Clinton, Bill. Iraq. Hussein, Saddam. Montgomery GI Bill.
1- Gov. Bill Clinton was inaugurated as President of the United States on Wednesday. What were you impressions of this historic ceremony on the ground of the U.S. Capitol?; 2- The U.S. and its allies have launched air and missile attacks against...
Love family; Lowndes County (Miss.); Crawford (Miss.); Mississippi; United States; Civil war; Southern States; Reconstruction (U.S. History, 1865-1877); Chickasaw Indians; Choctaw Indians; Mississippi. National Guard
Transcript of William A. Love's manuscript history which he titled Autobiographical Sketch and Narrative Help's in Mississippi History. This history written in longhand by Love around 1925 is an attempt to tell Mississippi�s history from the...
An interior wooden door painted to resemble other types of wood, termed culling or faux bois, in the Meadow Woods house. Slide taken to accompany a Doy Longest lecture based on her book Historic Homes and Buildings of Oktibbeha County (1977).
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).
Cully A. Cobb (right), a 1908 alumnus of MSU, presents a granite monument marking Eckie's Pond as a historic site on the MSU campus to President William L. Giles, while Mrs. Cobb looks on. The pond was first built in 1893 by Professor A. B. McKay.
Historic buildings; Dwellings; Starkville (Miss.); Wooden doors; Locks and keys; Rice family
Door with double cross pattern and a iron and brass lock in the Meadow Woods house. Slide taken to accompany a Doy Longest lecture based on her book Historic Homes and Buildings of Oktibbeha County (1977).