Recent Submissions

  • FVWCL Peleg Clarke Jr. papers Finding Aid 

    Unknown author (MSU Libraries, 2019-09-16)
  • FVWCL Original Manuscripts 

    Unknown author (MSU Libraries, 2019-09-12)
  • Carl Schurz Collection Finding Aid 

    Semmes, Ryan (MSU Libraries, 2018-01-11)
  • Garbo (Bill) family papers 

    Unknown author
    MSS. 200. 1923. 0.01 cubic feet. Typed copy of an account of a "Trip across the Plains" in 1863.
  • Frazer (Joe E.) collection 

    Unknown author
    MSS. 199. 1926-1930, 1932-1955, undated. 0.04 cubic feet. Collection of Joe Frazer, President of the Board of Supervisors, Madison County, Mississippi, first President of the Mississippi Association of Supervisors and ...
  • Franklin (Meschach) friendship album 

    Unknown author
    MSS. 198. 1860. 0.04 cubic feet. Friendship's Album of Meschach Franklin of Early, Marshall County, Mississippi, compiled while a student in the Class of 1860 at the University of Mississippi. Includes handwritten letters ...
  • Natchez business letters 

    Unknown author
    MSS. 197. 1801-1848. 0.04 cubic feet. Letters (5), 1801-1848. Concern settlement of A. Hunt's estate, terms of notes. Letters are from Natchez, Mississippi; Peoria, Illinois; Frankfort, Kentucky.
  • Fernwood collection 

    Unknown author
    MSS. 195. 1809-1988 (Bulk Dates: 1906-1959) 11.5 cubic feet: 4 reels microfilm. The Fernwood collection comprises the records of several companies owned by the Enochs family in southern Mississippi, principally the Fernwood ...
  • Farnsley (Alexander) letters 

    Unknown author
    MSS. 194. 1856-1860. 0.08 cubic feet Facsimiles of letters from Farnsley to his "intended", Mary Elizabeth Thurman, in Kentucky.
  • Ellis (R. U.) day book 

    Unknown author
    MSS. 193. 1847-1868. 0.08 cubic feet. Day book of merchant R.U. Ellis of Starkville, Mississippi, includes freedmen's accounts.
  • Elliot (Nelson and Jake) statement 

    Unknown author
    MSS. 192. 1916. 0.01 cubic feet: 1 item. Two former slaves describe Mrs. Elizabeth Elliot's life during the American Revolution and afterwards. They also describe her treatment of her slaves. Concerns the Carolinas and ...
  • Drane papers 

    Unknown author
    MSS. 190. 1850-1853, 1955. 0.33 cubic feet. Letters of Lowndes County, Mississippi, pioneer Stephen A. Brown and his father-in-law, Richardson Owen, from Alabama and Arkansas, 1851, 1853; two undated letters to "Dear Lucy ...
  • Bank of Mississippi records 

    Unknown author
    MSS. 19. 1810-1843. 8 reels microfilm. Journals, minutes, ledgers, daily and weekly bank statements, registers, checkbooks, balance books and other financial records of the bank. Also includes summary and bibliography of ...
  • Sledge (Broox) papers 

    Unknown author
    MSS. 430. 1938-1985 (Bulk Dates: 1954-2006). 3.75 cubic feet. Correspondence, clippings, manuscripts, genealogical information, research material, scrapbooks and publications. The collection concerns Broox Sledge's research ...
  • Dowling (Nannie) autograph book 

    Unknown author
    MSS. 189. 1885-1887. 1 volume. Autograph album of Nannie Dowling of Hickory, Mississippi, 1885-1887.
  • Doniphan (A. W.) papers 

    Unknown author
    MSS. 188. 1857-1931. 0.08 cubic feet. Family letters, clippings, and memorials concerning Doniphan and his family, chiefly in Missouri. Photocopies.
  • Derry (Horace A.) diary 

    Unknown author
    MSS. 187. 1862. 0.04 cubic feet: 2 items. Daily record (March 26-October 1, 1862), by a native of Quincy, Massachusetts, in the U.S. Army. Chiefly routine. Mentions the balloon several times. Also includes a furlough document.
  • Dent (Guy W.) letter 

    Unknown author
    MSS. 186. 1918. 0.01 cubic feet: 2 items. World War I letter from France, 1918 and typed copy of clipping.
  • Critz family genealogy 

    Unknown author
    MSS. 183. 1955-1962. 0.08 cubic feet. 15 items concerning the Critz family genealogy.
  • Creighton (John Orde) papers 

    Unknown author
    MSS. 181. 1915-1940. 0.33 cubic feet. Letters from Creighton to his mother, describing his life and surroundings as a voice student while studying in New York City, St. Louis, Missouri, San Francisco, California, and Vienna, ...

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