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    • Oral history with Orene E. Farese

    • Oral history.; Orene Ellis Farese was born May 20, 1916, in Choctaw County, Mississippi. She attended a local public schools, Holmes Junior College, and Blue Mountain College. She began her professional career as a high school English teacher. When...
    • Oral history with Ursula Daxecker

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on April 26, 2006 with Ursula Daxecker. A native of Austria, Daxecker came to New Orleans as a graduate student. After her home was flooded in Hurricane Katrina, Daxecker moved to Northern Virginia. She has...
    • Oral history with Reverend James Randolph; 1982

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted on May 3, 1982 with Reverend James Randolph, former pastor of St. Paul's Methodist Church, at the parsonage in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Randolph was born on April 4, 1949 in Rankin County, Mississippi, near...
    • Oral history with Mr. Percy Greene; 1972

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted on December 14, 1972 with Mr. Percy Greene at his office in Jackson, Mississippi. Greene was born on September 7, 1897 in Jackson, Mississippi and died on April 16, 1977. He was very active in the civil rights...
    • Oral history with Rev. Sammie Rash; 1977

    • Oral history.; Reverend Sammie Rash was born in Sunflower County, Mississippi, on July 31, 1942. His parents were sharecroppers, and in 1949 they moved the family to the McGann plantation in Bolivar County, where Reverend Rash grew up. In 1963...
    • Oral history with Kenneth O. Williams; 1993

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted on October 13, 1993 with Mr. Kenneth O. Williams at the new state capitol building in Jackson, Mississippi. Williams was born on January 18, 1924 in Clarksdale, Mississippi. He received a BA in political science...
    • Oral history with Douglas Anderson; 2009

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted with Douglas Anderson on January 15, 2009. Douglas L. Anderson was born in 1939 in Jackson, Mississippi. He was the eleventh of twelve children. He attended Mary Jones grammar school, Walton Elementary, and...
    • Oral history with Clyde Cade; 2000

    • Oral history.; Clyde Cade was born in 1897 to Charlie and Laura Cade in Possumneck, Mississippi. He recalls experiences from his early life that include receiving electricity for the first time at the age of 9, raising food on his family‚Äôs farm,...
    • House Bill, No. 287; 24 December 1864

    • A Bill: To be entitled, "An Act to authorize the 2d Auditor of the Treasury, or a Commissioner, to be appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury with the consent of the President, to take proof as to the expenditures of the State of Tennessee, in...
    • 1864-12-24
    • How're we doing?; [n.d.]

    • From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by Vance Rodewalt. A panhandler sits at the base of a metal fence with two cups labeled "For me" and "For my friend" on the ground beside him. President Richard Nixon peers through bushes behind...
    • 1969; 1970; 1971; 1972; 1973; 1974;
    • What, again?; April 1, 1966

    • From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by Vic Runtz. A man with a "Kick" sign on his back is shown being flipped or tripped after a wallet he stooped to pick up from the pavement is yanked away. The wallet is labeled "Tax cuts, steady...
    • 1966-04-01;
    • Where on Earth's that bird?; July 31, 1969

    • From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by Vic Runtz. A large, covered, floating vessel labeled "Nixon's Ark" carries large guns pointing in all directions. President Richard Nixon stands on deck and looks into the sky. His thoughts are...
    • 1969-07-31;
    • As Maine goes...; February 5, 1975

    • From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by Vic Runtz. A donkey and an elephant sit on the doorstep of a house in front of a door labeled "Maine." Both are shivering due to conditions of snow and ice despite being dressed in winter...
    • 1975-02-05;
    • Oh, say can you see...; July 4, 1968

    • From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by Vic Runtz. A U.S. flag flies at full mast. In place of the stripes are the words, "New freedom from fear, poverty, disease, ignorance, intolerance, lawlessness." Underneath the flag is a...
    • 1968-07-04;


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