Hays, Brooks--Death and burial; Hays, Brooks--Influence; Editorials;
David S. Broder
The Spirit of Brooks Hays
Brooks Hays of Arkansas was a wispy, balding man who was a presence in Washington for almost half of his 83 years-a favorite character, a beloved storyteller and a moral force of al-most unequaled...
September 29, 1980 Hon. Brooks Hays 4701 Willard Ave. Chevy Chase, Md. 20015 Dear Brooks: Though belated I want to extend my heartiest congratulations to you on the occasion of the remarkable film, "Brooks Hays: Return to Little Rock". I want to...
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville -- Newspapers; African American newspapers -- Arkansas -- Fayetteville; Student newspapers and periodicals -- Arkansas -- Fayetteville; Fayetteville (Ark.) -- Newspapers; Washington County (Ark.) -- Newspapers
Conservation of natural resources - Arkansas - Buffalo National River - Citizen participation; Environmental protection – Arkansas
Flyer created by the Buffalo River Improvement Association, proponents of damming the Buffalo River, describing an incident at the old Maumee Ferry site on the Buffalo River in April 1964, and listing six points about the Buffalo River dam issue
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.
Fisher, George, 1923-2003; Fisher, George, 1923-2003--Photographs; Fisher, Rosemary, 1927-1983--Photographs; Arkansas--Politics and government--Caricatures and cartoons
The menu from the Farkleberry Restaurant, Little Rock, Arkansas, is a fold-out featuring 22 caricatures drawn by George Fisher on the cover, food and drink items titled as spoofs on political events and public persons, biographical information on...