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    • Ferriero Visit

    • 2011-09-25
    • (l to r) MS Congressman Gregg Harper, MSU Provost Jerry Gilbert, U.S. Archivist David Ferriero, and MSU President Mark Keenum visit as Keenum accepts a document on behalf of MSU from Ferriero prior to his Collins Series presentation.
    • Ferriero Visit

    • 2011-09-25
    • (l to r) MS Congressman Gregg Harper, MSU Provost Jerry Gilbert, U.S. Archivist David Ferriero, MSU President Mark Keenum, and Dean of MSU Libraries Frances Coleman visit as Keenum accepts a document on behalf of MSU from Ferriero prior to his...
    • Ferriero Visit

    • 2011-09-25
    • (l to r) MS Congressman Gregg Harper, MSU Provost Jerry Gilbert, U.S. Archivist David Ferriero, MSU President Mark Keenum, and Dean of MSU Libraries Frances Coleman visit as Keenum accepts a document on behalf of MSU from Ferriero prior to his...
    • Stephen D. Lee Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • A. M. Griffin writes to Lee on behalf of his son who says he will not apologize for what he said and is still upset because of how he was not treated fairly in the purchase of the furniture. March 19, 1890.
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • Ben E. Stewart writes on behalf of his brother asking that he be excused from field work and given a regular seat in the dining hall. In the last letter he asks that his brother be excused to come home for Christmas holidays. October 19, 1899,...
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • Dr. Fred M. Brougher writes to Stone on behalf of M. M. Gibson who would like his son sent home from the College as soon as he has recovered fromt eh measles. January 1, 1900.
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • George M. Tuxbury writes to Stone on behalf of Mrs. J. Elizabeth Ball, whose son, Harrison E. Ball, is sick and must return home to Ocean Springs, Mississippi. Tuxbury implores Stone to find a job for Harrison at the College which will help him...
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • In a series of four letters to Stone, the Jackson family writes in regards to their family member being sent home. In the first, H. Z. Jackson writes to Stone asking for another chance for his nephew. He ensures him that he will not break the rules...
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • J. J. Garner writes on behalf of Camp and Hinton out of Lumberton, Mississippi. He explains that they wish to purchase all of the land that belongs to the college west of the railroad. They plan to take the land and pay one dollar per 1000 feet as...
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • L. F. Montgomery writes to Stone on behalf of the Illinois Central Railroad Company telling him that they cannot make an exception for A and M College in regards to pricing as it would not be fair to other schools. September 6, 1899.

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