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John Lee Buchanan was President of the University of Arkansas from 1894-1902. The current Buchanan-Droke Hall is partially named for him. There was a previous men’s dormitory named Buchanan Hall built in 1888 and torn down in 1937.
This newspaper article describes an opening party held at the Farkleberry Restaurant in Little Rock. Invitees to the party received their own caricature created by George Fisher and were encouraged to trade and autograph them.
George Fisher and notable Arkansas politicians are standing in front of his cabin in Timbo, Stone County, AR, with a sign that says "Old Guard Rest Home" hanging from the front porch. [On recto: Front row, from left: Tommy Robinson, ?, Marlin...
Jobelle Holcombe was a founder of Chi Omega in 1895 and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1898 from the University of Arkansas (known at that time as Arkansas Industrial University). She taught in the preparatory department of the University...
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.
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