P13 - Portraits/Groups

Photo Collection Number 13 contains portraits of Arkansans. Additional portraits may be located in other subject photo collections. For example, portraits of black Arkansans will be located in P-2 Blacks. Many portraits of female Arkansans are filed in P-11 Women. To some extent portraits are found in most photo collections.

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1. Joe Asher, Pulaski County Judge, 1908-1916. (3 1/2" X 5"). NEGATIVE. Donor: Tom W. Dillard.

2. Henry Franklin Auten, 1861-1918, Developer of Pulaski Heights, and 1898 Republican candidate for governor of Arkansas. (3 1/2" X 5"). NEGATIVE. Donor: T.W.D.

3. Henry Franklin Auten, 1861-1918. (3 1/2" X 5"). NEGATIVE. Donor: T.W.D.

4. Lawrence Auten, 1896-1948; Pulaski County Circuit Judge, 1938-1948; unsuccessful candidate for the Arkansas Supreme Court, 1944. (3 1/2" X 51'). NEGATIVE. Donor: T.W.D.

5. Lawrence Auten, 1896-1948, performing his famous magic act. (3 1/2" X 5").NEGATIVE. Donor: T.W.D.

6. Lawrence Auten, 1896-1948, c.1915. (1/2" X 5"). NEGATIVE. Donor: T.W.D.

7. Lawrence and Frank Auten, children of H.F. Auten. c.1899. (3 1/2" X 5"). NEGATIVE. Donor: T.W.D.

8. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Auten, c.1940. (3 1/2" X 5"). NEGATIVE. Donor: T.W.D.

9. T. H. Barton, c.1937. (4 1/2" X 6 1/2"). NEGATIVE Source: Pamphlet File 236

10. Dr. Edwin Bentley, 1824-1917; A founder of the University of Arkansas Medical School and the president from 1904-1906. (5" X 7"). Donor: T.W.D.

11.Dr. Augustus L. Breysacher, 1831-1897; One of the founders of the University of Arkansas Medical Department. (5" X 7").' Donor: T.W.D.

12. Dr. James A. Dibrell, 1846-1904; A founder of the University of Arkansas Medical School and the president from 1886 until his death in 1904. (5" X 7"). Donor: T.W.D.

13. Leland DuVall, Business and Farm Editor and author of Arkansas: Colony and State. (5" X 7"). Source: Rose Publishing Co. records.

14. James Peter Faucette, first mayor of the city of Argenta (North Little Rock), Pulaski County, Ark. c.1910. (5" X 7"). Donor: Twin City Bank.

15. Thomas Fletcher, 1817-1900; Pulaski County Sheriff, 1858-1862, 1866-1868; unsuccessful candidate for governor in 1878;

U.S. Marshal, Populist leader. (5" X 7"). Donor: T.W.D.

16. Gen. Benjamin W. Green, Adjutant General Arkansas State Militia. (3 1/2" X 5"). NEGATIVE. Donor: T.W.D.

17. Fay Hempstead, Historian, Masonic leader, poet, c.1890. (5" X 7"). Donor: T.W.D.

18. Dallas T. Herndon, Arkansas History Commission Director, author of numerous works of Arkansas history, c.1925. (5" X 7"). Donor: T.W.D.

19. Dr. P.O. Hooper, 1833-1902; A founder of the University of Arkansas Medical School and superintendent of the Arkansas Mental Asylum until 1901. (5" X 7") Donor: T.W.D.

20. Marion and Idora Hooper, Hot Springs, Garland County, Ark. c.1935. (3 1/2" x 5"). NEGATIVE.

21. William L. Howard, Photographer, c.1900. (3 1/2" X 5"). NEGATIVE. Donor: T.W.D.

22. Dr. Roscoe G. Jennings, 1833-1899; A founder of the University of Arkansas Medical School, serving as the secretary until 1893. (5 X 7"). Donor: T.W.D.

23. William M. Kavanaugh, Pulaski County Judge from 1900 904. (3 1/2" X 5"). NEGATIVE. Donor: T.W.D.

24. William H. Langford, Pine Bluff businessman, Pine Bluff, Jefferson County, Ark. c.1905. (3 1/2" X 5"). Donor: T.W.D.

25. William Monks and wife, A Missouri Unionist active in Civil War era, Arkansas. c.1900. (5" X 7"). NEG. Donor: T.W.D.

26. Joseph Shrader, Little Rock photographer, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. (3 1/2" X 5"). NEGATIVE. Donor: T.W.D.

27. Ozark Mountaineer in coonskin cap and homespun jacket, c.1900. (3 1/2" X 4 1/2"). NEGATIVE. Source: WPA, Arkansas: A Guide (1941).

28. Dr. Waddy Moore, c.1973. (3 1/2" X 5"). Source: Arkansas in The Gilded Age 18741900.

29. David Yancy Thomas, Ph.D., professor of history, political science and economics at the University of Arkansas, c.1920. (5" X 7"). Donor: T.W.D.

30. Philander K. Roots, Little Rock banker and brother of Logan H. Roots. (NEGATIVE ONLY). Donor: T.W.D. 31. William Monks, Missouri Unionist active in Civil War era Arkansas, with wife, c.1865. (5" X 7"). NEG. Donor: T.W.D.

32. Col. Raleigh M. Pearson, Arkansas militia officer, (3 1/2" X 5"). NEGATIVE. Donor: T.W.D.

33. Rev. P. Maurus Rohner, Little Rock German immigrant cleric and foe of opponents to theory of evolution, c.1920. (3 1/2" X 5"). NEGATIVE. Donor: T.W.D.

34. Rev. Hay Watson Smith, Little Rock Presbyterian cleric and foe of opponents to theory of evolution, c.1920. (3 1/2" X 5"). NEGATIVE. Donor: T.W.D.

35. Miller Williams, Fayetteville, poet, professor, and director, University of Arkansas Press. c.1980. (4" X 5"). 36. Charles Taylor, Little Rock Mayor, 1911? (NEGATIVE ONLY). Donor: T.W.D.

37. Claibourne Watkins, A founder of the University of Arkansas Medical School, 1844-1908. (5" X 7"). Donor: T.W.D.

38. Dr. John J. McAlmont, 1821-1896, physician, mayor of Little Rock, a founder of UA Medical School. (5" X 7"). NEGATIVE. Donor: T.W.D

39. James H. Southall, 1841-1901, A founder of the University of Arkansas Medical School. (5" X 7"). Donor: T.W.D.

40. Governor J.M. Futrell, c.1932. (6" X 10"). Donor: T.W.D.

41. David O. Dodd, teenage Confederate spy; captured and executed. (8" X 10").

42. Thomas Whitaker Rosborough, 18681952, Founder of Caddo River Lumber Co., c.1910. (8" X 10"). NEG..

43. Thomas Whitaker Rosborough, c.1935. (8" X 10"). and (2 1/2" X 3 1/2").

44. Dr. Guy Smith of Little Rock, a founder of Arkansas Enterprises for the Blind. c.1975. (8" X 10"). From: Rose Publishing Co. Papers.

45. George H. Grayson in long coat, Manager of Grayson McLeod Lumber Company. c.1912. (8" X 10"). NEG..

46. Harold M. Sherman (8" X 10").

47. Tom Terral, later Arkansas Secretary of State and Governor, c.1913. (7" X 10").

48. Governor Tom Terral, c.1924. (7 1/4" X 10").

49. Herman Dierks, helped build Dierks Lumber and Coal Company, c.1910. (8" X 10"). NEGATIVE.

50. Hans Dierks, President of Dierks Lumber and Coal Company, c.1910. (8" X 10"). NEGATIVE.

51. Carney Bardwell and B. Bardwell, photographers at Rosboro, Ark. c.1920. (8" X 10"). NEGATIVE.

52. William L. Hall, helped establish Ouachita National Forest; worked later for Dierks Lumber Co. c.1930. (8" X 10"). NEGATIVE.

53. Picture made at Clara Horrell's home in 1908; east of Mayflower, Arkansas, c.1908. (8" X 10").

54. Governor J.M. Futrell (bottom row, far left) and member of Arkansas State Rangers. (8" X 10"). NEGATIVE.

55. Beverly Paul Clayton (18951961), founder of KCON radio station in Conway, Arkansas, Hendrix College Senior c.1914. (4" X 6").

56. Photo of unidentified man, found with photo of Mrs. A.C. Gregory, (3 1/2" X 5" oval). From: Vertical Files.

57. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kumpe in their Little Rock home, c.1984. (8" X 10"). From: Rose Publishing Co. Papers.

58. Roy Kumpe, c.1983. (8" X 10"). From: Rose Publishing Co. Papers File The Lions Share: By Roy Kumpe and Jim Lester.

59. Roy Kumpe, c.1984. (8" X 10"). From: Rose Publishing Co. Papers.

60. Roy Kumpe in front of Arkansas Enterprises For The Blind, c.1984. (8" X 10"). From: Rose Publishing Co. Papers

61. Dr. F. Hampton Roy, c.1985. (9" X 12 1/4"). From: F. Hampton Roy Papers. Photographer: Andrew Kill gore.

62. Portrait of a Young Man in Military Uniform, location unknown, c.1908. Postcard. (2" X 2"). From: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

63. Lisa Formby, Patmos, Hempstead County, Ark. 1909. Postcard. (3 1/2" X 5 1/2"). From: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

64. Portrait of a Young Man, location unknown, c.1909. (3" X 5"). From: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

65. Man named Gans, Bodcaw, Nevada County, Ark. c.1910. Postcard. (3 1/4" X 5 1/4"). From: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

66. Ray Thompkins, Bodcaw, Nevada County, Ark. c.1909. Postcard. (3" X 5"). From: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

67. Earl Barham, Bodcaw, Nevada County, Ark. 1909. Postcard. (3 1/4" X 5 1/4"). From: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

68. Group picture at Fayetteville, Washington County, Ark. 1909. (3 1/4" X 5 1/4"). From: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

69. Dove Hickobey and female friend, Bodcaw, Nevada County, Ark. 1909. (3 1/4" X 5 1/4"). From: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

70. Lige Dodson, Sam Hamilton and C.C. Martenson, Bodcaw, Nevada County, Ark. c.1906. Postcard. (3 1/4" X 3 1/4"). From: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

71. Group picture at Bodcaw, Bodcaw, Nevada County, Ark. 1908. Postcard. (3 1/2" X 5 1/2"). From: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

72. Unidentified group, location unknown, c.1910. Post card. (3 1/4" X 5 1/4"). From: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

73. Unidentified group with horses, location unknown, c.1910. Postcard. (3 1/4" X 5 1/4"). From: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

74. Group of friends, Bodcaw, Nevada County, Ark. c.1910. Postcard. (3 1/4" X 5 1/4"). From: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

75. Elza Atkinson and Lige Dodson, Bodcaw, Nevada County, Ark. c.1909. Postcard. (3 1/4" X 5 1/4"). From: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

76. Unidentified Family, probably Lonoke County, Ark. c.1910. (4" X 5 1/2"). From: David W. Bizzell.

77. F. M. Nolan Charles, (8"x10"). From: Ted Worley Papers.

78. John R. Hume V, (recent, c. 11980's). [8"x10"].

79. Staff of Cromwell, Neyland, Truempe, Millet and Gatchell, Inc., Architech, Little Rock, posing at the Arkansas Territorial Restoration, Little Rock, Pulaski Co., Ark., c. 1975. (8"x10").

80. James P. Alley, Benton, Saline Co., Ark., c. 1919. (3 3/4"x 2 3/4").

81. Captain Jenks Brown - Steamboat "Little Rock", Pulaski Co., Ark., c. 1880. (4"x2 1/2").

82 William E. Woodruff (1795 -1885), Founder of the Arkansas Gazette. (5 1/2"x3 1/2"). Post card.

83. Judge Isaac Parker (1838 - 1896). Post card.

84. Dr. Richard Murrell Southard with his second wife, Mary Alice (Goodbar) Southard, on their honeymoon in Eureka Springs, Carroll Co., Ark., Aug. 3, 1915. (5 1/2"x3 1/2"). Post card.

85. Dr. Richard Murrell Southard and his second wife, Mary Alice (Goodbar) Southard, c. 1915.

86. Henri de Tonti (1650 - 1704). Founded the first Arkansas Post. (5 1/2"x3 1/2"). Post card.

87. Harvey Couch. c. 1940. (7"x5').

88. Logan H. Roots. (Negative only).

89. Young man with fish. 2 3/8" x 4").

90. Man with banjo. (2 3/8 x 4"). c. 1930's.

91. Man with pole. (2" x 3 3/8" oval). c. 1930's.

92. Three on a picnic. (1 1/2" x 2 3/8"). c. 1930's.

93. Two on a dock. ( 1 1/2, x 2 3/81). c. 1930's.

94. Three ladies. (1 3/8' x 3'). c 1930's (?).

95 Three ladies playing golf. (2 3/8, x 4'). c. 1930's.

96. Ida Miller (31 x 5'). May 30, 1928.

97. Elias C Boudinot. (2 3/8, x 41). c. 1900.

98. Edsel Ford, Arkansas Poet (2 1/2' x 3 1/2'). c.1955.

99. 'Black Dog', (Tchong-tas-sab-bee), Osage Indian Chief. (41 x 61). Post card. Painting by George Catlin.

100. Merle Allison Johnson, 'The Kingdom Seekers'. c. 1973. (4' x 5').

101. Hines Family photo. (51 x 71). Donor: Erwin L. McDonald Seated with parents Robert and Martha (Pyle) Hines are James and Annie (later Mrs. Joe Petray). Standing left to right: Henry Pyle (brother of Mrs. Robert Hines), Della Hines (later Mrs. Walter Martin), John Hines, Pink Hines, (cousin of Robert), Mack Hatton Hines.

102. Morris M. Cohn, Attorney, 1852. Little Rock, Pulaski Co., Ark. (3 1/2' x 5'). Donor: Tom W. Dillard.

103. George 0. Heinrich. 1866. German Immigration Official for Arkansas. (3 1/2' x 51). Donor: T. W. Dillard.

104. Ike Kempner, Retail Merchant/Jewish leader, Little Rock, Pulaski, Co., Ark. (3 1/2" x 5"). Donor: T. W. Dillard.

105. Harry Lasker, Jewish Business man. Little Rock, Pulaski, Co., Ark. (3 1/2" x 5"). Donor: T. W. Dillard.

106. Leo Pheifer, Jewish leader, Little Rock merchant. Little Rock, Pulaski Co., Ark. (3 1/2" x 5"). c. ?. Donor: Tom W. Dillard.

107. Charles S. Stifft, Little Rock jewelry store founder. Little Rock, Pulaski Co., Ark. Donor: T. W. Dillard.

108. Ben Isgrig, U. A. student, 1948.

109. Unidentified Group, Happy Hollow, Hot Springs, Garland Co., Ark. c. 1900's. (16 1/2" x 8 1/2"). Photo by Arungton Studio.

110. Family group, Happy Hollow , Hot Springs, Garland Co., Ark. (7" x 9"). Photo by McLeod. c. 1900's.

111. M. M. (Mark M.) Cohn, Little Rock Merchant, died 7/4/1923 age 78. Two photos - Photo A. (7 1/2" x 9 1/2"). - Photo B. (4 1/2" x 6 1/2"). Donor: Tom W. Dillard.

112.  Sara Fountain Camden (Negatives)

113.  Faulkner County Teachers Institute in front of Old Main at the University of Central Arkansas (then the Arkansas State Normal School) - Conway, AR - Sept.1926 (8" x 10" sepiatone)

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