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Andrews (M. W.). Memoirs of the War Between the States
MSS. 229. Undated. 0.04 cubic feet. Memoirs of the War Between States (May-August, 1861), a Civil War reminiscence as told to Icie A. Moore by Martin Wells Andrews, Cherry Creek, Mississippi (Pontotoc County) concerning ...
Love (Drennan) Collection
MSS. 543. 1763-2006. 57 cubic feet. Collection of Lowndes County plantation owner Drennan C. Love and family includes a 900 page manuscript reminiscence of his son, William Alexander Love, written in 1925. Love was a ...
Concord Baptist Church of Christ (Choctaw County, Mississippi) minutes
MSS. 563. 1837-1861. 1 reel microfilm. Minutes of Concord Baptist Church of Christ in Choctaw County, Mississippi.
Sanders, Lee and Sargent families papers
MSS. 574. 1850-2001 (Bulk Dates: 1860-1992). 6.8 cubic feet. The Sanders, Lee and Sargent families papers contain the papers of three Mississippi families related by marriage. The papers include correspondence, certificates ...
Conner (Douglas) papers
MSS. 179. 1943-1993, 2011. 0.99 cubic feet. The Douglas Conner papers include the papers of Dr. Douglas L. Conner (1920-1998), prominent African-American physician and civil rights activist in Mississippi. The papers contain ...
MSS. 56. 1819-1823. 0.01 cubic feet. Letter from John Jacob Astor, Paris, to Ramsey Crooks, regarding fur trade (1819) and four pages from an account book of the American Fur Trade in account with Astor (1823).
Waverley Mansion collection
MSS. 325. 1836-1982. 1 cubic foot. Papers and photographs concerning the antebellum plantation Waverley, which was built in Clay County, Mississippi, in the 1850s by George Hampton Young.
Thomas (J. A.) collection
MSS. 46. 1888-1912. 1.9 cubic feet: 10 volumes. Business ledgers of the general store belonging to J. A. Thomas of Webster County, Mississippi.
LaCavera (Mrs. Tommie) collection
MSS. 393. 1979. 0.02 cubic feet. Clipping, speech, and other materials concerning Andersonville Prison and Captain Henry Wirz, the prison superintendent who was executed after the Civil War.
Miller (Hugh R.) papers
MSS. 35. 1834-1879. 0.08 cubic feet. Business letters concerning Miller's law practice, both separately and in firm of Miller & Kilpatrick.