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Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] Mayfield
Date: Sun, 16 Dec 2001 14:05:52 EST


In a message dated 12/15/01 5:08:37 PM Pacific Standard Time,
writes:


> > Do you know if one could find the complete articles somewhere? I note
> that
> > your sources says, "Index".
>
> I really don't know if someone in Sharp County can answer that or not.
>
> I'm sure the index was made from the old newspapers on film but where this
> film might be found I don't know. I know most of the Arkansas newspapers
> available are on film at the History Commission in Little Rock.

Vera,
I found this in my book of the Index of the Sharp County Record
Newspaper by Desmond Walls Allen. Perhaps this will help someone obtain
copies.

Delpha


> The articles in the "Index to the Sharp County Record Newspaper Evening
> Shade Arkansas 1877-1883" can be ordered by writing to:
>
> Arkansas History Commission
> One Capitol Mall
> Little Rock, AR 72201
>
> The request must include:
> The name of the newspaper: The Sharp County Record.
> Place of publication: Evening Shade, Arkansas.
> Date of the issue requested.
> Page number and column number.
> Title of the article or item.
> Names of the individuals sought.
> Name and address of person to whom the copies are to be sent.
> $5.00, the minimum copy charge. (Copies are 50 cents per page)
>
> If a large number of copies are required, purchase of the roll of microfilm
> ($25.00) from the Arkansas History Commission is the most economical way to
> access the material. Direct the request to the "Microfilming Section" of
> the Arkansas History Commission.




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