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--Death and burial; Hays, Brooks--Influence; Wake Forest University; Ecumenical Institute;
August 9, 1898 - October 11, 1981
The Ecumenical Institute of Wake Forest University was founded in 1968. Its first director was Brooks Hays. The creation of the Institute and the appointment of Mr. Hays were decisions...
Hays, Brooks--Political and social views; Hays, Brooks--Ethics; Hays, Brooks--Influence; Southern States--Economic conditions;
EDITORIALS A Great And Good Man One of the saints of our times, which being translated means one of God's chosen people, was in town earlier this week. We refer to Brooks Hays, former congressman from Arkansas, past president of the Southern...
Hays, Brooks--Correspondence; Political campaigns;
University of Arkansas Alumni "Brooks Hays for Governor Club" LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS June 12, 1928. This is a letter of introduction for Brooks Hays, Candidate for Governor. Mr. Hays is a graduate of the University of Arkansas and received his...
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville -- Newspapers; African American newspapers -- Arkansas -- Fayetteville; Student newspapers and periodicals -- Arkansas -- Fayetteville; Fayetteville (Ark.) -- Newspapers; Washington County (Ark.) -- Newspapers
Gayle Windsor, Jr., is in a doublet with robe, holding a paint brush and a quill pen. Inscription on recto: "To M.R. -- In Shakespeare--they wore doublets--you're great with your couplets, Gayle Windsor Jr."