Audio Tape or Compact Disk Interviews
- Virginia Porter Kirk and her husband Elmer, 1999.
- J.K. Southerland by his daughter Carolyn, 1981.
- Dr. Robert A. Craig, 1999, growing up in Batesville, WWII, social life.
- Mildred Groves memories of the 1940s, 1999.
- Willene Osborne Harper, 1999, about African-American life during the 1940s.
- Opal Hugg, 1999, featuring life in 1940s.
- Billie Jett, 1999, focusing on religions and churches, women's roles, Churchill
- Judy Hartwick Johnson in Concord, 1999.
- Lucille Pearson Johnston, 1999.
- Earlene McMullin, 1999, focusing on 1940s entertainment and war.
- Marvin Moore, 1999, about his life and work as superintendent of Southside
- Jaydine Morton, 1999, life in the 1940s.
- Floyd Rikard at Spring River Baptist Church, life in 1940s.
- Avondale and Eugene Street, 1999, their lives and WWII.
- Howard Tripp at White River Supply, 1999, life and WWII, Great Depression.
- Laura Imogene Carter Wilkins, 1999, about her life on a farm near Sulphur
Rock and marriage to Neil Wilkins.
- Blake Johnson (age 14) about White River Water Carnival.
- Elmer Kirk, 1999, about White River Water Carnival.
- Theodora Hightower, 1999, about White River Water Carnival.
- Dr. Wesley Ketz, 2001, about White River Carnival and his life, heritage, WWI,
medical practice in Batesville.
- Dewey Rowe, Jr, 1999, about White River Water Carnival.
- Robert Ford, Jr., 1999, about White River Water Carnival.
- Patsy Craig, 1999, about White Rive Water Carnival.
- Jimmy Dan Sanders, 1999 about White River Water Carnival.
- Vaughn Wilson, 1989 about his life in Bethesda and honey business.
- Simon Adler Gill (1900-1980), 1975, about his life in Bethesda, Great
- Billie Churchill Jett about her fathers medical practice and other memories.
- Nell Rae Hickerson, 1989, about her life in Bethesda, church, WWII.
- Paul K. Calaway, 1990, about Bethesda history and his memories.
- Jewell Latham, 1989, about Bethesda history and Bethesda Church of Christ
and Chinquapin school and its teachers.
- Stephen Adler Harmon, 1989, about his family history, shelling on White
River, Bethesda history, African American families in Bethesda.
- Dr. Charles Taylor, 2001, about his life and work as a physician.
- Rachel Taylor, 2001, about her life and work as Dr. Taylors nurse and school nursing.
- Mertie Harris about her life as teacher, director of Guion Silica Mine.
- Hail Bryant about Huff, Salado, his life, stories he remembers, KKK.
- Dr. Myrlas Matthews, 2002, about his heritage, his life in WWII, and
- July Nickles, 2002 about the killing of Robert Rushing in 1876
near Oil Trough.
- Margaret Matthews, 2002, about her life, Chubby Menards store and other
businesses and baseball in Batesville.
- William B. Jett, 2002, on his medical life, Batesville physicians and his WWII
experience on Iwo Jima.
- Be Pham, 2000, about his familys experience as refugees from Vietnam.
- Helen Waldrip, 2001) about her familys move from Lebanon to Nebraska,
her U.S. Army Nurse experience during WWII, the Great Depression.
- Dr. Bob Slaughter, 2003, about his life and history of Batesville medical
community from 1958 2003.
- Donnie Bryant, 2004, about his life, his heritage, WWII, Bryant Lumber.
- Jewell Bailey Wood, 2004, about her life as Fulton County nurse for 37 years.
- Dr. John Guenthner, 1992, about his medical life in Baxter County, AR.
- Jim Bechdoldt, 2006, about his childhood on Hutchinson Mountain, farm
- Lloyd Gathright, 2005, about his early life in Batesville and many memories in
the 1920s, 1940s.
- Frankie Caldwell, 2005, about his life and work as a cabinetmaker.
- Robert Bo Riddle, 2004, about his life as a leather worker and boot maker.
- Henry and Carolyn Gipson, 2004, about Gipson family history and simple
- Experiences of Company L, 153 Infantry, AR National Guard: Donald
Hedden, Malcolm Moore, Sam McBride, Howard West, Ed Mosely, Hale
Coop, Jerry Talburt.
- James Mitchum, 2000, about family life in the 1910s, sharecropping music.
- Jim Barnett, 2007, about his life, his heritage, Barnett Bros. Store history,
memories of early Batesville.
- Interview of Bill Wolford by his daughter Kay Wolford Longenbach.