1. January 12 Eastern Star, D.C.
2. January 13 Breakfast Club
3. January 25 Vienna, Virginia Lions Club Ladies Nite [sic]
4. February 3 ICL luncheon
5. February 6 Burrall Claas
6. February 7 FOA Conference – Land Grant College
Hays, Brooks--Posters; Hays, Brooks--Oratory; Political campaigns;
BROOKS HAYS Candidate for Governor "More Progress" "Less Politics" Will Speak in Behalf of His Candidacy at the Times and
MONDAY, JUNE 11
January 11 Speech for WIC Rally
January 12 Vaughn
January 13 Defiance College in DC (Methodist Building)
January 17 Almas Temple
January 21 Atlantic City Methodist Regional
January 23 DC Baptist Convention
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I filled the following engagements
1. January 8 Arlington Methodist church (Temple?) (E. Burke)
2. January 11 Close Up - Teachers of Miami, New Orleans, Saint Louis and Houston
3. February 8 Richmond Virginia Com of St. Legis...
Scipio Jones, a prominent African-American attorney from Little Rock, represented the twelve men convicted for their supposed involvment in the Elaine Race Massacre in 1919. Jones wrote this brief, entitled "Arkansas Peons" and published in the...
Hays, Brooks--Correspondence; Political campaigns;
University of Arkansas Alumni "Brooks Hays for Governor Club" LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS June 12, 1928. This is a letter of introduction for Brooks Hays, Candidate for Governor. Mr. Hays is a graduate of the University of Arkansas and received his...
Billet; Duchassin; De Clouet; Francoeur; Imbeau; Lajeunesse; Marchand; Perthuis
Grand Prairie Historical Society Bulletin article focused on the Imbeau family, including Anselme Billet dit Lajeunesse and Louise Marchand. Further examines Jean Baptiste de Lajeunesse and other early Arkansas Individuals.