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...
Hays, Brooks--Adversaries; Alford, Dale, 1916-2000; Faubus, Orval Eugene, 1910-1994; United States. Congress--Elections, 1958; Politicians--Arkansas--Press coverage;
FROM: EDWARD P. MORGAN AND THE NEWS Friday, November 7, 1958 American Broadcasting Network Putting the overplay of maudlin pollyannaisms aside, sometimes, surely, a man's finest hour really is in defeat. Ugly as the circumstances...
Hays, Brooks--Oratory; Hays, Brooks--Last years; University of Arkansas, Fayetteville;
N.W. Ark. Times, 2 Nov 75 [handwritten annotation] Ex-Congressman Hays To Lecture Brooks Hays, former United States Congressman from Arkansas, will speak at the University of Arkansas Wednesday on "Reflections of a Troubled Moderate: Little...
Segregationists; Racism; Little Rock Central High School; Robert J. Norwood; Social Conditions
Article in the New York Times regarding the arrest of Robert J. Norwood, head of the Arkansas States Rights Council and an ardent segregationist, for public intoxication in a nightclub catering to African-Americans.
Integration; Blacks; African-Americans; Education; Little Rock Central High School; Segregation; Jimmy Karam; Leon B. Catlett; Bryce Miller; Woodrow Wilson Mann
Statement of James T. "Jimmy" Karam, a segregationist leader and ally of Gov. Faubus, given to the FBI regarding his involvement in the harrassment of the nine black students integrating Central High School.