Arkansas History Commission
1 negative
Negative taken for August 9, 1959, Arkansas Gazette article "A & M Music Camp Brightens School Year," E1:1. Arkansas A & M College in Monticello, Drew County, Arkansas, sponsors a three week band camp for junior and senior high school band students. This year was the 22nd annual Dixie Music Camp. Negative of unidentified man conducting band.
Arkansas History Commission
1 negative
Negative taken for August 2, 1959, Arkansas Gazette article "A Brand New Type of Teacher Training," E1:1. Arkansas State Teachers College students instructed Conway boys and girls at a camp fourteen miles north of Conway, Faulkner County, Arkansas. The camp is on land owned by the Kiwanis Club of Conway, who let the college use it year by year.
Arkansas History Commission
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Negative taken for Arkansas Gazette article of December 12, 1957, "Book Fair Attracts Many to Grand Prairie," B1:2. Parents, teachers and students gathered at the second annual Grand Prairie Book Fair. The Fair was sponsored by the libraries of the local Junior and Senior High Schools, and it was held in the auditorium of the Buerkle Street Elementary School in Stuttgart, Arkansas County, Arkansas.
Arkansas History Commission
1 negative
Negative taken for August 9, 1959, Arkansas Gazette article "A & M Music Camp Brightens School Year," E1:1. Arkansas A & M College in Monticello, Drew County, Arkansas, sponsors a three week band camp for junior and senior high school band students. This year was the 22nd annual Dixie Music Camp. Dix Stallings of Smackover, Union County, Arkansas, high school band director, instructs Saxophone players.
Arkansas History Commission
1 negative
Negative taken for August 2, 1959, Arkansas Gazette article "A Brand New Type of Teacher Training," E1:1. Arkansas State Teachers College students instructed Conway boys and girls at a camp fourteen miles north of Conway, Faulkner County, Arkansas. The camp is on land owned by the Kiwanis Club of Conway, who let the college use it year by year.
Arkansas History Commission
1 negative
Negative taken for August 9, 1959, Arkansas Gazette article "A & M Music Camp Brightens School Year," E1:1. Arkansas A & M College in Monticello, Drew County, Arkansas, sponsors a three week band camp for junior and senior high school band students. This year was the 22nd annual Dixie Music Camp. Negative of boys playing trombones.
Arkansas History Commission
1 copy negative
Negative taken of Mrs. Mary McLeod Bethune (center) visiting with Lottie Hopkin (right) and Emma Davis at the Robert Russ Moton High School in Marianna, Lee County, Arkansas in 1953. Robert Russ Moton High School was in operation from 1926 to 1970. Born in South Carolina in 1875, Mary McLeod Bethune attended Scotia Seminary and Moody Bible Institute. After marrying Albertus Bethune, she began to teach school. With only $1.50 and five students, Bethune founded the Daytona Literary and Industrial School for Training Negro Girls in Daytona, Volusia County, Florida in 1904. Through Bethune's hard work, the school expanded into a high school, then junior college and finally Bethune-Cookman College. Appointed by President Roosevelt as the Director of the Division of Negro Affairs of the National Youth Administration, Bethune was the first African American woman to hold so high an office in the federal government.
Arkansas History Commission
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Part of a group of negatives taken for August 9, 1959, Arkansas Gazette article "A & M Music Camp Brightens School Year," E1:1. Arkansas A & M College in Monticello, Drew County, Arkansas, sponsors a three week band camp for junior and senior high school band students. This year was the 22nd annual Dixie Music Camp. Unidentified boy plays the tuba.
Arkansas History Commission
1 negative
Negative taken for August 9, 1959, Arkansas Gazette article "A & M Music Camp Brightens School Year," E1:1. Arkansas A & M College in Monticello, Drew County, Arkansas, sponsors a three week band camp for junior and senior high school band students. This year was the 22nd annual Dixie Music Camp. Negative of girls and boys playing clarinets.
Arkansas History Commission
1 negative
Negative taken for August 9, 1959, Arkansas Gazette article "A & M Music Camp Brightens School Year," E1:1. Arkansas A & M College in Monticello, Drew County, Arkansas, sponsors a three week band camp for junior and senior high school band students. This year was the 22nd annual Dixie Music Camp. Negative of boys playing french horns.