This collection contains Arkansas aviation research materials collected by the Arkansas Aviation Historical Society. Of particular note are hundreds of photographs from Eberts Field. A large portion of the collection also contains files about inductees to the Arkansas Aviation Hall of Fame from 1981 to 2010, as well as other submitted nominations.
This collection contains documents, a photograph album, building plans and memorabilia related to activities at Camp Pike/Camp Robinson during World War I and World War II. The photograph album contains images of Camp Pike, base activities, recreational events, and locations in the Central Arkansas area. A majority of the images portray the base hospital, including pictures of patients, nurses and other hospital personnel, with an emphasis on the work of the reconstruction aides (physical therapists). DIGITAL CONTENT
This collection contains digital images of newspapers published at Camp Pike during the World War I and a magazine article about the construction of Camp Pike. DIGITAL CONTENT
This collection contains documents belonging to Capt. Eugene C. Rowan relating to his arrest for refusing to obey an order regarding drilling of black troops alongside white troops at Camp Pike, Arkansas.
This collection contains letters written by Howard Cochran to his family in Iowa while he was stationed at Camp Pike, Arkansas.
This collection contains correspondence and other documents related to the Joseph W. Cooper family. Many of the documents are related to Cooper's military training and World War I service as a supply officer with the 19th Balloon Company. Arriving in France eight days before the signing of the armistice, Cooper spent most of his time stationed in and around Bordeaux before returning to the U.S. and being honorably discharged on May 29, 1919. After the war, Cooper started an insurance career and worked in Nebraska and Arkansas. Additional items in the collection relate to his wife, Ruth Moore, and their two children, Joe Jr. and William "Bill." DIGITAL CONTENT
This collection contains letters written by Carl Davis to members of his family while he was stationed at Camp Pike, Arkansas, during World War I.
This collection contains letters written during World War I to Colene Willis by her future husband Henry Charles Godt.
This collection contains correspondence between Curtis Jones and his wife Jessie as well as some correspondence to and from other members of his family and friends during Jones's military service during World War I.DIGITAL CONTENT
This collection contains correspondence between Curtis Jones and his wife Jessie as well as some correspondence to and from other members of his family and friends during Jones's military service during World War I. It also contains ephemera and a few photographs
This collection contains letters written during World War I to Lelia Jones Morgan by her brothers William Earl and Paul, and by Paul's wife Dorothy.
This collection contains materials related to the military service of Maxwell J. Lyons Sr., including numerous letters written by Lyons about his struggle to start a military career and during his World War I service with the 6th Marines. Lyons was stationed in France for most of the war and remained with the Army of Occupation in Germany until 1919. He was awarded the Silver Star, as well as the Croix de Guerre and Fors a Guerre from France. The remainder of the collection is made up of other related correspondence and military documents, photographs, and a scrapbook. DIGITAL CONTENT
This collection contains letters written by Lee Minor, primarily to his wife while he was stationed at Camp Pike, Arkansas, during World War I.
This collection contains photographs related to Pulaski County military affairs.
This collection contains letters written during World War I by brothers Sam and Edgar Standefer to their family. DIGITAL CONTENT