M91-05 - CLOIE SMITH PRESLEY COLLECTION

She was born on November 27, 1922 in Goff’s Cove in Cleburne County.  She attended Arkansas State Teacher’s College (UCA) in Conway graduating in 1944.  After graduation, Mrs. Presley worked as a teacher for 8 years, but the bulk of her collection covers her work as a genealogist.  Mrs. Presley married Leister Presley in 1948.  She worked with the Girl Scouts for 34 years and was a charter member of the White County Historical Society.  Cloie Smith Presley died on November 14, 2004.

 

Box 1

File 1 – Cloie Mae Presley, 1922-2004

File 2 – Personal Correspondence, 1949-1998

File 3 – Writings by Mrs. Cloie Presley

File 4 – Booklet “Our Heritage” by Cloie and Leister Presley

File 5 – Genealogy Instruction and Items Available from Mrs. Leister Presley

File 6 – Newspaper Articles on Genealogy- by Doris G. Powell “Cleburne Times Review” Cleburne, Texas, June-August 1968 - Refers to Mrs. Cloie Presley’s Research

File 7 – Copy of 1854-1855 Diary

File 8 – Wilburn School Memorial History- Cloie Smith (Presley) 1940 Graduate

File 9 – Book- Pangburn School District (White Co., AR) Seventy-fifth Anniversary, 1914-1989

File 10- 50th Reunion Searcy High School Class- 1928-1978

File 11A- Two small booklets- Old Songs- “She’ll Be Coming ‘Round The Mountain,” “Old Joe Clark,” “Red River Valley” etc

File 11B- Book Hart to Heart by M. Sandy Hart. Copyright, 1987

File 12- Book- The Greatest Thing in the World- The Inspiring Message of Love by Henry Drummond- eleventh printing, June 1976

File 13- Book- Leaves of Gold- An Anthology of Prayers, Memorable Phrases, Inspirational Verse and Prose- edited by Clyde Francis Lytle, copyright 1948

File 14- Booklet- “Love and Friendship are Jewels which enrich life!”- This booklet is dedicated to Love from Lonnie Glosson Show

File 15- Booklet- “People Around Enola (Faulkner Co., AR) 1830-1880 by Dibrell Ingram, Nov. 11, 1972

File 16- War Record and Correspondence of Willie B. Smith- Camp Lee, VA, 1919

File 17- Searcy Class Rosters (1930-1934)

File 18- The Settlement of Goff’s Cove by Cloie Smith Presley, June 10, 1978

File 19- Booklet- “Smiths in Arkansas through 1850” by Mrs. Leister E. Presley

File 20- Book- Smith in Arkansas through 1850” by Mrs. Leister E. Presley

File 21- Booklet- Smith Family (Smith Surname Biographies, AR. Tax Lists, Smith in AR through 1850, Van Buren Co. Tax Lists)

File 22- Smith Family Research (Non- dated and Family Research Material

File 23- Smith Family Reunion, 1978-1979

File 24- Smith Family Research (non-dated and Family Research Material)

File 25- Smith Family Research (dated material and non-dated Correspondence)

File 26- Miscellaneous Family Research

End of Box 1

 

Box 2

File 1 – “Nicholas Bean and some of His Descendants” by Lee Calvin Tarble- copyrighted by Betty Lee Tarble Turner in 1961

File 2 – Research on Surname- Bean, Beene, Botts, Fowler, Goodman, Hand, Holliman, Kirkendoll, and Smith

File 3 – Family Names- Bean, Buttler, Edward, Ellis, Hill, Howell, Magness, and Presley- Correspondence and Research

File 4 – Bean/ Goff Family (also see Goff file)

File 5 – The Beans of Tennessee- Master Gunsmiths by Paul M. Fink (copied from “Muzzle Blasts” October 1946

File 6 – Booklet- “ The Bean Stalk” presented by- The Southern Bean Association- Fall 1974- Volume III, No. 1

File 7 – Bean Surname Research by Richard B. Bean

File 8 – Booklets- “The Clan MacBean Register”-“God-Family-Country”

File 9 – Goff Family Research

File 10- Booklet- “Goff-Bean Family” by Cloie Smith Presley

File 11- Allison Family Research

File 12- Holliman Family Research (dated material and Holleman Research by Brenda Matthews)

File 13- Holliman Family Research (non-dated and Family Research Material)

File 14- The Hollyman Family by George A. Holleman

File 15- Fenley Family Research

File 16- Jackson Family Research

File 17- Genealogical Notes on Bean/ Goff Family, Volume I

File 18- Genealogical Notes on Various Families, including Presley, Fenley, Yingling, etc.

File 19- Genealogical Notes- Volume III- Arranged Alphabetically- A-Z

End of Box 2

 

Box 3

File 1 – Leister E. Presley- Mid South Gas Co., c.1947-1961

File 2 – Presley Genealogy Research by Cloie Smith Presley

File 3 – Presley Family Personal Correspondence

File 4 – Presley Research

File 5 – Presley Family Research by Cloie Presley

File 6 – Presley Family Research

File 7 – The Presley Saga by Richard C. Fulcher- Volume II

File 8 – Booklet- The Preslar/ Presley Family of Anson Co., N.C.- compiled by Edwin C. Dunn, 1985

File 9 – Elvis Presley Family History

File 10- Moses Presley

File 11- Thomas Presley

File 12- Notebook- “Presley Ancestors” c.1770- from Bobby K. and Twila L. Presley

File 13- Brooks/ Thompson Research

File 14- Permenter Family Research

File 15- Yingling Family Research

File 16- Yingling/ Higler Family (John Higler/ Catherine Yingling from Germany to White Co., AR c. 1833- married Feb. 22, 1827)

File 17- John Yingling and Civil War Articles

File 18- Whisenaut/ Yingling Families

File 19- Whisenaut Family Research

File 20- Booklet- “Howell History- Kentucky to Arkansas” by Leister E. Presley

File 21- Howell Family

File 22- “They Came to Arkansas: Thomas Robert Gordon” by Mrs. Leister Presley

File 23- “They Came to Arkansas: Wood and Guthrie” by Mrs. Leister Presley, c.1983

End of Box 3

 

Box 4

File 1 – State of Arkansas County and Township Maps

File 2 – Census Information for Arkansas, Missouri and Tennessee and Miscellaneous information on cemeteries, bible records, obituaries, and newspaper clippings

File 3 – Arkansas Census Schedules, 1830 and 1840

File 4 – Federal Population Schedules- Arkansas Census 1840- Volume III Selected Counties- Chico, Clark, Hempstead, Hot Springs, Lafayette, Pike, Saline, Sevier, and Union Counties only

File 5 – Federal Population Schedules- Arkansas Census 1840- Volume IV Selected Counties-Conway, Johnson, Pope Pulaski, and Scott Counties only

File 6 – Arkansas Census 1830- Territory of Arkansas- Volumes I, II, III, IV

File 7 – Arkansas Census 1840

File 8 – Federal Population Schedules- Arkansas Census 1840

File 9 – Arkansas Census 1850

File 10- Copied Pages of the Arkansas Census 1850- M-R

File 11- Selected Arkansas Counties Census 1850- Crittenden County, Phillips County, and St. Francis County

File 12- Booklet- Arkansas Census- Van Buren County, 1850 & 1880

File 13- Arkansas Census for White Co., 1850

File 14- Yell County, Arkansas- Census of 1850- compiled by Mrs. Leister E. Presley

File 15- Van Buren County Census, 1860

File 16- Federal Population Schedule- Surname List Arkansas Census, 1850

File 17- Arkansas Census 1850 Surname Index- Volume III (2 copies)

File 18- Arkansas Census- 1850 Surname Index- copyright 1974- Mrs. Leister Presley

File 19- Arkansas Census 1850 Surname List- Selected Counties- Arkansas, Desha, Drew, Jefferson, Mississippi, Monroe, Poinsett and Prairie Counties only

File 20- Surname List- Federal Population Schedule- Arkansas Census 1850- Volume IV for counties Clark, Conway, Hot Springs, Johnson, Montgomery, Perry, Pike, Polk, Pulaski and Saline

End of Box 4

 

Box 5

File 1 – Madison County Arkansas Census, 1860- compiled from microfilm by Ruby Wiedeman

File 2 – Arkansas Census- 1870 Surname Index Volume I- Mrs. Leister Presley

File 3 – Arkansas Census Surname List, 1870 (to be used with microfilm)- Arkansas County to Franklin County- compiled by Mrs. Leister E. Presley

File 4 – Arkansas Census Surname List, 1870 Fulton Co. to Independence Co.

File 1 – Arkansas Census Surname List, 1870 (to be used with microfilm)- Izard Co. to Little River Co.

File 6 – Arkansas Census Surname List 1870, Madison Co. to Ouachita Co.

File 7 – Arkansas Census Surname List 1870, Phillips Co. to Pope Co.

File 8 – Arkansas Census Surname List 1870, Pulaski Co.

File 9 – Arkansas Census Surname List 1870, Randolph Co. to Sebastian Co.

File 10- Arkansas Census Surname List 1870- Sevier Co. to Washington Co.

File 11- Arkansas Census Surname List 1870, White Co. to Woodruff Co.

File 12- Marriages and Divorces of Arkansas Volume I, 1808-1830

File 13- Handwritten Copy of Cleburne County, Arkansas- Marriage Records 1800s

File 14- Miscellaneous Marriage Records, 1851-1875

File 15- Selected Faulkner County, Arkansas Marriage Records, 1873-1939

File 16- Selected Marriage Records of Faulkner, Conway, and Van Buren Counties (middle 1800s- early 1900s)

File 17- Booklet- Van Buren County Marriage Records Book I and II, c. 1800

File 18- Van Buren County, Arkansas Marriage Records, 1870s-early 1900s

File 19- Booklet- “Marriages of Arkansas County, Arkansas,” 1839-1846 – compiled by James Logan Morgan, 1972

File 20- Booklet- “Marriages of Clark County, Arkansas,” 1821-1837 – compiled by James Logan Morgan, copyrighted 1972

File 21- Marriage Records of Phillips County (Arkansas?) Feb. 21, 1832- Dec. 20, 1847

File 22- List of Registered Voters for Yell County, 1850 & 1868

File 23- The Church Register of The New Hope Methodist Episcopal Church, South (copies of pages 1-24)

File 24- Sessional Records of the Wattensaw Presbyterian Church, Prairie Co., Arkansas, Oct. 1853- Nov. 1886

File 25- List of Early Towns in Arkansas, 1885

File 26- Newspaper Article- Arkansas Gazette Oct. 7, 1956- Count Casimir Pulaski, 1747-1779- Morally wounded during The Charge at Savannah at age 32- Pulaski County, Arkansas named for him

File 27- Newspaper Articles- by Ted Worley- “Arkansas Gazette” “History of Arkansas”

File 28- Periodical- “The Arkansas Family Historian,” 1987-1989 & 1991- published by Arkansas Genealogical Society

File 29- Arkansas Historic Preservation Program- “Bridges to the Past” Pamphlet

File 30- Publication- “The Arkansas Genealogical Register” Quarterly of the Northeast Arkansas Genealogical Association- editor James Logan Moran, Newport, AR

File 31- Newsletter- “Arkansas Preservation Digest,” Winter 2000

File 32- Newsletter- “The Arkansas Researcher” UCA Archives Director Tom Dillard, 1995

File 33- Book- Genealogists’ Arkansas Address Book by Desmond Walls Allen, 1989

File 34- Miscellaneous Arkansas Material

End of Box 5

 

Box 6

File 1 – Booklet- “Bits of Mountain Speech” gathered between 1910 and 1965 along the mountains bordering North Carolina and Tennessee- by Paul Fink, copyright 1974

File 2 – Mountain Expression and Phrases

File 3 – Arkansas Sesquicentennial, 1836-1986 (folder)

File 4 – (4) Biographical Index to “Goodspeed’s History of Arkansas”:  Central AR, Eastern AR, South AR, Western AR

File 5 – Biographical Index to “ Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Central Arkansas

File 6 – Biographical Index to “The Centennial History of Arkansas” by Dallas T. Herndon, 1922

File 7 – (2) Biographical Index to “Historical Review of Arkansas” Volumes II & III- by Fay Hempstead 1911- compiled by Kaye Snowden, 1982

File 8 – Geographical Information on 1885 Arkansas

File 9 – Booklet- “The Backtracker” Vol. VI- Spring 1977 No. 2- Vol. VII- Winter 1978 No. 1

File 10- Book- Collecting Dead Relatives by Laverne Galeener-Moore, 1987

File 11- Book- Listen to the Mountains by Bonnie S. Ball, copyright 1979

File 12- Booklet- A History of the Little Rock District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1971

File 13- Booklet- They Passes by Here: The Early History of Pleasant Plains, Stagecoach Town on the Southwest Trail, 1824-1910 by Emmett Powers, 1994

File 14- “Cleburn County (Arkansas) Historical Journal Index” Vol. I-IV- Mrs. Leister E. Presley, 1986

File 15- Periodicals (2) Faulkner Facts and Fiddlings (1967 and 1970)- published quarterly by Faulkner Co. Historical Society

File 16- Book- Old Guard Rest Home Cartoons as published in the “Arkansas Gazette” by George Fisher, 1984

File 17- Booklet “Wills and Administrations of Hempstead County Arkansas 1820-1837” , “Abstracts of Record AA, 1820-1825 and Will Record I 1826-1837” by James Logan Morgan

File 18- Booklet- “The Madison County Genealogist”

File 19- Pope County Historical Association Quarterly- Vol. IV, No. 2, Dec. 1971- Vol. XIII, No. 4, June 1979- Vol. XIV, No. 4, June 1980

File 20- Index to Will Book B- Prairie County, Arkansas, 1852-1901

File 21- booklet (2)- South West Arkansas Genealogical Society Vol. I, No. 2, 1977- Vol. II, No. 2, 1978

File 22- Booklet- “Washington County Historical Society Membership 1987”

File 23- Copy P.A.S.T. (Pioneer America Society Transactions) Vol. X 1987 William D. Walters Jr. Editor

File 24- Booklet- “Four States Genealogist” (Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Arkansas) Vol. I, No. 1, 1968-1969

File 25- Book- National Archives Microfilm Resource for Research- National Archives and Records Administration Washington D.C.

File 26- Federal Population Census- 1900 (A Catalog of Microfilm Copies of the Schedules) National Archives and Record Service General Services Administration Washington D.C.

File 27- “Federal Population Census, 1910” (a catalog of microfilm copies of schedules) 1982

File 28- Immigrant and Passenger Arrivals (A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications)

File 29- Catalog- Genealogy Resource Books from Arkansas Publishers by Desmond Walls Allen

File 30- Genealogical and Biographical Research (A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications)

File 31- Maps- Little Rock, North Little Rock and others

File 32- Railroads and Trains of Arkansas

File 33- Slave Owners in Arkansas, 1850 (copied from “Arkansas Slaveholdings 1850”) White Co. Library

File 34- Booklet- “Cherokee Emigration Rolls, 1817-1835- Transcribed by jack D. Baker, 1977- Oklahoma City, OK

File 35- Booklet- “Cherokee Reserves”- compiled by David Keith Hampton 1979

File 36- Native American Indian Information

File 37- Selected Records from Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty- Land- Warrant  Application Files, 1974- National Archives and Records Service- Washington

File 38- Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Arkansas by Clara B. Eno (copied from Arkansas Historical Quarterly)

File 39- Booklet- “Dedication of Civil War Markers and Jackson Port State Park”- published by The Jackson County Historical Society

File 40- Booklet- “Arkansas Volunteers of 1836-1837: History and Roster of The 1st and 2nd Regiments of Arkansas Mounted Gunmen 1836-1837 and A Roster of Captain Jesse Bean’s Company of Mounted Rangers, United States Army 1832-1833” by James Logan Morgan

File 41- Copied- Civil War Diary of Martin Van Buren Gentry, c. 1861

File 42- William Raleigh Campbell- Born March 6, 1841- this is his own story of Survival of Civil War, June 7, 1861- July 1865

File 43- Civil War Battles in Arkansas (Helena, Pea Ridge, Poison Springs, and Prairie Grove, and others)

File 44- Correspondence- Concerning Historical Play- “There Were Union Men” by Dr. D.D. McBrien

File 45- Copied- “The Journal of Captain John R. Bell”- official Journalist for the Stephen H. Long Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, c.1820

End of Box 6

 

Box 7

File 1 – Antioch Cemetery- Volume VII (1978) by Imogene Rowe (2 Copies)

File 2 – Bradford Cemeteries (1968) by Mrs. Leister Presley

File 3 – Camp Nelson Cemetery- Cabot, AR- information

File 4 – Cemeteries- Faulkner County (1974) by Imogene Rowe (2 Copies)

File 5 – Cemeteries: White County, Arkansas- Special Edition by Cloie Presley

File 6 – Cemeteries- White County, Arkansas Volume III- 1986 by Mrs. Leister E. Presley (4 Copies)

File 7 – Cemeteries- Van Buren County- Volume I by Imogene Rowe (1977)

File 8 – Census of Evergreen Cemetery, Judsonia, Arkansas- taken Friendship Home Extension Club, May 6, 1968

File 9 – Copies of Names from Cemeteries White County (?)- Booth Cemetery, Gum Springs Cemetery, Robb Cemetery, Weir Cemetery, White Oak or Griffin Cemetery, and Cato Methodist Church Cemetery

File 10- Handwritten cope “History in Headstones, Crawford Co., AR”

File 11- Henderson Cemetery Grave Listing, 1991

File 12- Holly Springs Cemetery (Listing May 1962) by Mr. and Mrs. Leister Presley

File 13- Moon Family Cemetery- Rose Bud, AR (Listing July 10, 1962) by Mr. and Mrs. Leister Presley

File 14- Nelson Cemetery- Georgetown, AR (Listing Nov. 20, 1967) by Mrs. Leister Presley

File 15- Newspaper Articles and Condemnation, Notice/ Operation and Maintenance Environmental Statement (March 1974) for Cemeteries in Greer’s Ferry Dam and Reservoir Area, 1959

File 16- Rose Bud Cemetery (White County) (Listing July 10, 1961) by Mr. and Mrs. Leister Presley

File 17- St. Mary’s Cemetery (Listed June 3, 1962- Additions made January 1, 1964) by Mr. and Mrs. Leister Presley

File 18- White County Cemeteries- CD (List of Burials- White County. Historical Society)

File 19- White County Cemeteries: Locations, GPS Coordinates Archeological Site NOS. by White County Historical Society

File 20- White County Cemeteries and other surrounding areas (Miscellaneous)

File 21- White County Cemeteries Vol. I (Northwest Part of County) by Mrs. Leister Presley (2 Copies)

File 22- White County Cemeteries- Volume II (1968) (Oak Grove- Searcy/ Gum Springs-Wilkes/ Booth Family/ Honey Hill) by Mrs. Leister Presley

File 23- White County Cemeteries- Vol. IV (1975) by Mrs. Leister Presley

File 24- White County Cemeteries- Vol. V (Index 1976) by Mrs. Leister Presley

File 25- White County Cemeteries- Vol. VI (Beebe, Weir, Garner/ Lebanon) by Mrs. Leister Presley

File 26- White County Cemeteries- Vol. VIII (1979) (Bald Knob area) by Mrs. Leister Presley

File 27- White County Cemeteries- Vol. IX (1992) by Mrs. Leister Presley

End of Box 7

 

Box 8

File 1 – Adcock Dick- 1924 Traveler’s Pitcher- Newspaper Article (from Clay, White County, AR)

File 2 – Booklet- “An African American History of The Cowan Family and other Black Families of Searcy (White Co.), AR (Snipes, Nelson, King, Robertson) by Hazel Bradley

File 3 – Book- Arkansas in Miniature: White County by William E. Leach, 1985

File 4 – Arkansas County Tax Lists (including White County) before the Civil War

File 5 – Booklet- “Beebe Christian Church History” by W.E. Leach, 1980

File 6 – Booklet- “The Quill” (published by the 1924-1925 Senior Class of Beebe High School)

File 7 – Newspaper Articles and Information on The Town of Beebe, White Co., Arkansas

File 8 – L. SOMOGO HOOD, Medicine Woman, c. 1920

File 9 – Copies of Photos in The Floyd Bradberry Collection- Bock Crusher- Bee Rock

File 10- Geological Report on “Bee Rock” in White County

File 11- “The History of Clay Community” by Cloie Presley

File 12- The Cobbites (Religious Group)

File 13- Confederate Veterans of White County, AR- Listed on 1910 U.S. Census

File 14- Booklet- “Mountain Home: White Co., AR, (Drake Sour) by Leister E. Presley

File 15- Dogwood Twp. Census (1860-1880) (White County)

File 16- Thesis- “El Paso, Arkansas From Its Beginning” by Hugh B. Anderson, Aug. 1962

File 17- Irene Sutherlin Emde- (teacher, writer and member of White County Historical Society)

File 18- “Life and Death of a Country Town, Essex, Arkansas” by Helen Harrison (as told by A. Herbert Price)

File 19- Newsletter- “Shoppe Talk” (Featuring George Fisher, Cartoonist- a former White County resident)

File 20- “Some Highlights of White County History” (The Floyd Community) by Claude Johnson and related articles

File 21- Galloway/ Hendrix College

File 22- Garner High School Year Book, 1947-1948 (2 Copies)

File 23- “From Osage to Automatic- Age in Garner (community in White County, AR) (2 Copies)

File 24- History of Georgetown, Arkansas

File 25- Girl Scout Articles and Information on the Flag and Patriotism in scouting

File 26- Booklet- “Vada Pierce Glenn Doesn’t Miss ‘Good Ole Days’” by Gladys Richardson

File 27- Harding College and Church of Christ History in White County, AR

File 28- Joshua B. Hartzog (1866- 1939) (awarded Medal of Honor Aug. 15, 1992)

File 29- “Hills of Home” (newspaper articles) by Isabel Frances

File 30- Excerpt from rare out of print book- “That’s Judsonia” by W.E. Orr, 1957

File 31- “The most Community- Conscious Small Town in America” by Donna Howie (April 15, 1986) Judsonia High School

File 32- Judsonia Dam (handwritten account by Paul Miller)

File 33- History of Judsonia, Arkansas

File 34a- Newspaper articles and information on Judsonia (White Co.) Tornado, March 22, 1952

File 34b- Copy of small booklet - "Kensett, Arkansas" (White Co.) by DeAnne Palmer and drawings of old buildings - copied from photos - early 1900's

File 35- “ The History of McRae High” by Richard Allen Fry

File 36- Newspaper Articles on Military Road

File 37- Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Records, 1861- 1873 (White Co., AR?)

File 38- “Mule Train” by Theophal Henderson II

File 39- The Murder of Joe Walls- age 32 and his nephew Kelly (Callie?) Smith age 21- July 6, 1915- researched by John Treat

File 40- Names of Early Newspapers in White County

File 41- Obituaries

File 42- Old Pictures and History of White County, Arkansas

File 43- Old receipts from Searcy Business, c. 1930

File 44- “Old Times Remembered” White County, AR and surrounding areas

File 45- History of Pangburn Arkansas and miscellaneous information

File 46- Early Pangburn Methodist Church History- Pangburn, White County, AR

File 47- Booklet- “Something Money Can’t Buy” (Growing up in Pangburn) by Christina Doyle Spear

File 48- History of Rose Bud Consolidated School by Mrs. Mary E. Robbins Gifford

File 49- Oral History- Interview with Rose Bud (White Co., AR) (cassette tape)- postmaster Glenn Belew- by T.R. Garner

File 50- Pickens Chapel, White Co., AR newspaper article

File 51- Pioneering in White Co. (compiled for Mrs. Emma Rogers by Genevieve Chapin)

File 52- “Pioneer Village” Museum booklet and articles- Cloie Presley- author and editor- Girl Scout Troop 599- Service Project, 1983

File 53- Pioneer Woman, Frances Gordon

File 54- Property Records (1820-1867) (Township 9 North Range 8 West)

File 55- Capt. Howel A. “Doc” Rayburn (died in White Co.- featured in 1981 Confederate Calendar)

File 56- Record of Licenses Issued 1932- city of Searcy, White Co., AR

File 57- “Reminiscenses of Days Past” by Hinkle F. Tyler and “The Fruit of a Loving Heart” by Cloie Presley

File 58- Writings of Averil Beaver (member of White County Historical Society)

End of Box 8

 

Box 9

File 1 – Searcy’s First Armistice Day- Nov. 11, 1918

File 2 – Searcy- Batesville Road History by Paul Miller

File 3 – History of Searcy, AR (founding of Searcy/ Old Homes/ Searcy- Batesville Road)

File 4 – Booklet- “Downtown Church of Christ,” 1980- Searcy, AR

File 5 – “History of Searcy” speech given by T.R. Garner 1990-1991

File 6 – Cassette tape- “Searcy (White Co., AR) 1900-1920 (3-A & 3-B)- Kay and Deene

File 7 – Searcy Centennial (1837-1937)

File 8 – Copy of Abstract for “Spring Square” or “Spring Park” City of Searcy, White Co., AR

File 9 – Maps- Society City Map, 1999 White County Edition, 1987 Harding University Map

File 10- Incorporation of West Point, AR (February 21, 1859)

File 11- White County Census (1840/1850) by Mrs. Leister E. Presley

File 12- White County Census of 1910 and Tax Lists of 1880

File 13- History of some White County, Arkansas churches

File 14- White County Civil War articles and memorabilia

File 15- White County Courthouse Index Records

File 16- White County Courthouse Information

File 17- Telephone Book- Searcy- White County, Arkansas, 2002-2003

File 18- Telephone Directory- White River/ Ozark Foothills, 2002-2003 edition (copy 1)

File 19- Telephone Directory- White River/ Ozark Foothills- 2002-2003 edition (copy 2)

File 20- White County, AR- Bonds and Letters of Administration of Probate Records, 1857-1865 Book E- 1864-1870 Book B

File 21- White County, AR Probate Record Extracts of Testate and Intestate Entries 1836-1907) by James B. Coles

File 22- White County’s Diamond

File 23- CD- published articles- White Co. (AR) Historical Society

File 24- Historical Pageant of White County, AR- (“Under Four Flags”) White County Fair (1962)

File 25- White County Historical Museum

File 26- Booklet- Articles and History of White County, AR by White Co. Historical Society

File 27- White County Historical Society Articles

File 28- (White County Historical Society) White County Heritage Tour- May 20, 1990

File 29- “White County Heritage” Annual History Microfiche- published by White County (AR) Historical Society

File 30- White County Heritage Articles (White County Historical Society)

File 31- White County Court Records (1836-1847)

File 32- White County Heritage (Vol. XXXIV-1996) (White County Historical Society

File 33- White County Heritage/ Civil War Collection (White County Historical Society)

File 34- White County Heritage Index (Vol. I, Issues I, II, III, IV, V) (2 copies)

End of Box 9

 

Box 10

File 1 – White County List of Electors (1922)

File 2 – Maps- Historical Places in White County (White County Historical Society in observance of the AR Sesquicentennial, 1836-1936)

File 3 – Maps- Arkansas State and White County, AR (miscellaneous)

File 4 – The Titan II Missile Site Disaster Remembered, August 9, 1965- 35th Anniversary, April 24, 2000

File 5 – Miscellaneous- White County, Arkansas Information

File 6 – White County Post Offices 1836- 1930 (Listed in alphabetical order) and miscellaneous articles

File 7 – White County Post Offices and Postmaster Lists (late 1800s)

File 8 – White County Records at Arkansas History Commission (White County Historical Society)

File 9 – White County’s Representation in General Assembly Sessions (1836-1886)

File 10- White County Schools (Memorabilia/ Teacher Contract/ Records)

File 11- Minutes of the White County Singing Convention- Antioch, (White County) AR, August 16-18, 1929

File 12- 1793 Spanish Land Grant to Don Joseph Valliere- Deeded to John Wilson, Oct. 30, 1843 by heirs of Mr. Valliere for $30,000

File 13- Strawberries and Farming in White County

File 14- White County Tales of Mystery (newspaper articles)

File 15- White County Tax List, 1837

File 16- Newspaper Articles on White County, AR, 1921-1999

File 17- Newspaper Articles on White County, AR, 2000-2002 and undated

File 18- Searcy Chamber of Commerce (Past Presidents/ Welcome to Searcy)

File 19- Bicentennial, 1776-1976

File 20- Publications of the Arkansas Historical Association (Session Convention- Delegate from White County)

End of Box 10

 

Box 11

File 1 – End of World War I, 1918

File 2 – “A WAC” Remembers (WWII 1941-1945) by Ruth Blanton Chaney

File 3 – Copies of Newspaper articles on White County people involved in WWII

File 4 – James Franklin Brewer (World War II Veteran) by Farris W. Wood

File 5 – White County War Memorial Dedication, May 30, 1998

File 6 – New Madrid Fault Line, 1981

File 7 – White County, AR- 151 years old, 1835-1986- Sesquicentennial- The Daily Citizen Newspaper Nov. 23, 1986- Devoted to stories of White County

File 8 – Newspaper- The Little Red River Journal, 1981- Pangburn, White County, Arkansas

File 9 – Newspaper- The Little Red River Journal, 1982- Pangburn, White County, Arkansas

File 10- Newspaper- The Little Red River Journal, 1983- Pangburn, White County, Arkansas

File 11- Newspaper- The Little Red River Journal, 1984- Pangburn, White County, Arkansas

File 12- Newspaper- The Little Red River Journal, 1985-1986- Pangburn, White County, Arkansas

File 13- Newspaper- The Little Red River Journal, 1987-1988- Pangburn, White County, Arkansas

File 14- “Little Red River Journal” Newspaper Articles

File 15- Newspaper Articles by Margaret Ross on Indians and the Civil War

File 16- Newspaper- Cleburne County Times, March 3, 1988- Cleburne County Centennial Edition, 1888-1988

File 17- Newspaper- Woodruff County Monitor- Leader- Advocate, 1999

File 18- 1962 Vietnam Era

File 19- Newspaper- Miscellaneous- Arkansas

End of Box 11

 

Box 12

File 1 – Kiwanis International- Kiwanis Club Searcy Arkansas Annual Publication, 1952

File 2 – Kiwanis International- Kiwanis Club Searcy Arkansas 11th Annual Publication, 1958 - 12th Annual Publication, 1959

File 3 – Kiwanis International- Kiwanis Club Searcy Arkansas 13th Annual Publication, 1960 - 14th Annual Publication, 1961- 15th Annual Publication, 1962

File 4 – Kiwanis International- Kiwanis Club Searcy Arkansas Annual Publication, 1963 - Annual Publication, 1964

File 5 – Kiwanis International- Kiwanis Club Searcy Arkansas Annual Publication 1965- Annual Publication 1966- Annual Publication 1967

File 6 – Kiwanis International- Kiwanis Club Searcy Arkansas Annual Publication 1969- Annual Publication 1970

File 7 – Kiwanis International- Kiwanis Club Searcy Arkansas Annual Publication, 1970-1971

File 8 – Kiwanis International- Kiwanis Club Searcy Arkansas Annual Publication, 1974-1975 - Annual Publication, 1975-1976 - Annual Publication, 1976-1977

End of Box 12

 

Box 13

File 1 – Henry County, Alabama Census Schedule- 1830 by Elizabeth Woods Thomas

File 2 – Publication- “The Genealogical Acorn”- Tampa, Florida

File 3 – An Index to the Kentucky Federal Census, 1810- Vol. I (Counties Adair- Cumberland- copyright Lowell M. Volkel, 1971

File 4 – Kentucky Census 1830 Index Vol. I- Adair thru Campbell Counties- compiled by Dora Wilson Smith, 1973

File 5 – Kentucky Census 1830 Index Vol. II- Casey thru Gallatin Counties- compiled by Dora Wilson Smith, 1973

File 6 – Kentucky Census 1830 Index Vol. III- Garrard thru Hopkins Counties- compiled by Dora Wilson Smith, 1973

File 7 – Kentucky Census 1830 Index Vol. IV- Jefferson thru Meade Counties- compiled by Dora Wilson Smith, 1973

File 8 – Kentucky Census 1830 Index Vol. VI- Scott thru Woodford Counties- compiled by Dora Wilson Smith, 1974

File 9 – Booklet- North Carolina Land Grants in Tennessee, 1778-1791 (2 copies)

File 10- North and South Carolina Information- Marriages, Land Grants, etc.

File 11- Book- History of Old Roads, Pioneers and Early Communities of St. Louis County (Missouri)- published by the State Historical Society of Missouri, 1935

File 12- Biographical Index to the Centennial History of Missouri, published 1921

File 13- Miscellaneous (Kentucky, South Carolina, Tennessee)

End of Box 13

 

Box 14

File 1 – Booklet- “Ansearchin’ News Quarterlies”- Vol. 21 No. 1,2,3,4- 1974- Editor Mrs. Daniel Edward West Tennessee Genealogical Society, Memphis, TN

File 2 – Dickson County Tennessee Census, 1820 Index

File 3 – Fayette County Tennessee- Free Population Schedule, 1850- Transcribed by Mrs. V.K. Carpenter

File 4 – Tennessee Census 1820 for Franklin, Giles, Humphrey, Lawrence, Perry and Shelby Counties Index

File 5 – Franklin County Tennessee Census- 1850 Index- Transcribed by Mrs. V.K. Carpenter

File 6 – Lawrence, Perry and Shelby County Tennessee Census Index 1820 (2 copies)

File 7 – Gibson County Tennessee Census,1850 Index- Transcribed by Mrs. V.K. Carpenter (2 copies)

File 8 – Haywood County Tennessee Census- 1850 Index (2 Copies)

File 9 – Marion County Tennessee Population Schedule, 1850 Index- by Mrs. V.K. Carpenter (2 copies)

File 10- Maury County Tennessee Census, 1920 Index

File 11- “Historic Maury” Quarterly Vol. VI- Vol. VII, 1970-1971- published by Maury Co. Historical Quarterly

File 12- Pentress County Tennessee Census- 1850 Index- Transcribed by Mrs. V.K. Carpenter

File 13- Robertson County Tennessee Census, 1820 Index (2 Copies)

File 14- Rutherford County Tennessee Census, 1810 Index (2 Copies)

File 15- Rutherford County Tennessee Census, 1810 and 1820 Index

File 16- Rutherford County Tennessee Index- Population Schedule, 1810-1820

File 17- Selected Marriage Records of Lawrence County, Tennessee (1828-1940)

File 18- Stewart and Sumner Co. Tennessee Census, 1820 Index (2 Copies)

File 19- Van Buren County Tennessee Census, 1850 Index- Transcribed by Mrs. V.K. Carpenter

File 20- Wayne and Williamson (2 copies) County Tennessee Census, 1820 Index

File 21- Williamson County Tennessee Census, 1820 Index

File 22- Biographical Index to Good Speed’s History of Middle Tennessee (2 copies)

File 23- Biographical Index to- Good Speed’s History or Eastern and Western Tennessee

File 24- “Tennessee Records” Catalogue for ordering Genealogical Materials for Tenn., Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky, etc.

File 25- Texas Federal Population Schedule for Index Bexar, Guadalupe, and Medina County, 1850- Vol. VII- Transcribed by Mrs. V.K. Carpenter

File 26- Texas Census 1850 Vol. X Index for Harris, Montgomery, and Walker Counties- Transcribed by Mrs. V.K. Carpenter

File 27- Texas Census, 1850 Vol. XII Index for Angelina, Nacogdoches, and Shelby Counties- Transcribed by Mrs. V.K. Carpenter

File 28- Texas Census, 1850 Vol. XIX Index for Harrison and Upshur Counties- Transcribed by Mrs. V.K. Carpenter

End of Box 14

 

Box 15

File 1 – Richard H. Andrews- Family Names- Anders/ Andrews, Howell, Biship, Davenport

File 2 – Mrs. Robert Armitage Jr.- Family Names- John Rogers/ Elisa Evaline Irons

File 3 – R.M. Banks- Re: Family Names- Harris/ Banks, Kilpatrick, Hill, Arnold

File 4 – Basham, Cathey, Wagner Family Lines Research, 1969-1971

File 5 – Henry Barger/ Matilda Howard Mitchell Family Records- Harmony, White Co., AR

File 6 – Franklin Beattie Family and Others- Beatie, Beaty, Baty, etc.

File 7 – Beniah Bateman Family- by James Logan Morgan for James C. Haden

File 8 – Benton and Allied Families- by Coy R. Benton

File 9 – Booklet- “Looking Back- The Blakely Family History and Related Families” – compiled for Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Woosley- by Mrs. Leister Presley, c. 1980

File 10- Bland, Oliver Perry- Life History- copied from the original manuscript by Eleanor Adeline Bland, c. 1939

File 11- Blevins Family- Blevins/ Chapman, Armstead, Wright, Johnson, Cranford

File 12- Descendants of William Boydston/ Mary Thornton (Mrs. Joes F. Boydston)

File 13- Descendants of Robert Boydston (Mrs. A.B. Domonoske)

File 14- Family History for- Boyette, Graves, Talkington, and Whitley Families

File 15- Descendants of Brower/ Browner Family Name (Mrs. James C. Barber, c.1968)

File 16- Juanita Bradley Parker- Research on Bradley, Coffman, Yancey, Neal, Dodson, Meredith, Harrison, Pettus, Gilliam, Hare, Russell Family Lines

File 17- Bowen Family History

File 18- Capps Family History- (Gary, Vernon, Hubert, Jerry, J.M. Capps)

File 19- Cheek, O’Kelly, McCauley Family Line

File 20- Wensil Marsh Clark (Mrs. Larry P. Clark) Research- Families include Parks, Shaw, Jefferies, Marsh, Hardcastle, Caruthers, Howell, Gray

File 21- G.W. Cochran- born 1872 in Alabama (Mrs. Colleen C. Worley, c.1982)

File 22- Crabb, Haselip Family Line

File 23- John Critz/ Nancy A. Critz Family Research

File 24- Davenport Families (Davenport, King, Chilcoat, Eckles, Jeffery, Caruthers, Vaughn, Broyles, Vaught, and Dobler/Tobler

File 25- John Davis- born 1801 in North Carolina- Mary A. Mooney Davis born 1810 in Georgia- Great great grandparents of Alma Davis Bomer

File 26- Noah Lee Davis- father of Ollie Vine Davis who married John McCurdy Davis (her cousin) Oct. 4, 1896- Children Lee McCurdy Davis born April 28, 1897, Ollie Vine Davis born Feb 6, 1899, Johnnie Davis (Koch) born 1902

File 27- Davis/ Ray Family Name (Mrs. Joe (Pauline) Sheriff

File 28- Davis Family History- Martha (Matt) Davis, 1838-1875 & James W. Blakey 1831-1913

File 29- DePriest/ Dupriest, Nelson Family Research, 1970-1983

File 30- Doyle Family of White County, Arkansas

File 31- Susannah Edwards/ James S. Brittain Family

File 32- The Edward Sisters: Pioneer Settlers of White Co., AR (5 Edward Sisters- Margaret, Susannah, Nancy, Elizabeth, and Mary Turley)

File 33- Tennessee Census, 1850- Surname Erwin

File 34- W.L. Farmer Jr. Family

File 35- Ferguson and Wyatt Surname Research by Cloie Smith Presley

File 36- Mickey L. Freeman Correspondence on Pratt/ Edwards, Edwards/ Baker, Hicks/ Pratt, Pratt/ Mitchell Family Line

End of Box 15

 

Box 16

File 1 – Thomas Milton Garrison- born May 1, 1858- Family Research by Thomas M. Garrison Jr.

File 2 – Garner (White Co.) AR and The Sloan Family- early generations by W. Kelly Austin

File 3 – Book- “Looking Back, Garner, Wiseman and Related Families”- by Mrs. Leister Presley (Cloie Presley)

File 4 – Bobby E. Gilliam Correspondence on Johnson/ Carson, Berry, Gillium- Gillum- Gilum, etc., Burks Family Line

File 5 – Booklet- “Looking Back, The Ghent Family History and Related Families”- by Cloie Presley (3 copies)

File 6 – Booklet: The Ghent Family History and Related Families by Cloie Presley

File 7 – Goff Family and Others (also see Bean file for Goff/ Bean, Holliman, Smith, etc.)

File 8 – Shirley and Art Gunn Research

File 9 – Haggerton/ Wideman Family Research-also Hulsey and Nulty

File 10- Book “Wandering Back” by Henry Franklin Hammack (a chronology, or history of 4 old  families- Hammack, Norton, Granger and Payne, inter-related)

File 11- Hardcastle, Shaw, Whisnant Family Research for Wensil Clark

File 12- booklet- “Colonel Joseph Hardin of Davidsonville, 1784-1826” by Marion Stark Craig, M.D.

File 13- Mrs. Allen Harris- Re: Family Name- Branum/ Brannum, Barnum, Davis, Harris/ McFarland, Keeney, Southerland

File 14- The Harrod Families of Faulkner, Pulaski, and White County, AR, 1831 to later

File 15- Joshua Hartzog- Medal of Honor Winner, 1866-1939

File 16- Hatchett Family Notes- Vol. I-IV, c.1967-?

File 17- Henderson Families Research by Mary Lorene Harrison- also Mobbs, Dickins, Lane, Hartwick, Gibson, Perrin, Sissell, Edwards, Cagle Van Plet, etc.

File 18- Herrington Family Research- England, Abraham, 1790- North Carolina

File 19- Herrington Family Research- Moses Joab Herrington

File 20- Following Hilger Trails- Vol. II, 1994- by Leister E. Presley

File 21- John Henry Hill- born December 23, 1861

File 22- Hardin Hughes- born c. 1795, died April 1, 1857- Hughs/ Hughes Research

File 23- Hughes/ Hughs and Whisnant Family

File 24- Thomas Austin Hulsey (alias Ira Tisher)- son of Susan Margaret Hulsey and G.W. Tisher

File 25- Conner Hurst- born 1827, married 1848 to Ester (Hester) Ann Grant, who was born in 1831, in Hot Springs Co., AR- for Ruth Ann Hurst

File 26- Family Research for Jessie Jeralds, 1988

File 27- Jobe Family Research

File 28- Jones Family Research

File 29- J.T. Johnson Family Research- other names Hawley, Morrill, Sanders and Peterson

File 30- Kirkpatrick Family Research

File 31- Lessenberry/ Williams Family Research

File 32- Magness Family Name (also see Edward sister file 32, box 15)

File 33- Surname- Marsh

File 34- Thomas Mason Family Research

File 35- Amos Matthews Family Research

File 36- Matthew McCauley Family Name

File 37- William McCraw/ Pleasant McCraw Family History

File 38- McElmurry, John

File 39- William McGrew

File 40- W.J.F. Millikin Family Research

File 41- Mitchell Family History

File 42- Moon Family of White County, Arkansas

File 43- Moore Family Research

End of Box 16

 

Box 17

File 1 – Thomas Norris- will written in 1802

File 2 – Florence Olds- Doty granddaughter of Harriet Ann Erwin and John E. Olds

File 3 – O’Neal Surname, 1810 to 1850

File 4 – John Owen/ Mary Ann Bruner- Owen Family History

File 5 – Neelly Family Name

File 6 – Olmstead Family of Heber Springs/ Olmstead Funeral Home

File 7 – Copied pages of The Aftermath of The Civil War in Arkansas - pages 74-87 “Murder of Albert H. Parker”

File 8 – Parmenter Family History

File 9 – Pate Family Research

File 10- Patton Family History

File 11- Pendergrass/ Burcham Family Research

File 12- Petty Family Research

File 13- Plant Family Research

File 14- Hoyt Price Family in White Co., AR and Spartanburg District, South Carolina

File 15- Price Family Name

File 16- Rachels/ Capps Family History

File 17- John F. Randall- Legal Documents and Photos dating from 1865-1914

File 18- Arkansas Census, 1850 (Name- Ray, Wray, Roy)

File 19- Descendants of John Gourd Robbins, 1848-1880

File 20- William Franklin Roberts/ Carrie Ann Harris Roberts- Married June 4, 1909

File 21- Beverly G. Robinson Research on Jacob Robinson, who died in 1828

File 22- Booklet- “A History of the Satterwhite Family” by Mrs. Joe R. Hamilton, 1938- copied from book belonging to Shell Blakely

File 23- Satterwhite Family Research

File 24- Schofner Family History

File 25- Shopner Family Tree

File 26- Sharon Shirk- Correspondence and Smith Family Information, 1976

File 27- Skelton Family Research

File 28- Snowden Family Research

File 29- James C. Southerland Family (married Martha Ann Green, Jan. 17, 1857)

File 30- Spence Family Research

File 31- Manuel Teer/ Martha Cregg Teer Family Research- by James E. (Bill) Teer

File 32- Thomas Family Research

File 33- Thompson/ Heart Family Research- Sumer Co., TN, c.1768-1946

File 34- Correspondence- Louise Thompson Krauss (Mrs. S.G.) Family Names Thompson, Grant, Stark, Blankenship, Olivers

File 35- Van meter Families

File 36- Burwell Walker Family History

File 37- James Walker Family Research

File 38- Welch/ Clement Family Name and Marion Dale Correspondence

File 39- Mortimer Wood Family Research

File 40- Zachariah Wood Family Research

File 41- White County History (Wright/ Baker Farm- Bald Knob, AR)

File 42- Wright/ Blevins Family

End of Box 17

 

Box 18

File 1 – Correspondence- Acc to Alv

File 2 – Correspondence- Anc to Ave

File 3 – Correspondence- Baa to Ban

File 4 – Correspondence- Bar to Bax

File 5 – Correspondence- Bea to Bin

File 6 – Correspondence- Bir to Bow

File 7 – Correspondence- Boy to Bri

File 8 – Correspondence- Bro to Byi

File 9 – Correspondence- Ca to Ce

File 10- Correspondence- Ch to Col

File 11- Correspondence- Com to Coy

File 12- Correspondence- Cra to Cri

File 13- Correspondence- Cro to Cut

File 14- Correspondence- Da to Dh

File 15- Correspondence- Di to Dy

End of Box 18

 

Box 19

File 1 – Correspondence- Ea to El

File 2 – Correspondence- Em to Ex

File 3 – Correspondence- Fa to For

File 4 – Correspondence- Fou to Fut

File 5 – Correspondence- Gag to Gay

File 6 – Correspondence- Gea to Gle

File 7 – Correspondence- Goa to Gof

File 8 – Correspondence- Goi to Gow

File 9 – Correspondence- Gra to Gree

File 10- Correspondence- Gre to Gri

File 11- Correspondence- Gro to Gw

File 12- Correspondence- Ha to Harp

File 13- Correspondence- Har to Haz

File 14- Correspondence- Hea to Hok

File 15- Correspondence- Hol to Hou

End of Box 19

 

Box 20

File 1 – Correspondence- How to Hug

File 2 – Correspondence- Hul to Hy

File 3 – Correspondence- I

File 4 – Correspondence- J

File 5 – Correspondence- Kae to Kin

File 6 – Correspondence- Kir to Ky

File 7 – Correspondence- Lac to Lew

File 8 – Correspondence- Lib to Ly

File 9 – Correspondence- Mac to May

File 10- Correspondence- McA to McC

File 11- Correspondence- McD to Mc El

File 12- Correspondence- McF to McW

File 13- Correspondence- Mea to Mit

File 14- Correspondence- Moe to Mye

End of Box 20

 

Box 21

File 1 – Correspondence- N

File 2 – Correspondence- O

File 3 – Correspondence- Pac to Pay

File 4 – Correspondence- Pea to Pir

File 5 – Correspondence- Pla to Put

File 6 – Correspondence- Q

File 7 – Correspondence- Ra to Ri

File 8 – Correspondence- Ro to Ry

File 9 – Correspondence- Sa to She

File 10- Correspondence- Shi to Sis

File 11- Correspondence- Ska to Sno

File 12- Correspondence- Soe to Spr

End of Box 21

 

Box 22

File 1 – Correspondence- Sta to Sti

File 2 – Correspondence- Sto to Sza

File 3 – Correspondence- Tab to Tho

File 4 – Correspondence- Thr to Tru

File 5 – Correspondence- Tu to Ty

File 6 – Correspondence- U

File 7 – Correspondence- V

File 8 – Correspondence- Wad to Wal

File 9 – Correspondence- Wam to Whe

File 10- Correspondence- Whi to Will

File 11- Correspondence- Wils to Wy

File 12- Correspondence- X, Y, Z

End of Box 22

 

Box 23

File 1 – Copy- “The Arkansas Historical Quarterly” Vol. X, No. 2- “Story of Early Settlement in Central AR” Summer 1951 (pages 118-159)

File 2 – Presley Research- Specializing in Historical and Genealogical Research- Instructions and Price List

File 3 – Copied Reprint “Indexed Atlas of the World” Rand, McNally and Co. (3 Copies- page 1-15)

File 4 – 3 Booklets- #1 “Tips for Writers: Book Typography and Design”- #2 “Tips for Writers:  Marketing Your Books”- #3 “Tips for Writers: Self- Publishing”

File 5 – Book Bindery

File 6 – Ideal Office Machine- Invoices 1989

File 7 – Mrs. Cloie Presley Work Book

File 8 – Presley Research- Client Ledger, 1968 (2 Copies)

File 9 – Presley Research- Client Ledger, 1969 (2 Copies)

File 10- Presley Research- Client Ledger, 1970 (2 Copies)

File 11- Presley Research- Client Ledger, 1971 (2 Copies)

File 12- Presley Research- Client Ledger, 1972 (2 Copies)

File 13- Presley Research- Client Ledger, 1973 (2 Copies)

File 14- Presley Research- Client Ledger, 1974

File 15- Presley Research- Client Ledger, 1975

File 16- Presley Research- Client Ledger, 1975-1976

File 17- Presley Research- Client Ledger, 1977 (2 Copies)

End of Box 23

 

Box 24

File 1 – Presley Research- Client Ledger, 1978

File 2 – Presley Research- Client Ledger, 1979 (2 Copies)

File 3 – Presley Research- Client Ledger, 1980 (2 Copies)

File 4 – Presley Research- Client Ledger, 1981 (2 Copies)

File 5 – Presley Research- Client Ledger, 1982

File 6 – Presley Research- Client Ledger, 1982-1983

File 7 – Presley Research Record Book, c. 1993-1997

File 8 – Requests and Research- Vol. I- pages 1-150

File 9 – Requests and Research- Vol. II- pages 150-300

File 10- Requests and Research- Vol. III- pages 301-450

File 11- Requests and Research- Vol. IV- pages 451-600

File 12- Requests and Research- Vol. V- pages 601-750

File 13- Requests and Research- Vol. VI- pages 751-900

File 14- Requests and Research- Vol. VII- pages 901-1050

File 15- Advertising

File 16- Invoices- A thru I, c.1970-1980s

File 17- Invoices- L thru Y, c.1970-1980s

End of Box 24

 

Box 25

Item 1 – Baedecker’s Northern Germany, by Karl Baedecker, 1900

Item 2 – Baedecker’s Rhine, by Karl Baedecker, 1896

Item 3 – 1885 Rand, McNally and Co.’s Indexed Atlas of the World (Except the United States of America)

Item 4 – 1885 Rand, McNally and Co.’s United States of America section

End of Box 25

Box 26

Item 1 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1830 – Lawrence, Crittenden, St. Francis, Chicot, Crawford, Arkansas, Lafayette, Jackson, Monroe, Izard, Phillips, Conway, Hot               Springs, Sevier, Pope, Washington, Clark, and Jefferson Counties (Ark.)

Item 2 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1840 – Arkansas, Benton, Carroll, Chicot, Conway, Crawford, Crittenden, Desha, Franklin, and Greene Counties (Ark.)

Item 3 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1840 – Hempstead, Hot Springs Independence, Izard, Jackson, Jefferson, and Johnson Counties (Ark.)

Item 4 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1840 – Lafayette, Lawrence, Madison, Marion, Mississippi, Monroe, Phillips, Pike, Pope, Poinsett, Pope, and Pulaski Counties (Ark.)

Item 5 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1850 –Randolph, St. Francis, Saline, Scott, Searcy, Sevier, Union, Van Buren, Washington, and White Counties (Ark.)

Item 6 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1850 – Arkansas, Ashley, Benton, Bradley, Carroll, Chicot, Clark, Conway, Crawford, and Crittenden Counties (Ark.)

Item7 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1850 – Dallas, Desha, Drew, Franklin, Fulton, Greene, Hempstead, Hot Springs, and Independence Counties (Ark.)

Item 8 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1850 – Izard, Jefferson, Johnson, Lafayette, Lawrence, and Madison Counties (Ark.)

Item 9 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1850 - Marion, Mississippi, Izard, Monroe, Montgomery, Newton, Ouachita, and Perry Counties (Ark.)

Item 10- Microfilm - Census Records, 1850 – Phillips, Pike, Poinsett, Polk, Pope, Prairie and Pulaski Counties (Ark.)

Item 11- Microfilm - Census Records, 1850 – Randolph, St. Francis, Saline, Scott, Searcy, Sevier, and Union Counties (Ark.)

Item 12- Microfilm - Census Records, 1860 – Arkansas, Ashley, and Benton Counties (Ark.)

Item 13- Microfilm - Census Records, 1860 –Arkansas, Bradley, Calhoun, Carroll, and Chicot Counties (Ark.)

Item 14- Microfilm - Census Records, 1860 - Clark, Columbia, and Conway Counties (Ark.)

Item 15- Microfilm - Census Records, 1860 - Crawford, Crittenden, Craighead, and Dallas Counties (Ark.)

Item 16- Microfilm - Census Records, 1860 – Desha, Drew, Franklin, and Fulton Counties (Ark.)

Item 17- Microfilm - Census Records, 1860 – Greene, Hempstead, and Hot Springs Counties (Ark.)

Item 18- Microfilm - Census Records, 1860 – Independence and Izard Counties (Ark.)

Item 19- Microfilm - Census Records, 1860 – Jackson, Jefferson, and Johnson Counties (Ark.)

Item 20- Census Records 1860 – Lafayette , Lawrence, and Madison Counties (Ark.)

Item 21- Microfilm - Census Records, 1860 – Marion, Mississippi, Monroe, Montgomery, and Newton Counties (Ark.)

Item 22- Microfilm - Census Records, 1860 – Ouachita, Perry, and Phillips Counties (Ark.)

Item 23- Microfilm - Census Records, 1860 – Poinsett, Polk, Pope, and Prairie Counties (Ark.)

Item 24- Microfilm - Census Records, 1860 – Pulaski, Randolph, and St. Francis Counties (Ark.)

Item 25- Microfilm - Census Records, 1860 – Saline, Scott, Searcy, and Sebastian Counties (Ark.)

Item 26- Microfilm - Census Records, 1860 – Sevier, Union, and Van Buren Counties (Ark.)

Item 27- Microfilm - Census Records, 1860 – Washington, White, Yell Counties, and Indian Lands (Ark.)

End of Box 26

 

Box 27

Item 1 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 - Arkansas, Ashley, and Benton Counties (Ark.)

Item 2 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 - Boone, Bradley, and Calhoun Counties (Ark.)

Item 3 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 - Carroll, Chicot, and Clark Counties (Ark,)

Item 4 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 - Columbia, and Conway Counties

Item 5 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 - Craighead, Crawford, and Crittenden Counties (Ark.)

Item 6 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 - Cross, Dallas, Desha, and Drew Counties (Ark.)

Item 7 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 - Franklin, Fulton, and Grant Counties (Ark.)

Item 8 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 - Greene, Hempstead, and Hot Springs Counties (Ark.)

Item 9 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 - Independence and Izard Counties (Ark.)

Item 10- Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 – Jackson and Jefferson Counties (Ark.)

Item 11- Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 – Johnson and Lafayette Counties (Ark.)

Item 12- Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 – Lawrence, Little River, Madison, Marion, and Mississippi Counties (Ark.)

Item 13- Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 – Monroe, Montgomery, Newton, Ouachita, and Perry Counties (Ark.)

Item 14- Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 – Phillips, Pike, and Poinsett Counties (Ark.)

Item 15- Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 – Polk, Pope, and Prairie Counties (Ark.)

Item 16- Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 – Pulaski County (Ark.)

Item 17- Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 – Randolph, Saline, and Scott Counties (Ark.)

Item 18- Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 – Searcy, Sebastian, and Sevier Counties (Ark.)

Item 19- Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 – Sharp, St. Francis, and Union Counties (Ark.)

Item 20- Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 – Van Buren and Washington Counties (Ark.)

Item 21- Microfilm - Census Records, 1870 – White, Woodruff, and Yell Counties (Ark.)

End of Box 27

 

Box 28

Item 1 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 - Arkansas and Ashley Counties (Ark.)

Item 2 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 - Baxter and Benton Counties (Ark.)

Item 3 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 - Benton, Boone, and Bradley Counties (Ark.)

Item 4 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 - Calhoun, Carroll, and Chicot Counties (Ark.)

Item 5 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 - Clark and Clay Counties (Ark.)

Item 6 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 - Cleburne, Cleveland, and Columbia Counties (Ark.)

Item 7 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 - Conway and Craighead Counties (Ark.)

Item 8 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 - Crawford and Crittenden Counties (Ark.)

Item 9 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 - Cross, Dallas, Desha, and Drew Counties (Ark.)

Item 10- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Drew, Faulkner, and Franklin Counties (Ark.)

Item 11- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Franklin, Fulton, Garland, and Grant Counties (Ark.)

Item 12- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Grant, Greene, and Hempstead Counties (Ark.)

Item 13- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Hot Springs, Howard, and Independence Counties (Ark.)

Item 14- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Independence, Izard, and Jackson Counties (Ark.)

Item 15- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Jefferson County (Ark.)

Item 16- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Johnson, Lafayette, and Lawrence Counties (Ark.)

Item 17- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Lee, Lincoln, and Little River Counties (Ark.)

Item 18- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Logan and Lonoke Counties (Ark.)

Item 19- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Lonoke, Madison, and Marion Counties (Ark.)

Item 20- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Miller, Mississippi, and Monroe Counties (Ark.)

Item 21- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Montgomery, Nevada, and Perry Counties (Ark.)

Item 22- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Newton and Ouachita Counties (Ark.)

Item 23- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Phillips, Pike, and Poinsett Counties (Ark.)

Item 24- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Polk, and Pope Counties (Ark.)

Item 25- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Prairie and Pulaski Counties (Ark.)

Item 26- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Pulaski and Randolph Counties (Ark.)

Item 27- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – St. Francis, Saline, and Scott Counties (Ark.)

Item 28- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Searcy, Sevier, and Sebastian Counties (Ark.)

Item 29- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Sebastian, Sharp, and Stone Counties (Ark.)

Item 30- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Union and Van Buren Counties (Ark.)

Item 31- Microfilm - Census Records, 1900 – Washington and White Counties (Ark.)

Item 32- Census Records, 1900 – White, Woodruff, and Yell Counties (Ark.)

End of Box 28

 

Box 29

Item 1 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 - Arkansas, Ashley, Baxter, and Boone Counties (Ark.)

Item 2 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 - Benton, Bradley, and Calhoun Counties (Ark.)

Item 3 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 - Carroll, Chicot, and Clark Counties (Ark.)

Item 4 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 - Clay, Cleburne, Cleveland, and Columbia Counties (Ark.)

Item 5 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 - Conway and Craighead Counties (Ark.)

Item 6 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 - Crawford, Crittenden, Cross, and Dallas Counties (Ark.)

Item 7 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 - Desha, Drew, and Faulkner Counties (Ark.)

Item 8 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 - Franklin, Fulton, and Garland Counties (Ark.)

Item 9 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 - Grant, Greene, and Hot Springs Counties (Ark.)

Item 10- Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 – Hempstead, Howard, and Independence Counties (Ark.)

Item 11- Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 – Izard, Lafayette, and Jackson Counties (Ark.)

Item 12- Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 – Logan and Lonoke Counties (Ark.)

Item 13- Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 – Madison, Marion, and Miller Counties (Ark.)

Item 14- Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 – Perry, Phillips, and Pike Counties (Ark.)

Item 15 - Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 – Poinsett, Polk, Pope, and Prairie Counties (Ark.)

Item 16- Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 – Pulaski County (Ark.)

Item 17- Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 – Pulaski, Randolph, and St. Francis Counties (Ark.)

Item 18- Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 – Saline, Scott, Searcy, and Stone Counties (Ark.)

Item 19- Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 – Sevier, Union, and Van Buren Counties (Ark.)

Item 20- Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 – Washington and White Counties (Ark.)

Item 21- Microfilm - Census Records, 1910 – Woodruff and Yellville Counties (Ark.)

End of Box 29

 

Box 30

Item 1 – Microfilm - The Jacksonian - Nov. 27, 1890 to May 31, 1894

Item 2 – Microfilm - The Jacksonian - June 7, 1894 to Dec. 16, 1897

Item 3 – Microfilm - The Jacksonian - Jan. 6, 1898 to Nov. 1, 1900

Item 4 – Microfilm - The Jacksonian - Mar. 21, 1901 to Sept. 29, 1904

Item 5 – Microfilm - The Jacksonian - Oct. 6, 1904 to Oct. 18, 1906 - Daily Jacksonian Aug. 12-28, 1891 - Weekly News 1862, White County Record Sept. 29, 1927 - Mark Tree Tribune - Jan. 20, July 1928

Item 6 – Microfilm - Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant application files, Benjamin Prescot to Presson

Item 7 – Microfilm - Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant application files, Henry Puckett to Joseph Puterbaugh

Item 8 – Microfilm - Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant application files, Anthony Bean to Ebenezer Bean

Item 9 – Microfilm - Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant application files, Henry Bean to William Bean

Item 10- Microfilm - Rev. War Records Dum to Dunbar

Item 11- Microfilm - Old Settler Cherokee Index 1895

Item 12- Microfilm - Old Settler Cherokee Census 1895

Item 13- Microfilm - Oklahoma Genealogical Society Microfilm Publication No. 1 – A Compilation of Records from the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory includes: 1896 Census, Marriage, Probate, Church, Cemetery and School Records, etc.

Item 14- Microfilm - Census Records 1820 - Appling, Baldwin, Emanuel, Habersham, Erwin and Jasper Counties (GA)

Item 15- Microfilm - Census Records 1820 - Jefferson, Morgan, Talfair, Walton Counties (GA)

Item 16- Microfilm - Census Records 1850 – Fayette, Effingham, Elbert, and Emanuel Counties (GA)

Item 17- Microfilm - Census Records 1880 – Georgia Soundex

Item 18- Microfilm - Census Records 1850 - Butler, Caldwell, and Calloway (KY)

Item 19- Microfilm - Census Records 1810 (LA)

Item 20- Microfilm - Census Records 1820 – Ascension, Assumption, Lafourche, St. Bernard, St. Charles, St, Helena, St. Jacques, St. John Baptist, and St. Landry Counties Parishes (LA)

Item 21- Microfilm - Census Records 1820 – Avoyelles, Catahoula, Concordia, Feliciana, Iberville, W. Baton Rouge, Natchitoches, Ouachita, Pointe Coupee, Rapides Washington, St. Mary, St. Martin, and St. Tammany Parishes (LA)

Item 22- Microfilm - Census Records 1820 – E. Baton Rouge, New Orleans (city), Orleans, and Plaquemines Parishes (LA)

Item 23- Microfilm - Census Records 1860 – Adams, Amite, and Attala Counties (MS)

Item 24- Microfilm - Census Records 1850 – Holmes, Issaquena, and Itawamba Counties (MS)

Item 25- Microfilm - Census Records 1860 – Itawamba and Jaspar Counties (MS)

Item 26- Microfilm - Census Records 1870 – Cedar and Chariton Counties (MO)

Item 27- Microfilm - Census Records 1870 – St. Clair, St. Genevieve, St. Francis Counties (MO)

Item 28- Microfilm - Census Records – Missouri Soundex

Item 29- Microfilm - Census Records – Missouri Soundex

Item 30- Microfilm - North Carolina, Land Grants in Tennessee, 1778-1791

End of Box 30

 

Box 31

Item 1 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1810 - Abbeville, Barnwell, Beaufort, Charleston, Chester, Chesterfield, and Colleton Counties (SC)

Item 2 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1810 - Darlington, Edgefield, Greenville, Horry, Kershaw, Fairfield, and Georgetown Counties (SC)

Item 3 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1810 - Lancaster, Laurens, Lexington, Marion, Marlboro, Newberry, Orangeburg, Pendleton, Richland, Spartanburg, Sumter, Union, Williamsburg, and York Counties (SC)

Item 4 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1850 - Giles County (TN)

Item 5 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1850 - Jackson and Jefferson Counties (TN)

Item 6 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1850 - Robertson, Rutherford Counties (TN)

Item 7 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1850 - Scott, Sevier, and Shelby Counties (TN)

Item 8 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1850 - Coffee and Davidson Counties (TN)

Item 9 – Microfilm - Census Records, 1850 - Franklin and Gibson Counties (TN)

Item 10- Microfilm - Census Records, 1810 – Rutherford County (TN)

Item 11- Microfilm - Census Records, 1820 – Bedford, Davidson, Hardin, Hickman, Humphreys, Montgomery, Overton, Perry, Warren, Wayne, White, and Wilson               Counties (TN)

Item 12- Microfilm - Census Records, 1820 – Giles, Maury, Rutherford, Shelby, Stuart, and Sumner Counties (TN)

Item 13- Microfilm - Census Records, 1820 – Robertson, Smith, and Williamson Counties (TN)

Item 14- Microfilm - Census Records 1820 – Dickson, Franklin, Jackson, Lawrence, and Lincoln Counties (TN)

Item 15- Microfilm - History of Biographical and Historical Memoirs of West Tennessee – Carroll, Henry, Benton, Henderson, Chester, Decatur, McNairy, Hardin, Madison, Gibson, Obion, Weakly, Dyer, Lake, Lauderdale, Haywood, Crockett, Fayette, Hardeman, and Shelby Counties

Item 16- Microfilm - Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Middle Tennessee – White, Warren, Coffee, DeKalb, Cannon, Sumner, Smith, Macon, Trousdale, Giles, Lincoln, Franklin, Moore, Montgomery, Robertson, Humphreys, Stuart, Dickson, Cheatham, Lawrence, Wayne, Perry, Hickman, and Lewis Counties

Item 17- Microfilm - Biographical and Historical Memoirs of East Tennessee – James, Bradley, Polk, Monroe, McMinn, Meigs, Rhey, Roane, Loudon, Blount, Sevier, Anderson, Morgan, Campbell, Claiborne, Union, Grainger, Jefferson, Cocke, Hamblin, Hancock, Greene, Hawkins, Washington, Unicoi, Carter, Sullivan, Johnson, Knox, and Hamilton Counties (TN)

Item 18- Microfilm – General History of Tennessee

Item 19- Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Northeast Arkansas, 1889 – Green, Clay, Fulton, Craighead, Randolph, Mississippi, Poinsett, Independence, Sharp, Lawrence, Jackson, and Izard

Item 20- Historical Memoirs of Northwest Arkansas, 1889 – Benton, Washington, Carroll, Madison, Crawford, Franklin, and Sebastian Counties

Item 21- Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Eastern Arkansas, 1890

Item 22- Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Central Arkansas, 1889 – Jefferson, Saline, Hot Spring, Pulaski, Garland, Lonoke, Perry, Faulkner, and Grant Counties

Item 23- Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Western Arkansas, 1891 – Yale, Pope, Johnson, Logan, Scott, Polk, Montgomery, and Conway Counties

Item 24- Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Southern Arkansas, 1890 – Miller, Sevier, Howard, Pike, Lafayette, Clark, Hempstead, Columbia, Little River, Nevada, Cleveland, Ouachita, Dallas, Bradley, Calhoun, Union, Ashley, Drew, Lincoln, Desha, Chicot Counties

Item 25- White County Tax History, 1837-1858

Item 26- Letter Book of Arkansas Trading House, 1805-1810

Item 27- Arkansas Trading Post Journal – Indian Trade, 1805-1810

Item 28- Census Records, 1790 – Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, and Virginia

Item 29- Census Records, 1790 – New York, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania

End of Box 31

 

Box 32

Item 1 – Map of Early Arkansas

Item 2 – Map of Arkansas, c.1834

Item 3 – New Map of Arkansas, c.1836 - compiled from the latest information by James Callan, Civil Engineer

Item 4 – Map of Arkansas- CRAM’S Atlas, c.1900 - also Oklahoma and Indian Territory, and Eastern Texas

Item 5 – Information on Arkansas from Indexed Atlas of the World, c.1884

Item 6 – Faulkner County Township Maps, undated - 3 copies

Item 7 – Map of Heber Springs, (Cleburn Co.) AR, undated

Item 8 – Map of Beebe, (White Co.) AR - Voting Wards

Item 9 – Map of Germany, undated

Item 10- Map of Missouri, c.1880 (1 original and 1 copy)

Item 11- Map of Oklahoma Indian Territory

Item 12- Map of Tennessee and Kentucky- Counties and Railroads

Item 13- Map of Tennessee Territory (2 Copies)

Item 14- Map- Early Cumberland Settlements in Tennessee- undated

Item 15- Map- Upper Cumberland Valley- Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia

Item 16- Sections of Maps for Sale by Mrs. Presley

Item 17- Ancestor Charts

End of Box 32

 

Box 33

Item 1 – Hedy Lamarr- Movie Star Glamour Portrait WWII Era- “St. Louis Post Dispatch” January 11, 1942

Item 2 – Newspaper “The Daily Citizen” Searcy, AR- Wednesday, May 14, 1940

Item 3 – Several Newspapers- WWII Declared Dec. 8, 1941- Includes “St. Louis Starr Times”,  “St. Louis Post- Dispatch”, “St. Louis Globe- Democrat” (Dec. 9, 1941), “The Mornin Union (Grass Valley, CA (Dec. 9, 1941), “St. Louis Post Dispatch- Society Section” (Sun., Jan. 11, 1942)

Item 4 – Newspaper- “The Advance” Judsonia, AR c.1908

Item 5 – Newspaper- (Pangburn, White Co., AR) c.1913

Item 6 – Newspaper-“The Bald Knob Eagle” c. July 22, 1921

Item 7 – Newspaper- “Newport Daily Independent” c. May 27, 1922

Item 8 – Newspaper- “The Daily Citizen” Searcy, AR, July 29, 1936, White Co. Centennial 1835-1936

Item 9 – Newspaper- Special Supplement “Arkansas Gazette ‘The Epic of Arkansas 1836-1936’” by John Gould Fletcher

Item 10- Newspaper- “Searcy Daily Citizen” Wednesday, May 28, 1958

Item 11- Newspaper- Supplement to “The Arkansas Gazette ‘University of Central Arkansas Centennial, 1871-1971’”

Item 12- Newspaper- Supplement to “The Arkansas Gazette ‘Gazette Staff Tribute to Editor J. N. Heiskell’” November 2, 1972

Item 13- Newspaper- Supplement to “The Arkansas Gazette ‘150 Years of Statehood’” c.1836-1986

Item 14- Newspaper- Section from “The Daily Citizen” Searcy, AR, Sun., June 8, 1986

Item 15- Newspaper- Supplement to “The Daily Citizen ‘White County- 151 Years Old, 1835-1986’”- November 23, 1986

End of Box 33

 

Box 34

Item 1 – Copied- AR State Survey Maps and Field Notes, c.1815

Item 2 – Copied- Newspaper Articles “White Co. Citizen,” c.1936

Item 3 – Copied- Newspaper Articles on White County, Arkansas

Item 4 – Copied- Newspaper Articles on long ago White County Residents, 1979-1985 by Gladys Richardson

End of Box 34

 

Box 35- Newspapers

Item 1 – The Licking News, Licking, Missouri (Condition: Poor) - Vol. 29 #26- December 8, 1922

Item 2 – The Morning Union, Nevada City, California (Condition: Fair) - March 15, 1928

Item 3 – Oakland Tribune, Oakland, California (Condition: Poor) - Vol. 114 #20- January 20, 1931

Item 4 – The Licking News, Licking, Missouri (Condition: Poor) - Vol. 45 #19- May 20, 1938

Item 5 – The Licking News, Licking, Missouri (Condition: Poor) - Vol. 49 #11- March 12, 1942

Item 6 – The Licking News, Licking, Missouri (Condition: Poor) - Vol. 49 #24- June 11, 1942

Item 7 – The Licking News, Licking, Missouri (Condition: Poor) - Vol. 50 # 34- September 2, 1943

Item 8 – Morrilton Democrat, Morrilton, Arkansas (Condition:  Very Poor) - Vol. 51 #36- October 10, 1946 - Fiftieth Anniversary Edition

Item 9 – The Licking News, Licking, Missouri (Condition: Fair) - Vol. 58 #25- April 16, 1951

Item 10- The Licking News, Licking, Missouri (Condition: Fair) - Vol. 58 #27- April 23, 1951

Item 11- The Licking News, Licking, Missouri (Condition: Fair) - Vol. 58 #29- April 30, 1951

Item 12- St. Louis Post- Dispatch (Condition: Fair) - August 8, 1971- Pages 1-32G

Item 13- St. Louis Post- Dispatch (Condition: Fair) - August 8, 1971- Pages 1-32J

Item 14- St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Condition: Fair) - Vol. 96 #218- August 9, 1974

Item 15- St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Condition: Fair) - Vol. 96 #218- August 9, 1974- Section 1-12B

Item 16- St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Condition: Fair) - Vol. 96 #218- August 9, 1974- Section 1-8C

Item 17- St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Condition: Fair) - Vol. 96 #218- August 9, 1974

Item 18- St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Condition: Fair); Undated

End of Box 35

End of Collection