Hurricane Camille photographs, 1969: View of Clayton Rand home located along Oak Avenue and East Beach Boulevard (U.S. 90). Though heavily damaged by Hurricane Camile, the house was repaired and stood until Hurricane Katrina.
Meadows, R. B., Jr.--Photographs.; Barnett, Ross R. (Ross Robert), 1898-1987--Photographs.; Seal, Leo, Jr.--Photographs.; Mississippi State Port Authority (Gulfport, Miss.)--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
Gulfport Mayor R. B. Meadows, Jr. (left) awards Governor Ross Barnett a ship's wheel as a symbol of the formal transfer of the Port of Gulfport to state ownership, 1961.
Hurricane Camille photographs, 1969: Interior view of Clayton Rand home located along Oak Avenue and East Beach Boulevard (U.S. 90). Though heavily damaged by Hurricane Camile, the house was repaired and stood until Hurricane Katrina.
Business and industrial leaders of Gulfport and the community are pictured in front of Beach View Hall Ward A - Building 1, as they attend an industrial seminar at the Gulfport Veterans Administration Hospital, Gulfport, Mississippi, 1961.
Jordan, Lee--Photographs.; Mississippi Power and Light Company--Photographs.; Pierce, Walter--Photographs.; Ocean Springs (Miss.)--Photographs.; Electric power--Mississippi.; Brash, F. C. C.--Photographs.; Schmidt, C. E.--Photographs.; Moran, A....
Mississippi Power installs a new sub station at Ocean Springs, Mississippi. (l to r): Lee Jordan, Walter Pierce, F.C.C. Brash, C.E. Schmidt, and A.P. Moran.
Pascagoula (Miss.)--Harbor--Photographs.; Port of Pascagoula--Photographs.; Harbors--Mississippi--Photographs.; Jackson County (Miss.)--Photographs.; Cargo ships.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
Breece-White Manufacturing Co. (Arkansas City, Ark.); White, Carl L., 1881-.; Logging--Arkansas--Crittenden County.; Claybrook, John C., 1872-1951.; West Memphis (Ark.)--History.; Bragg, Zachary, 1888-1967.; Forests and forestry--Arkansas--Arkansas...
Zack Bragg questionaire filled in by Howard Hanlon, together with Carl L. White, Sr. interview.
Gulfport Garden Club at Spring Flower Show, 1961. Left-Right: Mrs. O.F. Cassibry-Show Chairman, Mrs. George C. Lott-tricolor winner in arrangement, Miss. Willena Ratliff, Junior Garden Club Chairman, Mrs.W. A. Gregurich-President.
Some points on judging corn are shown to County Agent W. R. Sullivan of Holmes County by Dewitt C. Lundy (right) of Lexington, member of the original Holmes County boys' corn club. Lundy was one of four Southern boys to win the first national award...