Harvey Parnell Speeches and Scrapbooks

MS P24

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 Katrina Windon, 2019.

Finding aid is written in English.

Table of Contents

Descriptive Summary

Creator
Parnell, Harvey, 1880-1936
Title
Harvey Parnell Speeches and Scrapbooks
Inclusive Dates
1928-1932
Identification
MS P24
Extent
2.1 linear feet (2 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

The Harvey Parnell Speeches and Scrapbooks were donated to the University Libraries by Parnell's heirs, circa 1961.

Processing Information

Processed by Special Collections staff circa 1968-1978.

Preferred Form of Citation

Harvey Parnell Speeches and Scrapbooks (MS P24), 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

Harvey Parnell, born February 28, 1880, in Orlando, Cleveland County, Arkansas, was a politician, businessman, and farmer. He was elected to the state legislature in 1918 as representative from Chicot County; in 1923, he was elected state senator. Elected lieutenant governor in 1926, he succeeded John E. Martineau as governor when Martineau resigned, March 14, 1928, to become a United States district judge. Parnell was elected to his first full term in 1928, and was re-elected in 1930. He died January 16, 1936. (Biographical note copied from the finding aid for MC 80, Harvey Parnell Speeches)

Scope and Content Note

Speeches by Harvey Parnell, clippings scrapbooks, and miscellaneous materials. 88 items.

Arrangement of the Papers

The collection is arranged into three series:

  1. Speeches
  2. Miscellaneous
  3. Scrapbooks

Related Materials

Records relating to the Harvey Parnell Speeches and Scrapbooks include:

Harvey Parnell Speeches, MC 80

Subject Terms

The following persons, organizations, or topics are among those represented within the collection materials:

Arkansas -- Government and politics

    Detailed Description of the Collection

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

    series 1: Speeches

    Speeches are primarily arranged alphabetically according to place, title, or occasion.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 1

    Altus, Ark. Church dedication, Sept. 6, 1931 3 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 2

    American Mining Congress. 5th Industrial Development Congress 2 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 3

    American Mining Congress. Southern Division. 1st meeting west of the Mississippi 2 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 4

    American Red Cross. Thanking the organization for its assistance to the people of the state following the drought of 1930 2 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 5

    American Red Cross. Statement for the press upon the departure of the organizations, Mar. 25, 1931 1 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 6

    Arkansas Education Association. Address delivered on Friday Evening, Nov. 15, 1929 9 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 7

    Notations about Arkansas 1 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 8

    Arkansas, a summary of the wonders of the state 3 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 9

    Arkansas. Speech describing Arkansas' recovery from recent losses, circa 1930-1931 4 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 10

    American Medical Society and the Auxiliary. Welcome address to the convention 2 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 11

    Arkansas National Guard 4 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 12

    Arkansas National Guard 4 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 13

    Arkansas National Guard. Article for Conway Paper 2 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 14

    Arkansas Pen Women. Address to the convention 9 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 15

    Arkansas University. Presentation of diplomas, circa 1930 5 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 16

    Arkansas University. Presentation of diplomas, 1929 4 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 17

    Arkansas University. Address to the graduating class of the University of Arkansas, 1930 4 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 18

    Arkansas University. Address to the graduating class, June 1930 4 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 19

    Arkansas University. Address to the graduating class, 1932 4 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 2 Item 20

    Nomination for governor (2 copies)

    series I Box 1 Folder 2 Item 21

    2nd term of office (2 copies)

    series I Box 1 Folder 2 Item 22

    Candidacy for U.S. Senator (2 copies)

    series I Box 1 Folder 2 Item 23

    Al Smith campaign for president, 1929

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 24

    Barber's State Meeting, May 6. First meeting of the barbers of Arkansas 3 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 25

    Boy Scouts of America 2 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 26

    Rear Admiral Richard Eoelyn Byrd. Introduction 2 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 27

    Camden, Ark. Fourth of July address (2 copies) 9 L. 10 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 28

    Confederacy. Honoring Confederate veterans, July 19, 1929 4 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 29

    Conway County, May 16, 1930 5 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 30

    Crops. Radio address on Station KWKH, Nov. 19, 1931 14 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 31

    Crops 2 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 32

    Lt. Commander Alexander Damon. Introduction 2 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 33

    Degree of Honor Protection Association 5 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 34

    Depression 7 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 35

    Engineers 2 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 36

    Farewell address upon leaving office of governorship 20 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 37

    Farming 7 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 38

    Fraternal Congress. Welcome address. Little Rock, Jan 16. 1932 3 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 39

    Governmental reforms 2 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 40

    Harahan Viaduct. Newspaper article 2 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 41

    KARK. Radio address at dedication of the radio station, Apr. 30, 1932 7 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 42

    KCNC. Radio address at dedication of the radio station 6 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 43

    The Law and Its Enforcement 2 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 44a

    Legislature- Governor's special message to the 47th General Assembly 3 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 44b

    Legislature- Special session to pass cotton legislation and an audit bill 4 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 44c

    Legislature- School situation (2 copies) 2 L. 2 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 45

    Missouri Pacific Railroad 2 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 46

    Myer Brothers Drug Co. banquet, May 29, 1930 2 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 47

    National Electric Light Association and Arkansas Utilities Association, Southwestern Division. Hot Springs, Ark., May 7, 1931 7 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 48

    National Congress of Parents and Teachers Founders Day, Feb. 17, 1931 3 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 49

    National Council of Parents and Teachers (2 copies) 2 L. 1 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 50

    National Council on Schoolhouse Construction 3 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 51

    Negroes Convention 1 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 52

    Negroes Back to Farm Movement, Feb. 20, 1930 3 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 53

    Pathe News. Statement by the governor, Feb. 9, 1931 1 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 54

    Polk County Possum Club 3 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 55

    Rogers, Will 1 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 56

    Roll calls for various organizations 2 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 57

    Rotary club 3 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 58

    School of Cooperative Marketing Convention 5 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 59

    Southwest Tuberculosis Conference 3 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 60

    State and Community Building. Article for Board of Commerce 3 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 61

    State Association for Blind Convention, Little Rock, Ark. 2 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 62

    State Progress. Newspaper article for Warren Eagle Democrat in connection with the bridge celebration, June 13, 1930 3 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 63

    Subiaco College 2 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 64

    Taxation and Rural School Development in Arkansas. Article in Lincoln County School News, June 17, 1930 5 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 65

    Tornadoes 4 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 66

    Torryson Library dedication. State Teachers College, Conway, Ark. 3 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 67

    Transportation 2 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 68

    White House Conference 1 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 69

    Warren, Ark. Bridge dedication, June 11, 1930 7 L.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 70

    Women's democratic club of Arkansas 2 L.

    series 2: Miscellaneous

    series II Box 1 Folder 7 Item 1

    Courier Index, state edition (newspaper). Marianna, Ark., May 30, 1930

    series II Box 1 Folder 7 Item 2

    Measures voted favorably by Governor Parnell as a member of the House of Representatives in 1921 3 L.

    series II Box 1 Folder 7 Item 3

    Parnell and Labor. Folded leaflet.

    series II Box 1 Folder 7 Item 4

    "The People's Charge" or "Charity as I found it," by H. Frederick Ming. Fort Smith, Ark. 86 pages

    An "expose" of conditions at the County Hospital

    series II Box 1 Folder 7 Item 5

    Poem 1 L.

    series II Box 1 Folder 7 Item 6

    Radio broadcast by Berger, Aug. 21, 1929 11 L.

    series II Box 1 Folder 7 Item 7

    State agencies; a list 1 L.

    series II Box 1 Folder 7 Item 8

    Supplement to the Banking Statutes of Arkansas. Enacted by the Legislature of 1929 14 pages

    series II Box 1 Folder 7 Item 9

    Women of Arkansas in the Interest of Good Government Endorse Harvey Parnell of Chicot County to Succeed Himself as Governor 4 pages

    series 3: Scrapbooks

    Box Volumes 1-2

    Two scrapbooks of newspaper clippings

    END OF COLLECTION

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