Arkansas Historic photos, documents, and people

Plaque identifies the cork oak tree planted and dedicated by the Hon. Ben Laney, Governor of Arkansas, at exercises on the State Capitol grounds in Little Rock. The Governor planting the cork tree. Ark

Wife of Flem (Flim?) Taylor born 1885, died 1948 in Hope, Arkansas. She was my dad's mother, died before i was born and is a mystery to me. No one would speak of her to me when I was a child so I don

January 15, 1962

Nashville High School students attending the movie "Hey Let's Twist". I worked as a movie film projectionist during my Junior and Senior years in high school. One evening on the way to work, I took thi

August, 1938

Near Mountain Home, northern Arkansas, on U.S. 62. Farmers' baseball game in the country. From this area many have gone to California to work in agriculture

August, 1938

Near mountain home, northern Arkansas, on U.S. 62. Farmers' baseball game in the country. From this area many have gone to California to work in agriculture

August, 1938

Near mountain home, northern Arkansas, on U.S. 62. Farmers' baseball game in the country. From this area many have gone to California to work in agriculture

Overhanging bluffs on Lake Norfork in the beautiful Ozarks. Covers an area of about 30,000 acres and has a shore line of 500 miles

July, 1937

Part of a family of ten children who live and farm in the area which was flooded in the spring of 1937. They escaped in a boat

Maurice Bath house, operated under supervision of United States Government, Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas