M08-08 - JUANITA WHITE CAMPBELL COLLECTION

Juanita White Campbell was born in 1901 in Conway, Arkansas and graduated from Conway High School.  She received a Bachelor of Science in Education degree from Arkansas State Teachers College in 1935 and a Master’s degree in Library Science from George Peabody College in Nashville, Tennessee in 1951.  She was the librarian for Conway High School for fifteen years and was supervisor over the libraries for all of Conway’s Public Schools. She was at work when she suffered a major stroke and died the same day on January 7, 1957.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Ben Campbell, a Faulkner County game warden. She was survived by and son, Walter K. Campbell of Houston, Texas; her mother, Mrs. Della White of Conway; a brother, Faber White of Osceloa, and four sisters, Mrs. Chester Carter of Pine Bluff, Mrs. Charles Mosley of Camden, Mrs. Rufus Haynes of Paragould and Mrs. Lyle T. Hooker of Wayne, Michigan.  Funeral plans were handled by Pence Funeral Service of Conway.  The Rev. James H. Street, pastor of First Baptist Church, officiated at her funeral.  She was buried in Oak Grove Cemetery.

She was a member of the American Association of University Women, the Conway Business and Professional women’s Club the OES and two educational sororities, the Kappa Iota and Delta Kappa Gamma.

 

Box 1

File 1 – Photo Album of Miss Juanita White – Memories of High School and College at Arkansas State Normal School – 1918-1920’s

File 2 – Parent Teacher Association – P.T. A. – 1933-1935

File 3 – Family Photos

File 4 – Mrs. Ben Campbell completed the Degree of Bachelor of Science In Education -  May 27, 1935

File 5 – Juanita Campbell Scrapbook

File 6 – Ben McCune Campbell – Died June 22, 1941 – Dover, Ark.

File 7 – Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, 1945

File 8 – Home of Gen. Andrew Jackson - “The Hermitage” – 7th President of United States –  near Nashville, Tenn. (1948)

File 9 – Juanita Campbell – Guest Book, 1949

File 10- Scrap Book – Mrs. J. Walter White – Trip to San Francisco Mother of Juanita White Campbell – April 4, 1950

File 11- In Loving Memory – Mrs. Juanita Campbell – Died January 7, 1957 and Mrs. Sallie Ida Plant Died January 8, 1957

File 12- Juanita White Campbell – Fulfilled all Requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts – Aug. 17, 1951

File 13- Treasured Memories – Juanita Campbell – Sept. 3, 1901- Jan. 7, 1957

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Box 2

File 1 – Walter K. Campbell – Baby Book – born July 13, 1926

File 2 – Walter Kay Campbell – Graduated Conway High School – May 28, 1943

File 3 – Wedding Photos

File 4 – Scrap Book – Camp Karankawa Photos – c. 1940’s

File 5 – Newspaper – The Houston Chronicle - Photo and Story of Puppies and Cathy Campbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Campbell – May 27, 1953

File 6 – Kelley’s Dancers – Photos by Sam Fausett’s Studio, Conway, Ark. June 1, 1951

File 7 – Kelley’s Dancers – Photos by Sam Fausett’s Studio, Conway, Ark. June 1, 1951

File 8 – Kelley’s Dancers – Photos by Sam Fausett’s Studio, Conway, Ark/ June 1, 1951

File 9 – S. S. United States Flagship of The United States Line New Superliner 900 ft. long, 10 ½ ft. wide – 1952

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