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    • Oral history with Dr. Velvelyn Foster

    • Oral history.; Foster discusses the Mississippi Humanities Council, the teaching of African-American history in Mississippi schools, grant writing and funding, and race relations in Mississippi.
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    • Oral history with Mr. Thomas J. Tubb

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on August 30, 1978 with Thomas Jefferson Tubb (born 1899). Mr. Tubb served as chairman of the Clay County Executive Committee for 47 years from 1928 to 1975 and during the Dixiecrat movement from 1950 to 1956....
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    • Basic College; 1967

    • Photograph of the Basic College office featured in the 1967 Southerner yearbook on page 326. The Basic College initiated new students into Southern's academic community. Ninety hours of specific basic courses were required in the Basic College...
    • 1967
    • General Nat; circa 1970

    • Photograph of Steve Hood, as Southern's mascot, General Nat, aids cheerleaders in leading a pep rally for one of the out-of-town ball games. Hood prospects for Big Gold at each football game with the aid of the mascot mule, Sergeant. In 1953,...
    • 1968; 1969; 1970; 1971; 1972
    • General Nat; 10 December 1968

    • Photograph of Harry Arcarese, as Southern's mascot, General Nat. In 1953, General Nat (for Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest) was approved as the Southerners’ mascot. The first General Nat was Archie Hughes, and Nat’s horse was named Son of Dixie.
    • 1968-12-10
    • General Nat; Undated

    • Photograph of Southern's mascot, General Nat. In 1953, General Nat (for Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest) was approved as the Southerners’ mascot. The first General Nat was Archie Hughes, and Nat’s horse was named Son of Dixie.
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    • General Nat; circa 1967-1968

    • Photograph of Ray Gibson, as Southern's mascot, General Nat. In 1953, General Nat (for Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest) was approved as the Southerners’ mascot. The first General Nat was Archie Hughes, and Nat’s horse was named Son of Dixie.
    • 1967; 1968
    • Oral history with Honorable George M. Yarbrough

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted on February 21, 1980 with the Honorable George M. Yarbrough at his home. Yarbrough was born on August 15, 1916 at Red Banks, Mississippi. Yarbrough served in the U.S. Army during World War II, achieving the rank...
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    • Oral history with Miss Gladys Austin

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted on May 2, 1995 with Miss Gladys Austin (born 1927). She was inducted into the Jones County Chamber of Commerce Leadership Hall of Fame in 1992. She was the second African American and the only African American...
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    • Military: ROTC; 1950-1951

    • Photograph of Southern's first ROTC Battalion. This photo can also be found in the 1951 Southerner yearbook on page 40; also Dearly bought, deeply treasured page 81; also the April 6, 1982 Student Printz; 6 1/2 x 4
    • 1950; 1951
    • Oral history with Constance D. Baker

    • Oral history.; Two interviews conducted on April 3, 1995 and June 8, 1995 with Constance Baker (born 1912). Mrs. Baker has spent her life working for civil rights and in teaching. She was involved in the Head Start program from its inception and...
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