Civil Rights; Integration; Little Rock Central High School; African-Americans; Blacks; Little Rock (Ark.); Daisy Bates; Christopher C. Mercer; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; Herbert Thomas
Letter from Adolphine Terry describing April 10 meeting of an interracial group at Dunbar Community Center.
Hays, Brooks--Correspondence; Hays, Brooks--Adversaries; Political campaigns; United States. Congress;
November 8, 1972 The Honorable Wilmer Mizell House of Representatives Washington, D.C. Dear Wilmer: I congratulate you sincerely on your impressive victory. I have tried, as I know you have, to keep our contest on an impersonal basis, and I trust...
May 7, 1973 Mr. Brooks Hays Chairman, Governor's Good Neighbor Council Post Office Box 7227 Wake Forest University Winston-Salem, North Carolina Dear Brooks: I am deeply disappointed that I was not in the office when you dropped by to say hello....
Hays, Brooks--Correspondence; Political campaigns; Arkansas--Politics and government;
November 12, 1958 Dear Brooks: I'm shattered! What a trick of fate to have this happen to you by a write-in when you had so plainly won on the issue in an openly contested election as shown in the primary. I only hope that wrong conclusions about...
Buffalo National River (Ark.); Recreation Areas-Arkansas-Buffalo River-Planning
Letter from Lucile Hannon, Shady Grove Trailer Park, Pruitt, Ark., to U.S. Secretary of the Interior Walter J. Hickel, February 7, 1969, responding to (opposing) Sen. J. Wm. Fulbright's re-introduction of Buffalo River Park bill
Compton, Neil, 1912 - 1999; Buffalo National River (Ark.); Ozark Society; Environmental protection – Arkansas
Letter from Neil Compton, president of the Ozark Society, to Gov. Dale Bumpers requesting his support during the U.S. House Subcommittee on Interior and Insular Affairs hearing to consider the creation of the Buffalo National River.