Wood W. Speed family farm; multiple views. Farm of 878 acres located in the Leaf River Community about 8 miles east of Collins, MS. Covington Co. Extension staff assisted with selection of farm family.
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.
Senator Stennis in Mississippi Brooklyn Ashe Nursery Craig Walley Erambert DeSilva U.S. Forest Service Stennis
Senator John Stennisin Brooklyn, MS; Stennis leans over to examine longleaf pine seedlings ready for lifting at the Ashe Nursery, US Forest Service, Brooklyn, MS. Observing are, l-r, State Forester, Jim Craig, District Forest Ranger Del Thorsen,...
Hinds County (Miss.)--History.; Surveying--United States--History.; Chapel Hill (Miss.)--History.; Williams family.
Sectional map of Townships 3 and 4, Ranges 2W and 3W, from the Chancery Court of Hinds County, Mississippi. Note to Cam Williams discloses that the map apparently relates to a petition concerning the land area of Chapel Hill, Mississippi.
Recipes for medicines to treat ailments in animals: 'Distemper in Dogs'; 'Colic in Horses'; 'Swiney In Horses'; 'Blind staggers'; 'Coughs in Horses'; 'Tonic Powder'; 'Cholera in Chickens'; and 'Roup in chickens'. A section that begins 'Negro...
Tuition; Schools; School children; Hinds County (Miss.)
Receipt for tuition paid to I.M.F. Browne for Master Willie Hobbs for school term ending July 4, 1863. Also includes note regretting Willie's absence from school due to illness and stating Browne's opinion of Willie as ""a good boy"" who will make...
Mississippi Industrial College (Holly Springs, Miss.); Libraries; Universities and colleges
Postcard depicting the Carnegie Library building at Mississippi Industrial College in Holly Springs, Mississippi. Note on reverse from Maudline Lewis in Holly Springs to Mrs. Lee McComb in Aberdeen, 26 December 1936.
Postcard depicting Rust University, an historically African-American college founded by the Methodist Church in Holly Springs, Mississippi in 1866. Note on reverse from Miriam in Holly Springs to Mrs. Fannie McComb in Aberdeen, 27 December 1936.