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.
Willard J. Yawn family farm; multiple views. Farm of 318 acres located six and a half miles north of Collins, MS. The Soil Conservation District Commissioners of Covington County assisted with selection of farm family.
Farm site: Dr. Etherly Place, 9 miles from Mounds Landing. Mrs. B. B. Payne standing in hole washed where barn had washed away during flood of 1927. In rear, B. B. Payne in hole washed under farm residence before it joined floating debris.
Dedication of the John W. Starr National Forest, November 11, 1978. Dr. Louis Wise and Dr. William Giles, Mississippi State University President present a color print of the sign to Mrs. Caroline B. Starr.
Pres. Giles is pictured accepting a check for $20,000 from W. M. Savelle (alumni) to be used for facilities and equipment in MSU's Dept. of Aerophysics and Aerospace. Also pictured are: Dr. C. B. Cliett, Harry Simrall, and Dr. John K....
Dr. W. L. Giles (seated), president of MSU, is shown accepting a check from W. M. Savelle (alumnus) to be used for facilities and equipment in MSU's Dept. of Aerophysics and Aerospace. Also on hand for the presentation were: Dr. C . B. Cliett,...
Dr. W. L. Giles is shown talking to Mrs. C. W. Whittington (wife of the president of the MSU Development Foundation) and General Electric Company executive William R. Eaton at the annual Patrons Banquet.
MSU officials William L. Giles, Dr. John K. Bettersworth, E. E. Mitchell, and Dr. Francis Rhodes receive a $1,000 check from the Union Carbide Corporation for the unrestricted use of the Industrial Technology Department.