TUCKER, James (Jim) Guy, Jr., 1943-


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University of Arkansas at Little Rock Libraries
Special Collections
Little Rock, AR
Papers: ca. 1821-2016, 542.8 linear feet.
This collection documents the personal life and political career of Jim Guy Tucker, Jr., who served as the 43rd Governor of Arkansas from 1992 December 12 to 1996 July 15. His papers include correspondence, photographs, memorabilia, books, and audiovisual material from his time as prosecuting attorney, attorney general, U. S. Congressman, chairman of the White House Conference on Families, lieutenant governor, governor, and post-gubernatorial activities. Additionally, there are materials from the Tucker and White families and items from Jim Guy Tucker, Jr.’s, early life, including letters written by his mother during the Little Rock Central High School integration crisis, Harvard University ephemera, and the manuscript of Arkansas Men at War. A finding aid is available in the repository and online.

Papers: In the J. William Fulbright Papers, 1942-1990, amount unknown.
Persons represented include James Guy Tucker.


University of Oklahoma
The Julian P. Kanter Political Commercial Archive, Department of Communication
Norman, OK
Videoreels and Sound Tape Reel: 1972-1994, 2 commercials on 2 videoreels and 5 commercials on 1 sound tape reel.
The commercials were used during James Guy Tucker’s 1972 campaign for Attorney General and his 1994 campaign for Governor of Arkansas, Democratic Party.