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McRae (Thaddeus) autobiography
MSS. 228. 1880. 0.04 cubic feet. Autobiography of Thaddeus McRae, 1880. Photocopy of typed copy.
Bowen, David R. Papers
The Bowen Collection consists of some 270 cubic feet of files, documents, publications, photographs, and memorabilia. Much of the material reflects Bowen's interest and expertise in agricultural matters. He served on three ...
Crump (Brodie S.) family papers
MSS. 654. 1906-1994 (Bulk Dates: 1947-1980). 6 cubic feet. The Brodie S. Crump family papers contain the papers of newspaper columnist Brodie Strachan Crump (1898-1990) and members of his family. The papers include ...
Marshall (John H.) Civil War letters
MSS. 406. 1862-1865 and undated. 0.01 cubic feet and 1 reel microfilm. Twenty-three letters of John H. Marshall, 1862-1865, of the 41st Mississippi Infantry Regiment, Company L (Okolona Guards) to his wife, Ellen Jane ...
Starkville Exchange Club records
MSS. 323. 1958-1990. 2.5 cubic feet. Newsletters, scrapbooks, reports, and other papers concerning the activities of the club. Additions are anticipated.
Jones (Thomas) letters
MSS. 215. 1954. 0.01 cubic feet: 2 items. Correspondence between Thomas Jones of Johnston and Jones Architects-Engineers, of Starkville, Mississippi, and Orin Bullock, Supervisor of Architectural Research, Colonial ...
West Point Female Institute report card
MSS. 298. 1870. 0.01 cubic feet: 1 item. Report card for Roxie Miller, 1870.
Dent (Guy W.) letter
MSS. 186. 1918. 0.01 cubic feet: 2 items. World War I letter from France, 1918 and typed copy of clipping.
Thornton (Mary) collection
MSS. 432. 1860-1864. 0.08 cubic feet. Letters and military papers of Merry B. Harris, a Confederate officer who headed the Pettus Relief Company of Mississippi Volunteers during the Civil War. Included are the rules and ...
Cole (Lucy Wellborn) collection
MSS. 396. 1983. 0.08 cubic feet. Recollections of Mrs. Cole: "Childhood Memories of the Starkville Methodist Church in the Early Decades of the Century," "Food Preparation in Starkville in the Early 1900's," "My Recollection ...