Donaghey and Bryan special train at Newport, Jackson County, Arkansas. Group, some with unbrellas, gathered around flags and banners to hear speakers. An automobile is seen on the left. Governor George W. Donaghey (1856-1937) and William Jennings Bryan toured Arkansas in a special train in September 1910, speaking for the adoption of the proposed initiative and referendum amendment to the state constitution. The five day trip, which began Tuesday, September 6, and ended September 10, covered 1,750 miles and included fifty-five speeches.
John O. (John Owens) Moore was a member of the Arkansas House of Representatives from Miller County. This photograph was taken in 1957 for the composite photograph of the Sixty-First General Assembly, 1957.
Planes lined up outside of hangars for inspection at Eberts Field, Lonoke, Lonoke County, Arkansas. "Eberts Aviation Field" in the Lonoke Democrat May 2, 1918, said twelve hangars had been completed. An article titled "Eberts Field May Be Made Permanent Camp" in the Lonoke Democrat, April 25, 1918, page 1, stated that "the plane now used at Lonoke is the Standard J.R. Pursuit."
Negative taken of Saint Peter's Church in Pine Bluff, Jefferson County, Arkansas. Constructed in 1903 as the second church with this name, St. Peter's Church was designed by T.E. Windham, an African American architect. Located at the corner of 16th Avenue and State Street in Pine Bluff, St. Peter's Church's congregation was primarily African American. The church was associated with St. Peter's School, which opened in 1889 as the Colored Industrial Institute.
Negative taken for September 7, 1958, Arkansas Gazette article "Arkansans Show Work at Ozark Clothesline Fair," F5:2. Part of the photographer's series on arts and crafts. Various artists are pictured at the Prairie Grove Clothesline Fair in Prairie Grove, Washington County, Arkansas. From near Fayetteville, Washington County, Arkansas, Dolores Morland (left) and her mother, Mrs. Van Morland, make Ozark dolls with heads made of nuts, dried apples, and other unusual material.
Bernice Lichty Kizer was a member of the Arkansas House of Representatives from Sebastian County. This photograph was taken in 1965 for the composite photograph of the Sixty-Fifth General Assembly, 1965.
Worth (Oliver Worth) Camp was a member of the Arkansas House of Representatives from the Forty-First District (Union and Calhoun Counties). This photograph was taken in 1967 for the composite photograph of the Sixty-Sixth General Assembly, 1967.
Edward W. Brockman was a member of the Arkansas House of Representatives from Jefferson County. This photograph was taken in 1951 for the composite photograph of the Fifty-Eighth General Assembly, 1951.
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