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Dellinger (H. C.) collection
MSS. 455. 1972. 1 volume. 173 page reminiscence "Random-Length Reminiscence" by H.C. Dellinger, 1972, concerns his career with International Paper.
Critz family genealogy
MSS. 183. 1955-1962. 0.08 cubic feet. 15 items concerning the Critz family genealogy.
Lovett (John Lathon) papers
MSS. 224. 1841, 1891-1897. 0.16 cubic feet. Two account books, E. Lovett, Walthall, Mississippi, 1891-1897; 1 diary, John L. Lovett, Winona College, 1891-1892; University of Mississippi, 1893-1895; 1 original land patent, ...
Pleasant Grove Methodist Church (Clay County, Mississippi) history
MSS. 247. Undated. 0.01 cubic feet. History of the Pleasant Grove Methodist Church of Clay County.
Wood (Annie Kay) paper
MSS. 52. 1968. 0.01 cubic feet: 1 item. Governors of Mississippi, a research paper prepared in Education 4443. Typed. illustrated. 1 item.
Clay County Extension Agent reports
MSS. 341. 1924, 1928. 0.16 cubic feet. Report ledgers of County Agent Thomas E. Douglas in Clay County, Mississippi. Included are official reports, broadsides, clippings, and photographs detailing the progress of Clay ...
James (D. Clayton) collection
MSS. 67. 1957-2003 (Bulk Dates: 1964-1996). 23.75 cubic feet. The D. Clayton James papers include the papers of Dr. D. Clayton James (1931-2004) who was a professor of history at Mississippi State University and a prolific ...
Levy family papers
MSS. 322. 1837-1911. 0.33 cubic feet. Includes correspondence, funeral notices, tax receipts, and poems, pertaining to Levy, Holmes, Baptist, Carothers, Hull, and Roby families of Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, New York, ...
Owen (Sidney) collection
MSS. 121. 1945-1957 and undated. 1 reel microfilm. The History of the Sallis Community by Sidney S. Owen (1950 term paper for Mississippi State University). News article about Sallis schools, from Kosciusko Star-Herald, ...
Gibson (Charles Dana) prints
MSS. 202. 1898-1900. 0.01 cubic feet: 3 items. Prints by the American graphic artist, noted for his creation of the "Gibson Girl": A Senseless After-Dinner Custom, 1898; Wireless Telegraphy, 1899; Design for a Bachelor's ...