Editorial cartoons--Arkansas; Environmental policy; United States. Army. Corps of Engineers
Editorial cartoon of a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers representative promoting the development of Greers Ferry Lake with a land developer in the background who is setting up a sign that reads, "Site of a multi-slip boat dock (No. 2,304)." The Corps...
Editorial cartoons--Arkansas; United States. Army. Corps of Engineers
Cartoon portraying a U.S. Corps of Engineers officer standing at a guillotine calling other engineers to the stand to join brothers in the sky. A basket showing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers logo is next to the guillotine. Text bubble on recto...
Hays, Brooks--Photographs; Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969--Photographs; United States. Congress; World War, 1939-1945;
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CREDIT… SIGNAL CORPS PHOTO
U.S. REPRESENTATIVES DURING A
JUNKET OF THE WAR ZONE, VISIT WITH
GENERAL DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER, ALLIED
SUPREME COMMANDER, AT HIS ADVANCE
HEADQUARTERS. IN THE PHOTO FROM LEFT
Cartoon created for the Pine Bluff Commercial for Thursday, July 30, 1970, depicting a Corps of Engineers staff member coming through a door with a map of Arkansas in his hand and remarking to his staff
Stream conservation; United States. Army. Corps of Engineers; Arkansas. Soil Conservation Service
In this cartoon a menacing U.S. Corps of Engineers character, "Keep Busy," and another character representing the "Soil Conservation Service" are sitting on either side of an innocent girl who represents "Natural Rivers." The hat on the Soil...
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.
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