Letter to Cammie Williams from his brother, Mims Williams, in Terry, Mississippi, urging him to try to break a contract with a "worthless and rascally negro" named Lew Berry in favor of a man named Bob Sherman.
College students--Mississippi--History.; Eliot, George, 1819-1880. Adam Bede.; Spencer, Herbert, 1820-1903.; Women--Suffrage--United States--History--19th century.; Mormons--Mississippi--History.; Elections--Mississippi--History.; Millsaps College...
Letter to Cammie Williams from his brother, Mims Williams, at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi, regarding books he has read, political matters, his opposition to women's suffrage, and a Natchez pastor found out to be homosexual.
Cleveland, Grover, 1837-1908.; Hill, David B. (David Bennett), 1843-1910.; Populist Party (U.S.); Elections--United States--1892.; National Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union--History--19th century.; Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railway...
Letter to Cammie Williams from his cousin, Willie R. Hollingsworth, in Chicago, Illinois, regarding courtship and politics - particularly his support of the Democratic party and Grover Cleveland.
Spiritualism--United States--History--19th century.; Opera--United States--19th century.; Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870.
Letter from "Lulu" (Martha Louisa Starr) in Charleston, South Carolina, to her fiance. They were married in December of 1870, and Wednesday fell on May 4 in 1870. She mentions meeting Robert E. Lee; he died only five months later.
Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Agriculture; Agricultural prices; Cotton; Agriculture and state; Acreage allotments
Letters of correspondence between Boswell Stevens and Senator John C. Stennis, regarding permanent legislation on cotton acreage allotments and its potential effect on cotton production, farmers and the economy.