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Collection Title: Newspaper Collection

Collection Number: M 174 unprocessed

Dates: 19th-20th centuries

Provenance: Various.

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

The Newspaper Collection comprises issues from the following newspapers:

Albany, New York, Daily Albany Argus, 1829, 1830, 1831 (3 issues).
Political news, advertisements, and pencil drawings as illustrations.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN1.A42a N532.

Amory, Mississippi, The Amory Advertiser, 1979, 1984 (2 issues)
Two special railroad festival editions.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.A46 A39.

Atlanta, Georgia, Southern Confederacy, 1864 (1 issue).
Paper of largest circulation in Georgia at the time; news articles and advertisements.

Augusta, Georgia, Daily Constitutionalist, 1864 (1 issue).
Advertisements, auction notices, some editorials.

Augusta, Georgia, The Southern Field and Fireside, 1863, 1864 (4 issues).
Agricultural and literary news, original literary compositions.

Bay Springs, Mississippi, The Jasper County News, 1928 (1 issue).
News, political ads, local ads.

Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, Hancock County Eagle, 1958 (1 issue).
Centennial edition.
See a second copy in the Mississippiana Collection in the McCain Library, call number F349.B3 H3 1958.

Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, The Sea Coast Echo, 1942 (1 issue).
Golden Jubilee edition.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.B39 S43.

Biloxi, Mississippi, Biloxi Daily Herald, 1908 (1 issue).
Christmas edition.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.B55 H47.

Birmingham, Alabama, The Birmingham News, 1961.
Special section "Memorial to the Confederacy".
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN1.B56n A316.

Blue Ribbon, Mississippi, The Southern Reposure, 1956 (1 issue).
Satirical newspaper that parodies the segregation of the Scots-Irish.

Boston, Massachusetts, Boston Semi-Weekly Advertiser, 1861, 1864, 1865 (3 issues).
February 20, 1861: Lincoln, slavery, tariff issues.
July 2, 1864: Lincoln accepts Presidential nomination, Secretary Chase resigns, and reports of Maine Union convention.
February 11, 1865: Army of the Potomac, 38th Congress, report of correspondence who escaped from a rebel prison at Salisburg.

Booneville, Mississippi, The Banner Independent, 1983 (1 issue).
Special issue "A Photo Album of Old Prentiss County".

Burlington, Vermont, The Burlington Times, 1863 (3 issues).
March 17: General Hooker's testimony before a Senate Committeeconcerning the Battle of Fredericksburgh.
July 22: Battle of Jackson, Mississippi; domestic articles; article on Union State nomination.
July 23: Occupation of Jackson, Mississippi and fall of Yazoo City, Mississippi; article "The Causes of War".

Camp Shelby, Mississippi, "Reveille", 1941-1944.
Weekly newspaper of U.S. Armed Forces base Camp Shelby, located near Hattiesburg, Mississippi.

Charleston, South Carolina, The Charleston Courier, 1865 (1 issue).
Funeral of Lincoln and information on John Willkes Booth, including letter written by Booth.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN1.C53 S726.

Charleston, South Carolina, Charleston Daily Courier, 1864 (1 issue).
News about General Lee, business and domestic news. [reproduction]
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN1.C53 S726.

Charleston, South Carolina, The Charleston Mercury, 1863-1864 (7 issues).
Civil War in Mississippi, especially Vicksburg and Grand Gulf area.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN1.C53 S726.

Charleston, South Carolina, The Tri-Weekly Mercury, 1863 (1 issue).
Battle on the Rappahannock, Vicksburg campaign, Knights of the Golden Circle.

Chicago, Illinois, Chicago Daily News, 1959 (1 issue).
Lincoln sesquicentennial section.

Chicago, Illinois, The Chicago Sunday Tribune, 1909 (1 issue).
Lincoln centenary edition.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN1.C56d I292.

Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati Daily Commercial, 1865 (1 issue).
Lincoln assassination, news regarding the end of the Civil War, reports from Savannah and Philadelphia.

Cleveland, Mississippi, The Bolivar Commercial, 1976 (1 issue).
Centennial edition.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.C64 B65.

Cleveland, Mississippi, Cleveland Enterprise, 1902-1945 (16 microfilm reels).
Some issues missing.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.C64 E58.

Coffeeville, Mississippi, The Dollar Democrat, 1845 (1 issue).
Political annoucements, advertisements. Published by E. Percy Howe.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.O94 D65.

Columbia, Mississippi, The Columbian Progress, 1986 (1 issue).
175th anniversary of Marion County edition.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.C653 C65.

Columbia, Mississippi, The Pearl River News, 1896 (1 issue).
Local news, advertisements.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.C653 P43.

Columbia, South Carolina, The Daily South Carolinian, 1863 (1 issue).
News from Mississippi, attack on Charleston, Northern news, press association news, list of unclaimed letters at the Post Office.

Columbus, Mississippi, The Commercial Dispatch, 1985, 1990 (1 issue).
Special Tombigbee Waterway edition, featuring commercial activities in the Golden Triangle area.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.C654 D59.

Columbus, Ohio, The Crisis, 1862, 1863 (2 issues).
Civil War and other news, obituaries, advertisements, President Lincoln's Emancipation Address.

Cross Anchor, South Carolina, Carolina Progessionist, 1859 (2 issues).
Southern liberal newspaer published during the Civil War, supporting the abolition of slavery.

Danville, Virginia, The Individualist, 1946 (1 issue).
Bi-monthly publication dedicated to the defense of individual freedom and constitutional government.

Denver, Colorado, Showers of Blessing, 1946 (5 issues).
Official publication of "House of Prayer for All People" published weekly by evangelist William L. Blessing.

Detroit, Michigan, The Detroit Free Press, 1912 (1 issue).
Contains masterpieces of Ameican illustrators.

Edgefield, South Carolina, The Edgefield Advertiser, 1861 (1 issue).
Lincoln's inaugural address; reports of actions of the Southern Congress.

Elmira, New York, Elmira Daily Advertiser, 1885 (8 issues).
Death of Ulysses S. Grant.

Elmira, New York, Elmira Gazette, 1885 (1 issue).
Death of Ulysses S. Grant.

Elmira, New York, Elmira Telegram, 1885 (1 issue).
Death of Ulysses S. Grant. Includes letter dictated by Grant on Julyl 2, 1885.

Elmira, New York, The Elmira Tidings, 1885 (2 issues).
April 12: Condition of Ulysses S. Grant.
July 26: Death of Ulysses S. Grant.

Englewood, California, American Digest, 1946.
"Defender of the American Republic and the American Way of Life".

Eupora, Mississippi, The Progress Warden, 1919 (1 issue).
The Eupora Progress (established 1889) and the Walthall Warden (established 1881) were consolidated in 1908 to form The Progress Warden.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.E97 P76.

Fairbanks, Alaska, Daily News Miner, 1958 (1 issue).
Statehood edition.

Fayetteville, North Carolina, Fayetteville Observer, 1863 (1 issue).
Article on General James Johnson Petigrew.

Fort Scott, Kansas, Fort Scott Democrat, 1858 (1 issue).
Published while Kansas was a Territory. News, public notices, literature, and advertisements.

Friar's Point, Mississippi, The Coahomian, 1876 (1 issue).
Vol. I, No. 6. Weekly.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.F75 C63.

Greensboro, Alabama, The Southern Watchman, 1945.
Political comment, agricultural information, references to World War II.

Greensburgh, Pennsylvania, The Pennsylvania Argus, 1851 (1 issue).
Published in Westmoreland County. Contains speech by a Mississippian running for office of auditor. News, political articles, farming news, poetry, and advertisements.

Greenwood, Mississippi, Pages, 1943, 1944 (2 issues).
Pages 1 and 2 only. Published by Lawrence Printing Company, Inc.

Greenwood, Mississippi, The Staple Cotton Review, 1940, 1941, 1945 (4 issues).
Official monthly publication of The Staple Cotton Cooperative Association.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number HD9071 .S7.

Guinea Gold, 1945.
Southern edition (American) identified as printed "In the Field".

Gulfport, Mississippi, Coast Labor News, 1939 (4 issues).
Official publication of Gulfport Central Labor Union and Biloxi Central Labor Council.

Gulf Coast, Mississippi, The Sun / The Herald, 1979 (2 issues).
Hurricane Camille commemorative edition, Parts I and II. Examines the Mississippi Gulf Coast ten years after Hurricane Camille struck the area.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.B55 S86.

Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Hattiesburg American, 1917, 1918, 1922, 1929, 1941, 1944, 1945, 1989 [some issues incomplete]
October 31, 1917: First issue published under new ownership; special section commemorates Camp Shelby.
November 29-December 22, 1922: Bound volume.
April 26, 1929: Impeachment of Louisiana Governor Huey P. Long.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.H38 A44.

Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Hattiesburg American, 1938 (1 issue).
Hitler threatens Czechoslovakia.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.H38 A44.

Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Hattiesburg American, 1938 (1 issue).
Conditions in pre-World War II Europe.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.H38 A44.

Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Hattiesburg American, 1938 (1 issue).
Death of President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.H38 A44.

Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Hattiesburg American, 1945 (2 issues).
Japan's surrender at end of World War II.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.H38 A44.

Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Hattiesburg American, 1949 (1 issue).
Russia explodes atom bomb.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.H38 A44.

Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Hattiesburg American, 1950 (1 issue).
Hattiesburg native Joe Delia becomes trapper in Alaska.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.H38 A44.

Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Hattiesburg American, 1960 (1 issue).
Hurricane Donna, which struck the East Coast of the United States.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.H38 A44.

Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Hattiesburg American, 1976 (1 issue).
Bicentennial of the United States.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.H38 A44.

Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Hattiesburg American, 1982 (1 issue).
100 years of Hattiesburg history.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.H38 A44.

Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Hattiesburg American, 1983 (1 issue).
"The Pine Belt Story".
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.H38 A44.

Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Hattiesburg American, 1997 (1 issue).
100th anniversary edition.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.H38 A44.

Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Camp Shelby Guide, 1989 (1 issue).
Guide to summer activities in Hattiesburg of interest to National Guard troops in training at Camp Shelby. Published by the Hattiesburg American.

Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Hattiesburg Democrat, 1894 (1 issue).
Local news, advertisements. Hattiesburg was part of Perry County at the time.

Hattiesburg, Mississippi, The Hattiesburg News, 1910, 1911 (3 issues).
October 13, December 12, 1910: meetings of Confederate veterans.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.H38 A44.

Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Hattiesburg Weekly Citizen, 1906, 1928 (2 issues).
Local news, advertisements.

Hazlehurst, Mississippi, The Hazlehurst Courier, 1929 (1 issue).
Official organ of Copiah County, published by E.W. Taylor.

Huntsville, Alabama, The Democrat, 1861 (1 issue).
Includes information about events immediately prior to the beginning of the Civil War.

Indianapolis, Indiana, The Indianapolis Sunday Star, 1915 (1 issue).
City Life Section containing article entitled "Maze of 'Lincoln Trails' in Indiana Perplexes Commission Seeking True Route".

Jackson, Mississippi, The Clarion Ledger, 1963, 1974 (4 issues).
November 23, 1963: Lyndon Johnson's swearing-in after Kennedy assassination.
November 26, 1963: Funeral of President Kennedy.
August 9, 1974: Resignation of President Nixon.
August 10, 1974: Swearing-in of President Ford.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.J34 C75.

Jackson, Mississippi, Clarion Ledger, 1945 (1 issue).
May 6, 1945: End of World War II prior to German surrender.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.J34 C75.

Jackson, Mississippi, Daily Clarion Ledger, 1937 (1 issue).
The paper's centennial edition.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.J34 C74.

Jackson, Mississippi Mississippi Free Lance, 1923-1928, 1932 (4 vols., 2 issues).
Established October 1923 by J.R. Oliphant, managing editor, and
Theodore G. Bilbo, business manager. By the end of 1923 Bilbo took control of the paper and used it as a forum for his political opinions.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.J33 M577.
See also Bilbo (Theodore G.) Papers, M 2.

Jackson, Mississippi, Mississippi Labor Federationist, 1941 (1 issue).
Advocated loyalty to American Federatio of Labor, promotion of industrial prosperity, and cooperation of workers. Dedicated to "the Social and Economic Advancement ofMississippi Workers".

Jackson, Mississippi, Mississippi Overseas Veteran, 1946 (1 issue).
Published monthly by Mississippi Department of Veterans of Foreign Wars.

Jackson, Mississippi, Mississippi Veteran, 1947, 1956-1961.
Official publication of the Mississippi American Legion.

Jackson, Mississippi, Mississippi Vocational News, 1940 (1 issue).
Published monthly by Mississippi State Board for Vocational Education.
See also copies in the Mississippiana Collection of the McCain Library, call number LC1044.M7 M58.

Jackson, Mississippi, The Searchlight, 1934 (1 issue).
"A newspaper devoted to the Interest of the People of Mississippi", edited by William Thornton.

Jackson, Mississippi, The Southern Review, 1967 (1 issue).
"A Journal for Patriots", edited by Elmore D. Greaves and expressing opposition to Communism and integration.

Jackson, Mississippi, State Times, 1955 (1 issue).
Vol. I, No. 1 of "The Newspaper Owned by the People", established in response to public demand for an independent newspaper.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.J33 S733.

Jackson, Mississippi, Vardaman's Weekly, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922 (2 vols).
James K. Vardaman, former governor and senator from Mississippi, established this newspaper as an organ for his political views.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.J33 I87.

Kingston, New York, Ulster County Gazette, 1800 (1 issue).
Life and death of George Washington. Framed reprint.

Lansingburgh, New York, Lansingburgh Gazette, 1865 (1 issue).
Lee's surrender and other Civil War news.

Leakesville, Mississipp,i Greene County Herald, 1930 (4 issues).
Only newspaper published in Greene County. "Devoted to the Development of Greene County."
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.L43 G74.

Lincoln, Nebraska, The Commoner, 1909 (1 issue).
Owned and edited by William Jennings Bryan.

Little Rock, Arkansas, Arkansas Gazette, 1918 (1 issue).
World War I armistice.

London, England, The London Chronicle / Universal Evening Post, 1757.
Foreign, local, and political news, plus articles about shipping and trade.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN1.5.E54 L66c.

Louisville, Kentucky, Kentucky Irish American, 1963 (1 issue).
Weekly, printed in green ink in celebration of St. Patrick's Day.

Lumberton, Mississippi, The Lumberton Head-Block, 1913 (1 issue).

Maben, Mississippi, The Maben Press, 1910 (1 issue).
Owned and edited by E. Lovett.

Macon, Georgia, The Christian Index, 1864 (2 issues).
A Baptist publication. Soldier's editions.

Madison, Wisconsin, The Progressive: La Follette's Magazine, 1938 (1 issue).
Political.

McComb, Mississippi, Enterprise Journal, 1972 (1 issue).
Paper's centennial edition.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.M43 E58.

Meridian, Mississippi, The American Progress, 1935 (1 issue).
Published monthly. Editor John D. Klorer.

Meridian, Mississippi, The Legion News, 1945 (1 issue).
Official publication of T.C. Carter, Jr. Post No. 21.

Meridian, Mississippi, Poll Taxer, 1939 (2 issues).
"The weekly News-Magazine for Mississippians".

Minneapolis, Minnesota, Taglische Volkszeitung, 1900 (1 issue).
German language newspaper.

Mobile, Alabama, The Mobile Press Register, 1945, 1961 (1 vol., 2 issues).
November 25, 1945: History of World War II.
June 4, 1961: Anniversary issue commemorating the 250th birthday of Mobile.
Includes 72-page supplement on the history of Mobile.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN1.M63p A43.

Montpelier, Vermont, Walton's Daily Journal, 1862 (1 issue).
Domestic matters, up-coming elections, list of election candidates.

Mt. Olive, Mississippi, Mt. Olive Tribune, 1954 (1 issue).
Official journal of Mt. Olive. Published by Tribune Publishing Company, R.H. Watkins, editor.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.M86 T75.

Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Daily Rebel Banner, 1862 (1 issue).
Civil War news, proclamation by President Jefferson Davis concerning execution of William B. Mumford in New Orleans for pulling down the American flag.

Nashville, Tennessee, Nashville Daily Gazette, 1861 (2 issues).
Mostly political and commercial advertisements, with some news reports, articles, and announcements.

Nashville, Tennessee, Nashville Gazette, 1861 (1 issue).
Political news, reports of actitivies at Charleston, right of secession, and the Arkansas election.

Nashville, Tennessee, Republican Banner, 1861 (1 issue).
Domestic remedies, sovereignty of conventions, theory of secession.

Nashville, Tennessee, The Southern Patriotr, 1946 (1 issue).
Published monthly by the Southern Conference for Human Welfare in New Orleans.

Natchez, Mississippi, The Natchez Democrat, 1932, 1933, 1966, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1988 (9 issues).
Eight of the issues are Natchez Pilgrimage editions.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.N39 D36.

New Orleans, Louisiana, The Times-Democrat, 1895-1901.
The major daily newspaper in New Orleans at that time.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN1.N48p L888.

New Orleans, Louisiana, The Times Picayune, 1918, 1944 (3 issues).
Two 1918 issues contain news about World War I and the Armistice. The 1944 issue is incomplete.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN1 .N48p L888.

New York, New York, The Christian Herald, 1925.
"An Illustrated News Weekly for the Home".

New York, New York, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1885 (1 issue).
Ulysses S. Grant memorial; photographs of Grant taking the Presidential oath of office and of the Union Army entering Vicksburg.

New York, New York, The Evening Post, 1860, 1861 (2 issues).
July 26, 1860: Articles on slavery.
February 20, 1861: Articles on the state of the nation, President Lincoln's policies, and Confederate President Jefferson Davis.

New York, New York, New York Caucasian Day-Book, 1866.
Weekly general newspaper; articles on Civil War and aftermath.

New York, New York, New York Commercial Advertiser, 1847 (7 issues).
Mostly advertisements; some articles.

New York, New York, New York Daily Tribune, 1842, 1847, 1848, 1852, 1861 (14 issues).
Pre-Civil War issues containing political articles, essays, local news, and advertisements.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN1.N49tr N532.

New York, New York, New York Evening Post, 1806, 1812 (4 issues).
Advertisements and public notices.

New York, New York, The New York Herald, 1837, 1861, 1862, 1863, 1864, 1865.
Stories about the Civil War, including battles in Mississippi.
May 17-June 1, 1863: Stories about the Battle of Vicksburg.
March 5, 1865: Lincoln inauguration and address.
April 15, 1865: "Extra" on Lincoln assassination.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN1.N49tr N532.

New York, New York, New York Mirror, 1837 (1 issue).
"A weekly journal devoted to literature and the fine arts.
Includes Clement C. Moore' poem "A Visit from St. Nicholas" ("Twas thenight before Christmas ...").

New York, New York, Stars and Stripes, 1945 (1 issue).
Daily newspaper of the U.S. Armed Forces in the European Theater of World War II, containing home front as well as war news.
April 3, 1945: Paris edition.

New York, New York, The Statesman, 1828 (1 issue).
Political newspaper with short news stories and some advertisements.

New York, New York, The New York Times, 1860, 1861, 1862, 1863, 1864, 1865, 1866, 1870 (18 issues).
Earlier issues contain stories about the Civil War. Otherwise, national and local news.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN1.N49ti N532.

New York, New York, The Voice of Ethiopia, 1939 (1 issue).
Weekly. "A Paper for the vast Universal Black Commonwealth and Friends of Ethiopia Everywhere".

Pascagoula, Mississippi, Ingalls News, 1945 (2 issues).
Published for the workers at the Ingalls Shipbuilding Corporation.
See also print copy in the Mississippiana Collection in the McCain Library, call number VM1 .I5 .

Paulding, Mississippi, The Eastern Clarion, 1961 (1 issue).
Contains reprint of front page of paper for July 26, 1861.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.P38 E27.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, The CIO News, 1939 (1 issue).
Official weekly publication of the Congress of Industrial Organizations.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, The Press, 1857 (1 issue).
Single page, laminated with speeches by Stephen A. Douglas.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, The Saturday Evening Post, 1862, 1863 (4 issues).
September 27, 1862: Battle of Sharpsburg.
October 4, 1862: Proclamations by President Lincoln; agricultural news.
May 16, 1863: Sketch of U.S. Gunboats Louisville, Carondelet, and Pittsburgh on Deer Creek.
May 23, 1863: Sketches of Polish history.
See also microfiche copy in the Cook Library, in alphabetical order.

Picayune, Mississippi, The Picayune Item, 1964, 1979 (2 issues).
1964: 60th Anniversary Progress edition.
1979: Supplement containing historical information.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.P56 P43.

Picayune, Mississippi, Thigpen's Store News, 1946 (2 issues).
Published by Thigpen Hardware Company.
See also Thigpen (S.G.) Papers.

Poplarville, Mississippi, The Free Press, 1903, 1937, 1938.
Some issues contain column written by Theodore G. Bilbo.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.P67 F74.
See Bilbo (Theodore G.) Papers, M 2.

Poplarville, Mississippi, The Weekly Democrat, 1953.
Insert from the March 12 issue.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.P67 D46.

Portsmouth, New Hampshire, The Portsmouth Journal, 1860 (1 issue).
Stories about Auburn, New Hampshire poisoning case.

Quitman, Mississippi, The Clarke County Tribune, 1983 (1 issue).
Section C only.

Raleigh, North Carolina, Tri-Weekly Standard, 1861 (2 issues).
January 26: Action of the state legislature.
February 7: Article on classification of Congress and letter from S.A. Douglas.

Richmond, Virginia, Daily Dispatch, 1861, 1865 (3 issues).
April 13, 1861: Proceedings of Virginia State Convention [reproduction].
February 10, 1865: Articles on Negroes, real estate, auctions, war news.
March 29, 1865: Treasury news and special notice to banks and private capitalists in the Confederacy.

Richmond, Virginia, Daily Richmond Examiner, 1862 (1 issue).
Contains official report of the Battle of Shiloh and the surrender of C.S.A. Steamer A.C. White, other battle reports, war and civilian news.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN1.R532d V57.

Richmond, Virginia, The Magnolia Weekly, 1863, 1864 (11 issues).
Home journal of literature and general news.

Richmond, Virginia, Richmond Enquirer, 1861 (1 issue).
Contains official report of bombardment of Fort Sumter, reports from Southern states, actions of governor of Virginia, speech from Virginia State Convention, and article entitled "The Future of the North".
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number XX(819224.1) [being cataloged].

Richmond, Virginia, Richmond Whig, 1865 (2 issues).
February 13: News from Confederate States Congress and General Assembly of Virginia.
February 15: Confederate President Jefferson Davis' proclamation of day of fasting, humiliation, and prayer with thanksgiving.

Richmond, Virginia, The Soldier's Visitor, 1864 (1 issue).
Vol. II, No. 5. Published by Presbyterian Committee of Publication.

Richmond, Virginia, Southern Illustrated News, 1863 (1 issue).
Biographical story about General Samuel Cooper.

Ripley, Mississippi, The Ripley Advertiser, 1889 (2 issues).
Local news and advertisements. Published and edited by R.F. Ford.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.R57 A38.

Rodney, Mississippi, Alcorn Lever, 1898 (1 issue).
Published monthly during the school year by students at Alcorn A&M College in Rodney.

Rome, Georgia, The Weekly Southerner, 1861 (1 issue).
Contains biographical sketch of E.A. Nisbet and geographical sketch of Cape Hatteras and vicinity.

St. Paul, Minnesota, Tagliche Volkszeitung, 1900.
Identified as the only German-language daily in the northwest.

San Francisco, California, The Buck an' a Quarter, 1944 (1 issue).
First anniversary edition of the official publication of the 125th Naval Construction Battalion.

Senatobia [?], Mississippi, The Tate County Democrat, n.d. (1 issue).
Photos of Mississippi people and places.

Turnwold, Georgia, The Countryman, 1862 (10 issues).
September 29: Sketches of Niagara and Seward's description of Lincoln.
October 6: Popular superstitions, biographical sketch of John Adams, list of killed and wounded in Civil War.
October 13: Recent battles in northern Virginia.
November 10: Smallpox epidemic and folk remedies.
November 24: Article on Robert E. Lee and other leaders.

Tylertown, Mississippi, The Tylertown Times, 1982 (1 issue).
75th anniversary edition.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.T95 T56.

Union, Mississippi, The Union Appeal, 1984 (1 issue).
Reprint of front page of 1934 issue.

Utica, New York, Utica Morning Herald and Daily Gazette, 1860 (1 issue).
Article on Presidential candidate Abraham Lincoln.

Vicksburg, Mississippi, The Daily Citizen, 1863, 1885 (2 issues).
July 2, 1863: Five reproductions of this issue, originally printed on different wallpaper.
April 16, 1885: Reprint of July 2, 1863 issue, to which photographs of Lincoln,
Grant, Jefferson Davis, and Lee were added.

Vicksburg, Mississippi, Vicksburg Evening Post, 1983, 1984, 1987, 1988 (4 issues).
Three Pilgrimage editions and special edition (1988) of the 125th anniversary of the campaign and siege of Vicksburg.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.V54 P67.

Washington, D.C., American Federation of Labor, 1938, 1939 (8 issues).
Published by the American Federation of Labor Weekly News Service.

Washington, D.C., The Capital Daily, 1937.
Published five days a week during sessions of Congress. Some missing issues.

Washington, D.C., Clip Sheet Issued Weekly, 1939.
Published by Democratic National Committee's Bureau of Publicity.

Washington, D.C., Daily National Intelligencer, 1861 (1 issue).
Contains speech by Robert H. Smith and declaration by President Buchanan concerning sale of land in California. [reproduction]

Washington, D.C., Equal Rights, 1944 (3 issues).
Official publication of the National Woman's Party.

Washington, D.C., Facts for Farmers, 1939 (1 issue).
Published by Farm Research, Inc. Contains facts and analysis of issues of interest to farmers.

Washington, D.C., National Intelligencer, 1811, 1814, 1846, 1847, 1862.
National and international politics; some ads. January 1, 1814-December 31, 1814 contained in one bound volume.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN1.W37n D614.

Washington, D.C., The States and Union, 1860 (1 issue).
Articles on Democratic nominees and other political issues. Includes speeches of candidates, such as Stephen A. Douglas.

Washington, D.C., Times-Herald, 1942.
Special section containing photographs of destruction at Pearl Harbor.

Washington, D.C., U.S. Defense Agent News, ca. 1942.
Third War Edition, containing statistics on sale of U.S. Savings Stamps.

Washington, D.C., The Washington Star, 1981 (1 issue).
Final edition of nation's most prestigious newspaper, which ceased publication in the 128th year of its existence.

West Point, Mississippi, The Daily Times Leader, 1983 (1 issue).
125th anniversary edition.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.W47 D35.

Woodville, Mississippi, The Woodville Republican, 1974 (1 issue).
Sesquincentennial issue.
See also microfilm copy in the Cook Library, call number AN2.W66 R51.


Accession Number: AM 2001-56

Dates: 1945-1969

Volume: 11 items

Provenance: unknown

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

The accession includes:

  1. Stars and Stripes (July 22, 1969).
  2. Militant Truth (Atlanta, Georgia - February 1956, June 1957, September 1958, and two undated issues).
  3. McComb Enterprise Journal (McComb, Mississippi - insert, ca. 1954).
  4. St. Louis Post-Dispatch (St. Louis, Missouri - August 12, 1945, pages 5-12A).
  5. The Clarion-Ledger (Jackson, Mississippi - October 1, 1962, pages 1-2 & 11-12).
  6. Hattiesburg American (Hattiesburg, Mississippi - October 1, 1962, pages 1-2A & 11-12A).
  7. The Indianapolis Times (Indianapolis, Indiana - August 14, 1945).
  8. The Pittsburgh Press (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - August 15, 1945).

Accession Number: AM02-67

Dates: May 22, 1937

Volume: 1 item

Provenance: Transferred from Mississippiana

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

One copy of the May 22, 1937 issue of the Hattiesburg American, commemorating the twenty-fifth anniversary of State Teachers College (now USM).


Accession Number: AM03-5

Volume: 1 item

Provenance: Transferred from Mississippiana

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

One copy of The States, a weekly newspaper published at Okolona, Mississippi. The date on the paper is 1879-1880, but it is not known whether this copy is an original or a reprint. Editors were A. Y. Harper and W. H. Kernan, both of whom were Civil War veterans. The States was founded on March 16, 1872, and was a champion of states' rights.


Accession Number: AM03-9

Dates: December 28, 1883

Volume: 1 item

Provenance: Transferred from Mississippiana

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by The Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

One copy of the December 28, 1883 special issue of the Yazoo City Herald. The headline story concerns the gunning down of three local men, which was the indirect result of a Christmas Eve disturbance in a saloon.


Accession Number: AM03-35

Dates: February 24 - November 15, 1962

Volume: 5 newspapers

Provenance: Given by Transferred from Mississippiana

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by The Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

  1. Jackson Advocate, February 24, 1962.
  2. Gulf Coast Gazette, September 19, 1962.
  3. Gulf Coast Gazette, September 26, 1962.
  4. Quitman County Democrat, November 15, 1962.
  5. The Independent American, (Sample Copy), October 29, 1962.

Accession Number: AM06-46

Dates: 1891 - 1920

Volume: 6 items

Provenance: Given by Ron and Elizabeth Howard and later transferred to Archives Record Group 32

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by The Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

1. One copy of The Clarion-Ledger (Jackson, Mississippi, Nov. 26, 1891)
2. One copy of The Clarion-ledger (Jackson, Mississippi, March 30, 1893)
3. One copy of The Clarion (Jackson, Mississippi, Dec. 3, 1891)
4. One copy of The Clarion (Jackson, Mississippi, March 10, 1892)
5. One copy of The Clarion (Jackson, Mississippi, July 31, 1892)
6. One copy of the 1920 USM Yearbook, Neka Camon


Accession Number: AM06-50

Dates: March 8, 1945 – November 8, 1945

Volume: 21 items

Provenance: Given by The Mississippi Armed Forces Museum, via Ms. Ashley McLendon

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by The Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

Twenty-one issues of the Camp Shelby, Mississippi Reveille, dating from March 8, 1945 – November 8, 1945. The papers are quite fragile, and researchers will only be allowed to consult photocopies until (or unless) the originals are de-acidified and encapsulated.


Accession Number: AM07-17

Dates: 1908

Volume: 1 item

Provenance: James Thibault

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by The Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

One copy of The Biloxi Holiday Messenger (1908), published by C. A. Evans, Jeweler and Optician, Biloxi, Mississippi. The eight-page paper contains Christmas advertisements, quaint little tidbits of humor, and charming photographs of children.


Accession Number: AM08-21

Dates: August 30 - September 11, 2005

Volume: 8 items

Given By: Kalani Hoffman

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by The Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

Newspapers with coverage related to Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi:

Hattiesburg American (Hattiesburg, MS)

1. August 30, 2005
2. September 3, 2005
3. September 4, 2005
4. September 6, 2005
5. September 7, 2005
6. September 10, 2005
7. September 11, 2005

The Clarion-Ledger (Jackson, MS)

1. September 3, 2005


Accession Number: AM09-72

Given By: Purchased through the Douglas A Noverr Grant for Collection Enhancement for Institutions to Build Popular Culture and American Culture Research Collections (Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association)

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by The Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Date of Receipt: November 2009

Extent: 4 items

Inclusive Dates: circa 1800’s

Conditions of Deposit (Includes donor's instructions for duplicates, etc.):

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

  1. National Journal, September 21, 1826
  2. The Globe, May 18, 1840
  3. The New York Herald, June 14, 1865
  4. The Biloxi Herald, June 1893

Accession Number: AM10-40                               

Given By: Dr. Gene Wiggins via Margaret Williams          

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by The Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Date of Receipt: August 14, 2009          

Extent: 7 papers          

Inclusive Dates: circa 1894 - 1932       

Conditions of Deposit (Includes donor's instructions for duplicates, etc.):

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Photocopies of 7 old newspapers all from Hattiesburg, MS:

  1. The Democrat dated January 4, 1894 (2 copies)
  2. The Hattiesburg Gazette dated March 19, 1896 (2 copies)
  3. Hattiesburg Progress dated April 20, 1897
  4. The Daily Squibs dated May 10, 1923
  5. The Hub Breeze dated February 25, 1932

Accession Number: AM10-54                               

Given By: Purchased through the Douglas A Noverr Grant for Collection Enhancement for Institutions to Build Popular Culture and American Culture Research Collections (Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association)

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by The Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Date of Receipt: February 2010

Extent: 6 items

Inclusive Dates: circa

Conditions of Deposit (Includes donor's instructions for duplicates, etc.):

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

  1. The Quarterly Bulletin of the State Plant Board of Mississippi, January 1925
  2. The London Magazine: Or, Gentleman’s Monthly Intelligencer, December 1760
  3. The Natchez Weekly Courier, May 29, 1850
  4. The Natchez Weekly Courier, May 15, 1850
  5. The Daily Advertifer. New York, September 23, 1788
  6. Laurel Leader-Call, special edition with many cover pages, main cover August 18, 1969

Accession Number: AM10-55                               

Given By: Diane Ross

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Date of Receipt: February 2010

Extent: 2 items

Inclusive Dates: circa 1926 - 1951

Conditions of Deposit (Includes donor's instructions for duplicates, etc.):

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

  1. Mississippi Methodist Advocate, Jackson, Mississippi, April 25, 1951
  2. The Hattiesburg American, March 3, 1926

Accession Number:  AM10-103                         

Given By: Larry Morgan

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Date of Receipt: November 6, 2007

Extent: 1 item

Inclusive Dates: July 8, 1946

Conditions of Deposit (Includes donor's instructions for duplicates, etc.):

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

First issue of the Morning Star Newspaper, Greenwood, Mississippi.


Accession Number: AM10-142                             

Given By: US Mail          

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Date of Receipt: December 1, 2010      

Extent: 1 item  

Inclusive Dates: November 25, 2010    

Conditions of Deposit (Includes donor's instructions for duplicates, etc.):

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Special Edition of the Lamar Times contains several historical articles concerning Oak Grove, Mississippi.


Accession Number: AM11-49                               

Given By: Unknown       

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Date of Receipt: May 24, 2011 

Extent: .90 cu.ft.         

Inclusive Dates: 1932   

Conditions of Deposit (Includes donor's instructions for duplicates, etc.):

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Bound November and December 1932 issues of New Orleans States newspaper.


Accession Number: AM12-59                               

Given By: Transfer from  Thigpen (S.G.) Papers M446

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Date of Receipt: October 4, 2012         

Extent: 7 items

Inclusive Dates: circa 1935 - 1939       

Conditions of Deposit (Includes donor's instructions for duplicates, etc.):

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Six editions of the “Free Press” newspaper from Poplarville, Mississippi, each with a letter from Senator Theodore G. Bilbo on the front page:

  1. November 19, 1936, Volume 46, Number 18
  2. November 26, 1936, Volume 46, Number 19
  3. December 10, 1936, Volume 46, Number 21
  4. October 28, 1937, Volume 47, Number 14
  5. November 24, 1938, Volume 48, Number 18
  6. January 19, 1939, Volume 48, Number 26

One edition (July Issue) of the “American Progress” newspaper with a letter dated June 22, 1935, and filibuster both of Huey P. Long.


Accession Number: AM13-04

Given By: Lloraine Dees

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Date of Receipt: December 18, 2012    

Extent: 11 items          

Inclusive Dates: circa 1963, 1969, 1974 and 2009

Conditions of Deposit (Includes donor's instructions for duplicates, etc.):

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Eight editions of the various newspapers with original coverage of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination collected during a family vacation:

  1. November 25, 1963, Volume 122, Number 329, The Arizona Daily Star, Tucson, Arizona
  2. November 23, 1963, Volume LXXXIII, Number 281, El Paso Herald Post, El Paso, Texas
  3. November 23, 1963, Volume XI, Number 327, News Texan, Dallas & Fort Worth, Texs
  4. November 23, 1963, 83rd Year, Number 296, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Fort Worth, Texas (complete copy)
  5. November 23, 1963, 83rd Year, Number 296, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Fort Worth, Texas (one section only)
  6. November 26, 1963, 74th Year, Number 91, The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Arizona
  7. November 24, 1963, Volume 122, Number 328, The Arizona Daily Star, Tucson, Arizona
  8. December 1, 1963, The California Weekly People from the San Francisco Examiner, special report “The 73 Hours That Shook the World”, San Francisco, California

Other editions of significant historical events:

  1. January 21, 2009, Volume 171, Number 354, the Clarion-Ledger, Jackson, Mississippi, concerning the inauguration of President Barack Obama
  2. July 21, 1969, Volume 58, Number 202, the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Honolulu, Hawaii, concerning the safe lift off from the moon
  3. August 9, 1974, Volume XCIII, the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, California, concerning President Nixon’s resignation

Accession Number:  AM15-05                               

Given By:  Transferred from the Sojourner Collection    

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Date of Receipt:  January 30, 2015        

Extent:  2.4 cubic feet 

Inclusive Dates:  1937; 1965-1969        

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Newspaper Transfer from M489 Sojourner to M174 Newspaper Collection List:

1.    The Lexington Advertiser December 1937 6 Sections

2.    The Lexington Advertiser 100th Anniversary Edition

3.    The Lexington Advertiser January 28,1965 Volume 127 number 44

4.    The Lexington Advertiser March 24,1965 Volume 127 Number 49

5.    The Lexington Advertiser March 11,1965 Volume 127 Number 50

6.    The Lexington Advertiser August 26,1965 Volume 128 Number 22

7.    The Lexington Advertiser September 2,1968 Volume 128 number 23

8.    The Lexington Advertiser October 28,1965 volume 128 number 31

9.    The Lexington Advertiser November 25,1965 Volume 128 Number 35

10.The Lexington Advertiser December 16,1965 Volume 128 Number 38

11.The Lexington Advertiser December 30,1965volume 128 number 40

12.The Lexington Advertiser January 28, 1965 Volume 127 Number 44    

13.The Lexington Advertiser January 6,1966 Volume 128 number 41

14.The Lexington Advertiser January 13, 1966 Volume 128 Number 42

15.The Lexington Advertiser January 20,1966 Volume 128 number 43

16.The Lexington Advertiser January 27,1966 Volume 128 number 44

17.The Lexington Advertiser February 3,1966 Volume 128 Number 45

18.The Lexington Advertiser February 10, 1966 Volume 128 number 46

19.The Lexington Advertiser February 17,1966 Volume 128 number 47

20.The Lexington Advertiser February 24,1966 Volume 128 number 48

21.The Lexington Advertiser February 10, 1966 Volume 128 number 46

22.The Lexington Advertiser march 3,1966 volume 128 number 49

23.The Lexington Advertiser March 10, 1966 Volume 128 number 50

24. The Lexington Advertiser March 17, 1966 Volume 128 number 51

25.The Lexington Advertiser March 24,1966 Volume 128 number 52

26.The Lexington Advertiser March 31, 1966 Volume 129 number 1

27.The Lexington Advertiser April 7,1966 Volume 129 number 2

28.The Lexington Advertiser April 14,1966 Volume 129 Number 3

29.The Lexington Advertiser August 11,1966 Volume 129 number 20

30.The Lexington Advertiser August 18,1966 Volume 129 number 21

31.The Lexington Advertiser April 28,1966 Volume 129 number 5

32.The Lexington Advertiser May 5,1966 Volume 129 number 6

33.The Lexington Advertiser May 12,1966 Volume 1229 number 7

34.The Lexington Advertiser May 19,1966 Volume 129 number 8

35.The Lexington Advertiser May 26,1966 volume 129 number 9

36.The Lexington Advertiser June 2,1966 Volume 129 number 10

37.The Lexington Advertiser June 9,1966 Volume 129 Number 11

38.The Lexington Advertiser June 16,1966 Volume 129 Number 12

39.The Lexington Advertiser June 30, 1966 Volume 129 number 14

40.The Lexington Advertiser July 7,1966 Volume 129 number 15

41.The Lexington Advertiser July 14,1966 Volume 129 Number 16

42.The Lexington Advertiser July 21,1966 Volume 129 number 17

43.The Lexington Advertiser July 28,1966 Volume 129 number 18

44.The Lexington Advertiser August 4,1966 Volume 129 number 19

45.The Lexington Advertiser September 1,1966 volume 129 number 23

46.The Lexington Advertiser September 15,1966 Volume 129 number 25

47.The Lexington Advertiser October 6,1966 Volume 129 number 28

48.The Lexington Advertiser October 27,1966 Volume 129 number 31

49.The Lexington Advertiser August 25,1966 volume 129 number 22

50. The Lexington Advertiser September 8,1966 Volume 129 Number 24

51.The Lexington Advertiser September 22,1966 Volume 129 Number 26

52.The Lexington Advertiser September 29, 1966 Volume 129 Number 7

53.The Lexington Advertiser October 13,1966 Volume 129 number 29

54.The Lexington Advertiser October 20,1966 Volume 129 Number 30

55.The Lexington Advertiser November 3,1966 Volume 129 Number 32

56.The Lexington Advertiser November 10,1966 Volume 129 number 33

57.The Lexington Advertiser November 17,1966 Volume 129 Number 34

58.The Lexington Advertiser November 24,1966 Volume 129 Number 35

59.The Lexington Advertiser December 1,1966 Volume 129 number 36

60.The Lexington Advertiser December 15,1966 Volume 129 number 38

61.The Lexington Advertiser December 22,1966 Volume 129 number 39

62.The Lexington Advertiser December 29,1966 Volume 129 Number 40

63.The Lexington Advertiser January 5,1967 Volume 129 Number 41

64.The Lexington Advertiser January 12,1967 Volume 129 number 42

65.The Lexington Advertiser January 19,1967 Volume 129 number 43

66.The Lexington Advertiser January 26,1967 Volume 129 number 44

67.The Lexington Advertiser February 2,1967 Volume 129 number 45

68.The Lexington Advertiser February 9,1967 Volume 129 Number 46

69.The Lexington Advertiser February 17,1967 Volume 129 number 47

70.The Lexington Advertiser February 23,1967 Volume 129 number 48

71.The Lexington Advertiser March 2,1967 Volume 129 number 49

72.The Lexington Advertiser March 9,1967 Volume 129 number 50

73.The Lexington Advertiser March 16,1967 Volume 129 number 51

74.The Lexington Advertiser March 30,1967 Volume 130 number 1

75.The Lexington Advertiser April 6,1967 Volume 130 number 2

76.The Lexington Advertiser April 13,1967 Volume 130 Number 3

77.The Lexington Advertiser April 20,1967 Volume 130 number 4

78.The Lexington Advertiser April 27,1967 Volume 130 number 5

79.The Lexington Advertiser may 4,1967 Volume 130 number 6

80.The Lexington Advertiser May 11,1967 Volume 130 Number 7

81.The Lexington Advertiser May 18,1967 Volume 130 number 8

82.The Lexington Advertiser May 25,1967 Volume 130  number 9

83.The Lexington Advertiser June 1,1967 Volume 130 number 10

84.The Lexington Advertiser June 8,1967 Volume 130 number 11

85.The Lexington Advertiser June 15,1967 volume 130 number 12

86.The Lexington Advertiser June 22,1967 Volume 130 Number 13

87.The Lexington Advertiser June 29,1967 Volume 130 Number 14

88.The Lexington Advertiser July 6,1967 volume 130 number 15

89.The Lexington Advertiser July 13,1967 volume 130 number 41

90.The Lexington Advertiser July 20,1967 Volume 130 number 17

91.The Lexington Advertiser July 27,1967 volume 130 number 8

92.The Lexington Advertiser August 17,1967 Volume 130 number 21

93.The Lexington Advertiser August 31,1967 Volume 130 number 23

94.The Lexington Advertiser September 28,1967 volume 130 number 27

95.The Lexington Advertiser October 5,1967 Volume 130 number 28

96.The Lexington Advertiser October 12,1967 Volume 130 number 29

97.The Lexington Advertiser  October 19,1967 Volume 130 number 30

98.The Lexington Advertiser  October 26,1967 Volume 130 number 31

99.The Lexington Advertiser November 2,1967 Volume 130 number 32

100.      The Lexington Advertiser November 9,1967 volume 130 Number 33

101.      The Lexington Advertiser November 30,1967 Volume 130 Number 36

102.      The Lexington Advertiser November 23,1967 volume 130 Number 35

103.      The Lexington Advertiser November 16,1967 Volume 130 number 34

104.      The Lexington Advertiser December 7,1967 Volume 130 Number 37

105.      The Lexington Advertiser December 14,1967 Volume 130 number 38

106.      The Lexington Advertiser December 21,1967 Volume 130 number 39

107.      The Lexington Advertiser December 23,1967 volume 130 number 40

108.      The Lexington Advertiser January 4,1968 Volume130 number 41

109.      The Lexington Advertiser January 11,1968 Volume 130 Number 42

110.      The Lexington Advertiser January 18,1968 volume 130 Number 43

111.      The Lexington Advertiser January 25,1968 volume 130 Number 44

112.      The Lexington Advertiser February 8,1968 Volume 130 number 46

113.      The Lexington Advertiser February 15,1968 Volume 130 number 47

114.      The Lexington Advertiser February 22,1968 Volume 130 number 48

115.      The Lexington Advertiser February 29,1968 Volume 130 number 49

116.      The Lexington Advertiser March 7,1968 Volume 130 Number 50

117.      The Lexington Advertiser March 14,1968 Volume 130 number 51

118.      The Lexington Advertiser March 21,1968 Volume 130 Number 52

119.      The Lexington Advertiser March 28,1968 Volume 131 Number 1

120.      The Lexington Advertiser April 4,1968 Volume 131 Number 2

121.      The Lexington Advertiser April 11,1968 Volume 131 Number 3

122.      The Lexington Advertiser April 18,1968 volume 131 number 4

123.      The Lexington Advertiser April 25,1968 volume 131 number 5

124.       The Lexington Advertiser May 2,1968 volume 131 Number 6

125.      The Lexington Advertiser Ma 9,1968 Volume 131 number 7

126.      The Lexington Advertiser May 16,1968 volume 131 number 8

127.      The Lexington Advertiser  May 30,1968 Volume 131 Number 10

128.      The Lexington Advertiser June 13,1968 Volume 131 Number5 12

129.      The Lexington Advertiser June 20,1968 Volume 132 Number 13

130.      The Lexington Advertiser June 27,1968 volume 131 number 14

131.      The Lexington Advertiser July 4,1968 volume 131 Number 15

132.      The Lexington Advertiser July 11,1968 volume 131 Number 16

133.      The Lexington Advertiser July 18, 1968 Volume 131 Number 17

134.      The Lexington Advertiser July 25,1968 volume 131 number 8

135.      The Lexington Advertiser August 1,1968  Volume 131 number 19

136.      The Lexington Advertiser August 8,1968 volume 131 number 20

137.      The Lexington Advertiser August 15,1968 volume 131 numbe5r 41

138.      The Lexington Advertiser August 22,1968 Volume 131 number 25

139.      The Lexington Advertiser August 29,1968 Volume 131 number 23

140.      The Lexington Advertiser September 5,1968 volume 131 number 24

141.      The Lexington Advertiser October 3,1968 volume 131 number 28

142.      The Lexington Advertiser October 24,1968 volume 131 number 31

143.      The Lexington Advertiser October 31,1968 Volume 131 Number 32

144.      The Lexington Advertiser November 7,1968 volume 131 Number 33

145.      The Lexington Advertiser November 11,1968 Volume 131 Number 34

146.      The Lexington Advertiser November 21,1968 Volume 131 number 35

147.      The Lexington Advertiser November 28,1968 volume 131 Number 36

148.      The Lexington Advertiser December 5,1968 Volume 131 Number 37

149.      The Lexington Advertiser December 19,1968 Volume 131 number 39

150.      The Lexington Advertiser December 26,1968 Volume 131 Number 40

151.       The Lexington Advertiser January 2,1968 Volume 131 Number 41

152.      The Lexington Advertiser January 9,1968 Volume 131 number 42

153.      The Lexington Advertiser January 16,1968 Volume 131 number 42

154.      The Lexington Advertiser January 23,1968 Volume 131 number 44

155.      The Lexington Advertiser January 30,1969 Volume 131 number 45

156.      The Lexington Advertiser February 6,1969 Volume 131 Number 46

157.      The Lexington Advertiser February 13,1969 Volume 131 Number 47

158.      The Lexington Advertiser February 20,1969  Volume 131 number 48

159.      The Lexington Advertise February 27,1969 Volume 131 number 49

160.      The Lexington Advertiser March 9,1969 Volume 131 Number 50

161.      The Lexington Advertiser March 13,1969 Volume 131 Number 51

162.      The Lexington Advertiser March 20,1969 Volume 131 Number 52

163.      The Lexington Advertiser March 27,1969 Volume 132 Number 1

164.      The Lexington Advertiser April 3,1969 Volume 132 Number 2

165.      The Lexington Advertiser April 10,1969 Volume 132 Number 3

166.      The Lexington Advertiser April 17,1969 Volume 132 number 4

167.      The Lexington Advertiser April 24,1969 Volume 132 number 5

168.      The Lexington Advertiser May 1,1969 volume 132 number 6

169.      The Lexington Advertiser May 15,1969 Volume 132 Number 8

170.      The Lexington Advertiser May 22,1969 Volume 132 number 9

171.      The Lexington Advertiser May 29,1969 Volume 132 Number 10

172.      The Lexington Advertiser June 5,1969 volume 132 Number 11

173.      The Lexington Advertiser June 12,1969 Volume 132 Number 12

174.      The Lexington Advertiser June 19,1969 Volume 132 number 13

175.      The Lexington Advertise June 26,1969 volume 132 number 14

176.      The Lexington Advertiser July 3,1969 volume 132 Number 15

177.      The Lexington Advertiser July 10,1969 volume 132 number 16

178.      The Lexington Advertiser July 17,1969 Volume 132 Number 17

179.      The Lexington Advertise July 24,1969 Volume 132 Number 18

180.      The Lexington Advertiser July 31,1969 volume 132 Number 19

181.      The Lexington Advertiser August 7,1969 Volume 132 Number 20

182.      The Lexington Advertiser August 11,1969 volume 132 Number 21

183.      The Lexington Advertiser August 21,1969 Volume 132 number 22

184.      The Lexington Advertiser August 28,1969 volume 132 number 23

185.      The Lexington Advertiser September 4,1969 volume 132 Number 24

186.      Holmes County Herald January 6,1966 Volume 8 Number 1

187.      Holmes County Herald January 20, 1966 Volume 8 Number 3

188.      Holmes County Herald January 27,1966 Volume 8 Number 4

189.      Holmes County Herald February 3, 1966 Volume 8 Number 5

190.      Holmes County Herald February 10, 1966 Volume 8 Number 6

191.      Holmes County Herald February 17,1966 Volume 7 Number 7

192.      Holmes County Herald February 24,1966 Volume 8 Number 8

193.      Holmes County Herald March 3,1966 Volume 8 Number 9

194.      Holmes County Herald March 24,1966 Volume 8 Number 12

195.      Holmes County Herald March 31,1966 Volume 8 Number 13

196.      Holmes County Herald April 7,1966 Volume 8 Number 14

197.      Holmes County Herald April 21, 1966 Volume 8 Number 16

198.      Holmes County Herald April 28,1966 Volume 8 Number 17

199.      Holmes County Herald Ma 5, 1966 Volume 8 Number 18

200.      Holmes County Herald May 12,1966 Volume 8 Number 19

201.      Holmes County Herald May 19,1966 Volume 8 Number 20

202.      Holmes County Herald May 26, 1966 Volume 8 Number 21

203.      Holmes County Herald June 2,1966 Volume 8 Number 22

204.      Holmes County Herald June 16, 1966 Volume 8 Number 24

205.      Holmes County Herald June 23, 1966 Volume 8 Number 25

206.      Holmes County Herald June 30, 1966 Volume 8 Number 26

207.      Holmes County Herald July 14, 1966 Volume 8 Number 28

208.      Holmes County Herald July 21,1966 Volume 8 Number 29

209.      Holmes County Herald August 11, 1966 Volume 8 Number 32

210.      Holmes County Herald August 18,1966 Volume 8  Number 33

211.      Holmes County Herald August 25, 1966 Volume 8 Number 34

212.      Holmes County Herald September 1,1966 Volume 8 Number 35

213.      Holmes County Herald September 8,1966 Volume 8 Number 36

214.      Holmes County Herald September 15,1966 Volume 8 Number 37

215.      Holmes County Herald September 29,1966 Volume 8 Number 39

216.      Holmes County Herald October 6, 1966 Volume 8 Number 40

217.      Holmes County Herald October 13, 1966 Volume 8 Number 41

218.      Holmes County Herald October 20, 1966 Volume 8 Number 42

219.      Holmes County Herald October 27,1966 Volume 8 Number 43

220.      Holmes County Herald November 10,1966 Volume 8 Number 45

221.      Holmes County Herald November 17,1966 Volume 8 Number 46

222.      Holmes County Herald December 15, 1966 Volume 8 Number 50

223.      Holmes County Herald December 22, 1966 Volume 8 Number 51

224.      Holmes County Herald December 29,1966 Volume 8 Number 52

225.      Holmes County Herald January 5,1967 Volume 9 number 1

226.      Holmes County Herald January 12,1967 Volume 9 Number 2

227.      Holmes County Herald January 19, 1967 Volume9 Number3

228.      Holmes County Herald February 9, 1967 Volume 9 Number 6

229.      Holmes County Herald February 23, 1967 Volume 9 Number 8

230.      Holmes County Herald February 16, 1967 Volume 9 Number 7

231.      Holmes County Herald March 9, 1967 Volume 9 Number 10

232.      Holmes County Herald April 6,1967 Volume 9 Number 14

233.      Holmes County Herald April 13,1967 Volume 9 Number 15

234.      Holmes County Herald April 20, 1967 Volume 9 Number 15

235.      Holmes County Herald may 18,1967 Volume 9 Number 20

236.      Holmes County Herald May 25, 1967 Volume 9 Number 21

237.      Holmes County Herald June 1, 1967 Volume 9 Number 22

238.      Holmes County Herald June 8, 1967 Volume 9 Number 23

239.      Holmes County Herald June 15, 1967 Volume 9 Number 24

240.      Holmes County Herald July 20, 1967 Volume 9 Number 29

241.      Holmes County Herald June 20, 1967 Volume 9 Number 26

242.      Holmes County Herald July 13, 1967 Volume 9 Number 28

243.      Holmes County Herald July 27, 1967 Volume 9 Number 30

244.      Holmes County Herald August 3, 1967 Volume 9 Number 31

245.      Holmes County Herald August 10,1967 Volume 9 Number 32

246.      Holmes County Herald August 17, 1967 Volume 9 Number 33

247.      Holmes County Herald August 31, 1967 Volume 9 Number 35

248.      Holmes County Herald September 7, 1967 Volume 9 Number 36

249.      Holmes County Herald September 14,1967 Volume 9 Number 37

250.      Holmes County Herald September 21,1967 Volume 9 Number 38

251.      Holmes County Herald September 14,1967 Volume 9 Number 37

252.      Holmes County Herald September 28, 1967 Volume 9 Number 39

253.      Holmes County Herald October 5, 1967 Volume 9 Number 40

254.      Holmes County Herald October 12, 1967 Volume 9 Number 41

255.      Holmes County Herald October 19,1967 Volume 9 Number 42

256.      Holmes County Herald October 26, 1967 Volume 9 Number 43

257.      Holmes County Herald November 2,1967 Volume 9 Number 44

258.      Holmes County Herald November 9,1967 Volume 9 Number 45

259.      Holmes County Herald November 16, 1967 Volume 9 Number 46

260.      Holmes County Herald November 23, 1967 Volume 9 Number 47

261.      Holmes County Herald November 30, 1967 Volume 9 Number 48

262.      Holmes County Herald December 7, 1967 Volume 9 Number 49

263.      Holmes County Herald December 14, 1967 Volume 9 Number 50

264.      Holmes County Herald December 21, 1967 Volume 9 Number 51

265.      Holmes County Herald December 28, 1967 Volume 9 Number 52

266.      Holmes County Herald January 4,1968 Volume 10 Number 1

267.      Holmes County Herald January 11,1968 Volume 10 Number 2

268.      Holmes County Herald January 18, 1968 Volume 10 Number 3

269.      Holmes County Herald January 25, 1968 Volume 10 Number 4

270.      Holmes County Herald February 1, 1968 Volume 10 Number 5

271.      Holmes County Herald February 8, 1968 Volume 10 Number 6

272.      Holmes County Herald February 15, 1968 Volume 10 Number 7

273.      Holmes County Herald February 22,1968 Volume 10 Number 8

274.      Holmes County Herald February 29, 1968 Volume 10 Number 9

275.      Holmes County Herald March 7,1968 Volume 10 Number 10

276.      Holmes County Herald March 14,1968 Volume 10 Number 11

277.      Holmes County Herald March 21, 1968 Volume 10 Number 12

278.      Holmes County Herald March 28, 1968 Volume 10 Number 13

279.       Holmes County Herald April 4,1968 Volume 10 Number 14

280.      Holmes County Herald April 11,1968 Volume 10 Number 15

281.      Holmes County Herald April 18,1968 Volume 10 Number 16

282.      Holmes County Herald April 25,1968 Volume 10 Number 17

283.      Holmes County Herald May 2, 1968 Volume 10 Number 18

284.      Holmes County Herald May 9,1968 Volume 10 Number 19

285.      Holmes County Herald May 16, 1968 Volume 10 Number 20

286.      Holmes County Herald June 13, 1968 Volume 10 Number 24

287.      Holmes County Herald June 20,1968 Volume 10 Number 25

288.      Holmes County Herald June 27, 1968 Volume 10 Number 26

289.      Holmes County Herald July 18, 1968 Volume 10 Number 29

290.      Holmes County Herald July 4, 1968 Volume 10 Number

291.      Holmes County Herald July 11,1968 Volume 10 Number

292.      Holmes County Herald July 25, 1968 Volume 10 Number 30

293.      Holmes County Herald August 1, 1968 Volume 10 Number 31

294.      Holmes County Herald August 8, 1968 Volume 10 Number 32

295.      Holmes County Herald August 15,1968 Volume 10 Number 33

296.      Holmes County Herald August 22, 1968 Volume 10 Number 34

297.      Holmes County Herald August 29,1968 Volume 10 Number 35

298.      Holmes County Herald September 5,1968 Volume 10 Number 36

299.      Holmes County Herald September 12,1968 Volume 10 Number 37

300.      Holmes County Herald September 19,1968 Volume 10 Number 38

301.      Holmes County Herald September 26,1968 Volume 10 Number 39

302.      Holmes County Herald October 3,1968 Volume 10 Number 40

303.      Holmes County Herald October 10,1968 Volume 10 Number 41

304.      Holmes County Herald October 17,1968 Volume 10 Number 42

305.      Holmes County Herald October 24,1968 Volume 10 Number 43

306.      Holmes County Herald October 31,1968 Volume 10 Number 44

307.      Holmes County Herald November 7,1968 Volume 10 Number 45

308.      Holmes County Herald November 14,1968 Volume 10  Number 46

309.      Holmes County Herald November 21,1968 Volume 10 Number 47

310.      Holmes County Herald November 28,1968 Volume 10  Number 48

311.      Holmes County Herald December 5,1968 Volume 10 Number 49

312.      Holmes County Herald December 12,1968 Volume 10 Number 50

313.      Holmes County Herald December 19,1968 Volume 10 Number 51

314.      Holmes County Herald December 26,1968 Volume 10 Number 52

315.      Holmes County Herald January 2,1969 Volume 11 Number 1

316.      Holmes County Herald January 9,1969 Volume 11 Number 2

317.      Holmes County Herald January 16,1969 Volume11  Number 3

318.      Holmes County Herald January 23,1969 Volume 11 Number 4

319.      Holmes County Herald January 30, 1969 Volume 11 Number 5

320.      Holmes County Herald February 6, 1969 Volume 11 Number 6

321.      Holmes County Herald February 13, 1969 Volume 11 Number 7

322.      Holmes County Herald February 20,1969 Volume 11 Number 8

323.      Holmes County Herald February 27,1969 Volume 11 Number 9

324.      Holmes County Herald March 6, 1969 Volume 11 Number 10

325.      Holmes County Herald  March 13,1969 Volume 11 Number 11

326.      Holmes County Herald  March 20,1969 Volume 11 Number 12

327.      Holmes County Herald  March 27,1969 Volume 11 Number  13

328.      Holmes County Herald April 3 ,1969 Volume 11 Number 14

329.      Holmes County Herald April 10 ,1969 Volume 11 Number  15

330.      Holmes County Herald  April  17,1969 Volume 11 Number 16

331.      Holmes County Herald  April 24,1969 Volume 11 Number  17

332.      Holmes County Herald  May 1,1969 Volume 11 Number  18

333.      Holmes County Herald  May 15,1969 Volume 11 Number 20

334.      Holmes County Herald  May 22,1969 Volume 11 Number 21

335.      Holmes County Herald  May 29,1969 Volume 11 Number  22

336.      Holmes County Herald June 5 ,1969 Volume 11 Number 23

337.      Holmes County Herald  June 12,1969 Volume 11 Number 24

338.      Holmes County Herald  June 19 ,1969 Volume 11 Number  25

339.      Holmes County Herald  June 26,1969 Volume 11 Number 26

340.      Holmes County Herald  July 3,1969 Volume 11 Number  27

341.      Holmes County Herald July 10 ,1969 Volume 11 Number 28

342.      Holmes County Herald  July 17,1969 Volume 11 Number 29

343.      Holmes County Herald July 24 ,1969 Volume 11 Number  30

344.      Holmes County Herald July 31 ,1969 Volume 11 Number 31

345.      Holmes County Herald August 7 ,1969 Volume 11 Number  32

346.      Holmes County Herald  August 14,1969 Volume 11 Number  33

347.      Holmes County Herald  August 21,1969 Volume 11 Number 34

348.      Holmes County Herald  August 28,1969 Volume 11 Number 35

349.      Holmes County Herald  September 4,1969 Volume 11 Number


Accession Number: AM15-18        

Given By: NA

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Date of Receipt: October 3, 2013

Extent: 1 edition         

Inclusive Dates: 2013

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

The Hattiesburg Post, Thursday, October 3, 2013, Vol. 1, No. 1, 52 pages.


Accession Number: AM15-34                               

Given By: Transfer from M498 Wiest (Andrew A.) Collection

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Date of Receipt: May 7, 2015

Extent: 1 edition         

Inclusive Dates: 1945

Conditions of Deposit (Includes donor's instructions for duplicates, etc.):

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph Extra, Wednesday, August 15, 1945, Vol. 37, No. 14, 16 pages. Headline reads “PEACE Shooting Ends In Pacific”.

 


Accession Number: AM15-39                               

Given By: Linda Pieklik  

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Date of Receipt: June 5, 2014   

Extent: 5 items

Inclusive Dates: 1939; 1940; 1951; 1953; 1977           

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Various collection of memorabilia:

1. Mississippi Oil Review, December 16, 1939, Vol 5 No 13

Jackson, Mississippi

2. Mississippi Oil Review, April 16, 1940, Vol 6 No 24

Jackson, Mississippi

Addressed to FM Tatum

3. National Enquirer, September 20, 1977, Vol 52 No 6

Lantana, Florida

Headline “Last Photo of Elvis Alive”

4. Postcard

Black and white photograph of “Adams County Court House – Natchez, Mississippi 4-D-112”, postmarked on July 29, 1953 to Mrs. F. Iv. Stone in Ohio.

5. View-Master reel

7 three dimension full color pictures of Natchez “The Old South” Mississippi USA

Copyright 1951


Accession Number: AM16-26                               

Given By: Mr. Jim Magglos

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Date of Receipt: May 4, 2016

Extent: 1 edition         

Inclusive Dates: 1865

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Harper’s Weekly, New York, Saturday, September 23, 1865, Vol. IX, No. 456, pp. 593-608.


 


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