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1921 August 1
Letter from J.H. Reynolds to Dallas T. Herndon noting the willingness of Colonel Fordyce to allow the Arkansas History Commission to copy the autobiography of Reverend Cephus Washburn. It also details Colonel Fordyce's plans to help with writing a history of Camp Pike.
John Hugh Reynolds, born January 3, 1869, was president of Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas. An author, whose works include "Makers of Arkansas History," he was instrumental in the creation of the Arkansas History Commission in 1905. Reynolds died in Conway, Arkansas, on June 26, 1954.
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Reynolds, John Hugh, 1869-1954; Arkansas. Arkansas History Commission; Arkansas--History--20th century.; Arkansas--History--Archival resources.
Hot Springs, Garland County (Ark.)
MS.000165, Box 1, Folder 6
John Hugh Reynolds papers, MS.000165
Arkansas State Archives
Letter from J.H. Reynolds to Dallas T. Herndon, 1921 August 1, John Hugh Reynolds papers, MS.000165
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