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    • Letter from Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., to David Hyatt

    • Letter from Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., to David Hyatt
    • Hays, Brooks; Hays, Brooks--Friends and associates; Hays, Brooks--Humor; Hays, Brooks--Influence; Schlesinger, Arthur M. (Arthur Meier), 1917-2007--Correspondence;
    • 15 July 1978 Dear Dr Hyatt: I regret more than I can say that commitments in Europe will make it impossible for me to attend the birthday celebration for Brooks Hays on August 8. Few Americans have done so much to further the cause of tolerances,...
    • And So, Back to the White House

    • And So, Back to the White House
    • Hays, Brooks--Career in education; Rutgers University; Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973; United States. Community Relations Service;
    • And So, Back To The White House Brooks Hays is courtly, Southern and a soft-spoken teller of tales. He savors the low-keyed humor of his native Arkansas, delighting in stories like the one about the old gentleman who, when asked "How do you...
    • BAD Times

    • BAD Times
    • University of Arkansas, Fayetteville -- Newspapers; African American newspapers -- Arkansas -- Fayetteville; Student newspapers and periodicals -- Arkansas -- Fayetteville; Fayetteville (Ark.) -- Newspapers; Washington County (Ark.) -- Newspapers
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    • The Spirit of Brooks Hays

    • The Spirit of Brooks Hays
    • 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...
    • The Van Morland Apple Dolls

    • The Van Morland Apple Dolls
    • Apple drying; Arkansas; Festivals; Dollmaking; Apple industry;
    • Document describing the process of apple drying for making apple dolls. The Van Morland Apple Dolls debuted at the 1956 Ozarks Arts and Crafts Festival at War Eagle, Arkansas.

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