de Grummond Collection

McCain Library and Archives
University Libraries
University of Southern Mississippi



ROY GALLANT PAPERS

Collection Number
Collection Dates
Collection Volume
DG0359
1955-1991
17.20 cu.ft. (46 boxes)

Biographical Sketch | Scope & Content | Related Collections | Series & Subseries | Box Inventory

Provenance

Materials received from Roy Gallant between 1967 and 1992.

Restrictions

Non-circulating; available for research.

Copyright

This collection is protected by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, U. S. Code). Reproductions can be made only if they are to be used for "private study, scholarship, or research." It is the user's responsibility to verify copyright ownership and to obtain all necessary permissions prior to the reproduction, publication, or other use of any portion of these materials, other than that noted above.


Biographical Sketch

Roy Gallant was born April 17, 1924 in Portland, Maine, where he attended Deering High School and wrote poetry. After World War II, in which he navigated B-24's from 1943 to 1946, he attended Bowdoin College where he majored in English and minored in philosophy and science. Receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1948, he then attended Columbia University where he studied journalism, earning a Master of Science degree in 1949. He entered a doctoral program and eventually taught writing at Columbia. He also performed military intelligence work in Tokyo during the Korean War and was a member of the faculty at the Psychological Warfare School, Fort Riley, Kansas.

Gallant worked as a staff writer for Science Illustrated and Boys' Life from 1949 to 1951, managing editor for Scholastic Teacher from 1953 to 1956, author-in-residence at Doubleday & Company from 1956 to 1958, an instructor at Columbia University in 1958, executive editor of Aldus Books in London from 1959 to 1962, editor-in-chief of Natural History Press from 1962 to 1965, a lecturer in astronomy at Hackley School in Tarrytown, New York from 1969 to 1970, and a member of the faculty at the American Museum-Hayden Planetarium in New York in 1970. He won a temporary appointment as consultant to the President's Committee for Scientists and Engineers in the early 1950s.

Gallant's special interest has always been in astronomy, and he believes no subject is too complex to be presented to a child. His first book, Exploring the Moon, was published in 1955. Since then he has written numerous science books, including textbooks for elementary school, high school, and college. In 1957 he was co-recipient of the Thomas Alva Edison Foundation Award for best children's science book of the year for Exploring the Universe. In 1966 he returned to writing full time and in the early 1970s returned to Maine to live in a large house on a lake near Rangeley. He contributed fourteen articles to the new Book of Knowledge, some two hundred scientific articles to a variety of magazines, and an occasional political article to Reporter. Dividing his time between teaching at the University of Southern Maine in Portland and acting as director of the Southworth Planetarium, he also has contributed articles to Science-83 and Omni, and teaches in the natural sciences division of the Maine College of Art.

He spent the summer of 1992 in Siberia where he became the first American ever to visit the Tunguska site of the 1908 cosmic catastrophe. His visit to Russia was by invitation of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Sources:

  • Fifth Book of Junior Authors & Illustrators, pp. 119-121.
  • Something About the Author, vol. 4, pp. 91-92.


    Scope and Content

    The collection includes correspondence as well as original material for thirty-eight book titles. The correspondence dates from 1956 to 1985 and is arranged in chronological order. It consists of correspondence with the de Grummond Collection, fan mail from students and teachers and responses, correspondence with publishers, and general correspondence, including a letter from Isaac Asimov. Book titles are arranged alphabetically, with material for each title arranged in the probable order in which it was created.

    Three titles on which Gallant collaborated with other authors or editors are Biology: The Behavioral View (1973), co-edited by Roy A. Gallant and Roderick A. Suthers; Discovering Rocks and Minerals: A Nature and Science Guide to Their Collection and Identification (1967), co-authored by Roy A. Gallant and Christopher J. Schuberth; and National Geographic Picture Atlas of Our Universe (1980), by Roy A. Gallant and edited by Margaret Sedeen. For Biology: The Behavioral View, which includes chapters by specialists from many biological disciplines, the collection holds typescripts, charts, galleys, and dummy pages. For Discovering Rocks and Minerals: A Nature and Science Guide to Their Collection and Identification, which describes the formation of rocks and minerals and tells how to find, collect, and identify them; the collection holds sketches for layouts, a typescript, a chart, galleys, paste-ups, and dummy pages. For National Geographic Picture Atlas of Our Universe, which explores the history of astronomy, the solar system, the universe, and new space discoveries; the collection holds proofs.

    Early in his writing career Gallant produced a series of scientific text books with an emphasis on astronomy. For Exploring Chemistry (1958) and Exploring the Sun (1958), both illustrated by Lee J. Ames; Exploring Mars (1956), Exploring the Moon (1955), Exploring the Universe (1956), and Exploring the Weather (1957), all illustrated by Lowell Hess; and Exploring the Planets (1958), illustrated by John Polgreens, the collection holds typescripts, dummies, galleys, proofs, dummy pages, sketches, holograph and typescript notes, and a storyboard.

    Ancient Indians: The First Americans (1989) describes how the first Indians arrived from Asia and how their society developed in different parts of North America. For this title the collection holds typescripts, galleys, and dummy pages. Astrology, Sense or Nonsense (1974) takes a hard look at the roots of astrology. For this title the collection includes typescripts, galleys, and dummy pages. Before the Sun Dies: The Story of Evolution (1989) presents the theories, controversies, and latest scientific thinking on how the solar system, Earth, and the first biological organisms came to be and how the latter changed and adapted for survival. The collection holds typescripts, galleys, and dummy pages for this title. Beyond Earth: The Search for Extraterrestrial Life (1977) discusses the search for life on other planets from ancient to modern times and explains the chemical-biological processes through which life originates and how it changes through time. The collection includes a typescript, galleys, dummy pages, overlays, and negatives for this title.

    For Charles Darwin: The Making of a Scientist (1972), a biography of the nineteenth-century English scientist whose publication, The Origin of Species, greatly influenced scientific thinking, the collection contains a typescript, galleys, and dummy pages. The Constellations, How They Came to Be (1979) is a guide to identifying constellations with an explanation of the mythology surrounding them. For this title the collection holds a typescript, photocopies of type samples, and galleys.

    Earth's Changing Climate (1979) discusses climate and explores reasons for changes in climate, including sunspots, cosmic dust clouds, and man-made factors. It also analyzes the economic, social, and political effects of these changes. The collection contains a sketch, a typescript, and galleys for this book. Earth's Vanishing Forests (1991) discusses the ecology of rain forests, the problem posed by the present danger to rain forests, and possibilities for the future. For this title the collection holds correspondence, a typescript, and photocopies of proofs. Explorers of the Atom (1973) traces the development of the atomic theory and discusses the various uses and misuses of atomic energy. For this title the collection holds a typescript and galleys.

    Fires in the Sky: The Birth and Death of Stars (1978) discusses the characteristics of stars using the sun as an example and examines the composition of the sun, various theories about its energy production, differences among stars, and the birth and death of stars. For this title the collection includes a typescript and galleys. Fossils (1985) describes the processes of fossilization and evolution and demonstrates how fossils can tell us about our past and the changes in Earth's composition. For this title the collection holds a typescript. For From Living Cells to Dinosaurs (1986) illustrated by Anne Canevari Green, which discusses the changes that took place on land and in plants and animals, from the Precambrian to the Mesozoic era when dinosaurs reached their peak, the collection holds typescripts and galleys. How Life Began: Creation Versus Evolution (1975) surveys various myths and scientific hypotheses concerning the origin of the physical universe and of life on the planet Earth. For this title the collection contains typescripts, galleys, blueprints, and proofs. The Ice Ages (1985) describes the various ice age periods throughout history and prehistory and explains how and why they occured. Included for this book are a typescript and a photocopy of the cover.

    Lost Cities (1985) examines certain lost cities, describing how they were destroyed or abandoned and how they were rediscovered. For this title the collection holds a typescript. Man Must Speak: The Story of Language and How We Use It (1969) describes ways animals communicate and discusses theories on the origin and evolution of speech, language, and writing. It also traces the history of the English language. For this title the collection includes correspondence, research material, an article by Gallant, holograph and typescript notes, typescripts, galleys, dummy pages, and proofs. Man's Reach for the Stars (1971) relates man's accomplishments to date in planet probes and space travel as well as his dreams for future space exploration.The collection holds galleys, dummy pages, typescripts, and layout sheets for this book. Man's Reach into Space (1959), illustrated by Lee J. Ames, traces the history of space exploration. For this title the collection holds correspondence, typescripts, and a dummy. Man the Measurer: Our Units of Measure and How They Grew (1972) discusses units of measure and examines the merits of the metric system as compared with the English system. The collection includes a typescript, a style sheet, and galleys for this book.

    Memory: How It Works and How to Improve It (1980) discusses what is currently known about memory and how it works and makes suggestions for improving one's memory through mnemonic techniques and proper organization. For this title the collection holds typescripts, galleys, and proofs. Once Around the Galaxy (1983) is a history of astronomy, focusing not only on our current knowledge of the galaxy, but also on how that knowledge has evolved over time. The collection contains a typescript and a final proof for this title. 101 Questions and Answers About the Universe (1984) is an introduction to astronomy using questions actually asked by children at the Southworth Planetarium in Maine. For this title the collection holds a typescript, galleys, and proofs. Our Restless Earth (1986), illustrated by Anne Canevari Green, discusses the evidence gathered over the years by geologists that has led them to formulate certain theories about the formation of the earth and the continual changes that have been taking place ever since. There are typescripts, a style sheet, a word sheet, and galleys for this book.

    The Peopling of Planet Earth: Human Population Growth through the Ages (1990) examines the impact of human population growth, discussing the origins of the human species, the rise of cities, migration to the new world, population trends, and the scarcity of natural resources. Included for this title are research material, holograph and typescript notes, correspondence, typescripts, galleys, proofs, and a promotional item. For The Planets: Exploring the Solar System (1989) the collection holds correspondence, a typescript, paste-ups, and proofs. Private Lives of the Stars (1986) discusses the major classes of stars and describes how they are created, how they change, and what eventually happens to them. The collection holds a typescript, photographs, galleys, and dummy pages for this title. Rainbows, Mirages, and Sundogs: The Sky As a Source of Wonder (1987) discusses and explains visual phenomena seen in the sky, primarily interactions of light and atmosphere such as rainbows, mirages, the twinkling of stars, the blue color of the sky, and the Northern Lights. Included for this book are a typescript, galleys, and dummy pages. Finally, The Rise of Mammals (1986), illustrated by Anne Canevari Green, traces the development of mammal species, including human beings, during the Cenozoic era. The collection holds correspondence, a typescript, and galleys for this title.



    Related Collection

    NONE



    Series and Subseries


    A. Correspondence (1956-1985 and undated)

    B. Books (1955-1991)


    Box Inventory


        Box/Folder
    

    A. Correspondence

    1/1 To the de Grummond Collection, 1967-1987 and undated, 17 items. 1/2-2/2 Fan mail, to and from students and teachers, 1/2 1956-1960, 37 items; 1/3 1961, 33 items; 1/4 1962-1963, 36 items; 1/5 1964, 58 items; 1/6 1965, 39 items; 1/7 1966-1967, 39 items; 1/8 1968-1971, 42 items; 1/9 1972-1976, 34 items; 1/10 1977-1979, 19 items; 2/1 1980-1985, 36 items; 2/2 undated, 58 items. 2/3 Publisher, 1973-1985, 13 items. 2/4-2/5 General, 2/4 1956-1976, 18 items; 2/5 1980-1984 and undated, 20 items.

    B. Books

    ANCIENT INDIANS: THE FIRST AMERICANS by Roy Gallant (Hillside, NJ: Enslow Publishers, 1989). 2/6-2/7 Typescript, "original ms.," edited, 2/6 front matter, chapters 1-6, pp. 7-40; 2/7 chapters 7-11, pp. 41-82, and pp. 83-92. 2/8 Typescript, end matter, "revised glossary, with Gramly's corrections," pp. 1-8. 2/9 Galleys, "master set," edited, 21 April 1988, pp. 1-49. 3/1-3/2 Dummy pages with paste-ups of typeset text and illustrations, 3/1 pp. 1-65; 3/2 pp. 66-128. ASTROLOGY, SENSE OR NONSENSE by Roy A. Gallant (New York: Doubleday, 1974). 4/1 Typescript, and designer's sketches, graphite and colored pencil, front matter, 11 pp. 4/2-4/7 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, 4/2 front matter, chapters 1-2, pp. 8-29; 4/3 chapters 3-4, pp. 30-76; 4/4 chapters 5-6, pp. 77-120; 4/5 chapters 7-8, pp. 121-168; 4/6 chapter 9, pp. 169-192, end matter, pp. 193-219; 4/7 end matter, 42 pp. 4/8-4/9 Galleys, "final galley," edited and marked for typesetter, 4/8 pp. 1-32; 4/9 pp. 33-66, and 2 pp. "corrections." 5/1-5/4 Dummy pages with paste-ups of typeset text and blueprint illustrations, "master layout sheet," edited and marked for typesetter, 5/1 front matter, pp. 1-49; 5/2 pp. 50-99; 5/3 pp. 100-149; 5/4 pp. 150-204. BEFORE THE SUN DIES: THE STORY OF EVOLUTION by Roy Gallant (New York: Macmillan, 1989). 5/5-5/9 Typescript, edited, 5/5 front matter, chapters 1-2, pp. 6-39; 5/6 chapters 3-5, pp. 40-80; 5/7 chapters 6-9, pp. 81-129; 5/8 chapters 10-13, pp. 130-176; 5/9 end matter, 38 pp. 6/1-6/3 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, 6/1 front matter, chapters 1-3, pp. 16-56; 6/2 chapters 4-7, pp. 57-112; 6/3 chapters 8-10, pp. 113-154; 6/4 chapters 11-12, pp. 155-192; 6/5 end matter, pp. 193-221 and 13 pp 6/6-6/7 Galleys, "master set, first proof," edited and marked for typesetter, 6/6 front matter, chapters 1-7, pp. 7-65; 6/7 chapters 8-13, pp. 66-116, and end matter. 7/1-7/3 Dummy pages, photocopies, marked for typesetter, 7/1 front matter, pp. 1-55; 7/2 pp. 56-121; 7/3 pp. 122-190. BEYOND EARTH: THE SEARCH FOR EXTRATERRESTRIAL LIFE by Roy A. Gallant (New York: Four Winds Press, 1977) 8/1-8/5 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, 8/1 front matter, chapters 1-3, pp. 11-56; 8/2 chapters 4-6, pp. 57-110; 8/3 chapters 7-9, pp. 111-167; 8/4 chapters 10-12, pp. 168-217; 8/5 chapter 13, pp. 218-233, and end matter. 8/6-8/7 Galleys, "master proof," edited and marked for typesetter, with typescript insert, 8/6 front matter, chapters 1-8, pp. 1-29; 8/7 chapters 9-13, pp. 30-52, and end matter. 8/8-9/2 Galleys, "master proof," marked for typesetter, 8/8 front matter, pp. 3-1; 8/9 pp. 20-69; 9/1 pp. 70-121; 9/2 pp. 122-190. 9/3-9/8 Dummy pages, with paste-ups of typeset text and illustrations, 9/3 front matter, pp. 3-20; 9/4 pp. 21-52; 9/5 pp. 53-84; 9/6 pp. 85-116; 9/7 pp. 117-166; 9/8 pp. 167-198. Photocopies of corrected proofs, 2 pp. 10/1-10/5 Dummy pages with proofs of text and paste-ups of illustrations, 10/1 front matter, chapters 1-3, pp. 3-20; 10/2 chapters 4-6, pp. 21-70; 10/3 chapters 7-9, pp. 71-121; 10/4 chapters 10-12, pp. 122-164; 10/5 chapters 13, pp. 165-177, and end matter. 10/6-10/8 Proofs, unbound, "dummy," edited and marked for typesetter, with note, 10/6 front matter, pp. 1-80 in 3 signatures; 10/7 pp. 81-96, 4 versions; 10/8 pp. 97-191 in 3 signatures. 10/9 Paste-ups, half-title page, title page, and p. 137. Negatives, pp. vii, 137, 142, and unpaginated, 8 items. Note from publisher, 2 August 1977, 1 item. BIOLOGY: THE BEHAVIORAL VIEW by Roy A. Gallant, Roderick A. Suthers, advisory editor (Lexington, Mass: Xerox College Publishers, 1973). 11/1-12/1 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, 11/1 front matter, chapter 1, pp. 1-27; 11/2 chapter 2, pp. 28-79; 11/3 chapter 3, pp. 80-124; 11/4 chapter 4, pp. 125-163; 11/5 chapter 5, pp. 164-200; 11/6 chapter 6, pp. 201-248; 11/7 chapter 7, pp. 249-308A; 11/8 chapter 8, pp. 309-337; 11/9 chapter 9, pp. 338-378A; 11/10 chapter 10, pp. 379-425; 12/1 chapter 11, pp. 426-463; 12/2 chapter 12, pp. 464-507; 12/3 chapter 13, pp. 508-537; 12/4 chapter 14, pp. 538-569; 12/5 chapter 15, pp. 570-599; 12/6 chapter 16, pp. 600-627; 12/7 chapter 17, pp. 628-655; 12/8 chapter 18, pp. 656-679; 12/9 chapter 19, pp. 680-699; 12/10 chapter 20, pp. 700-726; 12/11 chapter 21, pp. 726A-758; 12/12 chapter 22, pp. 759-786; 12/13 chapter 23, pp. 787-816; 12/14 chapter 24, pp. 817-859; 12/15 end matter, 11 pp. 13/1-13/10 Typescript, glossary, edited and marked for typesetter, 13/1 57 pp.; 13/2 56 pp.; 13/3 56 pp.; 13/4 56 pp.; 13/5 55 pp.; 13/6 55 pp.; 13/7 56 pp.; 13/8 57 pp.; 13/9 52 pp.; 13/10 44 pp. 13/11-13/12 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, index 13/11 pp. 1-33; 13/12 pp. 34-67. 13/13-13/14 Typescripts, special photographic essays, edited and marked for typesetter, 13/13 "Voyage of the Beagle," photocopy, pp. 1-7; "Voyage of the Beagle," pp. 1-17; "Mimicry and Camouflage," pp. 1-8; 13/14 "Bioluminescence: Organisms That Make Their Own Light," photocopy, 8 pp.; "Bioluminescence: Organisms That Make Their Own Light," 8 pp.; "Searching for an Animal Model for Psychoses," 7 pp.; "Social Behavior in Primates," pp. 1-7. Chart, "Hormones: Their Chemical Nature and Effects," 2 items. [Oversize item, stored separately] Chart, pp. 30-32. [Oversize item, stored separately] 14/1-14/7 Galleys, edited, 14/1 front matter, chapters 1-2, pp. 1-45; 14/2 chapters 3-4, pp. 46-94; 14/3 chapters 5-6, pp. 95-151; 14/4 chapters 7-8, pp. 152-202; 14/5 chapters 9-11, pp. 203-275; 14/6 chapter 12, pp. 276-303, chapters 15-16, pp. 355-389; 14/7 chapters 17-20, pp. 390-458. 14/8 inserts, 15 pp. 15/1-15/12 Dummy pages with paste-ups of typeset text and photographic proofs of illustrations, "Suthers dummy." 15/1 front matter, chapters 1, pp. 1-13; 15/2 chapters 2-3, pp. 14-71; 15/3 chapters 4-5, pp. 72-121; 15/4 chapters 6-7, pp. 120-183; 15/5 chapters 8-9, pp. 184-227; 15/6 chapters 10-11, pp. 228-275; 15/7 chapters 12-13, pp. 276-325; 15/8 chapters 14-16, pp. 326-389; 15/9 chapters 17-19, pp. 390-439; 15/10 chapters 20-22, pp. 440-493; 15/11 chapters 23-24, pp. 494-551, end matter; 15/12 special photographic essays, inserts, 40 pp. CHARLES DARWIN: THE MAKING OF A SCIENTIST by Roy A. Gallant (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1972). 16/1-16/3 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, l6/1 front matter, chapters 1-3, pp. 1-39; 16/2 chapters 4-7, pp. 39a-107; 16/3 chapters 8-10, pp. 107a-157, and end matter. 17/1 Galleys, "final galley," pp. 1-60. 17/2-17/3 Galleys, "final galley," edited and marked for typesetter, 17/2 pp. 1-29; 17/3 pp. 30-60. 17/4-17/6 Galleys, "foundry proof," marked for typesetter, 17/4 front matter, pp. 1-50; 17/5 pp. 51-110; 17/6 pp. 111-174. 18/1-18/4 Dummy pages with paste-ups of typeset text and illustrations, corrected, 18/1 front matter, chapters 1-3, pp. 1-41; 18/2 chapters 4-5, pp. 42-85; 18/3 chapters 6-8, pp. 86-125; 18/4 chapters 9-10, pp. 126-174 and layout sheet. THE CONSTELLATIONS, HOW THEY CAME TO BE by Roy A. Gallant (New York: Four Winds Press, 1979). 19/1-19/4 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, 19/1 pp. 2-46; 19/2 pp. 47-85; 19/3 pp. 86-120; 19/4 pp. 121-156, and end matter. Photocopies of type samples, 4 pp. 19/5-19/6 Galleys, "master galleys," edited and marked for typesetter, 19/5 pp. 1-40; 19/6 pp. 41-81. DISCOVERING ROCKS AND MINERALS: A NATURE AND SCIENCE GUIDE TO THEIR COLLECTION AND IDENTIFICATION by Roy A. Gallant and Christopher J. Schuberth (Garden City, NY: Natural History Press, 1967). 19/7 Sketches for layouts, text only, graphite, colored pencil, and ink, front matter, pp. 26-125, and end matter, 18 items. 19/8-19/10 Typescript, original and photocopy, edited and marked for typesetter, 19/8 front matter, pp. 5-52; 19/9 pp. 53-100; 19/10 pp. 101-117, and end matter, Chart from pp. 112-114, 2 items. [Oversize item, stored separately] 20/1 Notes and invoice to printer, 5 items. Galleys, "reader's set," edited and marked for typesetter, 19 September 1966, pp. 1-30. 20/2 Galleys, "reader's set," edited and marked for typesetter, 20 September 1966, pp. 1-30. Galleys, "reader's set," edited and marked for typesetter, 9 October 1966, pp. 1-2. Galleys, "first proof," edited and marked for typesetter, 21 November 1966, captions, 3 pp. 20/3 Galleys, "reader's set," index, 27 February 1967, 3 pp. 20/3-20/4 Galleys, "first proof," 12 April 1967, 20/3 pp. 1-69; 20/4 pp. 70-127. 20/5-20/6 Galleys, negative, 25 April 1969, 20/5 pp. 1-53; 20/6 pp. 55-127. 21/1-21/14 Dummy pages with paste-ups of typeset text and illustrations, marked for typesetter, 21/1 layout page and front matter, 5 pp.; 21/2 pp. 8-17; 21/3 pp. 18-25; 21/4 pp. 26-35; 21/5 pp. 36-45; 21/6 pp. 46-55; 21/7 pp. 56-65; 21/8 pp. 66-75; 21/9 pp. 76-85; 21/10 pp. 86-95; 21/11 pp. 96-105; 21/12 pp. 106-115; 21/13 pp. 116-125; 21/14 pp. 126-127, and end matter. 21/15 Paste-ups, text, pp. 24-25, 31, and 38. EARTH'S CHANGING CLIMATE by Roy A. Gallant (New York: Four Winds Press, 1979). 22/1 Sketch, text only, graphite, charts, pp. 28 and 32. 22/1-22/5 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, 22/1 front matter, chapters 1-3, pp. 4-40; 22/2 chapters 4-5, pp. 41-73; 22/3 chapters 6-7, pp. 74-126; 22/4 chapters 8-9, pp. 127-161; 22/5 chapter 10, pp. 162-181, and end matter. 22/6-22/7 Galleys, "reader's set," edited and marked for typesetter, 22/6 pp. 1-37; 22/7 pp. 38-74. EARTH'S VANISHING FORESTS by Roy A. Gallant (NY: Macmillan, 1991). 23/1 Correspondence with Macmillan, 29 July 1992, 1 item. 23/1-23/6 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, 23/1 front matter, chapter 1, pp. 23-45; 23/2 chapters 2-3, pp. 46-85; 23/3 chapters 4-5, pp. 86-119; 23/4 chapters 6-8, pp. 120-160; 23/5 chapter 9, pp. 157-170, end matter; 23/6 end matter, 28 pp. 23/7-23/8 Proofs, "marked set," photocopy, edited and marked for typesetter, 23/7 front matter, chapters 1-5, pp. 1-73 23/8 chapters 6-9, pp. 74-113, and end matter. 23/9-23/10 Proofs, "master set," photocopy, edited and marked for typesetter 23/9 front matter, chapters 1-5, pp. 1-89; 23/10 chapters 6-9, pp. 90-137, and end matter. ** See Box 46 for additional materials for this title. EXPLORERS OF THE ATOM by Roy A. Gallant (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1973). 23/11-23/12 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, 23/11 front matter, pp. 1-30; 23/12 pp. 31-62, and end matter. Note to printer, 1 item. 24/1 Galleys, "final galley," "reader's set," edited and marked for typesetter, pp. 1-25. 24/2 Galleys, "page proof," edited and marked for typesetter, pp. 5-76 and 1 p. corrections. 24/3 Galleys, "foundry proof," marked for typesetter, pp. 1-80. EXPLORING CHEMISTRY by Roy A. Gallant, illustrated by Lee Ames (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1958). 24/4 Typescript, outline, edited, 2 pp. 24/4-24/5 Typescript, edited, 24/4 pp. 1-30; 24/5 pp. 31-58. Typescript, "experiments," edited, not published, pp. 59-67. Typescript, "insert B," edited, pp. 1-6. EXPLORING MARS by Roy A. Gallant, illustrated by Lowell Hess (Garden City, NY, Garden City Books, 1956). Revised edition (Garden City: Doubleday, 1968). 24/6 Sketch, text only, title page, revised edition, graphite, 1 item. Typescript, edited, chapters 1-6, pp. 1-39. 24/7 Typescript, edited, front matter, chapters 1-6, pp. 1-57. 24/8 Typescript, carbon, front matter, chapters 1-6, pp. 1-57. 24/9 Typescript, carbon, edited, front matter, chapters 1-6, pp. 1-55. 24/10 Dummy for revised edition, using hardbound first edition with typescript inserts and holograph notes, edited. 25/1-25/2 Typescript, revised edition, edited and marked for typesetter, 25/1 front matter, pp. 1-26; 25/2 pp. 27-53, and end matter. 25/3 Galleys, revised edition, first proof, edited and marked for typesetter, 20 December 1967, pp. 1-20. 25/4-25/5 Proofs, revised edition, with some text overlays, 25/4 front matter, pp. 7-34; 25/5 pp. 35-61, and end matter. 25/6-25/7 Dummy pages, photocopies, edited and marked for typesetter, 25/6 pp. 6-29; 25/7 pp. 30-61. 25/8 Proofs, edited and marked for typesetter, captions, 8 April 1968, 2 pp. EXPLORING THE MOON by Roy A. Gallant, illustrated by Lowell Hess (Garden City, NY: Garden City Books, 1955). Revised edition (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1966). 25/9 Typescript, edited, front matter, chapters 1-5, pp. 4-45. 25/10 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, front matter, pp. 4-40. 25/11 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, front matter, pp. 1-45, end matter, and holograph notes, 1 p. 25/12 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, front matter, pp. 1-39, and end matter. 25/13 Galleys, "Doubleday," edited and marked for typesetter, pp. 1-15. EXPLORING THE PLANETS by Roy A. Gallant, illustrated by John Polgreen (Garden City, NY: Garden City Books, 1958). Revised edition (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1967). 26/1 Sketches, revised edition, graphite and crayon, front matter, 2 items, Notes, manuscript, 3 pp. Notes, typescript, illustration ideas, 3 pp. Storyboard, graphite, 6 pp. 26/2-26/3 Typescript, edited, 26/2 front matter, pp. 1-34; 26/3 pp. 35-78. 26/4-26/5 Typescript, revised edition, edited and marked for typesetter, 29 July 1966, 26/4 front matter, pp. 1-41; 26/5 pp. 42-89, and end matter. 26/6 Typescript, index, pp. 1-10. Galleys, "1st Proof," 18 May 1967, index, 2 pp. 26/7 Dummy for revised edition, using hardbound first edition with typescript inserts and holograph notes, edited and marked for typesetter. EXPLORING THE SUN by Roy A. Gallant, illustrated by Lee J. Ames (Garden City, NY: Garden City Books, 1958). 26/8 Typescript, edited, outline, 2 pp. Holograph note, 1 item. Typescript, first draft, edited, chapters 1-5, pp. 1-43. 26/9 Typescript, carbon, edited, front matter, pp. 1-34. EXPLORING THE UNIVERSE by Roy A. Gallant, illustrated by Lowell Hess (Garden City, NY: Garden City Books, 1956). Revised edition (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1968). 27/1 Sketch, graphite and crayon, title page, revised edition, 1 item. Typescript, edited, pp. 1-30. 27/2 Photographs, pp. 30, 36, 37, and published, 14 items. 27/3 Dummy for revised edition, using hardbound first edition with typescript inserts and holograph notes, edited. 27/4 Typescript, carbon, front matter, pp. 1-67, and end matter. 27/5-26/6 Typescript, revised edition, edited and marked for typesetter, 27/5 front matter, pp. 1-39; 27/6 pp. 40-67, and end matter. 28/1 Proofs, text only, revised edition, 25 July 1967, front matter, pp. 5-64, and end matter. 28/2 Proofs, text only, revised edition, reader's set, edited, 25 July 1967, front matter, and pp. 5-64. 28/3 Galleys, revised edition, edited and marked for typesetter, 16 August 1967, front matter, and pp. 1-17. EXPLORING THE WEATHER by Roy A. Gallant, illustrated by Lowell Hess (Garden City, NY: Garden City Books, 1957). Revised edition (Garden City: Doubleday, 1969). 28/4 Holograph notes, 1 item. Paste-up, text only, graphite, title page. 28/5 Typescript, edited, chapters 1-5, pp. 1-41. 28/6 Letter to Gallant from Ernest J. Christie concerning typescript, 19 August 1956. Typescript, carbon, edited, front matter, pp. 1-41. 28/7 Dummy for revised edition, using hardbound first edition with typescript text inserts and holograph notes, edited. 28/8-28/9 Typescript, revised edition, edited and marked for typesetter, 28/8 front matter, chapters 1-3, pp. 1-35; 28/9 chapters 4-5, pp. 36A-62, and end matter. 28/10 Proofs, text only, revised edition, with note for designer, front matter and chapters 1-5, pp. 1-57. 28/11 Proofs, text only, revised edition, front matter and chapters 1-5, pp. 1-64. 28/12 Galleys, pp. 1-5 and end matter. Photocopy of galley page, edited. 29/13 Publisher's note, 25 September, 1 item. Galleys, "reader's set," edited and marked for typesetter, front matter, pp. 1-13. Galleys, photograph numbers, 1 p. FIRES IN THE SKY: THE BIRTH AND DEATH OF STARS by Roy A. Gallant (New York: Four Winds Press, 1978). 29/2-29/3 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, 29/2 front matter, chapters 1-7, pp. 9-69; 29/3 chapters 8-10, pp. 70-124, and end matter. 29/4 Galleys, "master set," edited and marked for typesetter, 23 February 1978, cover sheet and pp. 1-50. FOSSILS by Roy A. Gallant (New York: Franklin Watts, 1985). 29/5 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, pp. 2-46. FROM LIVING CELLS TO DINOSAURS by Roy A. Gallant, illustrations by Anne Canevari Green (New York: Franklin Watts, 1986). 29/6 Typescript, photocopy, edited, front matter, chapters 1-7, pp. 5-55, and end matter. 29/7 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, front matter, chapters 1-7, pp. 5-55, and end matter. 29/8 Galleys, front matter and pp. 4-31, 31 March 1986. HOW LIFE BEGAN: CREATION VERSUS EVOLUTION by Roy A. Gallant (New York: Four Winds Press, 1975). 30/1 Typescript, outline pp. 1-6. 30/2-30/6 Typescript, edited, with holograph notes, 30/2 front matter, chapter 1, pp. 1-14; 30/3 chapters 2-3, pp. 15-59; 30/4 chapters 4-5, pp. 60-103; 30/5 chapters 6-7, pp. 104-146; 30/6 chapters 8-9, pp. 147-172, and end matter. 30/7-30/11 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, 30/7 front matter, chapters 1-2, pp. 1-50; 30/8 chapters 3-4, pp. 51-90; 30/9 chapters 5-6, pp. 91-146A; 30/10 chapters 7-8, pp. 147-183; 30/11 chapter 9, pp. 184-193, and end matter. 31/1 Note, printed, to editor, 1 p. Galleys, "author's proof," marked for typesetter, 17 June 1975, 2 pp. 31/2-31/3 Galleys, "author's proof," marked for typesetter, 20 June 1975, 31/2 front matter, chapters 1-4, pp. 1-93; 31/3 chapters 5-9, pp. 95-200, and end matter. 31/4-31/5 Blueprints, in 6 signatures, 31/4 front matter, pp. 1-86; 31/5 pp. 87-206, and end matter. 31/6-31/7 Proofs, in 6 signatures, 31/6 front matter, pp. 1-86; 31/7 pp. 87-200, and end matter. Dust jacket. THE ICE AGES by Roy A. Gallant (New York: Franklin Watts, 1985). 31/8-31/9 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, irregular pagination, 31/8 front matter, chapters 1-5, pp. 1-31; 31/9 chapters 6-8, pp. 32-50, and end matter. Photocopy of cover, 1 item. LOST CITIES by Roy A. Gallant (New York: Franklin Watts, 1985). 31/10-31/11 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, 31/10 front matter, chapters 1-4, pp. 3-35; 31/11 chapters 5-7, pp. 36-64, and end matter. MAN MUST SPEAK: THE STORY OF LANGUAGE AND HOW WE USE IT by Roy A. Gallant (New York: Random House, 1969). 32/1 Correspondence to Random House, 13 March 1965, 1 item. Research material, 1967 and undated, 2 items. Article, "Grammar and Syntax of the Mass Media," by Roy A. Gallant. Holograph notes, 28 pp. Typescript notes, 3 pp. Typescript, outline, edited, pp. 1-6. 32/2 Typescript, "first and second drafts," edited, chapter 1, pp. 1-35. 32/3 Typescript, edited, irregular pagination, chapters 2-4, 64 pp. 32/4 Typescript, edited, irregular pagination, chapters 2-4, 38 pp. 32/5-32/6 Typescript, photocopy, edited, "Hall's copy," irregular pagination, 32/5 front matter, chapters 1-2, 67 pp.; 32/6 chapters 3-4, 61 pp. 32/7-32/8 Typescript, "old chapter one, new chapter two," original and photocopy, edited, irregular pagination, 32/7 chapter 1, 42 pp.; 32/8 chapters 2-3, 64 pp. 32/9-33/2 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, irregular pagination, 32/9 front matter, chapters 1, 48 pp.; 32/10 chapters 2-3, 62 pp.; 33/1 chapter 4, 41 pp.; 33/2 end matter, 22 pp. Typescript, edited, 3 pp. 33/3-33/4 Galleys, "reader's proof," edited, 33/3 pp. 1-22; 33/4 pp. 23-44. 33/5-33/6 Galleys, "reader's proof, master set," edited and marked for typesetter, 33/5 pp. 1-22; 33/6 pp. 23-44. 33/7-33/8 Galleys, "master set," marked for typesetter, 33/7 pp. 1-22; 33/8 pp. 23-44. 33/9-34/2 Dummy, with paste-ups of typeset text and illustrations, marked for typesetter, 33/9 front matter, pp. 2-38; 33/10 pp. 39-86; 34/1 pp. 87-134; 34/2 pp. 135-182. 34/3-34/6 Dummy pages, with paste-ups of holograph and typeset text and illustrations, marked for typesetter, 34/3 front matter, pp. 2-53; 34/4 pp. 54-85; 34/5 pp. 86-131; 34/6 pp. 132-177. 34/7-34/8 Proofs, "master set," edited and marked for typesetter, 34/7 front matter, pp. 3-88; 34/8 pp. 89-168, and end matter. 34/9 Proofs, marked for typesetter, front matter and end matter, 6 pp. Proofs, marked for typesetter, front matter and end matter, 6 pp. Proof, marked for typesetter, dust jacket. Proofs, front matter, 2 pp. MAN'S REACH FOR THE STARS by Roy A. Gallant (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1971). 35/1-35/2 Galleys, "final galley," 35/1 front matter, pp. 9-33; 35/2 pp. 34-63, and end matter. 35/3-35/4 Galleys, "final galley," edited, 35/3 front matter, pp. 9-32; 35/4 pp. 33-63, and end matter. 35/5-35/9 Typescript and dummy pages with paste-ups of typeset text, edited and marked for typesetter, 35/5 front matter, chapters 1-2, pp. 1-28; 35/6 chapter 3, pp. 29-52; 35/7 chapters 4-5, pp. 53-86; 35/8 chapters 6-7, pp. 87-141; 35/9 chapter 8, pp. 142-173, and end matter. 35/10 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, end matter, pp. 1-37. Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, end matter, pp. 1-11. 36/1 Layout sheets, with graphite text and paste-ups of photographic proofs, marked for typesetter, front matter, 5 pp. 36/2-36/6 Dummy pages with paste-ups of typeset text and illustrations, edited and marked for typesetter. 36/2 front matter, chapter 1, pp. 1-17; 36/3 chapter 2, pp. 18-31; 36/4 chapter 3, pp. 32-61; 36/5 chapter 4, pp. 62-85; 36/6 chapter 5, pp. 86-105; 36/7 chapter 6, pp. 106-125; 36/8 chapter 7, pp. 126-157; 36/9 chapter 8, pp. 158-185; 36/10 end matter, 5 pp. 37/1-37/2 Galleys, "final galley," with typescript inserts, edited and marked for typesetter, 37/1 front matter, pp. 9-32; 37/2 pp. 33-63, and end matter. 37/3-37/6 Galleys, "page proof, reader's set," marked for typesetter, 37/3 front matter, pp. 1-47; 37/4 pp. 48-99; 37/5 pp. 100-151; 37/6 pp. 152-185, and end matter. MAN'S REACH INTO SPACE by Roy Gallant, illustrated by Lee J. Adams (Garden City, NY: Garden City Books, 1959). Revised edition (Garden City: Doubleday, 1964). 37/7 Correspondence, research, 5 April 1963-14 August 1963, 22 items. 37/8-37/10 Typescript, edited, irregular pagination, 37/8 pp. 1-27; 37/9 pp. 28-71; 37/10 pp. 72-103. 37/11 Typescript, "first draft," edited, front matter and pp. 1-11. 38/12 Dummy for revised edition, using hardbound first edition with typeset text inserts and holograph notes, edited, with dust jacket. MAN THE MEASURER: OUR UNITS OF MEASURE AND HOW THEY GREW by Roy A. Gallant (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1972). 38/2-38/3 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, 38/2 front matter, pp. 2-36; 38/3 pp. 37-58, and end matter. Style sheet, photocopy. 38/4 Galleys, "reader's set," with typescript insert, edited and marked for typesetter, front matter, 13 August 1971, pp. 5-24, and end matter. 38/5 Galleys, "reader's set," marked for typesetter, 26 October 1971, front matter, pp. 13-95, and end matter. MEMORY: HOW IT WORKS AND HOW TO IMPROVE IT by Roy A. Gallant (New York: Four Winds Press, 1980). 38/6-38/7 Typescript, edited, 38/6 front matter, chapters 1-4, pp. 6-52; 38/7 chapters 5-6, pp. 53-105, and end matter. 39/1-39/2 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, 39/1 front matter, pp. 6-52; 39/2 pp. 53-105, 39/3 end matter, 20 pp. 39/4-39/5 Galleys, "master proof," edited and marked for typesetter, 39/4 front matter, pp. 3-27; 39/5 pp. 28-57. 39/6 Galleys, edited and marked for typesetter, front matter and end matter, 5 pp. 39/7-39/8 Proofs, "master proof," marked for typesetter, 39/7 front matter, chapters 1-4, pp. 1-51; 39/8 chapters 5-6, pp. 52-104, and end matter. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PICTURE ATLAS OF OUR UNIVERSE by Roy A. Gallant, prepared by National Geographic Book Service, edited by Margaret Sedeen (Washington D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1980). 40/1-40/4 Proofs, 17 June - 15 July 1980, irregular pagination, 40/1 front matter, pp. 9-75; 40/2 pp. 78-165; 40/3 pp. 166-223; 40/4 pp. 224-262, and end matter. ONCE AROUND THE GALAXY by Roy A. Gallant (New York: Franklin Watts, 1983). 40/5-40/8 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, 40/5 front matter, chapter 1, pp. 3-24; 40/6 chapters 2-3, pp. 25-63; 40/7 chapters 4-6, pp. 64-96; 40/8 chapter 7, pp. 97-105, and end matter. 41/1-41/3 Final proof, unbound, in 3 signatures, 41/1 front matter, pp. 5-24; 41/2 pp. 25-56; 41/3 pp. 57-76, and end matter. 101 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT THE UNIVERSE by Roy A. Gallant (New York: Macmillan, 1984). 41/4-41/6 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, 41/4 front matter, pp. 1-36; 41/5 pp. 37-86; 41/6 end matter, 23 pp. 41/7-41/8 Galleys, photocopy, "master set," edited and marked for typesetter. 41/7 front matter, pp. 10-26; 41/8 pp. 27-44, and end matter. Proofs, marked for typesetter, end matter, 4 items. OUR RESTLESS EARTH by Roy A. Gallant, illustrations by Anne Canevari Green (New York: Franklin Watts, 1986). 41/9-41/10 Typescript, photocopy, edited, 41/9 cover, front matter, chapters 1-4, pp. 6-34; 41/10 chapters 5-9, pp. 35-60, and end matter. 41/11-41/12 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, 41/11 front matter, chapters 1-5, pp. 6-36; 41/12 chapters 6-9, pp. 37-60, and end matter, Style sheet, 1 item. Word sheet, 1 item. 41/13 Galleys, photocopy, edited, front matter, pp. 4-33. 41/14 Galleys, photocopy, edited, 28 March 1986, with holograph noted dated 8 April 1986, front matter, pp. 4-33. THE PEOPLING OF PLANET EARTH: HUMAN POPULATION GROWTH THROUGH THE AGES by Roy A. Gallant (New York: Macmillan, 1990). 42/1 Research material, pamphlet, photocopy of article, 2 items. Holograph notes, 7 items. 42/2 Typescript notes, edited, 14 pp. 42/3 Letter to and from Ed, 6 September 1988, with enclosed typescript; Enclosure: Typescript, edited by Ed, irregular pagination, 26 pp. 42/4-42/9 Letter from Macmillan Company with enclosed typescript, 42/4 Letter, 6 July 1990, 1 p. Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, front matter, pp. 1-12; 42/5 chapters 1-3, pp. 13-55; 42/6 chapters 4-6, pp. 56-93; 42/7 chapters 7-9, pp. 94-137; 42/8 chapters 10-11, pp. 138-169; 42/9 end matter, 35 pp. 42/10 Typescripts, end matter, 10 pp. Holograph and typescript notes on illustrations, 5 items. 42/11 Typescript, captions, pp. 1-15 and 3 pp. typeset text. Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, captions, pp. 1-15 and 3 pp. typeset text. Typescript, edited, dust jacket flaps, 2 pp. 42/12 Typescript, "Bonnichsen's comments," edited, irregular pagination, 6 pp. Typescript, edited, irregular pagination, 8 pp. Typescript, edited, irregular pagination, 12 pp. 43/1-43/4 Galleys, photocopies, "not the master set," 28 July 1989 and 1 August 1989, 43/1 front matter, pp. 16-30; 43/2 pp. 31-60; 43/3 pp. 61-90; 43/4 pp. 91-114; Galleys, photocopies, 19 December 1989, end matter, 2 pp. Galleys, photocopies, 21 December 1989, end matter, 5 pp. 43/5 Typescripts, inserts for galleys, edited, 9 pp. 43/6 Letter from Macmillan Company, 2 January 1990, with enclosed proofs; Enclosure: Proofs of maps, photocopies, edited, 15 pp. Proof of dust jacket, photocopy, with holograph note, Promotional bookmark, 1 item. THE PLANETS: EXPLORING THE SOLAR SYSTEM by Roy A. Gallant (New York: Four Winds Press, 1989). 44/1-44/4 Letter from Four Winds Press with enclosed typescript, 44/1 Letter, 22 December 1982, 1 p. Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, 44/2 front matter, chapters 1-7, pp. 3-52; 44/3 chapters 8-14, pp. 53-107; 44/4 end matter, 29 pp. Typescript, art, 5 pp. Proofs, photocopies, with typescript inserts, edited and marked for typesetter, end matter, 19 pp. THE PRIVATE LIVES OF THE STARS by Roy A. Gallant (New York: Macmillan, 1986). 44/5-44/6 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, 17 January 1986, 44/5 front matter, chapters 1-5, pp. 10-52; 44/6 chapters 6-9, pp. 53-100, and end matter. 44/7 Photographs, marked "Exploring Universe," pp. 5, 11, 30, 34, 71, and 83. 44/8-44/9 Galleys, "master set," edited and marked for typesetter, 26 March 1986. 44/8 front matter, pp. 5-40; 44/9 pp. 41-71, and end matter. 45/1-45/2 Dummy pages, marked for typesetter, photocopies, 45/1 front matter, pp. 1-51; 45/2 pp. 52-99, and end matter. RAINBOWS, MIRAGES, AND SUNDOGS: THE SKY AS A SOURCE OF WONDER by Roy A. Gallant (New York: Macmillan, 1987). 45/3-45/4 Typescript, edited and marked for typesetter, 45/3 front matter, chapters 1-4, pp. 9-48; 45/4 chapters 5-8, pp. 49-88, and end matter. 45/5-45/6 Galleys, "master," photocopies, marked for typesetter, 23 October 1986, 45/5 front matter, chapters 1-4, pp. 4-19; 45/6 chapters 5-8, pp. 20-37, and end matter. 45/7-45/8 Dummy pages, photocopies, marked for typesetter, 45/7 front matter, chapters 1-5, pp. 3-45; 45/8 chapters 6-8, pp. 46-87. THE RISE OF MAMMALS by Roy A. Gallant, illustrations by Anne Canevari Green (New York: Franklin Watts, 1986). 45/9 Correspondence from Franklin Watts, Inc., 20 August 1986, with enclosed typescript; Enclosure: Typescript, photocopy, edited, front matter, pp. 1-34, and end matter. 45/10 Galleys, photocopies, marked for typesetter, 3 April 1986, front matter, pp. 3-20, and end matter. EARTH'S VANISHING FORESTS by Roy A. Gallant (New York: Macmillan, 1991). 46/11 Paste-up, photocopy, pp. 1-149. ** See Box 23 for other materials for this title.
    Separation List
    Chart, "Hormones: Their Chemical Nature and Effects," Biology: The Behavioral View, 2 items. [Removed to map case] Chart, Biology: The Behavioral View, pp. 30-32. [Removed to map case] Chart, Discovering Rocks and Minerals: A Nature and Science Guide to Their Collection and Identification, pp. 112-114, 2 items. Duplicates - 4 items of correspondence.
    Processed: October 1992 Revised: June 11, 2001

    Biographical Sketch | Scope & Content | Related Collections | Series & Subseries | Box Inventory
    [Return to top]

    ABOUT USCOLLECTION HIGHLIGHTS | RESEARCH | SHOWCASE | RELATED SITES

    SEARCH the ON-LINE CATALOG | FINDING AID SEARCH | SPECIAL COLLECTIONS

    USM LIBRARIES | SITE INDEX | USM HOME

    Contact:
    The de Grummond Children's Literature Collection
    Box 5148
    Hattiesburg, MS 39406
    (601) 266-4349
    Comments and Questions

    This page created by Instructional Media Unit Webteam and maintained by de Grummond Collection.
    Office of Technology Resources
    The University of Southern Mississippi
    http://www.lib.usm.edu/legacy/degrum/public_html/ | Last updated May 10, 2002.
    AA/EOE/ADAI