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Smithville Motor Company Records, 1930-1936 Dec 1936

Smithville Motor Company Records, 1930-1936

NEARA finding aids

This collection consists of two ledger books with listings of services and payments for 1930-1936.


Ware-Nance Family Papers, 1844-1936 Dec 1936

Ware-Nance Family Papers, 1844-1936

Finding aids

This collection contains four Bibles, a hymnal, and assorted documents and publications.


Black Rock Pearl Company Records, 1919-1936 Dec 1936

Black Rock Pearl Company Records, 1919-1936

NEARA finding aids

This collection has three checks that were found at the abandoned Black Rock Pearl Company. The paycheck exemplifies rate of pay for the early 20th century, and the expense checks provide previously unknown details about the factory such as the name of the company and general manager.


Charles Hillman Brough Collection, 1899-1936 Dec 1936

Charles Hillman Brough Collection, 1899-1936

Finding aids

This collection contains personal and political materials of Arkansas Governor Charles Hillman Brough.


U.M. Rose Estate Papers, 1925-1936 Dec 1936

U.M. Rose Estate Papers, 1925-1936

Finding aids

This correspondence relates to the estate of Uriah Milton "U.M." Rose. Rose died August 12, 1913, and left everything in his estate to his wife, Margaret T. Gibbs Rose. His will appointed Margaret Rose as executrix. His instructions were that the estate would be divided after Margaret's death. Each of his children would receive one part of the estate, with nine parts in all: John M. Rose, William G. Rose, George B. Rose, Mrs. Fanny Dickenson, Mrs. Ellen Gibbons, Charles C. Rose, Lewis H. Rose, Mrs. Jessie Smith, and one part to grandchildren. U.M. Rose's estate ...


Pine Bluff Centennial Radio Script Dec 1936

Pine Bluff Centennial Radio Script

Images

This is one of eleven scripts from a radio show chronicling the history of Pine Bluff in Jefferson county. The radio show ran in 1936 as part of a series of shows celebrating the centennial of Arkansas's statehood. This script is the first script in the series and it details Pine Bluff's earliest years.


Newspaper Article: "Dr. Hunter Meets Japanese Leaders" Dec 1936

Newspaper Article: "Dr. Hunter Meets Japanese Leaders"

Japanese American internment in Arkansas

Arkansas Gazette newspaper article about Dr. Hunter's interview with Baron Sakatone, House of Peers, in Japan as well as his teaching position at the University of Arkansas.


Tom And Sarah Douglas, Ex-Slave Interview #194 Dec 1936

Tom And Sarah Douglas, Ex-Slave Interview #194

Slave narratives supplemental materials

Interview of ex-slaves, Tom and Sarah Douglas, by Carol Graham with the Work Projects Administration, about the Douglases' lives as slaves.


Tom And Sarah Douglas, Ex-Slave Interview #205 Dec 1936

Tom And Sarah Douglas, Ex-Slave Interview #205

Slave narratives supplemental materials

Interview of ex-slaves, Tom and Sarah Douglas, by Mildred Thompson and Carol Graham with the Work Projects Administration, about the Douglases' lives as slave.


Adeline Blakeley, Ex-Slave Interview Dec 1936

Adeline Blakeley, Ex-Slave Interview

Slave narratives supplemental materials

Interview of ex-slave Adeline Blakeley, by Mary Hudgins with the Work Projects Administration, about Blakeley's life as a slave.


Housing Programs Scrapbook, 1934-1936 Dec 1936

Housing Programs Scrapbook, 1934-1936

Works Progress Administration (WPA) Arkansas scrapbooks, 1933-1943

This scrapbook contains newspaper clippings related to housing programs in Arkansas. Its main topics include the activities of the Federal Housing Authority, anecdotes about houses remodeled or built with federal assistance, and information about the National Housing Act.


Evangelical Visitor - December 21, 1936 Vol. Xlix. No. 26., V.L. Stump Dec 1936

Evangelical Visitor - December 21, 1936 Vol. Xlix. No. 26., V.L. Stump

Evangelical Visitor (1887-1999)

Vol. XLIX. No. 26.


Hollins Student Life (1936 Dec 18), Hollins College Dec 1936

Hollins Student Life (1936 Dec 18), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Santa Claus Visits Hollins (poem)—White Christmas (poem)—A Nightmare (poem)—Under the Dome—Elizabeth Williams is Madonna in Pageant—Is There a Santa Claus?—Hollins Campus Signs “What Price Vacation?”—Two New Members Join the Society of A.D.A.


The Oracle 12/18/1936, Gorham Normal School Dec 1936

The Oracle 12/18/1936, Gorham Normal School

Oracle, The

Gorham Normal Students Elect Class Leaders -- Gorham Normal Represented at Boston Convention -- Maine Teachers Convene at Lewiston -- Citizenship -- Mrs. Dagmar Peterson -- Gorham Normal Hoop Docket is Rugged One


Tomahawk, December 15, 1936, College Of The Holy Cross Dec 1936

Tomahawk, December 15, 1936, College Of The Holy Cross

Student Newspapers

No abstract provided.


The Ursinus Weekly, December 14, 1936, Abe E. Lipkin Dec 1936

The Ursinus Weekly, December 14, 1936, Abe E. Lipkin

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

"Jing" addresses athletic meeting • Christmas observance includes church service in Bomberger and party in gym • Doc Winkler, campus personality, is dead • Meredith, former Washington state coach, speaks tonight • Costello and Tworzydlo on "Little All-American" • Boswell and Helffrich debate as Tau Kappa Alpha initiation • Campus groups entertain at informal Xmas parties • Angermann talks to "Y's" on consumer cooperation • Old speaks at vespers in chapel; Snyder, Olp lead • Psych test results show frosh thirty points above average • Ruby nears completion as senior write-ups are due • Mr., Mrs. Burton report on Newark IRC convention • Brownback to be chairman • Dr. McClure speaks today ...


The Gourmet Society, Hotel Pennsylvania, Dinner Club Menu, December 13, 1936, The Gourmet Society, J. George Frederick, President Dec 1936

The Gourmet Society, Hotel Pennsylvania, Dinner Club Menu, December 13, 1936, The Gourmet Society, J. George Frederick, President

Restaurant Menus

No abstract provided.


Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 10, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer. Dec 1936

Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 10, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer.

Morehead State Trail Blazer Archive

Morehead State Trail Blazer published on December 12, 1936.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xiii, No. 5, Wku Student Affairs Dec 1936

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xiii, No. 5, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Regular features include:

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class & Club
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Sport-Shots

This issue contains articles:

  • Presidents of County Delegations Are Elected
  • Olga Randolph in Cast of “Holiday”
  • President Henry Cherry Reveals Calendar of Summer School
  • Social Studies Council Holds Meet Recently
  • Peace Menaced, Organizer Says – William Ackerman, Emergency Peace Campaign
  • Cantata to Be Presented by Choir Dec. 13
  • Sterrett Cuthbertson Made N.Y.A. Supervisor
  • Clarence Denman Lists “Boners” Given as Quiz Answer
  • Dave Kerr Conducts Net Clinic Friday on Local Floor
  • Books Borrowed from Library for Dorm Girls ...


Luise Haessler Dinner Program, Brooklyn College Dec 1936

Luise Haessler Dinner Program, Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College History

Program of dinner held in honor of Luise Haessler, retiring Chairman of German Department


Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 46, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore Dec 1936

Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 46, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore

WKU Archives Records

Script for weekly WKU broadcast on WHAS radio. This show included Earl Moore, William Spriegel and Chester Channon.


Tomahawk, December 8, 1936, College Of The Holy Cross Dec 1936

Tomahawk, December 8, 1936, College Of The Holy Cross

Student Newspapers

No abstract provided.


Evangelical Visitor - December 07, 1936 Vol. Xlix. No. 25., V.L. Stump Dec 1936

Evangelical Visitor - December 07, 1936 Vol. Xlix. No. 25., V.L. Stump

Evangelical Visitor (1887-1999)

Vol. XLIX. No. 25.


The Ursinus Weekly, December 7, 1936, Abe E. Lipkin, Calvin D. Yost, M. C. Old Dec 1936

The Ursinus Weekly, December 7, 1936, Abe E. Lipkin, Calvin D. Yost, M. C. Old

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

John Porambo, varsity center, is elected captain of 1937 gridmen by 21 lettermen • Articles by Groff and Yoh are Lantern prize winners • Xmas celebration is two nights • Ursinus rec center to open after Xmas • "Y" groups to present speaker on cooperative consumers plan • McClure, Sheeder, attend Association of Colleges meeting • Freshman gridders banquet in initial frosh grid fete • Bothell and Garber star in "The Dark Tower;" record crowd dances to Jan's Tophatters • Dr. Meredith to address physical education group • Interfraternity council issues member list for new students • Students hear economist in talk on natural resources • Debating teams release schedules ...


First Building Of New Brooklyn College Campus Ready, Brooklyn College Dec 1936

First Building Of New Brooklyn College Campus Ready, Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College History

Press release regarding the completion of the first building of the Brooklyn College Midwood campus; the heating plant.


Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 9, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer. Dec 1936

Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 9, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer.

Morehead State Trail Blazer Archive

Morehead State Trail Blazer published on December 5, 1936.


Hollins Student Life (1936 Dec 2), Hollins College Dec 1936

Hollins Student Life (1936 Dec 2), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Jeannette Rankin Speaks in Convocation on Peace: Well Known as Peace and Social Service Worker—New Exhibitions Placed in Presser and Keller—Carola Goya Portrays Spanish Dance Spirit: Character Studies Delight Audience—Cargoes Staff Presents Session’s First Issue—Faculty Members Attend Educational Meetings: Conferences Held in Washington and Richmond—Mr. Canaday Interprets Modern Trend in Art—Russo-German Relations Discussed By Club: Significance Seen in Military Facts—Dr. Beverly D. Tucker Secured for Lectures—Dance Committee Reveals Decoration Plans for Prom: Ice and Snow Will Carry Out Arctic Theme—Riding Club Takes in Twelve New Members—Hollins ...


Word & Work, Vol. 58, No. 12 (December 1936), Holy Spirit Research Center Oru Library Dec 1936

Word & Work, Vol. 58, No. 12 (December 1936), Holy Spirit Research Center Oru Library

Word and Work (Framingham, MA)

No abstract provided.


Ua68/8/3 Minute Book, Stickles History Club Dec 1936

Ua68/8/3 Minute Book, Stickles History Club

Student Organizations

Minute book kept by the Stickles History Club which includes attendance and membership lists.


Volume 19, Number 2 - December 1936 Dec 1936

Volume 19, Number 2 - December 1936

The Alembic

Volume 19, Number 2 - December 1936. 68 pages including covers and advertisements.

  • "Peace On Earth"
  • Smith, Dr. Ignatius, "Scholastic Philosophy and Sociology"
  • Taft, George H., "A Biologic Tycoon"
  • Houlihan, John, "Tears--A Poem"
  • Gibbons, Walter F., "Plot Or Not"
  • Hughes, Edward Riley, "Vox Ex Umbris--A Poem"
  • Hughes, Edward Riley, "When Learning Came To Hartford"
  • Houlihan, John, "Winter--A Poem"
  • Asselin, Francis X., "The National Guard"
  • Fanning, John H., "Number Please--A Short Story"
  • Garriepy, Leo, "Woonsocket"
  • Geary, William Denis, "Deception-- A Poem"
  • Heffron, George, "A Bronte Pilgrimage"
  • Flynn, Thomas, "Remedy For Class War"
  • Henry, John, "American Catholic Literature"
  • Scowcroft, George T., "The Collegiate ...