Winthrop Paul Rockefeller stands barefoot on a rock and dressed in ragged pants, undershirt, suspenders, old hat, and corncob pipe, holding a rifle, with airplane, airplane hangar, and moonshine still in background.
Hays, Brooks; Democratic Party (U.S.); United States--Economic conditions; African Americans--Civil rights;
WHY I WILL VOTE DEMOCRATIC BROOKS HAYS Assistant to the President Washington, D.C. I will vote Democratic this year, because the Democratic party in our time is the party of aspiration and the party of affirmation. The Democratic party...
Hays, Brooks; Poetry; African Americans--Civil rights
What is the American dream?
It is the anticipation that sometime we will be able to say — Here is equality and freedom; Here is brotherhood and justice.
The dream is of compassion expressing itself in society's concern for those who fall by the...
Hays, Brooks--Awards; University of Arkansas, Fayetteville;
University of Arkansas
To all whom these presents may come
Be it know that, in recognition of his exalted character, his eminent
Attainments in arts and letters, his devotion to truth, duty and the welfare
Of society, the Board of...
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...