Butler Center for Arkansas Studies 100 Rock Street Little Rock, Arkansas, 72201 (501) 320-5700
October 14, 2011
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Butler Center for Arkansas Studies
Page family collection
3.125 Linear feet
This collection contains personal records relating to the Page family of Malvern (Hot Spring County) and Little Rock, Arkansas.
This collection is arranged topically.
Scope and Contents
This collection includes items pertaining to Fla Page and various Page-Lunn family members. Box 3 is oversize.
Fla (Flay) Page Hill, born in 1906, lived with her parents in Malvern, Arkansas, and later with her sister Camella Page Lunn at 1601 Cedar Street in Little Rock, Arkansas. She was also a patient at the Arkansas State Tuberculosis Sanatorium in Booneville, Arkansas, from October 30, 1926, to November 5, 1927, and from September 22, 1928, until sometime in 1930. Most of the material in this collection was created by Fla Page Hill.
Other Page-Lunn family members represented in this collection are Fla's parents, James Marshall Page and Lydia Marinda C. Harris Page. A group photograph in the collection suggests that Fla's father worked for a telephone exchange, possibly located in Malvern, Arkansas. Other family members represented in the collection are Fla's sister, Camella Page Lunn and her husband J. P. Lunn; Fla's brother, James Everett Page; and a cousin of Camella Page Lunn, Bernice Brooks.
This record series is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.
Arkansas State Tuberculosis Sanatorium. (Logan County, Ark.)
Hill, Fla Page, 1906 - ?
Little Rock (Ark.)
Lunn, Camella Page
Lunn, J. P.
Page, James Everett, 1895-1898
Page, James Marshall
Page, Lydia Marinda C. Harris
Restrictions on Access
Restrictions on Use
Non-circulating, in-house use only.
Page family collection, MSS.11.148, Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, Arkansas Studies Institute