M86-09 – Mary Caviness Collection

This collection contains personal papers, correspondence, and business papers of Ms. Caviness, a Hot Springs African American benefactress, 1895-1986 (view finding aid)

M87-06 – Maude H. Boen Collection

Mrs. Boen worked in the Japanese Relocation center at Jerome, Arkansas and this collection contains some of her memories from that experience in the form of correspondence, educational materials, photographs, and memorabilia, 1942-1945 (view finding aid)

M95-03 – Arkansas Women’s Project Collection

This collection documents a women’s organization that promotes women’s, minority, gay, and lesbian rights. Suzanne Pharr also donated a good deal of material on her leadership of this organization and her fight for lesbian rights, 1980-present (view finding aid)

M98-04 – Waddy W. Moore Collection

Mr. Moore established the UCA Oral History department and was instrumental in the creation of the UCA Archives. His collection contains oral history, Conway school board meetings, business correspondence, and black history (view finding aid)

M99-03 – Evalyn King Collection

Evalyn King taught school all over the state of Arkansas including the Japanese relocation center in Rohwer. Her collection also contains her family genealogy research (view finding aid)

M99-07 – African American Alumni Association (A.A.A.A.) Collection

The African American Alumni Association collection contains photographs, newspaper articles, and information regarding the annual banquet and ball from 1998 to the present (view finding aid)

M08-04 – Lencola Sullivan Collection

Lencola Sullivan was the first African American Miss UCA and Miss Arkansas. Her collection contains newspaper clippings, awards, and photographs that chronicle her career (view finding aid)