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    • BAD Times

    • University of Arkansas, Fayetteville -- Newspapers; African American newspapers -- Arkansas -- Fayetteville; Student newspapers and periodicals -- Arkansas -- Fayetteville; Fayetteville (Ark.) -- Newspapers; Washington County (Ark.) -- Newspapers
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    • Black Americans for Democracy News

    • University of Arkansas, Fayetteville -- Newspapers; African American newspapers -- Arkansas -- Fayetteville; Student newspapers and periodicals -- Arkansas -- Fayetteville; Fayetteville (Ark.) -- Newspapers; Washington County (Ark.) -- Newspapers
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    • James Horace Lenow, M.D.

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    • James Horace Lenow, M.D. (b.1850-d.1932) was the Dean of the UAMS College of Medicine from 1907 to 1912. The medical school in Little Rock was known as the Medical Department of the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. Dr. Lenow was the first...
    • James L. Dennis, M.D.

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    • James L. Dennis, M.D. (b.1913-d.2006) served as the first Chancellor of UAMS from 1975 to March 1979 and as UAMS Vice President for Health Sciences from September 1, 1970 to 1975. During this time, the medical school in Little Rock was known as...
    • U. of A. Library

    • Vol Walker Hall
    • J. Vol Walker Hall, which opened in 1935, was originally J. Vol Walker Memorial Library, the main library for campus. The building became home to the Architectural School after the new library was built in 1968. James Volney Walker graduated in...
    • Walker, James Volney

    • Vol Walker Hall; portrait
    • James Volney Walker graduated in 1877 from the University of Arkansas (known at that time as Arkansas Industrial University). He became a prominent lawyer in Northwest Arkansas. J. Vol Walker Hall, originally J. Vol Walker Memorial Library, was...
    • Entrance Hall to General Library

    • Vol Walker Hall
    • J. Vol Walker Hall, which opened in 1935, was originally J. Vol Walker Memorial Library, the main library for campus. The building became home to the Architectural School after the new library was built in 1968. James Volney Walker graduated in...
    • Dedication of the Library

    • Vol Walker Hall; ceremony
    • J. Vol Walker Hall, which opened in 1935, was originally J. Vol Walker Memorial Library, the main library for campus. The building became home to the Architectural School after the new library was built in 1968. James Volney Walker graduated in...
    • General Library

    • Vol Walker Hall; students
    • J. Vol Walker Hall, which opened in 1935, was originally J. Vol Walker Memorial Library, the main library for campus. The building became home to the Architectural School after the new library was built in 1968. James Volney Walker graduated in...
    • Library

    • Vol Walker Hall; students
    • J. Vol Walker Hall, which opened in 1935, was originally J. Vol Walker Memorial Library, the main library for campus. The building became home to the Architectural School after the new library was built in 1968. James Volney Walker graduated in...
    • Main Library - Card Catalog

    • Vol Walker Hall; students
    • J. Vol Walker Hall, which opened in 1935, was originally J. Vol Walker Memorial Library, the main library for campus. The building became home to the Architectural School after the new library was built in 1968. James Volney Walker graduated in...
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    • Pomfret Hall
    • Pomfret opened as a residence hall in 1967 and was named for James Edward Pomfret. Pomfret graduated from the College of Business in 1948 and became the chief accountant for the U of A. In 1951, he was promoted to purchasing agent and in 1954...
    • Carrels in Main Library

    • Vol Walker Hall; students
    • J. Vol Walker Hall, which opened in 1935, was originally J. Vol Walker Memorial Library, the main library for campus. The building became home to the Architectural School after the new library was built in 1968. James Volney Walker graduated in...
    • Vol Walker Library

    • Vol Walker Hall
    • J. Vol Walker Hall, which opened in 1935, was originally J. Vol Walker Memorial Library, the main library for campus. The building became home to the Architectural School after the new library was built in 1968. James Volney Walker graduated in...
    • Library

    • Vol Walker Hall
    • J. Vol Walker Hall, which opened in 1935, was originally J. Vol Walker Memorial Library, the main library for campus. The building became home to the Architectural School after the new library was built in 1968. James Volney Walker graduated in...
    • James Pomfret

    • Pomfret Hall; portrait
    • James E. Pomfret graduated from the College of Business in 1948 and became the chief accountant for the U of A. In 1951, he was promoted to purchasing agent and in 1954 promoted to comptroller. In 1957, he became business manager and in 1958...
    • James Volney Walker

    • Walker, J. V. (James Volney), 1859-1933
    • James Volney Walker seated between John Collin Messie and Charles A. Watson. Walker graduated in 1877 from the University of Arkansas (known at that time as Arkansas Industrial University). He became a prominent lawyer in Northwest Arkansas.

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