See below for more detailed descriptions of collections on the political career of Bill Clinton that are made accessible through the UA Little Rock Center for Arkansas and Culture: Advocates for Battered Women records, 1972-1985 (UALR.MS.0248) This collection was used in the creation of the 1984 “Advocates for Battered Women Documentary History” and includes letters to Bill Clinton. Arkansas Constitutional Convention records 1979-1980 (UALR.MS.0137) The materials in this collection document the attempt to replace the 1874 Constitution. These files were deaccessioned from the Bill Clinton Gubernatorial papers in 1986 by Joan Roberts, press secretary to Governor Clinton. Beth Cathey papers, 1917-1988 (UALR.MS.0240) Beth Cathey was heavily involved in Little Rock women’s politics in the 1980s and worked as an editor for Ours, a feminist newspaper. Her collection contains documentation of Hillary Clinton’s participation in various women’s conferences and photographs of both Hillary and Bill Clinton. CAHC PAMPHLET 05051 Bill Clinton: The Announcement Address (bid for U.S. President), Old State House, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1991 October 3. Doug Wallace papers, 1971-1978 (UALR.MS.0120) Doug Wallace’s papers document his various capacities in the electoral campaigns of Bill Clinton from 1974 to 1978, including the Arkansas Third Congressional District (1974), attorney general (1976) and Clinton’s first gubernatorial (1978) campaign. The collection also includes photographs of Bill and Hillary Clinton. Dr. William H. Townsend papers, 1962-2005 (UALR.MS.0299) Dr. William H. Townsend was the first licensed black African American optometrist to practice in Arkansas in addition to being one of the first black Arkansans to be elected to the Arkansas House of Representatives in the twentieth century. Townsend’s collection includes correspondence addressed to Bill Clinton, among other noted politicians. Ed Fry papers, 1956-2012 (UALR.MS.0292) Ed Fry was a Democratic Party operative who became U.S. Congressman Victor F. Snyder’s chief of staff from 1997 to 2007. Fry’s papers contain presidential campaign materials and related memorabilia for Bill and Hillary Clinton. ERArkansas papers, 1971-2007, Bulk 1971-1985 (UALR.MS.0053) ERArkansas was formed in 1972 to lobby for the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment bill and contains correspondence to Alice Glover from Bill Clinton. Frank White papers, 1962-2003, Bulk 1980-1983 (UALR.MS.0003) Frank White served as the forty-first governor of Arkansas from 1981-1983 and was noted for beating incumbent Bill Clinton due to Clinton’s handling of the Cuban refugees at Fort Chaffee and the increase in the price of car tags and license fees. White’s collection contains manuscript materials, newspaper clippings, and photographs pertaining to Clinton. James Guy Tucker, Jr., papers (UALR.MS.0004) James Guy “Jim Guy” Tucker, Jr., served as the forty-third governor of Arkansas from 1992-1996, among other political offices. Tucker’s papers reference Clinton’s time as governor of Arkansas and president of the United States, with correspondence, Clinton Foundation information, newspaper clippings, legislative materials, legal papers, photographs, proclamations, and speeches. Jon Kennedy cartoon collections, 1935-1988 (UALR.MS.0023) This collection contains the editorial cartoons of Jon Kennedy, artist for the Arkansas Democrat from 1941 to 1988. Bill Clinton cartoons are in this collection. Hugh B. Patterson, Jr., papers, 1657-1998 (UALR.MS.0223) Hugh Baskin Patterson, Jr., was the publisher of the Arkansas Gazette newspaper for thirty-eight years. During his time as publisher, the newspaper won two Pulitzer prizes for coverage of the Central High School desegregation crisis. Patterson’s business and professional papers include various discussions of projects that occurred during Clinton’s time as governor. National Dunbar Alumni Association historical collection, 1880-2016 (UALR.MS.0021) This collection contains materials pertaining to Dunbar High School, Little Rock’s high school for African American students prior to integration. The collection contains several photographs of Bill and Hillary Clinton. Political handbill and letter collection, 1906-1990 (UALR.MS.0136) This collection contains handbills, letters, and bumper stickers used as election materials related to Arkansas’s political candidates running for national, state, county, and municipal offices. Bill Clinton is represented in this collection. William M. Shepherd papers, 1846-2018, Bulk 1930-1970 (UALR.MS.0264) William M. Shepherd was a prominent Arkansas Power and Light business executive who served in numerous organizations, including the Little Rock Rotary Club. These papers contain photographs of Bill Clinton. Winthrop Paul Rockefeller papers, 1888-2006, Bulk 1996-2005 (UALR.MS.0255) Winthrop Paul Rockefeller was lieutenant governor of Arkansas from 1997-2006 and also known for his multiple charitable and philanthropic interests. There are photographs of Bill Clinton and one of Chelsea Clinton.