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Personal correspondence of Webb and his family, 7 diaries, accounts, tax receipts, notes and other business and legal papers, county records, clippings, and photos. Includes 29 letters from Europe, mainly from Scotland, and 18 Civil War letters, some civilian. Persons represented include Webb's daughter Annie and her husband. Emmett L.

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Cancelled checks, envelopes, account sheet, and receipt from Reichman-Crosby Company, concerning W. Bell of Pelahatchie, Mississippi. Genealogical papers and photographs of the Henkel family of Noxubee and Oktibbeha Counties, Mississippi. Correspondence, including letters relating to the John J.

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Henry-Theodore G. Bilbo affair and other letters from prominent Mississippians; and broadside, newspaper clippings, and other papers concerning Oktibbeha County, Mississippi, the state of Mississippi, and U. Correspondents include William Crump, A. Longino, T. Lowry, W. Magruder, and John Sharp Williams. Over architectural drawings from Mississippi architect and editor of The Mississippi Architect periodical from Collection also includes photographs, an architectural rendering of The Morgan Building in Jackson, Mississippi and drawings for Mississippi State Hospital.

Includes photographs, pamphlets, tourist information, and other materials. Letters, travelers' accounts, estate records, slave lists, business records, military records, waybills, photographs, rare books, pamphlets, newspapers, publications, artifacts and audiovisual materials collected by Dr.

Todd A. The collection documents Mississippi and Louisiana plantation culture and history with records from Natchez and Adams County, and towns and communities in Jefferson, Claiborne and Wilkinson Counties.

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Other materials document Oktibbeha and Clay Counties persons, Colonial American history, world history and the professional and personal activities of Herring. Two Civil War letters of John M. Architectural records representing the work of architect John Hester, including three projects of the John Hester and Associates firm, 3 projects of the Hester and Brady firm B. Brady , and 7 projects of the R. Naef firm. Both Hester and Brady worked for the Naef firm.

Capitol Street, Jackson, Wyatt C. Hedrick, Inc. Naef did the renovation and addition to that building for Deposit Guaranty in The Hightower, Montgomery, Perkins, Castles, and Stiles families papers contain the papers of the members of five Mississippi families related by marriage. The papers include correspondence, certificates and diplomas, newspaper clippings, genealogical material, books, photographs, artifacts and costumes. Diary; 5 letters from Charles W. Hill to his sister Abbie; clippings regarding Hill's Civil War experiences; receipt; envelope; photograph; wallet.

Papers of Quincy C. Hilliard's original works are primarily compositions for elementary and secondary band, but also include works composed for other groups. Papers include correspondence, manuscript and published musical scores, photographs, articles, contracts, programs and memorabilia, music adjudication records, music conference materials, video cassette and other materials.

Includes minutes of meetings, membership rolls, records of dues, and club procedures. Photocopies of letters exchanged in by Dr. Bettersworth and Miss Hirsh. The manuscript gives the account of Isaac Hirsh, a German youth, who immigrated to U. It also tells of elections in Carroll County, Mississippi, during Reconstruction, gives information regarding floods and levees, and gives much local history on Carroll County and Sidon. Photographs were subsequently made into a Powerpoint presentation. Includes section called "The Negro," with population statistics, industrial workers, education, religion, and information on several specific individuals.

Other sections include information on Negro churches and schools, "beliefs of slaves," "disorder among Negroes" during Reconstruction, and the Ku Klux Klan.

List of slaves of Howell Hobbs in Brookhaven, Mississippi; dental bill for slaves, ; tax receipts showing number of slaves owned; small notebook of accounts, probably of freedmen, ; freedman's contracts, Cassette tapes containing sermons, journals, and materials related to various Presbyterian churches and the Reformed Theological Seminary. Materials collected by Katherine W. Hoffa include correspondence between George W. Letters, postcards, receipts, photographs and other materials collected by Henry Emil Hoffmeister and his daughter, Edith Mays Cunningham and her husband, Delbert Cunningham of Columbus, Mississippi, as a result of their correspondence with Hoffmeister and Gaede family members in Cologne, Germany.

Some of the letters are in German. Topics include the activities of both families during World War II, post-war and later.

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Postcards depict scenes in Germany. This collection details the work of Dr. Holder and includes correspondence, family photographs and genealogical materials, as well as a medical ledger, photographs and Native American items from Dr. Holder's work in Montana.

Papers of Methodist minister Garland H. Holloman include correspondence, publications, articles, newsletters and other materials documenting controversy in the United Methodist Church concerning civil rights, the National Council of Churches, Communism and other issues. Commission on Civil Rights Research and other materials collected by John F. Marszalek used while editing an edition of the Diary of Emma Holmes Civil War correspondence of W.


Honnoll, T. McMackin, John, James, and Dan Dale, and their families, relating to family matters in north Mississippi and camp activities, including campaigns in Georgia and Tennessee, together with primitive Baptist Church records including minutes of associational meetings in Mississippi, and other States, minutes of three Sacred Harp meetings in Mississippi and adjoining States; pamphlets and periodicals including religious tracts; and an incomplete file of Primitive Monitor and Church Advocate, Greenfield, Indiana.

Papers of Orley M. Hood Jr. Includes correspondence, clippings, research files, photographs and other materials documenting his long and varied career as a sportswriter and newspaperman in the state of Mississippi. Includes 40 Civil War letters, mostly civilian, but a few give soldiers' accounts of Confederate military campaigns. Also included in the addition to the collection are photocopies of the Hunter family letters from the microfilm, together with transcriptions, research material and notes made by James R. Atkinson as a part of the work of transcription.

Microfilm copy made in from originals in the possession of Mrs. Albert L. Horn, Houston, Mississippi.

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Addition: Ledgers from the W. Davis General Merchandise Store, as well as cash books from an unidentified firm in Houston, Mississippi. Collection of Mississippi children's poet Valerie Boyd Howell. Includes correspondence, music, verse and biographical information.

Records of the Jackson, Mississippi, architectural firm of William S. Collection bulks with church literature in pamphlet form on controversies such as Communism, segregation, the National Council of Churches and racism. The collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, interviews, publicity and promotional materials, photographs, publications, audio-visual materials and other memorabilia from the life and literary career of Eudora Welty and collected by Hunter McKelva Cole, colleague and friend of Welty. Cole was Associate Director for Marketing at the University Press of Mississippi during the time when they published many editions of Welty works.

Many of the publications and other materials collected by Cole are autographed by Welty. Roll of Captain J. Curtright;" letter to Mrs. Curtright from J. Lennard, Oct. The J. McKinnon Lumber Company records concern the operations of a small Mississippi lumber company from to The collection includes deeds, receipts, contracts, correspondence with other loggers, and land survey sketches. World War II materials concerning Arnold Jacks' service, the refueling of planes, includes photographs in digital and photocopied format, military materials.

Andrew Jackson to Major William B. Lewis, Feb. Refers to incoming president James Polk, the election, and the controversy surrounding Henry Clay's appointment as Secretary of State 20 years earlier.

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Carrie McCreight Mims Page , a lifelong resident of Oktibbeha County, Mississippi, probably collected these materials which were found by Mr. Jackson, who donated them. Most of the collection is associated with Page or her family members. The collection documents everyday life in Starkville, Mississippi, during the period.

Materials include World War I correspondence of Wyatt Mims and other war materials; a broadside about Cuba; receipts and statements, programs, tickets and other memorabilia; photographs, publications and other materials. Collection of Ms. The collection primarily contains funeral programs of people in the Starkville African American community, Some of the funeral programs are from the funerals of African Americans over the age of years. Collection also includes recipes Ms. Jackson used, wrote down, and cut out of the Starkville Daily News.

Some of the newspaper articles contained information on African American cooks in the community along with their recipes.