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[Postcard from the Carry Nation Home in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.]

Description: Photographic postcard of the Carry Nation Home in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Two images appear on the postcard. On left, an exterior view of the house - a white wooden two story building with front porch and railed balcony. Potted fern hanging baskets can be seen hanging from the top of the porch. An American flag is flying from the second story balcony. A sign proclaiming the building as "Hatchet Hall" can be seen just below the flag. Another free-standing sign to the right of the sidewalk in front of the house reads: Carry Nation Home Tours. The photo on the right is of the interior of the house. An organ is against a papered wall. On the carpet surrounding the organ is a row of small wooden chairs. To the right of the organ is a free-standing lamp and on the left is a table with a glass pitcher. Back of postcard reads: "Carry Nation Home "Hatchet Hall" 35 Steele Street Eureka Springs, Arkansas 72632 The Home, built in 1882, operated as a boarding house for the families of alcoholics, 1908-1911, by the world famous crusader against liquor sales. Carry A. Nation. Interior: The music room where Carry taught Sunday School. The Aeolian Grande player organ was a fit to Carry from a Eureka Springs physician. 852C81 Ozark Postcard Publishers 72A James River Road, Kimberling City, Mmo. 66586-0658. Postcard has scalloped edges and is in a burnt orange background.
Date: unknown
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[The Arlington Hotel]

Description: The Arlington Hotel--the largest hotel in Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas--with its famous thermal baths, is shown here. It is under the regulation of the United States Government. There is a beautiful "Cascade" swimming pool for guests. This picture is taken from a POST CARD titled "Plastichrome [Registered] by COLOUR PICTURES, INC. Boston, 10, Massachusetts U.S.A." The builder of the Baker Hotel spent time here. He was so impressed with the hotel that he modeled the one in Mineral Wells upon this as an archetype.
Date: unknown
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

Texas, New Mexico &c.

Description: This map shows the states of New Mexico and Texas as well as the surrounding areas; the counties of each state are labeled and outlined in red and the states and "Indian Territory" are all colored in. Cities, railroad lines, bodies of water, and geographic features are all marked on the map (with relief shown by hachures).
Date: unknown
Creator: Bartholomew, John, 1831-1893.
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Southern States: Western Section

Description: This map shows four of the southern U.S. states - Texas, Oklahoma (split into two to include 'Indian Territory'), Arkansas, and Louisiana - and surrounding areas. Each of the regions is shaded in color and major roads are marked in red. Major cities and bodies of water are also marked and labeled. An inset in the lower left corner shows the entire United States with the southern states shaded to show the focus of the main map. On the back of the map, the page contains illustrated text. The text is continued on previous and successive pages (not included). The top portion contains brief statements titled "Cities of the Southern States." Another section, starting in the bottom half of the page is labeled "Central States--Eastern Section" and contains information regarding Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Kentucky.
Date: 1900?
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

West Central States and States of the Plains: Southern Division

Description: This map shows a portion of the United States including the states of Texas, Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma), Arkansas, and Louisiana. The states are shaded in color and labeled. The International, Texas Pacific, Atlanta & Pacific, and Southern Pacific rail routes are marked on the map as well as major cities, bodies of water, and geographic features (with relief shown by hachures). Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington. The back of the map is a page of illustrated text, labeled at the top of the page: "West Central States and States of the Plains." The text discusses cities and geography of various U.S. states as well as accompanying questions.
Date: 1875
Creator: Harper & Brothers
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Texas

Description: This map shows the state of Texas and surrounding areas. The state is outlined in red and each county is labeled and outlined in green. The northern, panhandle section of Texas is removed from the rest of the state and depicted in an inset (lower left corner). Major cities, roads, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures). Additionally, the names and locations of some Indian tribes are noted. On the opposite side, Arkansas and Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma) are drawn in the same way with Arkansas on the left half of the page and Indian Territory on the right. The panhandle portion of Indian Territory (labeled "Public Lands") is separated from the rest of the state and depicted in an inset (upper left corner). Each map includes the state's population and area beneath the title. Prime meridians: Greewich and Washington.
Date: unknown
Creator: Cram, George Franklin, 1841-1928
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Texas

Description: This map shows the state of Texas and surrounding areas. The state is outlined in red and each county is labeled and outlined in green. The northern, panhandle section of Texas is removed from the rest of the state and depicted in an inset (lower left corner). Major cities, roads, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures). Additionally, the names and locations of some Indian tribes are noted. On the opposite side, Arkansas and Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma) are drawn in the same way with Arkansas on the left half of the page and Indian Territory on the right. The panhandle portion of Indian Territory (labeled "Public Lands") is separated from the rest of the state and depicted in an inset (upper left corner). Each map includes the state's population and area beneath the title. Prime meridians: Greewich and Washington.
Date: unknown
Creator: People's Publishing Co.
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

West Central States and States of the Great Plains, Southern Division.

Description: This map shows the southern U.S. states and surrounding areas including Texas, Oklahoma (still labeled "Indian Territory"), Arkansas, and Louisiana. Each state is colored and has major cities, rivers, and geographic features marked (relief shown by hachures). Additionally, the International, Texas Pacific, Atlanta & Pacific, and Southern Pacific rail routes as of 1887 are marked and labeled on the map. The back of the map contains illustrated text with information and review questions about Arkansas and Louisiana. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
Date: 1887
Creator: Harper & Brothers
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Portrait of Woman

Description: Copy negative of Anne Mayes Conner portrait. She is wearing a dark colored dress with a light collar. Her hair is dark and the front portion is pulled back while the rest flows in long curls down to her elbows.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

["Barrow Gang" Wanted Poster, 1933 - Van Buren, Arkansas]

Description: Wanted poster for the Barrow Gang: Bonnie Parker, Clyde Barrow, Blanch Caldwell, Marvin Barrow (Clyde's brother) and an unknown person. The poster includes the physical descriptions of each person, and Sheriff Albert Maxey provides details for the monetary prize awarded upon their arrest.
Date: unknown
Creator: Maxey, Albert
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

Bloomburg Quadrangle

Description: Topographic map of a portion of Texas and of Arkansas from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) project. The map includes towns, historic or notable sites, bodies of water, and other geologic features. Scale 1:24,000
Date: 1975
Creator: Geological Survey (U.S.)
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Domino Quadrangle

Description: Topographic map of a portion of Texas and of Arkansas from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) project. The map includes towns, historic or notable sites, bodies of water, and other geologic features. Scale 1:24,000
Date: 1975
Creator: Geological Survey (U.S.)
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Barkman Quadrangle

Description: Topographic map of a portion of Texas and of Arkansas from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) project. The map includes towns, historic or notable sites, bodies of water, and other geologic features. Scale 1:24,000
Date: 1975
Creator: Geological Survey (U.S.)
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Redbank Quadrangle

Description: Topographic map of a portion of Texas and of Arkansas from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) project. The map includes towns, historic or notable sites, bodies of water, and other geologic features. Scale 1:24,000
Date: 1975
Creator: Geological Survey (U.S.)
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Daniels Chapel Quadrangle

Description: Topographic map of a portion of Texas and of Arkansas from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) project. The map includes towns, historic or notable sites, bodies of water, and other geologic features. Scale 1:24,000
Date: 1975
Creator: Geological Survey (U.S.)
Location Info:
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Letter from Maud C. Fentress to David W. Fentress, March 4, 1858]

Description: Letter to David W. Fentress from his mother, Maud, discussing the receipt of his letter and his arrival at Prairie Lea; a request for Frank to write a letter informing Maud of his travels; a discussion of sending information and gifts; a brief discussion about marriage and gifts;a dialogue concerning "Episcopacy or Pickett"; news about the weather; the affect of the weather on the planting of crops; a discussion of real estate; a brief mention of Maud's health; a request for information on "how the presents went" and if pictures were received; a discussion requesting a visit from David's "Aunt", "Uncle", as well as from Tom and Frank; an ending statement requesting letters from David, Clara, and Frank.
Date: March 4, 1858
Creator: Fentress, Maud C.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections