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Manuscript Collection 204
INFORMATION ABOUT SAMUEL C. DELLINGER
Samuel C. Dellinger (1892-1973) was professor of zoology at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville (chairman of the department 1922-1957), as well as "curator" (director) of the University Museum, 1925-1960. He was also involved in anthropology, a member of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, and a conservation activist.
Samuel Claudius Dellinger was born in 1892 in North Carolina. He studied at Duke University and was granted his B.A. in zoology in 1915. He then became professor of biology at Hendrix College, Conway. He took a year off to obtain his M.A. at Columbia University, 1917, and then returned to Conway. About 1918 he did some work toward a Ph.D. at Columbia, but never completed the degree, though he was always called "Doctor." He taught in Florida public schools, 1919-1920, and worked as a chemist for the Florida Citrus Exchange. In 1921 he came to the University of Arkansas as assistant professor of zoology, and was promoted to professor in 1924.
Dellinger was chairman of the Department of Zoology, 1922-1957, and director of the museum, 1925-1960. In 1926 he won a $20,000 grant from the Carnegie Foundation for a state archaeological survey, the first such large grant ever awarded in Arkansas. Although lacking formal training in anthropology, he began teaching anthropology courses through the Department of Zoology, and in 1934 he was chairman of the Southern Prehistory Society. In the late 1930s and 1940s, he was president and editor of the Arkansas Archeological Survey, and in 1960/61 was the first president of the Arkansas Archeological Society (new series). He was also a charter member of the archaeological societies of Oklahoma and Missouri. At the university, he was advisor to the Arkansas chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta, a premedical and predental fraternity.
Dellinger was interested in conservation and taught classes in conservation and natural resources. He was a member of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission from 1922 to 1957. He supported the Buffalo National River and Lake Fayetteville Park, as well as various liberal political causes. He was also interested in folklore and helped organize the first folklore meeting in Eureka Springs in 1928.
After his retirement in 1959 Professor Emeritus Dellinger continued his political and conservation activities. He was a member of the Audubon Society, the National Gourd Society, the Nature Conservancy, Fayetteville's City Beautification Committee (he was chairman in 1968), as well as other organizations. He died in 1973.
INFORMATION ABOUT THE COLLECTION
The collection consists of correspondence, financial records, examinations, lecture notes, articles (published and unpublished) by Dellinger or pertaining to subjects of interest to him, notebooks, clippings, photographs, and other papers. Series 1, "Historical collections," contains the nineteenth century materials mentioned above. The collection originally included many back issues of such newspapers and magazines as Natural History, Organic Gardening and Farming, and The Purple Martin Capital News, which have been removed. Most are already cataloged in the stacks or in the Arkansas Collections. Most of Dellinger's accumulation of seed and garden catalogs have also been removed. Anthropology and zoology publications with no direct connection to Dellinger were given to the University of Arkansas Museum. Items on deteriorating paper (newspaper clippings and old photocopies) have been photocopied on acid-neutral paper. Many newspaper clippings and pages (in some cases whole newspapers), with no indication of why they were saved, were discarded.
Papers pertaining to Samuel C. Dellinger were donated to Special Collections by his daughter, Martha Dellinger, July and September 1974.
Included are some ledgers and other nineteenth century papers not pertaining to Samuel C. Dellinger, but apparently collected by him.
RESTRICTIONS APPLY. Some material is restricted to preserve the privacy of individuals involved. Negatives are restricted.
Much material, especially in Series 2, Subseries 1, 3, and 4, is restricted according to the student records policy of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, in compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (U. S. Code). Researchers desiring access to the material should consult with the Director of Special Collections.
For more information see the Samuel C. Dellinger Papers, Addendum (MC 1425).
Processed by Nan Lawler, Special Collections Division, University of Arkansas Libraries, Fayetteville, Arkansas, in August 1989.
CONTENTS OF THE COLLECTION
14.75 linear feet (31 boxes)
Series 1. Historical collections. Boxes 1-2.
Series 2. Material pertaining to Dellinger and his activities. Boxes 3-27.
Subseries 1. Pertaining primarily
to Dellinger's teaching, Department of Zoology, conservation classes.
Subseries 2. Pertaining primarily to the University Museum.
Subseries 3. Pertaining primarily to the Arkansas Basic Science Law and basic science exminations.
Subseries 4. Pertaining primarily to Arkansas Act 382 of 1947 (to assist veterans residing in Arkansas to attend out-of-state professional schools in fields of study not available in Arkansas).
Subseries 5. Pertaining primarily to Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
Subseries 6. Dellinger's [research], writing, and personal files.
Subseries 7. Correspondence.
Subseries 8. Pictures and photographs.
Series 3. Restricted materials. Boxes 28-31.
Series 1. Historical Collections (Boxes 1-2)
Items of historical interest apparently collected by Dellinger. These are mainly nineteenth century ledgers and other papers pertaining to people and businesses in or around Fayetteville, Arkansas.
1. Letter, 5 December 1852, from Jonas Tebbetts in Little Rock
to his wife, Matilda Tebbetts, in Fayetteville.
2. Ledger. Records of an unidentified Fayetteville [general store], 1860-1862, and of an unidentified general or grocery store, 1883-1887.
3. Ledger pages. Accounts of an unidentified general store, possibly in Cane Hill, 1832. (Removed to Manuscript Collections Oversize Box Number 2.)
4. Ledger pages. Accounts of a general store, apparently in Cane Hill, 1833. (Removed to Manuscript Collections Oversize Box Number 2.)
5. Page and blotter (with printed advertisements) from the Van Winkle Hotel, Fayetteville, containing guest registrations 23 June - 29 June 1899. (Removed to Manuscript Collections Oversize Box Number 6.)
1. Ledger. "Complete Business Register" for an unidentified
business, possibly owned by A. B. Lewis, in Fayetteville, January 1888
- December 1898. Includes a handwritten note dated "Fayetteville
Ark. Dec. 22d 1919," daily events (mostly deaths and notes on the weather),
information about real estate belonging to A. B. Lewis, and birthdates
for A. B. Lewis (28 April 1835) and his wife, S. R. Lewis (27 August 1844).
2. Ledger. Continuation of the above, January 1899 - August 1906 (when "business in store" closed), continuing with personal accounts and daily events through April 1909.
3. Ledger. Included are entries for Southwest News Company (1906-1907), Lewis & Taylors Cafe (1907-1908), and notes on daily events, mostly weather (1918-1922).
4. Notes and receipts originally laid into ledger, folder 3.
5. Typed copy of will of Nicholas Friday, Lincoln County, North Carolina, 24 April 1789.
Series 2. Material pertaining to Dellinger and his activities (Boxes 3-27)
Items have been roughly divided into subseries corresponding to the
many activities of Dellinger. Subseries 6, "Dellinger's [research],
writing and personal files," includes not only personal matters, but also
items that pertain to more than one interest and items that could not easily
be placed in one of the other subseries.
Subseries 1. Pertaining primarily to the Department of Zoology.
Material pertains primarily to the Department of Zoology and the classes taught by Dellinger, including correspondence, memos, lecture notes, examinations, student papers, and Dellinger's notebooks. Also included are items pertaining to the organization of the department, classes taught, finances, and its relationship to the university as a whole. Organizations, both student and faculty, in which Dellinger participated are also included.
The arrangement of material apparently organized and labeled by Dellinger has been retained. Most material, however, showed no evident organization, and consequently has been arranged by type (examinations, lecture notes, notebooks, etc.) and/or topic (organizations, department, classes, etc.). In general, as much as possible has been placed into "Correspondence" folders: correspondence, memoranda, and notices.
1. University schedules, enrollment, list of employees (1950s),
2. Proposals, petitions, and reports concerning tenure, university constitution, organization for departments and for research, College of Arts and Sciences, spending, and general education goals.
3. University Senate Council Minutes (27 March 1956 and 23 March 1961), [University Senate membership list], and proposed composition of University Senate Council.
4. Blank university forms: grade distribution form, file card and request for information from News Service, evaluation program work sheet, and faculty annual evaluation form. [Annual evaluation forms (and other employee information) for members of the Zoology Department faculty have been removed to Box 28, "Restricted materials."]
5. Annual reports (with cover letters), Zoology Department: 1919-1920, 1920-1921, 1921-1922 (3 different copies), 1941-1942, and 1942-1943. Annual report, Botany: 1921-1922.
6. Zoology Department proposed constitution, faculty minutes (1957), "Justification for Additional Staff," and inventory of department (1919-1920).
7. Lists of classes in Zoology Department, hours, proposed schedules, and information for catalog (1908-1959, n. d.).
8. Budget estimates (1926-1953, n.d.), salaries (1923-1925), and Dellinger's appointments and changes of status, 1922-1959.
9. Accounts of Zoology Department (n.d.), statements, invoices, receipts, requisitions, and advertisements (1920s - 1950s).
10. File of Dellinger's: "Advertisements Bird Song Records - Kodachromes."
11. File of Dellinger's: "Films" (includes advertisements, catalogs, correspondence, and study guide to U.S. documentary film "The River," 1940s and 1950s).
12. Two catalogs (1913, 1920, and 1930) for Mollusca and L. S. Frierson's A Classified and Annotated Check List of the North American Naiades (also Mollusca), one catalog laid into one of others. All have marginalia and/or notes laid in, apparently in an attempt to build up [Zoology Department's] shell collection, [1930s].
13. Schedules, materials, books in library for classes (1925, 1947-1948, n.d.); class handouts: anthropology, conservation, genetics, human heredity, and elementary wildlife management.
14. Class handouts and stencils: anthropology.
15. Laboratory instructions: human physiology (1950).
16. Laboratory handouts and instructions; form for "Ornithology Field Trip" report.
17. File of Dellinger's: "Lecture Notes - Conservation."
18. Conservation lectures, 1949-1950.
1. File of Dellinger's: "Conservation 313 References" (lecture
notes and bibliographies).
2. File of Dellinger's: "Final Exams" (includes examination for [wildlife conservation], "Evidences of Waste" by George T. Renner, map and "Report on the Investigation of the Fur Industry in the Buckville Area for the 1939-1940 Season," "Conservation and Scientific Forecast" by Robert Cushman Murphy, "Accelerating Wildlife Conservation," clippings, and other information).
3. Pages from "Nature Study" (summer 1950s) notebook.
4. Pages from "Nature Study" (spring semester) notebook.
5. File of Dellinger's: "Conservation Education" (information, notes, notebook).
6. Materials from Missouri, Tennessee, and 4-H on conservation education.
7. Bibliographies for nature study, birds, conservation, and anthropology.
8. Folder of Dellinger's: "Review Questions for Civil Service" [for game management agents?].
9. Notes, fragments of [lecture notes, class handouts, examinations], clippings, and reprints ("Obstetric Effigies of the Mound Builders of Eastern Arkansas" and "A Report of Identical Albino Twins of Negro Parents," Dellinger a co-author of both).
10. Organizations: 2 notices of zoology seminars, photograph mounted on paper [for zoology contest], constitution for "Limulus" (proposed University of Arkansas zoology organization), suggested press release concerning Zeta Beta Tau, proposed final draft of constitution for University of Arkansas Chapter of American Association of University Professors, meeting notice for Phi Beta Kappa members, copy of extract from 1919 Board of Trustees meeting minutes concerning Sigma Chi fraternity, and program for convention of unidentified organization.
11. Dellinger's writings and research fragments? Extract of statement concerning "Arkansas Anti-Evolution Law," anatomy, fish, and fish food chain illustrations; notes, writings, and fragments on use of Box 4 (cont.)
fire, Arkansas mussel regulations, zoology, anthropology, and genetics.
12. Mimeographed report of trip to Pine Bluff Arsenal and University of Arkansas, appraisal form (not filled out) for "Pre-Medical Advisory Committee" members, notice of scholarship fund, typed "Retirement Age at Various Universities and Colleges," typed carbon copy outline for "Quail Contest" (for 12-year-olds through high school), mimeographed "Our Friends of the Forest: A Unit for the First Grade" (Martha Burgoyne, Mississippi State College).
13. Pages removed from loose-leaf binder: [Comparative anatomy of vertebrates] notes and illustrations.
14. Pages and other notes originally laid in binder (folder 14 above).
15. Notebook: "Zoology. Dr. Dellinger" written on cover. "Class Notes Invertebrate Zoology 201. 1922-23" written on flyleaf. Student notebook? Advertisement (addressed to "Department of Zoology) laid in [as bookmark].
16. Notebook: "Biology" on cover. Inventory and accounts [for Biology Department] 1905-1918, including listing of student lab fees. More pages of inventory and notes laid in.
17. Spiral notebook: "#16" on cover, "Code No. #16" on first page. First 11 pages [student notebook] for anatomy, continued by Dellinger's notes and examination questions for conservation.
18. Two leaves from spiral notebook: "18" on cover. Dellinger's examination questions for [heredity? genetics?] and 7 leaves [published answer sheets for genetics] originally laid in notebook. The remaining notebook pages were blank; notebook has been removed.
19. Pages from spiral notebook: "#20" on cover. Two pages of notes on genetics and Dellinger's examination questions for conservation. The remaining notebook pages were blank; notebook has been removed.
1. Pages from spiral notebook: "34" on cover. Thirteen
pages of notes on [bacteriology] and 5 pages of Dellinger's examination
questions for [bacteriology]. The remaining notebook pages were blank;
notebook has been removed.
2. Pages from spiral notebook: "#49" on cover. Six pages of Dellinger's examination questions for [conservation]. The remaining notebook pages were blank; notebook has been removed.
3. Pages from spiral notebook: "Code No. 72" on cover. Seven pages of Dellinger's examination questions for [anatomy]. The remaining notebook pages were blank; notebook has been removed.
4. Pages from spiral notebook: "102" on cover. Eight leaves of Dellinger's examination questions for conservation. The remaining notebook pages were blank; notebook has been removed.
5. Spiral notebook containing [corrected student notes and problems] in genetics, dated 8 June 1960 - 27 June 1960. Mimeographed "Creating Interest in Biology" laid in.
6. Pages from spiral notebook: six leaves containing Dellinger's examination questions for conservation and nine leaves, torn from a spiral notebook and laid into this notebook, containing more conservation examination questions. The remaining notebook pages were blank; notebook has been removed.
7. Pages from spiral notebook: eleven leaves containing Dellinger's examination questions for conservation. The remaining notebook pages were blank; notebook has been removed.
Box 5 (cont.)
8. Pages from spiral notebook: "221" on first page. Four additional leaves of [student?] notes on [biochemistry]. The remaining notebook pages were blank; notebook has been removed.
9. Pocket spiral notebook containing addresses, notes on plants, and literature citations.
10. Correspondence: sample of letterhead, 1914, 1920s. [Note: some letters from this and the following correspondence folders are restricted for privacy or student confidentiality. In some cases, copies, with names obliterated, are available for research; originals are restricted.]
11. Correspondence: 1930s.
12. Correspondence: 1940s.
13. Correspondence: 1950.
14. Correspondence: 1951-1952.
15. Correspondence: 1953.
16. Correspondence: 1954.
17. Correspondence: 1955.
18. Correspondence: 1956-1959.
19. Letter, 28 December 1957, to Dellinger from Doug Jester; Jester's notes and thesis, with comment by Dellinger.
20. Correspondence: 1960s.
21. Notes from class record books, note originally laid in class record book (positive photocopies where necessary to preserve privacy of academic records). [Class record books, 1902-1960 and n.d., have been removed to Boxes 28-29, "Restricted Materials." Note that these are not all Dellinger's class books; many (in particular class record books from the University of Arkansas before Dellinger arrived) were apparently collected by him.]
1. Examinations: anatomy, [bacteriology], evolution, genetics,
history of biology, hygiene, nature study, and zoology. [Note:
student examinations from this and other folders have been removed to Box
30, "Restricted materials."]
2. Examination: [zoology].
3. Examinations and keys: "Conservation" and "Conservation 302b."
4. Examinations, keys, and fragments: "Conservation 313."
5. Examinations, keys, and fragments: "Conservation 313."
6. Examinations, keys, and fragments: "Conservation 313.3."
7. Fragments of [conservation] examinations and keys.8.Fragments of [conservation] examinations and keys.
9. File of Dellinger's: "104a Drawings" [drawings for examinations].
10. "Poems Suitable for Use in Nature Study," compiled by Phyllis Graham, July 1943 (cover removed).
11. Unidentified [student] paper, "Arkansas Forrest Nursery." Illustrated with photographs; 6 additional photographs (with notes on verso of each).
12. Student paper, "Soil, Forestry, and Water," by James Cooper, Conservation, 27 January 1960. Illustrated with drawings and clippings (originally in small binder; binder removed). [Note: grades (usually cover sheet) from graded student papers in the following folders have been removed or obliterated to protect student confidentiality.]
13. Student paper, conservation class, "Management of the Wild Turkey (Meleagris gallopavo silvestris)," by Douglas W. Parker, August 1947. Illustrated by drawing.
14. [Student] paper, "Genetical and Racial Aspects of the Blood Groups," by Louie A. Moore, Jr. (originally bound in folder; binding removed).
15. Student paper, "A Paper Prepared for Conservation 313" by Ray Fullerton (on prevention of soil erosion in Conway County). Illustrated with photographs; two additional aerial photographs included.
16. Zoology 514 student paper, "Crayfish in Arkansas (One Hour Problem)," by Jack F. Allman.
17. [Student] paper, "Arkansas Forestry and Its Conservation," by Robert [W. Gively].
18. Anthropology term paper, "Dress and Ornament," by Lillie Katherine Spears, 11 January 1936. Illustrated with drawings.
19. [Illustrations from unidentified student paper] on Cookson Hills (and Beaver Mountain?) Game Refuge. Photographs, prints stamped with dates August 1954 - December 1955.
20. Ornithology student paper, "Ornithology Project," by Robert G. Leonard, Spring 1952. Photographs of birds with captions (originally in spiral notebook; covers and spiral binding removed).
21. Student bibliography on Tennessee Valley Authority, by Susanne Flake; outline for term paper, "The Federal Expenditure of the TVA Was Justified," by Zoology 313.3 student Nancy Worthy, Fall 1957; outline for paper, "Tennessee Valley Authority," by Conservation 313.3 student William Elze Pinkerton, 27 November 1957.
22. Student paper, "The Crawford County Story of Water and Flood Control Projects," by Carolyn Dickerson, 6 January 1956. Illustrated with photographs and drawings (originally bound in folder; folder removed).
23. Student paper, "Lake Wedington Project Conservation Improvements in Washington County," by Marilyn McRoy, 2 January 1957. Illustrated with photographs; sample of short leaf pine needles included.
24. [Student] paper, "Nut Growing in Northwest Arkansas," by Virginia C. Wylie.
1. [Student] paper, "Living Money," by Morrell Jones (forestry
in Arkansas). Illustrated with photographs, color halftone clipped
2. [Student] paper, "Conservation Report on Dierks Treating Plant [Dierks Lumber & Coal Co.]," by Janet & Buddy Benson. Illustrated with photographs and newspaper clipping.
3. Conservation student paper, "Bank Stabilization on the Arkansas River near Fort Smith," by Tom Miller, January 1956. Illustrated with photographs and maps; includes typed carbon copy of "Design Memorandum No. 1. Bank Stabilization Below Van Buren Mile 352.5 to Mile 350.3 Arkansas River, Arkansas," of Little Rock District, Army Corps of Engineers, April 1955.
4. [Student] paper, "Bank Stabilization of the Fort Smith Area," by Ann Jacobs. Illustrated with photographs and map.
5. [Student] paper, "The Effect of Irrigation on the Water Supply in Woodruff County, Arkansas," by Dorothy Reddell, 5 January 1956. Includes map.
6. Natural Resources and Conservation student paper, "Conservation of Soil and Water in Arkansas," by William L. Foster. Illustrated with photographs and map.
Box 7 (cont.)
7. [Student] paper, "Fundamental Factors that Determine the Type of Agriculture in Washington County, Arkansas," by Sue Buchanan. Includes two maps.
8. Conservation student paper, "Conservation in Washington County," by Paul W. Stauffer, 4 January 1956. Illustrated with photographs. Also three pages of photographs [part of another student paper? added later?] with typed captions, including "The following pages are pictures taken in Boone County showing some of the conservation practices discussed in the preceding pages."
9. Conservation [student] paper, "Six Mile Creek Watershed of the Arkansas River Watershed, Franklin and Logan Counties, Arkansas," by Roy Jack Tomlin. Illustrated with photographs and drawing.
10. Conservation student paper, "Tennessee Valley Authority 'Is it Worth it?'" by Sue Carolyn Wilson, 25 November 1957.
11. Conservation student paper, "A Farm in Need of Conservation," by Charles W. Knowles. Illustrated with photographs and map.
12. Conservation student paper, "Water--Its Good and Bad Side," by Johnny Arnold, 25 April 1958. Illustrated with photographs (originally attached by cellophane tape; removed and coded by letter).
13. Conservation student paper, "Lake Wedington and Conservation," by Betsy L. Berry. Illustrated with photographs.
14. [Conservation student] paper, "Emergency Bank Stabilization and Channel Rectification Project Wilson's Rock, Oklahoma to Fort Smith, Arkansas Arkansas River, Oklahoma," by Paul Sabin. Illustrated by photographs.
15. [Conservation student] paper, "Six Mile Creek Watershed Project," by Logan C. Cameron. Includes map and photographs, information on verso of each (51 U. S. Department of Agriculture photographs by Orrin J. Henbest, G. M. Brune, E. A. Hodson, Wells Riggs, and Buford Poe).
16. Conservation student paper, "Six Mile Creek Watershed Protection Project," by Sally Featherston, 9 January 1959. Illustrated with map and clipped printed halftones (originally bound in folder; binding removed).
17. [Conservation student] paper, "The Oil and Gas Industry in Union County: The Conservation of This Industry," by Lucille Vuillemin. Illustrated with drawings, maps, and clippings (originally bound in folder; binding removed).
18. Student paper, "Conservation Paper" [on Lake Chicot], by Judy Gaines, 9 January 1959. Includes loose photographs as well as photographs and clippings originally mounted in separate scrapbook; scrapbook pages trimmed and removed to Manuscript Collections Oversize Box Number 9.
19. Student "Conservation Report" on "Lake Chicot," by Mary Dell Cook, 24 April 1958. Includes photographs and clippings.
20. Student paper, "Conservation of Human Powers as Natural Resources," by Ina King. Includes clippings and photographs.
21. Student paper, "General Facts About the Bradley Lumber Company of Arkansas and Facts Concerning Their Program of Conservation," by Alice Ann Girdner. Includes photographs (originally bound in folder; folder removed).
22. Student paper, "The History of Polk County Manganese," by [Mary Jane Taylor]. Includes mineral specimens.
23. Pages of illustrations (5 x 7" photographs) pertaining to forestry, originally in folder with "The History of Polk County Manganese" above.
Subseries 2. Pertaining primarily to the University Museum.
1. Typed brief history of museum, clippings regarding museum activities.
2. "Engineers' Field Book," with "F. W. King" printed on first page, containing [surveying notes] and [inventory of museum collection]. Single sheet that had been laid in. [F. W. King (Fair White King) was a major donor of American Indian antiquities.]
3. Museum inventory, notes on collections, proposal for acquisition of African artifacts.
4. Correspondence, 1929-1935.
5. Correspondence, 1936-1949.
6. Thank you notes from school children, 1943.
7. Correspondence, 1950-1952.
8. Correspondence, 1952-1956.
9. Letter and notes pertaining to Dellinger's complaints regarding the proposed "Department of Sociology and Anthropology," 1957.
10. Correspondence concerning hiring of Charles R. McGimsey, 1955-1957, and copy of appointment, 1958. [McGimsey was Dellinger's successor as head of Museum.]
11. Correspondence, 1957-1958.
12. Correspondence, 1959.
13. Correspondence and financial records pertaining to the McPherson Fund (for purchase of collection for museum); 1959.
14. Correspondence, 1960.
15. Correspondence, 1961-1972, n.d.
16. Museum publications and handouts, press releases, 1962, n.d.
17. Museum methods class (Zoology 453) handout, n.d.
1. [Exchanges] with other museums, 1930-1969.
2. Financial notes, receipts, and requisitions, 1936-1957.
3. Collections acquisition and museum supplies and services: price lists and advertising; n.d.
4. Collections acquisition and museum supplies and services: price lists and advertising; n.d.
Subseries 3. Pertaining primarily to the Arkansas Basic Science Law and basic science exminations.
1. Notebook containing minutes of the Arkansas State Board of
Examiners in the Basic Sciences, 29 July 1929 - 8 March 1959, including
financial reports. Stray notes, apparently from meetings.
2. Publications relating to the Arkansas Basic Science Law (1929), basic science laws in general, and the American Association of Basic Science Boards, most with handwritten notes and corrections, 1929-1959, n.d.
3. Rulings, inventory, legal papers and notes pertaining to the Arkansas Basic Science Board, 1935-1959, n.d. Includes Dellinger's appointments to Basic Science Board from governors Futrall, Laney, and McMath. (Futrall appointment removed to Manuscript Collections Oversize Box Number 2.)
Box 10 (cont.)
4. Financial records and papers, 1942-1959.
5. Correspondence, 1929, 1952-1958. [NOTE: some correspondence in this and the next two folders is closed to researchers to protect the privacy of individuals or because it constitutes part of an individual's academic record. It has been removed to Box 30, "Restricted materials."]
6. Correspondence, January - February 1959.
7. Correspondence, March - July 1959, n.d. Includes samples of Arkansas Basic Science Board letterhead.
8. Undated letters, tables, charts, and clippings pertaining to controversy (1957-1959) over Arkansas Basic Science Board, including rough drafts, tabulations, and calculations.
9. Set of basic science examinations in anatomy, bacteriology, chemistry, pathology, and physiology, with instructions for typist.
10. Basic science examinations and keys: anatomy. [NOTE: all student examinations have been removed to Box 30, "Restricted materials."]
11. Basic science examinations and keys: bacteriology, chemistry, health, hygiene, and pathology.
12. Copies of basic science examinations from Tennessee and Kansas, 1958 (apparently used for comparison during controversy in Arkansas).
13. Forms for examination results (by number rather than by students' names) and results of examinations, 1956, n.d. [NOTE: keys to identification of students by number have been removed to Box 30, "Restricted materials."]
Subseries 4. Pertaining primarily to Arkansas Act 382 of 1947 (to assist veterans residing in Arkansas to attend out-of-state professional schools in fields of study not available in Arkansas).
Box 10 (cont'd)
14. Notices, notes, and correspondence, 25 April 1947 - 28 June
1948. [NOTE: some correspondence in this and the next three
folders is closed to researchers because it constitutes part of an individual's
academic record. It has been removed to Box 31, "Restricted materials."
In some cases, letters that appeared to have immediate research value were
photocopied, with students' names obliterated; these photocopies are available
15. Correspondence, 14 October 1948 - 14 May 1949.
16. Correspondence, 8 July 1949 - 8 June 1950.
17. Correspondence, 6 September 1950 - 19 August 1957.
Subseries 5. Pertaining primarily to Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
1. Handwritten and typed copy [made by Dellinger] of Game and
Fish laws and information about wildlife in Arkansas in early days; notes,
clippings, and cartoon.
2. Notebook page containing "Ramblings of a game and fish commissioner"; photocopies of two typed, corrected pages originally laid in notebook.
3. Typed copy of law establishing Game and Fish Commission, printed copies of appropriation bills (1950 and 1953), mimeographed map of
planned six Congressional districts, leaflets summarizing Game and Fish regulations (1939 and 1958 editions), mimeographed forms.
4. Dellinger's card as Game and Fish Commissioner, sample of letterhead, typed carbon copy of article  about Dellinger's award for service, 1937-1957, with Game and Fish, notes [by Dellinger].
5. Clippings and photocopies of clippings collected by Dellinger concerning conservation.
6. Typed and mimeographed lists regarding proposed joint research program, Arkansas refuge system, honorary game wardens, predators taken by state and refuge trappers, and bibliographies on Indians and birds.
7. Agendas and Minutes of Game and Fish Commission meetings, 1949-1952; personnel directory, 1966.
8. Financial reports, 1942-1957; summary of income and expenses, 1915-1957.
9. Game and Fish Orders, 1953-1954.
10. Commission Regulation Amendments, 1944, 1953-1955.
11. Maps showing range, extension of range, and plantings of beaver and muskrat in Arkansas.
12. Material pertaining to Game Warden School: outline, curriculum, schedules for Warden's Training School, August 1951.
13. Material pertaining to Game Warden School: policy statement, correspondence, 1949, 1951. [Note: some items pertain to student records and therefore have been removed to Box 31, "Restricted Materials."]
14. Material pertaining to Game Warden School: class [syllabus], page 2 missing.
15. Material pertaining to Game Warden School: other [class handouts].
16. Material pertaining to Game Warden School: material from other states (Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, and Ohio), apparently used to plan Arkansas's Game Warden School.
17. Information sheets on water weed control, fisheries management, use of chemicals, bait (earthworm, crayfish, minnows) cultivation, scavengers, various birds, bird houses, and bird traps.
18. Script for radio broadcast of interview with Governor Cherry about Game and Fish, 3 June 1953.
1. Correspondence and memoranda, 1944-1948.
2. Correspondence and memoranda, February - June 1949.
3. Correspondence and memoranda, July - December 1949.
4. Correspondence and memoranda, 1950.
5. Correspondence and memoranda, 1951-1952.
6. Correspondence and memoranda, 1953-1954.
7. Correspondence and memoranda, 1955-1959.
8. Correspondence and memoranda, 1960-1970.
9. Notices and minutes of the "B," 1941-1955. (Originally organized as the "International Association of Game, Fish and Conservation Commissioners" in 1925, the association was by this time known as the "B" or the "B of V" [Brotherhood of Venery].)
10. Notices and minutes of the "B," 1956-1961.
11. Projects, 1947-1957, n.d. Includes two unidentified maps, apparently related to projects.
12. Reports: flood control, hydroelectric dams, water use.
13. Map and halftones of wildlife, hunting, and fishing, all with printed captions; apparently prepared as illustrations for Game and Fish publications.
1. Reports: fish.
2. Reports: timber and wildlife.
3. Game surveys, fragments, and maps: Howard, Pope, Dallas, and Cross counties.
4. "Final Report of the State-Wide Game Survey Project," 1946, typed [master copy]. (Crumbling cover removed and discarded.)
5. "Final Report of the State-Wide Game Survey Project," 1946, carbon copy with signatures and photographs illustrating the report.
6. Reports from the United States Department of the Interior, 1941-1956.
7. Newsletters and other publications of conservation organizations.
8. Conservation booklets/comics.
9. [Exchange] publications from other states: Tennessee Valley Authority.
10. [Exchange] publications from other states: Oklahoma.
11. [Exchange] publications and reprints from other states: Alabama, Nevada, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania.
1. "Game and Fish News" [press releases], 1949.
2. "Game and Fish News" [press releases], 1950.
3. "Game and Fish News" [press releases], January - May 1951.
4. "Game and Fish News" [press releases], June - December 1951.
5. "Game and Fish News" [press releases], January - June 1952.
6. "Game and Fish News" [press releases], July - December 1952.
7. Gally of newspaper article, "Many Hawks Friends of Man," with handwritten date 9-21-52.
8. "Game and Fish News" [press releases], February - August 1953.
9. "Game and Fish News" [press releases], September - December 1953.
10. "Game and Fish News" [press releases], January - July 1954.
11. "Game and Fish News" [press releases], August - December 1954.
Subseries 6. Dellinger's [research], writing, and personal files.
Files that were originally labeled, apparently by Dellinger, have been preserved. Most, however, were not organized or labeled. These were grouped during processing by subject. The files originally contained many newspaper clippings and catalogs. Most catalogs were removed. A sample of newspaper clippings were photocopied for preservation. Items were chosen for photocopying, in general, (1) if they contained written comments, (2) it was obvious why Dellinger had saved them, and (3) they were still in good enough condition to copy.
1. File of Dellinger's: "Conservation." Materials
from The National Committee on Policies in Conservation Education.
2. File of Dellinger's: "Ecology." Material sent from Theodore R. Sills, Inc. (public relations) on using baking soda to protect the environment.
Box 15 (cont.)
3. Material pertaining to conservation in general: typed and mimeographed papers.
4. Material pertaining to conservation in general: clippings and reprints (including cartoons).
5. Material pertaining to conservation in general: newsletters and advertisements (including Sierra Club's "Shall We Also Flood the Sistine Chapel...").
6. Material pertaining to conservation in general: publications and leaflets.
7. Clippings pertaining to soil conservation.
8. File of Dellinger's: "Pesticides." Reprints pertaining to pesticide contamination.
9. Reprints pertaining to pesticide contamination.
10. Papers and clippings pertaining to pollution, particularly pesticide contamination.
11. Publications pertaining to pesticide contamination; leaflet from Agricultural Extension Service on "Insecticide Recommendations."
12. Newsletters and advertising pertaining to pesticide contamination.
13. Reprints pertaining to water pollution, including thermal discharge.
1. File of Dellinger's: "Tree Crops." Paper, leaflet,
and price lists.
2. File of Dellinger's: "Dogwoods." Notes, clippings, advertisements.
3. Materials pertaining to forestry and trees: notes and papers.
4. Materials pertaining to forestry and trees: publications, leaflets, and newsletters.
5. Materials pertaining to forestry and trees: clippings.
6. Information kit on "Planning a Shade Tree Program" from Connecticut Shade Tree Committee.
7. Contents of notebook containing notes, excerpts, and clippings pertaining to forestry, trees, and grasslands (originally in loose-leaf notebook; notebook has been removed).
8. Leaflet on powder post beetles and damaged piece of flooring [from Bradley Lumber Company, Warren, Arkansas].
9. Notes, clippings, and booklets pertaining to grasslands and pasture improvement.
10. Clippings and hand-drawn map pertaining to dams, the Tennessee Valley Authority, water quality, power lobbies.
11. Speeches and statements pertaining to dams and the Tennessee Valley Authority.
12. Correspondence pertaining to dams, generation of electricity, and the Tennessee Valley Authority.
1. Financial report of the Tennessee Valley Authority, 1958; two
versions of "Taxes and Tax Equivalents Paid by TVA and Power Distributors,"
2. Student paper, "Tennessee Valley Authority Versus Private Utility Companies," by Sylvia Varnell, 1954. Includes booklets and clippings. (Originally bound in cover; cover removed.)
3. Student paper, "The TVA and the Utilities," by Richard Hellman, n.d. Carbon copy; originally in cover (cover removed) with carbon copies of editorial pages of St. Louis Post-Dispatch and "A Warning to America."
4. File of Dellinger's: "References (fishes)." Contains notes on sponges and fishes, bibliographies on fishes and mammals.
5. File of Dellinger's: "Data on Crayfish." Contains collection notes and correspondence regarding the taking of crayfish.
6. File of Dellinger's: "Research--Fishes of Arkansas." Contains outline and draft of [book].
7. File of Dellinger's: "Fishes of Arkansas." Clippings, bibliography, research notes, letter.
8. File of Dellinger's: "Breeding habits (fishes)." Clippings and notes.
9. File of Dellinger's: "Species of fishes." Notes, bibliographies, and clipping.
10. File of Dellinger's: "Farm Fish Ponds." Publications.
11. Reprints, papers, and clipping pertaining to fish.
12. Clippings, publications, and papers on hunting and fishing, conservation, and hunting safety. (Broadsides have been removed to the Broadside Collection: B3-708, B3-709, B5-710.)
1. [Student paper] on "The Fur Industry," by Isaih Lew, 1937;
notes and papers on Indian use of animal skins, predators, Nuttall's travels
in the Arkansas Territory, 1819; letter concerning extermination of species
in Arkansas, 1940.
2. Notes, paper, leaflets, booklets, and clippings about wildlife and wildlife conservation. Included 1940 stamp album from the National Wildlife Federation.
3. Papers and reprints on reptiles and amphibians.
4. Papers, reprints, and clippings on invertebrates.
5. File of Dellinger's: "Predators." Clippings, leaflets, and notes on predators, primarily raptors. (Broadside removed to Broadside Collection, B3-707.)
6. Clipping, publications, and small broadside on predators, primarily carnivores.
7. File of Dellinger's: "Robins." Mimeographed "Teacher-Pupil Guide Sheet" on robins.
8. Clippings, reprints, newsletters, maps, and advertisements pertaining to birds.
9. Information and advertisements about attracting birds: plants, houses, feeders, traps for unwanted birds.
10. Mimeographed Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin, "The University and Conservation of Wisconsin Wildlife."
11. Leaflets and booklets on birds.
12. Papers and notes on birds and conservation.
13. Minutes of waterfowl meeting (1950), abstract from wildlife conference (1957), "Work Plan I" for trapping and banding project in Arkansas (n.d.), and summary of Fayetteville Christmas Bird Count (1966).
14. Packets containing the ninth and tenth series of "Useful Birds of America" cards published by Church & Dwight Co., Inc. (Arm & Hammer Baking Soda).
1. Clippings about purple martins.
2. Advertisements for martin houses, purple martin movie.
3. Reprints, notes, and paper about purple martins.
4. Material from the Griggsville ("Purple Martin Capital of the Nation") Wild Bird Society, including Dellinger's membership card and "It's Purple Martin Time" button.
5. Newsletters from the National Association for the Protection and Propagation of the Purple Martins and Bluebirds of America, Inc.
6. Newsletters, clippings, and advertisements pertaining to bluebirds and bluebird houses.
7. Clippings and papers pertaining to geology and paleontology.
8. File of Dellinger's: "The Sinclair Dinosaur Book." Also includes catalog of "The Dinosaur Halls" (American Museum of Natural History, 1939), notes, photograph (dinosaur tracks), and poem, "Stegosaurus: The Mighty Dinosaur."
9. File of Dellinger's: "Daily Report--Zoological Unit. Holder." Handwritten and typed reports on weather and activities by Trusten H. Holder, June 1939 - November 1939.
10. File of Dellinger's: "Edens Bluff." Report on excavation at Edens Bluff, Benton County, Arkansas; includes drawings.
11. Clippings pertaining to anthropology, archaeology, Indians, mound builders, and pot hunters.
12. Letters, newsletters, and notices pertaining to anthropology and archaeology societies: Arkansas, Northwest Arkansas, Missouri, Pennsylvania, The Teocentli, Texas, Wisconsin, Conference on Southern Pre-History, Society for American Archaeology. (January and April 1968 issues of Central States Archaeological Journal were removed.)
13. Reprint and publications on U. S. Indians.
14. Notes on folklore and program for Folklore Festival, Eureka Springs, 1934.
1. Five sections of Christian Science Monitor on "Blacks in America
Then and Now."
2. Notes, map, papers [in progress?] on native American medicine, bluff shelters of Arkansas, and false faces.
3. Paper [in progress] on music in the life of the American Indian.
4. Handwritten and typed bibliographies on biology, anthropology, and conservation.
5. Bibliography on cards on conservation, wildlife, embryology and cytology, natural history, eugenics, botany, zoology, genetics, etc.
6. Clippings, reprints, notes on medicine and human health.
7. File of Dellinger's: "Material from Henry Read." Reprint, correspondence, typescript, photographs (on the cockroach as a possible carrier of tuberculosis).
8. File of Dellinger's: "Nutrition." Notes, clippings, advertisement.
9. File of Dellinger's: "Nutrition." Anatomy illustration and [examination]; Red Cross first aid leaflet on "War Gases."
10. File of Dellinger's: "Socialized Medicine." Bibliographies, notes, material from Committee for the Nation's Health, material against socialized medicine or national health insurance.
11. Sample of clippings pertaining to political matters.
1. Political notes, writings, humor; typed carbon copy of statement
of Orval Faubus regarding Act 10; [mimeographed copy of affidavit form
for compliance with Act 10?].
2. Political leaflets and flyers; buttons for Humphrey, (scientists and engineers for) Johnson/Humphrey; Kefauver, Trimble for Congress, and John F. Kennedy.
Box 21 (cont.)
3. Samples of newsletters from J. William Fulbright and Paul H. Douglas; Congressional Record; printed copy of anti-billboard bill.
4. Mimeographed questionnaire from Chamber of Commerce for 1961 meeting of Arkansas Assembly.
5. Two publications from the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (one with article by J. William Fulbright); letter soliciting donations to center.
6. File of Dellinger's: "Birth Control." Booklets on Planned Parenthood, mentally defective people, and the rhythm method of birth control.
7. Cartoon, clipping, leaflet, reprint, and [paper in progress] on overpopulation and eugenics.
8. File of Dellinger's: "Evolution and Anti-Evolution." Booklets, reprint, and clipping.
9. Speech, [paper in progress], copy of law and petition to forbid the teaching of evolution in tax-supported schools, and clippings on the evolution controversy.
10. File of Dellinger's: "Pictures of Scientists."
11. File of Dellinger's: "Pinchot, Roosevelt, etc." Clipping.
12. Clipping (on Rachel Carson), reprint (Thomas Hunt Morgan), notes (J. Henri Fabre), [paper in progress] (Morgan), and dedication program (Moses Ashley Curtis).
13. File of Dellinger's: "Wild Grapes." List of [growers].
14. Notes on plants and gardening; some advertisements and price lists (most seed and plant catalogs were removed from the collection); material from gardening organizations (Gourd Society of America, Northern Nut Growers Association, American Rhododendron Society, American Horticultural Society).
15. Clippings on plants and gardening, The Progressive Farmer's Garden Book for the South, and The Organic Method of Mulching.
16. Leaflets on growing fruits and vegetables, trees, herbs, gourds, flowers; leaflets on pesiticides and composting.
17. Clippings, catalogs, magazine articles on holly.
1. Old notebook containing [microbiology] notes; protozoology
[examination] from Woods Hole, 1927 laid in; illustrations of [cells] that
had been laid in.
2. Notes and papers [in progress] on wildlife, primates, social insects, and early medicine.
3. Papers [in progress] on conservation.
4. Copy of paper by Shirley Basch (1948), notes, and paper [in progress], "Can Science Make Us a Better World?"
5. Papers (research files? review copies?): "Conservation and Scientific Forecast" by Robert Cushman Murphy, "Some Wildlife Research Problems of the Southest" by Clarence Cottam (two versions), "The Archaeology of Environment in Eastern North America" by Paul Bigelow Sears, "Aspects of the Toulouse Cultures" by Peter A. Brannon, "John Hunter" by R. E. Crigler, and "Tables of Probable Errors of Mendelian Ratios," "Compliments of J. [O.] Buchholz."
6. File of Dellinger's: "Talks (S. C. Dellinger)." Notes on eugenics on 3" x 5" cards.
7. [Notes for talks] on early days at the University of Arkansas, population, roads, holly, education, and anthropology on cards and slips of paper; "Talk on Conservation."
8. Dellinger's reprints: "Obstetric Effigies of the Mound Builders of Eastern Arkansas" (1936, with Elmer G. Wakefield), "A Report of Box 22 (cont.)
Identical Albino Twins of Negro Parents" (1936, with Wakefield), and "A Survey of the Historic Earthenware of the Lower Arkansas Valley" (1940, with S. D. Dickinson, inscribed "With kindest regards to my teacher and friend. S. C. Dellinger").
9. Reprints by University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, faculty and by George E. Fay, Southern State College, Magnolia, AR (all but one signed by Fay).
10. Other reprints: zoology, medicine, history of zoology at University of California, Berkeley, etc.
11. Article, "The Recovery of Sulfur from Natural Gas in the Ark-La-Tex Area," by J. S. Gilliam and two-part paper by Clyde T. Ellis on Soviet Agriculture and Electric Power.
12. Clippings and reports on Buffalo National River.
1. Nature Conservancy material: Dellinger's membership card,
literature, studies, minutes (1966), correspondence and financial papers
2. Notes on the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, history, graduate school, and agricultural research; program for 45th class reunion (1971).
3. File of Dellinger's: "AAUP." Notes, proposals, studies, reports (1942-1953).
4. Constitution of University of Arkansas Chapter of the American Association of University Professors (1955), notice, reports on faculty salaries at Rutgers University and retirement ages at various universities, clipping.
5. File of Dellinger's: "S. D. [sic.] Dellinger--Personal." Photograph of [Dellinger and students], clippings of Kenneth A. Dellinger (brother) obituary, certificate to Dellinger for services on Registration Day (6 October 1940), Dellinger's Phi Beta Kappa certificate (Duke University, 1933), Phi Sigma Society constitution and bylaws (1939/1941), Dellinger's certificate as Counselor in Indian Lore, Boy Scouts.
6. Pass case containing cards and membership cards; certificates, membership cards, newsletters, and other material from organizations in which Dellinger was involved: Rotary, Polk County Wildlife Association, St. Paul's Laymen's League, Phi Sigma Biological Honor Society, Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity, Alpha Epsilon Delta Premedical Fraternity, Arkansas Academy of Sciences.
7. File of Dellinger's: "Lake Fayetteville." Clipping, letter (1972), and proposals.
8. File of Dellinger's: "Nature Study Poems." Handwritten and typed verses; illustrations of birds' heads and feet.
9. Poetry (much of it humorous and/or to do with natural history) and humor (including sample of cartoons clipped by Dellinger and published tall tales by John Park Cravens).
10. Typed statement and clippings about Dellinger.
11. Information on genealogical studies.
12. Ration books and stamps for Dellinger family (WW II), WPA accident report book (1939) and bulletin (1937), Industrial Security Manual for Safeguarding Classified Security Information (1951).
13. Miscellaneous clippings and leaflets, including clippings about former students Coonfield and Greene.
14. Miscellaneous notes, cards, addresses; includes recipes.
15. Paper on Major Elias Rector, information from Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society (1928-1929), constitution and Box 23 (cont.)
bylaws of the Oklahoma Historical Society (1922), [model constitution for a county historical society].
16. Information, clippings, and newsletters from/about Duke University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Columbia University, and Brooklyn College.
1. Financial and legal papers: Dellinger's stocks, property,
and property taxes (1923-1946).
2. Financial papers: purchases, employment, and insurance (1927-1968).
3. Dellinger's notebooks and address book.
4. Notebook containing Dellinger's writings on politics and conservation; notebook containing notes on newspaper articles about relics found (1900s, 1910s) and Washington County records of bounties paid for predators killed (1837-1850).
5. Instructions "To Mr. T. C. Carlson in event of fatal accident to Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Dellinger" (1953).
Subseries 7. Correspondence.
Letters, telegrams, and memoranda are scattered throughout the collection in addition to this subseries. Correspondence kept by Dellinger with other papers has been left in original order (within the appropriate subseries). The following folders contain personal correspondence (much of it with former students) and items not easily classified (Dellinger had many overlapping interests and activities). Items originally clipped together have been left clipped together.
Box 24 (cont'd)
6. Undated greeting cards.
7. Correspondence, 1920s.
8. Correspondence on mouthless fish, 1930-1931.
9. Correspondence, 1930-1935.
10. Correspondence, 1936.
11. Correspondence, 1938-1939.
12. Correspondence, 1940-1944.
13. Correspondence, 1946-1947.
14. Correspondence, 1949.
1. Correspondence, 1950-1952.
2. Correspondence, 1953-1954.
3. Correspondence, 1955.
4. Correspondence, January - November 1956.
5. Correspondence, December 1956.
6. Correspondence, January - March 1957.
7. Correspondence, April - December 1957.
8. Correspondence, 1958.
9. Correspondence, January - October 1959.
10. Correspondence, November - December 1959.
11. Correspondence, 1960.
12. Correspondence, 1961.
13. Correspondence, 1962.
1. Correspondence, 1963 - January 1964.
2. Correspondence, February - May 1964.
3. Correspondence, June - July 1964.
4. Correspondence, August 1964.
5. Correspondence, September - December 1964.
6. Correspondence, January - April 1965.
7. Correspondence, May - December 1965.
8. Correspondence, January - May 1966.
9. Correspondence, June - July 1966.
10. Correspondence, August - December 1966.
11. Correspondence, January - June 1967.
12. Correspondence, July - December 1967.
13. Correspondence, 1968-1969.
14. Correspondence, 1970s, n.d.; fragments.
15. Two letters to Martha Dellinger (1951) and clippings.
Subseries 8. Pictures and photographs.
A few photographs are scattered throughout the collection, usually if they accompany correspondence. Most, however, have been placed in this subseries. Many photographs are unidentified. Many images are offensive; Dellinger probably used them as examples of abuses in past years. All measurements are in inches.
1. File of Dellinger's: "104b Drawings." "Phyletic
Tree" and anatomy drawings and diagrams for various invertebrates and vertebrates;
mostly original art (some mimeographed or printed).
2. File of Dellinger's: "Wild Life Photographs." Three 8 x 10 prints [by Cochran] of small mouth black bass, snipe, and gray or fox squirrel.
3. File of Dellinger's: "Fish Photographs." Fifteen 8 x 10 prints of young and adult fish, unidentified.
4. File of Dellinger's: "Photographs." Six 8 x 10 prints of fish, turtle, and lizard, with captions on paper; four unidentified 8 x 10 prints of hunter and deer and one of "Bill Wilbanks, England, Ark." with turtles; three prints of bear cubs confiscated and liberated (1927); 2 3/4 x 3 3/4 bordered print of fish with information on account form; 5 x 7 print of man, fish, and old automobile, with two letters concerning photograph; eight prints (5 x 7 and smaller) of hunters with wolves, racoons, deer, and turtle, some with information on verso; six prints (3 1/2 x 5 1/2 and smaller) of hunters with wildfowl, some with information on verso, one an advertisement; thirteen prints (6 x 4 and smaller) of fishers and/or dead fish, some with information on verso; ten prints (4 x 5 and smaller) of game farm, mallard nest, deer, beaver dam and house, pontoon bridge, White River, and Johnson Lake (all with information on verso). File originally also included seven negatives removed to Manuscript Collections Negative Box 2.
5. Three 8 x 10 prints originally with Game and Fish material: "First Game Warden's School June 1947," "Commission 1946 L. R. office," and "Commission 1947 on my front porch." Three additional 8 x 10 Box 27 (cont.)
prints [of Game and Fish Commission], two with list of names, one dated 1954.
6. File of Dellinger's, unlabeled: five 8 x 10 prints of cotton growing in Phillips County, all mounted on sheets with captions; also two printed halftones mounted on sheet.
7. File of Dellinger's, unlabeled: three 8 x 10 prints of [walnuts and walnut trees].
8. File of Dellinger's, unlabeled: one 6 x 9 print and sixteen 8 x 10 prints of wildlife and fish, many stamped "Educational Department, Ark. Game & Fish Commission" on verso.
9. Six 8 x 10 prints of old photographs (late 19th, early 20th century) and copies of hunters and game; ten prints (2 1/2 x 4 and smaller) of dogs, dead animals, happy hunters, and hunting camp (1940s), all with information on verso; nine prints and one halftone (3 x 5 and smaller) of beaver dam and hunting, a few with information on verso; five prints (2 1/2 x 4 and smaller) of [long-nosed gar], some with information on verso; one 7 x 9 1/2 print of [long-nosed gar] and three 8 x 10 prints of [loggerhead turtle], no information.
10. Nine 8 x 10 prints: two unidentified of [catfish farming], one U.S. Army photograph (otherwise unidentified), five photographs by Van Thomas of [Dellinger banding birds], and one photograph of [albino racoon] "caught 6 mi NW of Batesville in July 1952."
11. Four prints (8 x 10 and smaller) of habitat groups from American Museum of Natural History, Field Museum, and unidentified; five prints (5 x 7 and smaller) of hunters and fishers with game/catch, two with name on verso; five 2 1/2 x 4 prints of [collared lizard] on rock, "Hoyt Pyle Mt. Magazine 6/11/39" on verso of one; seven 8 x 10 prints of making buttons from mussel shells, all but one with short description on verso.
12. Two 4 1/2 x 6 1/2 prints and two prints on postcard stock of [rattlesnake]; six prints (4 x 5 and smaller) of birds, several with information on verso; five prints (5 x 7 and 8 x 10) of pelican and martin houses made of gourds; four color 5 x 7 prints of martin houses and martin houses made of gourds; color postcard of bluebird; four 5 x 6 1/2 prints of gourds and decorated gourds from New Zealand; five prints (5 x 7 and 6 1/2 x 10) of Dellinger with gourds and martin houses made of gourds, photos by David K. Patton.
13. Twelve 3 x 3 prints of displays and demonstrations [by Dellinger's pre-medical students]; two 2 1/4 x 4 1/4 prints of [Dellinger's students holding study skins] and [three female students]; 3 1/2 x 5 print of unidentified family (former student of Dellinger's?); three prints (2 1/2 x 4 1/4 and 4 x 5 of men [at dam or bridge site?], one identified as "Claud Coffelt, Decatur"; three prints (8 x 10 and 5 x 7) of Dellinger outdoors [with student], with unidentified party around table, and looking at pots with unidentified man.
14. Four 4 1/2 x 3 1/2 prints of Dellinger, close-up portrait, probably taken 17 March 1950; 3 1/2 x 2 papier mache mat for halftone and printed halftone of Dellinger; six color prints (3 x 3 and 4 1/2 x 3 1/4) of Dellinger family; six prints (5 1/4 x 3 and smaller) of [Dellinger family, early 1900s to 1930s]; three 3 x 5 color prints of [Dellinger's garden]; two 3 x 5 color prints (made from transparency also in collection) of Dellinger in flower field.
15. Two 8 x 10 prints of unidentified group of men and unidentified waterfall; four 5 x 7 prints of a still, tapping pine trees, and cattle along road; posed group portrait (5 x 7) of [students, ca. 1910, being silly]; four 5 x 7 portraits of unidentified [scientists]; three prints (7 1/2 x 5 1/2 and smaller) of cave, Box 27 (cont.)
unusual rock (information on verso), and dog jumping fence; three prints (3 x 5 and smaller) of human ailments (information on verso); four prints (3 x 5 and smaller of unidentified [Asian statues], road, deer, and pottery.
16. Four postcards (three printed color, one photographic): ancient
burial, rhododendrons, extinct volcano (Hot Springs), and Kennedy assassination scene (Dallas); one postcard folder: Buckhorn Museum, Texas.
Seven 35 mm color transparencies (in transparency collection): Dellinger in flower field, [Dellinger and Martha?], three scenic views with flowers (glass-mounted), rocks and ?, vegetation and game map of Arkansas (glass-mounted).
Negatives (unless so noted, no corresponding prints) in Negative Box 2: unidentified X-ray (bird?); laboratory; Dellinger portraits (see prints in Box 27, Folder 14); wildfowl; turtle; [mussel shells] (see prints in Box 27, Folder 11?); fisherman with catch (print in Box 27, Folder 11); series of 21 negatives from Harold Wales, Mammoth Spring, Arkansas, all with information, of hunting, fishing, fish hatchery, river life and industry, and opossum.
Series 3. Restricted materials
1. Materials removed from Box 3, Folder 4: faculty evaluation
forms and statement; applications for employment; copies of appointment
2. Restricted letters from Box 5, Folders 14 and following.
3. Class record books associated with Box 5, Folder 25: 1902-1914.4.Class record books associated with Box 5, Folder 25: 1913-1921.
5. Class records and record books associated with Box 5, Folder 25: 1921-1932.
6. Class record books associated with Box 5, Folder 25: 1934-1938.
1. Class record books associated with Box 5, Folder 25: 1939-1941.
2. Class record books associated with Box 5, Folder 25: 1942-1946.
3. Class record books associated with Box 5, Folder 25: 1946-1949.
4. Class record books associated with Box 5, Folder 25: 1949-1953.
1. Class record books associated with Box 5, Folder 25: 1953-1960,
2. Class records and record books associated with Box 5, Folder 25: n.d.
3. Student examinations (see Box 6, Folder 1). Box 30 (cont.)
4. Original cover sheets containing grades (see Box 6, Folder 12; Varnell paper from Box 17, Folder 2).
5. Restricted correspondence pertaining to basic science examinations, from Box 10, Folders 5 and following.
6. Student examinations from Box 10, Folder 10.
7. Lists of students taking basic science examination, keys to identification, and grades, from Box 10, Folder 13.
8. Lists of students taking basic science examination, keys to identification, and grades, from Box 10, Folder 13.
1. Materials pertaining to Act 382: correspondence, applications,
transcripts, February 1947 - May 1948.
2. Materials pertaining to Act 382: correspondence, applications, transcripts, June 1948 - December 1948.
3. Materials pertaining to Act 382: correspondence, applications, transcripts, January 1949 - 16 February 1949.
4. Materials pertaining to Act 382: correspondence, applications, transcripts, 17 February 1949 - 15 March 1949.
5. Materials pertaining to Act 382: correspondence, applications, transcripts, 16 March 1949 - April 1949.
6. Materials pertaining to Act 382: correspondence, applications, transcripts, May 1949 - December 1949.
7. Materials pertaining to Act 382: correspondence, applications, transcripts, January 1950 - April 1950.
8. Materials pertaining to Act 382: correspondence, applications, transcripts, May 1950 - June 1950.
9. Materials pertaining to Act 382: correspondence, applications, transcripts, September 1950 - November 1951.
10. Materials pertaining to Act 382: correspondence, applications, transcripts, 1952-1957, including list of applicants (n.d.).
11. Student records from Game Wardens' School, Box 11, Folder 1.