Whiskey smuggling, murder, scandal and a “hanging judge” – the latest digital exhibit from University Libraries has all this and more. The Deputy Marshal Addison Beck and Judge Isaac Parker’s Court collection is now available worldwide, free of charge.
Lori Birrell, head of Special Collections, describes the artifacts and experiences available to students, faculty and the general public in our Special Collections department.
Doctoral student Sarah Riva will present “Overthinking the Dissertation: One Grad Student’s Story of the Research Process” at 4 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 6, in the Special Collections reading room.
Architectural records archivist Cat Wallack describes the contents and significance of the newly-released Roy Reed Oral History Interviews with Fay Jones collection.
The University of Arkansas Libraries are honored to commemorate the life and legacy of Mrs. Betty Flanagan Bumpers. The activist and civic leader, former first lady of Arkansas, and wife of Governor and U.S. Senator Dale Bumpers passed away November 23, 2018.
Engineering student Leyla Moreno shares her experience working as an exhibitions assistant in the Special Collections department in this guest blog post.
Assistant head of Special Collections Melanie Griffin discusses the cookbooks of the Arkansas Collection in her first blog post for the U of A Libraries.
The University Libraries Special Collections department has released two new collections, the University of Arkansas Athletic Photographs and University of Arkansas Board of Trustees Records, both available for the public to view and use.
At 4 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15, Grove will present on the use of pesticides in Arkansas farming, with an emphasis on DDT, a chemical compound used as an insecticide that entered the domestic market after World War II.
University of Arkansas alumni Jeff and Margo Germany have issued a challenge gift for the yearbook digitization fundraiser. Once 75 percent of the $11,000 goal is reached, an additional $1,000 will be unlocked.