Butler Center for Arkansas Studies 100 Rock Street Little Rock, Arkansas, 72201 (501) 320-5700
Butler Center for Arkansas Studies
Brandon, Phyllis, 1935-
Central Arkansas Library System. Butler Center for Arkansas Studies. (Little Rock, Ark.)
High Profile Collection
10.0 Linear feet
This collection contains High Profile articles from the Arkansas Gazette (later Arkansas Democrat-Gazette) newspaper.
This collection is arranged chronologically with one exception. Box 7 contains 2004-June 2006 and the booklet "High Profile Honorees, 1996-2005." Box 8 contains several oversized items. Box 9 returns to the chronological order beginning with July 2006.
Scope and Contents
This collection contains High Profile articles from the
Arkansas Gazette (later
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette) newspaper.
Phyllis Brandon, a native of Little Rock, was born July 31, 1935. She was editor of her Little Rock High School newspaper,
The Tiger, and later majored in journalism at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. Brandon's first newspaper assignment was covering the 1957 Little Rock school crisis. She later became assistant to the food editor at the
Arkansas Gazette. She took a thirteen-year break from her newspaper career to devote her time to her two sons, Alex and Philip. Brandon was the long-term editor of the High Profile section. Each week, the High Profile section highlights a well-known member of the community.
This record series is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.
Community leadership -- Arkansas -- Little Rock.
Socialites -- Arkansas -- Little Rock.
Restrictions on Access
Restrictions on Use
Non-circulating, in-house use only.
High Profile Collection, MSS 05-05, Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, Arkansas Studies Institute