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    • Land Indenture Agreement

    • Deeds--Mississippi--Simpson County.
    • Contract of the heirs of John Calvin Williams on how to designate the land among each other and their mother. Signed by Cammie Williams, Mims Williams, Douglas K. Williams, Mary E. Stewart, and Cora L. Mitchell. Witnessed by Justice of the Peace A....
    • Document
    • Land Deed

    • Deeds--Mississippi--Simpson County.
    • Land deed designating 640 acres to Virginia Williams in Simpson County, Mississippi. Signed by Cammie Williams, Mims Williams, Cora L. Mitchell, Mary E. Stewart, and Douglas K. Williams. Witnessed by Justice of the Peace A. R. Smith.
    • Document
    • Land Deed

    • Deeds--Mississippi--Simpson County.
    • Land deed warranting land from Virginia Williams to Cammie Williams, Mims Williams, Cora L. Mitchell, Mary E. Stewart, and Douglas K. Williams. Witnessed by Justice of the Peace A. R. Smith.
    • Document
    • Letter from Cammie Williams to Mims Williams

    • Education--Mississippi--History.
    • Letter from Cammie Williams to his brother, Mims Williams, regarding the education of Gordon Williams (Cammie's son) and Mims Williams (Mims' son).
    • Letter
    • Letter from Morton Williams

    • Sugarcane.; Agriculture--Mississippi--History.; Penmanship--History.
    • Letter from Morton Williams to Mims Williams, regarding sugarcane.
    • Letter
    • Letter from I. E. Pritchett

    • Liver--Cirrhosis.; Williams family.
    • Letter to Virginia Williams from Dr. I. E. Pritchett of Houston, Texas, regarding the death of a Judge Williams.
    • Letter
    • Letter to Virginia Williams from Mims Williams

    • Summerland (Miss.)--History.; Banks and banking--Mississippi--History.; Williams family.
    • Letter from Mims Williams to his mother, Virginia Williams, regarding his new position at a bank in Summerland, Mississippi.
    • Letter
    • Letter from Mims Williams to Cammie Williams

    • Bailey, Joseph W. (Joseph Weldon), 1863-1929.; Williams family.
    • Letter from Mims Williams to his brother, Cammie Williams, regarding the farewell address of Texas Senator Joseph Weldon Bailey.
    • Letter
    • Yellow Fever Journal

    • Yellow fever--Mississippi.; Diaries.; Dry Grove (Miss.)--History.; Williams family.
    • Small journal kept by John Calvin Williams during the yellow fever epidemic in Dry Grove, Mississippi, in 1878. According to the note pasted later into the front of the journal, Williams himself died of the fever on October 31, 1878.
    • Document
    • Letter from Cammie Williams to Mims Williams

    • Mississippi Cotton Oil Co. (Jackson, Miss.); W. C. Ellis Co.; Mississippi--Economic conditions.; Williams family.
    • Letter from Cammie Williams to his brother, Mims Williams, regarding the closing of the W. C. Ellis Company and other economic and general remarks.
    • Letter
    • Letter from Mims Williams to His Mother

    • Children--Death--History.; Commerce--Mississippi.; Williams family.
    • Letter from Mims Williams to his mother, Virginia Williams, regarding the death of Lamar Hollingsworth, a child in Dry Grove, Mississippi, as well as Williams' attempts to sell his home in Magee.
    • Letter
    • Tax Collector's Deed

    • Deeds--Mississippi--Hinds County.; Surveying--Mississippi--History.
    • Tax collector's deed and land survey for Cal Williams in Dry Grove, Mississippi.
    • Document
    • Letter to Mims Williams from Mote Williams

    • Hay.; Stacks (Hay, grain, etc.); Agriculture--Mississippi--History.
    • Handwritten letter to Mims Williams from Mote Williams in Terry, Mississippi, about problems encountered while baling hay.
    • Letter
    • Letter to Cammie Williams

    • African Americans--Mississippi--Social conditions--19th century.; Contracts--Mississippi--History.; Farm tenancy--Mississippi--History.
    • Letter to Cammie Williams from his brother, Mims Williams, in Terry, Mississippi, urging him to try to break a contract with a "worthless and rascally negro" named Lew Berry in favor of a man named Bob Sherman.
    • Letter
    • Letter to Cammie Williams

    • College students--Mississippi--History.; Eliot, George, 1819-1880. Adam Bede.; Spencer, Herbert, 1820-1903.; Women--Suffrage--United States--History--19th century.; Mormons--Mississippi--History.; Elections--Mississippi--History.; Millsaps College...
    • Letter to Cammie Williams from his brother, Mims Williams, at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi, regarding books he has read, political matters, his opposition to women's suffrage, and a Natchez pastor found out to be homosexual.
    • Letter
    • Letter from Mims Williams to His Mother

    • Wills.; Williams family.
    • Letter from Mims Williams to his mother, Virginia Williams, regarding the contested will of William Douglass.
    • Letter
    • Letter to Mims Williams from his Mother

    • Wills.; Williams family.
    • Letter to Mims Williams from his mother, Virginia Williams, regarding the contested will of William Douglass.
    • Letter
    • Letter from Mims Williams to His Mother

    • The Edwards (Jackson, Miss.)
    • Letter from Mims Williams to his mother, Virginia Williams, from the Edwards hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. He recommends that his ill brother, Cammie Williams, drink water and buttermilk.
    • Letter
    • Letter to Mims Williams

    • Sanatoriums--Mississippi.; Williams family.
    • Letter from Cammie Williams to his brother Mims, regarding an accident, Nettie Williams' "indisposition" at the Sanatorium, and other family news.
    • Letter

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