Newly Available Material
Check out the newly available material we’ve recently uploaded:
26th Iowa Infantry Camp Newspaper (BC.MSS.14.59)
Newspaper published while the 26th Iowa Infantry was stationed in Helena, Ark, November 7, 1862. The newspaper contains rosters, accounts of the movement of the regiment to Helena, and other articles.
Adams Field collection (BC.MSS.04.14)
Newly digitized content contains the newsletter The Ferret, created by the Special Services Division of the 12th Ferry Service Station at Adams Field, Little Rock, during World War II.
Arkansas Staats-Zeitung Newspaper
A 1910 issue of one of only two Arkansas German-language newspapers. The newspaper was published in Little Rock.
Arkansas’s Robinson Auditorium Music Hall Grand Opening Program
A program from the Robinson Auditorium music hall grand opening in February 1940 in Little Rock.
Butler Center Map Collection (BC.MAP)
Digitized content from this collection features maps from the colonial period to the present from across Arkansas.
Clifton Hull Photograph Collection – North Little Rock (PHO.37.B)
Digitized content contains photographs from around North Little Rock from 1945 -1980 captured by Clifton Hill who worked as a draftsman and outdoor recreation planner with the U.S. Corps of Engineers in the mid-twentieth century.
Dora P. Hirsch photograph album (BC.MSS.09.04)
This 72-page album contains 151 photos dated from 1898 to 1904, taken at the home and in the neighborhood of the Pollock Hirsch families in Little Rock, as well as at resort areas near Little Rock.
James Logan Morgan Jr. Papers (BC.MSS.12.18)
Digitized content from this collection contains African American genealogical information and photographs from Arkansas from the mid-nineteenth century to 2015.
Parades, celebrations and fairs photograph collection (BC.PHO.18)
Digitized content from this collection features photographs from parades, celebrations and fairs across Arkansas from 1900-1999.
Quapaw Quarter Association Records (BC.MSS.06.15)
Digitized content from the QQA records includes historic photographs and publications featuring historic properties from the late 19th century to the present in Central Arkansas.
Religion photograph collection (BC.PHO.12)
Digitized content from this collection features places of worship from across Arkansas from 1890-2000.
An 1865 issue of a Loyalist newspaper published in Little Rock during the Civil War.
Newly processed archival collections
Arkansas Zine Collection (BC.MSS.22.13)
These homemade Zines feature art, writing, and content related to Little Rock counterculture from the early 2000s to the present.
Connett-Gunn Family Papers (MSS.13.27)
This collection features genealogical research from across Arkansas related to the Connett-Gunn family of North Little Rock.