The mission of the Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History is to document Arkansas’ rich history by collecting the “living memories” of those who have been witness to various aspects of the state’s past. Using traditional oral history methodology, the center interviews individuals, transcribes those interviews, and maintains those collections for future generations.
The center is responsible for preserving these memories and making them available to scholars and researchers interested in the culture and heritage of Arkansas.
|B||Billingsley, George||Jeannie Whayne||01/10/2002|
|Blair, Diane||Roy Reed||05/04/2000|
|F||Faubus, Alta||Rebecca Kastelberg||07/19/2000|
|L||Laman, William||Roy Reed||06/14/2001|
|R||Ragsdale, John||Jeannie Whayne||10/13/2003|
|Reed, Herbert||Roy Reed||11/15/1999|
|S||Scarlett, C.||Peggy Lloyd||06/10/2000|
|Stevens, Dorothy||Tom Dillard||05/17/2006|
|Strack, Monica||Michael Pierce||07/02/2002|
|T||Timmons, Seth||Roy Reed||02/24/2000|
|W||Warbritton, Charles||Peggy Lloyd||06/05/2000|
|Wilson, Charles||George Sabo||07/20/2004|
|Y||Yoe, Mary||David Edwards||06/05/2001|