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I filled the following engagements
1. January 8 Arlington Methodist church (Temple?) (E. Burke)
2. January 11 Close Up - Teachers of Miami, New Orleans, Saint Louis and Houston
3. February 8 Richmond Virginia Com of St. Legis...
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville -- Newspapers; African American newspapers -- Arkansas -- Fayetteville; Student newspapers and periodicals -- Arkansas -- Fayetteville; Fayetteville (Ark.) -- Newspapers; Washington County (Ark.) -- Newspapers
"Fruit medium size, nearly round, sometimes slightly conical; skin yellow covered with deep red, almost black on the sunny side; dots numerous, small, white; stem short to medium length in an acute, rather small, partly russeted, often lipped...
Fruit varieties catalogs; Flower varieties catalogs; Trees varieties catalogs; Nurseries (Horticulture) catalogs;
Green cloth back boards portfolio in three parts, accordion folded, plates held together with pink cloth banding. Item illustrated with 144 colored plates, including 16 pouchoir, many chromolithographs (some finished by hand), some handcolored...
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
Silas Hunt; Harold Flowers; Wiley Branton; University of Arkansas; Law; Education; Integration; African-Americans; Blacks
Pine Bluff attorneys Harold Flowers, left, and Wiley Branton, right, watch as Silas Hunt completes paperwork to attend the University of Arkansas School of Law in 1948. Hunt was the first African American to attend the law school in Fayetteville.