Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Alabama-Mississippi Social Work Education Conference records
Abstract Commonplace book containing diary entries, recipes, miscellaneous writings, newspaper clippings, and poems; created by Martha Jane Coleman Banks of Columbus, Mississippi.
Dates: Circa 1848-1865
Overview Handwritten and typescript documents - correspondence, affidavits, etc. - relating to two southern clients of the New York lawyer Quinton Corwine, dealing with compensation due them for cotton seized by federal agents during the Reconstruction period
Overview Diary for the year 1869 written by a young man in Rose Hill, Mississippi.
Overview Fragment of an envelope sent to David Holmes, then governor of the Mississippi Territory (which included the state of Alabama), on 15 May 1817, by Sam Dale at Fort Claiborne, Alabama
Dates: 1817 May 15
Overview One photographic album compiled by Leola Dennis containing seventy-one black-and-white photographs depicting life at the Utica Normal and Industrial Institute during the early 1920s.
Dates: circa 1921-1924
Overview Two pocket ledgers listing the cases and clients from Memphis, to Mobile, to New Orleans, of this Pontotoc, Mississippi, lawyer, from 1839-1842
Overview Ten U.S. postal service railroad mail service directories for several southeastern states: Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas; letters, postal rating exams, etc.
Abstract Miscellaneous manuscripts from the Gulf Coast; business related, bills, receipts, pricing lists
Dates: 1836 - 1876
Overview Picture of the Mississippi Territory seal
Overview Contains correspondence between Thomas McAdory Owen and Mississippi authors and scholars regarding Owen's A Bibliography of Mississippi.
Abstract Letters to his wife and family sent from Kentucky and Corinth, Mississippi in 1862. The letters give instructions for handling his business affairs and express discontent with the war.
Overview Two documents in the case of an altercation between A.L. West and Thomas M. Pearce in Noxubee, Mississippi.
Dates: circa 1867