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Winston County (Mississippi) records
MSS. 133. 1838-1907. 0.04 cubic feet. Circuit Court minutes, 1838-1841; "Enumeration of Confederate Soldiers and Widows," 1907, which lists name, state of enlistments, company, regiment, age, year of enlistment, and category ...
Johnson (John Lipscomb) papers
MSS. 6. 1869-1890. 0.33 cubic feet. Chaplain of the 17th Virginia infantry; college president and professor of English at the University of Mississippi. Letters relating chiefly to Johnson's 1871 book, "The university ...
Moreton and Decell family genealogical records
MSS. 55. 1958-1969 and undated. 0.06 cubic feet. The Moreton family of America, and other papers; the Decell Bible record; certificate stating A. E. Moreton's Confederate service. Photocopies.
Zucker (C. B. M.) diary
MSS. 310. 1917-1944. 0.16 cubic feet. Account of voyage on boat during war, 1917. Also correspondence relating to C.B. Zucker and his son, Julius, 1917-1944.
Young (William Humphreys) letters
MSS. 309. 1862-1865. 0.33 cubic feet. 27 typescript letters of Lieutenant Young, 5th Mississippi Cavalry Regiment, Company B, to his wife in Carroll County, Mississippi, from Grenada, Greenwood, North Mississippi, and Camp ...
Houston jewelry firm business records
MSS. 443. 1860-1861. 1 reel microfilm. Business records of a Houston, Mississippi, jewelry business.
Watson (Mrs. Henry Duke II) and Wallace (Mrs. Charles Wallace) papers
MSS. 342. 1874-1974, scattered. 0.66 cubic feet. Family papers concerning the Watson and Wallace families of Strong, Mississippi. Includes: account books of the Strong Community Store, 1900s, 1911-1912 and an account book, ...
Brandon (Merwin McGehee) papers
MSS. 99. 1942-1974. 1 cubic foot. Papers of McGehee, an electrical engineer. Includes personal and business correspondence, speeches, memoranda, and biographical material, relating to Underwriter's Laboratories, of which ...
MSS. 207. 1856-1863. 0.08 cubic feet. Exchange of letters between family members; 2 other pieces. Mississippi chiefly; also the Confederate Army in Virginia and North Carolina.
Ames and Hogan families papers
MSS. 2. 1816-1910. 0.66 cubic feet. The collection documents the history of the Elijah Hogan and Madison Fisk Ames families from 1816 to 1910 and comprise correspondence, legal papers, speeches and essays, business receipts, ...