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    • Oral history with Unita Blackwell Wright; 1977

    • Oral history.; Interviews conducted on 04-21-1977 and 05-12-1977 with Unita Blackwell (born 1933). Ms. Blackwell was a field worker for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee in 1964 and also served that year as a delegate of the...
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    • Oral history with Mark Currier

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on February 21, 2008 with Mark Currier, who describes his experiences during and after Hurricane Katrina on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
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    • Oral history with Ella Kliger

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on February 21, 2007 conducted with Ella Kliger, an independent filmmaker, who describes her experience with various volunteer and relief efforts in New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
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    • Oral history with Jennifer Walley

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on June 13, 2006 with Jennifer Walley, who was a nurse in Picayune, Mississippi, during Hurricane Katrina. Miss Walley describes her preparations for the storm as well as the hurricane's impact on Crosby...
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    • Oral History with Horace Tate Jr.; 2003

    • Oral history.; Horace Tate Jr. was born in 1934 in Gulfport, Mississippi. In 1953, he graduated from Thirty-third Avenue High School, and attended Jackson State University from which he graduated with a B.S. in 1957. He was drafted into the Army in...
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    • Oral history with Gaynette C.F. Pugh; 2003

    • Oral History.; Interview conducted on March 4, 2003. Born on April 1, 1916, in Grove Hill, Alabama, Clark County, Mrs. Gaynette Cox Flowers Pugh was one of seven children born to Mr. George Cox Sr. and Mrs. Susie Alma Dickinson. When her mother was...
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    • Oral history with Lenore L. Prather; 2002

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted September 11, 2002 with Lenore Prather. Lenore Loving Prather was born September 17, 1931. Prather attended Mississippi State College for Women, where she received her bachelor of science in 1953. She then...
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    • Oral history with Frances Burney; 2000

    • Oral history.; Ms. Frances Burney was born May 29, 1913, in Vancleave, Mississippi. When she was eighteen, she married and moved to Biloxi, Mississippi. Until 1951, she stayed home rearing her four children; at that time, her husband became ill,...
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    • Oral history with William D. Scott, III; 2001

    • Oral history.; William Scott was on faculty at Ole Miss at the time of this interview, which describes his experiences as a black man, growing up in Mississippi. He paints a verbal picture of his education, his innate tendency to question why race...
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    • Oral history with Otho Monroe

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted on March 19, 1975 with Otho Monroe (born 1912). Mr. Monroe was superintendent of the Senatobia School District from 1949 until 1968, when he resigned in protest of school desegregation.
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    • Oral history with Mrs. P. E. (Katie) Smith

    • Oral history.; Discusses the prominence of the United Daughters of the Confederacy among Southern white women prior to World War II and the annual observances of Confederate holidays. Mentions other influential women's organizations in Mississippi.
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    • Neka Camon (The New Spirit); 1920

    • Annual issued by the students of Mississippi Normal College in 1920. This edition was dedicated to former students who gave their lives while in military service during World War I.
    • 1920
    • Miss Southern; 1967-1968

    • The Miss Southern handbook was written to help incoming female students adjust to life at the University of Southern Mississippi. It outlines codes of conduct and helps female students prepare for college.
    • 1967; 1968
    • Miss Southern; 1953-1954

    • The Miss Southern handbook was written to help incoming female students adjust to life at the University of Southern Mississippi. It outlines codes of conduct and helps female students prepare for college.
    • 1953; 1954
    • Miss Southern; 1966-1967

    • The Miss Southern handbook was written to help incoming female students adjust to life at the University of Southern Mississippi. It outlines codes of conduct and helps female students prepare for college.
    • 1966; 1967
    • Hardly inspires confidence your honor

    • cartoon by Arthur Henrikson; A man helps a judge put on a robe labeled "Judicial ethics" The robe has a number of holes in it, and it appears to be very worn and tattered. The man helping the judge put on his robe says,"Hardly inspires confidence,...
    • 1970-02-24;

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