In her latest blog post, architectural records archivist Cat Wallack recounts the legacy of architect and former U of A professor John G. Williams.
The series kicks off at 5 p.m. Monday, Feb. 18, in the Walton Reading Room of Mullins Library at the University of Arkansas, with “Elias Cornelius Boudinot: Cherokee Confederate in the Age of Print Culture.” A reception will follow, and both are free and open to the public.
The University of Arkansas Libraries are now accepting applications for two internship positions for the summer 2019 semester.
Join the University Libraries and graduate student Alex Marino Thursday, Feb. 7 at 4 p.m. in the Special Collections Reading Room as he presents “Were the Crusade or Mr. Hargis made aware? Fulbright, the Christian Crusade, and Portugal’s Cold War Propaganda.”
Heath Robinson, university archives assistant, tells the tale of how the Razorback and other U of A intellectual property came to be trademarked.
Our latest digital exhibit, “A Belated Gift,” features Arkansan contributions from 1923 that are now in the public domain and available to researchers worldwide, free of charge.
Take a deeper look into the labor practices of Lee Wilson and Company with this blog post by lead processing archivist Todd Lewis.
Lead processing archivist Todd Lewis describes the life and times of Robert E. Lee Wilson in this blog post.
We invite all graduate students who have done research using our collections and would like to be part of the spring Graduate Student Speaker Series to contact Special Collections by emailing email@example.com.
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.