From the T.P. Scott Papers. A promotional pamphlet created by the Hattiesburg Commercial Club called "South Mississippi: A Few Facts." It lists facts about southern Mississippi and the Hattiesburg area.
From the Joseph Anderson Cook Family Papers. Large aluminum tomato canning pot, a cone-shaped aluminum strainer and stand, an aluminum funnel, and a small wooden pestle. These items are said to have been used by the Tomato Club at Mississippi...
From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph of a Halloween dance at the Forrest Club in Hattiesburg in 1913. Group photo of attendees in costume. Identifications are included with the photo.
From the Special Collection Books. An address made by T.C. Powell, Vice President of Southern Railway Company, at dinner given by the Transportation Club of Peirua, about the South's railroad development since the war.