Included are items pertaining to local history, Faubus genealogy,
family correspondence, legal and financial papers, and medical
and other records of Orval Faubus. Grade books ("Arkansas School
Registers") from 1928-1935, when Faubus taught school in Madison
County, are in Box 60 and are restricted 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 Head of Special Collections. A scrapbook, mostly of clippings
(1947-1964), assembled by Jerry Faubus, nephew of Orval Faubus,
is in (oversize) Box 57.
The John Combs place.
Greenwood Schoolhouse, Combs.
Huntsville High School class of 1934.
Photocopies and notes, Huntsville State Vocational Training
Certificates and Diplomas.
Memberships, clubs, magazines, newspapers, etc.
Orval E. Faubus retirement.
Faubus Family reunions.
Nelson, Malinda Sparks Faubus (grandmother).
Faubus, Doyle (brother).
Buckingham, Cressye Faubus (sister).
Salcido, Bonnie and Ralph (sister and brother-in-law; 1 of
Salcido, Bonnie and Ralph (2 of 4).
Salcido, Bonnie and Ralph (3 of 4).
Salcido, Bonnie and Ralph (4 of 4).
Tucker, Constance (Connie) Faubus (sister).
Faubus, Alta M. (first wife).
Faubus, Farrell E. (son; 1 of 2).
Faubus, Farrell E. (2 of 2).
Faubus, Fara Elizabeth and Frances Ellen (granddaughters).
Buffy and Bear (dogs).
Tax receipts, 1937-1943.
Legal papers, 1904-1950.
Land property sale.
Garland Haskins house, Huntsville.
Tax receipts, 1915-1930--J. C. Haskins (father of Alta
Faubus house, Huntsville.
Huntsville house--Newspaper clippings and brochures.
Huntsville house--Loans and mortgage payments.
Huntsville house--Sale and auction, ca. 1971-1991.
Friends of the Governor's Mansion.
Huntsville house caretaker.
First Commercial Mortgage Company, Little Rock.
Union National Bank, Little Rock, 1980-1989.
Worthen National Bank, Conway, 1987-1991.
First National Bank, Huntsville, ca. 1939-1950, 1975, 1978-
Bank of Elkins, 1967-1970.
Ball and Mourton law offices, Fayetteville, 1979.
Vinson & Elkins law offices, Houston, Texas, 1979-1980.
Included are materials, mostly correspondence, pertaining to
Beth's family, her first marriage, work with the Arkansas
Democratic State Committee that brought her to Arkansas, her
children Kim and Ric (adopted by Orval Faubus) and their
activities, and her death.
Thompson, James E. (Beth's father).
Drake, Elizabeth MacElroy (Beth's mother).
Thompson, James E., and Marjorie (stepmother), 1958-1970.