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UALR Center for Arkansas History and Culture
Harvey Couch Papers, 1912-1981
2.0 Linear feet4 document boxes
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Scope and Contents Note
This collection contains articles of incorporations, minutes, balance sheets, correspondence, and contracts, concerning Harvey Couch's businesses, including Arkansas Power and Light, Columbia Corporation, and the merger between the Yorkport Corporation and Southwest Securities Corporation. It also includes correspondence and contracts relating to Harvey Couch and his businesses after his death, which were collected by Pratt C. Remmel, his son-in-law.
Harvey Crowley Couch was born in Calhoun, Arkansas, on 1877 August 21. He was president of the Louisiana and Arkansas Railroad and chair of the board for the Kansas City Southern Railroad. He founded three regional utility companies: Arkansas Power and Light, Mississippi Power and Light Company, and Louisiana Power and Light Company. He died on 1941 July 30 and was buried in Magnolia, Arkansas.
Business enterprises--Arkansas--History--20th century
Couch, Harvey Crowley, 1877-1941
Public utilities--Arkansas--History--20th century
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Harvey Couch Papers, 1912-1981, UALR.MS.0128. UALR Center for Arkansas History and Culture, Arkansas Studies Institute, Little Rock.