Hays, Brooks; Poetry; African Americans--Civil rights
What is the American dream?
It is the anticipation that sometime we will be able to say — Here is equality and freedom; Here is brotherhood and justice.
The dream is of compassion expressing itself in society's concern for those who fall by the...
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...
The head of Bob Douglas smoking a cigar is drawn on the body of a statue of Jesus with his arms outstretched. In one hand is a book titled, "Speaking Softly," and in the other hand he is holding a caveman's club. Autograph on recto: "Bob Douglas."
Integration; Blacks; African-Americans; Education; Little Rock Central High School; Daisy Bates; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; J.C. Crenshaw; Fred Darragh; Harry Ashmore; Jackie Shropshire; Thad Williams
Statement of Virgil Blossom regarding Daisy Bates and the integration of Central High School in 1957.
Photograph of Gov. Jim Guy Tucker holding a portrait of himself drawn by George Fisher, who is also in the photograph. Inscription on recto: "To my friend, George Fisher! with deepest respect and appreciation. Jim Guy Tucker, Governor 3/94."
Immediately after the 1958 election, Brooks' friends
held a testimonial dinner, brooks gave a speech which
revealed the basic philosophy of government that guided
him throughout his life:
While I honor the office of representative, I am