Mary Virginia Vincenheller Byroade Papers

MC 634

Special Collections
University of Arkansas Libraries

365 N. McIlroy Avenue
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701-4002
Phone: 479-575-8444
Email: specoll@uark.edu

Machine-readable finding aid encoded in EAD by Elaine Roser, 2018.

Finding aid is written in English.

Table of Contents

Descriptive Summary

Creator
Byroade, Mary Virginia Vincenheller
Title
Mary Virginia Vincenheller Byroade Papers
Inclusive Dates
1830-1949
Identification
MC 634
Extent
7.27 linear feet (14 Boxes)
Language
Materials are in English.
Repository
Special Collections Department, University of Arkansas Libraries

Access Information

Please call (479) 575-8444 or email specoll@uark.edu at least two weeks in advance of your arrival to ensure availability of the materials.

Use Information

No Use Restrictions Apply.

No Interlibrary Loan.

Standard Federal Copyright Laws Apply (U.S. Title 17)

Acquisition Information

Mary Virginia Vincenheller Byroade donated papers from the Austin, Vincenheller, and Byroade families to Special Collections in 1986.

A high school scrapbook belonging to Mary Virginia Vincenheller Byroade (Box 14, Item 1) was donated to Special Collections by Miriam Byroade on June 5, 2008.

Processing Information

Processed by Rachel Skoney, June, 1989. Special Collections Division, University of Arkansas Libraries, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Updated by Katrina Windon in July 2018 to include an additional scrapbook (Box 14, Item 1).

Preferred Form of Citation

Mary Virginia Vincenheller Byroade Papers (MC 634), Special Collections, University of Arkansas Libraries, Fayetteville.

See Special Collections Citation Guide for more detailed information on how to cite specific documents from the collection.

Biographical Note

Mary Virginia Vincenheller Byroade's maternal great-great- grandparents, George and Harriet Hamilton Austin, came to Van Buren from County Tyrone, Ireland. Their son John remained in Ireland until going to sea. He later settled in Van Buren and by 1842 had opened the John Austin General Store. He continued in the general merchandise business in partnership with his brothers George and Andrew for many years. John Austin also served as mayor of Van Buren in 1854, represented the fifteenth Arkansas General Assembly, and was a delegate to the constitutional convention of 1863.

James Livingston Austin, one of John Austin's sons, attended the Greylock Institute in Massachusetts and the Arkansas Industrial University at Fayetteville before engaging in the general merchandise business in Van Buren. He married Mamie Nicodemus in 1881 and had two children, Miriam and Hamilton.

Miriam Austin married G.A. Vincenheller of Fayetteville in 1902. A graduate of the University of Arkansas (1898-1902), he assisted Charles Hillman Brough in two campaigns for governor and in 1917 was appointed to the Board of Control of the State Charities Institution. He operated the Cane Hill Orchards in Lincoln and had received a commission as captain in the quartermaster corps of the army shortly before his influenza-related death in 1918 while inspecting some Texas oil lands inherited from W.G. Vincenheller, his father.

Their daughter, Mary Virginia Vincenheller, married George Lawrence Byroade, Jr., in 1929. His father, Col. George Lawrence Byroade, Sr., commanded the United States Forces in the Caribbean during the 1930s. His sister Margaret married Brig. Gen. Carl H. Seals. During the Seals's attempted escape from the Philippine Islands, where they had been stationed with General Douglas MacArthur's officers, they were captured by the Japanese and interned from May 1942 until September 1945.

Scope and Content Note

The Byroade collection is arranged in four series and consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, slave bills of sale, Civil War papers, wedding and funeral memorabilia, school records, photographs, and business, financial, legal, and political papers.

Related Materials

Records relating to the Mary Virginia Vincenheller Byroade Papers include:

Futrall Family Papers, MC 543

Arrangement of the Papers

  1. Series 1. Austin Family Papers, 1830- 1927. Boxes 1-3.
    1. Subseries 1. John Austin Papers, 1830-1911.
    2. Subseries 2. James L. Austin Papers, 1867-1927.
  2. Series 2. Austin-Vincenheller Family Papers, 1899-1930. Boxes 4-10.
    1. Subseries 1. Miriam Austin-G.A. Vincenheller Papers, 1899- 1930.
    2. Subseries 2. Mrs. W.G. Vincenheller Papers, 1911-1925.
  3. Series 3. Vincenheller-Byroade Papers, 1919-1949. Boxes 11-13.
    1. Subseries 1. Mary Virginia Vincenheller Byroade Papers, 1919- 1930.
    2. Subseries 2. Byroade Family Papers, 1931-1949.
  4. Series 4. Photographs, ca. 1865-ca. 1940s. Box 13.

Detailed Description of the Collection

The following contains a detailed list of the materials in the collection:

series 1: Austin Family Papers,

1830- 1927

Correspondence and business, legal, political, Civil War, and family papers of the Austins of Van Buren. Correspondence is primarily between family members but also concerns property, business, and legal matters. Notable in correspondence from James L. Austin is a reference to Japanese students at the Greylock Institute in Massachusetts in 1872, and descriptions of early college life at the Arkansas Industrial University during the construction of Old Main. His correspondent, Jesse Turner, Jr., was the son of Judge Jesse Turner of Van Buren and mayor of the city from 1880 to 1886. Family correspondence refers to travel between Cincinatti and Van Buren in the early 1850s. Business and legal papers contain deeds, receipts of the Austin general stores, cotton and corn sale receipts, personal property tax papers, and insurance policies. Political papers consist of John Austin's notice of selection as a delegate to the Arkansas State Convention in 1863, his rule book for the Arkansas House of Representatives (1864), and notes on resolutions and speeches. Civil War papers contain oaths of allegiance to the United States, authorizations for transport and storekeeping, and papers concerning reparations, including letters from Congressmen and a letter to a former slave. Included in family records are a ship captain's recommendation of John Austin, hospital ship discharge papers, Andrew Austin's will, Miriam Austin's school records, and correspondence and other papers regarding the family ancestry.

subseries 1: John Austin Papers,

1830-1911

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 1

John Austin Papers, Sept. 8, 1830-Feb. 10, 1835

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 2

George Austin's Masonic Lodge of Dublin Initiation

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 3-62

Property Records, Dec. 16, 1840-June 27, 1883

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 63

Business Papers, Oct. 27, 1843-1868

series I: 1 Box 2 Folder 43115

Slave Bills of Sale, March 22, 1845-Sept. 16, 1862

series I: 1 Box 2 Folder 16

Correspondence - Martin and Austin Families, Dec. 14, 1845-April 15, 1911

series I: 1 Box 2 Folder 17

Family Papers, ca. 1846-Jan. 10, 1898

series I: 1 Box 2 Folder 18

Fire Insurance Papers, June 17, 1852-July 15, 1852

series I: 1 Box 2 Folder 19-20

Arkansas War Bonds, July 30, 1861-Jan. 22, 1862

series I: 1 Box 2 Folder 21

Oaths of Allegiance and Government Proclamation, Sept. 28, 1863-Jan. 16, 1864

series I: 1 Box 2 Folder 22

Political Papers, Nov. 24, 1863-ca. 1864

series I: 1 Box 2 Folder 23

War Claims, March 10, 1864-Jan. 29, 1904

series I: 1 Box 2 Folder 24

Authorization for Transport and Business, May 12, 1864- April 18, 1865

series I: 1 Box 2 Folder 25-26

Correspondence - James L. Austin from the Greylock Institute, May 28, 1869-ca. Jan. 1875

series I: 1 Box 2 Folder 27

Tax Papers, Jan. 18, 1871-Feb. 26, 1872

series I: 1 Box 2 Folder 28

Correspondence - James L. and George S. Austin from the Arkansas Industrial University, Sept. 9, 1874-Nov. 13, 1874

subseries 2: James L. Austin Papers,

1867-1927

Box 3

series I: 2 Box 3 Folder 1

Notebooks and Miscellaneous, 1867-Jan. 21, 1919

series I: 2 Box 3 Folder 2

Correspondence - James L. Austin to Jesse Turner, Oct. 1, 1872-Nov. 21, 1876

series I: 2 Box 3 Folder 3

Business Papers, July 8, 1878-May 17, 1913

series I: 2 Box 3 Folder 4-5

Correspondence and Miscellaneous - Mammie B. Nicodemus and James L. Austin

series I: 2 Box 3 Folder 6

Property Records and Miscellaneous

series I: 2 Box 3 Folder 7

Tax Papers

series I: 2 Box 3 Folder 8

Miriam Austin Papers

series I: 2 Box 3 Folder 9

Correspondence - Maud C. Fielder and James L. Austin, Feb. 28, 1902-June 8, 1915

series I: 2 Box 3 Folder 10

Clippings Scrapbook, April 1, 1903-Dec. 2, 1915

series I: 2 Box 3 Folder 11

Legal and Miscellaneous Papers, Sept. 24, 1907-April 8, 1918

series I: 2 Box 3 Folder 12

Hamilton Austin Notes, ca. Nov. 1921

series 2: Austin-Vincenheller Family Papers,

1899-1930

Boxes 4-10

Family papers and correspondence of Miriam Austin Vincenheller; memorabilia and correspondence related to her wedding to G. Ashton Vincenheller; school records of her daughter, Mary Virginia Vincenheller; correspondence and condolences regarding the death of G. Ashton Vincenheller; correspondence and news clippings concerning the painter, Frances Thomason, with whom she stayed in Paris during the summer of 1921; yearbooks of the Fayetteville Fortnightly Club; and financial records. Papers of G. Ashton Vincenheller include correspondence to Miriam Austin Vincenheller regarding the state constitutional convention of 1918, World War I, Vincenheller's efforts to secure a commission in the army, the Senator Joseph Taylor Robinsons, and the Charles Hillman Broughs; business records of the Cane Hill Orchards in Lincoln, which he operated, and the Ansbacher Insecticide Company, which he represented; political papers when he was a member of the Board of Control of the State Charities Institution, including letters from Senators Joseph Taylor Robinson and James P. Clark, and Congressmen H.M. Jacoway, John S. Little, and John H. Rogers; resolutions and appointments to the Arkansas Democratic Central Committee; correspondence regarding the lands in Eastland County, Texas, inherited from his father; and correspondence during his final illness. Papers of his mother, Mrs. W.G. Vincenheller, include correspondence; legal records regarding the Eastland County, Texas, lands; tax and property records; correspondence from her daughter, Jean Dengler, and her granddaughter from the Philippine Islands, where they were stationed with the army, and from her sister, Sally Lamkin; financial records; and correspondence regarding Mrs. Vincenheller's final illness and death.

subseries 1: Miriam Austin-G.A. Vincenheller Papers,

1899- 1930

series II: 1 Box 4 Folder 1-8

Correspondence - G.A. Vincenheller and Miriam Austin, July 24, 1899-June 25, 1902

series II: 1 Box 5 Folder 1-8

Cane Hill Orchard Records - Correspondence, Bank and Work Records, May 1900-Feb. 13, 1926

series II: 1 Box 6 Folder 1-2

Checks of Elias Chandler, American National Bank, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Aug. 25, 1900-Sept. 4, 1909

series II: 1 Box 6 Folder 3-4

Correspondence and Miscellaneous - Wedding of G.A. Vincenheller and Miriam Austin, Jan. 27, 1902-Oct. 6, 1902

series II: 1 Box 6 Folder 5-8

Correspondence - G.A. Vincenheller and Miriam Austin, June 26, 1902-Aug. 30, 1902

series II: 1 Box 6 Folder 9

"The Bride's Book" , ca. Oct. 1902

series II: 1 Box 7 Folder 1

Insurance Papers, G.A. Vincenheller, Oct. 19, 1909-Sept. 19, 1917

series II: 1 Box 7 Folder 2

Citizens Bank and Other Fayetteville Banks, July 1, 1910- Oct. 27, 1917

series II: 1 Box 7 Folder 3-6

Political Papers, G.A. Vincenheller, April 10, 1913-Aug. 24, 1918

series II: 1 Box 7 Folder 7

Business Correspondence, A.B. Ansbacher and Co., and other Business Correspondence, July 22, 1913-Sept. 18, 1917

series II: 1 Box 7 Folder 8

Correspondence to G.A. Vincenheller and Miscellaneous, Jan. 15, 1914-Dec. 21, 1918

series II: 1 Box 7 Folder 9

Receipts and Miscellaneous, Miriam Austin Vincenheller, Nov. 1916-Feb. 1, 1928

series II: 1 Box 7 Folder 10-11

Correspondence - G.A. Vincenheller to Miriam Austin Vincenheller, Feb. 16, 1917-Nov. 10, 1918

series II: 1 Box 8 Folder 1

Correspondence to Miriam Austin Vincenheller, June 28, 1917-July 28, 1929

series II: 1 Box 8 Folder 2

School Records, Mary Virginia Vincenheller, July 13, 1918- June 24, 1924

series II: 1 Box 8 Folder 3-9

Condolences - G.A. Vincenheller, Nov. 21, 1918-Dec. 25, 1919

series II: 1 Box 8 Folder 10

Obituaries and Flower Cards, G.A. Vincenheller, Nov. 22, 1918-Dec. 10, 1918

series II: 1 Box 8 Folder 11

Peoples Savings Bank, Little Rock, March 21, 1919-Nov. 27, 1922

series II: 1 Box 9 Folder 1

Correspondence to Miriam Austin Vincenheller - Finances, July 28, 1920-April 27, 1925

series II: 1 Box 9 Folder 2

Correspondence, Jean Vincenheller Dengler to Miriam Austin Vincenheller, Sept. 8, 1920-Aug. 9, 1926

series II: 1 Box 9 Folder 3

Correspondence - Hamilton Austin, April 21, 1921-Dec. 15, 1924

series II: 1 Box 9 Folder 4-7

First National Bank, Fayetteville, Sept. 16, 1921-July 20, 1926

series II: 1 Box 9 Folder 8

Correspondence and Miscellaneous - Frances Thomason, Oct. 29, 1922-Dec. 2, 1923

series II: 1 Box 9 Folder 9

Yearbooks and Miscellaneous, Twentieth Century Club of Fayetteville, May 15, 1925-1930

subseries 2: Mrs. W.G. Vincenheller Papers,

1911-1925

series II: 2 Box 10 Folder 1-2

Banking Records, First National Bank and Other Fayetteville Banks, Dec. 22, 1911-June 15, 1925

series II: 2 Box 10 Folder 3

Correspondence, Mrs. W.G. Vincenheller, June 1, 1917-July 2, 1923

series II: 2 Box 10 Folder 4

Correspondence, G. Ashton Vincenheller to Mrs. W.G. Vincenheller, and Obituaries, Aug. 9, 1918-Nov. 1918

series II: 2 Box 10 Folder 5

Legal Records - Eastland County, Texas Lands, Nov. 1, 1918-July 13, 1921

series II: 2 Box 10 Folder 6

Tax and Property Records, April 10, 1919-April 30, 1923

series II: 2 Box 10 Folder 7-10

Correspondence, Jean Vincenheller Dengler and Frances Dengler to Mrs. W.G. Vincenheller, Dec. 21, 1919-Sept. 27, 1923

series II: 2 Box 10 Folder 11-12

Correspondence, Sally Lamkin to Mrs. W.G. Vincenheller, May 13, 1920-Aug. 10, 1923

series II: 2 Box 10 Folder 13

Correspondence, J.H. House to Mrs. W.G. Vincenheller - Financial and Personal Matters, Jan. 17, 1922-Aug. 3, 1923

series II: 2 Box 10 Folder 14

Correspondence and Flower Cards - Mrs. W.G. Vincenheller, Oct. 8, 1922-Dec. 10, 1923

series 3: Vincenheller-Byroade Papers,

1919-1949

Boxes 11-13

Correspondence and other papers, including memorabilia from the wedding of Mary Virginia Vincenheller and George Lawrence Byroade, Jr.; correspondence from Mary Virginia Vincenheller while living with her aunt, Jean Dengler, in the Philippine Islands during 1924-1925 and during travels in China; early correspondence includes reference to J.W. Fulbright as a young man, the Fulbright "twins," and his Oxford roommate from Kansas. Byroade papers contain a pamphlet copy of a secret memorial of General Tanaka of Japan regarding the impending World War, signed by Lt. Col. Eacott S. Miller, P.S.; correspondence and news clippings regarding the internment from 1942 to 1945 of Margaret Byroade Seals and Brig. Gen. Carl H. Seals in a Japanese prisoner of war camp; and a news clipping related to Col. George Lawrence Byroade, Sr. Correspondents include Mary Virginia Vincenheller Byroade, George L. Byroade, Jr., Margaret Byroade Seals, Brig. Gen. Carl H. Seals, Brig. Gen. A.C. Wedemeyer, and Francis B. Sayre, the U.S. High Commissioner to the Philippine Islands.

subseries 1: Mary Virginia Vincenheller Byroade Papers,

1919- 1930

series III: 1 Box 11 Folder 1-5

Correspondence, Mary Virginia Vincenheller to Miriam Austin Vincenheller, June 6, 1919-May 23, 1925

series III: 1 Box 11 Folder 6-9

Correspondence to Mary Virginia Vincenheller, March 17, 1920-Jan. 10, 1921

series III: 1 Box 11 Folder 10

Marriage Service Book, News Clippings and Miscellaneous - Wedding of Mary Virginia Vincenheller and George L. Byroade, Jr, Feb. 26, 1925-July 1, 1929

series III: 1 Box 11 Folder 11-12

Correspondence and Miscellaneous - Mary Virginia Vincenheller - Marriage, July 7, 1927-June 25, 1929

series III: 1 Box 12 Folder 1-6

Correspondence, Mary Virginia Vincenheller Byroade to Miriam Austin Vincenheller, Feb. 4, 1929-June 19, 1930

series III: 1 Box 12 Folder 7

Gift Cards, Marriage of Mary Virginia Vincenheller and George L. Byroade, Jr, ca. June 1929

series III: 1 Box 14 Item 1

Mary Virginia Vincenheller High School Scrapbook, 1919-1921

Contains notes from classmates (including Helen and Emily Futrall), newspaper clippings, event programs (including several from Fayetteville's Ozark Theatre), dance cards, dried flowers, and other ephemera relating to Mary Virginia Vincenheller's high school years at both Fayetteville High School and Little Rock High School.

subseries 2: Byroade Family Papers,

1931-1949

series III: 2 Box 13 Folder 1

Pamphlet: "Japan and the Next World War", ca. Sept. 1931

series III: 2 Box 13 Folder 2

Byroade Papers, Miscellaneous, Feb. 1, 1934-May 23, 1949

series III: 2 Box 13 Folder 3

Correspondence and News Clippings - Margaret Byroade Seals and Brig. Gen. Carl H. Seals, March 22, 1941-April 25, 1945

series III: 2 Box 13 Folder 4

Correspondence and Miscellaneous - George L. Byroade, Jr, March 25, 1942-Oct. 18, 1946

series 4: Photographs,

ca. 1865-ca. 1940s

Box 13

Photographs of the Austin, Vincenheller, and Byroade families, and other related subjects. All photographs are black and white with sizes given in inches, height by width. Information in brackets supplied by processor.

series IV Box 13 Folder 5 Item 1

Austin Papers - Man, Carte de visite by Alexander Ayton, Kennedy Place, Londonderry, Ireland. 4 X 2 1/2, ca. 1865.

series IV Box 13 Folder 5 Item 2

Austin Papers - James L. Austin, Studio portrait by Rice of Washington, D.C. 6 1/2 X 4 1/4, ca. 1900

series IV Box 13 Folder 5 Item 3

Austin Papers - Young man, n.d. Tintype. 2 3/4 X 2

series IV Box 13 Folder 5 Item 4

Austin Papers - Capitol, plaza, and bystanders, n.d. Stereogram [Washington, D.C.]. 4 X 7

series IV Box 13 Folder 6 Item 5

Vincenheller Papers - G.A. Vincenheller, Studio portrait. 6 1/2 X 4 1/4, ca. 1880s.

series IV Box 13 Folder 6 Item 6

Vincenheller Papers - G.A. Vincenheller and SEA fraternity brother, Studio photograph by C.E. Watton, Fayetteville. 3 X 4 1/4, ca. 1890s.

series IV Box 13 Folder 6 Item 7

Vincenheller Papers - [Virginia Spooner (Mrs. W.G.) Vincenheller and Jean Vincenheller Dengler], Photographed standing on deck. 3 1/4 X 4 1/4, ca. 1919.

series IV Box 13 Folder 6 Item 8

Vincenheller Papers - Charles Hillman Brough, Signed for friend, G. Ashton Vincenheller. Portrait by Shrader. 10 X 7, 1920

series IV Box 13 Folder 7 Item 9

Vincenheller Papers - Mary Virginia Vincenheller on outdoor porch, ca. 1920s. 4 3/4 X 2 3/4, ca. 1920s.

series IV Box 13 Folder 7 Item 10

Vincenheller Papers - Mary Virginia Vincenheller in graduation gown, ca. 1920s. 4 1/2 x 2 3/4, ca. 1920s.

series IV Box 13 Folder 7 Item 11

Vincenheller Papers - Mary Virginia Vincenheller in graduation gown, ca. 1920s. 4 1/2 x 2 3/4, ca. 1920s.

series IV Box 13 Folder 7 Item 12

Vincenheller Papers - Mary Virginia Vincenheller, sitting on lawn, ca. 1920s. 4 1/2 X 3 3/4, ca. 1920s.

series IV Box 13 Folder 7 Item 13

Vincenheller Papers - Mary Virginia Vincenheller, standing on lawn, ca. 1920s. 4 1/2 X 2 3/4, ca. 1920s.

series IV Box 13 Folder 7 Item 14

Vincenheller Papers - Young woman, standing in front yard, ca. 1920s. 4 1/2 X 2 3/4, ca. 1920s.

series IV Box 13 Folder 7 Item 15

Vincenheller Papers - Mary Virginia Vincenheller on camel, Cairo, ca. 1920s. 4 1/8 X 2 1/2, ca. 1920s.

series IV Box 13 Folder 7 Item 16

Vincenheller Papers - Mary Virginia Vincenheller by the sea, 4 3/4 X 3 1/4, ca. 1924-1925.

series IV Box 13 Folder 7 Item 17

Vincenheller Papers - Mary Virginia Vincenheller, standing in road, 4 3/4 X 3 1/4, ca. 1924-1925.

series IV Box 13 Folder 7 Item 18

Vincenheller Papers - House, Labelled "Aunt Jean's House, 8 Military Plaza, Manila P.I." Jean Dengler's house. 2 3/4 X 4 1/2, ca. 1924-1925.

series IV Box 13 Folder 7 Item 19

Vincenheller Papers - View from house over grounds, Labelled "View of Military Plaza from the front veranda." View from Jean Dengler's house. 2 3/4 X 4 1/2, ca. 1924-1925.

series IV Box 13 Folder 7 Item 20

Vincenheller Papers - Mary Virginia Vincenheller in rickshaw, China, 2 3/4 X 4 1/2, ca. 1925.

series IV Box 13 Folder 8 Item 21

Vincenheller Papers - Mary Virginia Vincenheller Byroade, Wedding portrait. 10 1/2 X 6 1/2, June 25, 1929.

series IV Box 13 Folder 8 Item 22

Vincenheller Papers - Vol Walker Memorial Library, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 7 X 9, ca. 1940s.

series IV Box 13 Folder 9 Item 23

Vincenheller Papers - Elias Chandler, n.d. Studio portrait by Mrs. Young, Fayetteville. 6 1/2 X 4 1/2

series IV Box 13 Folder 9 Item 24

Vincenheller Papers - [Virginia Spooner (Mrs. W.G.) Vincenheller], n.d. Oval portrait. 4 1/2 X 3 1/2

series IV Box 13 Folder 9 Item 25

Vincenheller Papers - [Virginia Spooner (Mrs. W.G.) Vincenheller], n.d. Oval portrait by Dunlap Bros., Fayetteville. 5 X 3 1/2

series IV Box 13 Folder 10 Item 26

Vincenheller Papers - Elderly woman with spectacles, n.d. Portrait. 5 1/4 X 3 3/4

series IV Box 13 Folder 10 Item 27

Vincenheller Papers - Woman wearing broach, n.d. Portrait by H.C. Pernot, Van Buren. 6 1/2 X 4 1/4

series IV Box 13 Folder 10 Item 28

Vincenheller Papers - Young woman, n.d. Portrait [of Sally Lamkin] by Steckel of Los Angeles, California. 6 1/2 X 4 1/4

series IV Box 13 Folder 10 Item 29

Vincenheller Papers - Edith Davies of Fayetteville, n.d. Oval portrait. 4 1/4 X 3

series IV Box 13 Folder 11 Item 30

Vincenheller Papers - Infant girl, n.d. Postcard labelled "Mary Gordon Richardson Age 4 months." 5 1/2 X 3 1/2

series IV Box 13 Folder 11 Item 31

Vincenheller Papers - Infant girl, n.d. Postcard labelled "Mary Gordon Richardson Age 4 months." 5 1/2 X 3 1/2

series IV Box 13 Folder 11 Item 32

Vincenheller Papers - Woman, standing beside house, n.d. Photograph taped to card with greeting and labelled "Mary Jaspar Willis." 3 1/4 X 2 1/2

series IV Box 13 Folder 12 Item 33

Vincenheller Papers - [Mary Virginia Vincenheller], n.d. Portrait by Marks, Fort Smith. 7 1/2 X 5 1/2

series IV Box 13 Folder 12 Item 34

Vincenheller Papers - Two children wearing raincoats, n.d. 4 1/2 X 2 1/2

series IV Box 13 Folder 12 Item 35

Vincenheller Papers - Virginia Reynolds, n.d. Studio portrait of the granddaughter of President Buchanan of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. 6 1/2 X 4 1/2

series IV Box 13 Folder 12 Item 36

Vincenheller Papers - Infant girl, n.d. Anna Wilson, daughter of Tom Wilson (a nephew of Roberta Fulbright) and great-granddaughter of President Buchanan of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. 6 1/2 X 4 1/2

series IV Box 13 Folder 13 Item 37

Byroade Papers - Young boy with bulldog, Labelled "Jack [George L. Byroade, Jr.] and Boozer." 2 3/4 X 2, ca. 1910s.

series IV Box 13 Folder 13 Item 38

Byroade Papers - Col. George L. Byroade, Sr., commander of United States Forces in the Caribbean during the 1930s, Photographed standing in field by tent. 5 1/4 X 4, ca. 1918.

series IV Box 13 Folder 13 Item 39

Byroade Papers - Margaret Byroade Seals, Postcard printed by Flett, Atlantic City, New Jersey. 5 1/2 X 3 1/2, ca. 1918.

series IV Box 13 Folder 13 Item 40

Byroade Papers - Col. George L. Byroade, Sr., portrait within folder. 4 X 3, ca. 1930s

series IV Box 13 Folder 13 Item 41

Byroade Papers - Col. George L. Byroade, Sr., and two men, 2 1/2 X 5 1/2, ca. 1930s.

series IV Box 13 Folder 13 Item 42

Byroade Papers - Formation of soldiers in courtyard, n.d. [Puerto Rico]. 5 X 8

series IV Box 13 Folder 13 Item 43

Byroade Papers - Guests attending ball in honor of Franklin D. Roosevelt's birthday, Includes Col. and Mrs. Byroade, San Juan, Puerto Rico. 4 1/2 X 7 1/2, Feb. 1, 1934.

series IV Box 13 Folder 13 Item 44

Byroade Papers - Guest attending ball in honor of Franklin D. Roosevelt's birthday, Feb. 1, 1934. Includes Col. and Mrs. Byroade, San Juan, Puerto Rico. 5 3/4 X 9, Feb. 1, 1934.

series IV Box 13 Folder 13 Item 45

Byroade Papers - Informal group, Labelled "Banquet in Condado Hotel in honor of Dr. Padin." Includes Col. Byroade. Puerto Rico. 5 X 7 1/2, March 10, 1934.

series IV Box 13 Folder 13 Item 46

Byroade Papers - Women and men on porch, n.d. Informal group photograph, [Puerto Rico]. 5 1/2 X 3 1/4

series IV Box 13 Folder 13 Item 47

Byroade Papers - Col. George L. Byroade, n.d. Portrait within folder by F. Schanz, Ft. Wayne. 6 X 4

series IV Box 13 Folder 13 Item 48

Byroade Papers - [Col.] Charles T. Menoher, n.d. Portrait of commander of Rainbow Division during World War I, commander of the army of occupation in Europe after World War I, a roommate of Pershing's and relative of the Byroades's

series IV Box 13 Folder 13 Item 49

Byroade Papers - House, n.d. [Puerto Rico]. 6 1/2 X 8 1/2

series IV Box 13 Folder 13 Item 50

Byroade Papers - Seascape, n.d. Island. 3 1/4 X 5 1/2

series IV Box 13 Folder 13 Item 51

Byroade Papers - Young boy with fish, n.d. [Ashton Byroade]. 5 1/4 X 3 1/4

END OF COLLECTION

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