he Arkansas Records Catalog is a state-wide project, but its success relies fully upon its numerous participating repositories. The archives, special collections, libraries, historical and genealogical societies, and museums across our state are devoted to providing the public access to their invaluable collections of Arkansas history.
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401 President Clinton Avenue
Little Rock, AR 72201
The UALR Center for Arkansas History and Culture is housed in the Arkansas Studies Institute (ASI), a partnership between UALR and the Central Arkansas Library System. ASI is open to anyone interested in researching Arkansas history. Although there are many free resources available, there are some charges for photocopying and other services. Material can be digitally scanned upon request. In the research room on the second floor, visitors may access books, manuscripts, microfilm, and online databases. We recommend that you call ahead at 501.320.5700 before your research trip, so that the archivist can appropriately plan for your visit. Research room hours are Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.