and musicians, at Washington, 1888-1924
- #074 - BLACK FOOTPRINTS AROUND ARKANSAS, 1979 Brief biographies of Black leaders of Arkansas
- #075 - HOPE, ARKANSAS: Promotional Booklets, Advertising and Tourist Promotion Commission 1978-1980
- #076 - THE JAMES BLACK STORY Written by Daniel Jones, former Gov. of Arkansas in whose home James Black spent his final years.
- #077 - THE TALE OF THE MAN WHO INVENTED THE BOWIE KNIFE Life account of James Black, who made the Bowie Knife in Washington, A R 1832
- #078 - METHODISM'S GATEWAY TO THE SOUTHWEST Progressive Litho & Printing Co., Little Rock, 1966. Story of the Methodist Church in Washington, AR and Henry's Chapel at Mound Prairie, founded in 1818.
- #079 - RURAL ROUTE DIRECTORY Magnolia, Arkansas, 1913 - Book published in the interest of the patrons of the Five Rural Routes leading out from Magnolia
- #080 - IN OLD CALHOUN: Brief History of one of Arkansas's Oldest Communities; Brief biographies of some of the pioneer families. Pub. 1930
- #081 - AUSTIN-BRYAN-PERRY FAMILY REUNION 1978, (Privately printed) Memorandum of Moses Austin's Journey From the Lead Mines in the Province of Louisiana West of the Mississippi - Reprint
- #082 - DURHAM, LOUISE: Education 1981, Story of Polk County teacher at Mena for 57 years (b. 1875-d.1961)
- #083 - ARKANSAS TRAVELER A Multi-Parented Wayfarer. Reprint from Arkansas Historical Quarterly, Vol. XXX, Summer 1971; Origin of The Arkansas Traveler, both song and story
- #084 - ROANE TOWNSHIP SCRAPBOOK Bradley, Lafayette County, Arkansas. First in the U. S. Bicentennial Series. Rose Garden Club Edition, 1975
- #085 - POLK COUNTY PROMOTIONAL BROCHURES Queen Wilhelmina State Park, Ouachita National Forest Map; Petit Jean State Park, Welcome to Mena, etc.
- #086 - SONGS OF THE PIONEERS Book No. 2 - A collection of songs and ballads of the romantic past. (Wall Drug, Wall, South Dakota, pub.)
- #087 - HATFIELD STORY Six Issues of The Looking Glass (1981) Civil War stories. Illustrated
- #088 - THE FARMERS EDUCATIONAL AND CO-OPERATIVE UNION OF AMERICA Arkansas Constitution and By-laws, 1906. Arkansas Union Tribune, Printers
- #089 - THE INVENTOR'S GUIDE Inventions and Inventors before and after the Civil War
- #090 - WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Constitution and By-laws. As amended and adopted at the Fifth Annual Session, held at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May 1903
- #091 - DEAR FOLKS Collected letters of Roy Anderson with reminiscences of Hope and Spring Hill; letters sent 1961-1971. Pioneer Printers, Hope, 1979
- #092 - SOME REMARKABLE WOMEN OF ARKANSAS Vol. 1, 1979, Brief biographies of women who have played important roles in the development of Arkansas in education, art, politics, etc.
- #093 - HISTORY OF HOWARD COUNTY, ARKANSAS, A Century of Howard County 1873-1973. Illustrated with historic pictures
- #094 - I REMEMBER SHOVER SPRINGS A Collection of Remembrances of Shover Springs, Arkansas, 1890-1940. Etter Printing Co., 1980 - Published for Historical Sites Day, Hempstead Co. Historical Society, on the
- #095 - ARKANSAS ALMANAC 1956-1957 Collection of Arkansas facts and figures
- #096 - A COMMEMORATIVE HISTORY OF HOPE, ARKANSAS, Hope's First Century 1875-1975. Illustrated with historic pictures of Hope, 1872-1950
- #097 - MISSOURI HISTORICAL REVIEW The State Historical Society of Missouri, Vol. LXXIII, No. 2, January 1979. See: One Year at War: Letters of Capt. George W. Dawson. Battle of Corinth, etc.
- #098 - MISSOURI HISTORICAL REVIEW The State Historical Society of Missouri, Vol. LXXIII, No. 3, April 1979. A story of politics involving the future of the State of Arkansas (Illustrated with woodcuts - early skills of frontiersmen, etc.)
- #099 - TEXAS SKETCHBOOK A Collection of Historical Stories from The Humble Way - revised ed. 1958; Story of Texas before 1900 with pencil sketches of historic houses and buildings
- #100 - BLUE BAYOU: The First Hundred Years, 1880-1980 Church records, letters, miscellaneous records and lists, poems (Howard County)
- #101 - CORINTH REVISITED BY ITS KINFOLKS Etter Printing Co., 1979
- #102 - THE FORMATION OF THE UNION, National Archives Publication No. 70-13. Includes the Declaration of Rights, 1774; General Gates' letter announcing the Surrender of Burgoyne at Saratoga, 1777; New York's Ratification of the Bill of Rights, 1790, etc.
- #103 - RESEARCHING ARKANSAS HISTORY A Beginner's Guide. Rose Pub., 1979. Basic reference sources, Arkansas libraries, Black History Sources. Genealogical Research, Municipal Records, Arkansas History Commission
- #104 - THE EARLY HISTORY OF NASH, TEXAS, Nash Century Celebration Issue, 1873-1973 - Early settlers of Bowie County, Texas, 1823-1900; original name was Park, Texas
- #105 - STEVENSON, WILLIAM Riding Preacher - Southern Methodist University Press, 1964 - Life of Rev. William Stevenson, the Father of Methodism in Southwest Arkansas (1815-1825)
- #106 - ARKANSAS MILITARY BOUNTY RECORDS (Grants) WAR OF 1812, Published by Arkansas Ancestors, 1971; contains genealogical material; 1st entry made Sept. 1, 1821
- #107 - GARCIA, ROSALIE FONTAINE (two articles), 1981
- #108 - MINE CREEK CHAPTER YEARBOOKS D. A. R. - Eight Yearbooks listed (One for 1975-76 is missing)
- #109 - PATTERNS FOR NEEDLEWORK Lace and Crochet, Drawn Work, Embroidery, Tatting (copies)
- #110 - ASSESSOR'S MANUAL Real Estate, State of Arkansas 1972 (copy)
- #111 - BOWIE COUNTY, TEXAS Basic Background Book, 1981 - Place-Name Index, Civil War Roster, Bowie County Tax List 1846 and 1890
- #112 - NURSING HOME Storehouse, Not Warehouse. Summary of discussions with Nursing Home Residents regarding history, literature, art and religion
- #113 - INDIAN NOTES AND MONOGRAPHS Certain Caddo Sites in Arkansas Museum of the American Indian, New York, 1920. Series of publications relating to the American Aborigines (copy); mounds excavated near Ozan, Washington, and Mineral Springs
- #114 - WASHINGTON TELEGRAPH Homeseeker's Supplement, Vol. LXXI, May 12, 1911, No. 19. A Land of Rich Alluvial Soils and Unrivaled in Natural Resources- Businesses in Washington, Ozan, Fulton, and Blevins.
- #115 - LOUISIANA HISTORICAL REVIEW Featuring Caddo and Bossier Parishes. Advertising pamphlet with historical notes, 1981
- #116 - HISTORY OF THE FIRST UNITED METHODIST WOMEN Mena, Arkansas, 1934-1981
- #117 - SEVIER COUNTY WRITINGS Vol. I, compiled in 1981; Sevier County research projects; early settlements; Damascus Missionary Baptist Church Minute Books; DeQueen Methodist Church; Methodist Circuit Register 1883
- #118 - SEVIER COUNTY WRITINGS Vol. II, compiled in 1981; Church and community records - Cross Trails, Avon, Paraclifta; Letters and Interviews
- #119 - SEVIER COUNTY WRITINGS Vol. III, compiled in 1981- Early days in Sevier County; Civil War letters; 45 Years of School Progress; early DeQueen, Dilworth, Paraclifta, etc.
- #120 - SEVIER COUNTY WRITINGS Vol. IV, compiled in 1981 - Early manuscripts and articles; first settlements; early churches; Black men and women in court records; history of a few towns in the County
- #121 - SEVIER COUNTY WRITINGS Vol. V, compiled in 1981 - Miscellaneous papers; White Squatters and Settlers on Indian lands; Early Schools, Boundary problems
- #122 - SEVIER COUNTY WRITINGS Vol. VI - Book B -1840-1845 - Compiled 1981
- #123 - ARKANSAS (THE) HUMANITIES IN PERSPECTIVE Law; Arkansas - Newest Symbol of the New South; Linguistics and the Humanities; etc.
- #124 - ANTIETAM Historical Handbook Series, U. S. Printing Office, Revised edition, Gen. Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia invading the North; Battle at Antietam Creek, Maryland, Sept. 17, 1862 the bloodiest day of the Civil War
- #125 - CHICAMAUGA AND CHATTANOOGA BATTLEFIELDS Historical Handbook Series, U. S. Printing Office Reprint 1961. Winter of 1863 in Civil War; Battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 18, and Battle of Chattanooga, Nov. 24, in Tennessee.
- #126 - COLUMBIA BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, HISTORY OF, Compiled 1966. Organized in 1852, same year Columbia County was formed. Pictures of churches.
- #127 - COLUMBIA BAPTIST ASSOCIATION Minutes of 86th Annual Session, held with Red River Valley Baptist Church near Plain Dealing, LA, Oct. 1938
- #128 - WINCHESTER ARMS AND AMMUNITION Winchester Repeating Arms Co., Hartford, Conn., Original edition. No date.
- #129 - 600 REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS LIVING IN GEORGIA IN 1827-28, Compiled 1932
- #130 - SONGS OF THE CAROLINA CHARTER COLONISTS 1663-1763, Music Bibliography; published by The Carolina Charter Tercentenary Commission
- #131 - NORTH CAROLINA IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION State Dept. of Archives and History, Raleigh, N. C., 1959 (third printing 1969)
- #132 - HIGHLAND SCOTS (The) OF NORTH CAROLINA Publication of North Carolina Charter Tercentenary Commission. Raleigh, N. C., 1963
- #133 - ARCHIVAL MANAGEMENT BOOKLETS ANDMATERIALS FROM WORKSHOPS Two folders; all aspects of managing collections
- #134 - ALMANAC 1903 Compliments of Mound City Paint & Color Co., St. Louis (Rebus on p. 12)
- #135 - BACHELOR'S REVERIE One Act Play - Walter Baker & Co., 1906
- #136 - SOUTHERN STATER (The) Magazine of Southern Arkansas University, Magnolia, Fall 1978
- #137 - COMMENCEMENT HANDBOOK (The) A Help for the Eighth Grade, 1922 1926; Addresses, skits, songs, a pageant, drills
- #138 - AMERICAN FOLKLORE NEWSLETTERS
- Author: 1975-1979
- #139 - HISTORY OF FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Prescott, AR, 1943. Includes official Directory and Membership Roll
- #140 - REMINISCENCES OF CAPTAIN W. S. RAY of the United Confederate Veterans. (foreword by his grandson, David Ogden)
- #141 - ARKANSAS ALMANAC 1954-1955 Collection of Arkansas facts and figures
- #142 - RED RIVER VALLEY HISTORICAL REVIEW Vol. II, No. 2, Summer 1975; a. Oppressed Oppressors: Negro Slavery Among the Choctaws; b. The Jonesboro Tornado: A case study in folklore, Popular Religion and Grass Roots History; c. Book Review: Regeneration Through Violence - The Mythology of the American Frontier, 1600-1860
- #143 - RED RIVER VALLEY HISTORICAL REVIEW Vol. VI, No. 1, Winter 1981; a. Methodist Pioneers Along the Great Bend of Red River; b. Walter Prescott Webb's Tomorrows
- #144 - RED RIVER VALLEY HISTORICAL REVIEW Vol. I, No. 3, Autumn 1974; a. Frederick Jackson Turner: Historian, Scholar, Teacher; b. From Contraband to Freedman: Federal Policy Toward the Southern Black, 1860-1865.
- #145 - MURFREE, HARDY: 1752-1809 Murfreesboro, Tennessee and Murfreesboro, Arkansas named in his honor
- #146 - MEMORIES OF OLD DALLAS (Town in Polk County)- Old Dallas Methodist Church organized in 1844; two generation list of settlers at Dallas
- #147 - ARKANSAS COUNCIL OF DELIBERATION AND STATE ASSEMBLY 33rd Annual Meeting. May 1, 1982. Lincoln High School, Washington, AR
- #148 - THIS IS MY LETTER TO THE WORLD Writings of Black students in Lincoln High School, collected by teacher, Magdalene Collums, 1972
- #149 - EARLY DAYS IN COLUMBIA COUNTY, ARKANSAS, Thesis, 1933
- #150 - HISTORY (A) OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS, Thesis, 1940
- #151 - PRESCOTT-NEVADA COUNTY HISTORY Centennial Edition, May 1972 (copy)
- #152 - PROPERTY OWNERS IN WASHINGTON (ARKANSAS) 1824-1880; Compiled in 1981, by Don Montgomery, Park Historian, Old Washington Historic State Park.
- #153 - JONES, MARY ELIZABETH, Service Records. Descendent of Benjamin Clark of Washington, AR
- #154 - RURAL ARKANSAS Magazine - April 1977 - Cover picture: two little girls at Blacksmith Shop in Washington and pictures of buildings in Washington with story of Washington, AR restoration.
- #155 - READER RAILROAD (Possum Trot Line) ARKANSAS Magazine, p. 11. Illus.
- #156 - TEN THOUSAND YEARS OF ARKANSAS HISTORY a. The Folsom Man; b. Indian Relics of North America; c. The Marksville People; d. Indians of Coles Creek Times; e. The Great Exaltation (Spiro); f. The Caddo; g. The Sun Lords of Ancient East Arkansas (De Soto) Published in ARKANSAS GAZETTE, 1948
- #157 - HISTORY OF REDLAND TOWNSHIP 2 copies Reprinted 1987; Written by McCaskill Junior High School students - 8th and 9th grades, 1976 An Arkansas Centennial Project (copy)
- #158 - HISTORICAL MARKERS IN BOWIE COUNTY (Texas)See and Save Texas History - publisher unknown, no date;
- #159 - ARKANSAS HISTORICAL REVIEW Vol. I, No. 2, June 1934. Arkansas Historical Society in cooperation with the State History Commission, Little Rock, AR
- #160 - THE ARKANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY Vol. IV, No. 3, Autumn 1945
- #161 - THE JUNIOR HISTORIAN Of Texas State Historical Association, Austin, TX, Vol. 17, No. 1, Sept. 1956 Includes article on Trammel's Trace
- #162 - FORT GIBSON: A Brief History; Historic Oklahoma Series #1, Univ. of OK. Press, Norman, OK, 1943
- #163 - DOWN THE TEXAS ROAD Historic Places Along Highway 69 Through Oklahoma Historic Oklahoma Series #2, Univ. of OK Press, Norman, OK, 1954 - autographed by Carolyn Thomas Foreman
- #164 - BEGINNINGS OF PROTESTANT CHRISTIAN WORK IN INDIAN TERRITORY Press of Star Printers, Muskogee, OK, 1951
- #165 - MUSKOGEE AND EASTERN OKLAHOMA Muskogee Chamber of Commerce, The Star Printery, Muskogee, OK, 1946
- #166 - DOCUMENTS: A Letter of Albert Parker Niblack, reprinted from THE INDIANA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY, Vol. LI, No. 4, 1955.
- #167 - GRANT AND CAROLYN FOREMAN Bibliography; Univ. of OK, Tulsa, OK, 1948 (autographed by Grant ad Carolyn Thomas Foreman)
- #168 - THE FIVE CIVILIIZED TRIBES OF OKLAHOMA Report on Social and Economic Conditions, Indian Rights Association, Philadelphia, PA, 1951
- #169 - QUICKSILVER SONG A Collection of Poems by Amy HB Johnson, 1969
- #170 - MARTIN SITE-BLOCK CATTS HOUSE Archeological Training Program , Old Washington Historic State Park, June 11-27, 1982. Research plans for excavations at two sites, by Skip Stewart Abernathy, Archeologist
- #171 - (The) RENOVATOR'S SUPPLY Three catalogues listing sources for Early American and Victorian curtains, lamps, other household articles. 1982 catalogues
- #172 - FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS History Pub. August 1, 1949. Commemorating the Diamond Jubilee, 1874-1949
- #173 - HISTORICAL LOG CABIN IN JANSSEN PARK, MENA, AR, Capitol of Polk County. Pioneer Life and Customs. Log Cabin, Mena, AR
- #174 - REV. W. J. LLOYD: Missionary to the Choctaw Indians 1870-1916, Evangelist, Statesman, Friend - Presbyterian Committee of Publications, Richmond, VA 1916
- #175 - McREA, THOMAS CHIPMAN Journal Kept During Campaign in 1882 for Democratic Nominee for Congressman-At-Large (copy)
- #176 - LUM AND ABNER DAYS CELEBRATION May 31- June 19, 1982 Mena,. Auspices of the Mena Optimists Club (Museum is located at Pine Ridge, east of Mena)
- #177 - MUSIC IN THE UNITED STATES A Historical Introduction. H. Wiley Hitchcock, Professor of Music, Hunter College, City University of New York, Prentice-Hall, 1969 (copy) Part Two: 1820-1920 - a. Impact of Romanticism; b. the Cultivated Tradition, 1820-1920
- #178 - LANDMARKS OF WASHINGTON, ARKANSAS. Mary Margaret Haynes. 1st Edition. Printed by Etter Co. for the Pioneer Washington Restoration Foundation
- #179 - THREE YEARS IN ARKANSAW 1905 First Edition by Marion Hughes. I was raised on a farm in the back woods o Pike County...Humorous fictional tales of rural life in South Arkansas ca. 1900
- #180 - WINTERSMITH'S WONDER BOOK (Adv. For Wintersmith's Chill Tonic) Original. No date. Puzzles, riddles, Conundrums, 18p., 3 1/2 x 6
- #181 - CHRONICLES OF OKLAHOMA Autumn 1962 Vol. XL Number 3 - Seals of the Five Civilized Tribes p. 214; Letters of General McCulloch and Chief Ross in 1861. p. 286. (By Harry J. Lemley), pp 252-374 6 x 9
- #182 - CHRONICLES OF OKLAHOMA Autumn 1965 Vol. XVLLL Number 5, The Inland Prairie Town p. 284; by Albert Giles, Sr.; The American Indian and His Name, p. 340; by Hope Holway, pp 242-374; 6 x 9 inches.
- #183 - AN EPISODE DURING THE CIVIL WAR by Judge U. M. Rose, The Journey of Judge Rose from Washington, AR to Richmond, VA in 1864 to compile records concerning the part played by the citizens of the Confederacy in the Civil War (copy) 66p 81/2 x 11
- #184 - OUR CHRISTIAN HERITAGE: Brother Edmon Grant Mattingly by his grandson, David Hill. The story of a Cumberland Presbyterian minister and his wife in Southwest Arkansas from 1902-1940. (Ran a sawmill as a secondary income.)
- #185 - TOLTEC MOUNDS STATE PARK BROCHURE 1982
- #186 - CHUCALISSA INDIAN MUSEUM AND VILLAGE RECONSTRUCTION (Tennessee) 1982
- #187 - FORT ST. JEANBAPTISTE STATE COMMEMORATION AREA (brochure) Natchitoches, LA. Founded by Louis Juchereau de St. Denis in 1714; on Red River; trading post reconstructed from a plan drawn in 1733 by the
- #188 - NASHVILLE NEWS; Early Files, Vol. I Compiled by Lucille Westbrook. Collection of articles from past issues of the Nashville News 1980-1982. Historic pictures and facts about Howard County. Indexed, 88p, 9x 14 inches.
- #189 - (THE) FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF HOPE, ARKANSAS A Centennial History 1882-1982 - Preface by Anale Newton Yarbrough. Indexed. Illus.; 64p, 81/2 x 11
- #190 - LIBRARIES AND OUR CIVILIZATIONS Governor's Conference on Libraries. Report prepared for Gov. Hugh Carey of New York by Immanuel Wallerstein and John Frank Stephens. June 1978 , 51p., 6 x 9 inches.
- #191 - LAKES IN SEVIER COUNTY, Four Brochures: a. DeQueen Lake. Brochure by Tulsa District Corps of Engineers; b. Milwood Lake: Tulsa District Corps of Engineers; c. Gillham Lake: Tulsa District Corps of Engineers; d. The Float Streams of Arkansas: Arkansas Game & Fish Commission
- #192 - PROFILE: SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS REGIONAL ARCHIVES The First Five Years 1977-1982 - Pamphlet compiled by M. Medearis with clippings from back issues of the Journal of the Hempstead County Historical Society. Presented to board members and volunteers as a token of appreciation at Fifth Anniversary Christmas Tea, 1982
- #193 - REPORT OF THE STUDY COMMITTEE ON LIBRARIES AND Archives; National Conservation Advisory Council 1978; National need: The Nature of Libraries and Archives; Present Conservation Activities of Libraries
- #194 - OUACHITA COUNTY JUBILEE '81 Brochure; A Brief History of Camden and Ouachita County; Calendar of Events for Jubilee, Oct 9, 10,11, 1981 6p., 4 x 8 1/2 .
- #195 - ARKANSAS ARCHEOLOGICAL DIGS IN WASHINGTON 1981- 1982
Materials concerning these two summers of the program sponsored by the Arkansas Archeological Survey and Arkansas Archeological Society; field notes; training program for amateurs; publicity; historical archeology in Arkansas; the Sanders Kitchen Archeological Project, by Skip Abernathy; two pictures of Skip Abernathy
- #196 - ARKANSAS ALMANAC Civil War Centennial Edition 1962 Arkansas Almanac Company. Little Rock 269p 81/2 x 5 1/2 (2 copies- Acc. #2339 and Acc. #1839
- #197 - EVOLUTION OF GUNS & RIFLES From a book by Hon. T. F. Fremantle, London MCMXIII - Printed for Pioneer Washington Restoration Foundation Washington, AR. Etter Printing Co. 324p 5 x 9
- #198 - OLD WASHINGTON HISTORIC STATE PARK Brochures from 1958-1963 before the State Park & Tourism Dept. became partners with the Pioneer Washington Restoration Foundation
- #199 - TEXARKANA CENTENNIAL HISTORICAL PROGRAM 1873-1973 Comprising a Selection of Choice Photographs and Illustrations with a Brief Account of Texarkana's Past and Present Including the Program of Festivities, April 7 - 14 60p 81/2 x 11
- #200 - BLACKSMITH: THE WORLD OF Tourguide Press, 1979. Contents: Learning To Be a Blacksmith; Examining His Raw Materials: The Finished Product, etc. 16p., 6 x 9
- #201 - ARKANSAS' VERNACULAR ARCHITECTURE From a speech by Cy Sutherland - First Annual Meeting of the Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas - Nov. 1981
- #202 - HISTORIC PRESERVATION Two Pamphlets: 1. Partnerships In Historic Preservation - Dwight Young; 2. Financial Incentives for Historic Preservation by John Mathews Talks given at the first annual meeting of the Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas, Hot Springs, Nov. 1981
- #203 - LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL (WASHINGTON, AR) DEDICATION EXERCISES Sunday, April 17, 1955 Orval Faubus, Speaker, 10p., 8 1/2 x 11
- #204 - JONQUIL TRAIL BROCHURES Old Washington Historic State Park - Complete file
- #205 - HISTORY OF THE COLUMBIA BAPTIST ASSOCIATION - Magnolia, Arkansas; compiled by Mrs. W. M. Paschal, 1966 ; 74p., x 9
- #206 - KNIVES BY LLOYD HALE... Illustrated 14p
- #207 - PARKER'S CHAPEL CHURCH HISTORY 1872 - 104 YEARS AND STILL SERVING IN 1976 - Founded by the Rev. J. A. Parker in 1872. Union County. Membership role from 1872-1975; 13p., (copies) 8 1/2 x 11
- #208 - ETIQUETTE FOR LADIES (no date , ca. 1880-1890) Tattered copy. No cover. Includes Etiquette for Gentlemen; Etiquette of the Ballroom; Instructions on how to dance the Quadrille, Waltz, Cotillion, etc.; The Dinner Table; How Women May Earn Money; The Ladies Guide to Beauty - How to be Fascinating, Approx. 200p., 5 x 7
- #209 - ARKANSAS 70-72: HISTORIC PRESERVATION - INTERIM PLAN FOR HISTORICAL, ARCHEOLOGICAL, ARCHITECTURAL AND CULTURAL PRESERVATION IN ARKANSAS. Prepared for the National Register by the Arkansas State Review Committee for Historic Preservation and the Historical Preservation Program Staff. August 1970. (1) Overview and evaluation (2) Establish priorities (3) Initiate a multi-faceted educational program to gain support of citizens. Approx. 150p., 9 x 10
- #210 - RED RIVER RAFT a. Collection of Pamphlets from the Secretary of War - From the years 1834 -1913; b. Feb 14, 1834: Report from C. Gratiot & Henry Shreve, reporting on work of clearing away the raft of Red River. Includes rough sketch of that part of Red River in which the Raft is located; c. Feb. 24, 1855: Report and map of Col. Fuller's survey of Red River in the region of the Great Raft; d. Jan. 10, 1885: Report from H. S. Taber and M. A. Orlopp, of examination of Red River from Fulton to 150 miles above; e. Dec. 15, 1903: Report from Gillespie and Potter of their examination of Red River from Fulton to Denison, Texas; f. April 12, 1911. Report by Bixby and Waldron on preliminary examination of channel connecting Red and Sulphur Rivers, Arkansas and Texas by way of Texarkana; g. Feb. 16, 1913: Report by Bixby and Rossell on examination of Red River, at or near Fulton, Arkansas, with a View to the Prevention of a Cut-Off. Map by J. A. Woodruff; h. June 27, 1913. With a Letter from the Chief of Engineers (Bixby); Reports on Examination and Survey of Red River, LA.., and AR, from its Mouth to Fulton. MAPS of cut-offs since 1892 by Woodruff. (second map shows Woodruff's 1872 boundaries of the Great Raft before he supervised clearing.
- #211 - ARKANSAS SUPER TRAVELER - Package from Dept. of States Parks & Tourism, 1983. Humorous illustrations of 'traveler' on cover. Facts about Arkansas; historical puzzles; listing of Arkansas attractions; Famous People born in Arkansas. 19p, 8 1/2 x 11
- #212 - (The) OLD-HOUSE JOURNAL ARTICLES OF RENOVATION AND MAINTENANCE IDEAS FOR THE ANTIQUE HOUSE a. Drapes and Curtains; b. A Restorationist View of Windows; c. Greek Revival Decoration; d. A Guide to Reproduction Fabrics; e. A Glossary of Old-House Parts (pre-1920); f. Selecting Colors; g. Talk to Me of Windows (a glossary); h. A Guide to Lighting the Old House; i. Early American Roof Types (glossary); j. Field Guide to Old-House Styles
- #213 - ARKANSAS NATURAL AREA PLAN Prepared by Arkansas Department of Planning, Charles T. Crow, Director. Printed by Ozark Society Foundation, Dec. 1974. An approach to preserving some remnants of the State's natural heritage; an inventory of the natural area resources, a proposal for a system of priorities, and recommendations for areas that best merit it. 247p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #214 - FRONTIER PHARMACY by the Arkansas Unit: Herb Society of America, Description of the Plants in the Medicinal Garden at the Arkansas Territorial Restoration in Little Rock. 31p 8 1/2 x 5 1/2
- #215 - CLARK COUNTY HISTORICAL JOURNAL, Vol. II, No. I Pub: The Clark County Historical Association Winter 1975; The Civil War in Clark County; Federal Invasion of Clark County; Arkadelphia, a Confederate Arsenal Center; An Intimate View of Clark County During the Civil War; The Flanagin Papers; Confederate Soldier Writes His Wife (W. B. Moore)
- #216 - CLARK COUNTY HISTORICAL JOURNAL, Vol. II, No 2, Pub. The Clark County Historical Association Spring 1978, History of Okolona
- #217 - AN INAUGURAL DISERTATION ON SCARLATINI For the Degree of M. D. Respectfully submitted to the Dean and Faculty of the Medical College of South Carolina by Johnson Whitmore of Arkansas, 1856, Copy of Original & second manuscript copy 8 1/2 x 11 (30 pages in original)
- #218 - GRANTS: APPLICATION PROCEDURES File Eliminated; outdated material
- #219 - HISTORY OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY DURING THE CIVIL WAR Prepared by Mrs. C. E. Royston 1912 - From the Royston Collection. Copied by Etter Printing Co. History of U. D. C. Chapters, camps of Confederate Veterans in Hempstead County (1912); roster of Companies of Civil War from Hempstead County; faithful slaves; relics.
- #220 - OLD WASHINGTON MASTER PLAN (without photographs) Witsell and Evans, Architects 1980 copy 225p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #221 - LANDSCAPE DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR OLD WASHINGTON by Allan Brown May 1981 The setting, the process, the goals, for a schematic plan to fit in with the Master Plan developed by Witsell and Evans. Maps. 220p 12 x 8 1/2
- #222 - DESCRIPTIVE LIST OF SEVIER COUNTY DESTITUTE FAMILIES OF CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS. Copied by Mary McCrory 1983, Filed with SEVIER COUNTY WRITINGS PAM #117-122; a. Name of Soldier; county from which Soldier entered service, Regiment; In service, dead, or discharged; Names of family; ages in years of family; Relationship to Soldier; b. Soldiers on Descriptive List reported dead by Feb. 1863; an alphabetized list of Soldiers on descriptive List ( a. replaced with booklet )
- #223 - RAND-MCNALLY INDEXED COUNTY AND TOWNSHIP POCKET MAP AND SHIPPER'S GUIDE OF ARKANSAS 1913 - Showing all Railroads, Cities, Towns, Villages, Post Offices, Lakes, Rivers, etc.57p 8 1/2 x 8 1/2 (copy) (missing)
- #224 - OLD BUILDINGS OF ARKADELPHIA.Wanda Martin. 1980, 12p 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
- #225 - COMMISSIONING THE USS ARKANSAS AT NAVAL STATION NORFOLD, VA. 18 Oct. 1980. Pamphlet of ceremony; newspaper publicity from Hope Star on gift of knife made by Gene Godfrey; History of Other Ships Names Arkansas (small pamphlet)
- #226 - EMPHASIS IDEAL: Magazine of Okay Cement Co., Nov. 1969 - Arkansas Division Has a Birthday. 40th Anniversary
- #227 - McNUTT, WALTER (DR.) PAPERS Sam Houston, The Life & Loves of the Empire Builder, by Walter Scott McNutt, Revision, 1961, 44p.; Four brochures for Jefferson College, Jefferson, TX, 1953, Dr. McNutt, president and owner
- #228 - FULTON: A GLIMPSE INTO THE HISTORY OF FULTON Program for the Fulton Homecoming School Reunion - 30 Sept 1983 4p
- #229 - MENA NATURE CLUB of Mena, Arkansas 19883-1984, Handbook. Theme: The Ouachitas. Organized Jan 1969. Roster of members. BIRDS reported by Nature Club members in Polk County area in 1981-82. Poem Song of the Ouachita Mountain Born, by Aileen McWilliam. Hiking trails. 34p. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
- #230 - FIRST UNITED METHODIST WOMEN OF MENA: A HISTORY OF 1934-1981. Written by Dorris (Mrs. Vernon) Rodgers. Drawings by Flora McChristian. List of Pastors of First United Methodist Church 20p., 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
- #231 - D. A. R. - ARKANSAS GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH AID: LIST OF RECORDS John Cain Chapter of Hope, 58 p., 8 1/2 x 11
- #232 - PARTIAL HISTORY OF POLK COUNTY - First publication by the Polk County Historical Society, 19 Aug. 1969. School records, files of the Mena Star, Interviews with old-timers. Typed by Janet Helms, Treva Earhart, Connie Campbell and Darlene Herndon. Approx. 100p 8 1/2 x 11
- #233 - LETTERS FROM DR. JOHN R. SIBLEY in The Austin Papers, Vol. I & II, From Natchitoches. Dec. 1812 - July 1828. Concerning with political situation in Louisiana and the U.S. on the affairs in Mexico; remedies for various illnesses.
- #234 - AN OUTSTANDING ARKANSAS COMPOSER, WILLIAM GRANT STILL by Mary D. Hudgins. Reprinted from Arkansas Historical Quarterly, Winter 1965. Dean of Negro Composers, Wm Grant Still was the stepson of Charlie Shepperson, of Washington, AR, Hempstead County, 12p. 6 x 9
- #235 - AUNT ELLA'S COOKING RECEIPES Cookbook, original ca. 1910. Reprinted by Etter Pub. Co., 1983. Sponsored by the Washington Volunteer Fire Department Women's Auxiliary. Originally published in Ashdown. (cover missing) Approx. 150p., 5 x 8 1/2
- #236 - LA HARPE: AN EXPLORER OF LOUISIANA 1683-1765 by Baron Marc de Villiers du Terrage. Translated, annotated and edited by Samuel D. Dickinson. 1983. Etter Printing Co., Hope, Arkansas. 46p., 6 x 9
- #237 - ARKANSAS GAME AND FISH COMMISSION BROCHURES (two) 8p (Magazines transferred to Research Room - Periodical box shelf)
- #238 - DISCOVERIES INDICATING A PRE-CADDO CULTURE ON RED RIVER IN ARKANSAS - by Harry Lemley ; and THE CERAMIC RELATIONSHIPS OF THE PRE-CADDO POTTERY FROM THE CRENSHAW SITE by Sam Dickinson, Reprinted from Vol. 8, Bulletin of Texas, Sept. 1936 Archeological and Paleontological Society, pgs 25-67, copy.
- #239 - GEMS OF TRUTH IN POETRY - A book of Didactic, Lyric and Epic Poems Expressed Sacredly and Humorously by Elder L. M. Byers. Published by The Baptist Sunday School Committee - Texarkana, AR-TX, 1916 Original book, 179p. 5 x 7 1/2
- #240 - NUNN FAMILY SCRAPBOOKS INDEX Ouachita County family. Indexed by Betty Duckett, 1983, 15p ., 8 1/2 x 11
- #241 - PERSIMMONS FOR EVERYBODY - by Eugene and Mary E. Griffith. Pub. by North American Fruit Growers, 1982. Description of persimmons, recipes.145p 6 x 9
- #242 - NASHVILLE FIRST BAPTIIST CHURCH: A HISTORY. 1835 - 1970, 16p., 9 x 11
- #243 - ARKANSAS IN THE WAR: 1861-1865 - by General Marcus J. Wright. Printed by Guard-Record Company, Batesville, AR 1963. Battles, Campaigns, Regiments from Arkansas, etc. (identical to #301 except for pagination) 99p
- #244 - METHODISM IN SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS - A collection of research papers on the Rev. William Stevenson and other Methodist preachers who came from Missouri to Southwest Arkansas in 1819; also other sources on Methodism in Southwest Arkansas in the Territorial days. (Medearis research of 1976)
- #245 - (THE) LOW-DOWN ON JIM BOWIE. By Edward Sears. From the book From Hell to Breakfast, edited by Boatright and Day, Southern Methodist University Press, Dallas, c. 1944; Texas Folklore Society; Austin. Facsimile Edition 1967. Details of the land-fraud schemes perpetrated be the Bowie brothers in 1828 in Arkansas.
- #246 - CIVIL WAR LADIES SKETCHBOOK - Vol. I - by K. A. York. Published by The House of York 1980. Collection of drawings made from pictures appearing in such magazines as Godey's, Harper's, Peterson's, between 1856-1865, with crochet & knit patterns; clothing for children (patterns)
- #247 - CIVIL WAR LADIES SKETCHBOOK Vol. 2 - by K. A. York. Published by The House of York - Vol. 2 designed to be used with Vol. I or by itself. Dress patterns of 1856-1865, with crochet & knit patterns; clothing for children (patterns)
- #248 - WASHINGTON SCHOOL MANUAL 1910 (Original) - Rules, regulations and course of study - Edmond W. McGough, Principal
- #249 - MOTHER GOOSE IN THE OZARKS - Ray Wood. Drawings by Ed. Hargis. Marshall Vance, Publisher. Forrest City 72335, 1983
- #250 - JEFFERSON TEXAS 3rd ANNUAL SPRING PILGRIMAGE - Sponsored by the Jessie Allen Wise Garden Club; various postcards, publicity stories; literature
- #251 - OZARK FOLK SONGS: Chapter of 'British Ballads and Songs' From Vol. I; Collection by Vance Randolph. Copy of chapter 'British Ballads and Songs.' Many songs from the Ouachita Mountain area.
- #252 - A BRIEF HISTORY OF LIBERTY ASSOCIATION - From 1845 to 1920 - by Alexander McPherson; Liberty Association organized out of Churches belonging to Saline Regular Baptist Association. Had its beginning in 1845; Union County - Baptist Churches south of the Arkansas.
- #253 - (THE) ARKANSAS HANDBOOK 1939-1940 - by Dallas T. Herndon, Exec. Sec. Arkansas History Commission; publication of the Arkansas History Commission , 1940 188p 6 x 9
- #254 - JUST A BOOK : REMINISCENT OF CHANGE IN CUSTOMS, INTERESTING TRIAL AND OTHER EVENTS, by Hal Norwood; former Attorney General of Arkansas; Autographed. Starco Print, Mena, AR 1938 91p 6 x 8 1/2
- #255 - THE CAMP, THE BIVOUAC, AND THE BATTLE FIELD Being a History of the Fourth Arkansas Regiment, From Its First Organization Down To the Present Date, With An Occasional Reference to the Current Events of the Times, Including Biographical Sketches of its Field Officers and Others of the OLD BRIGADE - by W. L. Gammage; Brigade Surgeon of McNair's Brigade, Selma, AL: Cooper & Kimball, Mississippian Book and Job Office, 1864 (water damaged)
- #256 - INSECTS (MOSTLY) - by G. F. Wilmans, G. G. R., Fort Smith, 1934. Interesting facts about insects and other wild life of Arkansas, 26p 5 1/2 x 8
- #257 - ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTION OF STATE AND LOCAL GOVOERNMENT IN ARKANSAS. By Henry M. Alexander. Contribution of College of Arts and Sciences; University of Arkansas Bureau of Research: Brannen, Director. 15 Jan. 1947 203p 6 x 9
- #258 - INTEGRATION DECISION IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL - by Karr Shannon; Daily Columnist for the ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT, Little Rock, 1958. Also: the U. S. Supreme Court's Methods of Enforcing Its Race-Mixing Decree Are Contrary to Law Precedent and American Principles. - Autographed
- #259 - SEVIER COUNTY: MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS COLLECTED BY MARY McCRORY - Various court records (copied) - (Filed with SEVIER COUNTY WRITINGS, Box 4 of Pamphlet File)
- #260 - FORTY YEARS OF JURY NAMES: SEVIER COUNTY 1830-1870 - by Mary McCrory - (Filed with SEVIER COUNTY WRITINGS, Box 4 of Pamphlet File)
- #261 - HIEROGLYPHIC BIBLE - (From Carrigan Book Collection) Pages missing to page 31 - Poor condition No date 3 1/2 x 5 1/2
- #262 - COTTON GIN: CATALOGUE OF THOMAS MANUFACTURING COMPANY 1892 Manufacturers of the Thomas Direct Steam Self-Packing Cotton Press. Patented 30 Dec. 1994. Little Rock, AR - Illus. 65p 6 x 9
- #263 - PRESCOTT FIRST METHODIST CHURCH HISTORY - Including Official Directory and Membership Roll. By Stanley T. Baugh, Pastor - Oct. 1943 42p 9 x 4
- #264 - PRESCOTT FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH WOMEN. A History by Phena Fincher - 1983 21p 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
- #265 - TWO HUNDRED YEARS OF MUSIC - Bi-Centennial program at Umpire School - 30 April 1976 19p 8 1/2 x 11
- #266 - ARKANSAS GAZETTE INDEX: EXCERPTS OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY NEWS Copied from index by Shannon J. Henderson - 1819-1879
- #267 - ANNALS OF ARKANSAS: EXCERPTS CONCERNING HEMPSTEAD COUNTY Copied from ANNALS OF ARKANSAS by Dallas Herndon (1819 -1903)
- #268 - ARKANSAS HISTORY COMMISSION BULLETIN OF INFORMATION - No. 5 Civil War letters found in the Kie Oldham Papers collected by Dallas T. Herndon - March 1913
- #269 - LOUISIANA LEADERS 1830 - 1860 - by Mary Lilla McLure, 1935, Journal Printing Co.: Shreveport, LA - p. 5 Henry Miller Shreve: Mississippi Genius 80p 6 x 9
- #270 - LOUISIANA TREES - Cooperative Extension Service. Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College 1974 53p 5 1/2 x 9
- #271 - PARACLIFTA - by Luise P. Thompson. A brief history 6p
- #272 - FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHUCH OF MENA: DEDICATION OF NEW SANCTUARY 1982 19p 7 x 8
- #273 - FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF MENA a. 88 YEARS - A BRIEF HISTORY - by Orville and Margaret Ogden; b. Bicentennial 1784-1984; c. Welcome to the First United Methodist Church - Goals for 1983; d. Service of Consecration 1983
- #274 - SARA BROCHURE DESIGNED BY BERT SMITH - First brochure. 1980, 8p, 3 1/2 x 9 (6)
- #275 - DALLAS COUNTY, ARKANSAS: 1864 MAP - Contains: Names with places of residence; Vacant Residencies; Academies; Schools; Creeks; Rivers; Fords; Hospitals; Mils; Salt Works; Potteries; Towns; Communities; Churches; Campgrounds; Doctors 68p 8 1/2 x 11
- #276 - OZAN RECORD: SOUVENIR EDITION Oct. 1903. H.S. Turner, Editor and Publisher - A Truthful and Concise Report of Her Progress From 1883 up the Present Time 18p 6 x 9
- #277 - FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF DEQUEEN, ARKANSAS (HISTORY) Written by Nathan Smyth 24 June 1984(A) Heritage (B) The Local Church 17p 8 1/2 x 11
- #278 - ARKANSAS PRESERVATION - NEWSLETTER OF THE HISTORIC PRESERVATION ALLIANCE OF ARKANSAS (incomplete file)
- #279 - HOWARD COUNTY RETIREDTEACHERS REMEMBER Compiled by Cleo Chism 1984. A collection of remembrances by Howard County Teachers of 1925 - 1980; Description of schools; curriculum; names of Teachers
- #280 - CARING FOR COLLECTIONS - Strategies for Conservation, Maintenance and Documentation - American Association of Museums 1984 44p 6 x 9
- #281 - U. M. ROSE: IN MEMORIAM - Address by Wilson E. Hemingway on presenting to the Supreme Court of Arkansas the Resolution of the Little Rock Bar Association on the death of Judge U. M. Rose, Original document ,1913, 36p 6 1/2 x 10
- #282 - ARKANSAS HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION NEWSLETTER 1983 - 1984
- #283 - PUBLIC LAND SURVEYS OF THE UNITED STATES - Based upon Public Statutes and Documents and On The Report Submitted to Congress in the Year 1784 by Thomas Jefferson. AMERICAN Book Co., 1894, 65p 5 1/2 x 6 1/2
- #284 - (THE) SOUNDS OF SUPERSPEECH - Newsletter Bridging the Gap Between Business and Deaf Citizens. Fall 1984
- #285 - (THE) JLC & E: THE HISTORY OF AN ARKANSAS RAILROAD. by Lee A. Dew - 1968. ASU Press, State University, Arkansas. Early history of Arkansas railroads; the Jonesboro, Lake City and Eastern Railroad of 1897 124p 6 x 9
- #286 - IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN #25 - PEQUOD TRIBE De Queen, AR 1901 - 1903. Minutes of meetings. A fraternal society founded under a charter granted by the Maryland legislature in 1835. Indexed by Mary McCrory; notes by Pat Dale and M. McCrory from newspaper articles in THE QUEEN BEE, 55p 9 x 14
- #287 - WIRE-SIFTER: COLUMN BY MARY McCRORY - Sevier County Historical Society - Vol. I ( 29 Mar - 27 Dec 1984) copy from column in DEQUEEN BEE (DeQueen, AR) - Historical articles. Indexed, 45p., 8 1/2 x 11.
- #288 - CITIZENS NATIONAL BANCSHARES 1984 - Hope, AR. Highlights accomplished by the bank in 1984 with pictures of the first bank in 1901
- #289 - TOM THUMB WEDDING and THE BROWNIE'S FLIRTATION Walter Baker Co., 1898. (copy) Two unusual entertainments for children
- #290 - HOPE STAR: INDEX OF OBITUARIES OF 1981-1982-1983-1984 - Indexed by Arlene LaGrone for the obituary file in the research room..
- #291 - HANDFUL OF PENNIES - Amy H. Ball Etter Printing Co., 1961, Poetry by Amy Ball 28p 5 x 8
- #292 - ARKANSAS HISTORY: A SELECTED RESEARCH BIBLIOGRAPHY Compiled by Tom. W. Dillard and Michael B. Dougan, Department of Arkansas National and Cultural Heritage - Little Rock, Arkansas, 1984
- #293 - FORTY-FIVE YEARS ON THE ROCK ISLAND LINE. Foster, Tom.-Foreman-Payne Publishers. Mabelvale, AR 1974 Railroading in Southern Arkansas - 1902-1950
- #294 - SMOKEY AND THE FOUKE MONSTER - A True Story by Smokey Crabtree Pub.: J. E. Smokey Crabtree, 1974 - Boyhood in the fishing area of Miller County; the filming of Legend of Boggy Creek, in 1971
- #295 - ULTIMA THULE STORE LEDGER: INDEX AND SOME NOTES - 1852 (formerly called ROCK CREEK) Indexed by Mary McCrory
- #296 - HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS: 1879 PERSONAL PROPERTY ASSESSMENTS, compiled by Arlene LaGrone, 1985
- #297 - HOT SPRINGS OBSERVATION TOOWER: DIAMOND JO RAILROAD and RESERVATION POLICE - Three articles by Nola Baber Green, 1984, 94p., 8 1/2 x 5 1/2
- #298 - LAFAYETTE COUNTY PROBATE RECORDS INDEX 1849-1900#299 JOURNAL OF THE HEMPSTEAD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Vol. IX, No. 1 - March 1985. Editor Mary Nell Turner. Hempstead County Seats of Justice 1819-1985 - Don Montgomery, Mary Medearis, and Mary Nell Turner, contributing authors
- #300 - HEMPSTEAD COUNTY INDEX TO THE 1890 TAX RECEIPTS RECORD BOOK. Indexed by Betty Duckett. Pub.: Hempstead County Genealogical Society, Hope, AR, 1985
- #301 - ARKANSAS IN THE WAR 1861-1865. Original edition, by General Marcus J. Wright. Published by the Independence County Historical Society, 1963. (identical to Pamphlet #243 - except for pagination- Arkansas in the War 1861-1865; original newspaper review with illustrations is in this pamphlet)104p., 6 x 9
- #302 - LITTLE HENRY, THE STOLEN CHILD. A Narrative of fact (taken from the Clark County kidnapping) - by the Late Rev. Timothy Flint. Boston: Pub., John Putnam, 1847. (copy) 143p., 8 1/2 x 11
- #303 - RUDIMENTS OF GRAPE CULTURE - Eakin, John R. Originally published in a series of articles in the WASHINGTON TELEGRAPH. Woodruff & Blocher, Printers, 1868, copy 81p., 8 1/2 x 11
- #304 - THE LIFE OF JOHN WESLEY HARDIN - From The Original Manuscript as Written by Himself. Pub: Smith & Moore, Seguin, TX 1896, paper back, (damaged cover)144p. 19 cm
- #305 - INGALLS HOME MAGAZINE, July 1899 Vol. II, No. 21 Home crafts for homemakers (women); Painting, parties, recipes, work for summer hours, Button-hole Stitch and some of its Uses in Decorative Embroidery; Wash Drawing, Lambrequens, Crazy Patchwork
- #306 - ARKANSAS TOWNSHIP ATLAS: A HISTORY OF THE MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS IN EACH ARKANSAS COUNTY - Russell Baker. Pub.: Arkansas Genealogical Society, 1984. Second printing, 1985. 212p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #307 - ST. LOUIS IRON MOUNTAIN & SOUTHERN RAILROAD CO. (Cairo & Fulton) Abstract of Title to lands in Blevins. 1892 - 1922
- #308 - LAFAYETTE COUNTY 1850 CENSUS INDEX (two copies) by Ardith Foster, 1972
- #309 - REDLAND TOWNSHIP: A HISTORY. Written by the McCaskill Junior High School, Eighth and Ninth Grades Collaborating. An Arkansas Centennial Project - April 1936, 52p 6 x 8 1/2 (original copy, damaged)
- #310 - FIRST BAPTISIT CHURCH OF BINGEN, ARKANSAS: HISTORY by Seaver, Glen, Jr. (copied from original pamphlet) 21p
- #311 - FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF NASHVILLE, ARKANSAS -1835-1985 22p 8 1/2 x 11
- #312 - THE ARKANSAS GRAND PRAIRIE - Desmarais, Ralph - Irving, Robert Sponsored by the Arkansas County Agricultural Museum - The Prairie Before the Settlers; Early Settlements on the Grand Prairie; Work and Recreation; Life with the Internal Combustion Engine; Contemporary Life on the Grand Prairie 36p., 8 1/2 x 10
- #313 - FIRE IN FOLDED ROCKS: Geology of Hot Springs National Park - Pub.: Eastern National Park & Monument Association 42p., 5 1/2 x 8
- #314 - TOMBSTONE ICONOGRAPHY (LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY) by Brown, Roberta. The Independence County CHRONICLE Vol. XXV - Oct 1983-Jan 1984, 18p 6 x 9
- #315 - HISTORICAL RECORDS OF ARKANSAS. Cutcliffe, Elizabeth, 1985. Historical Records Assessment and Reporting Project sponsored by the Arkansas Historical Records Advisory Board
- #316 - MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH: ONE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY October 25, 1959 Doddridge. copy 6p., 6 x 9
- #317 - MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH - BRIGHT STAR, AR (Church Histories as a Genealogical Source) - by Jay Williams, Atlanta, Georgia. Copied from church minutes for the period of 15 March 1856 to 20 July 1867 (copy)11p., 8 1/2 x 11
- #318 - COLUMBIA COUNTY REAL ESTATE and PROPERTY TAX LIST 1890 by Southwest Arkansas Genealogical Society (to replace an 1890 census index)
- #319 - OLD WASHINGTON HISTORIC STATE PARK MASTER PLAN February 1985 - Prepared by Witsell, Evans & Rasco, P. A. Architects and the staff of Arkansas State Parks 251p., 8 1/2 x 11
- #320 - NEVADA COUNTY 1892 REAL ESTATE TAX LIST IN LIEU OF THE 1890 FEDERAL CENSUS 118p., 8 1/2 x 11
- #321 - GOODSPEEDS HISTORICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIIRS OF SOUTHERN ARKANSAS. Index. By Mrs. Lister Presley
- #322 - PROCEEDINGS OF THE MOST WORSHIPFUL GRAND LODGE OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS - November 5, 6 and 7 A. D. 1866; Little Rock: Arkansas Gazette Print. 1866 266p. 6 x 9
- #323 - HEMPSTEAD COUNTY 1870 FEDERAL CENSUS INDEX SUPPLEMENT (copied from 1870 Real Estate Tax List) - By Dorothy and Maxine Sevedge 12p., 8 1/2 x 11
- #324 - HERBS FOR YOUR KITCHEN - Taylor's Herb Gardens, Inc. (Recipes) 32p. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
- #325 - GATE CITY MEDICAL COLLEGE, EIGHTH ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT (Formerly Medical Department of Sulphur Rock College) - Session 1905-1906 Texarkana, TX 21p 8 1/2 x 11
- #326 - ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTION OF STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN ARKANSAS. Henry M. Alexander - College of Arts & Sciences, Fayetteville, AR, 15 Jan. 1947 201p., 6 x 9
- #327 - OBITUARIES FROM THE NASHVILLE NEWS - 1984. Compiled by Don Sillavan
- #328 - (a) REMINISCENCES OF MARY CROWNOVER RABB, WIFE OF JOHN RABB (b) PIONEER WOMEN IN TEXAS...Annie Doom Pickrell, Mary Rabb's story told in 1875 Chapter: Story of Mary Crownover Rabb, 1970
- #329 - METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH SOUTH: JOURNAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE SIXTY-FIFTH SESSION OF THE LITTLE ROCK ANNUAL CONFERENCE. Hot Springs, AR, December 4-6, 1918, 98p., 6 x 9
- #330 - FUNDRAISING AND PROPOSAL WRITING (A GUIDE) - Independent Community Consultants, Inc., 1975,38p.,9 x 11
- #331 - INDEX TO SOURCES FOR ARKANSAS CEMETERY INSCRIPTIONS Compiled as a Bicentennial Project by The Prudence Hall Chapter, DAR, 1976, 55p., 8 1/2 x 11
- #332 - HISTORIC PLACES IN ARKANSAS - Compiled by Miss Clara B. Eno Second printing: April 1940, 114p., 6 x 9 1/2
- #333 - ONE-HUNDRED AND FIFTY YEARS OF ARKANSAS SAYINGS - A Dialect Study of Four Arkansas Counties - Raouf J. Halaby, 1985, (Draft for a book) Arkansas has played a significant role in transmitting Eastern and Allegheny dialects and lexical labels to the Southwestern Region of the country. Charts and maps
- #334 - PIONEER DAYS IN ARKANSAS - Chester, Samuel E., Copy of original booklet; 34 pgs.
- #335 - DEBUNKING HISTORY BOOKS - Shannon, Karr. Pioneer Press, Little Rock, AR, 1959. 128p., 5 x 8
- #336 - THE ARKANSAS WORKBOOK: A KID'S GUIDE TO ARKANSAS. Smith, Diann Sutherlin and Bess, JaNoel Lott. Intermediate Level. Illustrations, cartoons, puzzles, maps, games, mazes, with geographical and historical articles. 112p., 8 1/2 x 11
- #337 - ARKANSAS' GREAT SOUTHWEST: A Visitor's Guide Featuring: Camping, Fishing, Lodging, History, Attractions, Restaurants and Unsurpassed Scenic Beauty, Woods Brothers Agency, 39p., 6 x 9
- #338 - ARKANSAS AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES. ANNUAL REPORT OF THE FARM PLACEMENT BUREAU. Homer M. Adkins, Administrator. Little Rock, AR, 1951 52p 8 1/2 x 11
- #339 - HISTORIC AMERICANHIGHWAYS: PUBLIC ROADS OF THE PAST. Pub: American Association of State Highway Officials. Washington, D.C., 1953. Significant incidents in the development of highway transportation in colonial America and the United States during more than four centuries. Maps. Illustrations, 183p., 9 x 19
- #340 - PUBLIC ROADS OF THE PAST: 3500 B. C. TO 1800 A. D. Pub: American Association of State Highway Officials, Washington, D. C., The First Roadbuilders; The Highways of Middle America.
- #341 - FIFTY YEARS OF HIGHWAY PROGRESS: TWENTY-FIFTH BIENNIAL REPORT OF THE ARKANSAS STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION, 1961-1962 32p. 9 x 11 1/2
- #342 - INDEPENDENCE HALL SCHOOL: SOUVENIR OF CLASS OF 1909 (Howard County) Copy. R. H. Chandler, teacher. List of students. Illus.
- #343 - EARLY SKETCHES OF THE HISTORY OF CLARK COUNTY, AR. From the Diary of Dr. Willis S. Smith. Trials of horse-thieves in 1837; early settlements; names of the first settlers; early camp meetings; wild animals; salt-making.
- #344 - TEXAS GRAVEYARDS: A CULTURAL LEGACY. Jordan, Terry G. University of Texas Press, 1983. Chapters on 1) The Truth About Cemeteries; (2) Southern Folk Cemetery in Texas; (3) Traditional Southern Grave Markers; (4) The Mexican Graveyard in Texas; (5) The Texas German Graveyard. 148p. 7 x 10
- #345 - LASITER DIARY (GREEN LASITER, OF SHOVER SPRINGS) 1917 - Original diary in old Physician's Memorandum Book.VERY FRAGILE 365p., 4 x 5 1/2
- #346 - SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS TEACHER CENTER INFORMATION Everything You Wanted to Ask About Teacher Centers But Were Afraid to Ask, Illus., Bill Dempsey; Objectives for the proposal to operate a model project in a teacher Center for training of teachers for K-12 students in 1980 for six counties: Little River, Sevier, Howard, Hempstead, Miller and Lafayette 14p
- #347 - AN EXPLORER OF LOUISIANE: JEAN-BAPTISTE BENARD DE LA HARPE, 1683-1765 by Baron Marc de Villiers du Terrage. Translation by Sam Dickinson, 1983. Etter Printing Co. 46p 6 x 9 (Transferred to PAM #236)
- #348 - QUEEN WILHELMINA STATE PARK - Brochure 3 1/2 x 8 1/2
- #349 - MILLWOOD: DAM AND RESERVOIR - Brochure 3 1/2 x 8 1/2
- #350 - OUR TOWN - THE STORY OF DELIGHT. Galloway, Bess, 1960 (copy of a booklet) 59p 8 1/2 x 11
- #351 - LITTLE RIVER COUNTY: CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BROCHURE. Illus.
- #352 - ARKANSAS BECOMES A STATE - Center for Arkansas Studies, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, AR, 1985. By Charles Bolton, Cal Ledbetter and Gerald Hanson. Events leading up to the achieving of Statehood by Arkansas. Appendix: the 1836 Arkansas Constitution, 80p., 10 x 6 1/2
- #353 - SEVIER COUNTY INDEX: 1890 CENSUS RECONSTRUCTED BY TAX RECORDS. Sesquicentennial Project of State History Commission. Compiled by Livita Lovell Long, Martha Johnston and Mary McCrory, 1986
- #354 - A MUSEUM OF EARLY AMERICAN TOOLS. Illus. And descriptions. Sloane, Eric. Ballantine Books, 1964; 107p., 5 1/2 x 8
- #355 - CADDO INDIAN POTTERY (PREHISTORY) Johnson, Sam., Caddo Press, 1981, 62p., 6 x 9
- #356 - KA-DO-HA INDIAN DISCOVERY AND THE KADOHADOCHO PEOPLE. Gray, Bill. Crews Specialty Printing Co. 14p., 6 x 9
- #357 - LEGACY IN CLAY: PREHISTORIC CERAMIC ART OF ARKANSAS. Westbrook, Kent C., 1982 ( Prehistoric Indians of Arkansas & their habitation) approx. 60p 8 1/2 x 11
- #358 - THE NOTORIOUS MR. MOSLEY: A COMEDY OF THE DAYS WHEN HORSE-STEALING WAS A CAPITAL OFFENSE. By Patrick Adcock and Larry Don Frost - A historical drama based upon the events surrounding the trial and pardon of John Mosley of Clark County, and the connection with the Wilson-Anthony killing of 1836 21p 8 1/2 x 11
- #359 - MASTER OF NONE - A Comedy of Sorts, In one Act. Adcock, Pat. Henderson University, 1980. Scene: the early 1870's, down in Arkansas. Cast: a schoolmaster, his friend of the same age (25), and ignorant tavern maid, and a threadbare Confederate cavalry office.
- #360 - ARKANSAS WEATHER THROUGH THE YEARS 1836-1986 National Weather Service, North Little Rock. Weather has played a continuing role in the history of Arkansas through the years. This booklet is an overview of significant events that have not been documented previously. 17p., 8 1/2 x 11
- #361 - PUBLIC LAND SURVEYS OF THE UNITED STATES. Based upon Public Statutes and Documents and on the Report Submitted to Congress in the Year 1784; by Thomas Jefferson. American Book Company, 1894 68p 5 x 7 (Returned to Charles Evans)
- #362 - PERSONAL DIARY OF BURGESS STANFORD ALFORD. Written in the year 1880. Spring Hill, Arkansas. Including expense account for 1880 and 1881; family genealogical sheets. Compiled by Harold Alford, 1986. Copy, 75p., 9 x 14
- #363 - HYATT CIVIL WAR LETTERS - Letters from Ben Hyatt, of Monticello, AR, to and from his brothers and sisters from 1860 through 1863. Battles of Fredericksburg, Richmond, Harpers Ferry. Other letters from college before the war.
- #364 - WARTIME DIARY OF ELEANOR RUSSEY GILLIAM. World War II, 1943. Eleanor Gilliam, of Lockesburg. Diary begins Jan. 1, 1943 and ends Dec. 26, Teaching at Henderson College in Arkadelphia, AR. - (Bound copy) 56p 8 1/2 x 11
- #365 - THE NEW AGE MAGAZINE: MASONIC PUBLICATION - April 1986; features Albert Pike. 62p 55 x 7 1/2
- #366 - THE ELEMENTARY SPELLING BOOK ca. 1890 BLUE BACK SPELLER by Noah Webster - Original 5 x 7
- #367 - A LIFE OF MR. GARLAND OF ARKANSAS - 1908. Newberry, Farrar. 107p. 5 x 7 1/2
- #368 - WHO OWNS THE PAST? Arkansas Times Magazine Dec. 1985. Caddo and Quapaw Indians. Discussion between archeologists and pot-hunters; by Bob Lancaster (with issue of magazine)
- #369 - JOURNAL OF THE HEMPSTEAD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Original draft - Winter 1985 - The Courthouses of Hempstead County by Medearis, Montgomery and Turner
- #370 - STUART (RUTH McENERY) - THREE BIOGRAPHICAL STUDIES A Biographical and Dialectical Study of Ruth McEnery Stuart by Kathryn Elkins Longmire, Baton Rouge, LA, 1935; Ruth McEnery Stuart in Dialect and Folklore, by Ophelia Stone, Columbia University, 1922; A Critical Biography of Ruth McEnery Stuart, by Ina Rebecca Howell, Chapel Hill, NC, 1945; (for limited use; with discretion)
- #371 - OFFICIAL LIST OF VOTERS OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS WHO HAVE PAID POLL TAX FOR THE YEAR 1961 116p 6 x 9
- #372 - OFFICIAL LIST OF VOTERS OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY WHO HAVE PAID POLL TAX FOR THE YEAR 1962 121p. 6 X 9
- #373 - ARKANSAS OIL AND BRINE MUSEUM GUIDEBOOK - For Phase I, Prepared by Arkansas Oil and Brine Museum Staff, 1985, 33p., 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
- #374 - (a) AN ACCOUNT OF A TRIP MADE BY CLINTON HARRIS MOORE IN 1839 FROM McNAIRY COUNTY, TENNESSEE, TO THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS. Copy, 34p,8 1/2 x 11; (b) LETTERS WRITTEN BY DEMPSEY MOORE TO HIS SON CLINTON HARRIS MOORE: 1849-1850, 4 letters - copies From Rose Creek, Tennessee
- #375 - LITTLE RIVER COUNTY, ARKANSAS: LIST OF TAXPAYERS IN 1890 A Sesquicentennial Project by the Little River Historical Society 64p 8 1/2 x 11
- #376 - COLUMBIA COUNTY, ARKANSAS: NINTH CENSUS OF THE U. S. 1870 AND 1870 MORTALITY SCHEDULE OF COLUMBIA COUNTY, ARKANSAS Published by South West Arkansas Genealogical Society. Magnolia, AR 1983, 111p., 81/2 x 11
- #377 - HOWARD COUNTY 1890 CENSUS - TAKEN FROM THE HOWARD COUNTY ASSESSMENT OF PERSONAL PROPERTY 1890, Compiled by Lucille Westbrook, 1986 (two copies - one in Research Room file)
- #378 - MARRIAGE BONDS OF UNION COUNTY, ARKANSAS 1875-1878 So-We-Ar Genealogical Society. Plus: THE INDEX FOR THE MARRIAGE RECORDS OF UN ION COUNTY ARKANSAS 1870-1875, Compiled by Lillian McGowen
- #379 - NEVADA COUNTY STATE PARK ASSOCIATION DEPOT MUSEUM NEWSLETTER. Nancy Russell, Editor. Vol. I, No. I, 2 pages
- #380 - SLAVERY IN HEMPSTEAD COUNTY by White, Dena. OBU Honors Paper, 1984 52p., 8 1/2 x 11
- #381 - LOG BUILDINGS IN THE WASHINGTON AREA OF SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS Brown, Sarah, 1986,127p., 8 1/2 x 11
- #382 - FESTIVAL BUILDING: A FRAMEWORK FOR ORGANIZERS Department of State Parks & Tourism, Little Rock, 1984; A booklet designed to help communities in organizing and producing festivals. 44., 6 x 9
- #383 - RURAL ARKANSAS IN THE '20's (1820) by Nancy Cooper Holman Quinn, p. 12 in The Arkansas Pioneer Journal, January 1913, Hempstead and Sevier County. The James Holman family (transferred to MsF #063 - V1-K1)
- #384 - EARLY TIMES - FROM THE UNPUBLISHED MANUSCRIPT OF REV. JAMES W. MOORE - No. 8 In the Arkansas Pioneer. October 1913. Original edition Desperate Bands Who Infested Arkansas In Its Youthful Days -- How a Child was Kidnapped From a Father Who Incurred Their Displeasure --- Providential Recovery After an Anxious Search of Several Years.(The Clark Kidnapping of 1825 in Hempstead County.)(transferred to MsF #063 - V1 - K1)
- #385 - FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF HOPE 1976 Bicentennial Year Church Directory.. Gerald Trussell, Pastor 36p 8 1/2 X 11
- #386 - HISTORY OF MOUNT HOLLY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Organized May 14, 1845. 75th Anniversary edition 43p 6 x 9
- #387 - DWELLING IN BEULAH LAND: DAVIDSON CAMP MEETING, 1884-1984, Rees, James A. Chapters: Camp Meeting - An American Institution; Camp Meetings in Southern Arkansas; Beulah Land; The Old-Time Religion; The Last Fifty Years. Bibliography and Appendix 63p 8 1/2 x 11
- #388 - RECOLLECTIONS OF SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS RESIDENTS: PRESERVING THE PAST. Also: THE WAY THINGS WERE. (book 2)Written by Nashville High School students; taped-history interviews sponsored By Lavell Cole at OBU, 28p., 8 1/2 x 11
- #389 - FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF HOME: LOOK, LOOK & LIVE CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION July 26, 27, 28, 1968 (Chronicle of first 100 Years.) 44p.8 1/2 x 11 (duplicate of PAM #043)
- #390 - ARKANSAS GENERAL ASSEMBLY 75th SESSION 1985-86 Pictures of all members of the Senate and House of Representatives, 20p 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
- #391 - LITERARY HISTORY OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY Amour, Joella Gold -Master's Thesis, East Texas State Teachers College, 1949 (Partial copy) Biographical chapters on Washington AR writers: Martha Carruth Robertson, Claud Garner, Kate Harris Holt, Elizabeth Eakin Compton, Charlean Moss Williams, Mary Eakin Dawson, William Etter, James W. Ellis, John Hughes Gold...
- #392 - HEMPSTEAD COUNTY HISTOY FROM WASHINGTON NEWSPAPERS. Montgomery, Don. Compiled from weekly column in THE HOPE EXPRESS. Nov. 1983 - July 1984
- #393 - DeSOTO IN ARKANSAS - Fordyce, John. With map The Route of the Expedition of Hernado De Soto Through the Southern States 1539-1543 From drawings of Jacobo Le Moyne In Arkansas Historical Review, Vol. I, No. 2 June 1934 Inscribed to J. R. Heiskell - compliments of John R. Fordyce
- #394 - THE DIARY: STORY OF EDGAR DENNY - A YOUNG MAN OF THE 1880's WHO FELL IN LOVE WITH PIKE COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Based on a diary, old letters, and incidents as told to his son, the author - Carleton E. Denny. 1986 44p 5 1/2 x 8
- #395 - ORIGINAL LAND ENTRIES FOR SALINE COUNTY, ARKANSAS: FROM U. S. GOOVERNMENT TRACT BOOKS, The Ancestor Shop, Fort Smith, AR, 1982, 66p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #396 - SWEET HOME METHODIST CHURCH IN PIKE COUNTY, ARKANSAS: REGISTER 1881-1964 COPY OF A LIST MADE IN 1986 26P 8 1/2 x 11
- #397 - POLK COUNTY MARRIAGES 1872-1900 INDEX Compiled-Typed-Printed by Shirley Gypsie Cannon 1986 Spiral binding 8 1/2 x 11
- #398 - POLK COUNTY PENSION RECORDS 1901-1904 POLK COUNTY TOMBSTONE RECORDS (belonged to a stone mason),with Index; MENA, ARKANSAS PHONE BOOK OF 1927 All in same book compiled by Shirley Gypsie Cannon, 1986 Spiral binding 8 1/2 x 11
- #399 - POLK COUNTY RECORD OF VOTERS 1892-1898 Compiled-Typed-Printed by Shirley Gypsie Cannon, 1986 58p 8 1/2 x 11
- #400 - POLK COUNTY 1890 CENSUS RECONSTRUCTED FROM 1888 REAL ESTATE TAX BOOK. Includes 1890 MARRIAGE RECORDS (1889-1895) Compiled by Wanda Tilley. 28p 8 1/2 x 11
- #401 - POLK COUNTY TRACT BOOKS INDEX (Only transactions of 1900 and before are included) - by Desmond Walls Allen, 1985 65p 8 1/2 x 11
- #402 - POLK COUNTY SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS 1918-1925; 1937 CONTRACTS: WITH LAND REDEMPTIONS 1918-1925 (Found in same ledger) - Maps of school districts Compiled and printed by Shirley Cannon, 1986 - Spiral binding, 35p 8 1/2 x 11
- #403 - SOME INFORMATION PERTAINING TO RUSHING MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH, CHIDESTER AND SURROUNDING COMMUNITY. Compiled by Blanche Rowe Whaley from personal interviews, writings of W. E. and W. G. Rushing. Goodspeed History of Southern Arkansas, Kenneth Spore History of First Methodist Church of Camden, church records. (typed copy) approx. 90p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #404 - SOUTHERN ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY DIAMOND JUBILEE 1904-1984 Pictorial history of the University 20p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #405 - STEAMBOATS ON THE OUACHITA RIVER 1819-1909 Pages from a scrapbook kept by Michael Edward Fahy who spent twenty-nine years in the steamboat traffic of the Mississippi, the Red, and Ouachita rivers 98p 8 1/2 x 11
- #406 - FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF MENA, ARKANSAS Service of Consecration 24 April 1983 6p 8 1/2 x 11
- #407 - FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF MENA, ARKANSAS 88 Years: A Brief History 1896 to 1984 12p 5 1/2 x 8
- #408 - ARKANSAS FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS HISTORY 1986 Compiled by Joanne Swafford. The story of Arkansas Federation of Woman's Clubs from the time of Organization in 1897. Approx. 100p 8 1/2 x 11
- #409 - ROCKY COMFORT HIGH SCHOOL CATALOGUE 1905-1906 Rocky Comfort (Foreman), Arkansas. Register of students, faculty members, brief history of the school, course of study. 20p 6 x 9
- #410 - THE FOREMAN HIGH SCHOOL GLEEMAN, JANUARY-FEBRUARY '11, Vol. I, No. II, poems, articles, personal news 20p 5 x 8
- #411 - THE LADIES BIRTHDAY ALMANAC 1933 (Thedford's Black-Draught and Cardui For Women: patent medicines) 34p 5 1/2 x 7 1/2
- #412 - HOW TO GROW FLOWERS AND SEEDS Rockford Farms, Rockford, IL, 1910 - Original Bookley 60p 3 1/2 x 5 1/2
- #413 - PERSISTENCE OF THE SPIRIT: THE BLACK EXPERIENCE IN ARKANSAS Edited by Tom Baskett, Jr., 1986. Resource Center of the Arkansas Endowment for the Humanities. (two copies) 50p 8 1/2 x 11
- #414 - THE MODEL LETTER WRITER: THE ART OF POLITE CORRESPONDENCE FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN - Containing a Complete Essay on Letter Writing; Also a Course on Interesting Letters on Business, Love, Courtship and Marriage S. Ogilvie Pub. Co., N. Y. 1897 149p. 4 1/2 7 (poor condition)
- #415 - POLK COUNTY, ARKANSAS 1860 CENSUS Comp. Georgia D. Helderlein 94p., 8 1/2 x 11
- #416 - MEMORIES OF THE PAST 1850 - 1973 by M. A. Cook. Memories of the Cook, McGrary, Locke, and Bizzelle families at Richmond and Lockesburg in Little River County. Approx. 115p
- #417 - MILWOOD LAKE BROCHURE Corps of Engineers. History of the area and description of services provided. Map 4x 9
- #418 - DIERKS DAM AND LAKE ARKANSAS BROCHURE 1975 US Army Engineer District, Tulsa Corps of Engineers, Description of the project 4 x 9
- #419 - OBITUARIES: NASHVILLE NEWS 1985 Compiled by Don Sillavan, 1985 116p 8 1/2 x 11
- #420 - OBITUARIES: NASHVILLE NEWS 1986 Compiled by Don Sillavan, 1986 103p 8 1/2 x 11
- #421 - PAINTER'S, GILDER'S, AND VARNISHER'S MANUAL. London, 1838, Reprinted by A. S. E. A. D. 1987. Historical Society of Early American Decoration, Albany, NY (copy) 207p
- #422 - JOURNAL OF THE HEMPSTEAD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. XI, Spring 1987. Civil War letters. Edited by Mary Nell Turner. Article by Don Montgomery. Part I of Hempstead County In The Civil War. 40p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #423 - METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, SOUTH: WASHINGTON CIRCUIT CHURCH REGISTER. A. Nov. 16, 1910 to June 1955; b. Dec. 5, 1918 to Jan. 3, 1960; c. Information on where deeds can be located for churches in Washington, Columbus, Ozan, Fulton, Water Creek. Two books, copies 10 x 14
- #424 - SWAMP FOX OF THE SULPHUR or LIFE AND TIMES OF CULLEN BAKER by T. U. Taylor. Written in 1932; With notes by Jessie Muriel Teel Cooter, great-great granddaughter of Cullen M. Baker, the most noted outlaw in the Northeast Texas and Southwest Arkansas area during the Reconstruction years following the Civil War. Copy, 90p. 6 x 14
- #425 - CENTENIAL HISTORY OF ARKANSAS METHODISM: A History of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, In the State of Arkansas 1815-1935. By James A. Anderson, D. D., L. L. D. Printed by L. B. White Printing CO., Benton, AR 1935. copy 462 p. 9 x 11
- #426 - UNION COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BROCHURE AND (B) MAP OF EL DORADO 1987
- #427 - MRS. MARY C. PATTERSON AND PATTY HILL SCHOOL A Historical Compilation by James M. Tennison, 1987. The Patty Hill School of Texarkana during the 1930's and 1940's was founded by the head of the school, Mrs. Mary Patterson. Oral-history assessments by former students, with photographs of students and programs and report cards. Approx. 100p 8 1/2 x 11
- #428 - EDITING OF HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS by G. Thomas Tanselle. Pub: Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, 1977 56p. 6 x 9
- #429 - ERIE CITY IRON WORKS: MANUFACTURERS OF ENGINES AND BOILERS. Catalogue I. Copyrighted 1897 The general adoption of electricity as a motive power and a means of lighting created a demand for machinery especially designed for electrical work. A line of engines built especially for this work.
- #430 - POLK COUNTY ARKANSAS GENEALOGY & HISTORY BOOKS IN PRINT Description & Price List 1987 Shirley Cannon 16p. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
- #431 - THE FORT INGLISH STORY Fort Inglish Society. Bonham, TX - Story of the Clear Creek Settlement in East Texas in 1817. Joseph English, and son Bailey English, notable in the settlements on the Red River and Bonham, Texas
- #432 - ARKANSAS STUDIES: NEWSLETTER OF UALR CENTER FOR ARKANSAS STUDIES Vol. I, No 1 - Fall 1986; Vol. I, No. 2 - Winter 1987
- #433 - CAMDEN HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATING CLASSES OF 1937, 1938 & 1939 50th, 49th, & 48th REUNION. June 4 -6, 1987, Camden (bound copy) approx. 50p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #434 - THE MAUD CRAWFORD STORY Arkansas Gazette Installment story by Beth Brickell, 1986 - The Most widely publicized unsolved mystery in Arkansas is the disappearance of Maud Crawford from her Camden home on Saturday night, March 2, 1957
- #435 - TALIMENA SCENIC DRIVE GUIDE. Arkansas - Oklahoma. Written by Aileen McWilliams, Lloyd Lane and Homer Johnston. Illus. by Faith Riley Skoog. Published by the Talimena Scenic Drive Interpretive Association with the Oklahoma Tourism and the Arkansas Tourism Departments, 1978.
- #436 - THE WRITE AGE: FIRST MAGAZINE OF WRITING THERAPY. Vol. 2, No. 1 Spring-Summer 1987. Editor Bonnie Langenham 63p. 7 x 8 1/2
- #437 - PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF U. S.: WOMEN'S AUXILIARY, SYNOD OF ARKANSAS. MINUTES OF ANNUAL MEETINGS. Twenty-first Annual Meeting, Texarkana, AR, Oct. 1932; a. Thirty-first Annual Meeting, Camden, AR, April 1935; b. Twenty-fifth Annual Meeting, Hope, AR, Nov. 1936
- #438 - ADKISSON (JOHN) ACCOUNT BOOK, 1851 Original record. Sale of farm produce (damaged) 4 x 7
- #439 - CHIDESTER, ARKANSAS: CITY ORDINANCES May 7th, 1906 through June 28, 1945 (copy) 40 sheets
- #440 - TEXARKANA COLLEGE: SIX DECADES OF ACHIEVEMENT Full Schedule 1987 39p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #441 - UNION COUNTY 1890 REAL ESTATE TAX RECORDS Copied by Ralph Oneal Waldon, 1986. (in binder) 8 1/2 x 11
- #442 - POLK COUNTY, ARKANSAS 1870 CENSUS Compiled and published by Georgia D. Helderlein
- #443 - ARKANSAS MARRIAGE RECORDS - Vol. I 1808 -1835 Compiled by James Logan Morgan, 1981. 92p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #444 - MILLER COUNTY PROBATE RECORDS 1823- 1838 Compiled by James Logan Morgan, 1981; 18p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #445 - FIRST SETTLERS OF RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS. By Gifford White; from the originals in the General Land Office in Austin, Texas. 1981 (Bound) 78p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #446 - OAK GROVE HIGH SCHOOL: 50th ANNIVERSARY 1936-1986 Souvenir Book. Nevada County Training School at Rosston, AR, 2 July 1987. 86p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #447 - PIKE COUNTY CENSUS OF 1890 RECONSTRUCTED FROM THE 1893 PIKE COUNTY TAX RECEIPT BOOK. Russell Baker (Bound) 8 1/2 x 11
- #448 - COLUMBIA COUNTY CENSUS 1860 Compiled by South West Arkansas Genealogical Society Members, Magnolia, AR, 71753. Includes map of townships of 1860; date created and description; other data includes listing of schools and churches and Mortality Schedule for the year ending June 1, 1860.
- #449 - MARRIAGE BONDS AND MINISTERS RETURNS OF UNION COUNTY, ARKANSAS 1829-1870 Compiled and published by Annie Laurie Spencer, 1962. 188p 8 1/2 x11
- #450 - LAFAYETTE COUNTY DEATH CERTIFICATES 1870-1921 (Copies of original documents)
- #451 - UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS LIBRARIES: NEWSLETTER BOOKS AND LETTERS - Vol. I, No. I, January 1987
- #452 - THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES: AN ARKANSAS GUIDE. Arkansas Historic Preservation Program Publication, Dec. 1986. 89p. 5 x 8 1/2
- #453 - PRESBYTERIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF THE SOUTHWEST: PROCEEDINGS OF THE IXth ANNUAL MEETING IN FEBRUARY 1987 See p. 11 - The Reverend Benjamin Chase, D. D. - Minister Extraordinaire - by Virginia Lobdell Jennings. Dr. Benjamin Chase, 1789-1870, distributed Bibles in Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas for the American Bible Company 136p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #454 - LAFAYETTE COUNTY CENSUS 1850 (Copy) 30p. 8 x 11 1/2
- #455 - I DISCOVER CALHOUN COUNTY by Wilma Humphreys-Newton Weekly column in The Calhoun Herald. 1959-1963 (Copy)
- #456 - ARKANSAS RESEARCH LODGE NO. 739: FREE & ACCEPTED MASONS. Vol. I, No. 2 - Report of Arkansas Research Lodge No. 739, including six papers that were prepared and delivered during the year of 1948. 54p. 6 x 9
- #457 - SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR: A COMDENSED RESUME 1898-1902 by A. D. W. Siebel. Presented by the Department of Arkansas United Spanish War Veterans 31p. 6 x 9
- #458 - RAYBURN'S OZARK GUIDE Seven Issues 1950-1957 Numbers 27, 30, 40, 47, 50, 51, 52 ; 51/2 x 8
- #459 - CYCLOPAEDIA OF USEFUL INFORMATION - Vol. IV, 1893 Recipes for use in every household. 4 x 9
- #460 - HOTEL DIRECTORY AND INFORMATION BOOK: APPELS' TOURIST GUIDE AND MAP CO.- 1928 Of Each Town and City of the Bankhead Highway and on Highway Numbers: Texas, No. 47; Louisiana, No. 8, 1, 38; Texas, No. 35. Hot Springs, AR to Houston, TX (Original) 12p. 5 x 7
- #461 - NINETEENTH CENTURY AMERICAN CLOTHING (NEW COLUMBIA) by Joseph Covals - Catalogue of ready made clothes
- #462 - ARKANSAS STUDIES - Newsletter of the UALR Center for Arkansas Studies
- #463 - CALEDONIA METHODIST CHURCH (MISSOURI) HISTORY by Mrs. Muriel Eva Furry Akers, 1967; a. Supplement to list of persons buried in the Methodist Cemetery at Caledonia 1810-1967; b. 1984 Supplement to History of Caledonia Church; c. Eighteenth Supplement - Cemetery Listing 1810-1986 5 1/2 x 7 1/2
- #464 - METHODISM IN BELLEVUE VALLEY (Missouri) by Adelia Breckenridge Moore, 1955. 38p. 6 x 9
- #465 - SOUTHERN LIVING MAGAZINE WITH STORY OF OLD WASHINGTON March, 1988
- #466 - FIRST READER: LANGUAGE EXERCISES Damaged original copy, 1889 - American Book Co. 4 x 7
- #467 - THE PULPIT AND THE PEW: METHODIST CHURCH IN SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS by Mary Zerelda Cannon (Mazie) - 1983; to commemorate the Bicentennial of the Methodist Episcopal Church in America 1784-1984; 85p.8 1/2 x 11
- #468 - AUNT ELLA'S COOKING RECIPES Published by the Washington Volunteer Fire Department Ladies'Auxiliary, 1983 - with article from Arkansas Times Magazine, Oct. 1983
- #469 - SOUTHWESTERN PROVING GROUNDS 1941- 1945 Journal of the Hempstead County Historical Society, 1986. Vol. X, Edited by Mary Nell Turner 87p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #470 - HEMPSTEAD COUNTY IN THE CIVIL WAR - 1861-1865 - Part I Journal of the Hempstead County Historical Society, Vol. XI, Spring 1987
- #471 - HEMPSTEAD COUNTY IN THE CIVIL WAR 1861- 1865 - Part II Journal of the Hempstead County Historical Society, Vol. XII, Spring 1988; 45p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #472 - ARKANSAS STATE PARKS 1988 Pamphlet of 33 pages listing the Arkansas State Park locations, services, cabins, etc. - Centerfold map of Arkansas' Six Physiographic Regions 33p. 6 x 8 1/2
- #473 - MAGNOLIA: RURAL ROUTE DIRECTORY, 1913. Compiled and published by Walker Smith & Co., Patrons of the Five Rural Routes leading out from Magnolia, AR (duplicate of PAM #79)
- #474 - PIKE COUNTY 1870 UNITED STATES CENSUS INDEX Compiled by Dorothy Partain and Andy Cooley
- #475 - ARKANSAS GAZETTE INDEX 1830 - 1839 By Shannon J. Henderson, 1978. 214p 8 1/2 x 11 (ARKANSAS GAZETTE indexes are now bound and located on the Arkansas shelf in the Reading Room)
- #476 - ARKANSAS GAZETTE INDEX 1840-1849 By Shannon J. Henderson, 1979 244p 8 1/2 x 11 (ARKANSAS GAZETTE indexes are now bound and located on the Arkansas shelf in the Reading Room)
- #477 - ARKANSAS GAZETTE INDEX 1850-1859 By Shannon J. Henderson, 1980 310p 8 1/2 x 11(ARKANSAS GAZETTE indexes are now bound and located on the Arkansas shelf in the Reading Room)
- #478 - ARKANSAS GAZETTE INDEX 1860-1869 By Shannon J. Henderson, 1981 295p 8 1/2 x 11 (ARKANSAS GAZETTE indexes are now bound and located on the Arkansas shelf in the Reading Room)
- #479 - ARKANSAS GAZETTE INDEX 1819 - 1829 Hard Cover By Shannon J. Henderson, 1978 133p 8 1/2 x 11 (ARKANSAS GAZETTE indexes are now bound and located on the Arkansas shelf in the Reading Room)
- #480 - AT HOME IN CONFEDERATE ARKANSAS: LETTERS TO AND FROM PULASKI COUNTIANS: 1861-1865 Edited by Ted R. Worley, 1955; Two facets of slavery are exhibited; the concern of planters with the threat of the enemy to valuable property and their anxiety to safeguard the health, comfort & welfare of their Negroes while hired out away from home to individuals or the Conf. Government; also: page 54: Daniel T. Witter letter to Wm Woodruff concerning a school for his daughter in Little Rock
- #481 - LETTERS OF HIRAM ABIFF WHITTINGTON: AN ARKANSAS PIONEER FROM MASSACHUSETTS - 1827-1834 Edited by Margaret Smith Ross. #3 in Bulletin Series published by the Pulaski County Historical Society, 1956. Living conditions in Arkansas; ill health among the people; dances; politics; bookshops; Little Rock and Hot Springs areas
- #482 - THE SHULER FIELD, ARKANSAS: AN HISTORICAL SUMMARY OF FIFTY YEARS OF OIL PRODUCTION 1937-1987 by John Ragsdale, Society of Petroleum Engineers, Miscellaneous Publication 20; 20p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #483 - PRIVATE LAND CLAIMS OF ALABAMA, ARKANSAS & FLORIDA by Fern Ainsworth, 1978. Pocket Index 32p. 3 1/2 x 11
- #484 - DAFFODIL CATALOGUE: GRANT E. MITSCH NOVELTY DAFFODILS. 1988; 28p. 8 1/1 x 11
- #485 - AMERICAN SOUTHERN ORCHARD PLANTING CO. - Brochure Developing in Southwestern Arkansas; Papershell Pecan Groves, Peach and Apple Orchards in Combination Planting; Horatio, Arkansas, Sevier County. Original pamphlet ca. 1920; 14p. 8 x 9 1/2
- #486 - ILLUSTRATED NEEDLEWORK & WOMAN'S WORLD OF NEW DESIGNS IN NEEDLEWORK. Vol. 2, No. 2, 1923. Two magazines designed & published by WOMAN'S WORLD, Chicago, 1923. Crochet & knitting, embroidery for children, women's fashions, novelties.
- #487 - LIKE NONE OTHER By Mary McGruide; photographs by Lucille Babcock, 1979. Contemporary poetic interpretation of the story of Mary and Joseph by an Arkansas author.
- #488 - WAX, MARIE: LEGACY'S TREASURES Exhibit Brochure, 1988; Pen and ink drawings of historic sites in Southwest Arkansas.
- #489 - LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF TWENTY-FOUR MINES IN SEVIER COUNTY, ARKANSAS Carruth. 1988. - Mines: Bellah, Davis, Copper King, New Discovery May, Bluff, Poor Boy, Antimony, Otto, Black Horse, Petty Prospect, Mickle, Werner, Davis, Hankins, DeQueen Lake, Story Creek, Stewart, Gillham Lake, Lutrell, Clark, Harrell, with Map 6p
- #490 - ANTIMONY DISTRICT OF SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS: SEVIER COUNTY. Arkansas Geological Commission Information Circular 24, by J. Michael Howard, 1979; with Geological Survey Map. 27p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #491 - GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION OF ARKANSAS CROPS & LIVESTOCK. University of Arkansas College of Agriculture. Nov. 1938 - Bulletin No. 367 Branch station in Hempstead County
- #492 - CAMDEN: HISTORIC PRESERVATION ALLIANCE OF ARKANSAS - EIGHTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE JOURNAL - 1988 Story of Camden; pictures of historic buildings. Journal 71/2 x 11
- #493 - JOHN GOULD FLETCHER AND SOUTHERN MODERNISM by Ben Johnson, Southern Arkansas University; Bound. 49p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #494 - HENDERSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE: NINTH CENSUS OF THE U. S. by Exie Johnson Green 183p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #495 - DUTCH OVEN COOKING by John G. Ragsdale. 2nd edition, 1988. History of the oven and recipes for use; 72p. 5 1/2 x 8
- #496 - ORPHAN TRAIN HERITAGE SOCIETY OF AMERICA Crossroads Newsletter Vol. 5 & Vol. 6. 1988 & 1989
- #497 - MENA NATURE CLUB 1988-1989 - Yearbook 36p 5 1/2 x 8
- #498 - HOTEL DIRECTORY & INFORMATION BOOK - FROM HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS TO HOUSTON, TEXAS. 1938 - (6 duplicate copies) 14p. 5 1/2 x 8
- #499 - PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH YEARLY MEETINGS: (8 Pamphlets) a. 4th Annual Meeting Woman's Missionary Union of Ouachita Presbytery, Hot Springs, AR, 1908; b. Women's Presbyterial Missionary Union, Little Rock, AR, April 1913; c. 6th Session Women's Presbyterial Missionary Union, Presbytery of Pine Bluff; held at Fordyce, AR, 1913; d.. 7th Annual Session Woman's Presbyterial Missionary Union of Pine Bluff, held at Warren, AR, 1914; e. Women's Presbyterial of Presbytery of Arkansas held at Walnut Ridge, AR, 1914; f. 10th meeting of Synodical Auxiliary of Arkansas, 1921; g. Year Book 1936-37 - Committee on Women's Work; Georgia; h. Year Book 1937-38-Women's Auxiliary; Georgia
- #500 - THE EMMA DUSENBERRY STORY - Arkansas Times Magazine - Nov. 1983 Sweet Emma by Robert Cochran The Ozark Singer by John Gould Fletcher
- #501 - THE JEWS IN ARKANSAS - Arkansas Times Magazine - Dec. 1983 by Carolyn LeMaster p. 44
- #502 - THE CAMPER'S GUIDE TO OUTDOOR COOKING: DUTCH OVEN COOKERY. John Ragsdale, 1989 170p. 5 1/2 x 8
- #503 - WARS AND RUMORS OF WARS: JOURNAL OF THE HEMPSTEAD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY - 1900-1920-1935-1942 Vol. XIII, Spring 1989; Ed.: Mary Nell Turner; 48p. 8 x 11
- #504 - UNCLAIMED MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES IN BOWIE COUNTY, TX 1891 -1942 Index - Bound copy 81/2 x 11
- #505 - ADVENTURE ARKANSAS: THE REALITIES AND THE POSSIBILITIES OF HERITAGE TOURISM A report by the Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas - Winthrop Rockefeller Grant - 1989; Washington and Hot Springs recommended as the two owns for development as tourist attractions Bound copy approx. 90p.
- #506 - HOUSE DETECTIVES !! ARCHITECTURE IN MILLER & LITTLE RIVER COUNTIES, ARKANSAS - 1880-1940 Researched and compiled by the Staff, Texarkana Museum, 1989, 32p 8 1/2 x 11
- #507 - MINUTES OF THE ARKANSAS MUSICAL CONVENTION - 1917 Malvern, AR, 11 August; Bingen, AR 14 July; Columbus, AR 15 April; Donaldson, 1 Sept.; Clark County at Trinity Church, Sept. 20p . 6 x 8 1/2
- #508 - HEMPSTEAD COUNTY UNITED STATES CENSUS INDEX OF 1860 Very Old Copy; (needs rebinding)
- #509 - WOMEN'S STUDIES: MANUSCRIPT RESOURCES Compiled by Andrea E. Cantrell, Special Collections of the University of Arkansas Libraries. Fayetteville, 1989 36p. 8 x 11
- #510 - UNION COUNTY: 1900 FEDERAL POPULATION CENSUS - Vol. 1. Garner-Boone-Cornie-Tubal-El Dorado-Franklin-Wilmington Townships; Prepared by members of Union County Genealogical Society, 1985-1986
- #511 - CRATER OF DIAMONDS: JEWEL OF ARKANSAS - A History with photographs by Bobbie Lou Hendrix, 1989; 40p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #512 - MEMPHIS, TENN., THE BLUFF CITY - Mistress of the Valley of the 'Lower River' Engelhardt series; American Cities, 1892; Original edition, (badly damaged) 165p. 6 1/2 x 10
- #513 - HISTORICAL RECORDS OF ARKANSAS - A Report of Arkansas' records and Archives including findings and recommendations - 1984-1985, Project Administrator: Elizabeth L. Cutcliffe; Approx. 100p. 81/2 x 11
- #514 - THE ARCHEOLOGY OF ANTEBELLUM WASHINGTON, ARKANSAS by Dr. Leslie C. Stewart-Abernathy - Arkansas Archeological Survey, 1989; A grant proposal submitted to the National Endowment for the Humanities
- #515 - ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF THE CANDLER LAKE, FULTON, AND TEMPLE REVETMENT AREAS, RED RIVER, ARKANSAS Prepared for U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg Unit Coastal Environments, Inc; Baton Rouge, LA, 1989, By David Kelley and Sally S. Victor, Vegetation, Fauna of the area; Regional Culture History from Paleo-Indian Period to 8000 B. C. History of Land Ownership and Use in the Great Bend Area of Red River.
- #516 - OUACHITA COUNTY, ARKANSAS. 1850 U. S. Census Compiled by Bobbie Jones McLane, 1987; 130p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #517 - LAFEYETTE COUNTY, ARKANSAS. 1860 U. S. Census Compiled by Bobbie J. McLane, 1985; 66p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #518 - POLK COUNTY TRACT BOOK INDEX Compiled by Desmond Walls Allen, 1985 70p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #519 - ARKANSAS' MEXICAN WAR SOLDIERS Compiled by Desmond W. Allen, 1988 - Roster of volunteers who served from Arkansas with brief abstractions of their service records. Historic events and sources of information available on the Mexican War of 1846-47
- #520 - MOUNT MORIAH CHURCH RECORDS: NEVADA COUNTY. Sunday School Roll only 1903-1904-1911 - History of Church Newspaper article. Copies
- #521 - IN OLD CALHOUN: BRIEF HISTORY OF ONE OF ARKANSAS' OLDEST COMMUNITIES. By Fletcher Chennault. (duplicate of #080)
- #522 - HANDBOOK OF CROCHET By Emma Chalmers Monroe, 1817; History of the art of crochet. Illustrated, 24p. 7 x 10
- #523 - PRISCILLA CROCHET BOOK: BEDSPREADS. Pub: The Priscilla Pub. Co., Boston, MA, 1914 (damaged cover) 48p 8 x 10 1/2
- #524 - PRISCILLA DRAWN WORK BOOK: WITH LESSONS AND STITCHES Ed., Mae Mahaffy, 1909 - Pub: Priscilla Pub. Co. (cover missing) 49p 8 x 10
- #525 - CLUNY LACE: COLLINGBOURNE'S NEW EASY METHOD WORKING WITH PILLOW AND SHUTTLE: ALSO WITH CROCHET HOOK Ed. Virginia Snow Studios, Book No. 18, 1917; 20p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #526 - ART NEEDWORK 1926 Frederick Herrschner, Inc. Chicago, IL (torn pages) 24p 8 x 11
- #527 - ART NEEDLEWORK AND SPECIALITIES: FALL AND WINTER 1934-35 Frederick Herrschner, Chicago, IL 37p. 8 x 11
- #528 - EVERYTHING FOR NEEDLECRAFTS: CROCHET IN COLOR... THE NEWEST THING IN HANDWORK, CATALOG 75, 1951-52; 40p. 7 x 10
- #529 - NEEDLECRAFT CATALOGUE 77 1953-1954 Herrschner, 40p. 7 x 10
- #530 - NEEDLECRLAFT: EMBROIDERY AND FANCYWORK Book of Materials. Catalogue no date, ca. 1935; Needlecraft Magazine
- #531 - ANEAS AFRICANUS by Harry Stillwell Edwards. J. W. Burke, Co., Macon, GA Story in fiction of a Black man named Eneas Africanus attempting to find his master after the Civil War; 40p. 5 x 6 1/2
- #532 - MORTALITY SCHEDULES OF ARKANSAS - 1850 Pub: McLane & Glazner, 1968 64p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #533 - MORTALITY SCHEDULES OF ARKANSAS - 1860 Pub: McLane & Glazner, 1974 108p 8 1/2 x 11
- #534 - MORTALITY SCHEDULES OF ARKANSAS - 1870 Pub: Glazner & McLane, 1989 98p 8 1/2 x 11
- #535 - MORTALITY SCHEDULES OF ARKANSAS - 1880 Pub: Glazner & McLane 261p 8 1/2 x 11
- #536 - L'HERITAGE: Journal of the St. Bernard Genealogical Society, LA, Vol. 11, No. 41, 42, 43, 44 - January, April, July and October 1988
- #537 - HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS CEMETERIES BOOK 1 AND BOOK 2 Including Bodcaw, Bois D'Arc, and part of DeRoan Townships; Published by the Hempstead County Genealogical Society, 1990 197p 8 1/2 x 11
- #538 - D. A. R.: ARKANSAS STATE SOCIETY DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. Yearbook 1988-1989; 157p. 6 x 9
- #539 - ORIGINAL LAND PURCHASERS, SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS, SINCE 1826, Book 1, Published by the Hempstead County Genealogical Society, 1990; 73p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #540 - BETHEL PRIMITIVE CHURCH CEMETERY & CRAIG CEMETERY Union County (1842 establishment for Bethel) (1878 establishment for Craig) 8 1/2 x 11
- #541 - HIGH ADVENTURE IN ARKANSAS' WILD WEST DAYS 1838-1842 -THE JOURNALS OF FRIEDRICH GERSTACKER By Robert Cockran. Arkansas Times Magazine, Dec. 1982 8 1/2 x 11
- #542 - THOMAS NUTTALL: 1819 ARKANSAS TRAVELER by Robert Cochran. Arkansas Times Magazine March 1982
- #543 - THE TRAGEDY OF DAVID O. DODD by James Lovel. Arkansas Times Magazine, March 1981
- #544 - YEAR OF DECISION - 1882; founding of THE AGRICULTURAL WHEEL. By Mel White. Arkansas Times Magazine, September 1981
- #545 - ARKANSAS' LINK WITH THE PAST: A STONE'S THROW THAT GOES BACK 250 MILLION YEARS. By Bill Terry. Arkansas Times Magazine, June 1981 Story of Clovis and Dalton points
- #546 - IRON HORSES, IRON MEN: THE LAST OF THE RED HOT LOGGERS By Kenneth L. Smith, Arkansas Times Magazine, Feb. 1981; Cutting virgin pine in the Ouachitas in 1930.
- #547 - THE MURREL GANG: ARKANSAS' GREAT OUTLAW AND HIS DESPERADO CLAN By Sam Dickinson. Arkansas Times Magazine, Oct. 1984
- #548 - A SKETCH OF WALTER SMILEY: THE MAN WHO TOOK SYSTEMATICS TO THE TOP SPEAKS OUT, By Bob Lancaster. Arkansas Times Magazine, August 1984
- #549 - THE UNCOMMON BODARK: The growth of Arkansas has lots of names, lots of uses, and a colorful history older than our state's; by C. Allan Brown. Arkansas Times Magazine, May 1986
- #550 - THE REAL LA SALLE. He was a daring French explorer who cooked up one of history's most ambitious imperialist schemes. He might have succeeded if he had been luckier, more likeable, and sane. By Bob Lancaster. Arkansas Times Magazine, April 1986
- #551 - THE FIRST 150 YEARS (Celebrating Our Sesquicentennial) Arkansas Time Magazine, June 1986
- #552 - FISHERS OF THE RED (Fishing on Red River, Miller County) by Robert Kerr. Arkansas Times Magazine, October 1986; VOICES FROM HELL (The collected stories of the Slave Narratives constitute a horrifying document of a brutal time, as remembered by the people who lived through it.) by Bob Lancaster. Arkansas Times Magazine, October 1986
- #553 - WHO OWNS THE PAST? Art and science struggle for stewardship of past treasures reated by lost Indian tribes by Mara Leveritt. Arkansas Times Magazine, December 1985; RANGERS OF THE WOODS: Arkansas' early hunters helped build our state. By Sam Dickinson. Arkansas Times Magazine, December 1985
- #554 - CAMDEN, ARKANSAS 1918 by Don Harrell. Arkansas Times Magazine, September 1985
- #555 - BLOOD ON THE MEADOWS Mountain Meadow Massacre) by Bob Lancaster. Arkansas Times Magazine. March 1984; HOPE'S MAD GENIUS - PAUL KLIPSCH By Laurie Berry. Arkansas Times Magazine. March 1984
- #556 - TO CAMDEN AND BACK: WAR AS A MUDDY HORROR by Bob Lancaster. Arkansas Times Magazine. April 1984
- #557 - THE QUAPAWS: SAGA OF A PARADISE LOST by Bob Lancaster. Arkansas Times Magazine. June 1984
- #558 - MALARIA'S MARK by Bob Lancaster. Arkansas Times Magazine. January 1988
- #559 - GOING HOME (Photographs of El Dorado) Photographs by Richard Leo Johnson and Charles R. Franklin. Text by C. D. Wright. Arkansas Times Magazine, July 1988
- #560 - FLIM FLAM DAYS IN OUACHITA COUNTY by Dee Brown. Arkansas Times Magazine, August 1983
- #561 - THE LATE, GREAT CRUSADE AGAINST HOOKWORM by Bob Lancaster. Arkansas Times Magazine, November 1985
- #562 - NIGHT WATCH (The UFO's keep showing up over Little River County, and stalwart observers keep scanning the evening sky for answers.) by Bob Lancaster. Arkansas Times Magazine, June 1988
- #563 - SUPERJAIL (Texarkana's Bi-State Justice Building) by Robert Kerr. Arkansas Times Magazine, March 1988; THE SECRET LIFE OF DOC MAYFIELD (Mena) by Harold Coogan. Arkansas Times Magazine, March 1988
- #564 - A STORY OF STALLIONS (Don and Judi Forbis, breeders of Arabian horses near Mena) by Mara Leveritt. Arkansas Times Magazine. September 1987
- #565 - THE SHORT, SPECTACULAR CAREER OF THE CSS ARKANSAS by Philip Alan Thompson. Arkansas Times Magazine. July 1987
- #566 - A SECRET SOLDIER IN THE COLD WAR (Gus Sawyer of Magnolia) by Robert Kerr. Arkansas Times Magazine. February 1987
- #567 - GOOD AND FAITHFUL SERVANTS (Churches in Old Washington) by Robert Kerr. Arkansas Times Magazine. October 1987
- #568 - COURT OF COMMON PLEAS AND CIRCUIT COURT: HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS TERRITORY 1819-1822; Transcribed by The Hempstead County Genealogical Society, Hope, AR 1990; 88p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #569 - OLD WASHINGTON: A SHOWPLACE OF ARKANSAS HISTORYby Mell White. Arkansas Times, Vol. 9, No. 10 - June 1983, p. 32
- #570 - WHO'D A THOUGHT IT: IMPROVISATION IN AFRICAN-AMERICAN QUILTMAKING. by Eli Leon - Book with traveling exhibit of quilts, several made by Southwest Arkansas residents. 87p. 9 x 11
- #571 - (1) ADVENTURE TALES OF ARKANSAS: A CARTOON HISTORY OF A SPIRITED PEOPLE Text: Fred Williams; Illustrations, Foy Lisenby and Jerry Poole. Signal Medial Corporation, 38p. 8 1/2 x 11; (2) ADVENTURE TALES OF ARKANSAS: A GUIDEBOOK FOR STUDENTS By Judy Potts, 62p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #572 - THE AMERICAN GUIDEBOOK (World War II) Sponsored by O. E. S. Chapter #241. DeQueen, AR, 1945. Brief biographies of American presidents. Rules on correspondence with soldiers during wartime. (B) SEVIER COUNTY HONOR ROLL (World War II) 1945 Copied by Mary McCrory from GUIDEBOOK.
- #573 - THE HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUBS Yearbook 1930, Union County, 4 X 7
- #574 - ARKANSAS STATEWIDE CULTURAL RESOURCES PLAN Prepared for Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism, 1990. 40p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #575 - ARKANSAS GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY SURNAME DIRECTORY. Published by Arkansas Genealogical Society, 1990; 176p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #576 - ABSTRACTS OF ARKANSAS REPORTS - January 1837 through January 1861 Compiled by Joan Thurman Taunton, 1988. 415p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #577 - GENEALOGIST'S GUIDE TO ARKANSAS COURTHOUSE RESEARCH by Jack D. Ruple, Sr., 1989; 48p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #578 - GEOLOGICAL TOUR OF OUACHITA FOOTHILLS Rural Arkansas Magazine. September 1990 - p. 8-9; Quartz crystals and Hatton Tuff strata
- #579 - YOU WERE THERE: TRUE EVENTS CIVIL WAR by Cleo Cecil. Fictionalized account of family stories of northeast Arkansas
- #580 - MINUTES OF THE TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION OF THE UNION BAPTIST ASSN. - Held with Bethany Church, Hempstead County, Arkansas, 1898; 15p. 6 x 8 1/2
- #581 - JOHN CAIN CHAPTER OF THE DAR - Yearbook 1942-1943, Hope, AR, 10p. 6 x 9
- #582 - IN THE SUPREME COURT OF ARKANSAS, W. O. Hays vs. J. R. Hays, Bush & Bush, Attorneys, 1935; 61p. 7 x 10
- #583 - IN THE SUPREME COURT OF ARKANSAS, W. O. Hays vs. Mrs. Pearl McGuirt, Lookadoo, Bush & Bush, Attnys., 1933; 31p. 7 x 10
- #584 - BUSH FAMILY DOCUMENTS, The Lincoln Kinsman, Fort Wayne, IN, 1938. 8p. 6 x 9
- #585 - CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS 1874- With all Amendments, 82p. 6 x 9
- #586 - SPECIAL INDEX OF THE ARTS OF THE 46TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF ARKANSAS, 1927. 62p. 6 x 9
- #587 - BIBLIOGRAPHY - Nell Bush Martindale Memorial Collection; 18p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #588 - FIELD NOTES- Newsletters of the Arkansas Archeological Society
Nos. 1979-164, 165, 166, 167, 169, 170; 1980-171; 1981-178; 226, 229-1989; 232, 233, 234, 237-1990; 238, 239-1991; 253, 254, 255, 256, 262, 276-1997; 299-2001, 313, 315-2003; 317, 318, 319-2004; 322, 323, 324, 325, 326-2005; 328, 329-2006; 342, 343, 344,345-2008 8 1/2 x 11 Acc. #4566
ALL MOVED TO PERIODICALS SHELF IN LIBRARY
- #589 - THE ARKANSAS ARCHEOLOGIST: Bulletin of the Arkansas Archeological Society Vol. 6, No. 1; Vol. 8, No. 1, 4; Vol. 12, No 2; Vol. 13, No. 1, 2, 3, 4; Vol. 21; Vol. 22; 81/2 x 11
- #590 - NINETY YEARS OF GRACE. Trinity Lutheran Church, Mena, AR, Missouri Synod, October 21, 1990. Published - 1990; includes two bulletins from Anniversary service. (original) 12p
- #591 - HISTORY OF THE COLUMBIA CONGREGATION OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH, COLUMBIA CO., AR 1873 - 1898; Photocopy, 81p. 8 1/2 x 14
- #592 - THE NATIONAL FARM JOURNAL - January 1934 Published by Wilmer Atkinson Co., Philadelphia, PA (original magazine)
- #593 - LINEAGE CHARTS AND FAMILY GROUP SHEETS, Vols. 1 & 2, Compiled and published by the Hempstead County Genealogical Society, Dec. 1990. Indexed.
- #594 - ROSE PLANTATION LEDGER, MINERAL SPRINGS, AR, Dated 1895. 24 pages of cash transactions. (copy)
- #595 - THE HISTORY OF LAYNESPORT, FIRST TOWN IN LITTLE RIVER COUNTY, ARKANSAS; Compiled by Donna K. Matteson, 1991. Bound, 42p.
- #596 - DEDICATION CEREMONY FOR NEVADA SCHOOL DISTRICT # 1 Dated 16 September 1988. Lists Contributors, Staff, Faculty, and 1989 Senior Class. Original Two-page folded
- #597 - THE MOUNTAIN SIGNAL, CADDO VALLEY ACADEMY February 1990, Vol. 1, No. 8, pages 4 and 20. History of academy by Dr. J. T. Barr; Picture on p. 4
- #598 - TEXARKANA TELEPHONE COMPANY EXCHANGE DIRECTORY August 1913; Original 42p. 5 x 9
- #599 - HILLSBORO'S SOLDIER-CITIZEN: HORATIO GATES PERRY WILLIAMS Compiled by Arthur R. and Robert B. Buckalew. Reprinted from The Arkansas Historical Quarterly. Vol. XXXI, No. 1, Spring 1972. Bound, 56p. 5 x 7
- #600 - BREWER'S COLLECTION OF NATIONAL SONGS AND HYMNS Published by the Orville Brewer Publishing Company, Chicago, IL, May 1, 1900. Bound 34p. 9 x 6
- #601 - WAR RATION BOOKS FROM WORLD WAR II Two books containing stamps published by the U. S. Printing Office, Issued to Ruth Taylor and Ambrose F. Hanegan. Original 4 x 5
- #602 - BALLMAN-CUMMINGS FURNITURE COMPANY CATALOG Located in Ft. Smith, AR, no date; Bound Original 10p. 6 x 10
- #603 - MANUSCRIPT TO THE UNFINISHED STORY OF NORTH HOWARD COUNTY Compiled by students of Umpire High School and Naida Tyndall, Copyright, 1982, by North Howard County Youth Group for Historical Research. (Several hand-written inserts) Original 311p.
- #604 - LETTERS FROM AN EARLY SETTLER OF TEXAS (Excerpt from a book compiled by Cara Caradelle, comprised of a introduction, table of contents, and a portion of the book which describes a trip from Nashville, TN to Long Prairie and Mound Prairie, Arkansas, in 1819, 1820.)
- #605 - THE DOMESTIC MONTHLY MAGAZINE , Vol. 28, Number 4, January 1888; news on fashions and accessories for women. Bound, no cover, some pages missing from back. Original
- #606 - GUIDE TO VITAL STATISTIC RECORDS IN ARKANSAS, CHURCH ARCHIVES An historical records survey arranged alphabetically by counties, listing records of birth, baptisms, marriages and deaths that are found in the Church communities in the state. 1930's and 1940's.
- #607 - THE ARKANSAS DELTA: A LANDSCAPE OF CHANGE Exhibit catalog of the history and experiences of the people of the Arkansas Delta; compiled by the Delta Cultural Center, Helena, AR, Oct. 1990. Bound Original 164p
- #608 - DR. THOMAS S. JACQUES HOUSE, circa 1870 Brochure gives details of architecture of house and a short biography of Dr. Jacques. 2 originals Tri-fold
- #609 - INVOICE OF LOTS IN THE PRESBYTERIAN BURIAL GROUND Copy of original record. Handwritten 8p.
- #610 - THE FAMILY OF JOHN DOCKERY Compiled by Charles Walthall, Magnolia, AR, 1992; family history and will of John Dockery, with photos. Original 5 x 7 booklet
- #611 - THE BATTLE OF POISON SPRINGS by Charles Walthall, Magnolia, AR, 1992; details the battle with text, photos, and maps. 2 Original copies 29p 5 x 7 booklet
- #612 - THE ARKANSAS EXPEDITION OF THE RED RIVER CAMPAIGN by Charles Walthall, Magnolia, AR, 1992; maps, photos, and text detail the Union's attempt to divide the Confederacy in 1864. 2 Original copies 5 x 7 booklet
- #613 - 33rd ARKANSAS INFANTRY REGIMENT Emphasis on Thomas Jefferson Clingan and Joseph Caddo Walthall and Other Family Members by Charles Walthall, Magnolia, AR, 1992; history of the 33rd with maps and photos; service records of T. J. Clingan. Original 5 x 7 booklet
- #614 - THE PURSUIT & BATTLE OF JENKINS' FERRY by Charles Walthall, Magnolia, AR, 1991; includes maps, photos, and battle details Original 5 x 7 booklet
- #615 - THE CONFEDERATES CONVERGE ON CAMDEN & THE BATTLE OF MARK'S MILL by Charles Walthall, Magnolia, AR, 1992; day-by-day details with maps and photos; Original 5 x 7 booklet
- #616 - THE BATTLE IS JOINED by Charles Walthall, Magnolia, AR, 1992; maps and details of the Battles of Prairie DeAnn, Moscow and Poison Springs, April 1864 Original booklet
- #617 - SOLDIERS OF THE CSA IN THE MAGNOLIA CITY CEMETERY by Charles Walthall, Magnolia, AR, 1992; names, maps of location of soldiers from the Spanish-American War through WWII. Original 5 x 7 booklet
- #618 - POISON SPRINGS STATE PARK by Charles Walthall, Magnolia, AR, 1990; details efforts to preserve Poison Springs Battlefield as a state park; includes history, maps and photos. Original 5 x 7 booklet
- #619 - THE GENERALS OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES IN THE ARKANSAS EXPEDITION OF THE RED RIVER CAMPAIGN by Charles Walthall, Magnolia, AR. 1992; biographies and photos of eighteen Confederate generals and nine Union generals involved in the Red River Campaign, 1864. Original 5 x 7 booklet
- #620 - THE OCCUPATION OF CAMDEN, APRIL 16-17, 1864 by Charles Walthall, Magnolia, AR, 1992; includes pictures, maps and newspaper articles that detail the overtaking of Camden by Union Forces in 1964. Original 5 x 7 booklet
- #621 - ROSIE THE RIVETER IN HOPE, ARKANSAS: A LOOK AT WOMEN'S WORLD WAR II EMPLOYMENT Research paper by Beth M. Whisenhunt, 1992, on the women's role in World War II Proving Ground effort; details on nationwide reaction to women in work force; 64 pages with interviews of local people who worked at the Proving Ground. Copy
- #622 - HOPE CHURCH OF CHRIST DIRECTORY, 1988 Brief history of the church; pictures, names and addresses of members; pictures by Olan Mills. Booklet 8 x 10
- #623 - EYEWITNESSES AT THE BATTLE OF FRANKLIN Compiled and edited by David R. Logsdon, 1991; details of the battle from soldiers and civilians; includes maps and pictures; indexed, bound. Original 81/2 x 11
- #624 - EYEWITNESSES AT THE BATTLE OF STONES RIVER Compiled and edited by David R. Logsdon, 1989; details of the battle from soldiers and civilians; with maps and pictures; indexed Original 82p 8 1/2 x 11
- #625 - HOPE CHURCH OF CHRIST DIRECTORY, 1982 Pictures, names and addresses of members. Booklet 7 x 9
- #626 - THE MUSCADINE VINE. Volume II, A collection of columns dating from 1983, about rural Scott County, Arkansas; compiled by Seth Thompson. Bound. Original 47p
- #627 - A PERSONAL STATEMENT: ARKANSAS WOMEN ARTISTS Catalog from the Arkansas exhibition which occupied the state gallery at the Museum in Washington, D. C. - March 24 - July 19, 1999992. Booklet- Original 40p. 9 x 12
- #628 - 16th ANNUAL WATERMELON FESTIVAL 1992 Newspaper magazine with history, events, and pictures; Two magazines 15 & 23p 12 x 15
- #629 - FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, NASHVILLE, ARKANSAS, DIRECTORY Pictures, brief history and 1978 membership roster; bound 20p. 9 x 11
- #630 - CELEBRATE TWO IN '92 - LITTLE RIVER COUNTY CELEBRATES 100 YEARS Histories of towns, schools, churches, businesses in Little River County. Published in 1992; bound 103p
- #631 - EXCERPTS FROM A COMMEMORATIVE HISTORY OF HOPE, ARKANSAS Published by The Hempstead County Historical Society, 1992; Index; bound. 48p
- #632 - THE GOAT CASTLE MURDER - The True Natchez Story that Shocked the World. Written by Sim C. Callon and Carolyn Vance Smith and published by the Plantation Publishing Company, Nachez, MS, 1985; donated by Charles Walthall, Magnolia, AR; index, 68p.
- #633 - RESEARCHERS AND THEIR SEVIER COUNTY STORIES 1989 and 1990 Contests of the John McCrory Historical Research Contest. Bound 125p
- #634 - LOG & TALLY - Centennial Edition, 1892-1992 A history of the International Order of Hoo-Hoo, the Fraternal Order of the Forest Products Industry. Written by Billy Tarpley. Bound 98p
- #635 - INDEX TO WASHINGTON CIRCUIT METHODIST CHURCH. Compiled by Arlene LaGrone, November, 1992; lists of Churches, minister and members (earliest 1910). Bound 19p
- #636 - VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI. National Park Service Historical Handbook Series #21; Civil War History and Guide 60p
- #637 - INDELIBLE FOOTPRINTS Origin, History, and Folklore of North Little Rock - A collection of newspaper columns published in The Times, 1974
- #638 - SAM HOUSTON: THE LIFE AND LOVES OF AN EMPIRE BUILDER. Booklet written by Walter Scott McNutt, Ph. D.; Resident President of Four State Co-operative University of Jefferson Texas.
- #639 - FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF NASHVILLE, ARKANSAS 1835-1985 Sesquicentennial Celebration includes history of the church, pictures and biographies;bound 24p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #640 - LIGHT IN A DARK CORNER A Story of the Origins of the Huttig Operations reproduced from the American Lumberman, Jan. 28, 1905 issue, pages 51-82; details lumber industry in Union County, Arkansas. Copy, 32p.
- #641 - FIRST GOLDEN PINE - 50th Anniversary, Huttig Mill in Union County, Arkansas. Copy given by George W. Pyle, Cross City, Florida. Copy, 20p.
- #642 - CIVIL WAR CHRONICLES COLLECTORS EDITION - Fall 1992, Vol. 2, Number 2; articles on Prison Camps and the Battle of Bull Run. Bound, 8 1/2 x 11
- #643 - THE FAUBUS YEARS, JANUARY 11, 1955 TO JANUARY 10, 1967. Progress and Improvement and Little Rock Central High School Crisis; Introduction by Orval E. Faubus; Bound booklet, published by Etter Printers. 27p 9 x 6
- #644 - CIVIL WAR RECORD OF PRIVATE JAMES M. BRISTOW: Arkansas 14th Infantry Regiment, Company B; Jones' Arkansas 20th Regiment, Company A, 1861-1865, CSA; Bound 8 1/2 x 11
- #645 - 125th ANNIVERSARY, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, HOPE, ARKANSAS, 1993 Traces church's history and gives biographies of pastors; includes pictures and index; Bound 8 1/2 x 11
- #646 - HOPE WRITERS/STORYTELLERS - Summer 1993, Sponsored by the Southwest Arkansas Arts Council. Poetry and short stories from nineteen local writers. Spiral bound. 8 1/2 x 11
- #647 - DEAR ANN Transcribed and compiled by Mary C. McCrory. Collection of letters dating from 1846 saved from Lockesburg fire. Given in memory of Geraline Beshear by Sevier Co. Historical Society. Bound 128p 8 1/2 x 11
- #648 - THE CARL WOLF LETTERS Collection of letters from Wolf to J. R. McKinley, Editor of The DeQueen Bee Regarding Sevier County area families and history, bound, 68p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #649 - THE CIVIL WAR IN THE WESTERN CHOCTAW NATION Written and edited by Raymond L. Holcomb, 1990. First in a series of Aroka County, OK, History. Bound. 94p
- #650 - MEET THE PRIMITIVE, 1993 RENDEZVOUS. Program, report and photographs of the 1993 meeting in Old Washington, AR., 2 spiral-bounds books; 2 flyers; 1 Muzzle Blasts magazine, and 1 Black Powder Times newspaper.
- #651 - AMERICAN HERITAGE MAGAZINE, March 1990, A special issue featuring articles about Chancellorville, Chicamauga, Civil War Generals; First portrait of Abraham Lincoln, 1856 - other articles
- #652 - THE OK CEMENTER, SARATOGA SCHOOLS, May 8, 1931. Original yearbook for the year 1931; includes names of all students, various pictures of staff and students and ads of local businesses. Bound in green cover; 8 1/2 x 11
- #653 - FORT SMITH HISTORICAL SOCIETY, INC. September, 1989 issue of the society's historical journal with description of development of the Cherokee Alphabet with pictorial illustration - Booklet
- #654 - INDIGENT SOLDIERS OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY ARKANSAS, 1862. Compiled by Charlene Etter and Arlene LaGrone for SARA, 1983. Bound 12p
- #655 - THE TIMES OF DANIEL E. ALEXANDER Prepared by Percy D. Alexander, April 1994 for a family reunion; written in first person. Bound 13p
- #656 - BATTLE OF HELENA Published by Phillips County Historical Society, 1983. Bound. Original 23p
- #657 - REBELS' HELL - LITTLE ROCK'S YANKEE PRISON 1863-1865. By Kay Waters Sakaris; Southern Pioneer Press, 1993; a general register of prisoners. Bound 145p
- #658 - CHANTS BY CHANCE (poems) By Gene Hatfield; autographed copy; poetry and pictures. Bound 5 x 7
- #659 - REMNANTS AND FETISHES OF PLEASANT PLUNDER By Gene Hatfield; autographed copy of an installation by Gene Hatfield at Snow Fine Arts Gallery, University of Central Arkansas, July 27-August 18, 1987 Bound - 16p
- #660 - CLARK COUNTY, ARKANSAS, ARKADELPHIA AND ENVIRONS. A Journal by James A. Fortson, recorded 1875-1897; Transcribed and edited by Linda Shaddock Rogers, 1991.. Indexed, bound. 45p 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
- #661 - BLAKE - MORRIS FAMILIES 1656 - 1994; Samuel Parsons Blake Family and descendants; Origin - South Carolina; Willie Eldoris Morris and descendants; Origin - Tennessee; Bound 26p 9 1/2 x 12
- #662 - REMOVAL Extracts from original records and newspapers about the removal of Choctaw, Cherokee and Quapaw Indian Tribes. Copied by Pat Dale, DeQueen, AR. Bound 36p
- #663 - JUST A BOOK Reminiscent of Changes in Customs, Interesting Trials, and other events. By Hal Norwood, Former Attorney General of Arkansas, 1938; copied by Pat Dale, DeQueen, AR. Bound, copy. 92p
- #664 - RESEARCHING AND WRITING TRIBAL HISTORIES by Duane Kendall Hale, published by Michigan Indian Press, 1991; bound - Original 83p 8 1/2 x 11
- #665 - MEMOIRS BY LE CHEVALIER D'ANNEMOURS Translated and annotated by Samuel Dorris Dickinson; published by Clark County Historical Association and the Institute for Regional Studies, Ouachita Baptist University, 1994;Bound-Original 92p 8 1/2 x 11
- #666 - JAMES BOWIE AND THE SANDBAR FIGHT By James L. Batson; published by Batson Engineering and Metalworks, Madison, AL Bound - Original 88p 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
- #667 - THEN & NOW, A GUIDE TO HISTORICAL UNION COUNTY By George Arnold and Shea Hutchens Wilson; published by the El Dorado News-Times, 1994; spiral; 99p. 8 1/2 x 11
- #668 - SOME IMMIGRANTS SETTLED IN ARKANSAS. Compiled from 1910 Arkansas Census of 13 counties by James and Lillian Hart, 1983; indexed, bound 37p
- #669 - GUIDE TO THE NON-PUBLIC RECORDS OF THE LOUISIANA STATE ARCHIVES General guide for the Archives which includes accession number, collection title, description, format, quantity and a cross reference for easy retrieval
- #670 - THE CIVIL WAR IN OUACHITA COUNTY Compilation of pictures, maps and newspaper accounts with excerpts from Kellam Diaries; by Boyd W. Johnson, no date; spiral bound copy 8 1/2 x 11
- #671 - ABSTRACT DEED TO PARTS OF BLOCKS ONE, TWO, THREE AND FOUR IN WASHINGTON - 1974. Includes plat of Block 33 - booklet
- #672 - THE MIDWEST MOTORIST, Vol. 61, #3 - March-April 1989 Re-enacting the Battles of the Civil War, by Carolyn Thorton and Allan Nation, with photos; includes Pea Ridge, AR and Champion Hill, MS
- #673 - DIRECTORY OF ARKANSAS PHYSICIANS - 1886 Compiled by Patsy R. Page, 1996; lists name, Post Office, County and State as well as type of practice. Spiral 8 1/2 x 11
- #674 - BUILDING A BETTER TOMORROW: The Farm Security Administration in Arkansas during the Great Depression. (2 booklets) 8 1/2 x 11
- #675 - WILLISVILLE CEMETERY OBITUARIES Collection of obituaries composed for persons in Willisville Cemetery, Nevada County; also includes more recent newspaper obituaries, not necessarily of Willlisville Cemetery; donated copy by Audrey Fore, Willisville, AR - Bound copy
- #676 - GENEALOGY OF MICHAELWOMACK, THE PIONEER ARKANSAS WHO NAMED NASHVILLE, ARKANSAS Compiled by Miss Virginia Buxton, Howard County Historian, 1958; Bound booklet - Moved from Library File 4/3/97
- #677 - VIRGINIA CASSIDY, CLINTON, KELLY Newspaper and magazine articles written about her life and death, her years as a parent to William Jefferson Clinton
- #678 - PIONEERS FROM MILLER/HEMPSTEAD, MEN IN SW ARKANSAS List of early pioneers to Southwest Arkansas, in 1830 Miller County Census; list of members of Wavell's Colony copied from Skip Steely's Forty-Seven Years. 12p
- #679 - INTERNATIONAL PAPER POCKET GUIDE TO TREES A field guide to enable one to identify almost all trees indigenous to North America; 400 species are illustrated and other species and varieties are mentioned 215p
- #680 - THE LONG SHADOW OF SLAVERY Three articles in December 1997 Newsweek Magazine about the history of slavery, a question and answer format about America's involvement, the legacy of slavery and a review of the movie Amistad a slave ship and tragic aftermath. 10p
- #681 - THE WAY IT WAS IN 1924 AS RECORDED IN THE PIKE COUNTY TRIBUNE News items and other material which includes items sent in by various correspondents from Delight communities that were printed in the local paper during the year 157p
- #682 - MISSOURI HISTORICAL REVIEW Published by the State Historical Society of Missouri, July 1995; article on William M. McPheeters, Confederate Surgeon, pp 384-405. Bound Original
- #683 - OBSERVATIONS OF ARKANSAS: THE EARLY 1824-1863 LETTERS OF HIRAM ABIFF WHITTINGTON Letters with information about early Arkansas, descriptions of pioneer life, covering a period of great historical interest and value
- #684 - HOPE, ARKANSAS: 1998 BUSINESSES, INDUSTRIES, EDUCATION, MIGRANT CENTER AND CARTOON MAP Hope Star supplement listing and picturing a directory of Hope, Arkansas (newspaper)
- #685 - STATE LIST OF POST OFFICES FROM THE UNITED STATES OFFICIAL POSTAL GUIDE Published by the Washington Government Printing Office, 1926 - bound Original 6 x 9
- #686 - GAP SPRINGS TOWNSHIP A collection of stories reflecting the early history of Shady, Arkansas in Gap Spring Township of Polk County; includes pictures; by Grady Lawrence, 1997; bound 5 x 7
- #687 - THE EAGLE 1932-1966, SCHOOL REUNIONS 1991-1994-1996 Clow Training School, Ozan, Arkansas, History and speeches by Dr. W. Ray White, given at the reunions. Bound in report covers - 2 copies
- #688 - TWELFTH MICHIGAN INFANTRY ROLLS, 1861-1865 Compiled by Tom Sisolak, October, 1998; a list of al companies, their officers and sates of their musters; bound in soft cover. Copy.
- #689 - LEGACY OF A ROBBERY ON THE IRON MOUNTAIN RAILROAD Written by Joe Wreford Hipp, 1996; Renegade Press; details of train robbery in Olyphant, Arkansas, in 1893; 6 x 9 soft cover. Original copy.
- #690 - OUR FIFTY YEAR HISTORY, PENCIL BLUFF, ARKANSAS 1949-1999 Includes history of Pencil Bluff, personal interviews, community and church history, photos and memorials; 94 pages, 8 1/2 x 11, bound.
- #691 - PINE LOGS AND AMBER GLASS Tales of Quaint, Old Arkansas Country Churches and the Folks That Built Them By Patrick Dunahoo; published privately, 1999; includes a chapter on Hempstead County, Columbus
- #692 - OAKLAND CEMETERY, CAMDEN, ARKANSAS Published by The committee to Restore Camden's Oakland Cemetery; pictures and history of specific markers; 8 1/2 x 11 spiral bound, 25 pages. original
- #693 - RESTORING A COLUMBIA COUNTY ICON A historical special edition of The Banner News, March 23, 2000; chronicles the courthouse fire of February, 1999, and the restoration project; 8 pages original newsprint.
- #694 - GRAVE CONCERNS A Preservation Manual for Historic Cemeteries in Arkansas Researched by Tammie Trippe-Dillon and published by Arkansas Historic Preservation Program Little Rock, AR 72201; 8 1/2 x 11 soft cover bound.
- #695 - BRIGHT STAR SUNDAY SCHOOL CHURCH RECORDS, 1910-1918 Sunday School record of officers, teachers, treasurer's accounts, literature purchased, quarterly and annual reports. 8 1/2 x 11, copy of original.
- #696 - A STROLL DOWN MEMORY LANE-LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL August 4-6, 2000, Washington, Arkansas; Pictures of staff, alumni, athletic teams and clubs from prior yearbooks. 8 1/2 x 11 spiral bound, 54 pages.
- #697 - THE CARL WORK LETTERS Transcribed by June King; letter th J. R. McKinley, dated in the 1950s and 1960s; 67 pages, bound.
- #698 - THE BETTER ANGELS-WHY ARE WE STILL FIGHTING OVER WHO WAS RIGHT AND WHO WAS WRONG IN THE CIVIL WAR Article with pictures in the U.S. News and World Report, September 30, 2002
- #699 - IN OLD CALHOUN: Brief History of One of Arkansas' Oldest Communities
By Fletcher Chenault; (see original copy PAM #080, dated 1930) updated copies donated bay Kay Couch Lopez; 37 pages, 5 1/2 x 5 1/2 2 copies.
- #700 - THE FLEETWOOD TESTIMONIES The transcribed testimonies of the Fleetwood family and their claim to Cherokee citizenship; by Jennifer Cain Sparks, Manard Bayou Publications, 2001; 8 1/2 x 11 soft bound.
- #701 - BLACK TIE-WHITE TIE Chronicle of an American Family 1739-1940 Lyle E. Gibson, author, Kansas City, KS: Cushani Publishing, Inc., 2003. 168 pgs, charts, illus., afterword, appendices, biblio, in
- #702 - A HISTORY OF BRADLEY METHODIST CHURCH By Aletha Barker Hamiter; small booklet detailing the history of the church in Lafayette County, Arkansas; 10 pages. copy
- #703 - A HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF OUACHITA, DALLAS COUNTY, ARKANSAS By Gerald G. Keith; copies of pictures and documents from Ouachita; 52 pages.
- #704 - PARNELL-TUCKER FEUD- A Truthful Account A reprint of the account published by Ed S. Parnell in 1902; includes court records and pictures; 161 pages, 5 x 8 ; softbound
- #705 - OUR TOWN- THE STORY OF DELIGHT Written by Bess Galloway in 1960, reprinted in 1999; a thorough history of the town, no index; 78 pages, 5 x 8 ; softbound.
- #706 - THE WAY IT WAS IN 1924 as recorded in the Pike County Tribune Edited by Flanoy Alexander, 1997; excerpts from the Pike County Tribune arranged chronologically; no index; 5 x 8, softbound.
- #707 - A THOROUGH HISTORY OF GENUINE DIAMONDS IN ARKANSAS Written by Glenn W. Worthington; a thorough history of the diamond mine in Murfreesboro, Arkansas.
- #708 - THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF THURSTON ALBERT HULSEY
Depicted in newspaper articles and pictures and spiral bound; 21 pages. Acc. #6616
- #709 - REMEMBERING, REFLECTING, REDEDICATING, LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL WIDE REUNION 2004
History of reunions and events at the school in Hempstead County, AR; many photographs; 51 pages. Acc. # 6563.
- #710 - OLD WASHINGTON HISTORIC STATE PARK
AT HOME IN ARKANSAS
Article by Jay Harrod with many color photographs describing the park and its buildings. Pages 24-29 can be copied on 6 pages. Acc. #6615.
- #711 - HISTORY OF NORTHWEST LITTLE RIVER COUNTY
By Kenneth Klitz65 pages. Acc. #6573.
- #712 - HOWARD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL, TOLLETTE, ARKANSAS
YEARBOOK, 1968, THE TIGER
Copy of the original book in possession of Dorcas May, Mineral Springs, AR; 54 pages. Acc. #6535.
- #713 - SLAVES TO CHRIST: METHODISM AND SLAVERY IN ARKANSAS
compiled by Josh Williams, a thesis presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree Master of Arts in History. May, 2004. 103 pages; Acc. #6564.
- #714 - GROWING UP IN COSSATOT COUNTRY WITH IRA AND LAURA STEWART
by Elva Stewart Williams. 20 page booklet self-printed with copies of photographs. Duckett Community in far west Howard County in the Duckett Community.
- #715 - LAMB TALES ANECDOTES AND STORIES OF Pike County, Arkansas
Stories told by Barden W. Lamb to Gaylon W. Lamb. Contains pictures and family information. Bound 5 x 7 109 pages Acc. 6671
- #716 - HOPE CITY DIRECTORY 1927
10 pages, Acc. 6704
- #717 - SEVIER COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM PAMPHLETS
Pamphlets for distribution, one newspaper clipping, 5 pages to copy. Acc. 6710.
- #718 - INDUSTRIAL ARKANSAS A DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURES 1921
Lists statistics, employment figures, factories and major resources in Arkansas; indexed, 215 pages. Acc. 6736.
- #719 - OFFICIALS OF PRESCOTT NEVADA COUNTY ARKANSAS
Compiled by R. P. Hamby, 1950. 12 pages to copy. Acc. 6697.
- #720 - STONE POINTS AND TOOLS OF NORTHWESTERN LOUISIANA
By Clarence H. Webb, 2000, printed by Louisiana Archaeological Society. 21 pages, Acc. 6733.
- #721 - CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ARCHEOLOGY OF THE GREAT BEND REGION AAS Research Series 22
Edited by Frank Schambach and Frank Rackerby. 1982 publication. Early Caddo occupation of the Red River in southwest Arkansas. 149 pages. Acc. 6700.
- #722 - ARKANSAS ARCHEOLOGICAL SURVEY ANNUAL REPORT 1988
Edited by Hester A. Davis. 194 pages; Acc. 6701
- #723 - THE ARKANSAS ARCHAEOLOGIST - BULLETIN OF ARKANSAS ARCHEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Volumes 23 through 28, 1982 through 1987, Acc. 6702 a, b, c.; Volume 31, 1990, Acc. #4566.
- #724 - HISTORIC RAILROAD DEPOTS OF ARKANSAS
Researched and written by William D. Baker, published by Arkansas Historic Preservation; 27 pages, no pictures. Acc. 6741.
- #725 - HISTORIC SKETCHES BY DAVID ANDERS
Autobiographical narrative of Mr. Anders, born 1813; published by “People’s Cause” Print in 1897. Deals with southwest Arkansas, northeast Texas and southeast Oklahoma. Twelve pages, Acc. #6763.
- #726 - CYRUS BYINGTON LETTERS
Missionary to the Choctaws 1821 to his death in 1868. Letters date from 1819 to 1861. Research copy from Special Collections of University of Arkansas Libraries, Fayetteville. 125 pages. Acc. #6663
- #727 - THE AMATEUR ARCHEOLOGIST
Volume 12, #1, 2006 Arkansas/Missouri; published by American Society of Amateur Archeologists. 116 pages. Acc. #6760
- #728 - MEMORIES OF SUTTON
Narrative by the Andres family of the people and events of Sutton, Nevada County, Arkansas; 115 pages, downloaded from website: www.tibbit.com.
- #729 - THE ARKANSAS ARCHEOLOGIST
Volume 44 for 2003, Volume 45 for 2004, published by the Arkansas Archeological Society. Acc. #6765 and 6771.
- #730 - BLEVINS HIGH SCHOOL CATALOGS
1914-1918 AND 1919-1921
Lists courses of study, textbooks for each class and local business ads; five catalogs; Acc. #6759
- #731 - AMERICAN ARCHEOLOGY
Volume 4, No. 3, Fall 2000. Article: DNA Research: Archeology’s New Frontier; Article: LaSalle, LaBelle and the Lone Star State. Acc. #6768
- #732 - ELEVEN MONTHS OF EXILE LIFE IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
Diary and writings of Rev. Littleberry Deaton of Tennessee telling his experiences during the Civil War. 231 pages, bound. Acc. #6769
- #733 - LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL 1864-1990
4TH Bi-Annual All Class Reunion June 30, - July 2, 2006
Program, pictures, letters and various memorabilia. 32 pages. Acc #6767
- #734 - WILLIE WATERMELON FROM A PLACE CALLED HOPE
Children's book by Jo Ann Burke, illustrations by Larry Walker and Jo Ann Burke, 1994; Acc. #6770.
- #735 - WELCOME TO HOPE ARKANSAS AND THE 1980 WATERMELON FESTIVAL
Booklet detailing the events for the Festival, with pictures from past festivals. Published by the Hope-Hempstead Chamber of Commerce, 1980. Acc. #7474
- #736 - FIELD NOTES-NEWSLETTER OF THE ARKANSAS ARCHEOLOGY SOCIETY
Beginning with 2009, #346, 349, #363-2011
MOVED TO PERIODICALS SHELF IN LIBRARY.
- #737 - THE QUIT RENTS OF VIRGINIA
Compiled and alphabetized by Annie Laurie Wright Smith; published by Expert Letter Writing Co, Richmond, VA, 1957. Lists name, county and acreage.
- #738 - CONSTITUTION OF THE STATEOF ARKANSAS OF 1874
2005 REPRINT from Arkansas Code of 1987; issued by the Secretary of State, Charlie Daniels. Published by Lexis Nexis 2005. Acc. #6786
- #739 - NORMAN TODAY AND YESTERDAY
Issue #11, 2007; edited by Shirley Shewmake Manning. Contains a documentation of the Collier Family of Montgomery County, the first white family to the area; obituaries of local interest in 2007; photos and stories.
- #740 - A GIRL FROM HARTLEY
Family History narrative by Janice Kelley, Cove, AR. Includes genealogy and pictures. Published 2004 by Trafford. Acc. #6640.
- #741 - WILLIAM STEVENSON, RIDING PREACHER
By Walter N. Vernon, 1964, Southern Methodist University Press. Acc. #6975.
- #742 - THE OLD STATE HOUSE
Some Question and Answers, by John L. Ferguson, State Historian; published by Arkansas Commemorative Commission, Little Rock, AR, 1968. Acc. #7258.
- #743 - THERE’S ACTION IN ARKANSAS
Pictorial tour of the State from the 1960s. Acc. #7259.
- #744 - THE LOOTING OF ARKANSAS
Article from Archeology magazine, May/June 1991, p. 22; by Spencer P. M. Harrington. Acc.. #6854.
- #745 - REMNANT OF RICHES
Grandview Prairie Harbors History and Wildlife, by Trey Reid; article from Arkansas Wildlife, May/June 2007, page 14. Acc. #6963
- #746 - DAVIS LUMBER CO. ANSLEY, LOUISIANA, REUNION, May, 2002
Booklet of events and speeches; includes history and genealogy. Acc. #6968.