Arkansas History Commission
Most widely held works about Arkansas History Commission
Most widely held works by Arkansas History Commission
Publications by Arkansas Historical Association ( Serial )
in English and held by 145 libraries worldwide
The Arkansas handbook ( Serial )
in English and held by 106 libraries worldwide
Bulletin of information by Arkansas History Commission ( Serial )
in English and held by 56 libraries worldwide
Guide to microfilmed county records at the Arkansas History Commission by Russell Pierce Baker ( Book )
2 editions published in 1989 in English and held by 54 libraries worldwide
The high lights of Arkansas history by Dallas T Herndon ( Book )
3 editions published in 1922 in English and held by 53 libraries worldwide
Outline of executive and legislative history of Arkansas by Dallas T Herndon ( Book )
4 editions published in 1922 in English and held by 42 libraries worldwide
Arkansas history catalog by Arkansas History Commission ( Book )
2 editions published in 1923 in English and held by 41 libraries worldwide
Abstract of Catholic register of Arkansas, 1764-1858 by Dorothy Jones Core ( Book )
1 edition published in 1976 in English and held by 40 libraries worldwide
Index to Arkansas' World War I soldiers by Desmond Walls Allen ( Book )
1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 39 libraries worldwide
University of Arkansas campus scenes, 1935-1936 [View 4 by Ernie Deane ( Visual )
84 editions published in 1935 and held by 1 library worldwide
One negative of a series taken of students, their activities, and the campus at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, Washington County, Arkansas, during all seasons of 1935 and 1936. Most of the negatives include images of unidentified people and houses, Old Main, Vol Walker Library, the Kappa Sigma House, the amphitheater and the football stadium. A tower of Old Main framed by a street light.
Bella Vista mule team and wagon across Arkansas, Spring 1966, Ed Bolain, driver [View 48 by Ernie Deane ( Visual )
74 editions published in 1966 and held by 1 library worldwide
Part of a group of negatives taken of Ed Bolain with his Bella Vista mule team and wagon driving across Arkansas during the Spring of 1966. These negatives include images of unidentified people posing with the wagon and mules.
Trip on the Cumberland, Ohio, and Mississippi Rivers, Sept. 1965 [Martin Stephens at Nashville, Tennessee wharf and fueling station, View 2 by Ernie Deane ( Visual )
57 editions published in 1965 and held by 1 library worldwide
Negative taken for September 21, 1965, Arkansas Gazette article "Traveler Begins Recounting His River Adventures," B1:2. Ernie Deane took a three-day trip from Nashville, Davidson County, to Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, on board the towboat Martin Stephens, owned by the H. and S. Transportation Company of Nashville. The journey took the towboat and barges containing petroleum products for the Lion Oil division of the Monsanto Company, on the Cumberland, Ohio, and Mississippi Rivers. Deane photographed the crew, boat, barges, and river traffic for a series of articles about the trip that were published between September 21 and October 3, 1965.
Petroleum, 20 Years of Oil in Arkansas Celebration, El Dorado, June 19-21, 1941 [Flyers in unidentified store window by Ernie Deane ( Visual )
47 editions published in 1941 and held by 1 library worldwide
Part of a group of negatives taken of 20 Years of Oil in Arkansas Celebration in El Dorado, Union County, Arkansas, on June 19-21, 1941. An oil derrick, pictured here at night, donated by Louisiana Iron and Supply Co. in downtown El Dorado was a popular place for group photos.
Normandy, 1959 [Robertson Road sign by Ernie Deane ( Visual )
45 editions published in 1959 and held by 1 library worldwide
One of a group of negatives taken, but not used, for the October 25, 1959, Arkansas Gazette article "A Sentimental Journey --- Back to Normandy," E1:1; October 27, 1959, Arkansas Gazette article "Few War Signs Left on French Beaches," B1:2; October 28, 1959, Arkansas Gazette article "Carentan Span a Monument to U.S. Engineers," B1:2; October 29, 1959, Arkansas Gazette article "Omaha Beach: Cost of Conquest Was High," B1:2; and October 30, 1959, Arkansas Gazette article "French Cemetery Honors Americans Who Died on Omaha," B1:2. This series of negatives includes his visits to Utah Beach, Omaha Beach and Normandy Beach.
Wagon and mule team across Arkansas April 1966, Arkla Village/Bella Vista Village, Ed Bolain, driver [View 39 by Ernie Deane ( Visual )
43 editions published in 1966 and held by 1 library worldwide
Part of a group of negatives taken of Ed Bolain with his Bella Vista mule team and wagon driving across Arkansas during the Spring of 1966. These negatives include images of places the wagon stopped at, including Hot Springs, Garland County; and images of historical markers found throughout the state.
Ozark Folk Festival, Eureka Springs, Ark., October 24-26, 1963 [Absie Morrison and Delana Morrison, view 1 by Ernie Deane ( Visual )
42 editions published in 1963 and held by 1 library worldwide
One of a group of negatives taken for October 29, 1963, Arkansas Gazette article "Jimmie Driftwood Directed Fine Show at 'Eureky, '" 1B:2; October 30, 1963, Arkansas Gazette article "More Details of Folk Festival Recalled," 1B:2; and October 31, 1963, Arkansas Gazette article "Eureka Springs Missing Bet on Its Gay Nineties Setting," 1B:2. Bookmiller (Carlos Marvin) Shannon performs on banjo at the Ozark Folk Festival at Eureka Springs, Carroll County, Arkansas.
Jaycee Field Day for farm youth, Texarkana, Ark., 1946 or 1947 [View 38 by Ernie Deane ( Visual )
38 editions published in 1946 and held by 1 library worldwide
Negative taken of unidentified men, women, and children participating in the Jaycee Field Day for young farmers. The event was held in Texarkana, Miller County, Arkansas, in either 1946 or 1947. Girl with cow.
Frontier Days, Cheyenne, Wyoming, 1943 [View 8 by Ernie Deane ( Visual )
37 editions published in 1943 and held by 1 library worldwide
Negative taken Frontier Days, a festival, in Cheyenne, Laramie County, Wyoming, in 1943. The festival included a parade through downtown Cheyenne, a rodeo, and several Native Americans in full dress. Man rides a bucking horse.
Signs [View 7 by Ernie Deane ( Visual )
and held by 1 library worldwide
One of a group of negatives taken of various street signs, many of them misspelled, from around Arkansas. Sign reads, "Big Lake Arena. Home of the Big Lake Mounted Possee [sic]." In the background is a wooden structure. In the foreground is a wire fence.
Vietnam, September-October, 1964 [Saigon, View 79 by Ernie Deane ( Visual )
164 editions published in 1964 and held by 1 library worldwide
Negative taken for September 30, 1964, Arkansas Gazette article "First Impressions of a Confused, War-torn Country", B1:2, and October 11, 1964, Arkansas Gazette article "The Many Worlds of Old Saigon", E5:2, and October 18, 1964, Arkansas Gazette article "These are the People of Vietnam", E5:2, and November 15, 1964, Arkansas Gazette article "A Pictorial View of Ancient Saigon", E5:2. Saigon, the capital of South Vietnam, had a population of 1.5 million people in 1964. The inhabitants of Saigon and the surrounding countryside live in a world that is a mixture of Asian and French influences. Both east and west are reflected in the buildings of the city. While there are many cars in the city, many people still get around on bicycles. Many of the women wear the traditional dress, the ao dai, which consists of a long flowing tunic over a pair of loose fitting pants. Farmers and tradespeople bring their goods to market in large baskets hanging from poles which they carry on their shoulders. Poverty is rampant throughout the country, and especially in Saigon, with many children begging on the street, or holding jobs that adults in the United States would have. Deane found the Vietnamese to be a pleasant people who work hard but are weary from the many years of warfare in their country. This negative is part of a group taken for a series of articles Deane wrote on Vietnam and published between September 30 and November 15, 1964.
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