P3 - Education

Illustrated-P3

Photo Collection Number 3 contains images relating to education in Arkansas. Photos included span the spectrum of issues and subjects related--sometimes distantly--to education. Libraries are included in education.

NOTE: Please specify photo collection number and photo number when requesting material.

 

1. School children. Clover Bend, Lawrence County, Ark. c.1890. Donor: Tom W. Dillard.

2. Peabody School. Little Rock, Ark. c.1895. Negative. Donor: T.W.D.

3. Little Rock University. c.1895. Negative. Donor: T.W.D.

4. Pulaski Heights School. c.1907. Negative. Donor: T.W.D.

5. Little Rock University. c.1880. Donor: T.W.D.

6. Mountain View School, Conway County District No. 30, Will A. Berry, teacher. Aug. 28, 1898. Negative. Donor: J. Richard Berry.

7. Solgohachia Public School, 1908-09. Will A. Berry, principal, Willie M. Morrow, ass't. Donor: J. Richard Berry.

8. Springfield Public School. Conway County, Ark. 1904. Will A Berry, principal. Donor: J. Richard Berry.

9. Springfield Public School. Conway County, Ark. c.1905. Will A. Berry, principal. Donor: J. Richard Berry.

10. Cleveland Public School. Conway County, Ark. July 1903. Will A. Berry, principal. Donor: J. Richard Berry.

11. Conway Public School grades. Conway, Ark. c.1910. Donor: J. Richard Berry.

12. Hendrix College students. Conway, Ark. c.1910. Donor: J. Richard Berry.

13. Little Rock High School European History Class, May 1919. James H. Atkinson, teacher. Donor: T.W.D.

14. Gov. Orval E. Faubus (seated) proclaims "1966 Arkansas Library Week." Standing (center) is Silas D. Snow, President of Arkansas State Teachers College, and Lee B. Spencer, Library Week Coordinator for Arkansas and ASTC librarian. Apr. 18, 1966. Source: UCA Vertical Files.

15. Book Selection Center, Arkansas River Valley Regional Library, Dardanelle, Yell Co., Ark. Mrs. Ayleen Daniels, Dardanelle Elementary School Principal, at table. c.1970. Source: UCA Vertical Files.

16. Pickles Gap School. Faulkner County, Ark. Lula Moore, teacher. c.1913. Negative. Donor: Mrs. Jane McElroy.

17. Ashdown Public School (4th Grade). Little River County, Ark. c.1909. Postcard. Donors: Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Kellar.

18. Ebenezer Community School, near Lonoke, Ark. c.1920 Donors: Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Kellar.

19. Ebenezer Community School, near Lonoke, Ark. Emmett West, teacher c.1910 Donors: Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Kellar.

20. Ebenezer Community School, near Lonoke, Ark. J. E. Martin, teacher. Dec. 1910. Donors: Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Kellar.

21. Ebenezer Community School, near Lonoke, Ark. c.1915. Donors: Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Kellar.

22. Ebenezer Community School, near Lonoke, Ark. Hope Presley and Minnie Ray Douglas, teachers. c.1915. Donors: Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Kellar.

23. Visiting Arkansas Enterprises for the Blind, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Lynam, of Alma, Michigan, President Lions International. Visiting with Mr. & Mrs. Roy Kumpe. c.1978. Donors: Rose Publishing Company Papers.

24. American Foundation of the Blind presents The Nigel Medal to Roy Kumpe, presented by Dr. Douglas MacFarland, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. c.1978. Donor: Rose Publishing Company Papers.

25. Oden Public School. Montgomery County, Ark. c.1950. Negative.

26. Rocky Community School Building. Montgomery County, Ark. January 20, 1938. 35 elementary students, 1 teacher. Negative.

27. Sims School Building. Montgomery County, Ark. Sept. 1937. 75 students, 2 teachers. Negative.

28. Future Farmers of America. Conway, Faulkner County, Ark. c.1952.

29. Little Rock High School. Pulaski County, Ark. c.1920. Postcard.

30. DuVal Public School. Fort Smith, Sebastian County, Ark. c.1913. Postcard. Donor: Clayton Wade Papers.

31. Rose Inn Banquet for teachers at Crossett c.1913. Donor: Rose Publishina Company Papers. Negative.

32. Roy Kumpe receiving Presidential Citation from President Robert J. Uplinger of Syracuse, New York. c.1972. Arkansas Lions International Mid-Winter Conference. Hot Springs, Garland County, Ark. Donor: Rose Publishing Company Papers.

33. University of Arkansas student strike. Fayetteville, Washington County, Ark. 1911. Postcard. Donor: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

34. University of Arkansas student strike. Fayetteville, Washington County, Ark. 1911. Postcard. Donor: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

35. University of Arkansas student strike. Fayetteville, Washington County, Ark. 1911. Postcard. Donor: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

36. W.A. Wilson and M.C. Ruril studying in dorm room, University of Arkansas. Fayetteville, Washington County, Ark. c.1909 Postcard. Donor: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

37. M.G. Alcorn at University of Arkansas. Fayetteville, Washington County, Ark. c.1908. Postcard. Donor: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

38. A.B. Mustain, University of Arkansas. Fayetteville, Washington County, Ark. c.1908. Postcard. Donor: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

39. Sophomore Junior classes at Nashville High School. Nashville, Howard County, Ark. c.1912. Postcard. Donor: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

40. Athenian Literary Society. Bodcaw, Nevada County, Ark. 1907. Postcard. Donor: J.H. Atkinson estate sale.

41. School Gardening. Junction City, Union County, Ark. c.1910. Postcard.

42. School Gardening. Junction City, Union County, Ark. c.1910. Postcard.

43. School Gardening. Junction City, Union County, Ark. c.1910. Postcard.

44. School Students and Faculty, Marshall Public School. Marshall, Searcy County, Ark. c.1915.Postcard.

45. Elementary School Class, St. Anthony's School. Weiner, Poinsett County, Ark. c.1950. Negative. Donor: Tim Nutt.

46. Hendrix College Campus. Conway, Faulkner County Ark. c.1941. Postcard.

47. Ouachita Baptist-College. Arkadelphia, Clark County, Ark. c.1890. Lithograph. Donor: Robbins-Gifford Papers.

48. Fraternity Portraits, University of Arkansas. Fayetteville Washington County, Ark. 1910. Donor: Charles Elias.

49. Pittman School, Lonoke County, Ark. August 17th 1906. (5" X 7"). Donor: David W. Bizzell Papers.

50. Oak Grove School, near Sylvania, Lonoke County, Ark. c.1910. Donor: David W. Bizzell Papers.

51. Oak Grove School, near Sylvania, Lonoke County Ark. c.1910. Donor: David W. Bizzell Papers.

52. Oak Grove School, near Sylvania Lonoke County, Ark. c.1900. Donor: David W. Bizzell Papers.

53. Senior High School, 14th. and Park Ave., Little Rock, Pulaski Co., Ark. (3 1/2" x 1 1 "). Postcard.

54. Public School, Siloam Springs, Benton Co., Ark. (3 1/2" x 5 1/2"). Post card.

55. Arkansas Conference College, Siloam Springs, Benton Co., Ark. (3 1/2" x 5 1/2").

56. Engineering Hall, Fayetteville, Washington Co., Ark. (3 1/2" x 5 1/2"). Post card.

57. Chemistry Building, Fayetteville, Washington Co., Ark. (3 1/2" x 5 1/2"). Post card.

58. Robert A. Leflar, Dean of Law School, University of Ark., Fayetteville, Washington Co., Ark. 1949. (4" x 6 1/2").

59. Robert A. Leflar, Dean of U. of A. Law School, Fayetteville, Washington Co., Ark. t948 (7 1/4" x 6 1/2").

60. Old Main, U. of A. Fayetteville, Washington Co., Ark. (8" x 10"). Drawing.

61. Administration Building,. U. of A. Fayetteville, Washington Co., Ark. (8" x 10")> Drawing.

62. Gregson Hall, U. of A. Fayetteville, Washington Co., Ark. (8" x 10"). Drawing.

63. Fine Arts Center, U. of A., Fayetteville, Washington Co., Ark. (8" x 10"). Drawing.

64. Old Student Union, U. of A., Fayetteville, Washington Co., Ark.(8" x 10"). Drawing.

65. Science - Engineering Building, U. of A., Fayetteville, Washington Co., Ark. (8" x 10"). Drawing.

66. University Library, U. of A. Fayetteville, Washington Co., Ark. (8" x 10"). Drawing.

67. Graduate Education Bldg., U. of A. Fayetteville, Washington Co., Ark. (8" x 10"). Drawing.

68. Unidentified Buildings, U. of A., Fayetteville, Washington Co., Ark. (8" x 10"). Drawing.

69. Unidentified Building, U. of A., Fayetteville, Washington Co., Ark.(8" x 10"). Drawing.

70. Arkansas Boys State, 1950 (10” x 30”) – LOCATED ON TOP SHELF ABOVE THE PHOTOGRAPH COLLECTIONS.

71.  Arkansas Boys State, 1951 (10” x 28”) - LOCATED ON TOP SHELF ABOVE THE PHOTOGRAPH COLLECTIONS.

72.  Schoolhouse, Centerville, Yell County – c.1914 (3 ½” x 5 ½”).  Postcard.  (Donated by Christy Harris, Jan 2014)

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