P18 – Art, Artists & Writers

Photograph Collection 18 pertains to the Arts, Artists and Writers in Arkansas. Black Artists are usually included in P2 — Blacks.

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1. Black Rock Band. Black Rock, Lawrence County, Ark. c.1890. (8″ X 10″). Donor: Tom W. Dillard.

2. Jim Holderfield, well-known fiddler, and family. Cleveland, Conway County, Ark. c.1895. (6″ X 8″). Donor: J. Richard Berry.

3. “Dick’s Pine Ridge Mocking Birds” all female band. Pine Ridge, Montgomery County, Ark. c.1940. (3 1/2″ X 4 1/2″). Postcard.

4. Ozark Fiddler. Copied from WPA Arkansas: A Guide (1941). c.1940. NEGATIVE.

5. Turner Family Band, Posing in front of Caddo Theater. Forester, Scott County, Ark. 1940. (8″ X 10″). NEGATIVE.

6. Francis McBeth, Arkansas Symphony Orchestra Conductor. Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. c.1970. (8 1/2″ X 11″). Donor: Arkansas Symphony Orchestra (ASO).

7. Kurt Klipstatter, Conductor ASO. Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. c.1975. (8″ X 10″). Donor: ASO.

8. Kurt Klipstatter, Conducting ASO. Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark. c.1976. (8″ X 10″). Photographer: Lee Crum. Donor: ASO.

9. Square Dance. Neat Hardy, Sharp County, Ark. Copied from WPA, Arkansas: A Guide (1941). c.1940. (3″ X 4″). NEGATIVE.

10. “The Old Barn Dance at Pine Ridge.” Montgomery County, Ark. c.1940. (3″ X 5″). Postcard.

11. Print made by Japanese Relocatee, Rohwer Relocation Camp. Rohwer, Desha County, Ark. c.1942. (3 1/2″ X 4 1/2″). NEGATIVE.

12. Print made by Japanese Relocatee, Rohwer Relocation Camp. Rohwer, Desha County, Ark. c.1942. (4 1/2″ X 3 1/2″).

13. Print made by Japanese Relocatee. Rohwer Relocation Camp. Rohwer, Desha County, Ark. c.1942. (3 1/2″X4 1/2″).

14. “DeSoto Discovers the Father of Waters and Arkansas – May 1541″, c.1980. (4 1/2″X6”). Artist: Robert Guillemin. Postcard. Donor: T.W.D.

15. “Father Marguette and Trader Jolliet visit Arkansas 167 3″, c.1980. (4 1/2″X6”). Artist: Robert Guillemin. Postcard. Donor: T.W.D.

16. “The Arkansas Traveller”, c.1980. (4 1/2″X6″). Artist: Casimer Gregory Stapko after E.F. Washburn. Postcard. Donor: T.W.D.

17. “Dancing to Arkansaw Traveller”, c.1980. (4 1/2″X6″). Artist: Casimer Gregory Stapko based on drawing Arkansas Traveller” by A.B. Frost. Postcard. Donor: T.W.D.

18. “The Arkansas Pilgrims”, c.1980. (4 1/2″X6″). Artist: Casimer Gregory Stapko based on “Sketches in far West Arkansas Pilgrims” by P. Frenzeny and Tavernier. Postcard. Donor: T.W.D.

19. Dee Brown, Arkansas writer from Rose Publishing Co. Records. c.1982. (6 1/2″X4 1/2″).

20. Dee Brown autographing books at Arkansas Bank and Trust’s Party, Hot Springs, Garland County, Ark. Oct. 4, 1982. (8″X10″). Photographer: Andy Hudson. From: Rose Publishing Co. Records.

21. Ozark Blacksmith Shop. c.1954. (3 1/2″X5 1/2″). Artist: Louis Freund. Postcard. Donor: Harold Sherman Papers.

22. “Dancing to Arkansaw Traveller,” c.1980. (4 1/2″X6″). Artist: Casimer Gregory Stapko based on drawing “Arkansaw Traveller” by A.B. Frost. Postcard.

23. Mapes, Doris Williamson, Little Rock Artist. 1989. (8″X10″).

24. “Desoto”. (3 1/2″ x 4 1/2″). Drawing. Artist: Darley

25. “LaSalle Claims Louisiana.” (4″ x 6″). Post card. George Catlin Painting.

26. “Saturday Noon in an Arkansas Town.” (4″ x 6″). Postcard Based on original sketch by P. Frenzey.

27. “Trail of Tears.” (4″ x 6″). Post card. Artist: Robert Lindneux.

28. “Jon-Boat”. Buffalo River, (2nd, bluff below Pruitt, Newton Co., Ark). By: Thomas Hart Benton. (4″ x 6″). Postcard.

29. String Band, Arkansas Tech. College, Russellville, Pope Co., Ark., (4″ x 6″). Donor: Creo A. Jones.

30. W. H. Auden, Feb. 22, 1971. Interviewed by Mike Masterson at Conway Holiday Inn, Conway, Faulkner Co., Arkansas. (5″ x 8″).

31. Jimmy Driftwood, Folk singer and author. (8″ x 10″).

32. J.N. Heiskell (left). c. 1969. (8″ x 10″).

33. Hugh Patterson, Margaret Ross, J. N. Heiskell. Nov. 29, 1969. (8″ x 10″).

34. Joe Wirges, “Gazette ” crime reporter, c. 1950. (8″x10″).

35. Two sketches of Little Rock writer Dee Brown. (8 1/2″x11). By: Gene Hatfield.

End of Collection