Oral history.; An interview conducted on May 9, 2007 with Perry and Bobbye Gibson. Long-time residents of the Gulf Coast, they discuss their ties to the community of Bay St. Louis as well as their experiences during and after Hurricane Katrina.
Oral history.; An interview with Michael Hewes conducted on December 29, 2006. Hewes discusses his preparations before, and his experience during, and cleanup and recovery efforts after Hurricane Katrina in Gulfport, Mississippi.
Oral history.; An interview conducted on December 6, 2007 with Kathryn Anne ""Sally"" James. A lifelong Pass Christian resident, Ms. James describes the impact of Hurricane Katrina on her family and the city of Pass Christian, Mississippi.
Oral history.; An interview with Sister Jacqueline Howard conducted on May 30, 2007. Principal at Our Lady Academy in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, Howard describes the impact of Hurricane Katrina on the school and the community of Bay St. Louis.
A collection of interviews with African-Americans of the Mississippi Gulf Coast, circa twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, who knew Colonel John Robinson, an African-American pilot who was tapped by Ethiopian Emperor Haile Sellassie in the...
Oral history.; An interview conducted on February 22, 2007 with Barry McIlwain, a business owner in Pascagoula, MS, who describes losing and rebuilding his home as well as the local, state, and federal relief efforts after Hurricane Katrina.
Oral history.; An interview conducted on February 22, 2007 with Paige Roberts, Director of Southeast Mississippi's Chapter of the Red Cross, who discusses the hurricane season of 2005, especially Hurricane Katrina's lingering devastation.
Photograph of the Baptist Student Center during construction. Text on back of photo: "BSU Center construction is nearing completion. The building is being constructed on the original property purchased by the MS Baptist Convention early in the...
From the Zeman (Zoya) Freedom Summer Collection.; Photograph of an unidentified house taken in September 1964. In front of the one-story brick house is a lamppost with a sign that reads "The Doctors Tolbert." The location of the house is unknown.