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William Simeon Campbell Photograph Albums and Papers, 1896-1960

Manuscript Collection 1427


Photo of W.S. Campbell
William S. Campbell at his desk in the office of A. C. Hamilton and Company, circa 1905.


The William Simeon Campbell Papers were donated to the Special Collections Division by Campbell’s great-niece Joanne Brandon McLendon of Little Rock on March 20, 2001.

The papers consist primarily of materials created, collected, and arranged by Campbell during the course of his life in Fayetteville, Arkansas from 1900 to 1960.

William Simeon Campbell (W. S. Campbell) was born in 1873 in Sharp County, Arkansas, where he received most of his education. He attended Arkansas Industrial University in 1896-1897. In 1901 he married Blanche Dora Graham Campbell of Tuckerman, Arkansas. Their children were William Errington Campbell and Blanche Maud Campbell Hight. Campbell is best known as the author of 100 Years of Fayetteville, 1828-1928. He was employed in Fayetteville and Galveston, Texas, and was active in many areas of civic life in Fayetteville. Campbell died on April 26, 1960. He and Mrs. Campbell are buried in Fayetteville’s Evergreen Cemetery.


Eighteen photograph albums and photograph/scrapbook albums are included with a limited amount of loose photographs, correspondence, family history notes, memorial books for W. S. and Blanche Dora Campbell, and a few printed items. The photographs depict family life, school and community activities, buildings and landscapes, and automobile trips. There are many pictures of the University of Arkansas. Family members are the most frequent subjects. Several albums picture Galveston, Texas, and the Rio Grande Valley, Texas, where the Campbells frequently traveled. The photographs range from snapshots to 8" x 10" professionally made portraits. Most are black and white; the later photographs are in color. A Selective Index to Photographs in Albums is included with this Finding Aid.

Associated material housed in Special Collections consists of four items in the Washington County Historical Society Collection. Two folders contain correspondence to and from W. S. Campbell primarily related to the publication and sale of the book 100 Years of Fayetteville, 1828-1928. (See MC 1368, Box 13). Two other notebooks contain Campbell’s personal and professional correspondence, ca.1927-1951. (See MC 1368, Volumes 85 and 86).

Processed by Ellen Compton, Special Collections Division, University of Arkansas Libraries, Fayetteville, Arkansas, in October, 2001.

5 linear feet (9 boxes)

Series l.  Photograph Albums and Scrapbooks. Boxes 1-8.
Series 2. Typewritten, copied, handwritten and printed material. Box 9.
Selective Index to Photographs in Albums

Series 1.  Photograph Albums and Scrapbooks (Boxes 1-8)

The albums contain pictures and laid-in or tipped-in descriptive material pertaining to the lives of Campbell; his wife, Blanche Dora; his daughter, Blanche Maud and her husband Jack Hight; and the Campbells’ son, Errington Campbell, and his wife, Verna. The settings include: Fayetteville, Washington County, Benton County, Sharp County, and areas in Oklahoma, Texas, and Mexico, particularly the Rio Grande Valley.  There are images of: commercial, institutional, and residential buildings; family members and friends; outings and trips; agricultural production; and domestic life.

Box 1

 1. Album Number l: 18 photographs and many clippings and documents related to the career and interests of Campbell and his family. 1918-1944.

 2. Album Number 2:  796 photographs, primarily documenting the activities of Errington and Verna Campbell. Pages are loose and fragile. 1940s.

Box 2

 1. Album Number 3:  555 photographs, primarily snapshots of Errington Campbell in Fayetteville and at the University of Arkansas. The images document the ways a young man spent his time and include a wide variety of local scenes and individuals. Many photographs are labeled. 1916-1920.

 2. Album Number 4:  28 photographs in a well bound book. Photographs are clear with  individuals posed. Most are of Errington Campbell and Blanche Campbell. There is a photograph of W. S. Campbell’s father plowing with mules. A portrait of W. S. and his brothers, Stanley and Lee, was made at their father’s grave. A series of photographs is of Campbell’s sisters, Bertha and Nona, who worked in Washington, D. C. 1918-1925.

 3. Album Number 5:  79 photographs in a ring binder with letters and printed material. Many of the pictures are 8" x 10.” A few are aerial shots of Fayetteville, the University of Arkansas, and Drake Field Airport, c.1946. Others are copies of early twentieth century images. One features a high wire walker over the Fayetteville square in 1925. Campbell was  interested in highways and bridges. A number of such structures in Arkansas and Texas are pictured. 1900-1950.

 4. Album Number 6:  3 photographs titled, “Color is the Poetry of Earth and Sky.”  They are Fayetteville scenes. 1954.

Box 3

 1. Album 7:  232 photographs in a large album with a velvet cover. This is a volume of family histories, covering both the Campbells and the Grahams. Much documentation is interspersed and attached to the photographs. Two sections are illustrated narratives of Campbell’s career in the produce industry in Arkansas and Texas.

Box 4 (oversized)

 1. Album 8:  44 photographs titled “Photographs Campbell Collection.” They are primarily color snapshots and many are faded. One picture is an 8" x 10" black and white image of Springbrook Farm (in Fayetteville) 1942-1943.

 2. Album 9:  36 photographs titled “Hight-Campbell Anniversary, 1926-1942.” Many of the pictures have deteriorated. The primary subjects are Blanche and Jack Hight.1926-1946.

 3. Album 10:  169 photographs in a wood-covered book. There is a mixture of images and print material. Of note are: photographs of the Fayetteville Square on Armistice Day, the interior of Vol Walker Library at the University of Arkansas, bridges in Arkansas, floats in the Apple Blossom Festival parade, and Campbell’s Chamber of Commerce office. 1900-1950.

Box 5

 1. Album 11:  142 photographs titled, “Snaps and Scraps.” Contains pictures of a trip to South Texas and Mexico. 1947.

 2. Album 12:  74 photographs titled, “From Arkansas Mountains to Mexican Madras. The album continues the trip in Album 11.

Box 6

 1. Album 13:  307 photographs of Errington Campbell in Texas and more pictures of the family trip to Mexico. 1947.

 2. Album 14:  496 photographs that are 2" x 3" black and white scenes in the Rio Grande Valley, especially in the towns of McAllen and Harlingen, Texas. ca. 1947.

 3. Album 15:  23 photographs of Galveston, Texas. Several are of the Campbell family in Galveston. Buildings, boardwalks, and harbor scenes are included. 1908-1947.

 4. Album 16:  307 photographs, primarily of Errington and Verna Campbell. Included are snapshots of Fayetteville and the University of Arkansas in the late 1940s. There are also snapshots of the Campbells in Dayton, Ohio. A number of the photographs, particularly those of Fayetteville, are the same as or similar to the photographs in Album 2. Poor condition.

Box 7

 1. Album 17:  188 photographs titled, “Driving 125 Miles Uphill - Just to see the Folks, Vol. I.” The pictures in this album begin in Texas. Those in the last half are scenes of Fayetteville, the University of Arkansas, and other sites of interest in the region. Vacation brochures and descriptions written by Campbell are interspersed with the photographs. ca. 1947-1948.

 2. Album 18:  152 photographs titled, “Driving 1000 Miles Downhill Back to Sunshine Land, Vol. II.” This album has a few pictures of Fayetteville, and pictures of Campbell’s relatives, Joe and Hiram Brandon. The majority of the photographs are of a car trip through Oklahoma and Texas. ca. 1947-1948.

Box 8

Loose Photographs
 1. Benton County
  Image 1, Confederate Monument in Bentonville’s square, ca. 1920.
  Image 2, Bluffs on highway near Bella Vista, ca. 1920.
  Image 3, Spring town Train Station and steam locomotive, ca. 1905.
  Image 4, White River Bridge near Rogers, ca. 1920.
  Image 5, Men standing by train wreck near Rogers, 1907.
  Image 6, Walnut Street in Rogers looking east, ca. 1920.

 2. Campbell, W. S. as primary subject
  Images 7-11, With Jack Hight at Galveston Harbor, 1947.
  Images 12-17, Standing - near car, buildings, fruit trees, 1920-1955.
  Image 18, Wearing a beard grown for Yell Centennial, 1940.
  Image 19, Color snapshot, ca. 1960.
  Image 20, With his family in Mexico, ca. 1947.
  Image 21, With Blanche Hight in Fayetteville, ca. 1945.
  Image 22, Gesturing on a Fayetteville street, ca. 1945.
  Image 22a, Pointing to the Hights’ home, “The Hill,” 1955.

 3. Campbell, W. S. and Blanche Dora Graham Campbell as primary subjects
  Image 23, On Galveston, Texas boardwalk, ca. 1906.
  Image 24, At outdoor table, ca.1945.
  Image 25, In living room of home on Lafayette Street, ca. 1947.
  Image 26, Holding certificate from Washington County Historical Society, 1954.
  Image 27, Holding memory album on 50th Wedding Anniversary, 1951.
  Image 28, In yard of home on Lafayette Street, ca. 1935.
  Image 29, Eating watermelon on “The Hill,” ca. 1954.
  Image 30, Looking out from roof terrace on “The Hill,” ca. 1954.
  Image 31, Standing on a porch, ca. 1954.
  Image 32, Standing by tree (pictures of son and daughter, attached at corners), ca. 1947.
  Images 32a.32b, Standing together near tree, ca. 1947.

 4. Blanche Dora Graham Campbell as primary subject
  Image 33, Head and shoulders portrait as a girl, ca. 1898.
  Image 34, Full-length portrait as a young girl, ca. 1896.
  Image 35, With Jackie Van Sickle, 1944.
  Image 36-37, In her bedroom on Lafayette Street, ca. 1940.
  Image 38, With daughter-in-law and unidentified person, ca. 1947.
  Image 39, Wearing checked dress, ca. 1940.
  Image 40, Reading in living room, 1948.

 5. Hight, Blanche Maud Campbell as primary subject
  Image 41, Color portrait as a young woman, ca. 1915.
  Image 42, As a baby in a tub with another child, ca. 1908.
  Image 43, As a young girl boxing with her brother, ca. 1914.
  Image 44, As a young girl with her brother and a dog, ca. 1914.
  Image 45, On steps of Lafayette St. home with her mother, 1931.
  Image 46, At Fairview St. home with Jackie and “Duchess,” 1940.
  Image 47, With dog “Tootle,” ca. 1940.
  Images 48-52, Snapshots made later in her life. 1980s.
  Image 53a, Sitting with husband and family group, ca.1938.
  Image 53b, With unidentified couple, ca. 1947.
  Image 53c, With oxen in Mexico, ca. 1947.
  Image 53d, Standing in doorway of “The Hill,” country home of the Hights, 1954.

 6. Campbell, William Errington as primary subject
  Images 54-55, holding fish, ca. 1930.
  Image 56, Hunting under a bridge, ca. 1930.
  Images 57-61, In front of buildings and shrubs, ca. 1940.
  Image 62, With wife, ca. 1947.
  Image 63, In his Texas office, ca. 1954.
  Image 64, Dressed as an Indian, ca. 1950.
  Image 65, In a formal garden, ca. 1950.
  Image 66, In front of a brick wall with roses, ca. 1950.
  Images 67-68a, On a bridge over White River, ca. 1938.
  Images 68b-68c , At Fayetteville Country Club golf course with Hiram Brandon
      and Blanche Hight, ca. 1948.

 7. Blanche and Jack Hight as primary subjects
  Images 69-75, Interior of Hight home on Fairview, ca. 1950.
  Images 76-78, In front of their home, ca. 1950.
  Images 79-80, On a porch, ca. 1948.
  Image 81a, With friends at an icy bluff, ca. 1934.
  Images 81b-81d, At home (matted photo), ca. 1950.

 8. Fayetteville - Snow Scenes, 1946-1947
  Image 82, Street.
  Image 83, Trees.
  Image 84, From across Lafayette Street.
  Image 85, From a balcony.

 9. Fayetteville - Buildings - Washington County Courthouse from Mt. Sequoyah
  Image 86, With brick house in foreground, n.d..
  Image 87, Overlooking water treatment facility, ca. 1935.
  Image 88, In early morning fog with townscape, 1940.
  Image 89, From a building with a sculpture in foreground, ca. 1940.
  Image 90, “Panorama View,” ca. 1905.
  Image 91, Four figures in foreground, ca. 1905.
  Image 92, Outing party, ca. 1905.

 10. Fayetteville - Buildings
  Images 93-96, Square in snow, ca. 1948.
  Image 97, Reason Company and First National Bank, ca. 1953.
  Image 97b, Reason Company interior, ca. 1953.
  Images 98-99, McIlroy Bank, ca. 1950.
  Image 100, Lewis Brothers, ca. 1950.
  Image 101, Center Street looking east: Ridge House, Stone House, “apple house,” court house, 1911.
  Image 102, Campbell Home on Lafayette Street, ca. 1950.
  Image 103, City Pool and Bathhouse in Wilson Park, ca. 1950.
  Image 104, Lesh Home on Washington Avenue, ca. 1950.
  Image 105, Stirman-Duke-Futrall Home, ca. 1940.
  Image 106, Gregg-Lincoln Home, interior, ca. 1930.
  Image 107, Williams House on Williams Drive, ca. 1950.
  Image 108, Walker-Stone House from Mountain Street, ca. 1950.
  Images 109-111, Mt. Nord Residences, includes Fulbright and Paul Rhodes houses.
  Image 112, Brannon Home, back fence with spirea, ca. 1935.

  Fayetteville - Monuments
  Image 113, Confederate Memorial in Confederate Cemetery, 1950.
  Image 114, Confederate Memorial in Confederate Cemetery, 1950.

  Fayetteville - Schools
  Image 115, Jefferson School, ca. 1940.

  Fayetteville - Churches
  Image 116, First Baptist Church, 1909.

  Fayetteville - Description
  Image 117, “Clear Creek Valley,” 1917.
  Image 118, Fayetteville Country Club golf course, ca. 1950.

 11. University of Arkansas - Buildings
  Image 118, Girls’ 4-H Dormitory, ca. 1950.
  Image 119, Fine Arts Building, ca. 1952.
  Image 120, “New Boys Dormitory,” [Gregson Hall], ca. 1959.
  Image 121, Gray Hall, ca.1910.
  Image 122, Boys’ Dormitories, ca. 1910.
  Image 123, Greenhouse (Grabill photograph), ca. 1908.
  Image 124, Stadium parking lot (three shots mounted together), ca. 1950.

 12. Arkansas - Description
  Image 125, Highway 16 West near Fayetteville, Lake Dowell, ca. 1948.
  Image 126, Highway 71 - Mt. Gaylor in the Boston Mountains, ca. 1935.
  Image 127a, Highway 62 - Henderson Ferry on Lake Norfork, ca. 1938.
  Image 127b, Highway 62 - Marion County Courthouse in Yellville, ca. 1938.

 13.  Oklahoma - Buildings
  Image 128, Muskogee, “Welcome to Muskogee” Arch, ca. 1920.
  Images 129-130, Holdenville, ca. 1920.
  Image 131, McAlester, ca. 1920.

 14.  Texas - Buildings
  Images 132-133, McAllen, ca. 1948.
  Image 134, Pharr, ca. 1948.
  Images 135-138, Fort Worth, ca. 1948.
  Images 139, Galveston-Port Isabel Yacht Club, 1947.
  Image 140, Galveston-Causeway, ca. 1947.
  Image 141, Galveston-Bird’s Eye View, ca. 1908.
  Image 142, Texarkana-Huckins House Hotel, ca. 1908.

  15.  Texas–Description
             Cowboys, ca. 1953.

  16.   Mexico - Description
   Image 144, fountain, ca. 1947.
   Image 145, burro, ca. 1947.
   Image 146, arch, ca. 1947.
   Image 147, arch, ca. 1947.

  17.   Arkansas - Washington County
   Images 148-154, “The Hill,” country home of Blanche and Jack Hight, 1954.

Series 2.  Typewritten, Copied, Printed Material (Box 9)

Box 9

 1. Autobiographical notes and sketches.
 2. Genealogy notes.
 3. Correspondence. 1907-1955.
 4. Correspondence. 1956-1959.
 5. Correspondence, n.d.
 6. Memorial record for W. S. Campbell.
 7. Memorial record for Blanche Dora Graham Campbell.
 8. Obituaries for W. S. Campbell.
 9. Cards, certificates, programs.
 10. Composition book, W. S. Campbell, Arkansas Industrial University.
 11. Clippings.
 12. Bound copies of National Geographic articles. Titled “Ark/Mo/Okla.” ca. 1950.
 13. “Beautiful - Historic - San Antonio,” 1906. Souvenir booklet.

Selective Index to Photographs in Albums

This index includes members of the Campbell and related families, as well as friends and other persons, places, and events of importance to the history of Fayetteville and North Arkansas.  Places in other states are indexed if they pertain to the careers of W. S. Campbell or his son, Errington.  Most vacation pictures are not indexed.  An example of the location code is: B3,A7,p12 (1919).  This means: Box 3, Album 7, page 12 and date of photograph.

Campbell Family - Individuals

Bertha Campbell Barrett (b1893)
 B3,A7,p15 (ca. 1918)
 B2,A4,pp18-27 (ca.1919) Several photographs of Bertha’s life in Washington, D.C.
 B1,A1,p54 (ca. 1920)

Blanche Dora Graham Campbell - Mrs. W. S. Campbell (1880-1959)
 B3,A7,p24 (ca. 1898)
 B4,A10,p7 (ca. 1905)
 B3,A7,p50 (1906)
 B3,A7,p52 (1906)
 B2,A4,p5 (ca. 1916)
 B3,A7,p55 (ca. 1919)
 B3,A7,p25 (1947)
 B3,A7,p8 (ca. 1948)
 B4,A10,p8 (ca. 1948)

Blanche Maud Campbell Hight (1906-1999)
 B3,A7,p53 (1906)
 B3,A7,p22 (1910)
 B3,A7,p53 (1910)
 B3,A7,pp45-46 (ca. 1910) Six snapshots
 B3,A7,p48 (ca. 1918)
 B3,A7,p54 (1919)
 B2,A4,p12 (ca. 1920)
 B2,A4,p13 (ca.1920)
 B3,A7,p137 (ca. 1920)
 B3,A7,p63 (1928)

Errington Campbell (1902-1980)
 B3,A7,p42 (1902)
 B3,A7,p48 (ca. 1910)
 B1,A2,p78 (ca.1916)
 B2,A4,p1 (ca. 1918)
 B2,A4,p7 (ca. 1918)
 B2,A4,p1 (ca. 1919)
 B2,A4,p10 (ca. 1920)
 B2,A4,p11 (ca. 1920)
 B2,A3,pp45-47 (1919) Twenty-five snapshots of work in Oklahoma hay harvest

Lottie Campbell Abee
 B3,A7,p15 (ca. 1940)

Mollie Campbell
 B3,A7,p14 (ca. 1940)

Nona Campbell Brandon
 B3,A7,p15 (ca. 1940)

Roland Lee Campbell
 B3,A7,p11 (ca. 1910)

Stanley Campbell
 B3,A7,p138 (ca. 1917)

W[illiam] S[imeon] Campbell (1880-1960)
 B3,A7,p124 (ca. 1904) On dock in Galveston, Texas
 B3,A7,p114 (ca. 1904) In Galveston, Texas
 B3,A7,p17 (ca. 1910)
 B3,A7,p65 (ca. 1910)
 B1,A2,p45 (ca. 1947)
 B2,A5,p135 (ca. 1947)
 B7,A18,p2 (ca. 1947)
  B3,A7,pp109-122 (ca. 1902-1908) Memoir of work in Galveston, Texas buying and shipping cabbages for A.C. Hamilton, Co.
  B3,A7,pp87-94 (ca. 1902-1920) Memoir of work in Northwest Arkansas buying and shipping apples for A.C. Hamilton, Co.

W[illiam] T[homas] Campbell (d.1914)
 B3,A7,p10 (1877) Tintype
 B3,A7,p10 (ca. 1892)
 B2,A4,p16 (ca. 1905) Plowing with mules in Sharp County, Arkansas
 B2,A3,p29 (ca. 1910)

Campbell Family - Groups

W. S. and Blanche Maud
 B3,A7,p55 (ca. 1912)
 B3,A7,p22b (ca. 1918)

W. S. and Blanche Dora
 B4,A10,p8 (ca. 1940)

W. S., Blanche Dora, Annie Thomason, Errington
 B3,A7,p42 (1902)

W. S., Blanche Dora, Blanche Maud, Errington
 B3,A7,p143 (1915)

W. S., Blanche Dora, Verna, Errington
 B6,A16,p75 (ca. 1947)

W. S., Blanche Dora, Blanche Maud, Errington
 B3,A7,p80 (ca. 1910)

W. S., Blanche Dora, Errington
 B3,A7,p9 (1901)
 B3,A7,p31 (1901)
 Narrative history of life in Center, Arkansas, and photographs of house built by W. S.

W. S., Blanche Dora, Blanche Maud, Errington
 B3,A7,p28 (ca. 1908)

W. S., Lee, Stanley
 B2,A4,p17 (1914)

W. S. and Lottie
 B2,A5,p1 (ca. 1930)

W. S., Blanche Dora, Blanche Maud
 B2,A6,p2 (ca. 1954)

W. S. and his siblings and parents
 B3,A7,p14 (ca. 1897) Family portrait with genealogical information written on page

W. S., Blanche Dora, Errington, Blanche Maud
 B3,A7,p20 (1912) Portrait

W. S., Blanche Dora
 B3,A7,p20 (1940)

W. S., Nona, Bertha, Lottie, Verna, Dorine, Joe
 B3,A7,p139 (1945)

Blanche Dora, Errington, Blanche Maud, Nona, Bertha, Stanley
 B3,A7,p37 (1912)

Nona, Bertha, Maud, Effie, Cliffie
 B3,A7,p79 (ca. 1908)

Blanche Dora and a sister-in-law
 B7,A17,p58 (ca. 1947)

Blanche Dora, Blanche Maud, Errington
 B1,A2,p75 (ca. 1905)

Bertha and Nona
 B3,A7,p23 (1914)
 B2,A4,p24 (ca. 1919)

Blanche Dora, Errington, Mrs. J. E. Graham
 B3,A7,p51 (1905)

Blanche Maud, Errington, with unidentified baby
 B3,A7,p56 (1908)

Blanche Maud and Errington
 B2,A4,p8 (ca. 1920)

Blanche Dora, Blanche Maud, Errington, Miss Barbee Craig
 B3,A7,p78 (ca. 1910)

Blanche Dora, Errington, Blanche Maud
 B3,A7,p11 (1911)

Joe and Hiram Brandon and other Campbell cousins
 B7,A18,p5 (ca. 1948)

Campbell family looking off East Mountain
 B2,A4,p14 (ca. 1916)

Fayetteville - Buildings

Bates, Joseph Russell, home on corner of Sunset and Cleveland
 B4,A10,p43 (ca. 1947)

Block Street
 B2,A5,p144 (1937)

Budd House on Rock Street
 B1,A2,p57 (ca. 1947)

Campbell Home at 216 S. Church, “First home Campbells owned”
 B3,A7,p67-70 (ca. 1910)
 B3,A7,p73 (ca. 1910)
 B3,A7,p78 (ca. 1910)

Campbell Home at 306 W. Lafayette Street
 B2,A3,pp7-8 (ca. 1925) Interiors
 B2,A5,p121 (ca. 1945)
 B7,A17,p58 (1947) Winter

Campbell Home at 7 Watson Avenue
 B2,A4,p4 (ca. 1916)
 B3,A7,p47 (ca. 1918) Includes pictures of outbuilding, “The Barn,” and a written narrative
 B1,A2,p64a (ca. 1919) Interiors

Campbell-Bell Building
 B2,A5,p150 (ca. 1900)

Chamber of Commerce office
 B4,A10,p1 (ca. 1943) Interior

Dickson Street
 B1,A2,p35 (ca. 1935)

Fayetteville High School
 B2,A3,p41 (ca. 1919)

Gregg House on Gregg Street
 B1,A2,p48 (ca. 1940)

“Highthaven,” home of Blanche and Jack Hight on Fairview Street
 B7,A17,p40 (ca. 1947)

“Old Hight Home”
 B4,A9,p2 (ca. 1900)

Hight oil distributor business, corner of College and Mountain
 B7,A17,p30 (ca. 1947)

Hospital Heights
 B1,A2,p55 (ca. 1947)

Jefferson School
 B4,A10,p26 (ca. 1945)

Jerpe Dairy Products
 B1,A2,p55 (ca. 1945)
 B2,A5,p125 (ca. 1945)

McIlroy Home on Fairview Street
 B1,A2,p72 (ca. 1947)

Mount Nord Residences
 B2,A5,p109 (ca. 1920)

National Cemetery
 B4,A10,p32 (ca. 1945)

Ozark Theater and Washington County Courthouse
 B2,A3,p57 (ca. 1920)

Sigma Chi/Alpha Delta Pi House on Maple Street
 B7,A17,p72 (ca. 1947)

South Fayetteville Residences
 B4,A10,p12a-13 (ca. 1940)

Springbrook Farm on Appleby Road
 B2,A5,p110 (ca. 1947)

Springbrook “Manor” on Appleby Road
 B4,A8,p4 (ca. 1947)

 B4,A10,p42 (1872) View of entire Square
 B4,A10,p28 (ca. 1897) South side
 B2,A5,p143 (1900)
 B2,A3,p14 (ca. 1918)
 B2,A5,p141 (ca. 1945)

Sun Company Gasoline Station
 B2,A3,p4 (ca. 1920)

Uark Theater
 B1,A2,p52 (ca. 1947)

Veterans Hospital
 B6,A16,p77 (ca. 1947)

Walker/Stone House on Block Street
 B4,A10,p42 (ca. 1947)

Washington County Courthouse
 B6,A16,p81 (ca. 1947) Includes W. S. and Verna Campbell

Washington Lodge No. 1 on corner of South Block and East Rock Streets
 B4,A10,p25 (ca. 1947)

Washington School
 B4,A10,p27 (ca. 1890)

Williams, Roy.  Home on Williams Drive
 B4,A10,p43 (ca. 1947)
 B7,A17,p72 (ca. 1947)

Fayetteville - Description

Campbell home on Lafayette Street - winter views from the house
 B7,A17,p28 (1947)
 B2,A5,p134 (1947)

City Park (Wilson Park)
 B3,A7,p58 (ca. 1910).  Lake where swimming pool was built in 1925.  Walking by lake are: Lena Sanders, Mrs. W. S. Campbell, Maude Lesche, Anna Hurst, Harold Sanders, Errington and Blanche Maud Campbell.
 B1,A2,p55 (ca. 1947) Swimming Pool

Dinsmore Place
 B4,A10,p37 (ca. 1947) Small lake with water lilies

Drake Field Airport
 B2,A5,p146 (ca. 1946) Aerial view

Fayetteville townscape
 B4,A10,p29 (ca. 1872) Hansard photograph copied by W. S. Campbell
 B1,A2,p46 (ca. 1930) “Foggy morning from Mt. Sequoyah” - Green photograph copied.

Lafayette Street
  B1,A2,p47 (ca. 1930) Man with horse and wagon on corner of Lafayette Street and Arkansas Avenue.

Mount Nord
 B2,A5,p135 (1915) View from Arkansas Building.  Family members and information listed on picture.
 B2,A5,p135 (1915) Streetscape
 B3,A7,p59 (1910)

Mount Sequoyah
 B2,A5,p139 (ca. 1935) View from roof of Washington County Courthouse

Fayetteville - Events

Airplane cockpit - Col. Bill Yancy in captain’s seat
 B2,A5,p28 (1940)

Airplane in field
 B2,A3,p4 (1919)

Apple Blossom Festival Parade, Fayetteville’s Float
  B4,A10,pp3-4 (1923)

Dickson Street
 B4,A10,p12 (1914)

Fayetteville’s Parade Float in Semi-Centennial of University of Arkansas
 B3,A7,pp75-76 (1921)
 B4,A10,p21 (1921) Helen Hansard, Edith Tunstill, Blanche Campbell
 B4,A10,p21 (1921) Float with “Flappers”

 Armistice Day Parade
  B4,A10,p12 (1918)

 Parade, World War II
  B4,A10,p11 (ca. 1945)
  B4,A10,p12 (1914)

 Tightrope walker above buildings
  B2,A5,p25 (1925)

Fayetteville - Monuments

Butterfield Stage Route
 B4,A10,p50 (ca. 1925) Marker at Washington County Courthouse

Confederate Cemetery
 B3,A7,p74,77 (ca. 1916) Two photographs
 B2,A6,p4 (1938) Decoration Day
 B4,A8,p10 (1942) Five photographs
 B2,A5,p115 (ca. 1945)

Fayetteville - People

Alcorn, Mary
 B2,A3,p18 (ca. 1917)

Allen, Dan
 B2,A3,p21 (ca. 1918) “At pie-eating contest - during halftime at football game”

Alexander, Imogene
 B2,A3,p23 (ca. 1919)
 B2,A3,p38 (ca. 1919)

Amaker, Boy
 B2,A3,p36 (1918)

Askew, Margaret
 B2,A3,p38 (ca. 1919)

Bayles, Roy (Curly)
 B2,A3,p30 (ca. 1919)
 B2,A3,p35 (1919) “At Fayetteville Pageant”

Brough, Charles Hillman
 B1,A2,p78 (ca. 1912) with “Deacons and Pastor of First Baptist Church”

Dailey, Mildred
 B2,A3,p28 (1918)

Daniels, Walter
 B2,A3,p27 (1919) “In front of Carnall Hall”

Dever, Olin
 B2,A3,p16 (1918)

George, Mary Burton
 B2,A3,p42 (ca. 1917)

Hansard, Lela
 B2,A3,p16 (1917)
 B2,A3,p42 (ca. 1918)

Hansard, “Pud”
 B2,A3,p27 (1919)

Harris, Margaret
 B2,A3,p28 (1919)

McAllister, Ila
 B2,A3,p5 (1919)

McGuire, Milton
 B2,A3,p4 (ca. 1918) “In dorm room, U of A”

McRaven, Mullens
 B2,A3,p37 (1918)

McRoy, Dorothy
 B2,A3,p40 (1916)
 B2,A3,p16,17 (ca. 1918)

Moon, Dorothy
 B2,A3,p37 (ca. 1918)

Nancy, Isabel
 B2,A3,p15 (ca. 1919)

 B2,A3,p32 (ca. 1919)

Nettleship, Wilma
 B3,A7,p55 (1907) “With Roy Hurst and Errington and Blanche”

Petross, Lorraine
 B2,A3,p42 (ca. 1918)

Phillips, Charles “Puggy”
 B2,A3,p27 (1919)

Rhea, Nelle
 B2,A3,p10 (ca. 1917)

Robinson, Opal and Dawn
 B2,A3,p15 (ca. 1919)

Smith, L.P. “Bags”
 B2,A3,p20 (ca. 1919) “In football uniform”

Stokenbury Twins, Edith and Ethel
 B2,A3,p3 (1920)

Stone, Edward Durell
 B2,A3,p12 (ca. 1919)
 B2,A3,p21 (ca. 1919)
 B2,A3,p4 (ca. 1920)

Thomas, Bill
 B2,A3, p4 (ca. 1918)

Tuck, Delpha
 B2,A3,p25 (1918)

Tucker, Irma
 B2,A3,p37 (1919)

Wilkerson, Virginia
 B2,A3,p16 (1918)

Fort Smith

Ward Hotel
 B7,A17,p66 (ca. 1947)

Ward Mansion
 B7,A17,p65 (ca. 1947)

Galveston, Texas - Campbell Family in Photographs

“A Brief Account of My Experiences and Labors in Galveston.” Memoir by W. S. Campbell.
 B3,A7,pp109-122 (1902-1908)
 B7,A7,p124 (1905) W. S. Campbell on dock.

Children on beach
 B3,A7,p64 (ca. 1908)

Corner of Broadway and Tremont
 B6,A7,p49 (ca. 1908)
 B6,A15,p11 (ca. 1908)
 B6,A15,p13 (ca. 1908)
 B3,A7,p50 (1947)

 B6,A15,p13 (ca. 1908)

Post Office
 B6,A15,p9 (ca. 1907)

Residence, 1924 Church Street
 B3,A7,p64 (ca. 1908)

Sea Wall
 B3,A7,p61 (ca. 1908)
 B6,A15,p9 (ca. 1908)

Galveston, Texas - Description

Docks and piers
 B6,A13,p46 (1947)

Oil rigs
 B6,A13,p48 (1947)

Lift - bridge
 B6,A13,p49 (1947)

 B6,A13,p49 (1947)

 B3,A7,p130 (1905)

Beach Boulevard
 B3,A7,p117 (1905)

Cabbage boats
 B3,A7,p112 (1905)
 B3,A7,p116 (1905)

Cabbage fields
 B3,A7,p116 (ca. 1905)

Cabbage shipment
 B3,A7,p124 (1905)

 B3,A7,p125 (ca. 1905)

Harbor and wharf
 B3,A7,p118 (1905)
 B3,A7,p120 (1905)
 B3,A7,p123 (1905)
 B3,A7,p125 (1905)

 B3,A7,p121 (1905)

Murdock’s Bathhouse
 B3,A7,p130 (ca. 1905)

Post office
 B3,A7,p115 (1905)

Troops embarking
 B3,A7,p118 (ca. 1905)

Union Station
 B3,A7,p105 (1905)

Graham Family

Family Portrait
 B3,A7,p27 (ca. 1895) Genealogical information on page 26

Graham, J. E.
 B3,A7,p13 (1926)

Graham, Louisa C.
 B3,A7,p12 (1890)
 B3,A7,p12 (1935) Included is a clipping about her death

Lawrence, Fred
 B3,A7,p12 (1935) Account of his death near Forrest City

Hamilton Family

  A.C., Mary, Scott, W. J., Eileen, Mary Downs Lander, Mary Hamilton Lander, Andrew
  B3,A7,p86 (ca. 1906)
  Portrait of A.C.
  B3,A7,p111 (1910)

Hight Family

 Blanche Campbell Hight and Jack Hight
  B3,A7,p84 (1923) at time of their marriage.

 Blanche and Jack in Galveston.
  B3,A7,p49 (1947)

Hobbs, Roscoe

 Two letters to W. S. Campbell.
  B3,A7,p94 (1914 and 1956)

Highway 71

 Bridge over Fourche LaFave near Waldron.
  B7,A17,p63 (ca. 1940)

 Railroad bridge over Arkansas River at Van Buren
  B2,A5,p37 (ca. 1940)

 Bridge over Arkansas River at Van Buren
  B2,A5,p36 (ca. 1940)

 Bridge over Little River near Texarkana
  B2,A5,p21 (ca. 1940)

 Near Mena
  B7,A17,p63 (ca. 1940) Four photographs

 South of Fayetteville
  B2,A3,p56 (ca. 1925) Unpaved

Highway 62

  Bridge over Crooked Creek near Harrison.
  B4,A10,p45 (ca. 1940)

 Bridge over Crooked Creek near Pyeatt.
  B4,A10,p44 (ca. 1940)

 “Triple Crossing.” Bridges between Harrison and Yellville.
  B4,A10,p41 (ca. 1940)

 Bridge over White River at Cotter.
  B4,A10,p45 (ca. 1940)

 Bridge over White River near Eureka Springs.
  B4,A10,p37 (ca. 1940)

 Bridge over Mill Creek in Randolph County.
  B2,A5,p126 (ca. 1940)

 Bridge over Town Branch at Yellville
  B4,A10,p44 (ca. 1940)

Highway 21

 Three Sister Peaks in background.  Austin Parrish standing by car
  B2,A5,p24 (ca. 1940)

Kerr, Tom and Ensign, Edith

 Violinists on theater circuit
  B3,A7,p145 (ca. 1910)

Lake Fort Smith

 Swimming pool
  B2,A5,p131 (ca. 1942)

Little Rock, Arkansas

 Marion Hotel
  B3,A7,p91 (ca. 1911)

Madison County - Description

  B4,A10,p14 (ca. 1920)
  B4,A10,p15 (ca. 1937)

  B2,A3,p13 (ca. 1919)

  B2,A3,p2 (ca. 1919)

 Public School Day in Huntsville
  B4,A10,p14 (1938)

 St. Paul
  B2,A13,p2 (ca. 1919)

  B4,A8,p12 (ca. 1943)


 Elk River Bridge near Noel
  B2,A5,p19 (ca. 1920)

Mount Gaylor

 Home of W. W. Vaught
  B2,A5,pp6-7 (ca. 1920) Interiors

Oklahoma - Description

 Highway 62 near Eldon
  B7,A18,p4 (ca. 1920)

 Oil fields
  B2,A3,pp43-50 (ca. 1920)

 Sulphur - Artesian Hotel
  B3,A7,p92 (ca. 1910)

  B3,A7,p92 (ca. 1920)

 Wheat harvest
  B2,A3,pp43-50 (ca. 1919)

Ozark National Forest

 Cass - Ranger Station and Road
  B4,A10,p38 (ca. 1940)

 Russellville - Tree Nursery
  B4,A10,p39 (ca. 1940)

Paris, Arkansas

 Coal Mines
  B2,A5,p14 (ca. 1936)

Pine Bluff, Arkansas

 Hotel Jefferson
  B3,A7,p91 (1911)

Rogers, Arkansas

 Carnation Milk Plant
  B4,A10,p47 (ca. 1942)

 Harris Hotel
  B1,A2,p45 (ca. 1920)
  B2,A5,p17 (ca. 1920)

Sharp County, Arkansas

 Log house on Reed’s Creek
  B4,A9,p3 (ca. 1910)

Siloam Springs, Arkansas

 Pet Milk Plant
  B4,A10,p47 (ca. 1942)


 Peabody Hotel in Memphis
  B3,A7,pp91-92 (ca. 1910)

Texas - Description

 Brownsville - Charro Days
  B6,A14,pp6-7 (ca. 1952)

  Buildings and scenes
   B6,A14,pp10-11 (ca. 1952)

  Oil distribution building
   B2,A5,p41 (ca. 1945)

 Highways - near McAllen, Harlingen, Bishop
  B2,A5,pp61-68 (ca. 1947)
  B2,A5,pp94-99 (ca. 1947)

 Kingsville - Celanese Plant
  B2,A5,p55 (ca. 1947)

 Port Arthur - Refinery and lift bridge
  B6,A13,p49 (ca. 1947)

 Rio Grande Valley
  Pumping Station
   B2,A5,p43 (ca. 1947)

  Row crops
   B2,A5,p53 (ca. 1947)

University of Arkansas - Buildings

Buck [Buchanan] Hall
 B2,A3,p67 (ca. 1915)

Carnall Hall
 B2,A3,p67 (ca. 1915) Bird’s eye view

 B1,A2,p51 (ca. 1947)

Engineer’s Day at Engineering Hall
 B3,A7,p85 (ca. 1919)

Experiment Station
 B2,A3,p32 (ca. 1915)

Gray Hall
 B2,A3,p67 (ca. 1915)

Greek Theater
 B1,A2,p45 (ca. 1947)
 B1,A2,p51 (ca. 1947) Two photographs

Gregson Hall
 B1,A2,p45 (ca. 1947)

Hill Hall
 B2,A3,p67 (ca. 1915)

Home Economics
 B1,A2,p51 (ca. 1947)

Hospital [Infirmary]
 B2,A3,p66 (ca. 1915)

Memorial Hall (former Student Union)
 B6,A16,p81 (ca. 1947)
 B1,A2,p51 (ca. 1947)
 B1,A2,p45 (ca. 1947) Two snapshots, interiors

Men’s Gymnasium
 B1,A2,p51 (ca. 1947)

“Old Main”
 B2,A3,p66 (ca. 1915) East entrance
 B2,A3,p66 (ca. 1915) In snow
 B1,A2,p45 (ca. 1947)
 B1,A2,p51 (ca. 1947)

Peabody Hall
 B2,A3,p66 (ca. 1915) In snow

Razorback Stadium
 B1,A2,pp50-51 (ca. 1947) Multiple snapshots
 B6,A16,p77 (ca. 1947) Two photographs
 B7,A17,pp35-36 (ca. 1947)  Five photographs attached to one another, showing cars in parking area

Vol Walker Library
 B1,A2,p45 (ca. 1947)
 B4,A10,p18 (ca. 1947) Interior of lobby
 B4,A10,p20 (ca. 1947) Interior of stacks
 B7,A17,p38 (ca. 1947)

Y.M.C.A. Meeting “Hut”
 B2,A3,p66 (ca. 1915)

University of Arkansas - Events

Football Game, Arkansas vs. Kendall
 B2,A3,p21 (1919)
 B2,A3,p30 (1919)
 B2,A3,p32 (1919)

University of Arkansas - Description

View of east side of campus
 B2,A5,p148 (ca. 1945)

From southeast corner of a classroom building
 B1,A2,p45 (ca. 1947)

Washington County - Description

Bridges (unidentified - probably on White River)
 B1,A2,-59 (ca. 1947)

Goshen - cemetery and church near Round Mountain
 B4,A10,p51 (ca. 1940)

Highway 71
 B1,A2,p58 (ca. 1947)
Highway 16 - frozen waterfalls
 B4,A9,p2 (ca. 1940)

Johnson - limestone quarry
 B2,A5,p15 (ca. 1920)

Lake Wedington - “First photo ever made of Lake Wedington.”
 B4,A10,p40 (ca. 1938)

 B4,A10,p49 (ca. 1930)

White River Valley
 B2,A4,p15 (ca. 1910)

White Rock Mountain
 B4,A10,p36 (ca. 1942)
 B1,A2,p58 (ca. 1947)

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