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Kaser (David). "Library in the Young University"
MSS. 216. 1963. 0.01 cubic feet: 1 item. Talk delivered at the annual meeting of the Mississippi Library Association, Jackson, Mississippi, November 22, 1963. Copy.
Raymond (S. P.) letters
MSS. 29. 1864, 1866, 1876-1877. 0.02 cubic feet. 1861 letter from Raymond of the 41st Mississippi Infantry Regiment, Company E (Verona Rifles), an ambulance driver who was killed at Battle of Atlanta and letter from soldier ...
Peyton family papers
MSS. 115. 1768-1916. 0.33 cubic feet and 1 reel microfilm. Photocopies of list of accounts and 11 letters (1768-1818) written by Thomas Jefferson, mostly to Craven Peyton (d. 1837), lawyer and landowner, of Albemarle County, ...
Hill family papers
MSS. 383. 1821-1927. 0.25 cubic feet. Diary; 5 letters from Charles W. Hill to his sister Abbie; clippings regarding Hill's Civil War experiences; receipt; envelope; photograph; wallet. During the Civil War Hill served in ...
Posey (Zoe) scrapbooks
MSS. 251. 0.75 cubic feet: 12 vols. Clippings related to Mississippi and Louisiana history, especially Confederate and 20th century, and Louisiana recipes. Indexed. Posey was the daughter of a Confederate general.
Shubuta Bookkeeping School class workbooks
MSS. 268. 1875-1876. 0.2 cubic feet. Workbooks used by Captain J.M. Rudder, founder and teacher of a bookkeeping school in Shubuta, Mississippi.
Martin (J. M.) letter
MSS. 265. 1863. 0.01 cubic feet: 1 item. Letter of J. M. Martin (June 1863) from Rome, Georgia. Typed copy of original.
Reynolds (Clark G.) manuscript
MSS. 340. 1979. 0.01 cubic feet: 1 item. Copy of paper presented by Dr. Reynolds to the MSU Phi Alpha Theta Chapter, November 1979, titled "Steam Engineering on U.S. Western Waters, 1840-1865."
Landrum (Allye Morgan). "History of Morgantown"
MSS. 138. 1976. 0.01 cubic feet. Writing by Allye Morgan Landrum concerns the history of Morgantown, Oktibbeha County, Mississippi.
Phillips (Thomas Hal) manuscript
MSS. 139. 0.33 cubic feet. The Loved and the Unloved: typed manuscript. 2 letters, ALS.