Now showing items 31-40 of 343
Theater program collection
MSS. 392. 1982. 0.01 cubic feet: 1 item. Program for "The Ponder Heart", opera by Alice Parker based on the novel by Eudora Welty, New Stage Theatre, Jackson, Mississippi, September 10-19, 1982.
Ross (Holt Edgar) papers
MSS. 43. 1916-1966. 1 cubic foot. Lawyer and representative for labor unions, of Mississippi and New Orleans. Correspondence, articles, poems and speeches by Ross (1897-1968), newspaper clippings, photos, and other papers, ...
West Point, Mississippi, miscellaneous papers
MSS. 296. Undated. 0.02 cubic feet. Miscellaneous papers about West Point, Mississippi. Collected in WPA days by Mrs. Ed Joiner. Contents: An account of Grierson's Raid; also interviews with ex-slaves.
Development of the Mayhew Mission
MSS. 376. 1972. 0.04 cubic feet: 1 item. Class paper concerning the Mayhew Mission, Oktibbeha County, Mississippi, written by Sylvia Blaylock and Nancy Ergger, 1972.
Lewis (Mary Jane) POW/MIA collection
MSS. 335. 1965-1981. 2 cubic feet. Correspondence, military records and other materials documenting the work of Starkville resident Mary Jane Lewis on behalf of Vietnam POWs and MIAs, including her brother James Wimberly Lewis.
Tombigbee Council on Human Relations Collection
MSS. 339. 1967-1976. 9 cubic feet. Folders include the Black Appalachian Commission, Black Arts Music Society, Black Candidates, Black Child Development Institute, Black Methodists for Church Renewal, Black Mississippians ...
British Communist Party collection
MSS. 334. 1919-1976. 0.33 cubic feet. Pamphlets, books and microfilm publications concerning the British Communist Party.
United Daughters of the Confederacy, Lyda C. Moore Chapter (Lula, Mississippi) records
MSS. 285. 1907, 1952-1955. Three scrapbooks of the UDC, Lyda C. Moore Chapter, Lula, Mississippi, 1952-53, 1953-54, 1954-55. Publication: Our Heritage, Vol. 1, No. 4 (February 1907).
Jefferson College (Washington, Mississippi) Address to Public
MSS. 214. 1839. 0.01 cubic feet: 1 item. Broadside containing address to the public from Jefferson College, April 25, 1839.
Harrison (Byron Patton "Pat") papers
MSS. 208. 1881-1941. 1 reel microfilm. Clippings, 1907-1941; scrapbooks; photographs, 1908-1941; speeches, programs, invitations; letters, 1910-1941.