M94-13 - BILL SAYGER COLLECTION

Box 1

File 1 – Professional Correspondence- J.G. Theweatt/Arkansas’ first Superhighway, 1930-1932

File 2 – Correspondence, 1982-1989

File 3 – Correspondence, 1990-1994

File 4 – Correspondence and Photos, 1994-1995

File 5 – Correspondence with James R. Fair, 1990-1994

File 6 – Correspondence with Wayne Coffman, 1992-1994

File 7 – Correspondence with Tom Dillard, 1994-1996

File 8 – 2 Books, American Heritage Vol. XIV No. 5, August 1963 American Heritage Vol. XV No. 1, December 1963 Featuring some A.R. Waud Sketches of Chicago Fire and New Orleans

File 9 – Book, Biscoe Remembered by Bill Sayger, 1989

File 10- Book, Brasfield Remembered by Bill Sayger, 1982

File 11- Book, DeValls Bluff Remembrancer by Bill Sayger, 1989

File 12- Gravestone of known Black Union Soldiers buried at Biscoe and DeValls Bluff in Prairie Co., Arkansas

File 13- Book, A Hazen Remembrance by Bill Sayger, 1989

File 14- Book, Memories in Pictures Second Edition, by Wayne Coffman “The Petty Family of Arkansas”

File 15- A Photo Album featuring descendants of James Anderson Mashburn, 1868-1926, and Sarah Jane Fletcher Mashburn, 1873-1957, by Bill Sayger, 1990

File 16- Sanborn Insurance-Maps for DeValls Bluff, Prairie Co., 1913, 1924, and 1950

File 17- List of known burials in St. Paul’s Cemetery (Black) near Beula and North of Biscoe in Prairie Co., AR

File 18- List of Bill Sayger’s Works and Donations to this and other libraries, 2003

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Box 2

File 1 – Manuscript of the Sager/Sayger/Saeger Family in America, the descendants of Melchoir (born 1636) and Anna Marie Seeger, with original Photographs by Bill Sayger (1989 with later revisions)

File 2 – Book (copy 1), The Sager/Sayger/Saeger Family in America, the descendants of Melchoir (born 1636) and Anna Maria Seeger by Bill Sayger

File 3 – Book (copy 2), The Sager/Sayger/Saeger Family in America, the descendants of Melchoir (born 1636) and Anna Maria Seeger by Bill Sayger

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Box 3

File 1 – Book, The Brown Operations W.P. Brown & Sons Lumber Co. Inc. Louisville, Kentucky

File 2 – Negative of W.P. Brown & Sons Lumber Mill at Brasfield, Prairie Co., AR about 1920

File 3 – Photos, Brown Lumber Co. 1918-1920’s, Near Brasfield, AR., Cache River Bottom fishing & hunting, early 1900’s

File 4 – Copies of 3 Photos, W.P. Brown & Sons Lumber Co. & Employees Brasfield Prairie Co., AR

File 5 – Negative of some of the “Yearbook of 1922” W.P. Brown & Sons Lumber Co. Sawmill Photos (Some of these in Brasfield Remembered)

File 6 – Louisville’s Invisible Benefactor, The Life Story of James Graham Brown, 1881-1969 by Dorothy Park Clark (Co-owner of W.P. Brown & Sons Lumber Co.)

File 7 – Time Sheets and Payroll for W.P. Brown & Sons Lumber Co., Brafield, AR 1934-1935

File 8 – Manuscript of Mashburn Book Manuscript with Original Photographs by Bill Sayger (1990)

File 9 – Book (master copy), The Prairie County, Arkansas Slave Narrative by Bill Sayger (1990)

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Box 4

File 1 – Manuscript for Biscoe Remembered by Bill Sayger, 1989

File 2 – Manuscript for Brasfield Remembered by Bill Sayger, 1982

File 3 – Manuscript for A DeValls Bluff Remembrance by Bill Sayger, 1989 with tracing of DeValls Bluff Map and Drawing of Sanders Home

File 4 – Manuscript of A Hazen Remembrance by Bill Sayger

File 5 – Selected pages from The Goodspeed’s 1890 Biographical and historical memoirs of Eastern AR Pertaining to Prairie Co. with map of Early DeValls Bluff and drawing

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Box 5

File 1 – Negatives- Biscoe Remembered photos & DeValls from Roger & Rita Farris

File 2 – Negatives, some photos appear in Brasfield Remembered Book and A DeValls Bluff Remembrancer

File 3 – Louis Jordan, blues and jazz musician born and raised in Brinkley, Monroe Co., AR (Brasfield Remembered)

File 4 – Negatives, photos in Brasfield Remembered

File 5 – Negatives, some photos in Hazen Book

File 6 – Negatives, some of the photos in the Sayger and Mashburn book, Photo of Peter Sayger (1807-1886) and others

File 7 – Some Sayger Family photos, some late 1800’s and early 1900’s

File 8 – Photos by Bill Sayger, Memphis, Tennessee, 1963-1964

File 9 – Photos, Hill Lake, near North Little Rock, AR, 1969 and 1984

File 10- Photos, Conway, Faulkner Co., AR, 1969 or 1970

File 11- Photos of the Sayger Brother fishing on the Cache and Old Rivers in 1969 and 1970’s

File 12- Photos, Cache River near Brasfield, AR, 1969 or 1970

File 13- Photos Memphis, TN 1969 or 1970

File 14- Photos, Troys Bate Shop 2515 N. Broadway, NLR, AR, 1983

File 15- Photos, Old Homes, Bridges, Depots in and near Brasfield, Prairie Co., AR and Little Rock, Pulaski Co., AR

File 16- Photos, Old Homes Railroad bridges & bayous in Brasfield and Prairie Co., AR, 1984

File 17- Photos, Brasfield, Bisco, and Clarendon, AR, 1985-1986

File 18- Photos, Brasfield, DeValls & Hazen in Prairie Co. and Little Rock Pulaski Co., AR, 1986

File 19- Photos, Sayger Family, Casche River, Brasfield and Hazen, Arkansas 1986-1987

File 20- Photos, Sayger family, Old Homes, Casche River, Brasfield and DeValls Bluff, Prairie Co., AR 1987-1989

File 21- Color Photos(4”x 5 7/8”) (3) - Gov. Bill Clinton, L.R. AR, Red Ribbon Anti Drug Week, October 1989

File 22- Photos, in and near Brasfield, Prairie Co., AR 1990

File 23- Photos, Brasfield, Devalls Bluff, Little Rock, AR 1990-1991

File 24- Photos, Troy Sayger diving for Shells and bottles in Casche River near Brasfield, AR (Prairie Co) July 1991 and Aug. 1993

File 25- Photos, Buildings and Seascapes of Corpus Christi, Texas July 1991

File 26- Photos, Biscoe, Brasfield & DeValls Bluff, Prairie Co., AR 1991-1993

File 27- Photos, 3-(10 ½” x 13 ½”) Color Photos of Cypress Trees and Soybean fields

File 28- Photos and Old Post Cards, Memphis, TN c. 1906 Easter Cards- c. 1900’s, WWII era Post Cards, 1942

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Box 6

File 1 – Arkansas Times- July 1985, Article by Bill Sayger, “The End of The Line” (Rock Island and Pacific Railroad) pp.44

File 2 – Chinese in the Post Civil War South A people without a history (Arkansas mentioned on pp. 64-67, 78-79, and 144-146) by Lucy M. Cohen

File 3 – Cincinnati Locomotive Builders 1845-1868, by John H. White 1965

File 4 – Cotton Picking Book and Calculator (2 copies) 1950, 1951

File 5 – The History of Hardy County (West Virginia) 1786-1896, Conrad Sager mentioned on pp. 142

File 6 – Hardy County Family History to 1990- Project of the Hardy County Commission, 1991, Conrad Sager mentioned on pp. 71, 207

File 7 – Life and Labor in the Old South by Ulrich Bonnell Phillips, 1948 (Arkansas pp. 63, 103)

File 8 – The North Arkansas Line, the story of the Missouri and North Arkansas Railroads by James R. Fair, Jr.

File 9 – Manuscript and Correspondence Taps to a Company Town by Joe T. Carmack, 1980’s

File 10- Central Delta Depot Museum

File 11- Journal - Central Delta Historical Journal, 1997-2001

File 12- Newsletter - “Doodlebug” Central Delta Historical Society, 2002-2006

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