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...
Civil Rights; Women's Suffrage; Voting Rights; Women
New York Times article highlighting legal rulings across the country pertaining to women's suffrage and the 19th Amendment. The second paragraph pertains to the Arkansas Attorney General rejecting Dr. Ida Joe Brooks's candidacy for state office.
Stella Palmer Hotz was a home economics professor from 1918-1925. Her husband Henry G. Hotz was a professor in the Education Department from 1919-1945 and Dean of the College of Education from 1934-1945. Hotz Hall was named for the couple in 1964.
Grand Prairie Historical Society Bulletin article that focuses on the Catholic Records of 1831-1853 in reference to Arkanasas Post. Numerous individuals related to the early Arkansas Post ancestors are listed.