From the Adams (John Q.) Letters. Letter from John Quince Adams to his wife, Sarah Adams, dated 10 June 1862, written from a camp near Booneville, Mississippi. Adams, who served in Co. E., 60th Regiment of the Illinois Volunteers during the Civil...
From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph of O'Ferrall's horse-drawn float; it was the winning entry in Hattiesburg's 1906 Fourth of July parade. The float is parked in front of O'Ferrall's Ladies Furnishings; 7 x 5
From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph of the Hotel Weidmann, D. B. Henley Photo Studio, and the Century Drug Store, circa 1910. D. B. Henley took many of the early Hattiesburg Photographs.
Photograph of the ruins of the O'Connell store in Purvis, Mississippi. Front view, facing east on Main Street right across from Weems' Main Street property; unidentified man and woman on sidewalk; 5 x 4
From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph of sales clerks inside the S. H. Kress Store on Main Street in downtown Hattiesburg in 1915. Third from right is Ester Lee Camp, and fourth from right is Pearl Hardin Bundy.
From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph of an interior view of the H.E. Bro Auto Accessory Store on East Pine Street. Stanford Gunn, Sr., Lamar Bro, Eli Bro, and Peter Bro are in the store.
Photograph of Wimpy's, a cooperative store, sponsored by the Student Christian Federation. The profits were used for the betterment of social and religious life on campus. Also found in Dearly Bought, Deeply Treasured on page 56, and the 1939 Neka...