From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph of (left to right) R.W. Dunn, W. S. F. Tatum, and Dr. W. E. Holcomb. W. S. F. Tatum donated the property on which South Mississippi Woman's College was established in 1911. The school is now...
From the Tatum Family Business Records. Photograph of a view of a pine forest showing some fire damage. W. S. F. Tatum stands on the far right of the photograph. Two unidentified men stand near the center.
From the Tatum Family Business Records. Photograph of W. S. F. Tatum (beard) standing in downtown Hattiesburg with two unidentified men, and unidentified woman and two unidentified children (boy and girl).
From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph of a formal Portrait of W. S. F. (Willie Sion Franklin) Tatum, mayor of Hattiesburg from 1922-1925, and 1929-1937. Mr. Tatum was also the owner of Tatum Lumber Company.
From the Tatum Family Business Records. An accident report from the Tatum Lumber Company concerning Burton Hartfield that occurred at the mill near Bonhomie, Mississippi in Forrest County. Signed W.S.F. Tatum. Also see mus.m316.0209.
From the Tatum Family Business Records. Accident report from the Tatum Lumber Company involving employee Joe Entrekin at the lumber camp in the woods of Lamar County. Signed by W.S.F. Tatum. See also mus.m316.0212.
Twenty-page typescript of the diary of Jinny Glass, dated August 7, 1964, through August 25, 1964. Glass was a Freedom Summer volunteer from California who worked at the Palmer's Crossing Community Center, south of Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
Oral history.; An interview conducted on June 12, 2008 with Rev. S.V. and Virginia Adolph of Gulfport, MS. Mr. Adolph is a pastor at First Missionary Baptist Church in Gulfport and they discuss the church's role in recovery after Hurricane Katrina.
Transcribed copy of a letter from Zoya Zeman to her family dated April 26, 1964. Zeman began writing this letter on April 26 after attending a conference at Stanford University, and then finished it on May 23, 1964. Zeman explains that the main...