From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. One of at least two booklets associated with the American Transportation Exhibition, created by Messmore and Damon. The exhibition year is thought to be 1930, but the venue is unknown.
A two-page photocopied and typed letter from Nancy and Joe Ellin to "Mom and Dad" [Joe's parents] dated July 3, . The letter describes preparations for the Freedom Schools and the compiling of a "Freedom Booklet." The Ellins talk of the area...
Booklet from the Adams (Victoria Gray) Papers Booklet titled "To get that power" compiled by Mississippians United to Elect Negro Candidates to solicit funds to support the campaigns of African American candidates in the 1967 Mississippi...
From the Margaret Thatch Hinton Collection. Booklet published for the 3rd annual tour of the "Know Mississippi Better" train. The tour, which visited 30 cities in the United States, ran from 25 August - 10 September 1927.
From the Margaret Thatch Hinton Collection. Booklet published for the 4th annual tour of the "Know Mississippi Better" train. The tour, which visited 36 cities in the United States, ran from 7-23 August 1927.
From the Margaret Thatch Hinton Collection. Breakfast, lunch and dinner menu for the "Know Mississippi Better" train from 9-16 August 1928, while touring the Pacific Northwest on the Northern Pacific Railroad.
From the Mississippiana Vertical File. Program for the All American forum entitled "Our internal security," presented by the Patriotic American Youth at the University of Southern Mississippi on 9-15 June 1974.
From the Rare Books Collection. A booklet from the Information Center of European Railroads (C.I.C.E.) with timetables connecting every major city in Europe by train using maps, posters, and other free promotional material.