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UALR Center for Arkansas History and Culture
United States. Farm Security Administration. (source)
Business and Industry photograph collection, ca. 1860s-1970s
65.0 itemsTwo flat boxes
Scope and Contents Note
This collection contains postcards and photographic prints of various businesses and industries in Arkansas, including stores, factories, warehouses, and employees in Altus (ca. 1970), Blytheville (1922), Fayetteville (ca. 1900s), Fort Smith (ca. 1890s-1930s), Hot Springs (ca. 1920), Huffington (ca. 1890s), Mena (ca. 1935), Newark (ca. 1924-1925), Parkin (ca. 1930s), Plum Bayou (1941), Springdale (ca. 1900), and Van Buren (ca. 1860s, 1903). Most predominant are photographic prints of businesses in Fort Smith.
Cravens, William Fadjo, Jr., 1929-2012, collector
Henry family, source
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is available for viewing at the Arkansas Studies Institute.
Conditions Governing Use
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Business and Industry Photograph Collection, UALR.PH.0003. UALR Center for Arkansas History and Culture, Arkansas Studies Institute, Little Rock, AR.
Footnote or Endnote info:
Description of item, photo number, Business and Industry Photograph Collection, UALR.PH.0003.
Immediate Source of Photographs
Purchased from William "Fadjo" Cravens, Jr.: Photographs 1-55, 59, 65; From Henry Family Collection: Photograph 56; From Chet Lauck: Photograph 60; From the
Farm Security Administration, Arkansas: A Guide to the State, 1941: Photographs 62-63