1 1. Alexander, William ( ). Little Rock. Leader of the black fraternal organization, Mosaic Templars of America. c Donor: Tom W. Dillard. 4. Barabin, Dr. J. H. (1874-?). Marianna. Physician. c Negative. Donor: 2. Angelou, Maya (1928-). Writer, entertainer. c Negative. Donor: 5. Blount, J. H. (1860-?). Helena, Forrest City. Educator, 1920 candidate for governor. c Negative. Donor: 3. Austin, Rev. T. J. (1859-?). Helena school principal. c Donor: 6. Booker, Joseph A. (1859-?). Little Rock. Founder/President, Arkansas Baptist College. c Donor:
2 7. Booker, Joseph A. c Donor: 10. Bush, John E. c Negative. Donor: 8. Booker, Mrs. Mary Caver. Little Rock. Wife of Joseph A. Booker. c Negative. Donor: 11. Corbin, Joseph Carter (1833-?). Pine Bluff. State Superintendent of Public Instruction, first President of Branch Normal College. c Donor: 9. Bush, John E. ( ). Little Rock. Fraternal leader, politician, businessman. c Donor: 12. Corbin, Joseph Carter. c Donor:
3 13. Cox, James M. (1860-?). Little Rock. President of Philander Smith College. c Donor: 16. Eckford, Elizabeth. Little Rock. Integration of Central High School. Sept Donor: 14. Cox, James M. c Donor: 17. Fleming, A. L. (1866-?). Edmondson, Ark. Educator and businessman. Negative. Donor: 15. Donohoo, J. N. ( ). State Representative, banker, fraternal leader. Marvel, Helena, Pine Bluff. c Donor: 18. Gibbs, Mifflin W. ( ). Little Rock. Politician, lawyer, businessman, U.S. consul to Madagascar. c Donor:
4 19. Gibbs, Mufflin W. c (Engraving) Donor: 23. Havis, Ferd ( ). Pine Bluff. Businessman, public official. c Donor: 20. Gibbs, Mifflin W. c Donor: 21. Gibbs, Mifflin W. c Donor: (Not available) 24. Hayman, George W. (1865-?). Little Rock. Physician. c Donor: 22. Gillam, Isaac T. (1839?-?). Little Rock. State legislator, Little Rock city councilman, county coroner. c Donor: 25. Henderson, M.H. (1855-?). Little Rock. City councilman c Donor:
5 26. Hendricks, Barbara (1948-). Little Rock. Singer. c Negative. Donor: 29. Ish, R.R. Little Rock. Educator. c Donor: 27. Hibbler, John A. (1880-?). Little Rock. Attorney. c Negative. Donor: 30. Jeffries, Moses E. (1856-?). Little Rock. City councilman. c Donor: 28. Houser, Dr. N.B. (1869-?). Helena. Physician, druggist. c Donor: 31. Jenifer, Rev. John Thomas ( ). Little Rock. A.M.E. clergyman. c (Xerox from lithograph.) Donor:
6 32. Johns, J.A. McG. North Little Rock. President of Shorter College. c Donor: 35. Jones, Scipio Africanus. Sitting as a Special Chancery Judge, c Negative. Donor: 33. Johnston, Rev. Lewis. Pine Bluff. Principal of Richard Allen Institute. c Donor: 36. Jones, Scipio Africanus. Portrait displayed in S. A. Jones High, School, No. Little Rock. c Donor: 34. Jones, Scipio Africanus ( ). Little Rock. Attorney, politician, fraternal leader. c Donor: 37. Jones, Wiley (1848-?). Pine Bluff. Businessman, politician. c Donor:
7 38. Jones, Wiley. With his horse "Executor" at his stables in Pine Bluff. c Negative. Donor : 41. Knowles P.A. (1852-?). Little Rock. Businessman c Negative. 39. Jop lin, Scott ( ). Texarkana. Musician, compos- er. c Negative. Donor: 42. Knowles, P.A. c Donor: 40. Keatts, Chester W. ( ). Little Rock. Cofounder of Mosaic Templars of America. c Donor: 43. Lathan, J. (1865-?). Little Rock. Minister. c Donor:
8 44. McConico, J.H. (1879-?). Little Rock. Businessman. c Donor: 47. Miller, Abraham. Helena. Businessman and state representative. c (3 1/2" X 5"). Negative. Donor: 45. McBane, Rev. C.S. Monticello. Presbyterian cleric and principal of Monticello Seminary. c.1890.donor: 48. Morris, Elias Camp (1855-?). Helena. Baptist cleric. c Donor: 46. Middlebrooks, A.M. (1855-?). Minister, politician, businessman. c (Copy from newspaper lithograph.) Negative. Donor: 49. Potter, Rev. F.C. Cotton Plant. Presbyterian cleric and principal, Cotton Plant Academy. c Donor:
9 50. Reeves, Bass. Fort Smith. U.S. Deputy Marshall for Judge Isaac C. Parker. c Negative. Donor: 53. Still, William Grant ( ). Little Rock. Musician, composer. c Negative. Donor: 51. Singfield, W.A. Little Rock. Attorney. c Donor: 54. Thornton, J.G. ( ). Little Rock. Physician. c Donor: 52. Stephens, Charlotte ( ). Little Rock. Educator. c Donor: 55. Todd, Lucius. Little Rock. Musician. c.1950.
10 56. Usher, J.H. (1864-?). Jericho, Ark. Farmer. businessman. c Negative. Donor: 59. Slave stealing scene. Copied from lithograph. c Negative. Donor: 60. Southland College, Helena, Ark. A Quaker school established during the Civil War. c Negative. Donor: 57. Warfield, William (1920-). Singer. c Donor: 58. Williams, R.A. (1879-?). Helena. Physician, fraternal leader. c Negative. Donor: 61. Unidentified group of black Arkansans. c (5" X 711). Donor:
11 62. Arkansas Baptist College. Little Rock. c (5" X 7"). Donor: 65. Black Diamond Drug Company. Helena c (5" X 7"). Negative. Donor: 63. Arkansas Baptist College. c Copy from lithograph. (5" X 7"). Donor: 66. Blissville. Black refugee settlement in Little Rock during the Civil War. Copied from a lithograph (3" X 7"). Negative. Donor: 64. Bethel A.M.E. Church. Little Rock. c (5" X 7"). Donor: 67. Cotton Gin owned by Scott Bond. Madison, Ark. c (5" X 7"). Donor:
12 71. Mosaic Templars Headquarters, 9th, and Broadway Sts. Little Rock. c (5" X 7"). Donor: 68. Branch Normal College. Pine Bluff. c (5" X 7fl).Negative. Donor: 69. Black Civil War troops being mustered out in Little Rock. Copied from a lithograph published in Haper's Weekly (5" X 7"). Donor: 72. Interior view of Mosaic Templars headquarters. c (5" X 7"). Donor: 70. Ibid. Color rendering. 73. Henderson School, a Fayetteville school for blacks established during the Civil War. c (5" X 7"). Donor:
13 74. Masonic Temple. Pine Bluff (Xerox from Alexander's Magazine, VI, Sept ) (5" X 7"). Donor : 77. Woodmen of Union Office. Hot Springs, Garland County, Ark. c Negative. Donor: 75. Arkansas Freeman masthead. First black newspaper in Ark. Sept. 28, (5" X 7"). Donor: 78. Office of John L. Webb, Supreme Custodian, Woodmen of Union. Hot Springs, Garland County, Ark. c Negative. Donor: 76. Webb, John L. (1877-?). Hot Springs. Leader of Woodmen of Union, a black fraternal organization. c (8ft x 10"). Negative. Donor: 79. Runaway slave advertisement. From Arkansas Gazette Negative. Donor:
14 80. Howard Public School Building. Fort Smith, Sebastian County, Ark. c Capitol Hill Colored School. Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. c Negative. Donor: 81. Philander Smith Colored Institute. Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. c Donor: 84. Young black child. Lawrence County, Ark. c Negative. Donor: 82. Twenty-First Street School. Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. c Donor: 85. Black cook, Alice French home. Clover Bend, Lawrence Ark. c Negative.
15 86. Black family doing the wash. Lawrence County, Ark. c Negative. Donor: 89. Reverend J.C. Crenchaw receiving an award from the NAACP. c Donor: 87. Blacks picking cotton, unidentified Arkansas location. c Donor: 90. Reverend J.C. Crenchaw standing in front of Little Rock Central High School. Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. c Donor: 88. Reverend and Mrs. J.C. Crenchaw. Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. c Donor: 91. Unidentified black residents of Rosboro. Rosboro, Clark County, Ark. c Negative. Donor:
16 92. Unidentified black woman and child. Rosboro. Clark County, Ark. c Negative. Donor: 95. Maya Angelou, Stamps, Arkansas native at her home in Winston Salem, North Carolina. c Donor: 93. Unidentified black residents of Rosboro, Clark County, Ark. c Negative. Donor: 96. Gwendolyn McConico Floyd, retired educator and school principal. Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. c Donor: Mrs. Floyd. 94. Black sawmill workers, operating an edger, Caddo River Lumber Company. Forester, Scott County, Ark Negative. Donor: 97. Florence Beatrice (nee Smith) Price, Little Rock native and prominent musician and composer. Born Apr ; died June 3, Photograph made c.1930.
17 98. J.O.A. Bush, son of John E. Bush, Little Rock, Ark. black fraternal leader. c Donor: John Graves William H. Grey, Helena, Phillips County, Ark. Black Political Leader. c Negative. Donor: 102. Black Leaders from Helena, Phillips County, Ark. c Negative. Donor: 99. Reverend J.M. Connor, D.D., African Methodist Episcopal Church Minister. c Negative. Donor: 100. Reverend John T. Jenifer, D.D., early African Methodist Episcopal Church Minister and Historian. c Negative. Donor: 103. Scott Bond, black entrepreneur of Madison, St. Francis County, Ark. c Negative. Donor:
18 104. Scott Bond's Home, "The Cedars" Madison, St. Francis County, Ark. c Negative. Donor: 107. Happy Hollow Saloon, Hot Springs, Garland Co. Ark., c Donor: James W. Leslie M. R. Perry, Jr.'s "Associate", Emic Copland, graduate University of Kansas, c (5"x7"). Donor: James W. Leslie Katie McLurkin (niece of Fred Havis) (4"x5"). Donor: James W. Leslie Mrs. Chester (Earline) Bush and children, Little Rock, Pulaski Co., Ark.,c (5"x7"). Donor: James W. Leslie Girls Industrial Hall, Stamps, Lafayette Co. Ark., 1910 (3 1/2"x5 1/2")Post card.
19 110. Ironing Class, Stamps, Lafayette Co., Ark., c (3 1/2"x5 1/2") Post card Class in Laundering, Stamps, Lafayette Co., Ark., c (3 1/2"x5 1/2"), Post Card Sewing Class, Stamps, Lafayette Co., Ark., c (3 1/2"x5 1/2") Post card Mathematics Class, Stamps, Lafayette Co., Ark., c (3 1/2"x5 1/2") Post card "Washing" Girls Industrial Hall, Stamps, Lafayette Co., Ark., c (3 1/2"x5 1/2") Post card Morning Exercise, Auditorium, Stamps, Lafayette Co., Ark., c (3 1/2"x5 1/2") Post card.
20 116. Happy Hollow, Hot Springs, Garland Co., Ark., c (5"x7") Donor: James W. Leslie Brian Lanker, "Portrait of Daisy Bates", Little Rock, Pulaski Co., Ark.,(3"x8 1/2") Jefferson Gatherford Ish Family. c (8" x 10"). Donor: John Graves 118. Maya Angelou 121. African American male who was lynched, 1916 (CD image) End of Collection 119. Edgar Earl Collins - Composer/Instructor c (8"x 10").Donor: Bede L. Luibel
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