This account ledger was kept by Ira Porter Rudolph while operating I.P. Rudolph and Company. It contains customer accounts with amounts owed and paid.
Picture from the Jim Berryman collection.
Newspaper from W.H. Halliburton collection.
From John Thomas Greer Sr. collection.
This purple velvet album cover from the 1800s was preserved by the Glover family for over seventy years.
This letter jacket was earned by participating in athletics at Ouachita College (now Ouachita Baptist University) in the 1930s.
Elizabeth Parker graduated from Ouachita Baptist College in 1919 with degrees in organ and voice. This collection includes Elizabeth Parker's 1919 diplomas from Ouachita College and a photograph.
The Footprints of Fellowship scrapbook contains keepsakes accumulated by Joe Keith Edwards during his senior year (1917) at Ouachita Baptist College.
W.S. Johnson opened a service station at Seventh and Clinton streets in Arkadelphia in July 1920. It was among the first "drive-in" service stations in Arkansas.
Dennis Holt was a director and playwright. Holt came to Ouachita Baptist College in 1955 as chairman of the drama department.
The gown and shoes Cargile wore at her wedding were used in a display in Cone Bottoms Hall on the campus of Ouachita Baptist University about 1955. When the display was dismantled, Mrs. Gray donated the items to the Library.
Thelma and her husband served as home missionaries for the Southern Baptist Convention, and Thelma wrote curriculum for children's programs.
Dorothy Dean Campbell was a freshman student at Ouachita Baptist College in 1945. She became involved with campus activities by joining the Kewpie Klub and the Math Honor Society.