Rare Newspaper Collection

UCA Archives Newspaper Collection

 Various newspapers collected and donated to the archives covering a range of topics and dates. Some papers come from Arkansas while others come from neighboring states.

News Box 1

A Different Drummer, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 1 #11 – Jul. 1970

 

AFYR Examiner, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 2 #2 – May 1973
  • 2 #3 – Aug. 1973

 

Air Scoop, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 36 #34 – Sept. 6, 1991-1991 Open House Special Issue

 

Allen’s Magazine, Arkansas City, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 1 #1 – Oct. 1920

 

Appleton Post-Crescent, Appleton, Wisconsin (Condition: Fair)

  • Headline reads, “Luftwaffe is Target of 1000 Yankee Bombers” -Tuesday, 11, 1944

 

Arkansas 1776, Lancaster, Pennsylvania (Condition: Very good)

  • An Arkansas Story Coloring Book, a Gravette Giant – c. 1976

 

Arkansas Advocate, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 1 #10 – May 1973
  • 3 #7 – Aug. 1974
  • 3 #8 – Mar. 1975
  • 3 #9 – Apr. 1975

 

Arkansas Bicycle Club Newsletter, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Very Good)

  • 20 #12 – Dec. 1995
  • 21 #1 – Jan. 1996
  • 21 #5 – May 1996
  • 21 #7 – Jul. 1996

 

Arkansas Centennial, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • Bounded, 3 copies: “Presenting a century of growth and development of the state from 1836-1936” – 14, 1936

 

Arkansas College Bulletin, Batesville, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 64 #1 – Feb. 1958

 

Arkansas Computer Journal, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Very Good)

  • 9 #11 – Nov. 1996
  • 10 #2 – Feb. 1997
  • 10 #6 – Jun./Jul. 1997

 

Arkansas Farmer, Conway, Arkansas (Condition: Poor, very brittle)

  • 23 #20 – Jul. 13, 1917

 

Arkansas Municipalities, West Memphis, Arkansas (Very good) -The Magazine for Municipal Officials

  • 3 #6 – Apr. 1938

 

Arkansas Report, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 1 #1 – Jan. 1969

End Box 1

 

 

News Box 2: Arkansas Democrat

Arkansas Democrat, Little Rock, Arkansas

  • Little Rock Centennial Edition, bounded – 8, 1931 (Condition: Fair)
  • 172nd year #59 – June 14, 1936 -Arkansas’ Centennial 1836-1936-(Condition: Good)
  • Progress Edition (29th Year) #204, bounded – 23, 1950
  • Polio Threat Conquered by Salk Vaccine – April 22, 1955(Condition: Good)
  • Business Review and Industrial Development Sections – Sun., 27, 1957(Condition: Good)
  • LBJ Pledges to Use ‘Full Resources’ of U.S. in Rights Fight –March 14, 1965(Condition: Good)
  • 101st year #1 – October 2, 1971 -Arkansas Democrat’s Centennial 1871-1971
  • 101st year #2 – October 3, 1971 (pages 1-56)
  • Centennial Edition: Reviewing A Century of Arkansas Progress 1871-1971 – Oct. 3, 1971 (Good)
  • 106th year – June 20, 1976 -National Bicentennial 1771-1976
  • 108th year – 1978 Arkansas flood -October 5, 1978
  • 110th year #112 –Jan. 21, 1981-American hostages released, Pres. Reagan Inaugurated
  • 110th year #181 – March 31, 1981 -President Reagan shot
  • Sesquicentennial Edition 1836-1986 – Jun. 15, 1986 (Condition: Fair)

End News Box 2

 

 

 

News Box 3: Arkansas Democrat Gazette

Arkansas Democrat Gazette, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Very Good)

  • 19, 1991 (2 copies)
  • 19, 1991 -“It’s Over! Gazette Closes”; “News Saddens Even Gazette’s Critics”; “$68 Million Buys Assets of Paper’s Name”; “Democrat-Gazette Born, Offers Best of Both Papers”; Sections A, B, C, D, E, F
  • 4, 1992 -“Clinton Wins”; “From to Glory”; “Governor Dominates in Electoral Landslide”; Section A & B only
  • The 52nd Presidential Inaugural (William Jefferson Clinton) – Jan. 21, 1993 (Condition: Very Good)
  • “New Orleans Going Under” – Sept. 1, 2005 (Condition: Good)
  • “Obituraries: Conway – Dr. Ronald V. Mitchell” – May 6, 2009 (Condition: Very Good)
  • “UCA advised: Follow counsel of U.S. on data” – August 22, 2009

 

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette: River Valley and Ozark Edition (Condition: Very Good)

  • “Giving Hearts”, by Natalie Horton- Thursday, September 24, 2009

End News Box 3

 

 

News Box 4A: Arkansas Gazette

Arkansas Gazette, Little Rock, Arkansas

  • A Centennial 1819-1919 – 20, 1919 — 3 copies (Condition: Fair)
  • “History of The Arkansas Press Association”, Pages 7-9 – 8, 1922 (Condition: Fair)
  • “The Press of Arkansas for More Than 100 Years”, Pages 9-14 – 9, 1922
  • Presents Arkansas Historical Development and Prosperity Number – 5, 1929 (Condition: Poor)
  • Monday, October 19, 1931 – Article “Death Comes to Thomas A. Edison Oct. 18, 1931, age 84”- 14 pages, (Condition: FRAGILE) -Donated by Judy & Gene Corcoran (Dec. 15, 2005)
  • 112 #350 – Nov. 7, 1931 – 2 COPIES (Condition: Fair)
  • 117 #209 – Jun. 15, 1936- (2)- State Centennial Ed. 1836-1936 (Condition: Fair)

End of Box 4A

 

 

News Box 4B: Arkansas Gazette

Arkansas Gazette, Little Rock, Arkansas

  • 117 #209 – Jun. 15, 1936 -State Centennial Edition 1836-1936 (Condition: Fair)
  • Wednesday, Aug. 15, 1945, vol. 126, No. 268- “Japan Surrenders” (Fair)- Donated by Jack Case
  • Pulaski Judge Affirms Legality of Dog Racing – Wed. July 10, 1957 (Condition: Good)
  • 162nd year #63 – Jan. 21, 1981-American hostages released, President Reagan Inaugurated (Poor)
  • Section J – Feb. 9, 1986-150 Years of Statehood 1836-1986 (Condition: Good)
  • 17, 1991, No. 59- “U.S. at War (with Iraq) Bust Tells Nation” (Condition: Good)
  • 172nd Year #333 – Oct. 18, 1991 (Condition: Very good)
  • 172nd year, No. 333 Oct. 18, 1991 (the last issue of the Gazette) Oldest Newspaper West of the Mississippi- “Gazette Employee Buyout Fails” -Original price: 35 cents

End of Box 4B

 

News Box 5: Arkansas Legionnaire

Arkansas Legionnaire, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • Vol. 27 #10 – Mar. 4, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #11 – Mar. 11, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #14 – Apr. 1, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #16 – Apr. 15, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #18 – Apr. 29, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #19 – May 13, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #20 – May 27, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #22 – Jun. 25, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #25 – Jul. 16, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #26 – Jul. 23, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #28 – Aug. 6, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #29 – Aug. 20, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #30 – Aug. 27, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #33 – Sept. 17, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #34 – Sept. 24, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #35 – Oct. 1, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #36 – Oct. 8, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #37 – Oct. 15, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #38 – Oct. 22, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #39 – Oct. 29, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #40 – Nov. 5, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #41 – Nov. 12, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #42 – Nov. 19, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #43 – Nov. 26, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #44 – Dec. 3, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #45 – Dec. 10, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #46 – Dec. 17, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #47 – Dec. 24, 1948
  • Vol. 27 #48 – Dec. 31, 1948
  • Vol. 28 #1 – Jan. 7, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #3 – Jan. 21, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #4 – Jan. 28, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #5 – Feb. 4, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #6 – Feb. 11, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #7 – Feb. 18, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #8 – Feb. 25, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #10 – Mar. 11, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #11 – Mar. 18, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #12 – Mar. 25, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #13 – Apr. 1, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #16 – Apr. 22, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #17 – Apr. 29, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #18 – May 6, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #19 – May 13, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #20 – May 20, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #21 – May 27, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #22 – Jun. 3, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #23 – Jun. 10, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #24 – Jun. 17, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #25 – Jun. 24, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #26 – Jul. 1, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #27 – Jul. 8, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #28 – Jul. 15, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #29 – Jul. 22, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #30 – Jul. 29, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #31 – Aug. 5, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #32 – Aug. 12, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #33 – Aug. 19, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #34 – Aug. 26, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #35 – Sept. 2, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #36 – Sept. 9, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #37 – Sept. 16, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #38 – Sept. 23, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #39 – Sept. 30, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #40 – Oct. 7, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #41 – Oct. 14, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #42 – Oct. 21, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #43 – Oct. 28, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #44 – Nov. 4, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #45 – Nov. 11, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #46 – Nov. 18, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #47 – Nov. 25, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #48 – Dec. 2, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #49 – Dec. 9, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #51 – Dec. 23, 1949
  • Vol. 28 #52 – Dec. 30, 1949
  • Vol. 29 #1 – Jan. 6, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #2 – Jan. 13, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #3 – Jan. 20, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #4 – Jan. 27, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #5 – Feb. 3, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #6 – Feb. 10, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #7 – Feb. 17, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #8 – Feb. 24, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #9 – Mar. 3, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #10 – Mar. 10, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #11 – Mar. 17, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #12 – Mar. 24, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #13 – Mar. 31, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #14 – Apr. 7, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #15 – Apr. 14, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #16 – Apr. 21, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #17 – Apr. 28, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #18 – May 5, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #19 – May 12, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #20 – May 19, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #21 – May 26, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #22 – Jun. 2, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #23 – Jun. 9, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #25 – Jun. 23, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #26 – Jun. 30, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #27 – Jul. 7, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #29 – Jul. 21, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #30 – Jul. 28, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #31 – Aug. 4, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #32 – Aug. 11, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #33 – Aug. 18, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #34 – Aug. 25, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #35 – Sept. 25, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #36 – Oct. 8, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #40 – Oct. 22, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #41 – Oct. 29, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #42 – Nov. 6, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #43 – Nov. 13, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #44 – Nov. 20, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #45 – Nov. 27, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #46 – Dec. 3, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #47 – Dec. 10, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #48 – Dec. 17, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #49 – Dec. 24, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #50 – Dec. 31, 1950
  • Vol. 29 #51 – Dec. 8, 1950?
  • Vol. 29 #52 – Dec. 15, 1950?
  • Vol. 29 #53 – Dec. 22, 1950?
  • Vol. 30 #1 – Jan. 5, 1951
  • Vol. 30 #2 – Jan. 12, 1951
  • Vol. 30 #3 – Jan. 19, 1951
  • Vol. 30 #4 – Jan. 26, 1951
  • Vol. 30 #5 – Feb. 9, 1951
  • Vol. 30 #6 – Feb. 23, 1951
  • Vol. 30 #7 – Mar. 9, 1951
  • Vol. 30 #8 – Mar. 23, 1951
  • Vol. 30 #9 – Apr. 13, 1951
  • Vol. 30 #10 – Apr. 27, 1951
  • Vol. 30 #11 – May 11, 1951
  • Vol. 30 #12 – May 25, 1951
  • Vol. 30 #13 – Jun. 8, 1951
  • Vol. 30 #15 – Jul. 13, 1951
  • Vol. 30 #17 – Aug. 10, 1951
  • Vol. 30 #19 – Sept. 14, 1951
  • Vol. 30 #21 – Oct. 12, 1951
  • Vol. 30 #22 – Oct. 26, 1951
  • Vol. 30 #23 – Nov. 9, 1951
  • Vol. 30 #25 – Dec. 7, 1951
  • Vol. 30 #26 – Dec. 21, 1951
  • Vol. 31 #1 – Jan. 11, 1952
  • Vol. 31 #2 – Jan. 25, 1952
  • Vol. 31 #3 – Feb. 8, 1952
  • Vol. 31 #4 – Feb. 22, 1952
  • Vol. 31 #6 – Mar. 28, 1952
  • Vol. 31 #7 – Apr. 11, 1952
  • Vol. 31 #8 – Apr. 25, 1952
  • Vol. 31 #9 – May 9, 1952
  • Vol. 31 #10 – May 23, 1952
  • Vol. 31 #11 – Jun. 11, 1952
  • Vol. 31 #12 – Jun. 27, 1952
  • Vol. 65 #4 – Jan.-Feb. 1988 (Good)
  • Vol. 65 #5 – Mar.-Apr. 1988
  • Vol. 65 #6 – May-Jun. 1988
  • Vol. 66 #1 – Jul.-Aug. 1988
  • Vol. 66 #2 – Sept.-Oct. 1988
  • Vol. 66 #3 – Nov.-Dec. 1988
  • Vol. 66 #4 – Jan.-Feb. 1989
  • Vol. 66 #5 – Mar.-Apr. 1989
  • Vol. 66 #6 – May-Jun. 1989
  • Vol. 67 #1 – Jul.-Aug. 1989
  • Vol. 67 #2 – Sept.-Oct. 1989
  • Vol. 67 #3 – Nov.-Dec. 1989
  • Vol. 67 #4 – Jan.-Feb. 1990
  • Vol. 67 #5 – Mar.-Apr. 1990
  • Vol. 67 #6 – May-Jun. 1990
  • Vol. 68 #1 – Jul.-Aug. 1990
  • Vol. 68 #2 – Sept.-Oct. 1990
  • Vol. 68 #3 – Nov.-Dec. 1990
  • Vol. 68 #4 – Jan.-Feb. 1991
  • Vol. 68 #5 – Mar.-Apr. 1991
  • Vol. 68 #6 – May-Jun. 1991
  • Vol. 69 #1 – Jul-Sept. 1991
  • Vol. 69 #2 – Oct.-Dec. 1991
  • Vol. 69 #3 – Jan.-Mar. 1992
  • Vol. 69 #4 – Apr.-Jun. 1992
  • Vol. 70 #1 – Jul.-Sept. 1992
  • Vol. 70 #2 – Oct.-Dec. 1992
  • Vol. 70 #3 – Jan.-Mar. 1993
  • Vol. 70 #4 – Apr.-Jun. 1993
  • Vol. 71 #1 – Jul.-Sept. 1993
  • Vol. 71 #2 – Oct.-Dec. 1993
  • Vol. 71 #3 – Jan.-Mar. 1994
  • Vol. 71 #4 – Apr.-Jun. 1994
  • Vol. 72 #1 – Jan.-Jun. 1995
  • Vol. 72 #2 – Jun. 1995
  • Vol. 73 #1 – Jul.-Sept. 1995

End of News Box 5

 

 

News Box 6: Arkansas Outlook

Arkansas Outlook, North Little Rock, AR – Republican Party of Arkansas (Condition: Very Good)

  • Vol. 1 #1 – Dec. 1, 1964 B
  • Vol. 1 #2 – Jan. 1965
  • Vol. 1 #3 – Feb. 1965
  • Vol. 1 #4 – Mar. 1965
  • Vol. 1 #5 – Apr. 1965
  • Vol. 1 #6 – May 1965
  • Vol. 1 #7 – Jun. 1965
  • Vol. 1 #8 – Jul. 1965
  • Vol. 1 #9 – Aug. 1965
  • Vol. 1 #10 – Sept. 1965
  • Vol. 1 #11 – Oct. 1965
  • Vol. 1 #12 – Nov. 1965
  • Vol. 1 #13 – Dec. 1965
  • Vol. 2 #1 – Jan. 1966
  • Vol. 2 #2 – Feb. 1966
  • Vol. 2 #3 – Mar. 1966
  • Vol. 2 #4 – Apr. 1966
  • Vol. 2 #5 – May 1966
  • Vol. 2 #6 – Jun. 1966
  • Vol. 2 #7 – Jul. 1966
  • Vol. 2 #8 – Aug. 1966
  • Vol. 2 #9 – Sept. 1966
  • Vol. 2 #10 – Oct. 1966
  • Vol. 2 #11 – Nov.-Dec. 1966
  • Vol. 3 #1 – Jan. 1967
  • Vol. 3 #2 – Feb. 1967
  • Vol. 3 #3 – Mar. 1967
  • Vol. 3 #4 – Apr. 1967
  • Vol. 3 #5 – May 1967
  • Vol. 3 #6 – Jun. 1967
  • Vol. 3 #7 – Jul. 1967
  • Vol. 3 #8 – Aug. 1967
  • Vol. 3 #9 – Sept. 1967
  • Vol. 3 #10 – Oct. 1967
  • Vol. 3 #11 – Nov.-Dec. 1967
  • Vol. 4 #1 – Jan. 1968
  • Vol. 4 #2 – Feb. 1968
  • Vol. 4 #3 – Mar. 1968
  • Vol. 4 #4 – Apr. 1968
  • Vol. 4 #5 – May 1968
  • Vol. 4 #6 – Jun. 1968
  • Vol. 4 #7 – Jul. 1968
  • Vol. 4 #8 – Aug. 1968
  • Vol. 4 #9 – Sept. 1968
  • Vol. 4 #10 – Oct. 1968
  • Vol. 4 #11 – Nov.-Dec. 1968
  • Vol. 5 #1 – Jan.-Feb. 1969
  • Vol. 5 #2 – Mar. 1969
  • Vol. 5 #3 – Apr. 1969
  • Vol. 5 #4 – May 1969
  • Vol. 5 #5 – Jun. 1969
  • Vol. 5 #6 – Jul. 1969
  • Vol. 5 #7 – Aug. 1969
  • Vol. 5 #8 – Sept. 1969
  • Vol. 5 #9 – Oct. 1969
  • Vol. 5 #10 – Nov. 1969
  • Vol. 6 #1 – Jan. 1970
  • Vol. 6 #2 – Feb. 1970
  • Vol. 6 #3 – Mar. 1970
  • Vol. 6 #4 – Apr. 1970
  • Vol. 6 #5 – May 1970
  • Vol. 6 #7 – Jul. 1970
  • Vol. 6 #8 – Aug. 1970
  • Vol. 6 #9 – Sept. 1970
  • Vol. 6 #10 – Oct. 1970
  • Vol. 6 #11 – Nov. 1970
  • Vol. 7 #1 – Jan. 1971
  • Vol. 7 #2 – Mar. 1971
  • Vol. 7 #3 – Apr. 1971
  • Vol. 7 #4 – May 1971
  • Vol. 7 #5 – Jun. 1971
  • Vol. 7 #6 – Jul. 1971
  • Vol. 7 #7 – Aug. 1971
  • Vol. 7 #8 – Sept. 1971
  • Vol. 7 #9 – Oct. 1971
  • Vol. 7 #10 – Nov. 1971
  • Vol. 7 #11 – Dec. 1971
  • Vol. 8 #1 – Feb. 1972
  • Vol. 8 #2 – Mar. 1972
  • Vol. 8 #3 – Apr. 1972
  • Vol. 8 #4 – May 1972
  • Vol. 8 #5 – Jun. 1972
  • Vol. 8 #6 – Jul. 1972
  • Vol. 8 #7 – Aug. 1972
  • Vol. 8 #8 – Sept. 1972
  • Vol. 8 #9 – Oct. 1972
  • Vol. 8 #10 – Nov. 1972
  • Vol. 8 #11 – Dec. 1972
  • Vol. 9 #1 – Feb. 1973
  • Vol. 9 #2 – Mar. 1973
  • Vol. 9 #3 – Apr. 1973
  • Vol. 9 #4 – May 1973
  • Vol. 9 #5 – Jun. 1973
  • Vol. 9 #6 – Jul. 1973
  • Vol. 9 #7 – Aug. 1973
  • Vol. 9 #8 – Sept. 1973
  • Vol. 9 #9 – Oct. 1973
  • Vol. 9 #10 – Nov. 1973
  • Vol. 9 #11 – Dec. 1973
  • Vol. 10 #1 – Feb. 1973
  • Vol. 10 #2 – Mar. 1973
  • Vol. 10 #3 – Apr. 1974
  • Vol. 10 #4 – May 1974
  • Vol. 10 #5 – Jun. 1974
  • Vol. 10 #6 – Jul. 1974
  • Vol. 10 #7 – Aug. 1974
  • Vol. 10 #8 – Sept. 1974
  • Vol. 10 #9 – Oct. 1974
  • Vol. 10 #10 – Nov. 1974
  • Vol. 10 #11 – Dec. 1974
  • Vol. 11 #1 – Feb. 1975
  • Vol. 11 #2 – Mar. 1975
  • Vol. 11 #3 – Apr. 1975
  • Vol. 11 #4 – May 1975
  • Vol. 11 #5 – Jun. 1975
  • Vol. 11 #6 – Jul. 1975
  • Vol. 11 #7 – Aug. 1975
  • Vol. 11 #8 – Sept. 1975
  • Vol. 11 #9 – Oct. 1975
  • Vol. 11 #10 – Nov. 1975
  • Vol. 11 #11 – Dec. 1975
  • Vol. 12 #1 – Feb. 1976
  • Vol. 12 #2 – Mar. 1976
  • Vol. 12 #3 – Apr. 1976
  • Vol. 12 #4 – May 1976
  • Vol. 11 #5 – Jul. 1976
  • Vol. 11 #6 – Aug. 1976
  • Vol. 11 #7 – Sept. 1976
  • Vol. 11 #8 – Oct. 1976
  • Vol. 11 #9 – Nov. 1976
  • Vol. 11 #10 – Dec. 1976
  • Vol. 12 #1 – Feb. 1977
  • Vol. 12 #2 – Mar. 1977
  • Vol. 12 #3 – Apr. 1977
  • Vol. 12 #4 – May 1977
  • Vol. 12 #5 – May 1977
  • Vol. 12 #6 – Jul. 1977
  • Vol. 12 #7 – Aug. 1977
  • Vol. 12 #8 – Sept. 1977
  • Vol. 12 #9 – Oct. 1977
  • Vol. 12 #10 – Nov. 1977
  • Vol. 12 #11 – Dec. 1977
  • Vol. 13 #1 – Feb. 1978
  • Vol. 12 #2 – Mar. 1978
  • Vol. 13 #3 – Apr. 1978
  • Vol. 13 #4 – May 1978
  • Vol. 13 #5 – Jun. 1978
  • Vol. 13 #6 – Jul. 1978
  • Vol. 17 #7 – Aug. 1978
  • Vol. 17 #8 – Sept. 1978
  • Vol. 17 #9 – Oct. 1978
  • Vol. 17 #10 – Nov. 1978
  • Vol. 17 #11 – Dec. 1978
  • Vol. 18 #1 – Feb. 1979
  • Vol. 18 #2 – Mar. 1979
  • Vol. 18 #3 – Apr. 1979
  • Vol. 18 #4 – May 1979
  • Vol. 18 #5 – Jun. 1979
  • Vol. 18 #6 – Jul. 1979
  • Vol. 18 #7 – Aug. 1979
  • Vol. 18 #8 – Sept. 1979
  • Vol. 18 #9 – Oct. 1979
  • Vol. 18 #10 – Nov. 1979
  • Vol. 18 #11 – Dec. 1979
  • Vol. 19 #1 – Feb. 1980
  • Vol. 19 #3 – Apr. 1980
  • Vol. 19 #4 – May 1980
  • Vol. 19 #5 – Jun. 1980
  • Vol. 19 #6 – Jul. 1980
  • Vol. 19 #8 – Sept. 1980
  • Vol. 19 #9 – Oct. 1980
  • Vol. 19 #10 – Nov. 1980
  • Vol. 19 #11 – Dec. 1980
  • Vol. 20 #1 – Feb. 1981
  • Vol. 20 #2 – Mar. 1981
  • Vol. 20 #3 – Apr. 1981
  • Vol. 20 #4 – May 1981
  • Vol. 20 #5 – Jun. 1981
  • Vol. 20 #6 – Jul. 1981
  • Vol. 20 #7 – Aug. 1981
  • Vol. 20 #9 – Oct. 1981
  • Vol. 20 #10 – Nov. 1981
  • Vol. 20 #11 – Dec. 1981
  • Vol. 21 #1 – Feb. 1982
  • Vol. 21 #2 – Mar. 1982
  • Vol. 21 #3 – Apr. 1982
  • Vol. 21 #4 – May 1982
  • Vol. 21 #5 – Jun. 1982
  • Vol. 21 #6 – Jul. 1982
  • Vol. 21 #7 – Aug. 1982
  • Vol. 22 #3 – Apr. 1983
  • Vol. 22 #4 – May 1983
  • Vol. 22 #7 – Aug. 1983
  • Vol. 22 #8 – Sept. 1983
  • Vol. 22 #9 – Oct. 1983
  • Vol. 22 #10 – Nov. 1983
  • Vol. 22 #11 – Dec. 1983
  • Vol. 23 #1 – Feb. 1984
  • Vol. 23 #2 – Mar. 1984
  • Vol. 23 #4 – May 1984
  • Vol. 23 #6 – Jul. 1984
  • Vol. 23 #8 – Oct. 1984
  • Vol. 23 #9 – Nov. 1984
  • Vol. 23 #10 – Dec. 1984
  • Vol. 24 #1 – Feb. 1985
  • Vol. 24 #2 – Mar. 1985
  • Vol. 24 #3 – Apr. 1985
  • Vol. 24 #4 – May 1985
  • Vol. 24 #6 – Aug. 1985
  • Vol. 24 #7 – Oct. 1985
  • Vol. 24 #2 – Mar. 1986
  • Vol. 25 #3 – Apr. 1986
  • Vol. 25 #4 – May 1986
  • Vol. 28 #9 – Feb. 1990
  • Vol. 28 #12 – May 1990
  • Vol. 29 #4 – Sept. 1990

End of News Box 6

 

 

News Box 7: Arkansas Recorder

Arkansas Recorder, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • Vol. 1 #2 – Jun. 1, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #3 – Jun. 8, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #4 – Jun. 15, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #5 – Jun. 23, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #7 – Jul. 7, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #8 – Jul. 14, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #9 – Jul. 21, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #10 – Jul. 29, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #11 – Aug. 5, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #12 – Aug. 12, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #13 – Aug. 19, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #14 – Aug. 26, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #15 – Sept. 2, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #16 – Sept. 9, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #17 – Sept. 16, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #18 – Sept. 23, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #19 – Sept. 30, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #20 – Oct. 7, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #21 – Oct. 14, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #24 – Nov. 4, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #25 – Nov. 11, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #26 – Nov. 18, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #27 – Nov. 25, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #28 – Dec. 2, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #29 – Dec. 9, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #30 – Dec. 16, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #31 – Dec. 23, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #32 – Dec. 30, 1949
  • Vol. 1 #33 – Jan. 6, 1950
  • Vol. 1 #34 – Jan. 13, 1950
  • Vol. 1 #35 – Jan. 20, 1950
  • Vol. 1 #36 – Jan. 27, 1950
  • Vol. 1 #37 – Feb. 3, 1950
  • Vol. 1 #38 – Feb. 10, 1950
  • Vol. 1 #39 – Feb. 17, 1950
  • Vol. 1 #40 – Feb. 24, 1950
  • Vol. 1 #41 – Mar. 3, 1950
  • Vol. 1 #42 – Mar. 10, 1950
  • Vol. 1 #43 – Mar. 17, 1950
  • Vol. 1 #44 – Mar. 24, 1950
  • Vol. 1 #45 – Mar. 31, 1950
  • Vol. 1 #46 – Apr. 7, 1950
  • Vol. 1 #47 – Apr. 14, 1950
  • Vol. 1 #48 – Apr. 21, 1950
  • Vol. 1 #49 – Apr. 28, 1950
  • Vol. 1 #50 – May 5, 1950
  • Vol. 1 #51 – May 12, 1950
  • Vol. 1 #52 – May 19. 1950
  • Vol. 2 #1 – May 26, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #2 – Jun. 2, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #3 – Jun. 9, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #4 – Jun. 16, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #5 – Jun. 23, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #6 – Jun. 30, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #7 – Jul. 7, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #8 – Jul. 14, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #9 – Jul. 21, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #10 – Jul. 28, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #11 – Aug. 4, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #12 – Aug. 11, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #13 – Aug. 18, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #14 – Aug. 25, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #15 – Sept. 1, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #16 – Sept. 8, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #17 – Sept. 15, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #19 – Sept. 29, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #20 – Oct. 6, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #21 – Oct. 13, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #22 – Oct. 20, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #23 – Oct. 27, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #24 – Nov. 3, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #25 – Nov. 10, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #26 – Nov. 17, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #28 – Dec. 1, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #29 – Dec. 8, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #30 – Dec. 15, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #31 – Dec. 22, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #32 – Dec. 29, 1950
  • Vol. 2 #33 – Jan. 5, 1951
  • Vol. 2 #34 – Jan. 12, 1951
  • Vol. 2 #35 – Jan. 19, 1951
  • Vol. 2 #36 – Jan. 26, 1951
  • Vol. 3 #30 – Dec. 14, 1951
  • Vol. 3 #32 – Dec. 28, 1951
  • Vol. 3 #34 – Jan. 11, 1952
  • Vol. 5 #40 – Feb. 19, 1954
  • Vol. 5 #45 – Mar. 26, 1954
  • Vol. 9 #2 – Jun. 7, 1957
  • Vol. 9 #3 – Jun. 14, 1957
  • Vol. 9 #4 – Jun. 21, 1957
  • Vol. 9 #15 – Sept. 6, 1957
  • Vol. 9 #16 – Sept. 13, 1957
  • Vol. 9 #17 – Sept. 20, 1957
  • Vol. 9 #18 – Sept. 27, 1957
  • Vol. 9 #20 – Oct. 11, 1957
  • Vol. 9 #21 – Oct. 18, 1957
  • Vol. 9 #22 – Oct. 25, 1957
  • Vol. 10 #8 – Jul. 18, 1958
  • Vol. 10 #9 – Jul. 25, 1958
  • Vol. 10 #25 – Nov. 14, 1958
  • Vol. 11 #14 – Aug. 28, 1959
  • Vol. 12 #17 – Sept. 16, 1960
  • Vol. 12 #28 – Dec. 2, 1960

End of News Box 7

 

 

 

News Box 8

Arkansas State Republican, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Poor)

  • Vol. 1 #1 – Feb. 15, 1920
  • Vol. 1 #2 – Mar. 1, 1920
  • Vol. 1 #3 – Mar. 15, 1920
  • Vol. 1 #4 – Apr. 1, 1920
  • Vol. 1 #5 – Apr. 15, 1920
  • Vol. 1 #6 – May 1, 1920
  • Vol. 1 #7 – May 15, 1920
  • Vol. 1 #8 – Jun. 1, 1920
  • Vol. 1 #9 – Jun. 15, 1920
  • Vol. 1 #10 – Jul. 1, 1920
  • Vol. 1 #11 – Jul. 15, 1920
  • Vol. 1 #12 – Aug. 1, 1920
  • Vol. 1 #13 – Aug. 15, 1920
  • Vol. 1 #14 – Sept. 1, 1920
  • Vol. 1 #15 – Sept. 15, 1920
  • Vol. 1 #16 – Oct. 1, 1920
  • Vol. 1 #17 – Oct. 15, 1920
  • Vol. 1 #18 – Nov. 1, 1920

 

The State Republican (Monthly Bulletin), Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • Vol. 1 #19 – Dec. 1, 1920
  • Vol. 1 #20 – Jan. 1, 1921
  • Vol. 1 #21 – Feb. 1, 1921
  • Vol. 2 #3 – May 1, 1921
  • Vol. 2 #7 – Sept. 1, 1921
  • Vol. 2 #8 – Oct. 1, 1921
  • Vol. 2 #9 – Nov. 1, 1921
  • Vol. 2 #10 – Dec. 1, 1921
  • Vol. 2 #11 – Jan. 1, 1922
  • Vol. 2 #12 – Feb. 1, 1922
  • Vol. 3 #1 – Mar. 1, 1922
  • Vol. 3 #2 – Apr. 1, 1922
  • Vol. 3 #5 – Jul. 1, 1922
  • Vol. 3 #9 – Apr. 1, 1923
  • Vol. 3 #10 – May 1, 1923
  • Vol. 4 #1 – Aug. 1, 1923
  • Vol. 4 #3 – Oct. 1, 1923
  • Vol. 4 #6 – Jan. 1, 1924
  • Vol. 4 #8 – Mar. 1, 1924
  • Vol. 4 #9 – Apr. 1, 1924
  • Vol. 4 #11 – Jun. 1, 1924
  • Vol. 5 #2 – Sept. 1, 1924
  • Vol. 6 #1 – Aug. 1, 1925
  • Vol. 6 #10 – May 1, 1926
  • Vol. 6 #12 – Jul. 1, 1926
  • Vol. 7 #1 – Aug. 1, 1926
  • Vol. 8 #3 – Oct. 1, 1927
  • Vol. 8 #4 – Nov. 1, 1927
  • Vol. 8 #5 – Dec. 1, 1927
  • Vol. 8 #7 – Feb. 1, 1928
  • Vol. 8 #8 – Mar. 1, 1928
  • Vol. 8 #10 – May 1, 1928
  • Vol. 8 #12 – Jul. 1, 1928
  • Vol. 9 #1 – Aug. 1, 1928
  • Vol. 9 #3 – Oct. 1, 1928
  • Vol. 9 #5 – Jan. 1929
  • Vol. 9 #6 – Feb. 1929
  • Vol. 9 #7 – Mar. 1929
  • Vol. 9 #9 – Jul. 1929
  • Vol. 9 #11 – Sept. 1929
  • Vol. 9 #12 – Oct. 1929
  • Vol. 10 #1 – Nov. 1929
  • Vol. 10 #2-3 – Dec.-Jan. 1929-1930
  • Vol. 10 #4 – Feb. 1930
  • Vol. 10 #5-6 – Mar.-Apr. 1930
  • Vol. 10 #7-8 – May-Jun. 1930
  • Vol. 10 #9-10 – Jul.-Aug. 1930
  • Vol. 10 #11 – Sept. 1930
  • Vol. 11 #1,2,3,4,5 – Nov. 1930-Mar. 1931
  • Vol. 11 #9 – Jul. 1931
  • Vol. 11 #10-11 – Sept.-Oct. 1931
  • Vol. 11 #12-13 – Dec. 1931-Jan. 1932
  • Vol. 11 #14-15 – Feb.-Mar. 1932
  • Vol. 4 #5 – Sept. 1939
  • Vol. 4 #6 – Oct. 1939
  • Vol. 4 #8 – Dec. 1939
  • Vol. 4 #10 – Feb. 1940
  • Vol. 4 #12 – Apr. 1940
  • Vol. 5 #1 – May 1940
  • Vol. 5 #2 – Jun. 1940
  • Vol. 5 #3 – Jul. 1940
  • Vol. 5 #4 – Oct. 1940

 

Arkansas Times, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Very good, excellent)

  • Special 20th Anniversary Edition, “A History of Arkansas” – 15, 1994
  • Premiere Issue, “Life & Fitness” – Jan. 1997

 

Arkansas Tribune, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Very Good) -Arkansas’ Largest Black Weekly Newspaper

  • 2 #1 – Nov. 27, 1996
  • 2 #5 – Dec. 24, 1996
  • 2 #12 – Feb. 13, 1997
  • 2 #14 – Feb. 27, 1997
  • 2 #23 – May 1, 1997
  • 2 #25 – May 15, 1997
  • 2 #31 – Jun. 26, 1997

 

Arkansas Weekly Sentinel, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Good) -Weekly non-profit newspaper exclusively by African Americans

  • 6 #12 – Jun. 16, 1982

 

Blytheville Courier News, Blytheville, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 46 #173 – Oct. 10, 1950 -Mid-Century Edition

 

Camp Pike Carry On, Camp Pike, Arkansas (Condition: Very Brittle)

  • 1 #2 – Nov. 21, 1918
  • 1 #3 – Nov. 28, 1918
  • 1 #4 – Dec. 5, 1918
  • 1 #6 – Dec. 19, 1918
  • 1 #7 – Dec. 26, 1918
  • 1 #8 – Jan. 2, 1919
  • 1 #9 – Jan. 9, 1919
  • 1 #10 – Jan. 16, 1919
  • 1 #12 – Jan. 30, 1919

End of Box 8

 

  

News Box 9

Campaigner, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Fair) -A campaign newspaper by Winthrop Rockefeller

  • 1 #1 – Aug. 4, 1966
  • 1 #4 – Sept. 30, 1966
  • 1 #5 – Oct. 14, 1966
  • 1 #6 – Nov. 1, 1966
  • 2 #1 – Aug. 16, 1968
  • 2 #2 – Sept. 6, 1968
  • 2 #4 – Oct. 11, 1968

 

Classroom Teacher News, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Good)- Arkansas Education Association Department of Classroom Teachers

  • 1 #1 – Sept. 1968

 

Cleveland County Herald, Rison, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 74th year #7 – 7, 1962
  • 85th year #13 – 14, 1973
  • 86th year #14 – 17, 1976
  • 86th year #15 – 24, 1976

 

College Anchor, Quitman, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 1 #8 – Nov. 1892

 

Commonwealth College Fortnightly, Mena, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • Vol. 5 #15 – Nov. 1, 1929
  • Vol. 5 #16 – Nov. 15, 1929
  • Vol. 6 #2 – Jan. 15, 1930
  • Vol. 6 #6 – Apr. 15, 1930
  • Vol. 9 #10 – May 15, 1933
  • Vol. 9 #12 – Jun. 15, 1933
  • Vol. 9 #15-16 – Aug. 1-15, 1933
  • Vol. 11 #5 – Mar. 1, 1935
  • Vol. 11 #9 – May Day 1935
  • Vol. 11 #17 – Sept. 1, 1935
  • Vol. 11 #18 – Sept. 15, 1935
  • Vol. 11 #19 – Oct. 1, 1935
  • Vol. 11 #20 – Oct. 15, 1935
  • Vol. 11 #21 – Nov. 1, 1935
  • Vol. 11 #22 – Nov. 15, 1935
  • Vol. 11 #23 – Dec. 1, 1935
  • Vol. 11 #24 – Dec. 15, 1935
  • Vol. 12 #1 – Jan. 1, 1936
  • Vol. 12 #2 – Jan. 15, 1936
  • Vol. 12 #3 – Feb. 1, 1936
  • Vol. 12 #4 – Feb. 15, 1936
  • Vol. 12 #5 – Mar. 1, 1936
  • Vol. 12 #6 – Mar. 15, 1936
  • Vol. 12 #7 – Apr. 1, 1936
  • Vol. 12 #8 – Apr. 15, 1936
  • Vol. 12 #10 – May 15, 1936
  • Vol. 12 #11 – Jun. 1, 1936
  • Vol. 12 #12 – Jun. 15, 1936 (2 copies)
  • Vol. 12 #13 – Jul. 1, 1936
  • Vol. 12 #15 – Aug. 1, 1936
  • Vol. 12 #16 – Aug. 15, 1936
  • Vol. 12 #17 – Sept. 1, 1936
  • Vol. 12 #20 – Oct. 15, 1936
  • Vol. 12 #24 – Dec. 15, 1936
  • Vol. 13 #16 – Aug. 15, 1937
  • Vol. 13 #17 – Sept. 1, 1937

 

Conway County Banner, Center Ridge, Arkansas (Condition: Very Brittle)

  • 1 #1 thru 38 – Jul. 1903-Apr. 1904 *missing #24

 

Current Events, Columbus, Ohio (Condition: Fair)

  • Vol. 37 #19 – Week of Jan. 31-Feb. 4, 1938
  • Vol. 37 #20 – Week of Feb. 7-11, 1938
  • Vol. 37 #21 – Week of Feb. 14-18, 1938
  • Vol. 37 #22 – Week of Feb. 21-25, 1938
  • Vol. 37 #23 – Week of Feb. 28-Mar. 4, 1938
  • Vol. 37 #24 – Week of Mar. 7-11, 1938
  • Vol. 37 #26 – Week of Mar. 21-25, 1938
  • Vol. 37 #27 – Week of Mar. 28-Apr. 1, 1938
  • Vol. 37 #28 – Week of Apr. 4-8, 1938
  • Vol. 37 #29 – Week of Apr. 11-15, 1938
  • Vol. 37 #31 – Week of Apr. 25-29, 1938
  • Vol. 37 #33 – Week of May 9-13, 1938

 

Daily Times-Herald (Forrest City, Arkansas)

  • July 21, 1969 -“’That’s One Small Step for Man … A Giant Leap for Mankind’ Footprints on Moon”; “Nixon Salutes Feat”
  • July 24, 1969- “Moon Conquerors Return”; “Publisher’s Daughter Slain”; “Spacemen Back on Mother Earth”

 

Dallas Morning News (Dallas, Texas)

  • July 21, 1969- “Man Walks on Moon – ‘That’s One Small Step for Man, A Giant Leap for Mankind”

 

Dardanelle Post-Dispatch, Dardanelle, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 101 #1 – Jan. 22, 1953-100th Anniversary Edition 1853-1953

 

DeWitt Era-Enterprise, DeWitt, Arkansas (Condition: Poor)

  • 72 #26 – Aug. 27, 1953-Centennial Edition 1853-1953

 

Educational Bulletin, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Very good) -Arkansas State Teachers Association

  • 1 #4 – Mar. 29-31, 1917 -Program Number 49th Annual Session

 

El Hispano (Condition: Good)

  • Octubre 1, 1995
  • Mayo 26, 1996
  • Agosto 16, 1996
  • Octubre 11, 1996
  • Diciembre 6, 1996

 

El Paso Times, El Paso, Texas (Condition: Good)

  • “Dewey Admits Defeat to Roosevelt,” Nov. 8, 1944.

 

El Sol De Arkansas, Rogers, Arkansas (Condition: Very good)

  • 1 #3 – Mar. 20, 1995
  • 1 #16 – Apr. 11, 1995
  • 38 #1 – Sept. 19, 1995 (Condition: Very Good)
  • 50 #1 – Jan. 9, 1996

 

Essence (Arkansas Young Americans For Freedom), North Little Rock, Arkansas (Good)

  • 1 #5 – Feb. 6, 1970

End of News Box 9

 

 

News Box 10

Fayetteville Daily Democrat, Fayetteville, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 41 #174 – Jun. 11, 1936 -Arkansas Centennial Edition

 

Fayetteville Democrat, Fayetteville, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 23 #52 – Jan. 8, 1916
  • 23 #47 – Jan. 2, 1917
  • 25 #2 – Nov. 11, 1918 (Condition: Very Brittle)

 

Goblin, Harrison, Arkansas (Condition: Very good)

  • 3 #1 – Sept. 1968
  • 3 #2 – Oct. 1968
  • 3 #3 – Nov. 1968

 

Harrison Daily Times, Harrison, Arkansas (Condition: Poor)

  • 17th Year #236 – 15, 1936

 

Hope Star, Hope, Arkansas

  • 35 #77 – Jan. 13, 1934 (Condition: Fair)
  • 37 #221 – Jun. 26, 1936 – Arkansas Centennial Edition 1836-1936 (Condition: Poor / Brittle)

 

Jonesboro Daily Tribune, Jonesboro, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 30 #166 – Jul. 2, 1936

 

Junior Hi Jumper, a school newspaper in Conway, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 1 #7 – May 1927

 

Junior-HI Wampus Cat, a school newspaper in Conway, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 1 #2 – Apr. 1, 1929

 

Liberty Bell, Monte Ne, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 2 #10 – Nov. 1933

 

Little Rock Daily News, Little Rock, Arkansas

  • 2 #57 – Nov. 12, 1918 (Condition: Very Brittle)
  • 4 #107 – Jan. 12, 1921 (Condition: Good)

 

Living Black Review (Condition: Good)

  • 10 #2 – Mar. 1973

 

Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, California (Condition: Fair)

  • Historical Headlines, Third Edition, “Famous Front Pages of the Los Angeles Times”

End of News Box 10

 

 

News Box 11 – JFK Assassination

Austin American-Statesman (Austin, Texas)

  • November 22, 1963- “Kennedy, Conally Shot; JFK Succumbs”
  • November 23, 1963- “Young Suspect is Captured in Kennedy’s Assassination”; “Connally Shot, Seriously Hurt”; “Happy Chatter is Chilled”; “Stunned City Plans Tribute”
  • November 23, 1963- “John Kennedy Assassinated; Lyndon Johnson President”; “Pro-Castroite Seized as Suspect in Killing
  • November 24, 1963- “Oswald is Assassin, Police Photos Show”; “Case Thought ‘Airtight’ Now”; “JFK Penned Own Epitaph”; “New Leader Takes Helm”
  • November 25, 1963- “Mourning Nation Buries President Supported By All the World’s Greatest”; “Blueprint on Killing of JFK Revealed”
  • November 26, 1963- “Secret Service Orders 15 Photos of Austin Man”

 

Daily Times-Herald (Forrest City, Arkansas)

  • Friday, Nov. 22, 1963 -“KENNEDY ASSISNATED”; “Lyndon B. Johnson Automatically Becomes 36th President”

 

Dallas Morning News (Dallas, Texas)

  • November 23, 1963- “Kennedy Slain on Dallas Street Johnson Becomes President”
  • November 24, 1963- “LBJ Takes Over Government Reins Tass Charges Try to Implicate Red Party”; “Police Sift Fingerprints and Paraffin Clues”
  • November 25, 1963- “Body of Martyred President Borne to Capitol Owner of Club Kills Oswald

End of News Box 11

 

 

News Box 12

Malvern Daily Record, Malvern, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 51 #1 – Oct. 7, 1966 -50th Anniversary Edition 1916-1966 – 3 COPIES

 

Manila Sentinel, Manila, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • May 4, 1966

 

Many Voices, West Memphis, Arkansas (Condition: Good) -Originated from the Arkansas Vista Materials

  • Sample Issue – Aug. 1970
  • 1 #1 – Oct. 28, 1970
  • 1 #2 – Nov. 11, 1970
  • 1 #6 – Jan. 15-31, 1971
  • 1 #15 – Jun. 1-15, 1971
  • 1 #17 – Jun. 30-Jul. 31, 1971
  • 1 #18 – Jul. 14-27, 1971
  • 1 #24 – Oct. 13-26, 1971

 

Minority Business Journal, North Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 1 #1 – Oct. 1972
  • 1 #2 – Dec. 1972
  • 1 #3 – Feb. 1973

 

Montgomery County News, Mt. Ida, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 20 #38 – Nov. 21, 1957

 

Morrilton Democrat, Morrilton, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 50 #11 – Apr. 19, 1945
  • 51 #36 – Oct. 10, 1946 – 50th Anniversary Edition (Condition: Fair)

 

Newport Independent, Newport, Arkansas (Condition: Poor)

  • 51-Progress Edition – May 18, 1951

 

North Little Rock Times, North Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • Industrial Recovery Number – Nov. 1936

 

Northwest Arkansas Times, Fayetteville, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 78 #204 – Mar. 14, 1940- Progress Edition
  • 85 #264 – Jun. 6, 1947

End of News Box 12

 

 

 

News Box 13

Orthodox Baptist Searchlight, Benton, Arkansas (Condition: Poor & very brittle)

  • 5 #2 – Mar. 1942
  • 5 #3 – Apr. 10, 1942
  • 5 #9 – Aug. 10, 1942
  • 5 #11 – Sept. 10, 1942
  • 5 #21 – Feb. 10, 1942
  • 6 #1-9 – Feb. 25, 1942-Jun. 25, 1942
  • 6 #12-15 – Aug. 10, 1942- Sept. 25, 1942
  • 6 #16 – Oct. 10, 1942 (complete)
  • 6 #17-20 – Oct. 16, 1942- Dec. 10, 1942
  • 6 #21 – Dec. 25, 1945
  • 6 #22 – Jan. 10, 1943
  • 7 #6 – May 10, 1943

 

Ozark Digest, Eureka Springs, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • May and June 1975

 

Petit Jean County Headlight, Morrilton, Arkansas

  • 94 #1 – Jan. 29, 1974- Centennial Edition- (Condition: Excellent)
  • 100th Year Edition 1874-1974 (Condition: Good)
  • 94 #1 – May 29, 1974
  • 95 #1 – May 29, 1974
  • May 29, 1974 (Condition: Good)

 

Pictorial Review

  • ½ page newspaper – Battle Photo on the Beach at Buma, Japan – May 16, 1943

 

Pine Bluff News, Pine Bluff, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • Jefferson County the First 50 Years 1829-1979 -Nov. 1, 1979

 

Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph

  • Late News – Tuesday, May 8, 1945- “Big Three Proclaim V-E DAY” – 20 pages (Condition: excellent) – Donated by Judy & Gene Corcoran (Dec. 15, 2005)

 

Pulaski Heights Tip Top Times, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 20 #1 – Oct. 1946, Dedicated to Heights’ Class of 1947
  • 20 #7 – May 1947

 

Quitman College Searchlight, Quitman, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 1 #1 – Oct. 1895

 

Rogers Daily News, Rogers, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • Mid-Century Edition 1900-1950
  • Vol. 42 #155 – Jul. 1, 1950

End of News Box 13

 

 

News Box 14

Saline County News, Benton, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • Second Year #6 – 9, 1956

 

Southern Road Rider, North Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Very Good)

  • 1 #8 – Aug. 1996
  • 1 #12 – Dec. 1996
  • 1 #9 – Sept. 1996

 

Southwest Times Record, Fort Smith, Arkansas

  • 85 #223 – May 28, 1967- Sesquicentennial Edition 1817-1967 (Condition: Poor)
  • 1, 1986 -Arkansas 1836-1986 (Condition: Very good)
  • Lake Fort Smith Edition / 100 Years of Progress (Condition: Fair)

 

St. Louis Star-Times

  • 7th War Extra – Monday Evening, December 8, 1941 (Reprint with Permission)- “WAR DECLARED: 3,000 Causalities in Jap Attack on Hawaii” -28 pages, (Condition:  excellent) Original price 3cents -Donated by Judy & Gene Corcoran  (Dec. 15, 2005)

 

Stars and Stripes, France, (Condition: Fair)

  • 2, No. 19 – Jun 13, 1919
  • Victory Edition – Jun 13, 1919

End of Box 14

 

 

  

News Box 15

The Arkansas Methodist, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 22 #43 – Oct. 28, 1903

 

The Arkansas Statesman, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 15 #39 – Mar. 5, 1964 (2 copies) -Banking Centennial Section – 1963
  • Travel Edition – 1964 (2 copies)
  • 16 #17 – Oct. 1, 1964
  • 20 #5 – May 1968, Huntsville, Arkansas

 

The Arkansas Writer (Condition: Fair) -Jails, Jacklegs, and Journalism

  • 3 #12 – Apr. 1922

 

The Banner News, Magnolia, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 58 #47 – Oct. 1, 1936
  • 58 #51 – Oct. 1, 1936
  • 58 #50 – Oct. 1, 1936
  • 58 #50 – Oct. 1, 1936 (different front page from previous)

 

The Baptist Vangard, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Poor)

  • 51 #16 – Aug. 10, 1934
  • 52 #1 – Mar. 23, 1935
  • 52 #3 – May 18, 1935
  • 52 #17 – Apr. 25, 1936
  • 53 #2 – Sept. 12, 1936
  • 53 #3 – Sept. 26, 1936
  • 53 #4 – Oct. 10, 1936
  • 53 #8 – Dec. 12, 1936
  • 53 #16 – Apr. 17, 1937

 

The Baxter Bulletin, Mountain Home, Arkansas (Condition: Poor) BOX 9

  • 35 #28 – Jun. 26, 1936 (2 copies)
  • 50 #49 – Nov. 22, 1951

 

The Centralian, Central Baptist College of Conway, Arkansas (Condition: Good) BOX 13

  • 6 #1 – Nov. 1916
  • 6 #5 – Mar. 1917
  • 6 #6 – Apr. 1917
  • Magazine format: Vol. 19 #1, 4, 6, 9, 10, 12-21 – 1928-1929 (Condition: Fair)

 

The Cleburne County Tribune, Quitman, Arkansas (Fair) -Donated by Mr. W.O. Wilson

  • 1 #9 – May 21, 1897
  • 4 #15 – Jun. 29, 1900
  • 6 #46 – Feb. 6, 1903

 

The Commoner, Mena, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 2 #10 – Mar. 1940

 

The Conway Leader, Conway, Arkansas (Condition: Poor)

  • 1 – Jun. 4, 1953

 

The Daily Banner-News, Magnolia, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 13 #82 – Jun. 14, 1950
  • 16 #44 – Apr. 30 1953, Centennial Edition 1853-1953

End of News Box 15

 

 

News Box 16A – The Conway News

The Conway News, Conway, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • Vol. 23 #1184 – Jan. 28, 1943
  • Vol. 23 #1185 – Feb. 4, 1943
  • Vol. 23 #1186 – Feb. 11, 1943
  • Vol. 23 #1187 – Feb. 18, 1943
  • Vol. 23 #1188 – Feb. 25, 1943
  • Vol. 23 #1189 – Mar. 4, 1943
  • Vol. 23 #1190 – Mar. 11, 1943
  • Vol. 23 #1191 – Mar. 18, 1943
  • Vol. 23 #1192 – Mar. 25, 1943
  • Vol. 23 #1193 – Apr. 1, 1943
  • Vol. 23 #1194 – Apr. 8, 1943
  • Vol. 23 #1195 – Apr. 15, 1943
  • Vol. 23 #1196 – Apr. 22, 1943
  • Vol. 23 #1197 – Apr. 29, 1943
  • Vol. 23 #1198 – May 6, 1943
  • Vol. 23 #1199 – May 13, 1943
  • Vol. 23 #1199 – May 20, 1943 (Misprint)
  • Vol. 24 #1201 – Jun. 3, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1902 – Jun. 10, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1903 – Jun. 17, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1904 – Jun. 24, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1905 – Jul. 1, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1906 – Jul. 8, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1907 – Jul. 15, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1908 – Jul. 22, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1909 – Jul. 29, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1910 – Aug. 5, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1911 – Aug. 12, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1912 – Aug. 19, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1013 – Aug. 26, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1014 – Sept. 2, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1015 – Sept. 9, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1016 – Sept. 16, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1017 – Sept. 23, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1018 – Sept. 30, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1019 – Oct. 7, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1020 – Oct. 14, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1021 – Oct. 21, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1022 – Oct. 28, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1023 – Nov. 4, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1024 – Nov. 11, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1025 – Nov. 18, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1026 – Nov. 25, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1028 – Dec. 9, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1029 – Dec. 16, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1030 – Dec. 23, 1943
  • Vol. 24 #1031 – Dec. 30, 1943

End of News Box 16A

 

 

 

News Box 16B – The Conway News

The Conway News, Conway, AR (Fair)

  • 24th Year #1032 – Jan. 6, 1944
  • 24th Year #1033 – Jan. 13, 1944
  • 24th Year #1034 – Jan. 20, 1944
  • 24th Year #1035 – Jan. 27, 1944
  • 24th Year #1036 – Feb. 3, 1944
  • 24th Year #1037 – Feb. 10, 1944
  • 24th Year #1038 – Feb. 17, 1944
  • 24th Year #1039 – Feb. 24, 1944
  • 24th Year #1040 – Mar. 2, 1944
  • 24th Year #1041 – Mar. 9, 1944
  • 24th Year #1042 – Mar. 16, 1944
  • 24th Year #1043 – Mar. 23, 1944
  • 24th Year #1044 – Mar. 30, 1944
  • 24th Year #1045 – Apr. 6, 1944
  • 24th Year #1046 – Apr. 13, 1944
  • 24th Year #1047 – Apr. 20, 1944
  • 24th Year #1048 – Apr. 27, 1944
  • 24th Year #1049 – May 4, 1944
  • 24th Year #1251 – May 11, 1944
  • 24th Year #1252 – May 18, 1944
  • 24th Year #1254 – Jun. 1, 1944
  • 25th Year #1255 – Jun. 8, 1944
  • 25th Year #1256 – Jun. 15, 1944
  • 25th Year #1257 – Jun. 22, 1944
  • 25th Year #1258 – Jun. 29, 1944
  • 25th Year #1259 – Jul. 6, 1944
  • 25th Year #1260 – Jul. 13, 1944
  • 25th Year #1261 – Jul. 20, 1944
  • 25th Year #1262 – Jul. 27, 1944
  • 25th Year #1263 – Aug. 3, 1944
  • 25th Year #1264 – Aug. 10, 1944
  • 25th Year #1265 – Aug. 17, 1944
  • 25th Year #1266 – Aug. 24, 1944
  • 25th Year #1267 – Aug. 31, 1944
  • 25th Year #1268 – Sept. 7, 1944
  • 25th Year #1269 – Sept. 14, 1944
  • 25th Year #1270 – Sept. 21, 1944
  • 25th Year #1271 – Sept. 28, 1944
  • 25th Year #1272 – Oct. 5, 1944
  • 25th Year #1273 – Oct. 12, 1944
  • 25th Year #1274 – Oct. 19, 1944
  • 25th Year #1275 – Oct. 26, 1944
  • 25th Year #1276 – Nov. 2, 1944
  • 25th Year #1277 – Nov. 9, 1944
  • 25th Year #1278 – Nov. 16, 1944
  • 25th Year #1279 – Nov. 23, 1944
  • 25th Year #1280 – Nov. 30, 1944
  • 25th Year #1281 – Dec. 7, 1944
  • 25th Year #1282 – Dec. 14, 1944
  • 25th Year #1283 – Dec. 21, 1944
  • 25th Year #1284 – Dec. 28, 1944
  • 25th Year #1285 – Jan. 4, 1945
  • 25th Year #1286 – Jan. 11, 1945
  • 25th Year #1287 – Jan. 18, 1945
  • 25th Year #1288 – Jan. 25, 1945
  • 25th Year #1289 – Feb. 1, 1945
  • 25th Year #1290 – Feb. 8, 1945
  • 25th Year #1291 – Feb. 15, 1945
  • 25th Year #1292 – Feb. 22, 1945
  • 25th Year #1293 – Mar. 1, 1945
  • 25th Year #1294 – Mar. 8, 1945
  • 25th Year #1295 – Mar. 15, 1945
  • 25th Year #1296 – Mar. 22, 1945
  • 25th Year #1297 – Mar. 29, 1945
  • 25th Year #1298 – Apr. 5, 1945
  • 25th Year #1299 – Apr. 12, 1945
  • 25th Year #1300 – Apr. 19, 1945
  • 25th Year #1301 – Apr. 26, 1945
  • 25th Year #1302 – May 3, 1945
  • 25th Year #1303 – May 10, 1945
  • 25th Year #1304 – May 17, 1945
  • 25th Year #1305 – May 24, 1945
  • 26th Year #1276 – May 31, 1945
  • 24th Year #1032 – Jan. 6, 1944
  • 24th Year #1033 – Jan. 13, 1944

End of News Box 16B

 

News Box 17

The England Democrat (England, Lonoke Co., Arkansas)

  • 21, #43 -Thursday, Aug. 16, 1945 -“Japs Surrender to End World War II” (Condition: Poor) -Donated by Jack Case

 

The Farkle Finger, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Good)-Owned by the Society of Professional Journalists

  • 6 #1 – Apr. 1983 (Condition: Good)
  • A Parody Issue -2 copies – Apr. 16-20, 1991

 

The Fort Smith Echo, Fort Smith, Arkansas (Condition: Poor)

  • 2 #38 – Jun. 8, 1934

 

The Fort Smith Weekly Journal, Fort Smith, Arkansas (Condition: Very poor)

  • 1 #4 – Jun. 22, 1934

 

The Free Enterpriser, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 2 #3 – Dec. 1950
  • 2 #4 – Jan. 1951
  • 2 #5, 7, 9 – 1951
  • 3 #2, 7-10, 12 – 1951-1952
  • 4 #1, 3-7 – 1952-1953
  • 5 #2, 5, 10, 12 – 1953-1954
  • 6 #1-11, 13, 15 – 1954-1956
  • 7 #8, 9 – 1956-1957
  • 12 #1 – 1959-1960
  • 13 #3 – 1961

 

The Greater Hot Springs Sr. Edition, Hot Springs, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 4 #2 – Mar. 1997 -2 copies

 

The Gurdon Times, Gurdon, Arkansas in Clark County (Condition: Good)

  • 4 #107 – Jan. 12, 1921

 

The Guy Leader, a school newspaper in Guy, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 1 #1 – Nov. 2, 1928
  • 1 #2 – Nov. 16, 1928
  • 1 #3 – Dec. 21, 1928
  • 1 #7 – May 1927

 

The Huntington Hummer, Huntington, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 1 #13 – Aug. 9, 1988

 

The Jones-Mills Bomber, Jones-Mill, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 1 #3 – Jun. 1, 1943

 

The Leader Jacksonville, AR (Condition: Good)

  • 19 #52 – Sept. 7, 2005

 

The Life of Little Rock, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Poor)

  • 1 #20 – Feb. 14, 1886

 

The Lincoln Leader, Lincoln, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 19 #27 – Mar. 7, 1957

 

The Lite Times, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Very good) -K-Lite 94.1 FM

  • 1 #3 – Apr. 1992

 

The Modern News, Harrisburg, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 61 #8 – Feb. 24, 1950

 

The Morganton Hi-Life, school newspaper in Morganton, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 1 #1 – Oct. 6, 1928
  • 1 #2 – Oct. 27, 1928

 

The Mt. Vernon Jeffersonian, Mt. Vernon, Illinois (Condition: Very Brittle)

  • 3 #15 – Feb. 24, 1854

 

The New York Times (Picture Section)

  • Sunday, November 22, 1931 (Condition: Very Fragile) -Donated by Judy & Gene Corcoran (Dec. 15, 2005)

 

The New York Times Magazine

  • Sunday, September 20, 1931 -“The Leaderless Youth of Germany” – 24 pages (Condition: very good) -Donated by Judy & Gene Corcoran  (Dec. 15, 2005)

 

The Ouachita Signal, Arkadelphia, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 60 #7 – Jan. 13, 1953

 

The Outlook, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Very good) -Official newspaper of the Republican Party of Arkansas

  • Winter 1995
  • Summer 1996

 

The Reagan Times, New York, New York (Good)-Dedication to the 40th President of the U.S.A.

  • 1, #1 – January 1981

 

The Rice Bird, Stuttgart, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 23 #1 – Oct. 11, 1948

 

The Spectator (Ozark, Franklin County , Arkansas)

  • Friday, May 4, 1945 – “Our Men and Women in the Nation’s Service” pg 1-2
  • “Washington Merry-go Round” – article on new president Harry Truman – page 3

 

The Springdale News, Springdale, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 51 #1 – Apr. 29, 1937 -Golden Anniversary Edition

 

The Star- Progress, Berryville, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 79th year #10 – 30, 1950

End of News Box 17

 

 

News Box 18 – The Log Cabin Democrat

The Log Cabin Democrat, Conway, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • Arkansas State Teachers College Special Edition – 1950
  • Arkansas State Teachers College Special Edition – 1951
  • Origins of Names Used to Designate Buildings on Campuses Recalled – Arkansas State Teachers College, Central Baptist College, and Hendrix College – c. 1955
  • 85 #42 – Nov. 1, 1963 (2 copies) (Condition: Good)
  • Section B Vol. 85 #42 – Nov. 1, 1963
  • 85 no. 60- November 22, 1963- “President Kennedy Assassinated”
  • 85, no. 2 -November 25, 1963 “Last Farewell Said to Kennedy”; “All Conway in Mourning”
  • Section B – Feb. 23, 1968
  • Section B – February 23, 1968
  • The First Century: An Honored Beginning (Centennial Edition 1873-1973) – Apr. 21, 1973 Centennial, Conway, Arkansas (Condition: Fair) 3 copies
  • Faulkner County & Conway 1873-1973
  • The First Century: An Honored Beginning – Apr. 21, 1973
  • HURRICANE KATRINA:
    • 125th year # 348 – Aug. 28, 2005
    • 125th year # 349 – Aug. 29, 2005
    • 125th year # 350 – Aug. 30, 2005
    • 125th year # 351 – Aug. 31, 2005
    • 125th year # 352 – Sept. 1, 2005
    • 125th year # 352 – Sept. 2, 2005
    • 125th year # 354 – Sept. 3, 2005
    • 125th year # 355 – Sept. 4, 2005
    • 125th year # 356 – Sept. 5, 2005
    • 125th year # 357 – Sept. 6, 2005
    • 125th year # 358 – Sept. 7, 2005
    • 125th year # 359 – Sept. 8, 2005
    • 125th year # 360 – Sept. 9, 2005
    • 125th year # 362 – Sept. 11, 2005
    • 125th year # 362 – Sept. 12, 2005
    • 126th year # 05 – Sept. 19, 2005
  • September 18, 2007- “Part of History: Enola Gay navigator makes stop in Conway”
  • September 1, 2009 -“Frank E. Robins III, 1928-2009: Peers remember pillar of community, former publisher-owner of Log Cabin”
  • June 11, 2010 – “Longtime District Judge Russell “Jack” Roberts dies at 67”

End of News Box 18

 

 

 

News Box 19 – The Normal Echo

The Normal Echo, Conway, Arkansas Published by The Arkansas State Normal School

  • Vol. 7 #13 – May 5, 1916 (Very poor)
  • Vol. 7 #14 – May 23, 1916 (Condition: Fair)
  • Vol. 8 #9 – Mar. 16, 1917 (2 copies)
  • Vol. 8 #10 – Mar. 30, 1917
  • Vol. 8 #12 – May 23, 1917 (2 copies)
  • Vol. 9 #1 – Oct. 12, 1917 (2 copies)
  • Vol. 9 #2 – Oct. 26, 1917
  • Vol. 9 #3 – Nov. 16, 1917 (2 copies)
  • Vol. 9 #4 – Nov. 30, 1917 (2 copies)
  • Vol. 9 #5 – Dec. 20, 1917 (2 copies)
  • Vol. 9 #6 – Jan. 18, 1918 (2 copies)
  • Vol. 9 #7 – Feb. 8, 1918 (2 copies)
  • Vol. 9 #8 – Feb. 28, 1918 (2 copies)
  • Vol. 11 #1 – Oct. 18, 1919
  • Vol. 11 #5 – Dec. 19, 1919
  • Vol. 11 #8 – Feb. 20, 1920
  • Vol. 12 #10 – Feb. 25, 1921
  • Vol. 12 #13 – Apr. 8, 1921
  • Vol. 12 #14 – Apr. 29, 1921
  • Vol. 14 #2 – Oct. 5, 1923
  • Vol. 14 #5 – Oct. 26, 1923
  • Vol. 14 #10 – Nov. 30, 1923
  • Vol. 14 #25 – Apr. 11, 1924
  • Vol. 14 #26 – Apr. 18, 1924
  • Vol. 15 #6 – Nov. 11, 1924
  • Vol. 19 #20 – Mar. 29, 1929
  • Vol. 20 #26 – May 16, 1930
  • Vol. 21 #11 – Jan. 23, 1931
  • Vol. 21 #17 – Apr. 10, 1931
  • Vol. 23 #12 – May 23, 1933
  • Vol. 24 #5 – Nov. 10, 1933
  • Vol. 32 #1 – Sept. 19, 1941
  • Vol. 32 #10 – January 26, 1942, -Interesting Subjects & Articles: WWII, “Board Names Ferguson Dean of College,”; “(Funeral) Services for Dean Meadors Held at Chapel” (Condition: good) -Donated by Jack Case
  • Vol. 45 #28 – May 21, 1954
  • Vol. 48 #11 – Dec. 8, 1961
  • Vol. 48 #28 – May 11, 1962
  • Vol. 49 #1 – Sept. 21, 1962
  • Vol. 49 #2 – Sept. 28, 1962
  • Vol. 49 #3 – Oct. 5, 1962
  • Vol. 49 #4 – Oct.12, 1962
  • Vol. 49 #5 – Oct. 19, 1962
  • Vol. 49 #6 – Oct. 26, 1962
  • Vol. 49 #7 – Nov. 9, 1962
  • Vol. 49 #8 – Nov. 16, 1962
  • Vol. 49 #9 – Nov. 30, 1962
  • Vol. 49 #10 – Dec. 7, 1962
  • Vol. 49 #11 – Dec. 14, 1962
  • Vol. 49 #12 – Jan. 11, 1963
  • Vol. 49 #13 – Jan. 18, 1963

End of News Box 19


 

News Box 20

The State Republican, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Very poor)

  • 13 #44 – Nov. 3, 1905
  • 18 #31 – Aug. 5, 1910
  • 12 #8 – Jun. 15, 1916

 

The Sunday Times (Condition: Very Good)

  • 9317 – Mar. 23, 2003

 

The Times, North Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • 72 #4 – Mar. 4, 1971-2 copies
  • 67715 – Mar. 20, 2003 (Condition: Very Good)

 

Triangle Rising Newsmagazine, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Good) -A publication of the Arkansas Gay and Lesbian Task Force

  • 1995
  • 1995
  • 1996
  • May 1996
  • 1996
  • 1997

 

Union Labor Bulletin, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 38 #28 – Jul. 10, 1938
  • Golden Anniversary – 23, 1948 (Condition: Good)

 

Washington Telegraph, Washington, Arkansas (Condition: Good)

  • 4 #1 – Jul. 19, 1843

 

WR Campaigner, Little Rock, Arkansas (Condition: Fair)

  • Vol. 1 #5 – Oct. 3, 1964
  • Vol. 1 #6 – Oct. 10, 1964
  • Vol. 1 #7 – Oct. 17, 1964
  • Vol. 1 #1 – Aug. 4, 1966
  • Vol. 1 #2 – Sept. 2, 1966
  • Vol. 1 #3 – Sept. 16, 1966
  • Vol. 1 #4 – Sept. 30, 1966
  • Vol. 1 #5 – Oct. 14, 1966
  • Vol. 1 #6 – Nov. 1, 1966
  • Vol. 2 #1 – Aug. 16, 1968
  • Vol. 2 #2 – Sept. 6, 1968
  • Vol. 2 #3 – Sept. 27, 1969
  • Vol. 2 #4 – Oct. 11, 1968
  • Vol. 2 #5 – Oct. 25, 1968
  • Vol. 2 #6 – Nov. 1, 1968
  • Vol. 3 #1 – Aug. 10, 1970
  • Vol. 3 #2 – Aug. 24, 1970
  • Vol. 3 #3 – Sept. 11, 1970
  • Vol. 3 #4 – Oct. 2, 1970
  • Vol. 3 #5 – Oct. 16, 1970
  • Vol. 3 #6 – Oct. 30, 1970

 

White County Weekly Record – Bald Knob Banner

  • January 10-16, 2001

End of News Box 20

 

 

News Box 21

Trumpet and Universalist Magazine, Boston, Massachusetts (Condition: Very Brittle)

  • 1 #10-52 – Jul. 5, 1828 – Jun. 27, 1829

 

Porter’s Spirit of the Times, New York, New York (Condition: Poor)

  • 16 #51 – Feb. 13, 1847
  • 1 #1-26 – Sept.6, 1856 – Feb. 28, 1857- A Chronicle of the Turf, Field Sports, Literature, and the Stage (Condition: Good)

 

End of News Box 21

 

 

News Box 22 – Misc. Items

Item 1– History and political articles to include:

  1. History of the Arkansas State Flag
  2. Congressional Record – Speech of Hattie W. Caraway of Arkansas in the Senate of the United States. In memoriam of the late Senator Joseph T. Robinson – 20, 1938
  3. “Men Who Made Arkansas History”, newspaper articles by W.J. Lemke
    1. Herman Davis “Arkansas Most Distinguished Son in Action” WWI
    2. S. Judge Isaac Parker, “He Put an End to Hell on The Border” 1838-1896
    3. Joseph T. Robinson – Congressman 1903-1913, Arkansas Governor 1913, and U.S. Senator 1918, 1924, 1930
  4. Arkansas Democrat newspaper article, “Hattie Caraway, Arkansas Legislator and First Woman Senior in U.S. History – 7, 1956
  5. President Harry S. Truman – c. 1950’s
  6. Freedom To Worship – 2, 1951
  7. Brooks Hays, official results of he 5th Congressional District primary elections – 16, 1933
  8. #107 of 1945 (to prevent Negroes from voting)– Jun. 18, 1946
  9. “Run of The News” regarding Gov. McMath’s race for governor in Arkansas – c. 1950
  10. Criticism of McMath – 15, 1949
  11. Flood Control Work on the Arkansas River
  12. Arkansas Gazette, Little Rock Arkansas, “Bumpers Shatters Fulbright; Pryor Takes Narrow Victory,” May 29, 1974.

 

Item 2– Arkansas Gazette articles, “Arkansas Names Its Counties”. These articles are on the counties in Arkansas.  This information was compiled and produced by Tom W. Campbell – Oct. 15, 1944  (The following counties have no articles included: Baxter, Boone, Chicot, Cleburne, Cleveland, Drew, Faulkner, Garland, Grant, Howard, Lee, Lincoln, Little River, Lonoke, Nevada, Ouachita, Phillips, Prairie, Scott, Sevier, Sharp, and Stone counties)

  1. Arkansas County – 13, 1813
  2. Ashley County – 30, 1848
  3. Benton County – 30, 1836
  4. Bradley County – 18, 1840
  5. Calhoun County – 6, 1850
  6. Carroll County – 1, 1833
  7. Clark County – undated (see article)
  8. Clay County – est. 6, 1875 (originally Clayton County – est. Mar. 24, 1873) see article detailing the origination of Sarber/Logan County as a reference
  9. Columbia County – 17, 1852
  10. Conway County – 20, 1825
  11. Craighead County – 21, 1859
  12. Crawford County – 18, 1820
  13. Crittenden County – 22, 1825
  14. Cross County – 15, 1862
  15. Dallas County – 1, 1845
  16. Desha County – 12, 1838
  17. Franklin County – 19, 1837
  18. Fulton County – 21, 1842
  19. Green County – 5, 1833
  20. Hempstead County – 15, 1818
  21. Hot Springs County – 2, 1829
  22. Independence County – 20, 1820
  23. Izard County – 27, 1825
  24. Jackson County – 5, 1829
  25. Jefferson County – 2, 1829
  26. Johnson County – 16, 1833
  27. Lafayette County – 15, 1827
  28. Lawrence County – 15, 1815
  29. Logan County – 14, 1875 (originally Sarber County – est. 1871)
  30. Madison County – 30, 1836
  31. Marion County – 3, 1835 (see also Searcy County)
  32. Miller County – 1, 1820
  33. Mississippi County – 1, 1883
  34. Monroe County – 2, 1829
  35. Montgomery County – 9, 1842
  36. Newton County – 14, 1842
  37. Perry County – 18, 1840
  38. Pike County – 1, 1833
  39. Poinsett County – 28, 1838
  40. Polk County – 4, 1844
  41. Pope County – 2, 1829
  42. Pulaski County – 15, 1818
  43. Randolph County – 29, 1835
  44. Francis County – Oct. 13, 1827
  45. Saline County – 2, 1835
  46. Searcy County – 3, 1838 (although the name was changed to Marion County on Nov. 3, 1835 and a new county was cut out of the south half of Marion County and renamed Searcy County)
  47. Sebastian County – 6, 1851
  48. Union County – 2, 1829
  49. Van Buren County – 11, 1833
  50. Washington County – 17, 1828
  51. White County – 23, 1835
  52. Woodruff County – 26, 1862
  53. Yell County – 5, 1840
  54. Miscellaneous (information on Turnersville, Post Office in Pope County)

 

Item 3– Scrapbooks of United States Presidents.  This scrapbook contains various articles, books, cartoons, and photos of the Presidents of the United States up to President Roosevelt (Condition: Very Brittle)

 

Item 4– Miscellaneous Articles

  1. Official election returns – Aug. 1920, Aug. 1926, Aug. 1932
  2. General election ticket – 8, 1938
  3. News article “Flood Control Work on Arkansas River More Than a Century Old”
  4. News article “McCombs Defeats Efforts to Oust Him and Then Retires”
  5. News article “McCombs Thought Result In 1920 Was “Retribution””
  6. A complaint written to a judge on highway case in Pope County
  7. News article “Last Tuesday’s Primary Election Broke All Records” along with the primary election results listed – 15, 1926

 

Item 5-19 – Miscellaneous Periodicals (Condition: Good)

  1. The Banner – summer 1994
  2. Coalition Quarterly – winter 1997
  3. Arkansam News – Vol. 11 #8 – Aug. 1996
  4. Earthkeeper’s Journal – Vol. 1 #1 – Oct. 1995
  5. Warm Hearts for Cold Noses – winter 1995
  6. Ronald McDonald’s House – winter 1995-spring 1996
  7. Little Rock Business – #7 – Jul. 1991
  8. At Home – May 1997
  9. Parenting in Arkansas – Vol. 5 #1 – spring 1996
  10. The Arkansas Outdoor Enthusiast – Vol. 1 #2 – Aug. 1996
  11. The Spring Magazine – Vol. 2 #10 – Oct. 1994
  12. Good News Reporter – Oct. 1996
  13. The Historical News – Vol. 16 #4 – Jun. 1996

End News Box 22

 

End of Collection