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.
Historic buildings; Starkville (Miss.); Woodworking tools; Outlaw family; Page family
Collection of hand-made woodworking tools displayed in Outlaw-Page House, circa 1836. Slide taken to accompany a Doy Longest lecture based on her book Historic Homes and Buildings of Oktibbeha County (1977).
Newton Co. (Miss.); Williams, John Harvey--Family; farm life--Mississippi
John Harvey Williams family farm; multiple views. Farm of 125 acres owned and 80 acres rented in the Sweet Water Community. Newton Co. Agricultural agent C. P. (Price) Miller assisted with selection of farm family.
Mississippi State University; Mississippi State University--History; Mississippi State University--Employees; Mississippi State University. Extension Service; Agriculture; Agriculture--Research; Interviews; Agricultural extension workers;...
Oral history; interview with Dr. Bob Williams, May 17, 2012, Mitchell Memorial Library, Mississippi State University. Williams was born in Joiner, Arkansas, in 1939. He first came to Mississippi State as a student in 1959, and graduated with his...