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Bell (Rachel) letter
MSS. 159. 1862. 0.01 cubic feet: 1 item. Letter describing the Civil War situation in Tippah County, Mississippi, 1862. Transcriptions available.
Starkville Civic Club collection
MSS. 103. 1932-2009. circa 4.5 cubic feet. Yearbooks and other records from Starkville clubs and organizations collected by various area residents: Civic League of Starkville (1941-1958); Young Women's Club of Starkville ...
Trotter (Sallie Stone) ledgers
MSS. 108. 1881-1894. 0.16 cubic feet. Account book No. 199 of the Midway Grange 1881-1884; later used for farm records, 1887-1890. Farm ledger of W.G. Stone, 1888-1894. See also University Archives: William I. Stone Collection.
Parker family records
MSS. 238. 1863-1864. 0.01 cubic feet. Letters of W.O. McCall of the 28th Mississippi Cavalry Regiment; Edward Jones from Lowry Station, Georgia; D. G.(?) Hildebrand of the 46th Mississippi Infantry Regiment, Company E., ...
Adams (Wirt) Cavalry Regiment, Company E, roster
MSS. 462. 1863-1865, 1981, 1989. 0.02 cubic feet: 4 items. Civil War roll, minutes, letters of 1st Mississippi Cavalry Regiment, Company E, 1863-1865; clippings, 1981, poster, 1989.
MSS. 283. 1875. 0.01 cubic feet: 1 item. U.S. Internal Revenue, 1875.
Early Years of the Delta Cooperative Farm and the Providence Cooperative Farm. Franklin, Sam H.
MSS. 379. 1980. 1 volume. Writing by Sam H. Franklin concerns cooperative farms in Bolivar and Holmes Counties, Mississippi, from the 1930s through the 1950s. The Delta Cooperative Farm was sold in 1942; the Providence ...
J. T. McKinnon Lumber Company records
MSS. 485. 1900-1940. 0.33 cubic feet. The J. T. McKinnon Lumber Company records concern the operations of a small Mississippi lumber company from 1900 to 1940. The collection includes deeds, receipts, contracts, correspondence ...
Carothers (Kate) music book
MSS. 167. 1 volume. Music album of Kate C. Carothers includes early southern music. List of titles available. Part of Music Collection.
Catledge (Turner) papers
MSS. 116. 1873-1985. circa 132 cubic feet and microfilm. The collection consists of the personal and business papers of William Turner Catledge (1901-1983), graduate of Mississippi A&M College, journalist, and editor of ...