M86-12 James K. Mackrell

This collection consists of personal papers, writings, photographs, and political materials of a Little Rock radio personality and Baptist minister, 1941-1972 (view finding aid)

M87-08 Harold Sherman

Harold Sherman was a prominent Stone County leader, author, lecturer, and expert in the paranormal whose work can be seen through publications, correspondence, memorabilia, audio-visual material, manuscripts and writings, 1907-1987 (view finding aid)

M88-01 John R. Hume

John R. Hume worked for the Arkansas Highway department from 1951-1981, during which, he collected a large amount of material on the history of Arkansas road construction. His collection contains personal papers, political papers, printed materials, and photographs related to the Arkansas Highway Department, 1928-1981 (view finding aid)

M89-12 Gerald L. K. Smith

The Letter and The Cross and the Flat, both published by Carroll County minister, political organizer, and founder of the Passion Play in Eureka Springs, Arkansas (view finding aid)

M90-01 Madge Clayton

Mrs. Clayton taught Latin and French at Conway High School in Arkansas, and her collection contains letters to and from her while she was away at Ouachita Baptist College and Columbia University, 1927-1970 (view finding aid)

M90-07 L. Dorothy Lester

Dorothy Lester supervised missionary work in Arkansas, Texas and Oklahoma, and she was the first female ordained into the Presbyterian ministry in these three states, 1932-1956 (view finding aid)

M91-07 Luther Presley

Luther Presley (1887-1974) wrote more than 1,000 hymns and gospel songs. His collection is composed of 195 song books dating back to 1916 (view finding aid)

M91-14 Catholic Diocese of Little Rock

These materials relate to the Catholic Diocese of Little Rock and holds correspondence, newsletters, parish directories and memorabilia, 1982-1994 (view finding aid)

M93-07 Erwin L. McDonald

Erwin McDonald worked as a preacher, journalist, and author pushing for racial toleration after the Little Rock Central High crisis in 1957, 1922-1995 (view finding aid)

M93-09 Arkansas Woman’s Christian Temperance Union

The Arkansas Woman’s Christian Temperance Union formed in 1878. The collection contains a few of their periodicals, annual reports, and convention programs, 1908-1984 (view finding aid)

M94-08 Harry Steinberg

Harry Steinberg served in both World War I and II; he was also a member of the Free Masons and a prominent lawyer, 1897-1971 (view finding aid)

M95-02 Church Women United in Arkansas

Church Women United brings together a wide range of Christian women in order to express their faith and improve their world, 1942-2000 (view finding aid)

M96-10 Alsa Chester Howard

Born March 7, 1884, Alsa Howard served in World War I and was an active Mason from Pope county. This collection contains Mason correspondence, photographs, and research material, 1900-1979 (view finding aid)

M00-01 The Old Texas Church

The old Texas Church papers hold partial records of a 19th century Faulkner County Baptist church, including a transcription of the original documents, 1869-1895 (view finding aid)

M00-06 Oakland United Methodist Church

The Oakland United Methodist Church was founded in 1849 by James Ford near Holland in Faulkner County. This collection contains a membership book, church history, Sunday school registers, and quarterly conference records, 1852-1926 (view finding aid)

M03-14 Leland Houston Knight

Leland Houston was a Church of Christ Evangelist from Booneville, Arkansas. He preached in Arkansas, Oklahoma, California, Oregon, Texas, Louisiana, New Mexico, and Indiana in the 1930’s, 1940’s, and the 1950’s (view finding aid)

M09-07 Bedford Chapel C.M.E. / Mt. Olive Baptist Church

This collection includes Bedford Chapel C.M.E. Church’s Quarterly Conference Records dating back to 1881.  Also included in the church record, Sunday school register, financial records, C.M.E. Church history, and religious book, pamphlets and hymnals (view finding aid)

M11-10 – UCA Wesley Foundation Collection

The UCA Wesley Foundation is a on-campus ministry affiliated with the United Methodist Church.  The collection is composed of photo albums and newspaper articles chronicling the groups activities (view finding aid)