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    • General Nat and horse; 1958

    • Photograph of General Nat and his horse. In 1953, General Nat (for Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest) was approved as the Southerners’ mascot. The first General Nat was Archie Hughes, and Nat’s horse was named Son of Dixie. This photo is featured in...
    • 1958
    • General Nat; circa 1970

    • Photograph of Steve Hood, as Southern's mascot, General Nat, aids cheerleaders in leading a pep rally for one of the out-of-town ball games. Hood prospects for Big Gold at each football game with the aid of the mascot mule, Sergeant. In 1953,...
    • 1968; 1969; 1970; 1971; 1972
    • General Nat; 10 December 1968

    • Photograph of Harry Arcarese, as Southern's mascot, General Nat. In 1953, General Nat (for Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest) was approved as the Southerners’ mascot. The first General Nat was Archie Hughes, and Nat’s horse was named Son of Dixie.
    • 1968-12-10
    • General Nat; Undated

    • Photograph of Southern's mascot, General Nat. In 1953, General Nat (for Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest) was approved as the Southerners’ mascot. The first General Nat was Archie Hughes, and Nat’s horse was named Son of Dixie.
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    • General Nat; circa 1967-1968

    • Photograph of Ray Gibson, as Southern's mascot, General Nat. In 1953, General Nat (for Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest) was approved as the Southerners’ mascot. The first General Nat was Archie Hughes, and Nat’s horse was named Son of Dixie.
    • 1967; 1968
    • 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...
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    • Oral history with Mr. William J. Simmons

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted on June 26, 1979 with Mr. William J. Simmons at his office in Jackson, Mississippi. Simmons was born in 1916 in Utica, Mississippi. He attended Millsaps College and Mississippi College, graduating from the...
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    • Oral history with Erskine Caldwell

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on August 25, 1971 with Erskine Caldwell (1903-1987). Mr. Caldwell was a prominent American author whose works include Tobacco Road, (1932) and God's Little Acre (1933).
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    • Oral history with Mr. Kenneth Dean

    • Oral history.; Discusses race relations in New York and Mississippi, the problems of freedom-of-choice desegregation, and the power of Joe Patterson, John Bell Williams, and James Eastland in Mississippi politics. This interview reviews the lawsuit...
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    • Oral history with Dr. William A. Butts

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted on March 3, 1976 with Dr. William A. Butts at his office on the campus of the University of Southern Mississippi. Butts was born in 1933 near Kilmichael, Mississippi. After graduating high school, he went on to...
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    • Oral history with Mr. Harry A. Martin

    • Oral history.; Mr. Harry A. Martin was born in Clarke County, Mississippi, on July 20, 1925. Mr. Martin became active in Four-H Club and in Future Farmers of America during his elementary and high school years. After graduation, Mr. Martin got a...
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    • Oral history with Dr. W. B. Thompson

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted on October 7, 1976 with Dr. W. B. Thompson at his office at Mississippi College in Clinton, Mississippi. Thompson was born on November 5, 1920 in Columbus, Mississippi. After returning from service in World War...
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    • Oral history with Aimee Gautier-Dugger

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on February 21, 2007 with Aimee Gautier-Dugger, who describes her experience waiting out the storm in Gautier, the city her ancestors founded, and the struggle to regroup after the storm.
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    • Oral history with Charles Griffin

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on June 18, 1980 with Charles Hudson Griffin (born 1926). Griffin served in the office of U. S. Congressman John Bell Williams until 1968 when he campaigned for the position himself. He served three terms...
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    • Oral history with Mr. Roberts Wilson, Jr.

    • Oral history.; Mr. Roberts Wilson Jr. was born July 6, 1941, in Rosedale, Mississippi. After attending both Vanderbilt University and the University of Mississippi, he went to Washington. D.C., during the mid 1960s where he worked in the office of...
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    • Oral history with Mr. William Joel Blass

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted on March 26, 1977 with William Joel Blass (born 1917). As a lawyer in 1952, he successfully prosecuted the Boyce Holleman case by proving that voter fraud had kept Holleman from winning. Beginning in 1953, he...
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