Oral History Collections A-Z

Alphabetical Index to the Collection

Subject headings and names of people interviewed are intermixed in alphabetical order.
Interviews are listed by the last name of the person interviewed.
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A

*ABBOTT, Samuel W. - World War II prisoner of war - v. 249 (1980)
atomic bombs; atrocities and punishments; Bataan; buddy system; Cabanatuan; Civilian Conservation Corps; Corregidor; health problems associated with incarceration; incarceration, long term effects of ; incarceration in Japan; legislative cooperation with veterans; Malinta Tunnel; Nagasaki; Palawan Island; Panay crisis; Pearl Harbor bombing, effects on Cavite; Veterans Administration; war crimes trials

*ABERDEEN, Mississippi
Peacock, Lucille - v. 548

*ABERNETHY, Thomas G. - U.S. representative from Mississippi - v. 23 (1973)
(Tapes are restricted from public use; manuscript available.) Congressional career; as mayor of Eupora; serving as Okolona district attorney; race against John Rankin
discussed in: Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Cortright, George - v. 122; Griffin, Charles - v. 191; Kirkpatrick, Clifton v. 144; Stevens, Boswell - v. 9

*ABZUG, Bella
mentioned in: Griffin, Charles - v. 191

*ACKER, Freddie - Pearl River County resident - v. 418 (1992)
Crosby family; Picayune, Mississippi; recreation; religion; sawmill work; working with World War II prisoners of war (Also on deposit is a videotape of the interview.)

*ADAM, Bidwell - Gulf Coast resident and lieutenant governor - v. 34 (1971)
"The Big Four" and the Building Commission; Bilbo administrations; Bilbo and Huey Long; Bilbo, Theodore; Dantin, Maurice, campaign of ; lieutenant governor; perceptions of Mississippi politicians; Pass Christian alderman; Hancock County supervisor; State Democratic Executive Committee chairman
discussed in: Darby, Cooper - v. 158; Hubbell, William F. - v. 64; Quave, Russell - v. 189 Simmons, Hansford, L. - v. 77; Walker, E.M. - v. 92

*ADICKES, Sandra - Freedom Summer volunteer - v. 731 (1999)
family background; early teaching career; SNCC; Freedom Summer, recruiting for; Freedom Summer; Dahmer, Vernon; Freedom Summer, first school day of; Hattiesburg Public Library, integration of; Kress lunch counter; nonviolent tactics; Piel, Eleanor Jackson; Adickes v. Kress
mentioned in: Michaels, Sheila Shiki y Kessler - v. 732

*ADLER, David - Hattiesburg resident - v. 282 (1981)
Adler's Furniture; anti-Semitism in Hattiesburg; Bilbo, Theodore G.; family background; floods; Great Depression; Jewish congregation and culture in Hattiesburg; women as rabbis

*ADOPTION
Henderson, Al - v. 607

*AEROSPACE industry in Mississippi
Auter, Henry - v. 261
Cashion, Ken - v. 466
Estess, Roy S. - v. 444
Guin, J.H. v. 430
Heimburg, Karl - v. 399
Herring, Mack - v. 415
Hlass, Jerry - v. 437
LaMunyon, Ted - v. 409
Nicholson, Roscoe - v. 404
Rogers, Arthur J. - v. 386
Smith, Gerald - v. 684
Tessman, Bernhard - v. 399
Woods, E. G - v. 435
see also: Aviation; Balch, Jackson; Goddard Space Flight Center; Stennis Space Center

*AFRICAN-AMERICAN experience in Mississippi
Austin, Gladys - v. 719
Baker, Constance - v. 658
Barnes, Ariel - v. 718
Brown, R. Jess - v. 20
Burger, N.R. - v. 356
Burney, Lillie - v. 292
Campbell, Sim - v. 271-6
Carter, Henrine - v. 244
Carthan, Eddie - v. 478
Cook, Clearse - v. 722
Duckworth, C.J. - v. 352
Fielder, Alvin Sr. - v. 709
Grant, Charles - v. 298
Hamer, Fannie Lou - v. 31
Hardy, Mattie Lou - v. 733-2
Henry, Aaron - v. 33
Jones, Lillie - v. 181
Kent, Marie Washington - v. 733-3
Magee, Ruby - v. 17
McCaughey, Eloise - v. 95
Parker, Charlie - v. 400
Peters, Pete - v. 550
Sinclair, Eleanor - v. 392-21
Spinks, Eberta - v. 720
see also: civil rights movement; education; race relations

*AGRICULTURE in Mississippi
general
Ball, Mrs. R.E. - v. 389
Ball, Doyle - v. 360
Bramlett, Leon - v. 205
Burris, Lawrence - v. 306
Britt, A.E. - v. 364
Clark, Andrew - v. 407
Craig, LoRaine - v. 363
Dakin , John - v. 302
Ellzey, Lee - v. 527
Emmerich, John Oliver - v. 16
Fletcher, L.L. - v. 445
Harris, Maury - v. 304
Hicks, Hervey O. - v. 361
Johnson, Seymour - v. 202
Jones, Lillie - v. 181
Price, James - v. 556
Reed, Lyman - v. 558
Seal, Louis - v. 288
Sheldon, Anson - v. 565
Smith, Irvin - v. 570
Smith, Maggie - v. 571
Sturdivant, Mike - v. 109
Sumrall, Richard - v. K4
Thames, David - v. 579
Todd, H.P. - v. 70
Wiggins, F.M. - v. 587
Yelverton, P.A. - v. 265
Agriculture, Industry, and Commerce program
Agricultural and Industrial Board
Triggs, Gene - v. 385
African-American farmers
Carthan, Eddie - v. 478
Jones, Lillie - v. 181
Parker, Charlie - v. 400
communal farming
Deal, Borden - v. 193
Hamer, Fannie Lou - v. 31
orchards/fruit
Hennington, Mrs. Lamar - v. 76
Lumpkin, F.S. - v. 103
rice
Walker, E.M. - Williams, E.B. - v. 92
Fletcher, L.L.- v. 445
soybeans
Johnson, Seymour - v. 202
Stevens, Boswell - v. 9
sugar cane
Reyer, Joe - v. 90
truck farming
Lewis, Arthur - v. 165
Lumpkin, F.S. Sr. - v. 102
Todd, H.P. - v. 70
see also: American Agricultural Movement interviews; catfish; cattle; cotton; Delta; Mississippi, turn-of-the-century life; National Cotton Council interview series; poultry farming; tenant system

*AGRICULTURAL Act of 1970
recollections of: Denton, Chauncey - v. 123; Edwards, Macon - v. 140; Russell, Albert - v. 147

*AGUINALDO, Emilio
World War II meeting: Winter, William - v. 417

*AINSWORTH, Charles L. - Hattiesburg resident - v. 156 (1976)
church meetings; early construction; Hattiesburg in 1906; homemade medical remedies; lynching; joining the KKK; lumbermen; "putting in the hogs"; perceptions of Governors Bilbo, White and Paul Johnson Jr.; trapping wild hogs; turn-of-the-century life and culture in Hattiesburg; virgin timber and early sawmill towns; wages

*ALBERT, Carl
mentioned in: Griffin, Charles - v. 191; Giffen, Russell - v. 124

*ALCORN COUNTY, Mississippi
Huggins, Marvin - v. 304-04

*ALCORN STATE UNIVERSITY
Banks, Earl - v. 380
Brown, R. Jess - v. 20
Burger, N.R. - v. 356
Talbert, Ernestine Denham - v. 702
Thomas, Isaac - v. 733-6
White, Samuel - v. 695, Part II

*ALEXANDER, William B. - state senator - v. 346 (1974)
political programs (prison reform, county government reform, education legislation, consumer credit bill, uniform tax assessment); recollections of governors and statesmen discussion of: Corlew, John - v. 221; DeCell, Herman - v. 207; Ramsay, Claude - v. 215

*ALEXANDER, Ted - president, Pearl River Community College - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*ALFONSO Family - ethnic groups, Gulf Coast - v. 296 (1976)
Alfonso, Decidue; Alfonso, Acursio (Gus); Alfonso, Ignatius (Nathan); Alfonso, Josephine; Alfonso, Vincenzo; Carnovale, Leborah Alfonso; jurricane Camille; Gulf Coast fishing industry; Gulfport Yacht Club; Italian community on the Gulf Coast

*ALFORD, John T. - 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-1 (1979)
42 inches of flood water; preparations for the flood; relief agencies; repairs and remodeling

*ALFORD, Sam W. - Pike County supervisor - v. 177 (1978)
career as a Pike County supervisor; Carmichael, Gil; Cochran, Thad; growing up in McComb; McComb tornado, 1975; Mississippi Democratic Party leadership structure; Pickering, Charles; Reed, Clarke; Republican Party, 1976 national convention; state highways; state politics; state Supervisors Association

*ALLEN, George E. - advisor to Roosevelt, Truman, and Eisenhower - v. 21 (1972)
Booneville, Mississippi; business interests; Depression-era politics; development of relief funds during the Depression; Democratic Convention of 1912; Eaton, Cyrus; Harrison, Pat; Hoover, Herbert; Hoover, J. Edgar; Hopkins, Harry; Johnson, Lyndon B.; law practice in Okolona; Nixon, Richard; nuclear politics (atomic weapons); presidential advisors; presidential election, 1944; presidential humor; presidential politics; Roosevelt, Franklin D. (and family); Truman presidency; working with three administrations
discussed in: Catledge, Turner - v. 1; Clegg, Hugh - v. 99

*ALLEN, John
discussion of: Bahr, Howard - v. 199; Wilber, Leon - v. 101
see also: University of Southern Mississippi

*ALLRED, Mike discussion of: Cochran, Thad - v. 220

*AMACKER, A. O. "Doc" educator and Pearl River County resident - v. 78 (1975)
Bilbo, Theodore; education and teaching career; turn-of-the-century life in Chinquapin; University of Southern Mississippi; views of prominent Mississippians

*AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL MOVEMENT
guide to the oral history series of interviews - v. 304
Branch, Sidney - v. 304-01
Ford, Will - v. 304-02
Harris, Maury - v. 304-03
Huggins, Martin - v. 304-04
Klyce, Fred - v. 304-05
Price, Herschel - v. 304-06
Sides, Chappell - v. 304-07
Stanley, Don - v. 304-08
general views on: Edwards, Macon - v. 140; Todd, H.P. - v. 70

*AMERICAN FARM BUREAU
Coker, Robert - v. 121
Dunn, Read - v. 139
Jackson, Robert - v. 143
Stevens, Boswell - v. 9
Wilson, Clyde - v. 136
see also: Blair, Raymond - v. 119; Mississippi Farm Bureau; National Cotton Council

*AMERICAN LEGION
Capdepon, Henry - v. 392-4

*AMERICAN RED CROSS
Carter, Sarah - v. 423
Collins, Donnie - v. 105
Henton, Mel - v. 295-23
Panico, Al - v. 295-33

*AMERICAN TEXTILE MANUFACTURERS INSTITUTE (ATMI)
Jackson, Robert - v. 143
Reid, William - v. 134
Wilson, Clyde - v. 136
see also: textile industry in Mississippi

*AMERICANS for the PRESERVATION of the WHITE RACE
Johnston, Erle - v. 276

*AMES, Mrs. Floyd I. - Hattiesburg resident - v. 500 (1973)
(No bound manuscript. Tapes and a rough transcript on deposit.) development and growth of Hattiesburg since 1880s; life history of growing up as a member of prominent Hattiesburg family; Mardi Gras in Hattiesburg

*AMITE COUNTY, Mississippi
Ball, Doyle - v. 360
Campbell, Will - v. 157
Lewis, Nathaniel - v. 182
Steptoe, Eldridge - v. 653
Willoughby, Mrs. Bennett - v. 247

*AMUSEMENTS
general
Ellzey, Lee - v. 527
Owen, George - v. 332
Wells, Buck - v. 694
chautauqua, vaudeville, minstrel shows
Berryman, Joe - v. 50
Capers, Legrand - v. 153
Estes, Mrs. W.E. - v. 54
Todd, H.P. - v. 70
Vasselus, Paul - v. 152
Wells, Buck - v. 694
Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67
church, religion, and evangelists
Bilbo, J.O. - v. 453
Brown, Mrs.
Mary E. - v. 81
Hennington, Mrs. Lamar - v. 76
Jones, Lillie - v. 181
Langley, Fred R. - v. 52
Vasselus, Paul - v. 152
Walker, E.M. - v. 92
Whitten, Mrs. Mary L. - v. 56
Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67
hunting, fishing, trapping
Guice, Wade - v. 183
Hardy, Robert - v. 395
Kelly, Jim - v. 169
Lehman, Rudolph - v. 88
Walker, E.M. - v. 92
movies and motion pictures
Capers, Legrand - v. 153
Clegg, Hugh - v. 99
Hubbell, William - v. 64
Walker, E.M. - v. 92
Wells, Buck - v. 694
toys, games, and dances
Applewhite, Fred -v. 87
Brown, Mary - v. 81
Capers, Legrand - v. 153
Lehman, Rudolph - v. 88
Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67
see also: music; sports

*ANDERSON, Alma - professional beautician and Gulf Coast resident - v. 256 (1979)
Biloxi; Great Depression; hurricane Betsy; hurricane Camille; hurricane of 1947

*ANDERSON, Ivan - Pass Christian resident, Swedish immigrant - v.392-1 (1979)
(No bound manuscript; tapes and transcript available.) Hurricane Camille; landscape architecture in Washington, D.C.; Merchant Marines; moving to the U.S. at the turn of the century

*ANDERSON, Reuben V. - Mississippi Supreme Court justice - v. 320, part I (1986) & part II (1997)
Part I: composition of the court; death penalty; Mississippi legislature and constitution; perceptions on the judgeship; personal background; racism in Mississippi State Bar; workload of the court
Part II: education in Jackson; early civil rights attorneys; filing school desegregation suits; judges and courts; violence and danger of the civil rights movement; shortcomings of desegregation; running for public office; Jackson State murders

*ANDERSON CLAYTON cotton industry firm
Dunn, Reed - v. 139
Kennedy, James - v. 125
Wilson, Clyde - v. 136
see also: National Cotton Council interviews

*APLIN, Herbert - Hattiesburg resident - v. 384 (1991)
automobile business; Civilian Conservation Corps; Great Depression; Hattiesburg history; Works Progress Administration; World War I; World War II

*APPLEWHITE, Fred L. Methodist preacher and Tylertown native - v. 87 (1973)
Civil War lore; father in R.E. Lee's Army; panic of 1888; playing baseball growing up; preaching career; Tylertown in the 1880s; When My World Was Young

*ARIZONA COTTON GROWERS ASSOCIATION
discussion of: Youngker, Charles - v. 137

*ARMSTRONG, Louis - 1979 Pearl River flood - v. 295-2 (1979)
(unedited transcript) conditions after the flood; High Tower community history; Hinds County Human Resources Agency; psychological effect of the flood; Red Cross and racism

*ARNOLD, John - Jimmie Rodgers enthusiast/impersonator - v. 433 (1975)
family background and education; Grenada, establishing a business; musician, becoming one and performing; Rodgers, Jimmie; World War II service

*ARNOLD, John R. - dairy farming and Arnold Industries - v. 114 (1975)
cattle; dairy industry; furniture manufacturing; patents; Republican county chairman; Shared Dairy System; Starkville; tenant farming; tenants leaving for industrial jobs

*ARNOLD, Yvonne - USM archivist - v. 725 (1998)
family background; growing up in Hattiesburg; South Mississippi Infirmary; Hattiesburg, development of; attending USM; working at USM

*ART and ARTISTS
Anderson, Ivan - v. 392
Cruthirds, Elsie - v. 521
Gorton, Jennie Lee - v. 195
Hull, Marie - v. 18
Kimbrough, Sara - v. 333
Kitchens, O.W. - v. 537
McDavid, O.C. - v. 166
Meng, Sue - v. 402
Rogers, Lida - v. 560
Williams, Hiram - v. 241
Williams, Richard - v. 100
see also: music

*ASHBURY COLLEGE
Johnson, Z.T. - v. 278

*ASHFORD, Wilson - World War II veteran and Starkville resident - v. 477 (1993)
World War II; Starkville; NAACP; Mississippi School Board Association; Habitat for Humanity

*ASHLAND, Mississippi
Farese, Orene - v. 700

ATOMIC WEAPONS
see: Nuclear Weapons

*ATHLETES and COACHES
Hale, Edwin - v. 68
Leech, Dewey - v. 86
Turner, T.N. - v. 28
Walters, Carl - v. 170
see also: sports; University of Southern Mississippi

*AUSTIN, Gladys - secondary school teacher, Laurel, Mississippi - v. 719 (1995)
family background; segregation; education; teaching in Mississippi; Oak Park School

*AUTER, Henry F. - aerospace engineer, Vicksburg native - v. 261 (1980)
family background; Mississippi River pilots in the family; Mississippi State University; Mississippi Test Facility; Vicksburg during the Great Depression; World War II, Occupation Army in Japan

*Authors
see: Literature and authors

*AUTOMOBILES
Carmichael, Gil - v. 176

*AVIATION
Davis, Ralph - v. 84
Hamilton, M.W. - v. 464
Hatcher, Van R. - v. 648
Key, Al - v.83
Milner, J.K. - v. 159
Sullivan, G.R. - v.167
see also: aerospace industry; Gulf Coast; Keesler Air Force Base; Korean War; transportation; Vietnam War; World War I; World War II


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*BAHR, Howard W. - USM educator - v. 199 (1975)
Allen, John; education; family and upbringing; Fortune, Porter; McCain, William D.; Moorman, Charles; Stout, Wilbur; World War II

*BAILEY, Ben - professor, Tougaloo - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*BAILEY, James W. - Vietnam POW - v. 42 (1973)
Navy career; experiences as a prisoner of war

*BAILEY, Nan - Clarke County resident - v. 271-1 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) early-twentieth-century lifestyle, work, and attitudes in rural Clarke County

*BAILEY, Thomas Lawry
discussed in: Adam, Bidwell - v. 34; Clegg, Hugh - v. 99; Gillespie, Robert - v. 46; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10; Ivy H.M. - v. 279; Leech, Dewey - v. 86; Milner, J.K. - v. 159; Smith, Theo - v. 218

*BAKER, Constance - Eureka High School student and Head Start instructor v. 658 (1995)
Great Depression; Kelly Settlement; NAACP; racism in the north; Eureka High School; family background; desegregation, results of; growing up in Hattiesburg;

*BAKER, Harry S. - National Cotton Council of America - v. 115 (1977)
background; Cotton Council International; cotton industry problems; National Cotton Council president; National Cotton Council, working in
discussed in: Blair, Raymond - v. 119

*BALCH, Jackson
discussed in: Estess, Roy - v. 444; Hlass, Jerry - v. 437; Morrill, Peter - v. 442

*BALFOUR, Jeff - Purvis resident and alderman - v. 697 (1997)
growing up in the Piney Woods; logging and oxen; Ku Klux Klan; rattlesnake hunting; row-crop farming; attorney Lawrence Arrington; being an alderman in the city of Purvis; Tishimingo County

*BALL, Doyle - farmer, Amite and Copiah counties - v. 360 (1975)
agriculture; dairy industry; hiring out to wheat farmers in Kansas; livestock; turn-of-the-century lifestyle and farming; a practical veterinarian; work at Mississippi State University

*BALL, Mrs. R. E. - farmer, Webster and Calhoun counties - v. 389 (1974)
early life and family in Calhoun County; turn-of-the-century farming and farm life; Great Depression; modernization; tenant system

*BALLARD, Emma - Greenville resident - v. 501 (1974)
(No bound manuscript. Tape on deposit.) Bilbo and racial problems; cotton farming near Silver Creek; cotton industry; Crooked Creek church; farm life; flu epidemic of 1918; social life; turn-of-the-century life in Hattiesburg and Silver Creek area; typhus epidemics

*BANKING
Foote, L.Y. - v. 72
Lumpkin, F.S. - v. 102
Lumpkin, Franklin Jr. - v. 103
McMullan, Paul - v. 113
Quave, Russell - v. 189
Stevens, Ben M. Jr. - v. 491
Swetman, Glenn - v. 391
Switzer, John - v. 227
Todd, H.P. - v. 70

*BANKHEAD, John
Jackson, Robert - v. 143
Lockett, Aubrey - v. 128

*BANKS, Earl W. - Jackson funeral home owner and civic activist - v. 380 (1975)
Alcorn State University, attendance at; Bilbo administration, recollections of; civil rights movement; growing up on a cotton farm in Madison county; Jackson State University, attendance at; Morehouse College, attendance at; mortuary business; race relations; Republican Party

*BANKS, Fred L. Jr. - Mississippi Supreme Court justice - v. 706 (1998)
educational history; Howard University; counsel for NAACP Legal Defense Fund; school desegregation; Green v. New Kent County; Alexander v. Holmes; U.S. v. Hinds County; Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg; Voting Rights Act; working as a legislator in the Mississippi House of Representatives; circuit court, appointment to; Mississippi Supreme Court, appointment to

*BAPTISTS
Campbell, Will - v. 157
Davis, William Penn - v. 15
Hudgins, W. Douglas - v. 532
Kitchings, Harold - v. 58
Woullard, R.W. Jr. - v. 733-7
see also: Southern Baptists and the Southern Baptist Convention; Primitive Baptists; Religion; National Council of Churches; National Baptists; Mississippi Baptist Seminary

*BARBER, Eugene - Columbia resident and 1979 Pearl River Flood victim - v. 295-3 (1979)
life in Columbia; flood preparations; sandbagging controversy; Ross Barnett Reservoir; relief agencies

*BARBER, Frank - politician, judge - v. 667 (1990 & 1993)
U.S. Army; Mississippi Southern College; Johnson, Paul B. Sr.; Eastland, James O.; Brown v. Board of Education; Johnson, Paul B. Jr.; Mississippi state senate (1959); Dixiecrat convention; White Citizens' Council; Hoover, J. Edgar; Neshoba County murders anecdote of: Fairly, Ken - v. 455

*BARBER, Rims - activist and Presbyterian minister- v. 626 (1995) & v. 690 (1997)
Vol. 626: Freedom Summer; adult education
Vol. 690: work with the civil rights movement in Canton, Miss.; the Delta Ministry; school desegregation; Freedom Village; politics after the Voting Rights Act; Mississippi ACLU; Sovereignty Commission records; welfare reform; Mississippi Human Services Agenda

*BARBER, Walter L. "Red" - broadcaster, "Voice of the Brooklyn Dodgers" - v. 44 (1973)
growing up in Columbus; Florida and the railroad life; Bannister, Roger; broadcasting career, early; Dean, Dizzy; development of big league broadcasting; MacPhail, Larry; Mays, Willie; Murrow, Edward R.; professional sports today; Rhubarb in the Catbird Seat; Robinson, Jackie; Stengel, Casey (Also on deposit along with the interview is an autographed copy of Mr. Barber's book, Rhubarb in the Catbird Seat.)
see also: Holt, Charles - v.104; McRaney, Bob - v.188; Swan, Jimmy - v.187

*BARBOUR, Haley - Mississippi Republican Party - v. 301 (1978)
growing up and schooling in Yazoo City; Mississippi Republican Party; 1976 presidential campaign; Ole Miss, 1965-73; Republican National Convention, 1976 (On deposit also are clippings and campaign materials from Mr. Barbour's 1982 Senate race.)

*BARICEV, Joseph - Biloxi resident; Yugoslav immigrant - v. 284 (1982)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) life in Yugoslavia; World War I; immigrating to the U.S.; life in Biloxi; seafood restaurant; Hurricane Camille

*BARKLEY, Alben W.
discussion in: Catledge, Turner - v. 1

*BARLOW, Gary - Hattiesburg gay and lesbian community - v. 458 (1993)
gay life in Hattiesburg; harassment; realizing sexual orientation; uniting and organizing

*BARNES, Ariel - Hattiesburg teacher and librarian - v. 718 (1993, 1995)
early childhood; Eureka High School; Hattiesburg Public Library, integration of; registering to vote; World War II; teaching in Mississippi; racism in childhood

*BARNETT, O. H. - circuit court judge - v. 452 (1975)
civil rights movement; experiences in private practice; family history; grand jury; Great Depression; penal system; public defenders, introduction of; Rationing Board during World War II; Sullens, Fred; Bilbo, Theodore; women serving on juries

*BARNETT, Ross R. - Mississippi governor, 1960 1964 - v. 26 (1971)
Democratic National Convention of 1960; Dixiecrat revolt of '48; family background; gubernatorial campaigns of '51, '55, and '59; industry in Mississippi; Kennedy, John F.; Meredith, James, Ole Miss, and States' Rights
discussed in: Black, Maurice - v. 379; Blass, William J. - v. 639; Bradley, Norman - v. 194; Brady, Thomas - v. 2; Catledge, Turner - v. 1; Cochran, Thad - v. 220; Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Corlew, John - v. 221; Crosby, L.O. - v. 155; Davis, Russell - v. 55; DeCell, Herman - v. 227; Eason, Henry - v. 45; Fairchild, Wiley - v. 212; Gillespie, Robert - v. 46; Glazier, Herman - v. 485; Griffin, W.S. - v. 414; Hall, Stanton - v. 3; Henry, Aaron - v. 33; Hewitt; Purser - v. 10; Holleman, Boyce - v. 484; Johnson, Mrs. Sidney - v. 173; Langley, Fred - v. 52; Maples, Darwin - v. 174; Mary, Charles - v. 185; McDavid, O.C. - v. 166; Newman, C.B. - v. 447; Norris, Mildred - v. 69; Swan, Jimmy - v. 187; Taylor, Robert - v. 275; Todd, H.P. - v. 70; Triggs, Gene - v. 385; Turner, Thomas - v. 28; Walker, Prentiss - v. 208; Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67; Winter, William - v. 417; Wroten, Joseph - v. 476; Yarbrough, George - v. 367; Yerger, Wirt - v. 204
see also: University of Mississippi

*BARNHILL, Roger - Freedom Summer participant - v. 626 (1995)
Freedom Summer; adult education

*BARR, Dexter
discussed in: Darby, Cooper - v. 158

*BARRENTINE, William - engineer, General Electric's Space Division - v. 619 (1993)
General Electric Company; NASA; Stennis Space Center; United States Navy; Apollo space program; space shuttle program

*BARRINGER, Lewis T. - National Cotton Council - v. 116 (1977)
American Farm Bureau; Cotton Incorporated; National Cotton Council, early problems of ; National Cotton Council, establishing; National Cotton Council, first 25 years; Senators Bilbo, Eastland, and Stennis; Truman, Harry, campaign treasurer for

*BARUCH, Bernard
discussed in: Brown, Robert - v. 60; Carter, Betty - v. 150; McDavid, E.G. - v. 160

*BASEBALL
general
Barber, Walter "Red" - v. 44
Bellande, M.J. - v. 505
Bush, Guy - v. 504
Dukes, Tommie - v. 488
Thomas, Turner - v. 28
Walters, Carl - v. 170
Webb, J.L. "Skeeter" - v. 585
baseball growing up
Applewhite, Fred - v. 87
Lehman, Rudolph - v. 88
Negro baseball leagues
Dukes, Tommie - v. 488
see also: sports; amusements

*BATES, Gladys Noel - Mississippi educator - v. 689 (1996)
teaching in Kosciusko and Jackson, Miss.; registering to vote; filing suit against the state; Mississippi Teachers Association; school desegregation; moving to Denver
Brown, Jess - v. 20
see also: Law and Legislation

*BATSON, Randolph
Lumpkin, F.S. - v. 102

*BATTLE of McComb
Maples, Clem - v. 94
Marsalis, Harry - v. 112

*BALANCE AGRICULTURE with INDUSTRY program
discussed in: Pyles, Dixon - v. 394

*BAXTER, Roy - Gulf Coast marina owner; Stennis Space Center - v. 422 (1991)
family background; Mississippi Test Facility, economic impact on Gulf Coast; Mississippi Test Facility, establishment of; Stennis, John, role in securing Mississippi Test Facility; trauma and stress of relocation

*BAY ST. LOUIS, Mississippi
see: Research Guide to the Gulf Coast Collection - v. 392

*BEALE, Lien Thi - Vietnamese immigrant, Gulf Coast resident - v. 674 (1995)
Catholic; Vietnam; Vietnam War; teaching and education; Vietnamese culture; Gulf Coast Vietnamese community; immigration

*BEAMAN, S.G. - contractor in Leake County - v. 502 (1975)
(No bound manuscript; tapes and a rough transcript available.) building and contracting industry in Leake County; growing up on a turn-of-the-century farm in Lauderdale and Lee Counties

*BEARD, Trugen - educator - v. 503 (1973)
(No bound manuscript; tape and draft available.) experiences as teacher from 1920s through the 1950s; involvement with state lobbying through the Mississippi Educators Association

*BEASON ACADEMY
Hamilton, M.W. - v. 464

*BEATTY, Francis J. - U.S. Army and National Cotton Council of America - v. 117
Cotton Incorporated, influence of; cotton industry segments; cotton warehousemen's interests; early cotton career; Farm Bureau contingent; National Cotton Council; Villa, Pancho, campaign against; World War I; World War II

*BECKWITH, Byron De La
discussed in: Carter, Betty - v. 150

*BEETS, Eva - Columbia native and journalist - v. 168 (1976)
background; bootlegging in Marion County; Davis mill in Columbia; farmer storekeeper relationship; lifestyle and farming in Columbia at the turn of the century; magazine articles; newspaper career; White, Hugh

*BELL, Dave - Hattiesburg resident; 1974 flood - v. 285-9 (1974)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) 1974 Hattiesburg flood; losing all possessions; refugee at Camp Shelby

*BELL, Josephine - Natchez resident, educator - v. 675 (1996)
Natchez; Union School; Brumfield High School; teaching; education; desegregation; integration of Natchez High School; Evers, Charles; Natchez Hotes; NAACP; Armstrong tire plant; KKK; politics; Federation of Democratic Women; Rhythm Night Club fire

*BELL, Robert Jr. - Natchez Trace Parkway - v. 504 (1975)
(No bound manuscript. Tape available.) Indian mounds and artifacts; Natchez Trace Parkway development, financing, repair, legal problems, landowners, and right-of-way

*BELLANDE, M.J. "Mickey" - professional baseball player - v. 505 (1976)
(No bound manuscript. Tapes and transcript available.) golf tournaments; growing up on the Gulf Coast; professional baseball with the Cleveland Indians; running a beer business; World War II service

*BELZONI, Mississippi
Brown, Robert v. 60
Turner, Thomas - v. 28

*BENNETT, Claude
discussed in: Roberts, Anna - v. 6; Walker, J. Fred - v. 163; Johnson, Z.T. - v. 278
see also: University of Southern Mississippi

*BENNETT, Lillian - Gulf Coast Finnish community - v. 392-13 (1973)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) changes along the Gulf Coast; Finnish ethnic group; growing up in Kreole

*BENNETT ACADEMY, Clarkson, Mississippi
see: Wood Junior College, Mathiston, Mississippi

*BENSON, F.C. - Bolivar County resident and Winstonville mayor - v. 343 (1978)
early-twentieth-century-life in Mound Bayou; civil rights; a depression in the 1920s; education for blacks; small farms and sharecropping; Winstonville history

*BENTON COUNTY, Mississippi
Farese, Orene - v. 700

*BERKO, Mary and Tom - 1979 Pearl River Flood victims - v. 295-4 (1979)
(transcript only) role of the Federal Disaster Assistance Administration in the flood; attitudes of people in Columbia

*BERLIN Airlift
Hardy, Robert - v. 395

*BERLIN Crisis, 1961
Berry, Sidney - v. 198

*BERRY, Sidney - Army officer; Hattiesburg native - v. 198 (1980)
Berlin Crisis; Bilbo, Theodore; early life; Germany, commanding V Corps in; Japan after World War II; Korea and Korean Conflict; McNamara, Robert; Meredith, James, incident at Ole Miss; Mississippi Department of Public Safety; Ole Miss; Pentagon, work at; Rusk, Dean; Vietnam, service in; West Point, appointment to; West Point, life and personalities at; West Point, superintendent at; West Point, teaching at; "Whiz Kids"

*BERRY, Mrs. Willie Mae - Pearl River Flood of 1979 - v. 295-5 (1979)
(transcript only) cleaning up the mess; life in Jackson since 1903; no preparations for the flood; rescued by a boat; relief from the Red Cross; working

*BERRYMAN, Joe - musician and band director - v. 50 (1972)
Meridian, Mississippi, during World War I; music education; organizing bands; other work in music; prominent personalities; vaudeville and chautauqua

BERTUCCINI, Mr. and Mrs. Deo F. - Ocean Springs residents - v. 686 (1973)
(No bound volume; tapes and rough transcript available) World War I; home life during World War I; growing up in Ocean Springs; barber; Great Depression

*BILBO, George - nephew of Theodore G. Bilbo and Lumberton resident - v. 440 (1985)
Bilbo, Theodore G., recollections of; Bilbo family history; life in Lumberton

*BILBO, John Oliver - nephew of Theodore Bilbo and Gulfport resident - v. 453 (1985)
Baptist association meetings; Bilbo,Theodore: education of; political predictions of; preparation for politics; racial opinions of; wives of; Bilbo family; Bilbo family politics

*BILBO, Theodore G.
Adam, Bidwell - v. 34
Bllbo, George - v. 440
Bilbo, J.O. - v. 453
Breland, Houston - v. 509
Chandler, A.B. - v. 362
Dunn, Burris - v. 331
Ladner, Heber - v. 30
O'Neal, C.E. - v. 547
Palmer, Merle Franklin - v. 419
Pyles, Dixon - v. 394
Reyer, Alma - v. 89
Smith, Otis - v. 82
Tims, P.A. - v. 387
discussed in: Adler, David - v. 282; Ainsworth, Charles - v. 156; Alford, Sam - v. 177; Amacker, A.O. - v. 78; Banks, Earl - v. 380; Barnett, O.H. - v. 452; Barringer, Lewis - v. 116; Berry, Sidney - v. 198; Bishop, F.W. - v. 431; Black, Maurice - v. 379; Brady, Thomas - v. 2; Brown, Mary - v. 81; Clegg, Hugh - v. 99; Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Colmer, William - v. 43; Conway, Bura - v. 519; Cottingham, Mrs. T.L. - v. 520; Culpepper, J.P. - v. 14; Darby, Cooper - v. 158; Eason, Henry - v. 45; Fairchild, Wiley - v. 212; Feibelman, Julian - v. 80; Gorton, Jennie - v. 195; Haas, Irene - v. 272; Hale, Edwin - v. 68; Hall, Stanton - v. 3; Hamilton, George - v. 252; Hines, Jacqueline and Leon - v. 230; Horne, McDonald - v. 142; Hubbell, William - v. 64; Hughes, Jesse - v. 237; Ivy, H.M. - v. 279; Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144; Kite, Mr. & Mrs. Johnny - v. 392-12; Kenna, Douglas - v. 246; Kimbrough, Hunter - v. 206; Langley, Fred - v. 52; Leech, Dewey - v. 86; Lester, Garner - v. 127; Lewis, Arthur - v. 165; Lumpkin, F.S. - v. 102; Maples, Clem - v. 94; Maples, Darwin - v. 174; McDavid, E.G. - v. 161; McLean, George - v. 39; Mellen, Grenville - v. 160; Ponder, Arthur - v. 263; Quave, Russell - v. 189; Reyer, Joe - v. 90; Roberts, Mrs. Anna - v. 6; Ross, T.E. Jr. - v. 61; Simmons, Hansford - v. 77; Smith, Luther - v. 11; Smith, Theo - v. 218; Sparkman, Mr. & Mrs. Colley - v. 289; Stevens, Boswell - v. 9; Thigpen, S.G. - v. 74; Todd, H.P. - v. 70; Turner, Thomas - v. 28; Walker, J. Fred - v. 163; Ward, James - v. 172; Warrington, James - v. 283; Williams, J.B. - v. 106; Wilson, Mrs. L.A.- v. 67; Young, Stanford - v. 396 see also: Luckett, Semmes; Yelverton, P. A.

*BILBO, Theodore G. Jr. - Poplarville, Jackson resident; career Army officer - v. 151 (1977)
Bastogne, battle of; Bilbo, Theodore G., Sr.; Bilbo, Theodore G. Sr., racial views of; Bilbo family, history of in America; Bond, W.F.; Harrison, Pat, thanking; Marshall, George C.; Patton, George S.; Pearl Harbor, before Japanese attack; Poplarville, Mississippi, growing up in; Sullens, Fred, feud with Senator Bilbo; U.S. Army career; U.S. Military Academy; Webb School, Bell Buckle, Tennessee; World War II (Also included with the interview is an appendix containing "A History of the Bilbo Family" by Anne Mims Wright.)

*BILLINGS, Earle Norwood - American Cotton Shippers Association - v. 260 (1982)
Allenberg v. Pittman case (Appendix B); Committee for International Cooperation between Cotton Associations; cotton shipping industry; day to day workings of ACSA; executive vice president, promotion to; growing up in McComb; railroad family life; structure of ACSA; two price cotton; uniform contract of ACSA (Appendix C); World War II service

*BILOXI, Mississippi
Anderson, Alma - v. 256
Baricev, Joseph - v. 284
Fountain, Mr. & Mrs. Armand - v. 63 (back bay)
Gehrmann, Chester - v. 392-6
Hubbell, William - v. 64 (back bay)
Kennedy, James - v. 125
Lopez, Julius - v. 149
McDermott, John - v. 368
Quave, Russell - v. 189
Ryan, Matthew - v. 63 (back bay)
Semski, Lawrence - v. 637
Seymour, Adolph - v. 63 (back bay)
Seymour, Edward - v. 63 (back bay)
Stevens, James - v. 180
Swetman, Glenn - v. 391
White, Jesse L. - v. 65
see also: Gulf Coast; Hurricanes; Research Guide to the Gulf Coast Collection - v. 392

*BIRDSONG, T.B.
Marx, Charles - v. 185
Saxon, George - v. 449

*BISHOP, E. S. - mayor of Corinth - v. 358 (1991)
Corinth, political leadership in; early life; education; Jackson College; race relations; segregation

*BISHOP, F. W. - mayor of Cleveland - v. 431 (1974)
changing political attitudes in the Delta; education; family background; floods in the Mississippi Delta; perceptions of Mississippi statesmen; tenure as mayor of Cleveland, Mississippi

*BLACK, Maurice R. - state legislator and assistant attorney general - v. 379 (1991)
early life and family; political activity; attorney general's office, work in; Barnett, Ross; Bilbo, Theodore G., Coleman, J. P.; desegregation; Dixiecrat movement; Fox, Russell and the Legal Education Advisory Commission; state legislature; White, Hugh; Wright, Fielding

*BLACKBURN, Norris C. - National Cotton Council of America - v. 118 (1977)
background; early cotton employment; Cotton Producers Institute; National Cotton Compress and Cotton Warehouse Association; National Cotton Council: defections from, work as president, work as treasurer

*BLACK EXPERIENCE IN MISSISSIPPI
see: African American experience in Mississippi

*BLACK MARKET Liquor Tax
Maples, Darwin - v. 174
Winter, William - v. 417
Young, Stanford - v. 369

*BLACKWELL, Gilbert - World War II prisoner of war - v. K1 (1988)
personal and military background; flight training; combat training; bombing missions; capture by the Germans; POW life; Mantova; Hohenslem-Ernstthal; return to the U.S. (retains literary property rights)

*BLACKWELL, Unita - civil rights activist, Mayersville resident - v. 334 (1977)
civil rights movement; growing up in the Delta; sharecropping; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; personalities of the movement; school desegregation in Sharkey and Issaquena Counties; Shirley MacLaine; trip to China; Mayersville

*BLAIR, Raymond E. - National Cotton Council of America - v. 119 (1977)
Agriculture Act of 1958; cotton industry problems; Cotton Producers Institute; Farm Bureau and the Council; National Cotton Council: leaders of, presidential work, problems of

*BLAIR, Warren - Quitman businessman - v. 271-2 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) early-twentieth-century lifestyle, attitudes, and work in Clarke County

*BLAKE, William Rhea - National Cotton Council of America - v. 138 (1977)
Cotton Incorporated; Delta Council work; Farm Bureau, problems with; Johnston, Oscar ; National Cotton Council, organizing; National Cotton Council and WWII ; the New Deal and cooperatives
discussed in: Blair, Raymond - v. 119; Dunn, Read - v. 139; Horne, McDonald - v. 142; Jackson, Robert - v. 143; Lipscomb, Edward - v. 145; McCabe, Gordon - v. 132; Russell, Albert - v. 147; Wilson, Clyde - v. 136

*BLASS, William J. - attorney, state legislator - v. 639 (1977)
University of Mississippi, school of law; Great Depression; World War II; race relations; Coleman, J.P.; sixteenth section lands; Bilbo, Theodore; White, Hugh; Barnett, Ross; University of Mississippi, James Meredith; Meredith, James; Waits, Hilton; Johnson, Paul B. Jr.; Citizens' Council

*BLOCKER, Jacob - dairyman, Greenville resident - v. 97 (1973)
Bible commentaries, writing; Blocker Dairy; establishing a church; migration from Holland to Greenville; Mississippi River flood of 1927; World War II price controls; testing dairy herds; Red Cross during flood

*BOARD of TRUSTEES of State Institutions of Higher Learning
general
Chain, Bobby - v. 51
Cook, Robert - v. 4
Emmerich, Oliver - v. 16
Lewis, Arthur - v. 165
Simmons, Hansford - v. 77
Simmons, Miriam - v. 695, part II
Stevens, Boswell - v. 9
Sturdivant, Mike - v. 109
Tubb, Thomas Jefferson - v. 490
Turner, Thomas - v. 28
executive secretaries
Stevens, Boswell - v. 9
Sturdivant, Mike - v. 109

*BOARDS of SUPERVISORS (county)
Alford, Sam - v. 177
Bounds, Houston - v. 111
Carmichael, Gil - v. 176
Conway, Bura - v. 519
Darby, Cooper - v. 158
Hubbell, William - v. 64
Kellar, Alton - v. 454
Tatum, Joe - 457

*BOBB, Victor - Vicksburg resident, riverboat worker - v. 507 (1975)
(No bound manuscript. Tapes, draft, and newspaper clippings on deposit.) carving hickory canes; early-twentieth-century-life in Vicksburg; work on riverboats, barges, and steamboats

*BODRON, Ellis B.
discussed in: Cochran, Thad - v. 220; Corlew, John - v. 221; DeCell, Herman - v. 207; Griffin, Charles - v. 191; Johnson, Mrs. Sidney - v. 173; Marx, Charles - v. 185; Winter, William - v. 417

*BOGGS, Mary E. - Gulf Coast resident - v. 392-2 (1976)
(No bound manuscript; tapes and transcript available.) growing up in Pass Christian; insurance business in New Orleans and Long Beach; 1947 hurricane; Hurricane Camille; Boggs, Thomas Hale; Bilbo, Theodore G.

*BOGGS, Thomas Hale
Boggs, Mary E. - v. 392-2
Morrison, Claire Boggs - v. 392-15
discussed in: Brown, Robert - v. 60; Griffin, Charles - v. 191

*BOHUSLAV, Leon - Pearl River Flood of 1979, Columbia resident - v. 295-6 (1979)
aftermath of the flood; preparations for the flood; sandbagging

*BOLIVAR COUNTY, Mississippi
Benson, F.C. - v. 343
see also: Mound Bayou

*BOLL WEEVIL
Todd, H.P. v. 70
see also: agriculture

*BOLTON, Mississippi
Bennie G. Thompson - v. 339
see also: Hinds County

*BOND, Willard F.
Darby, Cooper - v. 158
discussed in: Amacker, A.O. - v. 78; Bilbo, Theodore Jr. - v. 151; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10; Ivy, H.M. - v. 279; Leech, Dewey - v. 86; Maples, Darwin - v. 174

*BOONEVILLE, Mississipp
Allen, George - v. 21

*BOOTLEGGING in Mississippi
Beets, Eva - v. 168
Bounds, Houston - v. 111
Capers, Legrand - v. 153
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203
Daniels, Motee - v. 390
Earles, Ben - v. 190
Maples, Darwin - v. 174
Marx, Charles - v. 185
Minniece, Thomas - v. 319
Pace, William M. - v. 219
Ponder, Arthur - v. 263
Saxon, George - v. 449
Swetman, Glenn - v.391
Walker, E.M. - v. 92
see also: Prohibition

*BORGANELLI, Imogene - educator, Greenville, Miss., - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council; education

*BOSARGE, Saima - Gulf Coast Finnish community - v.564 (1973)
(no bound volume; tape and rough transcript available.) fishing; general lifestyle; growing up in the Gulf Coast Finnish community in the early twentieth century; social life

*BOSTAD, John - Pearl River Flood of 1979 - v. 295-7 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript on deposit.) aftermath of the flood; preparations for the flood; rising water; Sands Motel in Columbia; volunteer agencies

*BOSTON, Eulalia - mother of broad jumper Ralph Boston - v. 508 (1979)
(No bound manuscript. Tape, draft, and newspaper clipping on deposit.) grandparents' slave stories; life history of growing up in Clarke County and living in Forrest County; marriage to a blacksmith

*BOUNDS, Houston D. "Rip" - Hattiesburg resident, teacher, and salesman - v. 111 (1978)
boards of supervisors; bootlegging; cattle dipping controversy; Cherbourg harbor, hauling casualties in; Civil War stories; coon, possums and polecats; D day; education and early teaching career; Espiritu Santo, service on; family background; Finch, Cliff; Gandy, Evelyn; Great Depression, high school in; Guadalcanal; Officer Candidate School; Pago Pago, service on; Paul B. Johnson State Park, development of; Pearl River Junior College, in 1930s; racial opinions; range sheep and wool; Red Ball highway, unloading; Seabees; tung oil industry

*BOURNE, Robert - mayor of Columbia, Pearl River Flood of 1979 - v. 295-8 (1979)
(No bound manuscript; tapes and transcript available.) mayor since 1978; preparations for the flood; waiting for the flood; reservoir controversy; news coverage of the flood; local relief agencies

*BOUTWELL, Mrs. J.R., and Mrs. J.W. Hover - Hancock County residents - v. 446 (1993)
family backgrounds; Gainesville, Mississippi; Hancock County, memories of; Logtown, Mississippi; Mississippi Test Facility; Napoleon, Mississippi; Stennis Space Center should return land to area residents

*BOWLING, Frances S. - Mississippi Supreme Court justice - v. 324 (1986)
background and education; civil procedures and Newell v. State; court case load; intermediate court of appeal; selecting judges

*BOWMAN, J.W. - Columbia civil defense, Pearl River Flood of 1979 - v. 295-9 (1979)
(No bound manuscript; tapes and transcript available.) Foxworth Road area; Highway 98 Bypass; Pearl River Bridge over Highway 98; Morgantown area; Highway 35 Bypass

*BOWMAN, S.L. - Jackson minister, Pearl River Flood of 1979 - v. 295-10 (1979)
(No bound manuscript; tapes and transcript available.) Baptist Minister's Union; Greater Clark Street Baptist Church; preparations for the flood; relief agencies; unfair treatment of blacks; church help

*BOYD, Richard and Earline - Hattiesburg residents, NAACP activists - v. 383 (1991)
Civilian Conservation Corps; civil rights movement in Forrest County; Hattiesburg, recollections of; Hercules: establishing a union and working for; race relations

*BOYS CLUBS of AMERICA
Kirkland, J.B. - v. 41

*BRACKEEN, Lt. Col. Charles - Camp Shelby, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-11 (1979)
(No bound manuscript; tapes and transcript available.) work in the National Guard; patrolling the levee; the flooding; volunteers

*BRADLEY, Bert B. - Columbia Press, Pearl River Flood of 1979 - v. 295-12 (1979)
(No bound manuscript; tapes and transcript available.) newspaper's role; photographing the flood; suggestions for future flooding problems

*BRADLEY, Charles Norman - editor of the Chattanooga Times - v. 194 (1976)
Associated Press; Barnett, Ross; Brady, Thomas P.; Carter, Hodding; Chattanooga Post; Chattanooga Times; Coleman, J.P.; Cook, R.C.; Crump, "Boss"; Emmerich, Oliver; GI revolt at Athens, Tennessee; Great Depression; Hederman, Tom; Hewitt, Purser; journalist, becoming; KKK picketing the Times; Kefauver, Estes; McGovern, George P., support for; Millsaps College, study at; working life; Milner, Dumas; Stoner, J.B.; Sullens, Fred; White, Hugh

*BRADLEY, Omar
Foote, Shelby - v. 79
Middleton, Troy H. - v. 59
see also: World War II

*BRADY, Thomas P. - Mississippi Supreme Court justice - v. 2 (1972)
Black Monday decision; Democratic Conventions, 1964& 1972; Democratic National Committee, 1960-1964; Dixiecrat and States' Rights Movement; governments, state and federal; integration, views on; jurisprudence of; Ku Klux Klan, views on; Mississippi families, perceptions of; poetry of ; race relations; Red Threat; San Antonio speech; state politicians, perceptions of; Supreme Court appointment (Literary property rights retained.)
discussed in: Bradley, Norman - v. 194; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10; Kimbrough, Hunter - v. 206; McDavid, O.C. - v. 166; Norris, Mildred - v. 69; Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67

*BRAMLETT, Leon - farmer, political activist, native Mississippian - v. 205 (1980)
campaign of 1979; Carmichael, Gil; Democratic state chairman; family and personal history; football career; growing cotton, rice, and soybeans; Mounger, Billy; Pickering, Charles; Reed, Clarke; Republican party, involvement with; Williams, John Bell
discussed in: Moye, James - v. 216

*BRANCH, Raylawni - integrator of USM, civil rights activist - v. 682 (1993)
integrating USM; integrating Big Yank; NAACP; Kennard, Clyde; Dahmer, Vernon and Ellie; KKK; Armstrong, Elaine; Till, Emmett; civil rights; Garner, Sheryl; race relations; teaching; Mobile Street; Hattiesburg History

*BRANCH, Sidney - Montgomery County farmer - v. 304-01 (1978)
(No bound volume; tapes and rough transcript available.) American Agricultural Movement

*BRATTON, Willie Vance - Federal Emergency Relief Administration - v. 305 (1983)
F.D.R. and the New Deal; FERA, work with; Great Depression; Work Progress Administration

*BREATH, Charles and Mary - Hurricane Camille - v. 228 (1979)
family background; Great Depression, memories of; Gulf Coast, growing up on; Hurricane Camille; Hurricane of 1915; LCVP boats, testing and loading; marine supply business; World War I & II, recollections of

*BRELAND, Houston - Stone County native - v. 509 (1975)
(No bound manuscript; tapes and rough transcript available.) anecdotes about Theodore Bilbo; growing up in Stone County; work as a county coroner

*BREWER, Earl LeRoy
mentioned in: Simmons, Hansford - v. 77

*BRICKELL, Doris - National League of Families - v. 266 (1978)
family background; Fuller, Robert B., captivity of; National League of Families; prisoners of war, activities on behalf of; prisoner of war families, special difficulties of; prisoner of war letters; prisoners of war, political aspects of

*BRIDGEFORTH, Lucie - professor, Northwest Mississippi Community College - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*BRITT, A. E. - Boyer (Sunflower County) resident and farmer - v. 364 (1977)
agriculture: cotton, soybeans, and catfish; mechanization and other changes in farming; tenant/sharecrop system; catfish; minstrel shows; floods; race relations; religion; steamboats and transportation; World War II service

*BRITTON, Josie - Shubuta resident - v. 271-3 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) lifestyle, attitudes, and work in Clarke County

*BROADCASTING
Barber, Walter "Red" - v. 44
Brown, Robert - v. 60
Deal, Borden - v. 193
Dean, Kenneth - v. 691
Holt, Charles - v. 104
McRaney, Bob - v. 188
Swan, Jimmy - v. 187

*BROADUS, Jesse - Stone County native - v. 510 (1973)
(No bound manuscript; tapes and rough transcript available.) growing up in Stone County; farm life in the early twentieth century; lumber industry; part-time ministry; service in World War I

*BROCKMAN, Ott - Stennis Space Center - v. 618 (1993)
early days of Stennis Space center; space program and public school outreach; Herring, Mack; von Braun, Werner; attitudes in Hancock County

*BROOKHAVEN, Mississippi
Anderson, Alma - v. 256
Mullen, Mrs. E.L. - v. 5
Smith, Andrew - v. 239
Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67
Winston, Monroe "Bill" - v. 654
see also: Lincoln County

*BROOM, Vernon H. - Mississippi Supreme Court justice - v. 323 (1976)
death penalty; Mississippi constitution; Mississippi Supreme Court; personal background; Supreme Court judges, perceptions of (Also on deposit with this interview are two other oral history interviews. The interviews are with Martin R. McLendon, first executive assistant to the Mississippi Supreme Court, and Dorothy Bryant, secretary to Justice Broom. A tape and transcript are available of Mr. McLendon; a tape is available of Mrs. Bryant.)
discussed in: Lee, Dan - v. 326; Robertson, Stokes - v. 327; Sullivan, Michael - v. 329; Williams, E.B. - v. 92

*BROWN v. BOARD of EDUCATION
see: courts of law and rulings

*BROWN, Mary Elizabeth - Perry County native - v. 81 (1972)
amusements; educational experiences; family farm; frontier life; Governors McLaurin, Vardaman, and Bilbo; Great Depression; Indian medical remedies; Indians, reminiscences of; Spanish American War and WWI; tenant farming, slavery, and race relations

*BROWN, R. Jess - Jackson lawyer, civil rights activist - v. 20 (1972)
Alcorn University, teaching at; Bates, Gladys Noel, lawsuit; early life; Freedom Summer, 1964; Kennard case, 1961; Moses, Bob; problems of a black lawyer; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Texas Southern Law School, study at

*BROWN, Robert Woodrow - newspaper reporter and editor - v. 60 (1973)
Carter, Hodding; Delta Star and Greenville; early newspaper experiences; Hattiesburg, growing up, and the American; journalism, progress of; Mississippi newspapermen; NBC and INS, work for; political perceptions and personalities; racial policies of newspapers; television, impact on newspapers; Washington, D.C., working in

*BROYLES, Lola - Mississippi social worker - v. 701 (1984, 1986)
Civil Works Administration; Federal emergency Relief Administration; Works Progress Administration; service in the U.S. navy during World War II; case worker in Greenwood; changes in social work through the years; work for VA

*BRYAN, Jane - librarian, educator, Pascagoula, Miss. - v. 695, part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*BRYAN, William Jennings
Berryman, Joe - v. 50
Feibelman, Julian - v. 80

*BRYANT, Clara - Pine Hills region resident - v. 635 (1995)
Great Depression; Civilian Conservation Corps; tenant farming; Marion County

*BRYANT, Curtis - McComb resident and activist - v. 717 (1995)
early childhood; Great Depression; Bob Moses; bombing of his barber shop; McComb, Mississippi; current race relations

*BUCKLEY, Horace - state legislator - v. 354 (1977)
civil rights work; early life in Clinton and Scott County; education committee; teaching; prison reform; race relations; religion; state legislator

*BUCKLEY, Christine - Enterprise resident - v. 271-4
(No bound volume; tapes available.) twentieth-century lifestyle, work, and attitudes in Clarke County

*BURGER, N. R. - educator and reformer - v. 356 (1982)
Alcorn College; Camp Shelby in WWI and WWII ; civil rights movement; education; Hattiesburg, early twentieth century; Hattiesburg, World War II years; lynchings in Hattiesburg area; high schools, Eureka and Rowan; race relations

*BURGIN, Bill
discussed in: Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Corlew, John - v. 221; DeCell, Herman - v. 207; Marx, Charles - v. 185; McKellar, Charles - v. 93; Sturdivant, Mike - v. 109; Tatum, Joe - v. 457; Turner, Thomas - v. 28; Winter, William - v. 417

*BURNEY, Lillie - Hattiesburg educator - v. 292 (1975)
article by Burney, Hattiesburg American; Hattiesburg, education for blacks; obituary, Burney; race relations; retirement; Senatobia, Mississippi; turn-of-the-century farm life; Sixteenth Section School in Hattiesburg; teaching

*BURNS, Peter T. Sr. - timber industry and Natchez resident - v. 729 (1997)
early life; Great Depression; World War II service; Blue Bell Globe Manufacturing Company; working for lumber companies in Natchez and Louisiana; sawmill operations; racial divisions in lumberyards; joining the family business, the Burns Shoe Shore; changes in Natchez; family background

*BURRIS, Lawrence - Pike County farmer and WWII veteran - v. 306 (1975)
cattle industry; Pike County lifestyle, turn-of-the-century; railroad work in World War II; WWII service

*BUSH, Guy T. - pro baseball player - v. 511 (1974)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) pro baseball career; pitching to Babe Ruth; pasture baseball; turn-of-the-century farm life in northeast Mississippi; sharecropping

*BUSINESS and INDUSTRY in Mississippi
Barnett, Ross - v. 26
Glazier, Herman - v. 485
Lockard, Jacob - v. 436
Powe, William - v. 377
Redd, William - v. 257
Stevens, George - v. 376
Swetman, Glenn - v. 391
Triggs, Gene - v. 385
see also: individual businesses and industries by name, e.g., cattle industry, cotton industry, dairy industry; catfish industry, construction industry, gaming industry; oil and gas industry; paper industry; seafood and fishing industry; timber, logging, and lumber industries; shipbuilding industry

*BUTLER, Alberta Sinclair - Pass Christian resident - v. 392-3 (1976)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) growing up in Pass Christian; career as a public school teacher from 1927-1969

*BUTTS, A.B.
discussion of: Horne, McDonald - v. 142; Lewis, Arthur - v. 165; Russell, Albert - v. 147

*BUTTS, William - Kilmichael native; Kentucky State University president - v. 403 (1976)
Montgomery County, growing up and education for blacks; higher education's role in community service; Mississippi Valley State University and Delta State University, years working at; racial unrest on campuses

*BYRNE, Henry Anthony, Jr. - Natchez mayor - v. 420 (1980)
Alcoholic Beverage Control Division; Evers, Charles; family background; floods, Mississippi River; funding of public services; Great Depression in Natchez; KKK and E.L. McDaniel; Mississippi State University, sports in 1950s; Natchez, industrial development of; Natchez, outlook for; Natchez, racial unrest in; railroads, decline of in 1970s

*BYRNES, James F.
Catledge, Turner - v. 1


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*CAIN, Mary
Cotton, Gordon - v. 235

*CAINE, Curtis and Evelyn - International Woman's Year, 1977 - v. 438
(1993) International Woman's Year Conference; Mississippi delegation's platform; personal information

*CAIRE, Ronnie J. - Mississippi newspaperman and Gulf Coast resident - v. 314 (1979)
family background; famous musicians and Dixieland bands; Gulf Coast newspapers; Hurricane Camille; public relations work

*CALDWELL, Erskine - novelist - v. 13 (1971)
as a social critic; communism, association with; Faulkner, William; God's Little Acre; racial opinions; regional writing; South, reflections on; Tobacco Road; training in literature

*CALHOUN COUNTY, Mississippi
Ball, Mrs. R.E. - v. 389

*CALIFORNIA
and cotton: Baker, Harry - v. 115; Blair, Raymond - v. 119; Giffen, Russell - v. 124; Kennedy, James - v. 125

*CAMERON, Mrs. James A. - Hattiesburg nurse - v. 8 (1972)
Drs. Ross and Bethea; Hattiesburg Hospital; Hattiesburg Hospital's School of Nursing; nurses' training then and now; organizing the Mississippi Nurses Association; private duty nursing; World War I, nursing during Camille
see: hurricanes - Camille

*CAMP MEETINGS
see: amusements - church, religion, and evangelists; religion - revivals, meetings, and evangelists

*CAMP SHELBY, Hattiesburg
Arnold, John - v. 433
Aplin, Herbert - v. 384
Burger, N.R. - v. 356
Cameron, Mrs. James - v. 8
Carter, Hugh - v. 512
Connors, Mona - v. 518
Culpepper, J.P. - v. 14
Davis, Mrs. Ralph - v. 85
Earles, Ben - v. 190
Feibelman, Julian - v. 80
Hall, Stanton - v. 3
Langley, Fred R. - v. 52
Spinks, Sam - v. 693
see also: military facilities in Mississippi

*CAMP VAN DORN
Case, Carroll - v. 672
Earles, Ben - v. 190

*CAMPBELL, Boyd
Clegg, Hugh - v. 99

*CAMPBELL, Janie - Pachuta resident - v. 271-5 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) early-twentieth-century lifestyle, work, and attitudes in rural Clarke County

*CAMPBELL, Sim - Pachuta resident - v. 271-6 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) early-twentieth-century lifestyle, work, and attitudes among African Americans in rural Clarke County

*CAMPBELL, Will Davis - preacher, civil rights activist, author - v. 157 (1976)
background; Black Monday and the White Citizens' Council; civil rights and anti war activities; civil rights as a theological matter; Committee of Southern Churchmen; integration in Nashville; Ku Klux Klan; Little Rock school integration crisis; military experiences; National Council of Churches; Ole Miss, work as chaplain at; organized religion
discussed in: Clegg, Hugh - v. 99; Lewis, Arthur - v. 165

*CANTON, Mississippi
Barber, Rims - v. 690

*CAPDEPON, Henry - Gulf Coast resident, World War I veteran - v. 392-4 (1978)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) growing up in Bay St. Louis; hurricanes along the Gulf Coast; World War I and the U.S. Marine Corps

*CAPERS, LeGrand "Doc" - Vicksburg resident - v. 153 (1975)
bootlegging, saloons, and prohibition; Chautauqua; Irish and Jews in Vicksburg; minstrel shows; Mississippi River floods of 1927 and 1937; senators Vardaman, Bilbo, and J.S. Williams; Vicksburg, early 1900s; Vicksburg, tornado of 1953; Vicksburg red light district; Vicksburg National Battlefield Park

*CARAWAY, William J. - state senator, Leland resident - v. 345 (1975)
cities of Mississippi; mayor of Leland (Washington County); state senator; World War II experiences

*CARLEY, John T. - U.S. Army - v. 107 (1978)
background; Korean War; Lyman, Mississippi, a logging town; Pentagon system; retirement; Vietnam; West Point; World War II, occupation of Japan

*CARMICHAEL, Gil - Meridian businessman, Republican - v. 176 (1973, 1981)
boards of supervisors and the 1972 senate race; ethical automobiles; gubernatorial race, 1976; lieutenant governor's race, 1971; National Highway Safety Advisory Commission; National Policies Transportation Study; Republicanism and blacks; senatorial race, 1972; ultra-conservative Republicans (Also on deposit with the interview are cassette tapes of speeches delivered by Mr. Carmichael to the Hattiesburg Kiwanis and the Mississippi Educational Association).
discussed in: Alford, Sam - v. 177; Barbour, Haley - v. 301; Bramlett, Leon - v. 205; Cochran, Thad - v. 220; Giordano, Thomas - v, 129; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10; Mounger, William - v. 311; Moye, James - v. 216; Ramsay, Claude - v. 215; Retzer, Mike - v. 209; Wilson, L.A. - v. 66; Yerger, Swan - v. 265
see also: Republican National Convention of 1976

*CARNIVAL
see: Mardi Gras

*CARNOVALE, Mrs. Leborah - Gulf Coast resident - v. 296 (1976)
Alfonso Family; growing up in an Italian family; Gulf Coast; Gulfport; hurricane of 1947; USM

*CARPENTER, Barbara - director, Mississippi Humanities Council - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*CARR, Michael L. - Mississippi chancery judge - v. 469 (1993)
civil rights movement; Johnston, Erle, and the Sovereignty Commission; judicial career; legal work; Oak Grove, city incorporation case

*CARR, Andrew R. - Clarksdale resident - v. 681 (1994)
Clarksdale; Coahoma County; Coahoma Opportunities, Inc.; Henry, Aaron; Head Start; poverty; civil rights; Luckett, Semmes; SERA

*CARR, Patrick E. - attorney, WWII veteran, VFW - v. 73 (1973)
Paulding, Mississippi (Jasper County); prisoner of war experience in World War II ; Veterans of Foreign Wars, national commander; Vietnam; World War II service

*CARTER, Betty W. - Delta Democrat Times - v. 150 (1977)
Beckwith, Byron De La; Carter, Hodding; civil rights and the 1960s; Delta Star, establishing; Democrat Times, establishing; growing up and school in New Orleans Garden District; Werlein family of New Orleans; World War II, life and work during
see also: Carter, Hodding Jr.

*CARTER, Henrine Harmon - Yazoo City native and educator - v. 244 (1981)
education for blacks in the Delta; achievement test scores; busing; career, 1950 1981; Columbia University; Delta, growing up; education; integration, views on; Jackson State University; Lanier High School; Meredith, James; National Education Association; Ole Miss

*CARTER, Hodding Jr.
discussed in: Bradley, Norman - v. 194; Brown, Robert - v. 60; Carter, Betty - v. 150; Carter, Mrs. Sarah - v. 423; Crump, Brodie - v. 53; Dunn, Read Jr. - v. 139; Gorton, Jennie - v. 195; Lipscomb, Edward - v. 145; McDavid, O.C. - v. 166; Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67; Wroten, Joseph - v. 476

*CARTER, Hodding III
discussed in: Crump, Brodie - v. 53; Ramsay, Claude - v. 215; Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67; Wroten, Joe - v. 476

*CARTER, Hugh - Runnelstown resident - v. 512 (1977)
(Tapes and rough transcript available.) Civil War stories; construction of Camp Shelby; the Great Depression; Jones County Junior College; life during World War I; perception of state politicians; settlement of the Mississippi Territory

*CARTER, Jimmy
Chain, Bobby - v. 51
Johnson, Sarah - v. 243
Ramsay, Claude - v. 215
Reid, William - v. 134
Shelton, Cecil - v. 213
Swan, Jimmy - v. 187

*CARTER, Sarah - Washington County Red Cross - v. 423 (1980)
Carter, Hodding; educational experiences; family background; Mississippi Delta, farming in; Washington County; American Red Cross; Mississippi River flood of 1927

*CARTHAN, Eddie - mayor of Tchula - v. 478 (1979)
black farmers; businesses; early life and family; education, views on; mayor of Tchula; political career; race relations

*CASE, Mr. Carrol - author - v. 672 (1996)
banking; McComb; McComb Enterprise Journal; Camp Van Doren; 364th battalion; Massacre in Centreville, MS; World War II; race relations in the military

*CASHION, Ken - NASA - v. 466 (1993)
flooding on the Mississippi River; Mississippi Test Facility's Earth Resources Laboratory; working for NASA in Houston and Fort Worth

*CASSIBRY, Napoleon
discussed in: DeCell, Herman - v. 207

*CASTLEMAN affair
mentioned in: Adam, Bidwell - v. 34; Simmons, Hansford - v. 77

*CATCHINGS, Troy - Clarksdale resident - v. 659 (1994)
Coahoma Opportunities, Inc. (COI); Summer Neighborhood Youth Corps; Neighborhood Outreach Centers; adult education; Head Start; Gooden, Bennie (retains literary rights)

*CATFISH industry in Mississippi
Britt, A.E. - v. 364
Dodgen, Charles L. - v. 162

*CATHOLICS and CATHOLICISM
Harkins, Elizabeth - v. 175
Kendrick, Julia - v. 536
McDevitt, Kathleen - v. 665

*CATLEDGE, Turner - journalist - v. 1 (1971)
Barnett, Ross, and Mississippi's "bad image"; convention method, in politics; Harrison, Pat; journalism; Mississippi political figures; Pentagon Papers; political parties; politicians, non Mississippi; Philadelphia, growing up in; southern politics

*CATTLE industry in Mississippi
general
Amacker, A.O. - v. 78
Arnold, John - v. 114
Ball, Doyle - v. 360
Burris, Lawrence - v. 306
Crump, Brodie - v. 53
Johnson, Seymour - v. 202
Ladner, Heber - v. 30
Lumpkin, Franklin Jr. - v. 103
Maples, Darwin - v. 174
Marx, Charles - v. 185
McLean, George - v. 39
McLendon, Mr. & Mrs. Frank - v. 271-16
Reyer, Joe - v. 90
Seal, Louis - v. 288
Smith, Otis - v. 82
Thames, David - v. 579
Thigpen, S.G. - v. 74
Turner, Maurice - v. 687
Whitten, Mary - v. 56
dipping controversy
Amacker, A.O. - v. 78
Bounds, Houston - v. 111
Emmerich, John - v. 16
Lumpkin, Franklin Jr. - v. 103
Marsalis, Harry - v. 112
McDavid, O.C. - v. 166
O'Neal, C.E. - v. 547
Walker, E.M. - v. 92
Willoughby, Mrs. Bennett - v. 247
see also: dairy industry

*CATTON, Bruce
mentioned in: Applewhite, Fred - v. 87; Wiley, Bell Irvin - v. 211

*CAVETT, Anne - Delta resident; state Welfare Department - v. 513 (1977)
(No bound volume; tapes and a rough transcript available.) growing up and teaching in the Delta; Mississippi Welfare Department during the 1950s and '60s; working in state political campaigns

*CCC
see: Civilian Conservation Corps

*CCI
see: Cotton Council International

*CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY
Gaudet, William - v. 382
Olden, Samuel B. - v. 406

*CHADWICK, Eugene B. - coach at Delta State - v. 514 (1974)
(No bound volume; tape available.) football and baseball career at Delta State University; son of the athletic director of Mississippi State University

*CHAIN, Bobby - businessman and Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning - v. 51 (1977)
Mississippi Power; Oak Ridge Atomic Energy Plant; McKinnis, A.K.; oil industry; Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning; Southern National Bank; banking; National Advisory Council for the Small Business Administration; 1964 Democratic National Convention; Johnson, Paul B. Sr.; Johnson, Paul B. Jr.; Williams, John Bell; Winter, William; Finch, Cliff; Burgin, Bill; Johnson, Lyndon; Carter, Jimmy; Gartin, Carroll; Sullivan, Charlie

*CHAMBERS, Elsie May - editor, Clarion-Ledger - v. 515 (1977)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) civil rights era; forty years of working for the Clarion-Ledger; Hawkins Quadruplets

*CHAMBLISS, Cecil Julius - Japanese POW in World War II - v. 197 (1980)
Burma Death Railroad; capture; Great Depression, farm life; Java Sea, battle of; Navy, enlistment in; prisoner of war experiences; prisoner of war organizations and reunions; release from imprisonment; Sunda Straits; USS Houston; USS West Virginia; Vietnam war

*Chancery clerks
see: Mississippi county chancery clerks

*CHANDLER, Albert B. - governor and senator from Kentucky - v. 362 (1984)
Bilbo, Theodore, perceptions of; Bilbo and Sen. Pat Harrison; Bilbo's liberalism; Bilbo's support for New Deal; U.S.Senate

*CHARLESWORTH, Clifford - NASA, Earth Resources Program - v. 287 (1974)
Apollo program; background; career with NASA; civilian contractors; Earth Resources Program; Gemini 10; Gilruth, Robert; Jeffs, George; Johnson, Lyndon B.; Kraft, Chris; Low, George; Lunney, Glynn; Mercury Program; Phillips, Sam; Skylab Program (On deposit also are Apollo-Soyuz and Skylab photographs.)

*CHASE, Veola - Eureka High School student and Hattiesburg resident - v. 733-1 (1994, 1995)
family background; education; Eureka High School

*CHATMAN, Sam - blues musician and Hollandale resident - v. 516 (1975)
(No bound volume; tapes and rough transcript available.) blues lifestyle; Memphis and Beale Street; slavery stories; Washington County life history

*Chautauqua circuit
see: amusements - Chautauqua, vaudeville, and minstrel shows

*CHENNAULT, Clare
Hamilton, M.W. - v. 464

*CHERNEY, Sue - 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-13 (1979)
(No bound volume; transcript available.) coordinating volunteer agencies; follow-up study of flood victims; Mississippi Religious Leadership Conference, involvement in flood relief

*CHILD DEVELOPMENT GROUP of Mississippi
Henry, Aaron - v. 33
Stewart, Peter - v. 712

*CHOCTAW COUNTY, Mississippi
Farese, Orene - v. 700

*CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMISSION
Davis, William Penn - v. 15

*CHURCH, Bob
Greene, Percy - v. 286

*CHURCHILL, Winston
mentioned in: Colmer, William - v. 43; Bounds, Houston - v. 111

*CI
see: Cotton Incorporated.

*Citizens' Council
see: White Citizens' Council

*CIVIL DEFENSE
Guice, Wade - v. 183 Key, Al - v. 83 Lawrence, Dennis - v. 295-25 Shorter, Rex - v. 295-41 Thornhill, James - v. 295-44

*CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
general
Anderson, Reuben V. - v. 320, part II
Austin, Gladys - v. 719
Banks, Earl - v. 380
Banks, Fred L. Jr. - v. 706
Barber, Rims - v. 690
Bates, Gladys Noel - v. 689
Blackwell, Unita - v. 334
Boyd, Richard and Earline - v. 383
Brown, R. Jess - v. 20
Bryant, Curtis - v. 717
Burger, N.R. - v. 356
Caldwell, Erskine - v. 13
Campbell, Will - v. 157
Carr, Andrew - v. 681
Clark, Obie - v. 699
Cobb, Charles - v. 668
Cohen, James - v. 705
Collier, Clinton - v. 353
Cooper, Owen - v. 57
Cunningham, W.J. - v. 242
Dahmer, Ellie - v. 281
Davis, William - v. 15
Dean, Kenneth - v. 691
Duckworth, C.J. - v. 352
Evans, Wilson II - v. 638
Evers, Charles - v. 7
Fairley, J.C. - v. 375 and v. 711
Fairly, Ken - v. 455
Farese, Orene - v. 700
Glazier, Herman - v. 485
Gooden, Bennie - v. 599
Green, Winifred - v. 704
Greene, Percy - v. 286
Guyot, Lawrence - v. 673
Hall, Pinkey - v. 676
Hamer, Fannie Lou - v. 31
Hamilton, M.W. - v. 464
Jim, Barry Davis Sr. - v. 727-1
Johnson, Paul B. III - v. 456
Johnson, Sarah - v. 243
Jones, Lillie - v. 181
Lee, Clay - v. 186
Keys, Ms. Vernon J. - v. 662
Lewis, Nathaniel - v. 182
Magee, Clarence - v. 714
Magee, Ruby - v. 17
Mars, Florence - v. 179
Martin, Joe - v. 713
Marx, Charles - v. 185
McCarty, Oseola - v. 657
McDaniel, E.L. - v. 493
Michaels, Sheila Shiki y Kessler - v. 732
Minniece, Thomas - v. 319
Moore, Amzie - v. 184
Nix, James - v. 443
Page, Matthew - v. 695, Part II
Phillips, Mamie and Charles - v. 711
Price, Elizabeth - v. 605
Randolph, James - v. 373
Raspberry, William - v. 307
Ripley, Minnie - v. 341
Rubin, Larry - v. 624
Schutt, Jane Menefee - v. 623
Shelton, Cecil - v. 213
Simmons, William - v. 372
Smith, E. Hammond - v. 369
Smith, Michael - v. 448
Steptoe, Eldridge W. Jr. - v. 653
Swan, Jimmy - v. 187
Ernesting Denham Talber - v. 702
Thompson, Bennie - v. 339
Watkins, Hollis - v. 670
Weathersby, Zella - v. 710
West, Phillip - v. 629
York, Jason - v. 727-2
York, Kenneth - v. 727-3
federal, state and local officials
Barnett, O.H. - 452
Barnett, Ross - v. 26
Brady, T.P. - v. 2
Buckley, Horace - v. 354
Carr, Michael - v. 469
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203
Davis, Russell - v. 55
Dukes, William - v. 40
Griffin, Charles - v. 191
Holleman, Boyce - v. 484
Johnson, Pete - v. 44
Johnston, Earl - v. 276
Maples, Darwin - v. 174
Marx, Charles - v. 185
Tubb, Thomas Jefferson - v. 490
Wroten, Joseph - v. 476
Yarbrough, George - v. 367
Forrest County/Hattiesburg
Adickes, Sandra - v. 731
Baker, Constance - v. 658
Barnes, Ariel - v. 718
Boyd, Richard and Earline - v. 383
Fairley, J.C. - v. 375 and v. 711
Magee, Clarence - v. 714
Nix, James - v. 443
Sandifer, Iva E. - v. 633
Schwartz, Joseph - v. 736
Shaw, Terri - v. 724
Smith, E. Hammond - v. 369
Spinks, Eberta - v. 720
see also: Council of Federated Organizations; education - school desegregation; Freedom Summer; integration; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; Philadelphia murders; race relations; racial violence; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

*CIVIL WAR, American
Applewhite, Fred - v. 87
Bounds, Houston - v. 111
Capers, Legrand - v. 153
Carter, Hugh - v. 512
Clark, Clifton - v. 517
Denham, George - v. 525
Foote, Shelby - v. 79
Harned, Horace - v. 355
Johnson, Mrs. Sydney - v. 173
Langley, Fred - v. 52
Smith, Mrs. P.E. "Katie" - v. 660
Spruill, Charlcie - v. 572
Williams, Kenneth - v. 470
see also: Davis, Jefferson; Grant, Ulysses S.; Lee, Robert E.

*CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS
Abbott, Samuel - v. 249
Aplin, Herbert - v. 384
Boyd, Richard and Earline - v. 383
Clark, Lee Roy - v. 232
Daniels, Motee - v. 390
Deal, Borden - v. 193
Fairley, J.C. - v. 375
Griffin, Wilbur - v. 414
Nelms, W.C. - v. 381
Sullivan, G.R. - v. 167

*CLARION-LEDGER
Chambers, Elsie May - v. 515
Davis, Ben - v. 524
Hewitt, Purser - v. 10
Pyles, Dixon - v. 394

*CLARK, Andrew Belton - Yazoo County native - v. 407 (1980)
Linden Plantation; turn-of-the-century plantation lifestyle, plantation stories; yellow fever epidemic

*CLARK, Clifton C. - Ruth (Lincoln County) resident - v. 517 (1980)
(No bound volume; tape available; transcript available-on deposit in Oral History office.) Turn-of-the-century lifestyle; Civil War stories; flu epidemic of 1917; Mississippi River flood of 1927; Great Depression; lumber industry; Ku Klux Klan; perceptions of early-twentieth-century state politicians

*CLARK, Fred Sr. - Jackson resident - v. 494 (1994)
Freedom Riders; Evers, Medgar; Meredith, James; Tougaloo; integration; Schwerner and Goodman, Neshoba County murders; race relations

*CLARK, James - World War II prisoner of war - v. K2 (1989)
capture; flight training; life as a POW; mission descriptions; organizational training as an aerial gunner; overseas duty; personal and military background; return to U.S. and civilian life (retains literary rights)

*CLARK, Lee Roy, Jr. - Hurricane Camille survivor - v. 232 (1979)
Civilian Conservation Corps; drill sergeant; eye of the hurricane; family background; Great Depression; Hurricane Camille; aftermath of; Japanese, hostile feelings towards; Lear, Ben; military service; Patton, George S.; relief agencies; tornadoes; wind, force of

*CLARK, Obie - educator and businessman, Meridian, Miss. - v. 699 (1997)
growing up in rural Kemper County; "Bloody Kemper"; teaching in Kemper County; teaching in Meridian; school desegregation in Meridian; black leadership in Meridian; antipoverty programs; civil rights; the Ayers case

*CLARKE COUNTY, Mississippi
Boston, Eulalia - v. 508
Parker, Charlie - v. 400
see: Research Guide to the Clarke County Collection - v. 271

*CLARKSDALE, Mississippi
Carr, Andrew - v. 681
Catchings, Troy - v. 659
Gooden, Bennie - v. 599
Graves, Sid Jr. - v. 695, Part I
Keys, Ms. Vernon J. - v. 662
Luckett, Semmes - v. 370
Wilson, Mayo D. - v. 645

*CLEGG, Hugh H. - FBI agent - v. 99 (1975)
Allen, George; Bailey, Tom; Bennett Academy; Bilbo, Theodore G.; Campbell, Boyd; Campbell, Will Davis; communism; Conner, Mike; Cummings, Homer; Curtis, Charles; DeLoach, Deke; Dillinger, John, directing pursuit of; Dirksen, Everett; FBI career; Feibelman, Julian; George Washington University law school; Gillespie, Robert; Harrison, Pat; Hoover, J. Edgar; Jackson; Kershaw; leaders, state and national; Mathiston, growing up in; McKellar, Kenneth; Meredith, James, and the Ole Miss integration; Millsaps College; Ole Miss; Stephens, Hubert; Sullens, Fred; Sullivan, William; The Rebel Record; Tolson, Clyde; Supreme Court; Whitfield, Henry Lewis; Williams, John Sharpe; Winchell, Walter; World War II
discussed in: Gillespie, Robert - v. 46; Turner, Thomas - v. 28

*CLEMENTS, Joseph H. - World War II Veteran - v. 465 (1993)
Alaska; effects of war on soldiers, D day; German campaign; GI Bill; Northern France campaign; Saint-Lô

*CLEMONS, Cynthia - Hattiesburg flood of 1974 - v. 285-7 (1974)
(No bound volume; tape available.) Hattiesburg flooding; rescued by Camp Shelby personnel

*CLEMSON, Barry - Freedom Summer participant - v. 626 (1995)
Freedom Summer; adult education

*CLEVELAND, Mississippi
Bishop, F.W. - v. 431
see also: Bolivar County

*CLINTON, Mississippi
Buckley, Horace - v. 354
see also: Hinds County

*CLOVER, Chandler - 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-14 (1979)
(No bound volume; transcript available.) aftermath of the flood; flood experiences; involvement in the flood; preparations made at the hospital; Woman's Hospital

*CLOWER, Jerry - television personality - v. 38 (1973)
Grand Ole Opry; Liberty, Mississippi, life in; Mississippi Chemical Corporation, business career with; Navy career; racial changes in Mississippi; show business (Also on deposit with the interview are three record albums, "Jerry Clower from Yazoo City, Mississippi, Talking," "Jerry Clower, Mouth of Mississippi," and "Clower Power," and one reel-to-reel tape, "Country Crossroads.")

*CLOWER, Mrs. Oliver Barrett - Hurricane Camille - v. 222 (1979)
early life; eye of Hurricane Camille; Hurricane Camille; hurricane of 1909; hurricane of 1914; looters

*COAHOMA COUNTY, Mississippi
Carr, Andrew - v. 681
Catchings, Troy - v. 659
Edwards, Macon - v. 140
Gooden, Bennie - v. 599
Jackson, Robert - v. 143
Keys, Ms. Vernon J. - v. 662
Ross, Harvey T. - v. 663
Wilson, Mayo D. - v. 645

*COAST GUARD, U.S.
Johnson, Nestor - v. 48

*COBB, Charles - civil rights activist - v. 668 (1996)
civil rights; SNCC; Moore, Amzie; NAACP; Evers, Medgar; voter registration in Sunflower County; racial violence; Hamer, Fannie Lou; adult education ; gender and generation in leadership within the civil rights movement; Freedom Summer; Freedom Schools

*COBERLY, William B. Jr. - director, National Cotton Council - v. 120 (1977)
cotton industry, issues in; crusher segment in cotton industry; economics and cotton; National Cotton Council

*COCA-COLA
Culpepper, Mallard - v.522
Fryant, G.V. - v.530
Milner, J.K. - v. 159

*COCHRAN, Thad - U.S. congressman and U.S. senator - v. 220 (1982)
Allred, Mike; Barnett, Ross; biographical discussion; Bodron, Ellis; campaign costs; Carmichael, Gil; Dye, Brad; Eastland, James; Evers, Charles; Ford, Gerald; Johnson, Paul B., Jr., gubernatorial campaign; Kennedy, John F.; Mounger, Billy; Navy ROTC; Nixon, Richard M.; Ole Miss, integration of; Ole Miss, law school at; Pickering, Charles, victory over; Sullivan, Charles; Trinity College; Watergate; Yerger, Wirt
mentioned in: Mounger, William - v. 311; Simmons, Hansford - v. 77; Yerger, Wirt - v. 204

*COFFEEVILLE, Mississippi
Side, Chappell - v. 304-7

*COHEN, James - Hattiesburg pharmacist - v. 705 (1976)
family background; growing up in Forrest County; Alcorn State University; pharmacist; relationship with Aaron Henry; biracial committee; civil rights; Petal High School, integration; racial violence; involvement in local politics

*COKE& GRAPHITE industry
Tatum, Joe - v. 457

*COKER, Paul - Shubuta resident and businessman - v. 271-7 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) lifestyle, attitudes, and work in early-twentieth-century-rural Clarke County

*COKER, Robert R. - National Cotton Council of America - v. 121 (1977)
family background; National Cotton Council; seed breeding (Also deposited is a collection of Mr. Coker's speeches.)

*COLEMAN, J.P. - Mississippi governor, U.S. Court of Appeals judge - v. 203 (1981)
Abernathy, Tom; alcohol regulation; attorney general; Barnett, Ross; Bilbo, Theodore; Burgin, Bill; capital punishment; clearing the record; Coleman family background; Colmer, William; Conner, Mike; Eastland, James O.; executive clemency; Finch, Cliff; Ford, Aaron; Gartin, Carroll; George Washington University; governor of Mississippi; Great Depression; Harrison, Pat; in legislature of Mississippi; Johnson, Lyndon Baines; Kefauver, Estes; Kennedy, John F.; King, Clennon; Kuntzler, William; law and early political career; a lynching; McGehee, Dan; Meredith, James, incident at Ole Miss; Mississippi Club (Washington, D.C.); Mississippi Highway patrol; National Guard, using for law enforcement; pardons; Parker, Mack Charles; plea bargaining; practicing law; racial integration; racial issue in 1955; raiding a still; Rankin, John; Rayburn, Sam; Roosevelt, Eleanor; Sillers, Walter; Smith, Frank; Spenkalenk Case; Stennis, John C.; Stevenson, Adlai; Sullivan, Charles; U.S. Court of Appeals; U.S. Supreme Court; University of Mississippi, law school at; Waller, William; White, Hugh; Whittington, Will; Williams, John Bell; Winter, William
discussed in: Black, Maurice - v. 379; Bradley, Norman - v. 194; DeCell, Herman - v. 207; Eason, Henry - v. 45; Fairchild, Wiley - v. 212; Hall, Stanton - v. 3; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10; Holleman, Boyce - v. 484; Johnson, Pete - v. 441; Leech, Dewey - v. 86; Maples, Darwin - v. 174; Marx, Charles - v. 185; McDavid, E.G. - v. 161; Mellen, Grenville - v. 160; Newman, C.B. - v. 447; Quave, Russell - v. 189; Ramsay, Claude - v. 215; Simmons, Hansford - v. 77; Triggs, Gene - v. 385; Walker, E.M. - v. 92; Winter, William - v. 417; Wroten, Joseph - v. 476; Young, Stanford - v. 396

*College Board
see: Board of Trustees, State Institutions of Higher Learning

*COLLIER, Clinton - minister, civil rights activist - v. 353 (1981, 1994)
civil rights movement; early life; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; Mississippi governors; Philadelphia murders; race relations; religion; segregation; Sovereignty Commission

*COLLINS, Donnie K. - wife of a Vietnam POW - v. 105 (1974)
Air Force wife, life as; Hattiesburg flood of 1974; Hurricane Camille relief; National League of Families; prisoner-of-war families, difficulties of; prisoner-of-war wife, life as; Red Cross work See also Collins, Thomas Edward III; Vietnam Prisoners-of-War; Vietnam War

*COLLINS, Joseph Lawton "Lightning Joe"
mentioned in: Middleton, Troy - v. 59
see also: World War II

*COLLINS, Mississippi
Weathersby, Zella - v. 710

*COLLINS, Ross A.
mentioned in: Ladner, Heber - v. 30

*COLLINS, Thomas Edward III - Utica native and Vietnam POW - v. 36 (1973)
aerial combat; bombing halt in 1968; capture experiences; F-4 Phantom jet; family background; "Hanoi Hilton"; interrogation and torture; North Vietnamese villagers, treatment by; prisoner of war experiences; "Project Homecoming"; release from captivity; repatriation experience; Vietnam war protest movement
see also: Collins, Donnie K.; Vietnam Prisoners of War; Vietnam War

*COLMER, William - U.S. representative from Mississippi, 1932-73 - v. 43 (1973)
Bilbo, Theodore G.; Churchill, Winston; Congressional career; county attorney, work as; district attorney, work as; Economic Policy Committee; Eisenhower, Dwight D.; Gautier, Hermes; House Rules Committee, chairing; Johnson, Lyndon B.; Kennedy, John F.; law and early political career; McAdoo, William Gibbs; New Deal, opinions on; Nixon, Richard M.; Roosevelt, Franklin D.; self appraisal; "Southern Bloc" in Congress; Sullens, Fred; Truman, Harry S.
discussed in: Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Crosby, L.O. Jr. - v. 155; Culpepper, J.P. - 14; Darby, Cooper - v. 158; Foote, L.Y. Sr. - v. 72; Haas, Irene - v. 272; Hull, Edgar - v. 439; Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144; Mellen, Grenville - v. 160; Milner, J.K. - v. 159; Moye, James - v. 216; Stevens, Boswell - v. 9; Todd, H. P. - v. 70; Walker, Prentiss - v. 208; Warrington, James - v. 283; Wilson, L.A. - v. 66; Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67

*COLONIAL DAMES of the SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
Haas, Irene - v. 272
Smith, Frances T. - v. 661

*COLSON, Joe. V. - seafood industry- v. 273 (1979)
growing up on the Gulf Coast; Gulf States Marine Fisheries; Hurricane Camille; seafood industry

*COLUMBIA, Mississippi
Beets, Eva - v. 168
Bourne, Robert - v. 295-8
Bradley, Bert - v. 295-11 (Columbian Press)
Patterson, Robert - v. 295-34
Saunders, Joe - v. 295-40
Williams, Lester - v. 166 (Columbian Progress)
see also: Pearl River - 1979 flood interviews

*COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, New York City, New York
Carter, Henrine - v. 244

*COLUMBUS, Mississippi
Barber, Walter "Red" - v. 44
Fant, Joseph - v. 695, Part I
Hardy, Robert - v. 395
see also: Mississippi University for Women

*COMMUNISM
Clegg, Hugh - v. 99
Gaudet, William - v. 382
Greene, Percy - v. 286

*COMMITTEE on the PRESERVATION of CIVIL RIGHTS PAPERS
Johnston, Erle - v. 276

*CONERLY, Charles
mentioned in: Hale, Edwin - v. 68; Walters, Carl - v. 170

*CONNALLY, John
McDavid, E.G. - v. 161

*CONNER, Mike
Adam, Bidwell - v. 34
Bradley, Norman - v. 194
Brown, Robert - v. 60
Clegg, Hugh - v. 99
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203
Crosby, L.O. - v. 155
Eason, Henry v. 45
Emmerich, Oliver - v. 16
Hewitt, Purser - v. 10
Hicks, Hervey - v. 361
Holleman, Boyce - v. 484
Johnson, Mrs. Sidney - v. 173
Kenna, Edgar - v. 246
Leech, Dewey - v. 86
Lester, Garner - v. 127
Lumpkin, F.S. Sr. - v. 102
Mauldin, Byrd - v. 293
Mellen, Grenville - v. 160
Norris, Mildred - v. 69
Ponder, Arthur - v. 263
Pyles, Dixon - v. 394
Reyer, Alma - v. 89
Ross, T.E. - v. 61
Smith, Lester - v. 11
Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67

*CONNOR, Donald L. - Ocean Springs resident - v. 392-5 (1981)
(No bound volume; tape and transcript available.) 1699 Historical Committee; hurricanes on the Gulf Coast; insurance auditing; Ocean Springs Planning Commission

*CONNORS, Mona - Hattiesburg resident - v. 518 (1974)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) businesses; Camp Shelby; growth of businesses; families of Hattiesburg; flu epidemic of 1917; perceptions of governors; race relations; turn-of-the-century lifestyle in Hattiesburg

*CONSTITUTION of the State of Mississippi
see: Mississippi Constitution of 1890

*CONSTRUCTION and CONTRACTING industries in Mississippi
Beaman, S.G. - v. 502
Fairchild, Wiley - v. 212

*CONWAY, Bura - New Augusta (Perry County) farmer - v. 519 (1981)
(No bound volume; tapes and rough transcript available.) continuing to plow with oxen; farming in Perry County; memories of Theodore Bilbo; service on the board of supervisors

*COOK, A. B. - son of the first USM president - v. 290 (1980)
banking career; Bilbo, Theodore; Cook, Joe; Great Depression; growing up on a plantation in Lowndes County; timber industry; WWI service

*COOK, Clearse - Hattiesburg resident - v. 722 (1994)
growing in Palmer's Crossing; Great Depression; racism and race relations; impact of World War II on her family; family background

*COOK, Joseph A.
Amacker, A.O. - v. 78
Cook, A.B. - v. 270
McLemore, Richard - v. 25
O'Ferral, C.A. - v. 96
Roberts, Anna - v. 6
Vasselus, Paul - v. 152
Walker, J. Fred - v. 163
Whitten, Mary - v. 86
see also: Mississippi Normal College; University of Southern Mississippi

*COOK, Robert Cecil - Mississippi Southern College - v. 4 (1972)
campus growth; early teaching career; faculty, MSC; faculty in 1940; Fine Arts Building; Fortune, Porter; Gore, Jesse; journalistic career; Latin American Institute; life insurance company; military career; pranks; president, MSC; State Institutions of Higher Learning; Stout, Wilbur; University of Mississippi, dean of School of Education; University Press, organization of; Vann, Thad "Pie;" vice president, Jackson State Times; World War II and Southern
discussed in: Bradley, Norman - v. 194; Landskov, N.L. - v. 277; McLemore, Richard - v. 25; Roberts, Anna - v. 6; Turner, Thomas - v. 28; Walker, J. Fred - v. 163; Wilbur, Leon - v. 101 see also: University of Southern Mississippi.

*COOLIDGE, Calvin
mentioned in: Mellen, Grenville - v. 160

*COOPER, Owen - Mississippi Chemical Corporation - v. 57 (1972)
civil rights participation; Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation and Mississippi Chemical Corporation; Southern Baptist Convention, work as president of

*COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE
May, W.T. - v. 539
Price, James - v. 556
Spurlock, Ann C. - v. 573

*COPELAND, Clifton - World War II POW - v. 250 (1974)
Corregidor, duty at; effects of incarceration; family background

*Copeland Gang
see: Outlaws of Mississippi

*COPIAH COUNTY, Mississippi
Ball, Doyle - v. 360
Cottingham, Mrs. T.L. - v. 520
Kitchens, O.W. - v. 537

*COPIAH-LINCOLN COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Thames, Billy - v. 695, Part II

*CORBAN, Emma Ruth - Fayette resident and educator - v. 357 (1991)
alcohol education; early life and family; education; junior colleges, work in; merger of Mississippi Education Association with Mississippi Teachers Association; school desegregation; tenant system; University of Mississippi

*CORINTH, Mississippi
Bishop, E. S.- v. 358

*CORLEW, John G. - state senator - v. 221 (1979)
Alexander, Bill; Appropriations Committee; Barnett, Ross R.; Bodron, Ellis; Burgin, Bill; family background; Gandy, Evelyn; Gresham, "Buddy"; Ingram, Carroll; legislation, example of passing a bill; lieutenant governor, power of; Meredith, James, incident at Ole Miss; Mississippi electorate, comments on; Republican growth; Stennis, John; University of Mississippi, integration of; University of Mississippi, study at; Vanderbilt law school; Winter, William
discussed in: Ramsay, Claude - v. 215

*CORTRIGHT, George - National Cotton Council of America - v. 122 (1977)
cotton industry; governmental appointments; National Cotton Council; Rolling Fork, growing up in; tenant system today and during World War II perceptions of v. 144

*COSBY, Walter T. - Mississippi Central Railroad - v. 245 (1983)
Mississippi Central Railroad; railroad competition; railroad industry, changes in; railroad industry, early years of

*COSSAR, George Payne
mentioned in: Maples, Darwin - v. 174

*COTTINGHAM, Mrs. T.L. "Lizzie" - Crystal Springs (Copiah County) - v. 520 (1972)
(No bound volumes; tape and transcript available.) growing up in Copiah County; memories of Theodore Bilbo, Pat Harrison, and Alton Parker

*COTTON, Gordon A. - educator, journalist, museum director - v. 235 (1983)
Cain, Mary; Davis, Jefferson; family history; Mississippi College; Primitive Baptist beliefs and history; Vicksburg in the 1940s

*COTTEN, Dr. Paul - school administrator - v. 644 (1995)
Ellisville State School; Boswell Regional Center; William Carey College; mentally handicapped; University of Southern Mississippi; McComb; music therapy; segregation; State Supervisor of Special Education; foster-grandparents program; deinstitutionalization; retirement home for mentally handicapped people

*COTTON BOARD
Ford, Hadley - v. 141
Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144
Power, Carlton - v. 146
Youngker, Charles - v. 137
see also: cotton industry; Research and Promotion Act of 1967

*COTTON COUNCIL INTERNATIONAL
Baker, Harry - v. 115
Beatty, Francis - v. 117
Edwards, Macon - v. 140
Jackson, Robert - v. 143
Kennedy, James - v. 125
Lipscomb, Edward - v. 145
Russell, Albert - v. 147
see also: cotton industry

*COTTON INCORPORATED
Barringer, Lewis - v. 116
Blake, William - v. 138
Denton, Chauncey - v. 123
Giffen, Russell - v. 124
Jackson, Robert - v. 143
Kennedy, James - v. 125
Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144
Lockett, Aubrey - v. 128
Maros, Mike - v. 300
Power, Carlton - v. 146
Reid, William - v. 134
Russell, Albert - v. 147
Stevens, Boswell - v. 9
Wilson, Clyde - v. 136
Youngker, Charles - v. 137
see also: cotton industry; National Cotton Council

*COTTON industry in Mississippi
Baker, Harry - v. 115
Ballard, Emma - v. 521
Barringer, Lewis - v. 116
Beatty, Francis - v. 117
Billings, Earle - v. 260
Blair, Raymond - v. 119
Blackburn, Norris - v. 118
Blake, William - v. 138
Britt, A.E. - v. 364
Coberly, William - v. 120
Coker, Robert - v. 121
Cortright, George - v. 122
Crump, Brodie - v. 53
Curtis, Perry - v. 523
Davis, William - v. 15
Denton, Chauncey Jr. - v. 123
Dunn, Read - v. 139
Edward, Macon - v. 140
Ford, Hadley - v. 141
Giffen, Russell - v. 124
Horne, M.K. Jr. - v. 142
Hughes, Jesse - v. 237
Jackson, Robert - v. 143
Kennedy, James - v. 125
Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144
Lawson, W.D. III - v. 126
Lester, Garner - v. 127
Lipscomb, Edward - v. 145
Lockett, Aubrey - v. 128
Lynn, Bruce - v. 299
Magee, Ruby - v. 17
Mayes, J.E. - v. 131
McCabe, Gordon Jr. - v. 132
Mellen, Grenville - v. 160
Montgomery, Walter Sr. - v. 133
Ponder, Arthur - v. 263
Power, Carlton - v. 146
Reid, William - v. 134
Russell, Albert - v. 147
Sayre, Charles - v. 135
Sears, Earl - v. 148
Sheldon, Anson - v. 565
Stevens, Boswell - v. 9
Sturdivant, Mike - v. 109
Todd, H.P. - v. 70
Turner, Thomas Newell - v. 28
Vickers, Hawkins - v. 37
Wilson, Clyde - v. 136
Youngker, Charles - v. 137
see also: agriculture in Mississippi; American Cotton Shippers Association; Cotton Board; Cotton Incorporated; Cotton Council International; Cotton Work; Cotton Warehousemen; Cottonseed Breeding; Cottonseed Crushers; Cotton Producers Institute; National Cotton Compress and Cotton Warehouse Association; National Cotton Council of America; Producers Steering Committee; Research and Promotion Act; tenant and sharecropping system

*COTTON PRODUCERS INSTITUTE (CPI)
Baker, Harry - v. 115
Blackburn, Norris - v. 118
Blake, William - v. 138
Blair, Raymond - v. 119
Edwards, Macon - v. 140
Giffen, Russell - v. 124
Kennedy, James - v. 125
Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144
Lockett, Aubrey - v. 128
Power, Carlton - v. 146
Sayre, Charles - v. 135
Sears, Earl - v. 148
Wilson, Clyde - v. 136
Youngker, Charles - v. 137
see also: cotton industry; producers steering committee

*Cotton Research and Promotion Act (1966)
see: Research and Promotion Act of 1966

*COUNCIL of FEDERATED ORGANIZATIONS (COFO)
Adickes, Sandra - v. 731
Hamer, Fannie Lou - v. 31
Henry, Aaron - v. 33
Mars, Florence - v. 179
Michaels, Sheila Shiki y Kessler - v. 732
see also: civil rights movement

*County agents
see: Cooperative Extension Service

*COUNTY government
Alford, Sam - v. 177
Carmichael, Gil - v. 176
Darby, Cooper - v. 158
Kellar, Alton - v. 454
Tatum, Joe - v. 457
see: Mississippi, state and local officials; boards of supervisors.

*COURTS of LAW and RULINGS
general
Adickes, Sandra - v. 731
Anderson, Reuben V. - v. 320
Banks, Fred L. Jr. - v. 706
Barnett, O.H - v. 452
Brown, R. Jess - v. 20
DeCell, Herman - v. 207
Frohman, Patricia, Betty Jones and Mary Seaton - v. 688
Holleman, Boyce - v. 484
Kendrick, Julia - v. 536
Maples, Darwin - v. 174
Mars, Florence - v. 179
Norris, Mildred - v. 69
Walker, E.M. - v. 92
Brown v. Board of Education and other desegregation cases
Banks, Fred L. Jr. - v. 706
Barber, Frank - v. 667
Brady, Thomas - v. 2
Campbell, Will - v. 157
Clark, Obie - v. 699
Cox, Robert - v. 643
Gillespie, Robert - v. 46
Griffin, Charles - v. 191
Henry, Aaron - v. 33
Mars, Florence - v. 179
Ramsay, Claude - v. 215
Rogers, George W. - v. 652
Young, Stanford - v. 396
sentencing, pardons, penal system
Barnett, O.H. - v. 452
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203
Maples, Darwin - v. 174
Marx, Charles - v. 185
Norris, Mildred - v. 69
proceedings, caseloads, process, juries
Barnett, O.H. - v. 452
Hall, Stanton - v. 3
Johnson, Sarah - v. 243
Maples, Darwin - v. 174
Norris, Mildred - v. 69
Reyer, Alma - v. 89
see also: crime and law enforcement; Federal Bureau of Investigation; Mississippi, judiciary of; Mississippi Highway Patrol; specific cases by name

*COVINGTON COUNTY, Mississippi
Fairchild, Wiley - v. 212
Myers, Hulon - v. 349
Napier, Irene - v. 259
Ponder, Arthur - v. 263
Talbert, Ernestine Denham - v. 702
Thames, David - v. 579
Weathersby, Zella - v. 710

*COX, Robert Elton - educator - v. 643 (1993?)
Minimum Foundation Program; Great Depression; Brown v. Board of Education; integration; Madison County; World War II

*CPI
see: Cotton Producers Institute

*CRAIG, LoRaine - Greenville native and farmer - v. 363 (1977)
agriculture; floods; Greenville at the turn of the century; mechanization; sharecropping/tenant system; steamboats

*CRIME and LAW ENFORCEMENT
Byrne, Tony - v. 420
Clegg, Hugh - v. 99
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203
Dukes, William - v. 40
Fisher, Larry - v. 295-17
Fondren, David - v. 295-9
Gillespie, Robert - v. 46
Hall, Stanton - v. 3
Hughes, Jesse - v. 237
Maples, Darwin - v. 174
Marx, Charles - v. 185
Milner, J.K. - v. 159
Pope, Ray - v. 295-37
Saxon, George - v. 449
Swetman, Glenn - v. 391
Wilson, L.A. - v. 66
see also: courts of law and rulings; Federal Bureau of Investigation; Mississippi, judiciary of; Mississippi Highway Patrol; law and legislation; racial violence

*CRISLER, Giles W.
Marx, Charles - v. 185

*CROOK, Robert
Griffin, Charles - v. 191

*Crop dusting
see: aviation

*CROSBY, Dorothy - wife of L. O. Crosby Jr. - v. 475 (1992)
early life in Dakotas; Picayune in the early twentieth century

*CROSBY, L. O. Jr. - Picayune businessman - v. 155 (1974)
civic involvement; Crosby Enterprises, scope of; Goodyear Yellow Pine Company, developing; paint business, developing; philanthropic enterprises; tung oil industry, developing; wire bound box business
discussed in: Lumpkin, F.S. Sr. - v. 102; Lumpkin, Franklin Jr. - v. 103; Walker, E.M. - v. 92
see also: Crosby family; Goodyear Yellow Pine Company; Lumber industry; Picayune, Mississippi; Thigpen, S.G.; Tung oil industry in Mississippi

*CROSBY, L. O. Sr.
discussed in: Thigpen, S.G. - v. 74
see also: Crosby family

*CROSBY family
discussed in: Acker, Freddie - v. 418; Brady, Thomas - v. 2; Crosby, Dorothy - v. 475; Lumpkin, F.S. Sr. - v. 102; Lumpkin, Franklin Jr. - v. 103

*CRUMP, Brodie - Greenville resident and journalist - v. 53 (1974)
Carter, Hodding Jr., perceptions of; Carter, Hodding III, perceptions of; cattle, raising; cotton broker, work as; Greenville at the turn of the century; Greenville, integration in; Mississippi River Flood of 1927; newspaper columnist, work as; Percy family of Greenville

*CRUMP, Ed, "Boss"
mentioned in: Bradley, Norman - v. 194; Crump, Brodie - v. 53

*CRUTHIRDS, Elsie Day - educator, Hancock County - v. 521 (1974)
(No bound volume; tape and rough transcript available.) painting and poetry writing; teaching school in Pass Christian; USM during 1930s and '40s

*CRY, Robert - 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-15 (1979)
(No bound volume; transcript available.) aid from relief agencies; community help; flood experience; no preparations made; repairing their home; trying to salvage property

*CRYSTAL SPRINGS (Copiah County), Mississippi
Cottingham, Mrs. T.L. - v. 520
Lewis, Arthur - v. 165
Ross, W.D. - v. 562
Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67

*CUBA
Gaudet, William George - v. 382
Powe, William A. - v. 377

*CULPEPPER, J. P. Jr. - Hattiesburg physician - v. 14 (1972)
Colmer, William; Culpepper, J.P. III; Forrest General Hospital; government's increasing role in medicine; Hattiesburg medical history; medicine, future trends in; medicine, recent advances in; Methodist Hospital, forming staff of; national organizations, membership in

*CULPEPPER, Mallard - Jackson resident - v. 522 (1972)
(No bound volume; tape available.) Clarion-Ledger staff (Hedermans); country music enthusiast; growing up in Jackson; Jimmie Rodgers Memorial; working for Coca-Cola

*CUMMINGS, Homer
discussed in: Clegg, Hugh - v. 99

*CUNNINGHAM, William Jefferson - Methodist minister - v. 242 (1981, 1982)
Emory University, study at; family background; Galloway Memorial United Methodist Church and racial tensions; Millsaps College, study at; Moral Majority and censorship; "The Negro Question" (Appendix A); civil rights and the Methodist church; tithing and contributions; University of Mississippi, study at

*CURTIS, Charles
discussed in: Clegg, Hugh - v. 99

*CURTIS, Perry - Natchez and Mound Bayou resident - v. 523 (1974)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) life history of Natchez and Mound Bayou in the turn of the century; tenant farming; cotton farming; race relations; preacher

*Cyclones
see: Natural Disasters

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*DAHMER, Ellie J. - educator and civil rights activist - v. 281 (1974)
background, early career; fire-bombing of Dahmer home; Freedom Summer; race relations in Hattiesburg; teaching during segregation

*DAHMER, Vernon
Adickes, Sandra - v. 731
Branch, Raylawni - v. 682
Dahmer, Ellie - v. 281
Dukes, William - v. 40
Fairley, J.C. - v. 375
Hall, Stanton - v. 3
Hamilton, M.W. - v. 464
Maples, Darwin - v. 174
Sandifer, Iva E. - v. 633
Watkins, Hollis - v. 670
Wells, Buck - v. 694
see also: racial violence

*DAILY HERALD, Biloxi
Darby, Cooper - v. 158
Wilkes, Eugene - v. 588

*DAILY NEWS, Jackson, Mississippi
Dunn, Burris - v. 331
McDavid, O.C. v. 166
Walters, Carl v. 170
see also: Sullens, Fred

*DAIRY industry in Mississippi
Arnold, John R. - v. 114
Ball, Doyle - v. 360
Blocker, Jacob - v. 97
McDavid, O.C. - v. 166
Milner, J.K. - v. 159
Seal, Louis - v. 288
Stevens, Boswell - v. 9
see also: cattle industry; tenant system

*DAKIN, John - Mississippi farmer - v. 302 (1974)
family background; Great Depression; growing up in the Delta

*DANCING RABBIT CREEK, Treaty of
Whitten, Mary - v. 56
see also: Indians in Mississippi

*DANIELS, Motee - bootlegger - v. 390 (1974)
bootlegging and speakeasy management; Civilian Conservation Corps, work in; farming rented land; Faulkner, William, recollections of; growing up in rural Lafayette County

*DANTIN, Maurice
discussed in: Adam, Bidwell - v. 34; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10; Lewis, Nathaniel - v. 182; Ramsay, Claude - v. 215

*DARBY, Cooper J. - educator, chancery clerk in Harrison County - v. 158 (1976)
Adam, Bidwell; Barr, Dexter; Bilbo, Theodore G.; Bond, W.F.; chancery clerks; Clark, John; Colmer, William; contract kickbacks; county unit system, as government; family background; gasoline taxes; Gulf & Ship Island railroad; Gulf Coast; gasoline tax; Harrison County; Harrison County superintendent of education, work as; Harrison, Pat; Havens, Joe; Hewes, Gaston; Hewes, William G.; Ivy, H.M.; Johnson, Bob; legislature's role in improving education; lumber industry in Mississippi, early 1900s; lunacy laws; Mississippi Normal College in 1920s; Mize, Joe; Mize, Sid; Perkinston Junior College; Rollins, H.M.; Russell, Dan M.; Wilkes, Eugene

*DAUGHTERS of the AMERICAN REVOLUTION
Haas, Irene - v. 272
Smith, Mrs. P.E. "Katie" - v. 660
Whitten, Mary - v. 56

*DAUGHTERS of the CONFEDERACY
Johnson, Mrs. Sidney - v. 173
Smith, Frances T. - v. 661
Smith, Mrs. P.E. "Katie" - v. 660

*DAVENPORT, Presley - oil industry - v. 715 (1998)
family background; service in the Korean War; oil industry; working on offshore rigs; job safety; drilling techniques

*DAVIS, Ben - gardening columnist, Clarion-Ledger - v. 524 (1972)
(No bound volume; draft and tapes available.) career history as a gardening columnist for the Clarion-Ledger; growing up in Wayne and Lauderdale counties in early twentieth century; lumber industry; teaching school

*DAVIS, Jefferson
Cotton, Gordon - v. 235
Foote, Shelby - v. 79
Kimbrough, Hunter - v. 206

*DAVIS, Ralph - Baptist missionary to Africa - v. 84 (1973)
Baptist ForeignMission Board, selection by; Biafran War; Ghana, missionary work; Nigeria, missionary work in; World War II service

*DAVIS, Mrs. Ralph - Baptist missionary to Africa - v. 85 (1973)
Biafran War; Ghana, missionary work in; missionary work; Nigeria, missionary work in; nursing training; Peace Corps, an impression of

*DAVIS, Russell - Jackson mayor, 1967-69 - v. 55 (1974)
Council on Aging; Jackson State shootings; legislative career, 1959 68; mayor of Jackson; mayor's Progress Report; perceptions of Mississippi politicians; Police Department problems
mentioned in: Eason, Henry - v. 45

*DAVIS, William Penn - Mississippi Baptist minister - v. 15, I & II (1972)
Christian Life Commission; Committee of Concern; Department of Work with National Baptists; Freedom Summer; Hart Baptist Center; interracial work; The Long Step; Mississippi Baptist Seminary, work with; National Council of Churches, relation to
discussed in: Ramsay, Claude - v. 215

*DEAL, Borden - Mississippi author - v. 193 (1978)
books made into movies; Civilian Conservation Corps; growing up in Union and Pontotoc Counties; hitchhiking and hobo years; military service; New Deal, communal farms, and sharecropping; the New South; perceptions of other Mississippi writers; Kimbrough, Ed; Strode, Hudson; publishers; World War II service; writing career; writings

*DEAN, Dizzy
discussed in: Dukes, Tommie - v. 488; Turner, Thomas - v. 28

*DEAN, Kenneth - civil rights activist - v. 691 (1997)
race relations; school desegregation; black leadership; Mississippi political leaders; Senators Stennis and Eastland; suit with FCC against WLBT

*DEARMAN LUMBER Company
Hughes, Jessie - v. 237

*De La Beckwith, Byron
see: Beckwith, Byron De La

*DeCELL, Herman B. - Mississippi state senator, 1960-80 - v. 207 (1977)
alcoholic beverages, legalization of; Alexander, W.D.; Barnett, Ross; Bodron, Ellis; Burgin, Bill; Cassibry, Napoleon; Coleman, J.P.; economic development; Finch, Cliff; Gandy, Evelyn; Great Depression; Harvard Law School; Ingram, Carroll; Johnson, Paul B.; the 1927 flood; no fault insurance issue; Parchman Prison issue; Pickering, Charles; racial situation, changing; savings and loan crisis; the "sunset" bill; Smith, Theodore; views on the governor's office; Waller, William; Williams, John Bell; Winter, William; World War II service

*DeLOACH, Deke
mentioned in: Clegg, Hugh - v. 99

*DELTA, Mississippi
Bishop, F.W. - v. 431
Blackwell, Unita - v. 334
Brown, Robert - v. 60
Caldwell, Erskine - v. 13
Carter, Henrine - v. 244
Carter, Sarah - v. 423
Cavett, Anne - v. 513
Clark, Andrew - v. 407
Dakin, John - v. 302
Edwards, Macon - v. 140
Foote, Shelby - v. 79
Hamer, Fannie Lou - v. 31
House, Mary Sheldon - v. 267
Johnson, Mary - v. 533
Johnson, Seymour - v. 202
Miller, Jessye Leflore - v. 544
Sheldon, Anson - v. 565
Simmons, Mattie Lou - v. 566
Stanley, Dan - v. 304-08
Virden, Frank - v. 621
Wing, John - v. 347
Wing, Luck - v. 348

*DELTA BLUES MUSEUM
Graves, Sid Jr. - v. 695, Part I

*DELTA COUNCIL
Blade, William - v. 138
Dunn, Read Jr. - v. 139
Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144
Russell, Albert - v. 147
Sayre, Charles - v. 135
Todd, H.P. - v. 70

*DELTA-DEMOCRAT TIMES, Greenville, Mississippi
Carter, Betty - v. 150
Crump, Brodie - v. 53
Dunn, Read - v. 139
see also: Carter, Hodding Jr.

*DELTA PINE and LAND Company
Sayre, Charles - v. 135
see also: timber, logging, and lumber industry

*DELTA-STAR, Greenville, Mississippi
Brown, Robert - v. 60
Carter, Betty v. 150

*DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY
Butts, William - v. 403
Chadwick, Eugene B. - v. 514 (sports)
Wyatt, Kent - v. 695, Part II

*DeMETZ, Fred and Dorothy - Hurricane Camille survivors - v. 226 (1979)
carpentry trade; Great Depression; Gulf Coast canning industry; Gulf Coast, prizefighting on; Gulf Coast schooners; Pass Christian, first automobile in; Hurricane Camille; Richelieu apartments; Small Business Administration; written account of the storm

*DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, Mississippi
Adam, Bidwell - v. 34
Brady, Thomas - v. 2
Lewis, Nathaniel - v. 182
Walker, E.M. - v. 92

*DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTIONS
1912: Allen, George - v. 21
1924: Hamilton, Charles - v. 252
1932: Rodgers, Henry - v. 32
1940: Hamilton, Charles - v. 252
1948: Emmerich, John Oliver - v. 16; Hamilton, Charles - v. 252; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10
1960: Milner, William - v. 27; Williams, Kenneth - v. 470
1964: Brady, Thomas - v. 2; Chain, Bobby - v. 51; Dye, Brad - v. 467; Hamer, Fannie Lou - v. 31; Henry, Aaron - v. 33; Holt, Charles - v. 104; Williams, Kenneth - v. 470
1968: Dye, Brad - v. 467; Muirhead, Jean - v. 309; Williams, Kenneth - v. 470
1972: Brady, Thomas - v. 2; Evers, Charles - v. 7

*DEMOCRATIC PARTY in Mississippi
Adam, Bidwell - v. 34
Brady, Thomas - v. 2
Bramlett, Leon - v. 205
Hamilton, Charles - v. 252
Henry, Aaron - v. 33
Ladner, Heber - v. 30
Lewis, Nathaniel - v. 182
McKellar, Charles - v. 93
Moore, Amzie - v. 184
Ramsay, Claude - v. 215
Shelton, Cecil - v. 213
Tubb, Thomas Jefferson - v. 490
see also: Democratic Executive Committee; Dixiecrat revolt of 1948; Regular Democrats

*DENHAM, George B. - Hattiesburg native - v. 525 (1982)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) Civil War stories; Faulkner Concrete; Gypsy Smith; life history of Hattiesburg at the turn of the century; prominent Hattiesburg families; state highway department

*DENNIS, David
mentioned in: Hamer, Fannie Lou - v. 31

*DENTON, Chauncey L. Jr. - National Cotton Council of America - v. 123 (1977)
Denwood Plantation, Arkansas; the NCC; serving as NCC President; sharecrop system

*DEPRESSIONS, economic
Adler, David - v. 282
Carmichael, Gil - v. 176
Colmer, William - v. 43
Seal, L.E. - v. 288
Stevens, Boswell - v. 9 (1922)
Thigpen, S.G. - v. 74
see also: Great Depression

*De VRIES, Edith Byrd - Hurricane Camille survivor - v. 223 (1979)
Dempsey Tunney boxing match; Hurricane Camille, aftermath of; Hurricane Camille, written account of; New York City during the '20s and '30s; Pass Christian, moving to in 1955

*DEWEESE, Glen
mentioned in: Griffin, Charles v. 191

*DEWEY, Thomas E.
reminiscences about: Baker, Harry - v. 115; Catledge, Turner - v. 1

*DILLARD, W. O.
mentioned in: Marx, Charles - v. 185

*DILLINGER, John
Clegg, Hugh - v. 99

*DIRKSEN, Everett
discussed in: Clegg, Hugh - v. 99; Giffen, Russell - v. 124; Walker, Prentiss - v. 208

*DISEASES and EPIDEMICS in Mississippi
Capers, Legrand - v. 153
Clark, Andrew - v. 407 (yellow fever)
Harkins, Elizabeth - v. 175 (polio)
Milner, J.K. - v. 159 (yellow fever)
O'Ferral, C.A. - v. 96 (malaria)
Reece, Edith - v. 75
Ward, James - v. 172
see also: Influenza epidemic of 1918; medicine

*DISNEY, Walt
mentioned in: Kirkland, J.B. - v. 41

*DIXIECRAT revolt of 1948
Barnett, Ross - v. 26
Black, Maurice - v. 379
Brady, Thomas - v. 2
Emmerich, John Oliver - v. 16
Griffin, Charles - v. 191
Hamilton, George - v. 252
Hewitt, Purser - v. 10
Luckett, Semmes - v. 370
Milner, William - v. 27
Tubb, Thomas Jefferson - v. 490

*DIXIE DARLINGS
see: University of Southern Mississippi

*DIXIE Division
Crump, Brodie v. 53

*DOAR, John
discussed in: Magee, Ruby - v. 17; Moore, Amzie - v. 184

*DODGE, William de Leftwich
Kimbrough, Sara - v. 333

*DODGEN, Charles L. - Mississippi Academy of Science - v. 162 (1979)
Mississippi Academy of Sciences; Mississippi catfish industry; University of Mississippi School of Medicine

*DODSON, Marion - Gulf Coast physician - v. 413 (1980)
hospital costs, increasing; medicine; Hurricane Camille; medicine, changes in; socialized medicine, thoughts on

*DOE, John - Hatiesburg gay life - v. 450 (1993)

*DONALD, Marie - Quitman resident - v. 271-8 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) lifestyle, work, and attitudes in early-twentieth-century Clarke County

*DOOLITTLE, Jimmy
discussed in: Maples, Clem v. 94

*DOXEY, Wall
Simmons, Hansford v. 77

*DRIEGERT, Mrs. Aino H. - Mississippi Gulf Coast Finnish community - v. 47 (1973)
Finnish boats on the Dog River; Finnish religions and customs (Also on deposit are twelve Finnish newspapers and five Finnish newspaper articles.)

*DUCKWORTH, C. J. - educator, Mississippi Teachers Association - v. 352 (1975)
black public schools; black teachers, discrimination against; growing up in Smith County; Mississippi Education Association; Mississippi Teachers Association; Piney Woods School; Rosenwall schools; school desegregation

*DUKE, Rodney - minister and Korean POW - v. 171 (1975)
Bucher, Capt. Lloyd; capture by the North Koreans; as a Korean captive; the USS Pueblo; return to civilian life

*DUKES, Tommie - baseball player in the Negro leagues - v. 488 (1980)
baseball career; Dizzy Dean, recollections of; injuries; Latin American teams; lumber industry, work in; Negro leagues, recruitment into during the Depression; race relations, memories of; south Mississippi, growing up in; World War II service

*DUKES, William - attorney and FBI agent - v. 40 (1973)
civil rights murders; Dahmer murder; FBI career; Hattiesburg, growing up and schooling; Ku Klux Klan; law practice; McComb bombings; perceptions on law enforcement; Smith County farming

*DULANEY affair
Adam, Bidwell - v. 34
Simmons, Hansford - v. 77
Walker, E.M. - v. 92

*DUNAWAY, David L. - educator - v. 411 (1981)
busing; desegregation, legacy of; drug and alcohol education in schools; Greenville Public Schools, desegregation of; junior high sports, coaching; military service, 1945 1947; Mississippi Alcohol Safety Education Program; Mississippi State University, study at; Nuremberg Trials, duty at; private schools, growth of; sex education; Speer, Albert, friendship with; Tylertown, growing up (Also on deposit with the interview are a copy of a letter written by Mr. Dunaway to Hodding Carter III, editor of the Delta Democrat Times and a copy of Mr. Carter's editorial response.)

*DUNBAR, David C. - attorney, Jackson, Miss. - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*DUNN, Burris Leon - Mississippi newspaperman - v. 331 (1978)
background information; Bilbo, Theodore; Dunn Printing Co.; Jackson Daily News; Mississippi Free Lance; Senate race of 1928; State Times; Tucker Printing Co.

*DUNN, Read P. Jr. - Commodity Futures Trading Commission - v. 139 (1978)
background; Commodity Credit Corporation; the Delta Council; director, International Institute for Cotton; International Institute for cotton: creation, goals, research, Uganda's participation; the NCC; National Defense Advisory Commission; World War II service

*DURANT, Will
mentioned in: Mellen, Grenville - v. 160

*DURKEE, Dr. Peter E. - dean of student services, USM - v. 608 (1995)
University of Southern Mississippi; Hurricane Camille; McCain, William D.; Lucas, Aubrey K.

*DYE, Brad - state legislator, treasurer, lieutenant governor - v. 467 (1993)
Democratic National Conventions of 1964 and 1968; gubernatorial elections of 1959 and 1963; Johnson, Paul B. Jr.: recollections of, legislation during administration of, political philosophy of, segregation views
discussed in: Carmichael, Gil - v. 176; Cochran, Thad - v. 220; Griffin, Charles - v. 191

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*EARLES, Ben - Hattiesburg resident - v. 190 (1979)
bootlegging; Bureau of Vital Statistics; Camp Van Dorn; forest management and national parks; growing up in the lumber industry; Hattiesburg in the 1920s; manufacturing ladders; medical treatment in lumber towns; race relations; working for the Army, Navy, and Air Force; World War II and Camp Shelby; WPA

*EARTH RESOURCES LABORATORY, Mississippi Test Facility
Cashion, Ken - v. 466

*EASON, Henry - State Income Tax Division - v. 45 (1972)
as chief of the Income Tax Division; Jackson mayors Scott, Speed, Davis, and Thompson; Mississippi governors, 1916 46, 1952 76; postwar work; Senators Eastland and Stennis; World War I sentiment and service; World War II service

*EASTERLING, Albert Edison - Hurricane Camille survivor, lawyer - v. 234 (1979)
Great Depression; Hurricane Camille: preparation, the actual storm, looting, U.S. Army Corp of Engineers; legal career; outstanding court cases; World War II antisubmarine warfare; World War II service in the ETO; World War II flying experiences

*EASTERLING, Lucille - Moselle resident - v. 526 (1976)
(No bound volume; tape available.) field work; life history of growing up in Moselle during the turn of the century; working in people's homes

*EASTERN STAR
Haas, Irene - v. 272

*EASTLAND, James O.
discussed in: Adam, Bidwell - v. 34; Barber, Frank - v. 667; Barringer, Lewis - v. 116; Brady, Thomas - v. 2; Carmichael, Gil - v. 176; Cochran, Thad - v. 220; Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Cortright, George - v. 122; Crosby, L.O. - v. 155; Eason, Henry - v. 45; Gillespie, Robert - v. 46; Gorton, Jennie - v. 195; Greene, Percy - v. 286; Haas, Irene - v. 272; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10; Holleman, Boyce - v. 484; Jackson, Robert - v. 143; Key, Al - v. 83; Lewis, Arthur - v. 165; Luckett, Semmes - v. 370; McCabe, Gordon - v. 132; McMullan, Paul - v. 113; Mellen, Grenville - v. 160; Milner, J.K. - v. 159; Pierce, Clarence - v. 336; Russell, Albert - v. 147; Sturdivant, Mike - v. 109; Tatum, Joe - v. 457; Todd, G.P. - 70; Triggs, Gene - v. 385; Walker, Prentiss - v. 208; Warrington, James - v. 283; Wilson, L.A. - v. 66; Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67; Yerger, Wirt - v. 204

*EATON, Cyrus
Allen, George - v. 21

*EATON, Maj. Gen. Robert E. Lee - career officer and World War II veteran- v. 601 (1975)
years at West Point; Army Air Corps; service as a weather officer; Ploesti; World War II bombing operationa; unification of the armed forces; service as a NATO commander in Turkey; Tenth Air Force; service as national head of the American Legion

*ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT in Mississippi
Applewhite, Fred - v. 87
Bishop, F.W. - v. 431
Carmichael, Gil - v. 176
Glazier, Herman - v. 485
McLean, George - v. 39
Miller, William - v. 27

*EDUCATION in Mississippi
education, administrators, and teachers (primary and secondary)
Amacker, A.O. - v. 78
Ballard, Emma - v. 501
Bates, Gladys Noel - v. 689
Beard, Trugen - v. 503
Borganelli, Imogene - v. 695, Part I
Burger, N.R. - v. 356
Burney, Lillie - v. 292
Butler, Alberta - v. 392-3
Butts, William - v. 403
Carter, Henrine - v. 244
Clark, Obie - v. 699
Corban, Emma - v. 357
Cox, Robert - v. 643
Cruthirds, Elsie - v. 521
Dahmer, Ellie - v. 281
Darby, Cooper - v. 158
Duckworth, C.J. - v. 352
Dunaway, Dave - v. 411
Ellzey, Lee - v. 527
Farese, Orene - v. 700
Finlayson, J.S. - v. 528
Frost, Mary - v. 664
Grant, Charles - v. 298
Griffin, Wilbur S. - v. 414
Holland, Barbara - v. 695, Part I
Ivy, H.M. - v. 279
Johnson, Charles - v. 344
Kay, Linda - v. 695, Part I
Kelly, Harold - v. 359
King, Willis Mae - v. 664
Layton, Reber - v. 538
Magee, Clarence - v. 714
McDaniel, Anise - v. 664
McDermott, John - v. 368
Napier, Irene - v. 259
Owens, George - v. 332
Pittman, Eva Combs - v. 552
Polk, Ida Lee - v. 554
Porter, Carrie Louise - v. 366
Spinks, Sam - v. 693
Talbert, Ernestine Denham - v. 702
Weathersby, Zella - v. 710
African-American schools/experiences
Austin, Gladys - v. 719
Baker, Clarence - v. 658
Barnes, Ariel - v. 718
Burger, N.R. - v. 356
Burney, Lillie - v. 292
Carter, Henrine - v. 244
Chase, Veola - v. 733-1
Dahmer, Ellie - v. 281
Duckworth, C.J. - v. 352
Grant, Charles - v. 298
Hardy, Mattie Lou - v. 733-2
Ivy, H.M. - v. 279
Jones, Lillie - v. 181
Kent, Marie Washington - v. 733-3
Magee, Clarence - v. 714
Martin, Jobie L. - v. 733-4
Ruffin, Sarah Harris - v. 733-5
Thomas, Isaac - v. 733-6
Woullard, R.W. Jr. - v. 733-7
school segregation/desegregation
Anderson, Reuben V. - v. 320, part II
Banks, Fred L. Jr. - v. 706
Barber, Rims - v. 690
Bates, Gladys Noel - v. 689
Bell, Josephine - v. 675
Clark, Obie - v. 699
Clower, Jerry - v. 38
Corban, Emma - v. 357
Dahmer, Ellie - v. 281
Dean, Kenneth - v. 691
Duckworth, C.J. - v. 352
Dunaway, Dave - v. 411
Farese, Orene - v. 700
Green, Winifred - v. 704
Griffin, Wilbur - v. 414
Hughes, Billie - v. 451
Johnson, Charles - v. 344
Lane, Dewey - v. 338
Layton, Reber - v. 538
Magee, Clarence - v. 714
Monroe, Otho Austin - v. 545
Napier, Irene - v. 259
Spinks, Sam - v. 693
Stewart, Peter - v. 712
Talbert, Ernestine Denham - v. 702
Thompson, Bennie - v. 339
Thompson, W.B. - v. 270
Weathersby, Zella - v. 710
see also: Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning; Eureka High School; Mississippi Academy of Sciences; Mississippi Education Association; and universities and colleges by names

*EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION in Mississippi
Luckett, Jeanne - v. 695, Part I
Simmons, Miriam - v. 695, Part II

*EDWARDS, Macon - National Cotton Council of America - v. 140 (1978)
Cotton Council International; government regulation and its impact; growing up in the Delta (Coahoma County); lobbying for cotton; NCC work; Producers Steering Committee

*EDWARDS, Wayne - press secretary to Gov. William Waller - v. 91 (1976)
Governor Waller; work in the governor's office

*EISENHOWER, Dwight David
Allen, George - v. 21
discussed in: Colmer, William - v. 43; Key, Al - v. 83; Middleton, Troy - v. 59; Moye, James - v. 216; Smith, Frank - v. 154; Sullivan, G.R. - v. 167

*EISENHOWER, Mamie
Haas, Irene - v. 272

*ELECTIONS
local and municipal offices: Bishop, E.S. - v. 358 (Corinth)
state offices
gubernatorial election of 1935: Kenna, Edgar - v. 246
gubernatorial election of 1939: Kenna, Edgar - v. 246
gubernatorial election of 1951, '55, and '59: Barnett, Ross - v. 26
gubernatorial election of 1963: Godwin, George - v. 463
gubernatorial election of 1967: Godwin, George - v. 463; McKellar, Charles - v. 93; Swan, Jimmy - v. 187; Williams, J.B. - v. 106; Winter, William - v. 417
gubernatorial election of 1971: Evers, Charles - v. 7; McKellar, Charles - v. 93; Swan, Jimmy - v. 187
gubernatorial election of 1975: Carmichael, Gil v. 176; Griffin, Charles - v. 191; Lewis, Nathaniel - v. 182; Winter, William - v. 417
gubernatorial election of 1979: Carmichael, Gil - v. 176 Lieutenant Governor's race of 1964, '76: Holt, Charles v. 104
national offices
1932 Congressional race: Colmer, William - v. 43
1934 Senate race: Pyles, Dixon - v. 394 (Bilbo)
1944 presidential race: Allen, George - v. 21
1946 Senate race: Williams, J.B. - v. 106 (Bilbo)
1948 Presidential race: Emmerich, John Oliver - v. 16; Holleman, Boyce - v. 484
Senate race: Smith, Frank - v. 154 (Stennis)
1952 Congressional race: Abernethy, Thomas - v. 23 1972
Senate race: Carmichael, Gil v. 176 1976
presidential race: Dewey, Lane - v. 338; Yerger, W. Swan - v. 265
see also: Democratic National Conventions; Republican National Conventions; Dixiecrats

*ELLINGTON, James Robert - National Guard, Pearl River flood - v. 295-16 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) National Guard preparations for the flood; flood experiences; sandbagging; water treatment; aftermath of the flood

*ELLISVILLE, Mississippi
McDevitt, Mrs. J.A. - v. 540
see also: Jones County

*ELLZEY, Lee - Jones County resident - v. 527 (1973)
(No bound volume; tape available.) life history of growing up in Jones County at the turn of the century; growing peanuts and cotton; log cabin schools; entertainment; raising sheep

*Emergency Relief Administration
see:New Deal

*EMMERICH, Oliver - McComb Enterprise Journal - v. 16
appointment to the Board of Trustees, State Institutions of Higher Learning; editorial philosophy; journalistic career; local politicians; lynchings; Mississippi journalists and racial
prejudice; 16 point farm program; perception of state politicians; personal political involvement; States' Rights; 1948 Presidential election
discussed in: Bradley, Norman - v. 194

*ENGLISH, William - Hattiesburg, flood of '74 - v. 285-1 (1974)
(No bound volume; tape available.)1919 flood; 1961 flood; description of the flood; work for the Mississippi Central Railroad

*ENGLISH LOOKOUT, Mississippi
Kelly, Jim - v. 169

*ENTERPRISE JOURNAL, McComb, Mississippi
Case, Carroll - v. 672
Emmerich, Oliver - v. 166

*ENTERTAINMENT and ENTERTAINERS
Caire, Ronnie - v. 314
Clower, Jerry - v. 38
Swan, Jimmy v. 187
Striegler, Kathleen - v. 12
also see: amusements; music

*ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Wilson, Clyde - v. 136
also see: cotton; OSHA

*Epidemics
see: diseases and epidemics

*Equal Rights Amendment
see: Women's rights movement

*ESTES, Mrs. W. E. - Hattiesburg resident - v. 54 (1973)
Hattiesburg before WWI; Hattiesburg during WWI; Hattiesburg in the Depression; the KKK; lynchings in Hattiesburg; prominent Hattiesburg families

*ESTESS, Roy S. - director of Stennis Space Center - v. 444 (1991)
Balch, Jack; Hlass, Jerry; Mississippi Test Facility; Stennis Space Center; testing space shuttle engines; United States Air Force, early career in
discussed in: Smith, Gerald - v. 684

*ETHNIC GROUPS in Mississippi
Chinese
Wing, John - v. 348
Wing, Luck - v. 347
French
Fountain, Mr. & Mrs. Armand - v. 63
Hubbell, William - v. 64
Ryan, Matthew - v. 63
Seymour, Adolph - v. 63
Seymour, Edward - v. 63
Greek
Georgian, Angela - v. 703
Sigalas, E.P. - v. 392-19
Vasselus, Paul - v. 152
Italian
Alfonso, Aursio - v. 296
Alfonso, Ignatius - v. 296
Alfonso, Josephine - v. 296
Alfonso, Vincenzo - v. 296
Carnovale, Leborah - v. 296
Slavic
Baricev, Joseph - v. 284
Mihojevich, Tony - v. 392-14
Swedish
Anderson, Ivan - 392-1
Vietnamese
Beale, Mrs. Lien Thi - v. 674
in Vicksburg
Capers, Legrand - v. 153
see also: Delta; Finnish community; Gulf Coast; immigrants to Mississippi

*EUPORA (Webster County), Mississippi
Abernethy, Thomas G. - v. 23

*EUREKA HIGH SCHOOL, Hattiesburg, Mississippi
Baker, Constance - v. 658
Barnes, Ariel - v. 718
Chase, Veola - v. 733-1
Hardy, Mattie Lou - v. 733-2
Kent, Marie Washington - v. 733-3
Martin, Jobie L. - v. 733-4
Ruffin, Sarah Harris - v. 733-5
Thomas, Isaac - v. 733-6
Woullard, R.W. Jr. - v. 733-7

*EVANS, Wilson II - Gulf Coast labor leader - v. 638 (1981)
family background; race relations in Gulfport; service in World War II; civil rights movement in Gulfport; integrating the beaches; longshoreman's union; relationship with ALF-CIO and other unions; strikes; working conditions on the docks; Mississippi politicans; segregated unions

*EVERS, Charles - mayor of Fayette; civil rights activist - v. 7 (1971)
as a disc jockey in Philadelphia; bookmaking; campaign support committees; Democratic National Convention, 1972; Evers family; gubernatorial race of 1971; mayor of Fayette; "Movement Babies"; NAACP; Nixon, Richard; Swan, Jimmy (Also deposited with the interview is a copy of a speech Mr. Evers made in Tylertown.)
discussed in: Byrne, Tony - v. 420; Cochran, Thad - v. 220; Fairly, Ken - v. 455; Henry, Aaron - v. 33; Jones, Lillie - v. 181; Lewis, Nathaniel - v. 182; Marx, Charles - v. 185; McDaniel, Edward L. - v. 493; McKellar, Charles - v. 93; Mullen, Mrs. E.L. - v. 5; Ramsay, Claude - v. 215; Saxon, George - v. 449; Wilson, L.A. - v. 66

*EVERS, Medgar
Clark, Fred Sr. - v. 494
Evers, Charles - v. 7
Guyot, Lawrence - v. 673
Henry, Aaron - v. 33
Ramsay, Claude - v. 215
Rash, Rev. Sammie - v. 640

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*FAIRBANK, Robert E. - Mississippi farmer and accountant - v. 474 (1993)
accountant work at Hercules Inc.; early life and family; Great Depression; tenants, leases to; World War II, service in Pacific

*FAIRCHILD, Wiley - contractor and Covington County native - v. 212 (1981)
banking; Barnett, Ross R.; Bilbo, Theodore, and racial prejudice; business during World War II; Coleman, J.P.; construction industry; foreign investments; Great Depression; growing up on a farm in Covington County; oil and gas; Waller, William; William Carey College, working with; Winter, William

*FAIRLEY, Jimmy C. - Hattiesburg civil rights activist - v. 375 (1977) and v. 711 (1998)
civil rights work in the NAACP; community improvements in Hattiesburg; Dahmer, Vernon, recollections of his murder; integration in Hattiesburg; Ku Klux Klan; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; NAACP; New Deal and the Civilian Conservation Corps; police brutality; race relations in Forrest County; sharecropping; work with other civil rights organizations; World War II service; Freedom Summer; desegregation activities at USM; Hattiesburg business boycott; obstacles to voter registration; (Tapes and a portion of the interview restricted, v. 375.)

*FAIRLY, Ken - journalist and law enforcement officer - v. 455 (1993)
background and early law enforcement career; Barber, Frank; Cole, Gwin; Evers, Charles; Jackson State University, integration of; Johnson, Paul B. Jr.; Ku Klux Klan; Philadelphia murders; Snodgrass, Charlie; University of Mississippi, race riots at

*FANT, Joseph - retired general, Columbus, Miss. - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*FARESE, Orene - teacher and state legislator - v. 700 (1997)
growing up in Choctaw County during the Depression; Blue Mountain College; teaching in Ashland, Miss.; serving in the state house during the civil rights era; school desegregation in Benton County; Governors Coleman and Wright; industry and roads in Benton County; bill to tax churches; education issues

*FARM BUREAU
Blake, William - v. 138
also see: American Farm Bureau; Mississippi Farm Bureau

*FAULKNER, William
Caldwell, Erskine - v. 13
Daniels, Motee - v. 390
Deal, Borden - v. 193
Foote, Shelby - v. 79
Lipscomb, Edward - v. 145
Pierce, Clarence - v. 336
Wiley, Bell Irvin - v. 211

*FAYETTE, Mississippi
Corban, Emma - v. 357
Evers, Charles - v. 7

*FEDERAL BUREAU of INVESTIGATION
Clegg, Hugh - v. 357
Dukes, William - v. 40
Gillespie, Robert - v. 46
Lee, Clay - v. 186
Lopez, Julius - v. 149
Maples, Darwin - v. 174
Mars, Florence - v. 179
Saxon, George - v. 449
Simmons, William - v. 372
see also: crime and law enforcement

*FEDERAL EMERGENCY RELIEF ADMINISTRATION
Bratton, Willie Vance - v. 305

*FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION
Pyles, Dixon - 394

*FEIBELMAN, Julian Beck - Jackson native - v. 80 (1974)
growing up in Jackson; National Conference of Christians; Operation Understanding; professional study; the Rabbinate; Ralph Bunche; Temple Sinai in New Orleans; World War I service
discussed in: Clegg, Hugh - v. 99

*FELLS, Bert - Forrest-Stone Area Opportunity, Inc., executive director - v. 721 (1976)
educational history; family background; Air Force service in the Vietnam War; Head Start; community service; Office of Economic Opportunity; local and state government relationships; Forrest-Stone Area Opportunity, Inc.

*Feminism
see: Women's Rights Movement

*FERLISE, Pat - USM athlete - v. 679 (1995)
Mississippi Southern College; football

*FIELDER, Alvin Sr. - Meridian pharmacist - v. 709 (1998)
early life in Newton County; education; opening a drugstore in Meridian; impact of World War II in Meridian; African American physicians and pharmacists; race relations; desegregation and decline of African American businesses; Theodore Bilbo; George Wallace; family background

*FIELDER, Lennie - Hattiesburg flood - v. 285 (1974)
(No bound volume; tape available.) flood of Leaf River; relocating

*FINCH, Cliff
discussed in: Amacker, A.O. - v. 78; Bounds, Houston - v. 111; Carmichael, Gil - v. 176; Chain, Bobby - v. 51; Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; DeCell, Herman - v. 207; Edwards, Wayne - v. 91; Fairchild, Wiley - v. 212; Griffin, Charles - v. 191; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10; Lewis, Nathaniel - v. 182; Newman, C.B. - v. 447; Ramsay, Claude - v. 215; Turner, Thomas - v. 28

*FINLAYSON, J.S. - Hattiesburg resident - v. 528 (1973)
(No bound interview; tape and draft available.) Hattiesburg; sawmills and railroad industry; teaching in rural south Mississippi; USM as a student in the class of '23

*FINNISH community, Mississippi Gulf Coast
Bennett, Lillian - v. 392-13
Driegert, Mrs. Aino - v. 47
Haarala, Eino - 392-8
Howard, Lempi Laaks - v.392-10
Johnson, Nestor - v. 48
Laakso, Frank - v. 392-13
Saksa, Willie - v. 564

*FISHER, Larry - Jackson Police Department, 1979 Pearl River Flood -v. 295-17 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) development of the police academy; difficult police assignments; evacuating people for the flood; increases in crime; law enforcement in general; legalization of alcohol and gambling; personal background; watching the flood by helicopter

*FLAHERTY, Eloise B. - attendant at Mississippi State Hospital - v. 388 (1991)
diathermy machines, use of; electroshock therapy; hydrotherapy; insulin, use of; Metrazol, use of; organization of hospital

*FLETCHER, L.L. - Hancock County farmer - v. 445 (1993)
family background; rice farming in Mississippi; Stennis Space Center: consequences of forced relocation; land assessment, problems with

*FLOODS
Adler, David - v. 282
Byrne, Tony - v. 420
Mellen, Grenville - v. 160
Pikka, Mrs. Aino - v. 49
Porter, Carrie Louise - v. 366
Todd, H.P. - v. 70
see also: Mississippi River - flood of 1917; Hattiesburg - flood of 1974; Mississippi River - floods and flood control; natural disasters; Pearl River - flood of 1979

*FLOWOOD, Mississippi
Flynt, Chastaine - v. 295-18

*FLYNN, Tom - philosophy professor, University of Mississippi - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*FLYNT, Chastaine - Flowood mayor, 1979 Pearl River flood - v. 295-18 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) damaged businesses; Hinds-Rankin County Pearl River Flood and Drainage Control District; levee systems over the years; preparations for the flood; rebuilding the levee; street and sewer problems

*FOLKLORE
Bobb, Victor - v. 507
Holloway, Mariah - v. 392-10
Johnson, Mary - v. 533
Kitchens, O.W. - v. 537
Spruill, Charlcie - v. 572
Weathersby, Ned - v. 584

*FONDREN, David - Jackson police officer, 1979 Pearl River flood - v. 295-19 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) insurance coverage; patrolling by boat; personal preparations for the flood; Red Cross; salvaging home

*FOOTE, L. Y. Sr. - Hattiesburg banker and lawyer - v. 72 (1974)
banks during the Depression; black banks in Hattiesburg; the Foote family in Hattiesburg; Hattiesburg politics and higher education; law career; lumber industry; Mississippi political leaders

*FOOTE, Shelby - author and Civil War historian - v. 79 (1975)
the Civil War years; Greenville; Faulkner and Proust; memories of Faulkner; on reading and authors; original manuscript pages from The Civil War: A Narrative; a writer's life; writing Shiloh and The Civil War: A Narrative
discussed in: Deal, Borden - v. 193; Wiley, Bell Irvin - v. 211

*FORD, Aaron Lane
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203

*FORD, Gerald
Carmichael, Gil - v. 176
Cochran, Thad - v. 220
Shanks, Doug - v. 291
Walker, Prentiss - v. 208

*FORD, Hadley - cotton industry - v. 141 (1978)
agriculture; Booz, Allen and Hamilton; Booz Allen study of the NCC; Cotton Research and Promotion Act of 1966; evolution of Cotton Producers Institute into Cotton Incorporated; National Cotton Council

*FORD, Will - New Albany lawyer, federal prosecutor - v. 304-02 (1978)
(No bound volume; tapes and rough transcript available.) American Agricultural Movement; Parchman prison trial; Tennessee Tombigbee Waterway; Wounded Knee prosecutions

*FOREST, Mississippi
Johnston, Erle - v. 276

*FORESTRY SERVICE
Sullivan, G.R. - v. 167

*FORESTS in Mississippi
Applewhite, Fred - v. 87
Crosby, L.O. Sr. - v. 155
Estes, Mrs. W.E. - v. 54
Foote, L.Y. - v. 72
May, William - v. 642
Todd, H.P. - v. 70
see also: forestry service; timber, logging, and lumber industries

*FORREST COUNTY, Mississippi
Boston, Eulalia - v. 508
Peters, Pete - v. 550
Seal, Louis - v. 288
Sims, A.J. - v. 567
see also: Hattiesburg

*FORSYTH, Frank - WWII POW - v. 274 (1981)
biography; Marine Corps career; postwar career; prisoner-of war-experiences; World War II service

*FORTNER, Henry and Rita - Hurricane Camille survivors - v. 238 (1980)
Great Depression, growing up during; Gulf Coast, growing up on; hoboes; hurricane Betsy; hurricane Camille: insurance problems, looting, relief agencies; hurricane of 1947; Mississippi Club (Washington, D.C.); World War II, work during

*FORTUNE, Porter
discussed in: Bahr, Howard - v. 199; Cook, Robert - v. 4; Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144; Lewis, Arthur - v. 165; Stevens, Boswell - v. 9; Turner, Thomas - v. 28; Walker, J. Fred - v. 163; Wilber, Leon - v. 101

*FORTUNE, Capt. William C. - NASA employee - v. 649 (1993)
World War II; NASA; Mississippi Test Facility; Stennis Space Center

*FOSTER, Velvelyn - history professor, Jackson State University - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council, race relations

*FOUNTAIN, Mr. & Mrs. Armand - Biloxi Back Bay residents - v. 63 (1972)
(Bound volume contains interview abstract; tapes available.) entertainment and work; French residents; stealing brides; turn-of-the-century life in back bay area of Biloxi

*FRANKLIN CREEK, Mississippi
see: Research Guide to the Gulf Coast Collection - v. 392

*FREE STATE of JONES
Kirkland, J.B. v. 41
see also: Notes from Interviews Conducted by Victoria E. Bynum for Mississippi's Longest Civil War: Memory, Community, and the "Free State of Jones" - v. 698

*Freedom Democratic Party
see: Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party

*FREEDOM FARM
Hamer, Fannie Lou - v. 31

*FREEDOM RIDERS
Clark, Fred Sr. - v. 494

*FREEDOM SUMMER
Adickes, Sandra - v. 731
Barber, Rims - v. 690
Brown, R. Jess - v. 20
Cobb, Charles - v. 668
Dahmer, Ellie - v. 281
Davis, William Penn - v. 15
Guyot, Lawrence - v. 673
Hamer, Fannie Lou - v. 31
Henry, Aaron - v. 33
Magee, Clarence - v. 714
Magee, Ruby - v. 17
Mars, Florence - v. 179
Marx, Charles - v. 185
Michaels, Sheila Shiki y Kessler - v. 732
Miller, William - v. 27
Moore, Amzie - v. 184
Rubin, Larry - v. 624
Shaw, Terri - v. 724
Simmons, William - v. 372
Freedom Summer Interviews - v. 626 (Rims Barber, Roger Clemson Barnhill, Barry, Jan Handke, Winson Hudson, Peter Orris, Fred Winyard, Zoya Zeman)
see also: civil rights movement; integration, Philadelphia murders; racial violence

*FROHMAN, Patricia, Betty JONES and Mary SEATON - colleagues of Judge Burnita Matthews - v. 688 (1992)
career of Judge Burnita Matthews; being a woman law clerk; National Women's Party; women's movement

*FROST, Mary - teacher - v. 664 (1995)
life in 1880s; Eastman-Gardiner Lumber Company; literacy and reading; leisure time and entertainment; marriage and weddings; turpentine; prohibition; teaching; religion; Voting Rights act

*FROZEN FOOD industry in Mississippi
Longo, John - v. 269

*FRUTIGER, Donald - Hattiesburg resident - v. 460 (1993)
AIDS; gay community in Hattiesburg

*FRYANT, G.V. - Jackson native - v. 530 (1977)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) beginnings of employment with Coca-Cola; opening the first service station in Jackson; race relations; recollections of Bilbo and Vardaman; turn-of-the-century life in Jackson

*FURNITURE manufacturing
Adler, David - v. 282
Arnold, John - v. 114

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*GALLOWAY Memorial Methodist Church, Jackson
Cunningham, W.J. - v. 242
Lee, Clay - v. 186

*GAMING industry in Mississippi
York, Kenneth - v. 727-3

*GANDY, Evelyn
Holt, Charles - v. 104
discussed in: Bounds, Houston - v. 111; Corlew, John - v. 221; DeCell, Herman - v. 207; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10; McCoughey, Mrs. Ned - v. 95; Norris, Mildred - v. 69; Ramsay, Claude - v. 215; Sturdivant, Mike - v. 109; Tatum, Joe - v. 457; Todd, H.P. - v. 70

*GARNER, John Nance
mentioned in: Berryman, Joe - v. 50

*GARTIN, Carroll
discussed in: Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Hall, Stanton - v. 3; Moye, James - v. 216

*GAUDET, William George - journalist, CIA agent - v. 382 (1979)
Castro, Fidel; Central America; CIA activity in Latin America; communism and Latin America; Kennedy assassination, recollections of; Latin American Report; Long, Huey, recollections of; Rockefeller, Nelson, recollections of; World War II espionage

*GAUTIER, Hermes
Colmer, William - v. 43

*GAY and LESBIAN LIFE
Barlow, Gary - v. 458
Doe, John - v. 450
Frutiger, Donald - v. 460
Graham, Marvin - v. 460
Hollingshead, Bennie - v. 461
Lewis, Cathy - v. 462
Smith, Ms. - v. 459

*GEHRMANN, Chester - Biloxi native - v. 392-6 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) Great Depression; Keesler Air Force Base; life in Biloxi; oyster fishing; Pascagoula Shipyards; sailmaking; World War II

*GEORGE, J. Z.
mentioned in: Todd, H.P. v. 70

*GEORGE, Jennings Burton
Roberts, Anna - v. 6
Walker, J. Fred - v. 163
see also: University of Southern Mississippi

*GEORGE, Joe
mentioned in: Leech, Dewey - v. 86

*GEORGIAN, Angela - Hattiesburg restaurant owner, Greek immigrant - v. 703 (1996)
immigrating from Greece; working in a sewing factory in Minneapolis; opening Gus's Café #2 in Hattiesburg; changing times in Hattiesburg; the Great Depression; the Greek community; segregated restaurants

*GERLACH, Mary Ann - Hurricane Camille - v. 178 (1979)
a hurricane party; the night of Camille; rescue and hospitalization; rescue efforts; resulting trauma; Richelieu apartments
see also: hurricanes - Camille

*GERRARD, A. L. "Bud"
mentioned in: Norris, Mildred - v. 69

*GHANA
Davis, Ralph - v. 84
Davis, Mrs. Ralph - v. 85

*GIBSON, James - Hightower Community Organization, Pearl River Flood -v. 295-20 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) creation of Hightower Community Organization; discrimination against Hightower residents; federal agencies and other relief groups; preparations for the flood; renters versus homeowners; searching for higher ground

*GIFFEN, Russell - Cotton Producers Institute - v. 124 (1977)
cotton development in California; Cotton Incorporated president Dukes Wooters; industry problems; organizing CPI; the second CPI
mentioned in: Barringer, Lewis - v. 116; Kennedy, James - v. 125; Russell, Albert - v. 147

*GILBERT, Kathie - International Woman's Year, 1977 - v. 428 (1992)
anti feminist sentiment; conference expectations and outcomes; conservative coalition; national convention delegates

*GILLESPIE, Robert - Mississippi Supreme Court justice - v. 46 (1972)
FBI career; law career mentioned in: Clegg, Hugh - v. 99 Also see: Courts of Law and Rulings, and Mississippi Judiciary

*GIORDANO, Thomas - state Republican party - v. 129 (1980)
1976 national convention; Carmichael, Gil; Mounger, Billy; Reed, Clarke; Republican politics in Mississippi (Tapes and a portion of the interview restricted.)

*GLACZIER, W.C. - Gulfport resident - v. 392-7 (1973)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) changes along the Gulf Coast; memories of Woodrow Wilson and Theodore Roosevelt; military service in the Spanish-American War

*GLAZIER, Herman - administrative assistant, governor's office - v. 485 (1993)
Barnett, Ross; Citizens' Council; civil rights; economic development in Mississippi; Johnson, Paul B. Jr.; Sovereignty Commission; state legislature
discussed in: Ramsay, Claude - v. 215

*GLOSTER, Mississippi
McDavid, E.G. - v. 161
Hlass, Jerry - v. 437

*GODWIN, George Jr. - The Godwin Group - v. 463 (1993) and v. 695, Part I (1997)
Vol. 463: Johnson, Paul B. Jr.: 1963 campaign, 1967 campaign, administrative style, Litton Industries, perceptions of, Stanford report
Vol. 695: Mississippi Humanities Council

*GOLDWATER, Barry
discussed in: Moye, James - v. 155; Yerger, Wirt - v. 204

*GOLF
Bellande, M.J. - v. 505
Webb, Charles - v. 258

*GOODEN, Bennie - Head Start and community action councils - v. 599 (1994)
race relations in Clarksdale; Southern Education Recreation Association; Head Start; Coahoma Opportunities, Inc.; adult education; Seasonal Farm Workers Program; neighborhood centers

*GOODYEAR YELLOW PINE COMPANY, Picayune, Mississippi
Crosby, L.O. Jr. - v. 155

*GORDON, Sarah - Shubuta resident - v. 271-9 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) lifestyle, work, and attitudes in early-twentieth-century Clarke County

*GORTON, Jennie Lee - artist - v. 195 (1979)
artistic career; Bilbo, Theodore G.; Eastland, James O.; the Great Depression; Hodding Carter, Jr. family

*Governors of Mississippi
see: Mississippi - state and local officials
see also: names of individual governors and lieutenant governors

*GRADY, Paul E.
Foote, L.Y. Sr. - v. 72
McCaughey, Mrs. Ned - v. 95
Norris, Mildred - v. 69

*GRAHAM, Marvin - Hattiesburg resident - v. 460 (1993)
AIDS; gay community in Hattiesburg

*GRANT, Charles L. - Mississippi educator - v. 298 (1988)
Basin, Mississippi; George County; Haven Institute; Lawrence family tree; Meridian Academy; Methodists; Salem Camp meetings; slave stories; teaching in black public schools in '30s, '40s, and '50s

*GRANT, Helen - USM athlete - v. 650 (1995)
basketball; tennis; volleyball; softball; coaching; University of Southern Mississippi

*GRANT, Ulysses S.
Applewhite, Fred - v. 87
see also: Civil War

*GRAVES, Sid Jr. - librarian and former director, Delta Blues Museum - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Delta Blues Museum; Clarksdale, Miss.; Mississippi Humanities Council

*GRAY, Brenda - fiscal administrator, Miss. Humanities Council - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*GREAR, Gabe - Jackson resident, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-21 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) civil defense; financial damage; preparations for the flood; relief agencies; six feet of water in the house

*GREAT DEPRESSION
general
Aplin, Herbert - v. 384
Bounds, Houston - v. 111
Bradley, Norman - v. 194
Breath, Charles and Mary - v. 228
Carter, Hugh - v. 512
Chambliss, Julius - v. 197
Clark, Clifton - 517
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203
Cook, A.B. - v. 290
Cook, Clearse - v. 722
Cox, Robert - v. 643
Dakin, John - v. 302
Deal, Borden - v. 193
DeCell, Herman - v. 207
DeMetz, Fred and Dorothy - v. 226
Earles, Ben - v. 190
Easterling, Albert - v. 234
Estes, Mrs. W.E. - v. 54
Fairbank, Robert - v. 474
Fielder, Alvin Sr. - v. 709
Foote, L.Y. Sr. - v. 72
Fortner, Henry and Rita - v. 238
Gehrmann, Chester - v. 392-6
Gorton, Jennie - v. 195
Haas, Irene - v. 272
Hall, Pinkey - v. 676
Hall, Stanton - v. 3
Hamilton, M.W. - v. 464
Hines, Leon and Jacqueline - v. 230
Holleman, Boyce - v. 484
Jenevein, Jennie - v. 22
Kelly, Jim - v. 169
Ladner, Heber - v. 30
Maples, Clem - v. 94
McCarty, Oseola - v. 657
McLemore, Richard - v. 25
Napier, Irene - v. 259
Owen, George - v. 192
Peters, Pete - v. 550
Reyer, Joe - v. 90
Sheehan, Nora - v. 254
Smith, Irvin - v. 570
Sumrall, Richard - K4
Terry, Edward - v. 578
Todd, H.P. - v. 70
Tyre, S.H. - v. 582
Walters, Carl - v. 170
Webb, Charles - v. 258
Wells, Buck - v. 694
Weston, Silas - v. 586
Williams, Paul - v. 231
Willoughby, Rose - v. 247
Wilson, L.A. Jr. - v. 66
Winston, Monroe "Bill" - v. 654
Yelverton, P.A. - v. 365
Yerger, W. Swan - v. 265
relief work and social policies
Allen, George - v. 21
Bratton, Willie Vance - v. 305
Broyles, Lola - v. 701
farming
Ball, Mrs. R.E. - v. 389
Chambliss, Cecil - v. 197
Dakin, John - v. 302
Deal, Borden - v. 193
DeCell, Herman - v. 207
Driegert, Aino - v. 47
Fairbank, Robert - v. 474
Fairchild, Wiley - v. 212
Ladner, Heber - v. 30
McLean, George - v. 39
Reyer, Joe - v. 90
Todd, H.P. - v. 70
The Great Depression in the Pine Hills - v. 635 (1995): (Clara Bryant, Sadie Loftin, F. L. Mills, Annie Mae Preston, Clifton Preston, Mary Roberts, Turner Roberts, Mary Lou Spates) see also: Civilian Conservation Corps; Hattiesburg; hoboes; New Deal; Works Progress Administration

*GREAT MIGRATION
Brady, Thomas - v. 2
Todd, H.P. - v. 70

*GREEN, A. Wigfall
mentioned in: Smith, Patrick v. 196

*GREEN, Bernard Reed - USM athletic director - v. 655 (1977 & 1994)
Mississippi Normal College; coaching; Naval Service; McCain, William D.; Lucas, Aubrey K.; athletic director Mississippi Southern and University of Southern Mississippi
mentioned in: Walters, Carl - v. 170

*GREEN, Winifred - desegregation activist - v. 704 (1997)
growing in segregated Jackson; the Brown decision; Ole Miss standoff; school desegregation; Curry, Constance; freedom of choice schools; abolishing the dual school system

*GREENE COUNTY, Mississippi
Talbert, Ernestine Denham - v. 702
Turner, Maurice - v. 687

*GREENE, Percy - Jackson Advocate - v. 286 (1972)
Church, Bob; civil rights movement; communist influences on civil rights movement; early life; Eastland, Jim; Jackson Advocate; Johnson, Lyndon; Johnson, Paul B. Sr.; Mississippi Negro Democrats Association; National Association of Negro War Veterans; political involvement; Truman, Harry

*GREENVILLE, Mississippi
Blocker, Jacob - 97
Brown, Robert - v. 60
Carter, Betty - v. 150
Carter, Sarah - v. 423
Craig, LoRaine - v. 363
Crump, Brodie - v. 53
Dunaway, Dave - v. 411
Johnson, Sarah - v. 243
Foote, Shelby - v. 79
Thomas, Harry - v. 580
Thompson, W.B. - v. 270
Wroten, Joseph - v. 476
see also: Carter, Hodding, Jr.; Delta; Delta-Democrat Times; Mississippi River, flood of 1927

*GREENWOOD, Mississippi
Broyles, Lola - v. 701

*GRENADA, Mississippi
Arnold, John - v. 433
Hughes, Billie - v. 451
Marx, Charles - v. 185
Shelton, Cecil - v. 213

*GRESHAM, "Buddy"
mentioned in: Corlew, John - v. 221

*GRIFFIN, Carrie - Quitman resident - v. 271-10 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) lifestyle, work, and attitudes in early-twentieth-century Clarke County

*GRIFFIN, Charles - U.S. representative from Mississippi - v. 191 (1980)
Alexander, William; Bodron, Ellis; business life; Congressional career; early political life; Gandy, Evelyn; growing up in Utica and rural Hinds County; Mississippi politics; Montgomery, Sonny; Smith, Theodore; state senate secretary; working as a congressional staff person; WWII service

*GRIFFIN, Wilbur S. - asst. state superintendent of education - v. 414 (1978)
Barnett, Ross; Civilian Conservation Corps; growing up in rural Webster County; funds in education, budgeting and allocating; Johnson, Paul B. Jr.; legislature, working with on education; public school lunch program; schools, desegregation of; schools, progress and change in; Weber, Jasper; Wood Junior College, study at; World War II veterans, vocational counseling

*GUICE, John - history professor, USM - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council; educational reforms of Gov. William Winter

*GUICE, Wade - Harrison County civil defense director - v. 183 (1980)
as a civil defense consultant at home and abroad; hurricanes Camille and Betsy compared; civil defense in America; creation of hurricane conferences; evacuation measures; evolution of Harrison County civil defense; Hurricane Camille; long-term impact; looting (Also on deposit is a videotape of "A Lady Called Camille" and "Camille: Ten Years Later.")

*GUIN, J.H. - aerospace engineer - v. 430 (1992)
aerospace industry, private contractors in; Mississippi Test Facility: construction, labor strikes and testing at; Stennis, John; Stennis Space Center, impact on Mississippi; von Braun, Werner

*GULF COAST, Mississippi
general
Alfonso Family - v. 296
Baricev, Joseph - v. 284
Baxter, Roy - v. 422
Beale, Mrs. Lien Thi - v. 674
Bellande, M.J. - v. 505
Bertuccini, Mr. and Mrs. Deo F. - v. 686
Boggs, Mary E. - v. 392-2
Breath, Charles and Mary - v. 228
Butler, Alberta - v. 392-3
Caire, Ronnie - v. 314
Capdepon, Henry - v. 392-4
Carnovale, Leborah - v. 296
Colson, Joe - v. 273
Conner, D.L. - 392-5
Darby, Cooper - v. 158
DeMetz, Fred and Dorothy - v. 226
DeVries, Edith - v. 223
Driegert, Mrs. Aino - v. 47
Dukes, William - v. 40
Evans, Wilson II - v. 638
Fortner, Henry and Rita - v. 238
Glaczier, W.C. - v. 392-7
Haarala, Eino - v. 392-8
Hickson, Charles - v. 108
Hines, Jacqueline and Leon - v. 230
Hubbell, William - v. 64
Hull, Edgar - v. 439
James, Mrs. Lyle - v. 678
Laakso, Frank - v. 392-13
Longo, John - v. 269
Merritt, Richard - v. 262
Mihojerich, Tony - v. 392-14
Milner, J.K. - v. 159
Pikka, Mrs. Aino - v. 49
Rogers, Lida - v. 560
Quave, Russell - v. 189
Sheehan, Nora - v. 254
Stanton, Esther - v. 574
Stevens, James - v. 180
Stewart, Ariel - v. 576
Stewart, Marjorie - v. 576
Swetman, Glenn - v. 391
Switzer, John - v. 227
Williams, Richard - v. 100
Wilson, Evans II - v. 638
politicians and officials
Adam, Bidwell - v. 34
Darby, Cooper - v. 158
Watts, L.A. - v. 392
see also: Biloxi; ethnic groups in Mississippi; Finnish community; Great Depression; Gulf and Ship Island Railroad; Gulfport; hurricanes; Italian community on the Gulf Coast; Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College; Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Laboratory; Pascagoula; Research Guide to the Gulf Coast Collection; seafood industry; Stennis Space Center - history project

*GULF & SHIP ISLAND RAILROAD
Darby, Cooper - v. 158
Langley, Fred - v. 52
McDavid, E.G. - v. 160
see also: Jones, Joseph T.

*GULF STATES MARINE FISHERIES
Colson, Joe - v. 273

*GULFPORT, Mississippi
Evans, Wilson II - v. 638
Hewes, Gaston - v. 392-9
Hubbell, William - v. 64
McDevitt, Mrs. J.A. - v. 450
Mellen, Grenville - v. 160
Milner, J.K, - v. 159
Oberlies, Adolf - v. 392-16
Stevens, James - v. 180
Taylor, Robert - v. 275
political leaders and problems v. 180
see also: Gulf Coast, Mississippi, Research Guide to the Gulf Coast Collection

*GULFPORT COTTON COMPRESS Company
Mellen, Grenville - v. 160
see also: cotton industry; Gulfport, Mississippi

*GURNEY, Edward J.
discussed in: Jordan, Eleanor - v. 340

*GUYOT, Lawrence - civil rights activist - v. 673 (1996)
Catholics; Ingall's Shipyard; International Longshormen's Association; SNCC; Greenwood, MS; voter registration; Parchman; Hattiesburg; Mississippi Freedom Deomcratic Party; Democratic National Convention 1964, delegate; Freedom Summer; Tougaloo; race relations; COFO; Cobb, Charlie; Sovereignty Commission; Evers, Medgar; Hamer, Fannie Lou; adult education

*GUYSINGER, O. H. - hospital attendant - v. 371 (1991)
hydrotherapy treatment; Mississippi State Hospital, work at; organization of hospital (Also on deposit with the interview are five photographs showing treatment facilities at the Mississippi State Hospital, circa 1935.)

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*HAARALA, Eino - Gulf Coast resident - v. 392-8 (1974)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) change along the Gulf Coast; civil engineering career; hurricanes; political aspects of public service; working for Moss Point

*HAAS, Irene - actress and correspondent for the Hattiesburg American - v. 272 (1972)
acting experience; Bass family; Bilbo, Theodore; Colmer, William; Colonial Dames of the Seventeenth Century, foundation of; Daughters of the American Revolution; Eastern Star; Eastland, James; Eisenhower, Mamie; Great Depression; Hattiesburg, growth and politics; impressions of famous actors; journalism experience, Hattiesburg American; McKinley, William; Stennis, John

*HAIRSTON, Jack - Mississippi newspaperman - v. 335 (1977)
being a sports editor; college football; Greenwood Morning Star; journalism; Mississippi journalists; race relations; reflections on Mississippi

*HALE, Edwin "Goat" - athlete and coach - v. 68 (1972)
coaching career; high school and college athletic career; Green, Reed; National Football Hall of Fame and other awards; Pearl River Junior College; perceptions of sports figures; race relations; Underwood, P.W.; Vann, "Pie"; World War I
mentioned in: Walters, Carl - v. 170
see also: athletes and coaches

*HALL, George R. - Vietnam POW - v. 35 (1973)
POW experience; Ramsay Clark in Hanoi; repatriation; Vietnam combat
see also: Vietnam War and Vietnam POWs

*HALL, Paul E. - FDAA Center manager,'79 Pearl River flood - v. 295-22 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) Federal Disaster Assistance Administration; factors leading up to the flood; preparations made for the flood; problems of flood victims; recovery

*HALL, Pinkey - civil rights activist- v. 676 (1995)
Great Depression; World War II; Great Migration; discrimination; registering to vote

*HALL, Stanton A. - Mississippi circuit court judge - v. 3 (1972)
as a state legislator; capital punishment cases; cases with the KKK; family political background; jurisprudence; law practice; legalization of marijuana; the 1972 state Democratic Party split; prison reform and rehabilitation; ten commandments for a circuit judge; U. S. Senate
see also: courts of law and rulings; Hall family; Mississippi, judiciary of

*HALL, Tom T.
mentioned in: Deal, Borden - v. 193

*HALL family, Jackson County, Mississippi
discussed in: Colmer, William - v. 43

*HAMER, Fannie Lou - civil rights activist, Delta resident - v. 31 (1972)
civil rights activities; Freedom Summer; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; political activities; Sunflower County; working on a plantation
discussed in: Rash, Rev. Sammie - v. 640; Cobb, Charles - v. 668
see also: civil rights movement

*HAMILTON, Charles Granville - minister and legislator - v. 252
Bilbo, Theodore; Dixiecrat Revolt of 1948; family background; Johnson, Paul Sr.; legislature of 1940; Mississippi Democratic Party; writing career

*HAMILTON, M.W. - aviator; White Citizens' Council member - v. 464 (1978)
aviation in Mississippi, early 1900s; barnstorming; Beason Academy; Chennault, Clare; Citizens' Council, operations and organization; Dahmer fire bombing and trial; family background; Great Depression, life during; Hattiesburg, racial tensions in; Key, Al and Fred; Lindbergh, Charles

*HANCOCK COUNTY, Mississippi
Boutwell, Mrs. J.R. and Mrs. J.W. Hover - v. 446
Cruthirds, Elsie - v. 521
Kellar, A.D. - v. 454
Kelly, Jim - v. 169
Seal, Leo - v. 482

*HANDKE, Jan - Freedom Summer participant - v. 626 (1995)
Freedom Summer; adult education

*HANGINGS
Richardson, Thomas - v. 559
see also: lynchings

*HARDY, Mattie Lou - Eureka High School student and Hattiesburg resident - v. 733-2 (1994, 1995)
family background; Eureka High School; growing up in Hattiesburg; Great Depression; women's clubs; community activities; first graduating class at Eureka

*HARDY, Robert - Baskerville state legislator - v. 395 (1990)
Berlin Airlift; military career, 1941 1965; Primrose Plantation; race relations; service in the Mississippi legislature; WWII service

*HARKINS, Elizabeth - USM School of Nursing - v. 175 (1980)
developing a nursing school; innovations by the School of Nursing; life in a religious order; nursing career

*HARNED, Horace Jr. - state legislator and segregationist - v. 355 (1978, 1994)
Citizens' Council, involvement in; Civil War and Reconstruction stories; early life and family background; John Birch Society; legislature years; military service in World War II; political views; race relations; Sovereignty Commission

*HARRIS, Carlyle S. - combat pilot, Vietnam POW - v. 217 (1981)
capture and interrogation; career in Air Force; communications among prisoners; Communism, understanding; enlistment in Air Force, 1951; interrogations and torture; law career after Air Force; North Vietnamese; prison in Hanoi; repatriation; retirement; Thanh Hoa bridge bombing (Also on deposit with the interview are a printed transcript of a television interview with Colonel Harris and a typed manuscript by Colonel Harris recounting his POW experiences.)

*HARRIS, Maury T. - Panola County farmer - v. 304-03 (1978)
(No bound volume; tapes and rough transcript available.) American Agricultural Movement; Concerned Farmers of Panola County; cotton and soybean farming

*HARRIS, Vonciel - health department nurse - v. 492 (1994)
early black nurse in State Public Health Department; health department in Hattiesburg; midwives

*HARRISON, Byron Patrick
Adam, Bidwell - v. 34
Allen, George E. - v. 21
Catledge, Turner - v. 1
Clegg, Hugh - v. 99
Darby, Cooper - v. 158
Ladner, Heber - v. 30
Pyles, Dixon - v. 394
Simmons, Hansford - v. 77
discussed in: Bilbo, Theodore, Jr. - v. 151; Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Estes, Mrs. W.E. - v. 54; Feibelman, Julian - v. 80; Foote, L.Y., Sr. - v. 72; Holleman, Boyce - v. 484; Lipscomb, Edward - v. 145; Lumpkin, F.S., Sr. - v. 102; Maples, Clem - v. 94; Mellen, Grenville - v. 160; Milner, J.K. - 159; Warrington, James - v. 283; Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - 67

*HARRISON COUNTY, Mississippi
Darby, Cooper - v. 158
Guice, Wade - v. 183
Hewes, Gaston - v. 392-9
Holleman, Boyce - v. 484
Milner, J.K. - v. 159
Monroe, Otho Austin - v. 545
Simpson, James C. - v. 497

*HATCHER, Van R. - World War II veteran - v. 648 (1996)
World War II; early years in Greenwood, MS and east Texas; U.S. Army; glider pilot; Patton's push into Germany; Operation Market Garden; prisoners of war; war souvenirs; post exchange at Hanau, Germany; accounting

*HATTIESBURG, Mississippi
general history
Adler, David - v. 282
Aplin, Herbert - v. 384
Arnold, Yvonne - v. 725
Baker, Constance - v. 658
Barnes, Ariel - v. 718
Boyd, Richard and Earline - v. 383
Brown, Robert - v. 60
Burger, N.R. - v. 356
Burney, Lillie - v. 292
Cameron, Mrs. James - v. 8
Cohen, James - v. 705
Culpepper, J.P. - v. 14
Dahmer, Ellie - v. 281
Dukes, William - v. 40
Earles, Ben - v. 190
Estes, Mrs. W.E. - v. 54
Fairley, J.C. - v. 375 and v. 711
Finlayson, J.S. - v. 528
Foote, L.Y., Sr. - v. 72
Frutiger, Donald - v. 460
Georgian, Angela - v. 703
Graham, Marvin - v. 460
Haas, Irene - v. 272
Hall, Stanton - v. 3
Hamilton, M.W. - v. 464
Hardy, Mattie Lou - v. 733-2
Hughes, Jessie - v. 237
Johnson, Z.T. - v. 278
Kent, Marie Washington - v. 733-2
Landskov, N.L. - v. 277
Magee, Clarence - v. 714
Maples, Clem - v. 94
Martin, Jobie L. - v. 733-4
McCarty, Oseola - v. 657
McCaughey, Mrs. Ned - v. 95
McMullan, Paul - v. 113
Miller, Jessye Leflore - v. 544
Montgomery, J.T. - v. 546
Myers, Hulon - v. 349
Nix, James - v. 443
Norris, Mildred - v. 69
Powe, W.A. - v. 377
Phillips, Mamie and Charles - v. 711
Randolph, James - v. 373
Ross, T.E. - v. 61
Ruffin, Sarah Harris - v. 733-5
Saetre, Gilbert - v. 563
Smith, E. Hammond - v. 369
Smith, Frances T. - v. 661
Smith, Luther - v. 111
Smith, Mrs. P.E. "Katie" - v. 660
Snell, Reese Harris - v. 631
Spinks, Sam - v. 693
Stevens, George - v. 376
Tatum, Joe - v. 457
Thomas, Harry - v. 321
Thomas, Isaac - v. 733-6
Thompson, Fewell - v. 342
Thompson, Walter - v. 581
Vickers, Hawkins - v. 37
Wells, Buck - v. 694
Weston, Silas - v. 586
Whitten, Mary - v. 56
Willis, George C. - v. 622
Woullard, R.W. Jr. - v. 733-7
turn-of-the-century life
Ainsworth, Charles - v. 156
Ames, Mrs. Floyd - v. 500
Ballard, Emma - v. 501
Connors, Mona - v. 518
Denham, George - v. 525
Earles, Ben - v. 190
Estes, Mrs. W.F. - v. 54
Hennington, Mrs. Lamar - v. 76
Howell, Mrs. J.D. Sr. - v. 531
Hughes, Jessie - v. 237
Maples, Clem - v. 94
Myers, Hulon - v. 349
O'Ferral, C.A. - v. 96
Rogers, Lida - v. 560
Ross, T.E. - v. 61
Smith, Luther - v. 11
Thompson, Walter - v. 581
Weston, Silas - v. 586
civil rights, racial tensions, race relations
Adickes, Sandra - v. 731
Boyd, Earline and Richard - v. 383
Burger, N.R. - v. 356
Cohen, James - v. 705
Dahmer, Ellie - v. 281
Fairley, J.C. - v. 375
Hamilton, M.W. - v. 464
Magee, Clarence - v. 714
Michaels, Sheila Shiki y Kessler - v. 732
Nix, James - v. 443
Sandifer, Iva E. - v. 633
Schwartz, Joseph - v. 736
Shaw, Terri - v. 724
Smith, E. Hammond - v. 369
gay and lesbian community
Barlow, Gary - v. 458
Doe, John - v. 450
Frutiger, Donald and Marvin Graham - v. 460
Hollingshead, Bennie - v. 461
Lewis, Cathy - v. 462
Smith, Ms. - v. 459
flood of 1974
Bell, David - v. 285-9
Clemons, Cynthia - v. 285-7
Collins, Mrs. Donnie K.- v. 105
English, William - v. 285-1
Fielder, Lennie - v. 285-8
Hines, Richard and Bernice - v. 285-4
Hinton, Sam - v. 285-5
Lambert, James - v. 285-2
Lee, Ivan - v. 285-3
McLaurin, David - v. 285-6
Rush, Viola - v. 285-7
Thompkins, Isaac - v. 285-10
see also: Camp Shelby; Eureka High School; Gerrard, Bud; Grady, Paul; Tatum, W.S.F.; timber, logging and lumber industries; University of Southern Mississippi

*HATTIESBURG AMERICAN
Haas, Irene - v. 272

*HAVARD, Jimmy - USM athlete - v. 735 (1995)
family background; Vann, Coach Thad "Pie;"; USM athletics; football; impressions of former teammates; longest punt return in USM history; superstitions; legacy of USM

*HAVERTY, Bessie - Hurricane Camille survivor, Waveland resident - v. 248 (1979) Hurricane Camille; hurricane of 1947; insurance companies; relief agencies

*HAYDEN, Carl F.
discussed in: Catledge, Turner - v. 1; Wilson, Clyde - v. 136

*HAYDEN, J. J. Jr.
Quave, Russell - v. 189

*HAYS, Wayne
mentioned in: Griffin, Charles - v. 191; Williams, J.B. - v. 106

*HEAD START
Carr, Andrew - v. 681
Catchings, Troy - v. 659
Fells, Bert - v. 721
Gooden, Bennie - v. 599
Keys, Ms. Vernon J. - v. 662
Rush, Rev. Sammie - v. 640
Stewart, Peter - v. 712
Wilson, Mayo D. - v. 645

*HEALY, George W. Jr.
mentioned in: McDavid, O.C. - v. 166; Todd, H.P. - v. 70

*HEBERT, F. Edward
mentioned in: Brown, Robert - v. 60

*HEDERMAN family
discussed in: Bradley, Norman - v. 194; Brady, Thomas - v. 2; Brown, Robert - v. 60; Feibelman, Julian - v. 80; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10; Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144; McDavid, O.C. - v. 166; McKellar, Charles - v. 93; Stevens, Boswell - v. 9; Walters, Carl - v. 170 see also: Jackson Clarion Ledger

*HEIMBURG, Karl L. - rocket scientist - v. 399 (1992)
Mississippi Test Facility; NASA; Peenemunde; Saturn rockets; V-2 rockets; von Braun, Werhner; working for the U.S. military

*HENDERSON, Al - staff appraiser, First Magnolia Bank - v. 607 (1979)
adoption experiences; race relations during 1950s-1960s; life during World War II; United States Navy; guarding German POWs in Louisiana

*HENNINGTON, Mrs. Lamar - native Mississippian - v. 76 (1974)
Hattiesburg in 1909; Jackson in 1900; plantation life: blacksmith shop, cider mill, lye soap, wage hands

*HENRY, Aaron - civil rights activist - v. 33 (1972)
civil rights activists in Mississippi; Council of Federated Organizations; political involvement; racial observations
discussed in: Carr, Andrew - v. 681; Jones, Lillie - v. 181; Rash, Rev. Sammie - v. 640

*HENTON, Mel - Red Cross representative, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-23 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) coordinating with other organizations; effects of the flood; Red Cross relief procedures; work in Columbia

*HERCULES Plant, Hattiesburg
Boyd, Richard - v. 383
Fairbank, Robert - v. 474
Tyre, S.H. - v. 582
Wells, Buck - v. 694

*HERRING, Mack R. - Stennis Space Center historian - v. 415 (1992)
Apollo astronauts; career as a public affairs officer with NASA; Marshall Space Flight Center; Mississippi Test Facility; rocket testing

*HEWES, Gaston - Harrison County court judge - v. 392-9 (1973)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) career as prosecuting attorney; education and background in Gulfport; law career in Harrison County; Mississippi Supreme Court; University of Mississippi Law School; unusual cases
discussed in: Darby, Cooper - v. 158
see also: courts of law and rulings

*HEWES, William G.
discussed in: Darby, Cooper - v. 158
see also: courts of law and rulings

*HEWITT, Purser - executive editor, Clarion Ledger - v. 10 (1972)
Mississippi River flood of 1927; perception of Mississippi politicians and personalities; working for the Jackson Clarion Ledger

*HIATT, Jane Carter - asst. director, Miss. Humanities Council - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council; National Endowment for the Humanities

*HICKMAN, Alma
mentioned in: Whitten, Mary - v. 56

*HICKS, Hervey O. - state legislator and farmer - v. 361 (1976)
agriculture; Appropriations Committee; Bilbo, Theodore; Connor, Mike; growing up in Yazoo County; Mississippi legislature, tenure in

*HICKSON, Charles - Gulf Coast resident - v. 108 (1974)
the shipbuilding trade; UFO experience

*HIGHTOWER community
Penn, Alfred - v. 295-36

*HIGHWAYS
Alford, Sam - v. 177
Kenna, Edgar D. - v. 246
McLean, George - v. 39
discussed in: Arnold, John - v. 114; Earles, Ben - v. 190; Pikka, Mrs. Aino - v. 49; Todd, H.P. - 70
see also: transportation

*Highway Patrol
see: Mississippi Highway Patrol

*Hindenburg
see: World War I

*HINDS COUNTY, Mississippi
Flynt, Chastaine - v. 295-18
Griffin, Charles - v. 191

*HINDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Raymond, Mississippi
Smith, Patrick - v. 196

*HINES, Bernice - Hattiesburg flood of 1974 - v. 285-7 (1974)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) 1974 flooding on Tipton Street; 39 inches of water; rattlesnakes; 1961 flooding

*HINES, Jacqueline Fontaine - Hurricane Camille survivor - v. 230 (1979)
Great Depression; Gulf Coast, growing up on; hurricane Betsy; hurricane Camille; hurricane of 1947; Mississippi State Teachers' College, 1929 32; World War I, recollections of

*HINES, Leon C. - Hurricane Camille survivor - v. 230 (1979)
Bilbo, Theodore; Great Depression; Great Epidemic of 1918; Gulf Coast, prohibition on; hurricane Camille; Kosciusko, Mississippi; Mississippi River Flood of 1927; World War I; World War II, recollections of

*HINES, Richard - Hattiesburg flood of 1974 - v. 285-7 (1974)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) 1974 flooding on Tipton Street; 39 inches of water; rattlesnakes; 1961 flooding

*HINKLE, John Lewis Jr. - World War II prisoner of war - v. 253 (1980)
Bataan, battle of; Bataan Death March; diet of POWs; executions of POWs; family background; incarceration, long term effects of; liberation; Philippines, duty in; work in Japanese steel mills

*HINSON, Jon
mentioned in: Griffin, Charles - v. 191

*HINTON, Sam - Hattiesburg flood of 1974 - v. 285-5 (1974)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) 1961 flood; description of the 1961 and 1974 floods; cost of the 1974 flood

*HLASS, Jerry - aerospace engineer - v. 437 (1991)
Balch, Jackson; family background; Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland; Mississippi Test Facility; National Space Technology Laboratories; Stennis, John; Stennis Space Center see also: aerospace industry; Mississippi Test Facility; Stennis Space Center

*HOBOES
Deal, Borden - v. 193
Fortner, Henry and Rita - v. 238
Kitchens, O.W. - v. 537
Maples, Clem - v. 94
Redd, William - v. 257
Walters, Carl - v. 170

*HOLLAND, Barbara - educator, Miss. School for Math and Science - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*HOLLEMAN, Boyce - state legislator and district attorney - v. 484 (1976)
Barnett, Ross and the Meredith incident; Bilbo, Theodore; civil rights and desegregation; Coleman, J. P.; Conner, Mike; district attorney for the Second Circuit Court District; early life and family during the Depression; Eastland, Jim; election of 1948; Harrison, Pat; Harrison County Board of Supervisors, attorney for; McArthur, Douglas, opinions of; politics, general reflections of; state legislature; Stennis, John; University of Mississippi; White, Hugh; Williams, John Bell; World War II, service in Pacific

*HOLLINGSHEAD, Bennie - Hattiesburg resident - v. 461 (1993)
AIDS; gay community in Hattiesburg; marriage; moving to Hattiesburg

*HOLLOWAY, Mariah - Gulfport resident - v. 392-10 (1976)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) changes over the years; growing up on a tenant farm near Kokomo before the turn of the century; home sickness remedies; hurricane Camille; making syrup candy; plowing with oxen; sharecropping

*HOLMES, Verner
discussed in: Brown, Robert - v. 60; Turner, Thomas - v. 28

*HOLT, Charles - pioneer radio executive - v. 104 (1975)
the 1960 race for lieutenant governor; the 1964 Democratic Convention; building a radio business; Gandy; Evelyn; Johnson Jr., Paul B.; the radio broadcasting business; WHSY in Hattiesburg

*Homosexuals and homosexuality
see: gay and lesbian life

*HOOVER, Herbert
Allen, George E. - v. 21
Crump, Brodie - v. 53
Kirkland, J.B. - v. 41
Lewis, Arthur - v. 165
Mellen, Grenville - v. 160

*HOOVER, J. Edgar
Allen, George - v. 21
Clegg, Hugh - v. 99
Dukes, William - v. 40
Edwards, Macon - v. 140
Gillespie, Robert - v. 46
Kirkland, J.B. - v. 41
Lopez, Julius - v. 149
Wilson, L.A. - v. 66
see also: Federal Bureau of Investigation

*HOPKINS, Harry
Allen, George - v. 21

*HORNE, McDonald K. Jr. - National Cotton Council - v. 142 (1977)
Cotton Council economist; Cotton Incorporated; government work; growing up in Winona, Mississippi; managing editor, Tupelo Journal; NCC career; Ole Miss, chair of Economics Department
mentioned in: Lipscomb, Edward - v. 145

*HOTELS in Mississippi
Broadwater Beach Hotel (Biloxi): Webb, Charles - v. 258
Confederate Inn (Gulfport): Stevens, James v. 180
Great Southern Hotel (Biloxi): Webb, Charles - v. 258
Holiday Inn franchise: Sturdivant, Mike - v. 109

*HOUSE, Mary Sheldon - Mississippi Republican Party - v. 267 (1980)
family background in Nebraska; father's rise to governorship of Nebraska; flood of 1927; life and work on a Delta plantation; Mississippi Republican Party; Republican Convention of 1976

*HOUSTON CHRONICLE
McDavid, E.G. - v. 161

*HOVER, Mrs. J.W. and Mrs. J.R. Boutwell - Hancock County residents - v. 446 (1993) family background; Gainesville, Mississippi; Hancock County, memories of; Logtown, Mississippi; Mississippi Test Facility; Napoleon, Mississippi; opinions about whether the Stennis Space Center should return land to area residents

*HOWARD, Lempi - Finnish community, Moss Point - v. 392-11 (1973)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) growing up in the Gulf Coast Finnish community

*HOWARD, Perry W.
discussed in: Lewis, Nathaniel - v. 182

*HOWARD, William - Stennis space Center engineer - v. 696 (1992)
quality control at Mississippi Test Facility; testing Saturn equipment; testing Apollo engines; space shuttle main engine; Jackson Balch; Henry Auter; Karl Heimburg; Roy Estess

*HOWELL, George - vice president, Ingalls Shipbuilding - v. 695, Part I (1997) Mississippi Humanities Council; race relations

*HOWELL, Mrs. J.D. Sr. - Hattiesburg native - v. 531 (1975)
(No bound volume; transcript and tape available.) Bilbo and other politicians; lynching in 1921; Purvis tornado of 1908; Tatum family; town history of Hattiesburg in early twentieth century

*HOWORTH, Lucy Somerville - Mississippi legislator and judge - v. 297 (1983, 1984)
Conservation Bill of 1932; Mississippi constitutional convention, need for; Kennedy, Laurens; Mississippi legislature, career in; sales tax; Sillers, Walter; Somerville, Nellie Nugent, Howorth's mother; Stansel, Horace

*HUBBELL, William - Biloxi businessman and historian - v. 64 (1972, 1975)
Biloxi Back Bay; Bidwell, Adam; Bilbo; the Biloxi shipyard; entertainment and lifestyle; the Great Depression; growing up on the Gulf Coast; hurricanes; perceptions of local and state politicians and leaders; the seafood and fishing industry; World War II

*HUDGINS, William Douglas - Baptist minister, Jackson resident - v. 532 (1973)
(No bound volume; draft and tapes available.) Baptist Foreign Mission Board; race relations and the church; restructuring the Southern Baptist Convention

*HUDSON, Winson - Freedom Summer participant - v. 626 (1995)
Freedom Summer; adult education

*HUGGINS, Martin - Alcorn County farmer - v. 304-04 (1978)
(No bound volume; tapes and rough transcript available.) American Agricultural Movement; growing up on a farm in Biggersville

*HUGHES, Billie - Mississippi highway patrol officer - v. 451 (1993)
Alcorn State University, integration of; family background; Grenada, Mississippi, school integration of 1966; Johnson, Paul B. Jr.; Mississippi Law Enforcement Training Academy; Natchez school integration

*HUGHES, Dudley J. - petroleum geologist and businessman - v. 233 (1984)
business climate in Mississippi; government policy, impact on oil industry; Hughes and Hughes; Hughes Eastern Petroleum; natural gas, Canadian; oil business in Texas and Mississippi; oil industry, evaluation of; Perchem in Europe; Texas A & M, study at; Triad

*HUGHES, Jesse Marion Sr. - World War I veteran - v. 237 (1978)
Bilbo, Theodore; cotton ginning; Dearman Lumber Company; Hattiesburg police work; Hattiesburg, turn of the century life; lumbering work; a lynching described; Villa, Pancho; World War I: Argonne Forest, the armistice, Cantigny, Meuse River, poison gas attacks, Second Battle of Marne River, St. Mihiel, and trench life

*HULL, Cordell
discussed in: Catledge, Turner - v. 1

*HULL, Edgar - physician; professor, LSU-Shreveport Medical School - v. 439 (1981)
Colmer, William; early life and education; Long, Earl; Long, Huey; LSU medical school; malpractice and litigation; medical profession, changes and developments in; medical schools, compared to European and Oriental schools; Miller, William S. "Fishbait"; Mississippi Gulf Coast medical services; Pascagoula, Mississippi, early 1900s; Pascagoula, Mississippi, shipbuilding industry; Weiss, Carl

*HULL, Marie - Mississippi artist - v. 18 (1972)
American art schools; art and creativity; art in America; the artist and society censorship; communication between artist and viewer; critics; developing a sense of awareness; expanding Mississippi's visual arts; modern trends; Mrs. Hull's art background discussed in: Meng, Sue - v. 402

*HUME, Alfred
discussed in: Brown, R. Jess -v. 20; Horne, McDonald - 142; Lewis, Arthur - v. 165

*HUMPHREYS COUNTY, Mississippi
Turner, Thomas - v. 28

*HUMPHREY, Hubert
Ramsay, Claude - v. 215

*HUNTER, Johnnie Pearl - Enterprise resident - v. 271-11 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) lifestyle, work, and attitudes in early-twentieth-century Clarke County

*HURRICANES
in general
Amacker, A.O. - v. 78
Applewhite, Rev. Fred - v. 87
Capdepon, Henry - v. 392-4
Clower, Olive - v. 222
Conner, D.L. - v. 392-5
Haarala, Eino - v. 392-8
Hubbell, William - v. 64
Kite, Mr. & Mrs. Johnny - v. 392-52
Lumpkin, F.S. Jr. - v. 103
Pikka, Mrs. Aino - v. 49
Betsy
Anderson, Alma - v. 256
Fortner, Henry and Rita - v. 238
Guice, Wade - v. 183
Hines, Jacqueline - v. 280
Stevens, M. James - v. 180
Warrington, James & Bessie - v. 283
Camille
Alfonso Family - v. 296
Anderson, Alma - v. 256
Anderson, Ivan - v. 392-1
Baricev, Joseph - v. 284
Boggs, Mary - v. 292-2
Breath, Charles and Mary - v. 228
Caire, Ronnie - v. 314
Clarke, Lee Roy - v. 232
Clower, Mrs. Oliver - v. 222
Collins, Donnie K. - v. 105
Colson, Joe V. - v. 273
DeMetz, Fred and Dorothy - v. 226
De Vries, Edith - v. 223
Dodson, Marion - v. 413
Driegert, Aino - v. 47
Durkee, Peter E. - v. 608
Easterling, Albert - v. 234
Fortner, Henry and Rita - v. 238
Gerlach, Mary Ann - v. 178
Griffin, Charles - v. 191
Guice, Wade - v. 183
Haverty, Bessie - v. 248
Hines, Jacqueline and Leon - v. 230
Holloway, Mariah - v. 392-10
Jenevein, Jennie - v. 225
Longo, John - v. 269
Maggio, Henry - v. 240
McDermott, John - v. 368
McDevitt, Kathleen - v. 665
Merritt, Richard - v. 262
Nichols, Thomas - v. 295-30
Oberlies, Adolph - v. 392-16
Peralta, Gerald and Marie - v. 224
Quave, Russell - v. 189
Semski, Lawrence - v. 637
Sheehan, Nora - v. 254
Stegenga, Piet and Valena - v. 201
Stevens, Boswell - v. 9
Stevens, M. James - v. 180
Swetman, John - v. 391
Switzer, John - v. 227
Taylor, Robert - v. 275
Toomer, Lois - v. 236
Torgersen, Georgette - v. 229
Tully, Rosemary - v. 268
Warrington, James & Bessie - v. 283
Webb, Charles - v. 258
Williams, Paul - v. 231
Frederick
Guice, Wade - v. 183
hurricane of 1906
Hubbell, William F. - v. 64
hurricane of 1909
Clower, Mrs. Oliver B. - v. 222
hurricane of 1914
Clower, Mrs. Oliver B. - v. 222
hurricane of 1915
Breath, Mary and Charles - v. 228
Kelly, Jim - v. 169
Sheehan, Nora - v. 254
hurricane of 1947
Anderson, Alma - v. 256
Carnovale, Leborah - v. 296
DeMetz, Fred and Dorothy - v. 226
Fortner, Henry and Rita - v. 238
Guice, Wade - v. 183
Haverty, Bessie - v. 248
Hines, Jacqueline - v. 230
Hubbell, William - v. 64
Kelly, Jim - v. 169
Milner, J.K. - v. 159
Peralta, Gerald and Marie - v. 224
Sheehan, Nora - v. 254
Stegenga, Piet and Valena - v. 201
Switzer, John - v. 227
Toomer, Lois - v. 236
Torgersen, Georgette - v. 229
Williams, Paul - v. 231
see also: natural disasters

*HURST, George
discussed in: Whitten, Mary - v. 56

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*IMMIGRANTS to Mississippi
Chinese
Wing, John - v. 347
Wing, Luck - v. 348
Dutch
Blocker, Jacob - v. 97
German
Lehman, Rudolph - v. 88
Oberlies, Adolf - v. 392-16
Greek
Vasselus, Paul - v. 152
Irish
Ryan, Matthew - v. 63
Jewish
Capers, Legrand - v. 153
Lebanese
Jordan, Eleanor - v. 340
Norwegian
Saetre, Gilbert - v. 563
Sparkman, Mrs. Colley - v. 289
Swedish
Anderson, Ivan - v. 392-1
Vietnamese Beale, Mrs. Lien Thi - v. 674
see also: Biloxi; ethnic groups in Mississippi; Finnish community

*INCOME TAX DIVISION, State of Mississippi
Eason, Henry - v. 45

*INDIANS in Mississippi
Bell, Robert - v. 504
Brown, Mary - v. 81
Lumpkin, Franklin Jr. - v. 103
Thigpen, S.G. - v. 74
Whitten, Mary - v. 56

*INDUSTRIALIZATION
McLean, George - v. 39
Todd, H.P. - v. 70

*INDUSTRIES in Mississippi
see: - aerospace industry; banking industry; catfish industry; cattle industry; construction and contracting industries; cotton industry; dairy industry; fashion industry; frozen food industry; furniture manufacturing; gaming industry; medicine and medical developments; petroleum industry; railroad industry; seafood and fishing industry; shipbuilding industry; textile industry; timber, logging, and lumber industries; tung oil industry; turpentine industry
see also: business and industry in Mississippi; economic development; laborers and labor unions

*INFLUENZA epidemic of 1918
Ainsworth, Charles - v. 156
Amacker, A.O. - v. 70
Ballard, Emma - v. 501
Clark, Clifton - v. 517
Connors, Mona - v. 518
Earles, Ben - v. 190
Feibelman, Julian - v. 80
Hines, Jacqueline and Leon - v. 230
McDevitt, Kathleen - v. 665
Pennington, Veronica - v. 549
Stevens, Boswell - v. 9
Vasselus, Paul - v. 152
Ward, James - v. 172

*INGALLS SHIPYARD, Pascagoula
Hickson, Charles - v. 108
Mellen, Grenville - v. 160
Sigalas, E.P. - v. 392-19

*INGRAM, Carroll
discussed in: Corlew, John - v. 221; DeCell, Herman - v. 207; Ramsay, Claude - v. 215

*INTEGRATION
Applewhite, Fred - v. 87
Bell, Josephine - v. 675
Branch, Raylawni - v. 682
Campbell, Will - v. 157
Carr, Michael - v. 469
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203
Crump, Brodie - v. 53
Fairley, J.C. - v. 375
Feibelman, Julian - v. 80
Henry, Aaron - v. 33
Key, Al - v. 83
Lee, Clay - v. 186
Lewis, Arthur - v. 165
Norris, Mildred - v. 69
Sandifer, Iva E. - v. 633
Simpson, James C. - v. 497
Smith, Frances T. - v. 661
Williams, Kenneth - v. 470
Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67
see also: Black, Maurice - v. 379; Boyd, Richard and Earline - v. 383; civil rights; Education-desegregation; Jackson State University; race relations; segregation; Simmons, William J. - v. 372; University of Mississippi - desegregation

*INTERNATIONAL GAME TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION
see: Redd, William - v. 257

*INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE for COTTON
Dunn, Read Jr. - v. 139

*INTERNATIONAL WOMAN'S YEAR CONFERENCE, 1977
Caine, Mrs. and Mrs. Curtis - v. 438
Gilbert, Kathie - v. 428
Norman, Cora - v. 432
Rea, Katherine - v. 429
Steiner, Alison - v. 416
Zinner, Thelma - v. 427

*ISLAM
Shareef, Abdul - v. 405

*ISSAQUENA COUNTY, Mississippi
Blackwell, Unita - v. 334
Ripley, Minnie - v. 341
Smith, Charlie and Rosie - v. 569

*ITALIAN community on the Gulf Coast
Alfonso family - v. 296 (Acyrsui Alfonso, Ignatius Alfonso, Josephine Alfonso, Vincenzo Alfonso, Leborah Carnovale)

*ITAWAMBA COUNTY, Mississippi
Owens, George - v. 332

*IVY, H.M. - educator - v. 279 (1973)
background and early career; Bailey, Tom; Bilbo, Theodore; black schools during segregation; Board of Trustees, State Institutions of Higher Learning; Bond, Willard F.; Canton schools; General Education Board; philosophy of education; Southern Association; superintendent of Meridian public schools; supervisor of Mississippi high schools (On deposit with the interview is a copy of Dr. Ivy's unpublished autobiography.)
discussed in: Darby, Cooper - v. 158; Johnson, Z.T. - v. 278
 
 

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*JACKSON ADVOCATE
Greene, Percy - v. 286

*JACKSON, Burris C.
discussed in: Barringer, Lewis - v. 116; Kirkpatrick, Clifton -v. 144; Youngker, Charles - v. 137

*JACKSON, Mississippi
Anderson, Reuben V. - v. 320, part II
Armstrong, Louis - v. 292-2
Berry, Willie Mae - v. 295-5
Carter, Henrine - v. 244
Clegg, Hugh - v. 99
Culpepper, Mallard - v. 522
Davis, Russell - v. 55
Eason, Henry - v. 45
Fisher, Larry - v. 295-17
Fryant, G.V. - v. 530
Gibson, James - v. 295-20
Green, Winifred - v. 704
Hennington, Mrs. Lamar - v. 76
Langley, Fred - v. 52
Layton, Reber - v. 538
Lester, Garner - v. 127
Lester, Horace - v. 295-27
Oldfield, Jack - v. 295-31
Pope, Ray - v. 295-37
Shanks, Doug - v. 291
Simmons, William - v. 372
see also: Clarion Ledger, Jackson Daily News, State Times

*JACKSON, Ollie - Hattiesburg resident - v. 529 (1995)
EURO; Eureka School; World War II service

*JACKSON, Robert C. - American Textile Manufacturers Inst. - v. 143 (1975, 1978)
American Textile Manufacturers Institute; Bale Tie Steel Conservation Project; Bankhead-Brown Bill; the cotton industry and WWII; Germany and man-made fibers during WWII; the Great Depression; growing up in rural Coahoma County; multi-national negotiations; National Cotton Council; opinions of national leaders; problems in the cotton industry; textile industry, problems and solutions

*JACKSON COUNTY, Mississippi
Lockard, Jacob - v. 436
Watts, L.A. - v. 392-23

*JACKSON COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY
Lockard, Jacob - v. 436

*JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY, Jackson, Mississippi
general
Anderson, Reuben V. - v. 320, part II
Banks, Earl - v. 380
Carter, Henrine - v. 244
Fairly, Ken - v. 455
Peoples, John - v. 695, part II
Robinson, Dollye - v. 695, part II
Stewart, Peter - v. 712
protests and shootings
Davis, Russell - v. 55
Marx, Charles - v. 185
Peoples, John - v. 695, part II

*JAMES, Mrs. Lyle - Gulf Coast resident- v. 678 (1994)
race relations; Great Depression; World War II

*JAMES, Newton - businessman, McComb, Miss. - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council; McComb government;

*JASPER COUNTY, Mississippi
Carr, Patrick - v. 73
Jones, Garfield - v. 534

*JENEVEIN, Jennie G. - Hurricane Camille survivor - v. 225 (1979)
family background; Great Depression; growing up in New Orleans; strict Lutheran family; World War I; World War II; Hurricane Camille: aftermath, insurance coverage, media coverage, relief agencies, Small Business Administration, tornadoes

*JENKINS, Leila - Shubuta resident - v. 271-12 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) lifestyle, work, and attitudes in early-twentieth-century Clarke County

 

*JEWS and JUDAISM in Mississippi
Adler, David - v. 282
Capers, Legrand - v. 153
Feibelman, Julian Beck - v. 80

*JIM, Barry Davis Sr. - Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians - v. 727-1 (1998)
education; segregation in Mississippi public schools; Philadelphia murders; KKK; civil rights movement and the Choctaw; need for bilingual education; tribal sovereignty; Choctaw reservation schools; bombing of the Choctaw Mennonite Baptist Church

*JOBE, E. R.
discussed in: Johnson, Roger - v. 337; Turner, Thomas - v. 28
see: Board of Trustees, State Institutions of Higher Learning

*JOHNSON, Bob
discussed in: Darby, Cooper - v. 158

*JOHNSON, Charles Allen Jr. - Mississippi Education Association - v. 344 (1975)
Amory, Mississippi; education in Mississippi; Mississippi Education Association; Mississippi State University; school desegregation; science teaching in Amory; superintendent in Amory; teaching in Canton

*JOHNSON, Dorothy - wife of Paul B. Johnson, Jr. - v. 625 (1982)
Paul B. Johnson, Jr.; Hattiesburg, MS; University of Mississippi; Paul B. Johnson, Sr.; World War II service; University of Mississippi crisis; Great Depression; campaigning for Paul B. Johnson, Jr.; Governors' National Congerences; Southern Governors' Conference

*JOHNSON, Lyndon B.
Allen, George - v. 21
Charlesworth, Clifford - v. 287
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203
Colmer, William - v. 43
Greene, Percy - v. 286
Holt, Charles - v. 104
Jackson, Robert - v. 143
Ramsay, Claude - v. 215
Walker, Prentiss - v. 208
Williams, J.B. - v. 106

*JOHNSON, Mr. M.C. "Tuffy" - USM athlete - v. 680 (1995)
Mississippi Southern; football; USM demonstration school; memories of other athletes; Taylor, Pete; Green, Reed; integration of the football team

*JOHNSON, Mary - Hollandale native - v. 533 (1979)
(No bound volume; tape available.) growing up on a Delta farm; race relations; flood of 1927; folk medicine and remedies; life in Hollandale

*JOHNSON, Maud - Yalobusha County native - v. 62 (1973)
Civil War stories; courting; education; growing up in rural Yalobusha County; home medical remedies; murder of her father

*JOHNSON, Nestor L. - Gulf Coast Finnish community, Coast Guard seaman - v. 48 (1973)
Coast Guard; journey to America; life at sea; sunk by Germans during WWII

*JOHNSON, Paul B. Sr.
discussed in: Ainsworth, Charles - v. 156; Amacker, A.O. - v. 78; Barber, Frank - v. 667; Chain, Bobby - v. 51; Eason, Henry - v. 45; Greene, Percy - v. 286; Hall, Stanton - v. 3; Hamilton, George - v. 252; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10; Johnson, Dorothy - v. 625; Johnson, Pete - v. 441; Leech, Dewey - v. 86; McCaughey, Mrs. Ned - v. 95; McDavid, O.C. - v. 166; Mellen, Grenville - v. 160; Quave, Russell - v. 189; Reyer, Joe - v. 90; Ross, T.E. - v. 61; Simmons, Hansford - v. 77; Walker, E.M. - v. 92

*JOHNSON, Paul B. Jr.
Barber, Frank - v. 667
Chain, Bobby - v. 51
Cochran, Thad - v. 220
Dye, Brad - v. 467
Fairly, Ken - v. 455
Foote, Katherine Selby - v. 685
Glazier, Herman - v. 485
Godwin, George - v. 463
Holt, Charles - v. 104
Hughes, Billie - v. 451
Johnson, Dorothy - v. 625
Johnson, Paul B. III - v. 456
Johnson, Pete - v. 441
Newman, C.B. - v. 447
Saxon, George - v. 449
Smith, Michael - v. 448
Triggs, Gene - v. 385
discussed in: Ainsworth, Charles - v. 156; Amacker, A.O. - v. 78; Crosby, L.O. Jr. - v. 155; Davis, Russell - v. 55; DeCell, Herman - v. 207; Eason, Henry - v. 45; Griffin, W.S. - v. 414; Hall, Stanton - v. 3; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10; Johnson, Roger - v. 337; Johnston, Erle - v. 276; Leech, Dewey - v. 86; Luckett, Semmes - v. 370; McCaughey, Mrs. Ned - v. 95; McMullan, Paul - v. 113; Mellen, Grenville - v. 160; Pyles, Dixon - v. 394; Ramsay, Claude - v. 215; Stevens, George - v. 376; Swetman, Glenn - v. 391; Tatum, Joe - v. 457; Todd, H.P. - v. 70; Walker, E.M. - v. 92; Walker, J. Fred - v. 163; Williams, Kenneth - v. 470; Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67; Winter, William - v. 417; Yarbrough, George - v. 367

*JOHNSON, Paul B. III - son and grandson of state governors - v. 456 (1993)
early childhood; Johnson, Paul B. Jr.: administrative style, advisors and staff; Civil Rights Act of 1964; FBI and Ku Klux Klan; the Highway patrol; Ole Miss riots; Operation Wet Blanket (Natchez riot); Philadelphia murders and racial tension; political stances

*JOHNSON, Pete - nephew of Paul B. Johnson Jr. - v. 441 (1993)
Armistad, Rex, recollections of his infiltration of the Ku Klux Klan; Johnson, Paul B. Sr.; Johnson, Paul B. Jr.: civil rights movement and racism, J.P. Coleman, defeat in 1967, economic policies as governor, legalization of whiskey, life after political retirement, relationship with Pete's father, speaking style

*JOHNSON, Roger B. Sr. - USM - v. 337 (1982)
education; family background; Great Depression; growing up in Amory, Mississippi; Korean Conflict; Ku Klux Klan; race relations, recollections of; WWII service in Europe and the South Pacific; University of Southern Mississippi: administrative duties; growth and planning; integration; Paul B. Johnson; Aubrey Lucas; William D. McCain; politicking and infighting

*JOHNSON, Sarah H. - civil rights activist - v. 243 (1978)
Carter, Jimmy, support for; childhood and early education; Greenville city council, controversies on and service with; Greenville civic center; Greenville civil rights movement; race relations prior to 1954

*JOHNSON, Seymour - farmer, Republican Party leader - v. 202 (1979)
agriculture and agribusiness in the Delta; agriculture trade organizations; American political system, thoughts on; cattle and soybeans; growing up in rural Mississippi; international agricultural trade; Republican party in Mississippi; work as a lobbyist (Tapes and a portion of the interview restricted.)

*JOHNSON, Mrs. Sidney P. (Thelma Murff) - West resident - v. 173 (1973)
Daughters of the Confederacy; growing up in West, Mississippi; Mississippi Normal College; Mississippi River flood of 1927; Muffs in the Civil War; perceptions of Mississippi politicians; race relations; relatives from the Revolution to World War II; Walter Sillers (Also on deposit is the 1979-80 yearbook of the Samuel Hammond chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.)

*JOHNSON, Zachary T. - professor, Mississippi State Teachers College - v. 278 (1976)
Ashbury College; background and early career; Bennett, Claude; Hattiesburg, perceptions of; Ivy, H.M.; Main Street Methodist Church, Hattiesburg; Mississippi politicians; Mississippi State Teachers College

*JOHNSTON, Erle - Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission - v. 276 (1980, 1993)
Barnett, Ross; Citizens' Council; Committee on the Preservation of Civil Rights Papers, Tougaloo College; Johnson, Paul B. Jr.; Forest, Mississippi; Meredith crisis; Patriotic American Youth; Sovereignty Commission: establishment and organization of, career in; Voting Rights Act

*JOHNSTON, Oscar
Blake, William - v. 138
discussed in: Baker, Harry - v. 115; Beatty, Francis - v. 117; Blackburn, Norris - v. 118; Dunn, Read - v. 139; Horne, McDonald - v. 142; Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144; Lester, Garner - v. 127; Lipscomb, Edward - v. 145; Lockett, Aubrey - v. 128; Russell, Albert - v. 147

*JONES, Betty
see: Frohman, Patricia, Betty Jones and Mary Seaton - v. 688

*JONES, Charles H. Sr. - Clarksdale resident, World War II veteran - v. 612 (1994)
World War II; D-Day; race relation in the military; race relations in Europe; race relations in Mississippi; NAACP; Progressive Voter's League

*JONES COUNTY, Mississippi
Easterling, Luceal - v. 526
Ellzey, Lee - v. 527
Price, Herschel - v. 304-06
Spinks, Sam - v. 693
see also: Laurel, Mississippi

*JONES, Garfield - Jasper County resident - v. 534 (1974)
(No bound volume; tape available.) growing up in Jasper County; railroad and lumber industries

*JONES, June - Columbia convalescent centers, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-24 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) Cedars Convalescent Center; 1974 flood: flood preparations, flood experiences

*JONES, Joseph T.
discussed in: Kimbrough, Hunter - v. 206; Todd, H.P. - v. 70

* JONES JUNIOR COLLEGE
Carter, Hugh - v. 512
McLemore, R.A. - v. 25

*JONES, Lillie - civil rights activist - v. 181 (1974)
civil rights involvement; Depression and World War II; farms and black landowners

*JONES, Rex
discussed in: Wilson, L.A. - v. 66

*JONES, Scott Sr. - railroad worker - v. 535 (1981)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) career working for the railroads

*JONESTOWN, Mississippi
Jackson, Robert - v. 143

*JORDAN, Eleanor - press secretary to Sen. Edward J. Gurney - v. 340 (1981)
career as press secretary to Sen. Edward Gurney; education; immigrant experiences of grandfather; Sadat, Anwar; Tampa Tribune, experiences at

*JOURNALISTS and JOURNALISM
Beets, Eva - v. 168
Bradley, Norman - v. 194
Brown, Robert - v. 60
Caire, Ronnie - v. 314
Carter, Betty - v. 150
Catledge, Turner - v. 1
Chambers, Elsie May - v. 515
Cotton, Gordon - v. 235
Crump, Brodie - v. 53
Davis, Ben - v. 524
Dunn, Burris - v. 331
Emmerich, Oliver - v. 16
Gaudet, William - v. 382
Haas, Irene - v. 272
Hairston, Jack - v. 335
Hewitt, Purser - v. 10
Horne, McDonald - v. 142
Johnston, Erle - v. 276
Jordan, Eleanor - v. 340
Lipscomb, Edward - v. 145
McDavid, E.G. - v. 161
McDavid, O.C. - v. 166
McLean, George - v. 39
Pittman, Paul - v. 553
Smith, Michael - v. 448
Tims, P.A. - v. 387
Walters, Carl - v. 170
Wilkes, Eugene - v. 588
Willoughby, Mrs. B. - v. 247
Wilson, L.A. - v. 66
Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67
see also: broadcasting; literature and authors; newspapers and newspaper work

*JUDICIARY IN MISSISSIPPI
see: Mississippi, judiciary of

*JUNIOR COLLEGE COMMISSION
Quave, Russell - v. 189

*JUNKIN, John R.
discussed in: Davis, Russell - v. 55; Maples, Darwin - v. 174; Newman, C.B. - v. 447; Ramsay, Claude - v. 215; Simmons, Hansford - v. 77

K

*KAUCHICK, Eddie - USM athlete - v. 734 (1995)
family background; coming to Mississippi Southern College; Vann, Coach Thad "Pie"; Hall of Fame; memorable football games; comments on players; superstitions; changes on USM campus

*KAY, Linda - state department of education - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council; education reform

*KEESLER Air Force Base, Biloxi, Mississippi
Stegenga, Piet and Valena - v. 201
see also: Biloxi, Mississippi

*KEFAUVER, Estes
discussed in: Bradley, Norman - v. 194; Coleman, J.P. - v. 203

*KELLAR, Alton Dolph - Hancock County Board of Supervisors - v. 454 (1993)
the buffer zone; county politics; family background; government land purchases for the Stennis Space Center; the unit system

*KELLY, Harold - educator - v. 359 (1991)
desegregation of Yazoo City schools; early life and family; education in Mississippi; Mississippi Education Association's merger with Mississippi Teacher's Association; teachers' strike of 1985; World War II service

*KELLY, Jim - Hancock County resident - v. 169 (1979)
establishing a fishing camp; growing up in English Lookout, Mississippi; hunting and trapping; hurricane Camille; the 1915 storm; the 1947 hurricane; the Mississippi Gulf Coast in the early 1900s; the Mississippi wetlands; oil drilling in the marshlands; Pearl River, shipping on; railroad work; South's largest oyster factory; migrant Polish workers; Pearlington and Logtown

*KEMPER COUNTY, Mississippi
Clark, Obie - v. 699
McFarland, Jesse - v. 541

*KENDRICK, Julia - Lexington and Vicksburg resident - v. 536 (1981)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) being Catholic in Mississippi; civil rights; growing up in Lexington (Holmes County); life in Vicksburg; personalities of politicians, judges, and lawyers; work and politics in chancery clerks' offices

*KENNA, Edgar Douglas - state highway director - v. 246 (1983)
Bilbo, Theodore; Conner, Mike, and Highway Commission; federal funding; gubernatorial election, 1935; gubernatorial election, 1939; highway commissioners; Highway Department, politics of; launching Mississippi's highway program

*KENNARD, Clyde
Brown, R. Jess - v. 20
Sandifer, Iva E. - v. 633

*KENNEDY, Edward M.
discussed in: Abernethy, Thomas - v. 23; Brady, Thomas - v. 2

*KENNEDY, James Russell - Cotton Council International - v. 125 (1977)
as cotton advisor, Department of Agriculture; as president of Cotton Council International; co ops and the NCC; co ops as a separate industry segment; the Cotton Board; Cotton Council problems; Cotton Incorporated; growers vs. merchants; managing the Grading and Market News Service

*KENNEDY, John Fitzgerald
Abernethy, Thomas - v. 23
Barnett, Ross v. 26
Brady, Thomas - v. 2
Cochran, Thad - v. 220
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203
Colmer, William - v. 43
Jackson, Robert - v. 143
McCabe, Gordon - v. 132
Reid, William - v. 134
Smith, Frank - v. 154
Williams, J.B. - v. 106
Yerger, Wirt - v. 204

*KENNEDY, Laurens
discussed in: Howorth, Lucy - v. 297; Mauldin, Byrd - v. 293

*KENNEDY, Robert F.
Abernethy, Thomas - v. 23
Brady, Thomas - v. 2
Henry, Aaron - v. 33

*KENT, Marie Washington - Eureka High School student and Hattiesburg resident - v. 733-3 (1994, 1995)
childhood; Eureka High School; Alcorn College; Fisk University; teaching career; immunizations; African American doctors, dentists, and businesses in Hattiesburg; introduction of industrial education and domestic science

*KEY, Al - pioneer aviator and mayor of Meridian - v. 83 (1973)
broadcast of the Key Brothers flight; the Key Brothers endurance flight; mayor of Meridian; organizing the Mississippi Air National Guard; perceptions of state politicians; recollections of pioneer aviators; service during World War II; serving as civil defense director discussed in: Hamilton, M.W. - v. 464; Walters, Carl - v. 170

*KEYS, Ms. Vernon J. - Coahoma Opportunities, Inc. - v. 662 (1994)
family background; Head Start; Community Action Agency; Early Childhood Development Center; involvement in Coahoma Opportunities, Inc. (COI); Clarksdale, from 1945 to 1965; changes due to the civil rights movement; benefits of COI-sponsored programs; downside to COI programs

*KHAYAT, Edward A.
mentioned in: Barber, Walter - v. 44

*KIMBROUGH, Hunter S. - brother in law of Upton Sinclair - v. 206 (1980)
Bilbo, Theodore; Brady, Thomas P.; Sinclair, Upton, comments on; education and early employment; filming in China before 1925 revolution; Jones, Joseph T.; Kimbrough, Allan M.; Lewis, John L.; London, Jack, family of; Long, Huey P.; rare blizzard on Gulf Coast; ties to Jefferson Davis' family; Vardaman, James K.; Williams, John Sharpe; Winter, William

*KIMBROUGH, Sara Dodge - artist; daughter of William de Leftwich Dodge - v. 333 (1980)
family background; Kimbrough's art career; work of Dodge, William de Leftwich

*KINARD, Frank "Bruiser"
mentioned in: Walters, Carl - v. 170

*KING, Clennon
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203

*KING, Martin Luther Jr.
discussed in: Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Jones, Lillie - v. 181; Pace, William - v. 219; Rash, Rev. Sammie - v. 640; Walker, Prentiss - v. 208

*KING, Willis Mae - teacher - v. 664 (1995)
life in 1880s; Eastman-Gardiner Lumber Company; literacy and reading; leisure time and entertainment; marriage and weddings; turpentine; prohibition; teaching; religion; Voting Rights act

*KIRKLAND, J. B. - youth educator - v. 41 (1973)
family's post Civil War experiences; growing up on a farm in Jones County; George Junior Republic; Guest, Edgar; Hoover, J. Edgar; Hoover, Herbert and the Boys Clubs; work with Boys Clubs of America

*KIRKPATRICK, Clifton - National Cotton Council of America - v. 144 (1978)
as director of field services; Cotton Incorporated; NCC organizational conflict and compromise; NCC leaders; NCC; problems with American Farm Bureau; plantation life; Research and Promotion Act of 1967

*KISSINGER, Henry
discussed in: Carr, Patrick - v. 73

*KITCHENS, O.W. - Copiah County native - v. 537 (1975)
(No bound volume; transcript and tapes available.) hobo adventures; life of a sharecropper in Copiah County; migrant work in the U.S. West; primitive artist

*KITCHINGS, Harold - Baptist minister - v. 58 (1973, 1985)
becoming a pastor; Hudgins, Douglas; McCain, William; Mississippi Baptist Foundation; Mississippi governors; pastorate at Kosciusko; relations between church and society; work on the Mississippi Baptist Education Commission

*KITE, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny - Gulfport residents - v. 392-12 (1977)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) changes along the Coast; hurricanes; labor strikes; opening, operating a barber shop; Bilbo, Theodore and other politicians

*KLYCE, Fred - Sardis farmer - v. 304-05 (1978)
(No bound volume; tapes and rough transcript available.) American Agricultural Movement; Panola County

*KNIGHT, Thomas - labor activist and Forrest County native - v. 410 (1992)
AFL CIO merger; Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America; federal trade policies in 1980s, impact of; fighting the right to work amendment; growing up on a farm in Forrest County; holding offices with Mississippi AFL CIO; racial division within state organizations; recession of 1970s, effects of; the UAW in Mississippi see also: laborers and labor unions

*KOREAN CONFLICT
Berry, Sidney - v. 198
Bilbo, Theodore Jr. - v. 151
Carley, John - v. 107
Coberly, William - v. 120
Davenport, Presley - v. 715
Duke, Rodney - v. 171
Johnson, Roger - v. 337
Middleton, Troy - v. 59
Peralta, Gerald - v. 224
Stevens, George - v. 376
see also: Korean prisoners of war

*KOREAN PRISONERS of WAR
Duke, Rodney - v. 171
see also: Korean conflict; Vietnam POWs; World War II POWs

*KOSCIUSKO, Mississippi
Bates, Gladys Noel - v. 689
Hines, Leon -v. 230

*KREOLE, Mississippi
see: Finnish community; Research Guide to the Gulf Coast Collection - v. 392

*KU KLUX KLAN
in general
Ainsworth, Charles - v. 156
Applewhite, Fred - v. 87
Brady, Thomas - v. 2
Byrne, Tony - v. 420
Campbell, Will - v. 157
Clark, Clifton - v. 517
Dukes, William - v. 40
Estes, Mrs. W.E. - v. 54
Griffin, Charles - v. 191
Hall, Stanton - v. 3
Johnson, Roger - v. 337
Lewis, Nathaniel - v. 182
Maples, Darwin - v. 174
McDevitt, Kathleen - v. 665
Mellen, Mrs. E.L. - v. 5
Myers, Hulon - v. 349
Norman, Bradley - v. 194
Sheldon, Anson - v. 565
Sims, A.J. - v. 567
Swan, Jimmy - v. 187
Thigpen, S.G. - v. 74
Walker, Prentiss - v. 208
Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67
Paul B. Johnson Jr.'s involvement with
Johnson, Paul B. III - v. 456
McDaniel, Edward L. -v. 493
Smith, Michael - v. 448
civil rights violence
Bell, Josephine - v. 675
Dukes, William - v. 40
Fairley, J.C. - v. 375
Fairly, Ken - v. 455
Hamilton, M.W. - v. 464
Johnson, Paul B. III - v. 456
Johnson, Pete - v. 441
Key, Al - v. 83
Maples, Darwin - v. 174, v. 695 (part II)
Mars, Florence - v. 179
McDaniel, Edward L. - v. 493
Ramsay, Claude - v. 215
Saxon, George - v. 449

*KUNTZLER, William
discussed in: Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Marx, Charles - v. 185

*KUYKENDALL, Harriet - librarian and teacher - v. 695, Part I (1997)
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*LAAKSO, Frank and Lillian Bennett - Gulf Coast Finnish community - v. 392-13
(1973)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) changes along the Gulf Coast; Finnish community; growing up in Kreole

*LABORERS, LABOR UNIONS and LABOR LEADERS
Boyd, Richard and Earline - v. 383
Evans, Wilson II - v. 638
Kite, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny - v. 392-12
Knight, Tom - v. 410
Lewis, Nathaniel - v. 182
Maples, Clem - v. 94
Marsalis, Harry L. - v. 112
McLean, George - v. 39
Mellen, Grenville - v. 160
Mitchell, H.L. - v. 408
Ramsay, Claude - v. 215
Robinson, Ronald - v. 214
Shelton, Cecil - v. 213
Sternberg, Edward - v. 392-22
Sturdivant, Mike - v. 109
Tyre, S.H. - v. 582
Vickers, Hawkins - v. 37

*LADNER, Heber - Mississippi secretary of state - v. 30 (1972, 1983)
Bilbo, Theodore; cattle dipping; entry into politics; Mississippi in the Depression; Mississippi's agricultural base; the New Deal; perceptions of prominent Mississippians; political perceptions; teaching career; 1936 legislative session; 1972 Democratic National Convention (On deposit also is a document, "Memorial Address by Heber Ladner at the acceptance and unveiling of the statue of Theodore Gilmore Bilbo," April 12, 1954.)
discussed in: Adam, Bidwell - v. 34; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10; Smith, Theo - v. 218

*LAFAYETTE COUNTY, Mississippi
Daniels, Motee - v. 390

*LAKE, Albert - Mississippi state representative and senator - v. 312 (1985)
biographical information; free textbooks; issues of the 1940 legislative session; Johnson, Paul Sr.'s lack of Delta allies; personalities of the 1940 legislative session; the Riddell bill

*LAMAR COUNTY, Mississippi
Sumrall, Richard - v. K4

*LAMBERT, James - Hattiesburg flood of 1974 - v. 285-2 (1974)
(No bound volume; tape available.) evacuation by boat; Leaf River flood; three feet of water inside the house

*LaMUNYON, Ted - aerospace engineer - v. 409 (1992)
Mississippi Test Facility; personal background; space shuttle main engine testing program; testing problems

*LANDSKOV, N. L. - USM professor - v. 277 (1974)
academic freedom at USM; College of Education and Psychology; early career; family and personal life; growing up in Minnesota; Hattiesburg, perceptions of; Lucas, Aubrey; McCain, William; McLemore, R.A.; race relations at USM; teaching at Arizona State University; teaching at USM; USM deans

*LANE, Dewey Hobson - Republican Party in Mississippi - v. 338 (1979)
1976 presidential election, New York delegation and threats against; strategies on convention floor; Carmichael, Gil; desegregation in Pascagoula; Donovan-Lane clothing store; education; family background; Goldwater, Barry; Hattiesburg, perceptions of; Lott, Trent; medical practice: frustrations, thoughts on socialization; Methodist church, dissension within; Nixon, Richard; Reagan, Ronald; Reed, Clarke; Republican Party in Mississippi: as a social forum, delegate system explained, delegates to presidential convention, growth of in Jackson and Mississippi, gubernatorial race in 1980, joining, local vs. state GOP, organization, precinct mechanics, presidential campaign of 1976, state central committee

*LANGLEY, Fred R. - Jackson native - v. 52 (1972)
Battlefield Park in Jackson; Civil War tales; Jackson in the early-twentieth-century; Jackson mayors; opening of Camp Shelby; prominent politicians; railroads; steamboats on the Pearl River; working for Gulf and Ship Island Railroad; WWI service

*LaRUE, Fred
Moye, James - v. 216

*LATIN AMERICA
Dukes, Tommie - v. 488
Gaudet, William George - v. 382
Olden, Sam - v. 406
Powe, William - v. 377

*LAUDERDALE COUNTY, Mississippi
Beaman, S.G. - v. 502
Davis, Ben - v. 524

*LAUREL, Mississippi
Parker, Charlie - v. 400
Walters, Carl - v. 170
see also: Jones County

*Law enforcement
see: courts of law and rulings; crime and law enforcement; the FBI; Mississippi Highway Patrol

*LAW and LEGISLATION
Brown, Jess - v. 20
Byrne, Tony - v. 420
Corlew, John - v. 221
Darby, Cooper - v. 158
DeCell, Herman - v. 207
Hamilton, Charles - v. 252
Pace, William - v. 219
Ramsay, Claude - v. 215
Smith, Theo - v. 218
Winter, William - v. 417
see also: courts of law and rulings, crime and law enforcement, Mississippi Highway Patrol; Mississippi, state government of; names of specific legislators

*LAWRENCE, Dennis - state Civil Defense Council, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-25 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) civil defense; information during the flood; preparations for the flood; results of the flood; working with relief agencies

*LAWSON, W.D. III - National Cotton Council - v. 126 (1977)
Booz, Allen and Hamilton studies; Congress; Cotton Council International; Cotton Incorporated; cotton industry; National Cotton Council; subsidies and surpluses; synthetic fibers; Webb-Pomerine Association; world market

*LAYTON, Reber - Jackson public schools - v. 538 (1979)
gifted students; parents learning new math; integrating public schools; white flight; influence of television; personal background

*LEAKE COUNTY, Mississippi
Beaman, S.G. - v. 502

*LEE, Clay - Methodist minister - v. 186 (1980)
becoming a minister; coverups and the FBI; black churches; Mars, Florence, and the church; Galloway Memorial Methodist Church integration crisis; the Klan; Marney, Carlyle; Philadelphia to Philadelphia program; serving as a pastor in Philadelphia, Mississippi; Sheriff Rainey and Deputy Price; the civil rights murders
see also: Mars, Florence - v. 179

*LEE, Dan M. - state supreme court justice - v. 326 (1979)
(Interviewee retains literary property rights.) civil procedure; constitutional convention; diversification of the court; intermediate court; perception of Justice Broom; selection of justices; sovereign immunity; state supreme court

*LEE, Ivan - Hattiesburg flood of 1974 - v. 285-3 (1974)
(No bound volume; tape available.) aftermath; evacuation; flood preparations; twenty feet of water inside

*LEE, Mary Alice - Jackson psychiatrist, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-26 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) working with the EOC; evacuation centers; treating injuries; personal damage to home; emotional effects of the flood

*LEE, Robert E.
Applewhite, Fred - v. 86
Foote, Shelby - v. 79
see also: Civil War

*LEE COUNTY, Mississippi
Beaman, S.G. - v. 502

*LEECH, Dewey C. - teacher and legislator - v. 86 (1975)
at Mississippi Normal College; Bilbo, Theodore; Bond, W.F.; Conner, Mike; Cook, Joe; educational experiences; Football Hall of Fame; growing up in Monroe County; influential legislators; Laidlaw Brothers; other Mississippi politicians; serving as a state legislator; Tubb, Jack

*LEGAL EDUCATION ADVISORY COMMISSION
Black, Maurice - v. 379

*Legislators
see: Mississippi - state and local officials; U.S. House of Representatives; U.S. Senate

*LEHMAN, Rudolf - German immigrant to Mississippi - v. 88 (1973)
amusements; founding of Oldenburg, Mississippi; a German immigrant in Mississippi; German Americans in World War I

*LESTER, Garner M. - National Cotton Council - v. 127 (1977)
business career; cotton gin business; cotton industry problems; establishing a water system; formation of the National Cotton Ginners Association; ginners organize; growing up in Jackson in the early twentieth century; labor problems; National Cotton Council; NCC leaders; state politicians; Sullens, Fred; the Tax Association

*LESTER, Horace - Lester Engineering Co. - v. 295-27 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) Part I: levees on the Mississippi River; Pearl River Basin, problems and assets; Pearl River Industrial Commission/Pearl River Valley Water Supply District; projects on the Ross Barnett Reservoir. Part II: family background; schooling and early work; World War II, service in the Pacific; city engineering in Jackson

*LEWIS, Arthur - dean, University of Mississippi - v. 165 (1979)
as a consultant at Oak Ridge Institute; Bilbo purges; desegregation in Little Rock, Arkansas; education during the Depression; Meredith, James at Ole Miss; the Mississippi Academy of Sciences: executive officer, presidents, the AAAS; Ole Miss chancellors; perceptions of prominent Mississippians; truck farms in Crystal Springs

*LEWIS, Cathy (pseudonym) - Hattiesburg resident - v. 462 (1993)
AIDS and activism; gay and lesbian community in Hattiesburg; harassment; Mississippi University for Women

*LEWIS, John L.
discussed in: Kimbrough, Hunter - v. 206; Michaels, Sheila Shiki y Kessler - v. 732; Mitchell, H.L. - v. 408

*LEWIS, Nathaniel - railroad worker and civil rights activist - v. 182 (1978)
church bombings; civil rights activity and observations; COFO; Evers, Charles; Finch, Cliff; Freedom Schools; growing up in McComb; labor unions; McComb statement of principles; Moses, Bob; observations of and work in the Democratic party; Howard, Perry and the Republican Party; Pike County Democratic Executive Committee; race relations in Pike and Amite Counties; registering to vote in Pike County; violence in McComb; the Voter's League; WWII service; the Whitecaps; working for the Illinois Central Railroad

*LEWIS. T.W. - religion professor, Millsaps College - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*LIBERTY, Mississippi
Clower, Jerry - v. 38

*Lieutenant governors of Mississippi
see: Mississippi, state and local officials

*LINCOLN COUNTY, Mississippi
Clark, Clifton - v. 517
Mullen, Mrs. E.L. - v. 5

*LINDBERGH, Charles A.
mentioned in: Hamilton, M.W. - v. 464; Key, Al - v. 83

*LINDEN plantation, Yazoo City, Mississippi
Clark, Andrew - v. 407

*LIPSCOMB, Edward L. - National Cotton Council of America - v. 145 (1977)
American Farm Bureau, problems with; the NCC; beginning with the NCC; Clayton Rand; cotton promotion; freshness campaign; Governor's Lady Series; growing up in Clay County; Maid of Cotton Program; Mississippi Advertising Commission; NCC's major contributions; NCC's problems and early development; newspaper career; William Faulkner

*LITERATURE and AUTHORS
Brady, Thomas - v. 2
Caldwell, Erskine - v. 13
Deal, Borden - v. 193
Foote, Shelby - v. 79
Hamilton, Charles - v. 252
Morris, Willie - v. 110
see also: Allen, George - v. 21; Carter Jr., Hodding; Faulkner, William; journalists and journalism; Kirkland, J.B. - v. 41; newspapers and newspaper work

*LITTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSE
McKenzie, Maude - v. 542

*LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas
Campbell, Will - v. 157
Lewis, Arthur - v. 165

*LOCKARD, Jacob T. - Jackson County resident - v. 436 (1993)
growing up in Jackson County; Jackson County Port Authority, serving on; Mississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge; Seabees, service in Boston, 1942-45; timber industry in Jackson County around 1900; transportation in early 1900s; Vancleave Consolidated School District

*LOCKETT, Aubrey L. - National Cotton Council - v. 128 (1977)
as Council president; as NCC treasurer; Cotton Producers Institute; establishment of Cotton Incorporated; establishment of the Texas Cotton Ginners Association; Federal Farm Program; formation of the NCC; serving as Texas unit chairman of the NCC

*LOFTON, Mrs. Robert - Morgantown resident, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-28 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) flood preparations; Church of Christ in Morgantown; flooding damage to home and church

*LOFTIN, Sadie - Pine Hills region resident - v. 635 (1995)
Great Depression; Hattiesburg; education; religion

*LOGTOWN, Mississippi
Hover, Mrs. J.W. - v. 446

*LONG, Earl
discussed in: Hull, Edgar - v. 439

*LONG, Huey P.
Adam, Bidwell - v. 34
Carter, Betty - v. 150
Catledge, Turner - v. 1
Emmerich, John Oliver - v. 16
Gaudet, William - v. 382
Hull, Edgar - v. 439
Kimbrough, Hunter - v. 206
Mellen, Grenville - v. 160
Middleton, Troy - v. 59
Reyer, Alma - v. 89
Swetman, Glenn - v. 391
see also: Weiss, Carl

*LONG BEACH, Mississippi
see: Research Guide to the Gulf Coast Collection - v. 392

*LONGINO, Andrew H.
discussed in: Reyer, Alma - v. 89; Todd, H.P. - v. 70

*LONGO, John Jr. - mayor of Waveland - v. 269 (1979)
accomplishments as alderman and mayor; being in the Merchant Marines in China; campaigning for office; frozen food industry; Hurricane Camille; Southern Frosted Foods

*LOPEZ, Julius M. Jr. - FBI special agent - v. 149 (1978)
Biloxi seafood business; the Brinks case; career with the FBI; Clark Shaughnessy; Detroit Tigers training camp in Gulfport; J. Edgar Hoover; playing football; Trigger Burke

*LOTT, Trent
discussed in: Foote, L.Y. Sr. - v. 72; Moye, James - v. 216

*LOTT, Willis H. - World War II veteran, Hattiesburg resident - v. 620 (1980)
World War II; Patton; 79th Infantry; Cherbourg, France; Omaha Beach; POW experiences; liberation of Strasbourg, France; E508 Engineers; Agriculture in Mississippi; sharecropping and mechanization; soybeans; Redgum Plantation; race relations

*LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Hull, Edgar - v. 439
Wiley, Bell Irvin - v. 211

*LOWERY, Charles - history professor, Miss. State Univ. - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*LOWNDES COUNTY, Mississippi
Cook, A.B. - v. 290
Hardy, Robert - v. 395

*LOYALIST Democrats
Hall, Stanton - v. 3
Hamer, Fannie Lou - v. 31
Henry, Aaron - v. 33
see also: Democratic Party in Mississippi

*LUCAS, Aubrey - president, USM - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council
discussed in: Durkee, Peter E. - v. 608; Green, Bernard Reed - v. 655; Johnson, Roger - v. 337; Landskov, N.L. - v. 277

*LUCKETT, Jeanne - writer-producer, Communication Arts - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*LUCKETT, Semmes - lawyer and political activist - v. 370 (1977)
Bilbo, Theodore G.; Clarksdale law practice; Dixiecrat affiliation; early life and family; Eastland, Jim; Greenwood law practice during the Depression; Johnson, Paul Jr.; litigation against school integration; race relations
discussed in: Ross, Harvey T. - v. 663

*Lumber industry in Mississippi
see: timber, logging, and lumber industries

*LUMBERTON, Mississippi
Bilbo, George - v. 440
Culpepper, J.P. - v. 14
Ratcliff, Wade - v. 557

*LUMPKIN, F. S. Sr. - Pearl River County resident - v. 102 (1974)
organizing the First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Picayune; perceptions of state and community leaders; and the railroad union; railroad work; the turpentine era

*LUMPKIN, Franklin Spence Jr. - businessman, Pearl River County resident - v. 103 (1977)
cattle dipping and open ranges; the Crosby family; establishment of the Bank of Picayune; growing up in Carriere; important people in the area; Indians in Pearl River County; memories of logging camps; virgin forests and the lumber industry

*LUMPKIN, John
discussed in: Amacker, A.O. - v. 78; Lumpkin, Franklin Jr. - v. 103

*LUMPKIN, Pete
mentioned in: Lumpkin, Franklin Jr. - v. 103

*LYMAN, Mississippi
Carley, John - v. 107
Oberlies, Adolf - v. 392-16

*LYNCHINGS in Mississippi
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203
Estes, Mrs. W.E. - v. 54
Howell, Mrs. J.D. Sr. - v. 237
Hughes, Jessie - v. 237
Mitchell, H.L. - v. 408
Myers, Hulon - v. 349
Peters, Pete - v. 550
Reyer, Joe - v. 90
Tims, P.A. - v. 387
Vasselus, Paul - v. 152
Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67
see also: hangings; racial violence

*LYNN, Bruce - president of National Cotton Council - v. 299 (1977)
background; Cotton Incorporated; cotton industry issues; Cotton Producers Institute; National Cotton Council
discussed in: Blair, Raymond - v. 119
 
 
 

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*MacARTHUR, Douglas
Beatty, Francis - v. 117
Carley, John - v. 107
Jackson, Robert - v. 143
Middleton, Troy - v. 59
Peralta, Gerald - v. 224
see also: Korean Conflict; World War I; World War II

*MADDOX, Lester
discussed in: Brown, Robert W. - v. 60

*MADISON COUNTY, Mississippi
Banks, Earl - v. 380

*MAGEE, Mississippi
Napier, Irene - v. 259

*MAGEE, Clarence - Hattiesburg educator and activist - v. 714 (1997)
early childhood; segregation; teaching experiences; polls taxes and registering to vote; desegregation in Hattiesburg; biracial committee; Freedom Summer; Freedom Schools; role of local NAACP; racial violence; successes and failures of the civil rights movement

*MAGEE, Ruby - civil rights activist - v. 17 (1972, 1985)
black organizations; Black Panthers; black power; civil rights activity at Jackson State; early civil rights activity; Freedom Riders; growing up in Walthall County; Meredith, James; Lake Lucy and a fishing camp; the Meredith march; problems in the black community; race relations; state black leaders; Carmichael, Stokley; timber farming; voter registration; working in anti-poverty programs

*MAGGIO, Henry - Hurricane Camille survivor - v. 240 (1980)
aftermath; eye of the storm; family background; medical practice; warnings; wind

*MAID of COTTON Program
Blake, William Rhea - v. 138
Lipscomb, Edward - v. 145
see also: National Cotton Council

*MAIN STREET Methodist Church, Hattiesburg
Johnson, Z.T. - v. 278

*MANNING, Archie
discussed in: Walker, Carl - v. 270

*MAPLES, Clem - railroad worker, seaman, union member - v. 94 (1972)
Bilbo and Harrison; Depression life; early railroad travels; Hattiesburg; Hattiesburg Trades and Labor Council; Hazelhurst; hobos; Jimmy Doolittle; KKK and Canadians; McComb; railroad work; recollections of famous men; sawmills and lumber; striking in Arkansas; towboats, shipping and seaman work; union violence and the First Battle of McComb; work as a "Boomer" machinist; work as a ship's mechanic; World War II defense work

*MAPLES, Darwin - state circuit court justice - v. 174 (1976) & v. 695, Part II (1997)
Vol. 174: jurisprudence; law practice; memorable cases; open range legislation; political career; threats against; workings of the circuit court (Also deposited are a speech on reel-to-reel tape and one envelope of newspaper clippings.)
Vol. 695: Mississippi Humanities Council; Ku Klux Klan; Dahmer case

*MARCANTONIO, Vito
mentioned in: Griffin, Charles - v. 191; Williams, J.B. - v. 106

*MARDI GRAS
McDermott, John - v. 368
Swetman, Glenn - v. 391

*MARION COUNTY, Mississippi
Holloway, Mariah - v. 392-10
see also: Columbia, Pearl River, 1979 flood

*MAROS, Mike - National Cotton Council - v. 300 (1977)
background in cotton industry; National Cotton Council; NCC chairmanship of the board; NCC presidency

*MARS, Florence - Philadelphia resident and author - v. 179 (1978)
civil rights violence; crisis in Philadelphia; Emmett Till murder trial; Freedom Summer; Neshoba County Fair; the Philadelphia civil rights murders; Rev. Clay Lee and the Philadelphia murders; segregation as a way of life; writing about Philadelphia

*MARSALIS, Harry L. - railroad worker - v. 112 (1978)
the Battle of McComb; blacklisted; cattle dipping; growing up in McComb; railroad employment; railroad union activity; the railroads and World War I; Samuel Gompers and other leaders; traveling cross-country to find railroad work; William McAdoo and General Order Number Eight; work as a machinist

*MARSHALL, George C.
discussed in: Bilbo, Theodore Jr. - v. 151; Foote, Shelby - v. 79; Middleton, Troy - v. 59;
see also: World War II

*MARSHALL SPACE FLIGHT CENTER, Huntsville, Alabama
Heimburg, Karl and Bernhard Tessman - v. 399
Herring, Mack - v. 415
Rogers, Arthur - v. 386

*MARTIN, Jobie L. - Eureka High School student and Hattiesburg resident - v. 733-4 (1994, 1995)
Hattiesburg in 1938; working in Gulfport; television show on WJDX; playing football and basketball at Eureka High School; Jackson College; Orange Bowl; teachers and coaches at Eureka High School

*MARTIN, Joe - McComb civil rights activist - v. 713 (1995)
early civil rights involvement; meeting Bob Moses; race relations in McComb; racial violence; SSNC; COFO; Marshall Ganz; business boycott in McComb; Oliver Emmerich and the Enterprise-Journal; shortage of teachers; personal experience with racism; results of the McComb civil right movement; Reverend Ed King; Pike County

*MARTIN, Joseph W. Jr.
mentioned in: Langley, Fred - v. 106

*MARX, Charles - McComb native - v. 185 (1976)
Birdsong, T.B.; cattle rustling; Evers, Charles; Freedom Riders; gambling; Grenada; growing up in McComb; Jackson State riot; Kuntzler, William; Mississippi Highway Patrol; Ole Miss riot; state officials

*MASSINGALE, Anne - Quitman resident - v. 271-13 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) lifestyle, work, and attitudes in early twentieth century Clarke County

*MATHISTON, Mississippi
Clegg, Hugh - v. 99
see also: Wood Junior College, Mathiston, Mississippi.

*MATTHEWS, Burnita
see: Frohman, Patricia, Betty Jones and Mary Seaton - v. 688

*MATKIN, William R. - engineer, U. S. Corp of Engineers - v. 393 (1991)
acquiring land for the Mississippi Test Facility; cemeteries, removal from space-center site; resistance of residents to government confiscation of land for site

*MAULDIN, Bill
Middleton, Troy - v. 59

*MAULDIN, Byrd - Mississippi state representative - v. 293
Bailey, Tom; Connor, Mike; Constitutional Convention; Highway Commission; Kennedy, Laurens; legislation, comments on; Lumpkin, Sam; political issues in 1932; running for office in 1932; Sillers, Walter; Special Session of 1935; state legislature of 1940

*MAVAR, Victor - Mississippi Republican - v. 350 (1979)
Gulf Coast seafood industry; merchant marine, service in; Mississippi Republican Party: 1976 Republican National Convention, black participation, evaluation of Republicans in Mississippi, philosophy of, Republicans at state and national level

*MAY, W.T. - Simpson County resident - v. 539 (1976)
(No bound volume; tape available.) growing up in Simpson County; cotton ginning and sawmill work; work as a county agent for the extension service

*MAY, William - railroad, forestry division - v. 642 (1991)
Illinois Central Railroad agriculture department, forestry division; railroad

*MAYERSVILLE, Mississippi (Issaquena County)
Blackwell, Unita - v. 334
Ripley, Minnie - v. 341

*MAYES, J. E. - National Cotton Council of America - v. 131 (1977)
background; Cotton Incorporated; President of the NCC

*MAZIQUE, Mamie Lee - Natchez resident- v. 677 (1996)
Natchez; St. Francis Catholic School; Brumfield High School; race relations

*McADOO, William Gibbs
discussed in: Barber, Walter - v. 44; Colmer, William - v. 43; Marsalis, Harry - v. 112

*McASHAN, Maurice
mentioned in: Wilson, Clyde v. 136

*McCABE, W. Gordon Jr. - National Cotton Council of America - v. 132 (1977)
American Cotton Manufacturers Association; cotton industry; early cotton industry work; NCC; textile industry; two price cotton controversy

*McCAIN, William D.
Bahr, Howard - v. 199
Cook, Robert - v. 4
Durkee, Peter E. - v. 608
Green, Bernard Reed - v. 655
McLemore, Richard - v. 25
Roberts, Mrs. Anna - v. 6
Stevens, Boswell - v. 9
Turner, Thomas - v. 28
Walker, J. Fred - v. 163
Wilber, Leon - v. 101
see also: University of Southern Mississippi
discussed in: Berryman, Joe - v. 50; Hale, Edwin - v. 68; Johnson, Roger - v. 337; Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144; Landskov, N.L. - v. 277

*McCARTHY, Joseph R.
mentioned in: Williams, J.B. - v. 106

*McCARTY, Louise - Quitman resident - v. 271-14 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) lifestyle, work, and attitudes in early twentieth century Clarke County

*McCARTY, Oseola - Hattiesburg resident, USM benefactor - v. 657 (1996)
turpentine camps; Great Depression; civil rights movement; World War II; Hattiesburg history; donation to USM

*McCAUGHEY, Eloise "Miss Ned" - Hattiesburg resident - v. 95 (1975)
adult life; a black reared by whites; Hattiesburg and its citizenry; never accepted by blacks; perceptions of prominent individuals; problems with education

*McCOMB, Mississippi
Billings, Earle - v. 260
Bryant, Curtis - v. 717
Case, Carroll - v. 672
Cotten, Paul - v. 644
Dukes, William - v. 40
Emmerich, Oliver - v. 16
James, Newton - v. 695, part I
Lewis, Nathaniel - v. 182
Maples, Clem - v. 94
Marsalis, Harry - v. 112
Martin, Joe - v. 713
Marx, Charles - v. 185
McDavid, E.G. - v. 161
Norris, Mildred - v. 69
Steptoe, Eldridge W. Jr. - v. 653
see also: Battle of McComb

*McCORMACK, John
discussed in: Abernethy, T.G. - v. 23; Griffin, Charles - v. 191; Walker, Prentiss - v. 208; Williams, J.B. - v. 106.

*McCOY, Elmer - Mississippi congressman - v. 310 (1984)
background; race for Congress, 1935; 1940 legislative session

*McDANIEL, Anise - teacher - v. 664 (1995)
life in 1880s; Eastman-Gardiner Lumber Company; literacy and reading; leisure time and entertainment; marriage and weddings; turpentine; prohibition; teaching; religion; Voting Rights act

*McDANIEL, Edward L. - Natchez resident, Ku Klux Klan Grand Dragon - v. 493 (1977)
Ku Klux Klan Grand Dragon; White Knights; growing up in Natchez; race relations in Mississippi and California; Freedom Summer; Evers, Mayor Charles

*McDAVID, E. G. - Houston Chronicle - v. 161 (1974)
Bilbo, Theodore; a career at the Houston Chronicle; early newspaper career; Emmerich, Oliver; growing up in McComb; state politicians; Wilk-Amite Record

*McDAVID, O. C. - Mississippi journalist and newspaper owner - v. 166 (1975)
art endeavors; Bilbo, Theodore; Carter, Hodding Jr.; cattle dipping controversy; the Hedermans; McComb; newspapermen; newspaper philosophy; newspaper work; political perceptions; politicians; publishing the Tylertown Times; Rand, Clayton; Sullen, Fred; working for the McComb Enterprise Journal, State Times, Birmingham News, and Jackson Daily News

*McDERMOTT, John - hospital administrator and carnival organizer - v. 368 (1978)
Biloxi, work in; carnival on the Gulf Coast; early life and family; Howard Memorial Hospital, administration of; Hurricane Camille; Mithras Neptune; school district, business manager of

*McDEVITT, Mrs. J.A. - Ellisville native - v. 540 (1977)
(No bound volume; tapes and rough transcript available.) memories of turn-of-the-century life; Gulfport; Shubuta

*McDEVITT, Kathleen - Bassfield resident - v. 665 (1979)
Bassfield; Catholics and Catholicism; World War I; prohibition; 1920s Bassfield; Great Depression; cotton production; tenant farming; Agricultural Adjustment Administration; Hurricane Camille; Influenza epidemic of 1918; Bilbo, Theodore; White, Hugh; Eastland, James O.; Stennis, John; race relations; Ku Klux Klan

*McDOUGAL, William A. - Clarksdale resident, postal worker - v. 634 (1994)
World War II; Army Air Corps mechanic; Randolph Air Field; World War II, effects on Mississippi; registering to vote; discrimination in the post office; segregation in the military

*McFARLAND, Jesse - Kemper County native - v. 541 (1975)
(No bound volume; draft and tape available.) growing up on turn-of-the-century farm in Kemper County; crops; family

*McGEHEE, Daniel Rayford
mentioned in: Coleman, J.P. - v. 203

*McGOVERN, George
mentioned in: Bradley, Norman - v. 194

*McGOWAN, Eunice - Quitman resident - v. 271-15 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) lifestyle, work, and attitudes in early twentieth century Clarke County

*McKELLAR, Charles - press secretary to Gov. William Waller - v. 93 (1976)
military career; political career; "pro blue" program fiasco; Waller, William; the Waller administration; working with Governor Waller
see also: Waller, William

*McKELLAR, Kenneth
mentioned in: Clegg, Hugh - v. 99

*McKENZIE, Maude - Little Red Schoolhouse - v. 542 (1975)
(No bound volume; transcript and tape available.) Little Red Schoolhouse's beginnings; mentally handicapped children; growing up on a farm in Scott County; recollections of Ross Barnett, Pat Harrison, and Theodore Bilbo

*McKINLEY, William
discussed in: Haas, Irene - v. 272; Todd, H.P. - v. 70

*McKINNIS family of Hattiesburg
mentioned in: Brady, Thomas - v. 2

*McLAURIN, Anslem J.
discussed in: Brown, Mary E. - v. 81; Todd, H.P. - v. 70
see also: McLaurin family

*McLAURIN, David - Hattiesburg flood - v. 285-6 (1974)
(No bound volume; tape available.) no warning of flood; refuge at Camp Shelby; rescue by volunteers

*McLAURIN family
discussed in: Brady, Thomas - v. 2; Pyles, Dixon - v. 394

*McLEAN, George - editor and publisher, Tupelo Journal - v. 39 (1972)
economic development; editorial philosophy; the Great Depression; Mississippi politics; newspaper philosophy; political philosophy
discussed in: McDavid, O.C. - v. 166; Walters, Carl - v. 170
see also: Tupelo Journal

*McLEMORE, Richard Aubrey - educator and archivist - v. 25 (1972)
as president of Mississippi College; early teaching career; faculty in 1940; faculty problems, 1945-54; first acquaintance with USM; Mississippi Southern College, as dean and interim president; Nursing School; selecting Joe Cook's successor; teaching in higher education; the world wars
see also: University of Southern Mississippi
discussed in: Landskov, N.L. - v. 277

*McLENDON, Mr. and Mrs. Frank - Quitman business people - v. 271-16 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) lifestyle, work, and attitudes in early twentieth century Clarke County; cattle; oil wells

*McLENDON, Leland L. - World War II prisoner of war - v. 264 (1980)
POW, capture experience; POW, release from captivity; Quitman, Mississippi, growing up near; Stalag 4A in Czechoslovakia; World War II service

*McMULLAN, Paul W. - First Mississippi National Bank - v. 113 (1974)
Bank of Macon; banking background; banking career in Newton; banking in Hattiesburg; civic works; Newton County Bank; politics

*McNAMARA, Robert S.
Berry, Sidney B. v. 198

*McRANEY, Bob - pioneer radio broadcaster - v. 188 (1975)
background; broadcasters' relations with politicians; broadcasts of outstanding events; changes in radio operations; early radio problems; Mid South Network; Mississippi Broadcasters Association; Radio and Television Museum; Mississippi's radio history; pioneer radio work; radio compared to TV and the print media; WLBT license renewal conflict see also: Broadcasting

*McWILLIAMS, Elsie - Meridian musician - v. 543 (1975)
being Jimmie Rodgers' sister-in-law; writing songs for Rodgers; Rodgers as a person; country music; life in Meridian

*McWILLIAMS, "Shorty"
mentioned in: Walters, Carl v. 170

*MEADVILLE, Mississippi
Mullen, Mrs. E.L. - v. 5
Weathersby, Ned - v. 584

*MEDICINE and MEDICAL developments
general
Arnold, Yvonne - v. 725
Ainsworth, Charles - v. 156
Carter, Sarah - v. 423
Culpepper, J.P. - v. 14
Earles, Ben - v. 190
Hull, Edgar - v. 439
McDermott, John - v. 368
McDevitt, Mrs. J.A. - v. 540
Todd, H.P. - v. 70
Vasselus, Paul - v. 152
nursing
Cameron, Mrs. James - v. 8
Flaherty, Eloise - v. 388
Harkins, Elizabeth - v. 175
Harris, Vonciel - v. 492
Reece, Edith - v. 75
Roberts, Mae - v. 401
Rohrer, Phoebe - v. 561
Sims, Thelma - v. 378
Strong, Evelyn - v. 412
pharmacists
Cohen, James - v. 705
Fielder, Alvin Sr. - v. 709
Thomas, Isaac - v. 733-6
physicians
Culpepper, J.P. - v. 14
Dodgen, Charles - v. 162
Dodson, Marion - v. 413
Hull, Edgar - v. 439
Maggio, Henry - v. 240
Moye, James - v. 216
Owen, George - v. 192
Page, Matthew - v. 695, part II
Ross, T.E. - v. 61
Scanlon, Leo - v. 374
Ward, James - v. 172
see also: diseases and epidemics; mental health; Mississippi State Hospital

*MEEKS, Charlie - Shubuta resident - v. 271-17 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) lifestyle, work, and attitudes in early twentieth century Clarke County

*MEEHAN JUNCTION
Fielder, Alvin Sr. - v. 709

*MEINERS, Don - 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-29 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) flood preparations by Mississippi Power and Light; restoring power after the flood

*MELLEN, Grenville - Gulfport businessman - v. 160 (1974)
establishing the Port of Gulfport; establishment of Ingalls Shipyard; life in Gulfport; Mr. Mellen's Cotton Compress Company; on the New York Curb Exchange; perceptions of memorable personalities; running for the state senate; working towards National Flood Control legislation

*MEMPHIS, Tennessee
Arnold, John v. 433

*MENG, Sue Audrey Marsh - Natchez resident - v. 402 (1992)
Natchez Art Association; operating a tourist court during the 1940s and 1950s; social and economic change in Natchez during the twentieth century; studying art with Marie Hull; teaching during the 1920s

*MENTAL HEALTH
Flaherty, Eloise B. - v. 388
Guysinger, O.H. - v. 371
Pennington, Veronica - v. 549
Scanlon, Dr. Leo - v. 374
Sims, Thelma - v. 378

*MENTALLY handicapped students
McKenzie, Maude - v. 542

*MEREDITH, James
Blass, William J. - v. 639
Clark, Fred Sr. - v. 494
Henry, Aaron - v. 33
Horne, M.K. Jr. - v. 142
Johnston, Erle - v. 276
Lewis, Arthur B. - v. 165
Magee, Ruby - v. 17
Swan, Jimmy - v. 187
Tubb, Thomas Jefferson - v. 490
see also: integration; University of Mississippi
mentioned in: Hall, Stanton - v. 3; Marx, Charles - v. 185; Miller, William. - v. 27

*MERIDIAN, Mississippi
Carmichael, Gil - v. 176
Clark, Obie - v. 699
Fielder, Alvin Sr. - v. 709
Key, Al - v. 83
McWilliams, Elsie - v. 543
Walker, E.M. - Williams, E.B. - v. 92
Webb, J.L. "Skeeter" - v. 585
Williamson, Nate - v. 589
see also: Key, Al - v. 83; Meridian Star

*MERIDIAN STAR, Meridian, Mississippi
Walters, Carl v. 170

*MERRITT, Richard B. - real estate developer; Hurricane Camille survivor - v. 262 (1979)
Atlantic Coast hurricanes; family background; Gulf Coast, development and growth; hurricane Bertha (in Texas); World War II, Coast Guard work Hurricane Camille: evacuation measures; federal assistance; insurance companies; looting; media predictions; preparations; relief agencies

*METHODISTS
Cunningham, W.J. - v. 242
Grant, Charles - v. 298
Lee, Clay - v. 186

*MEXICAN border campaign of 1913
Beatty, Francis - v. 117
Hughes, Jesse - v. 237
Middleton, Troy - v. 59

*MICHAELS, Sheila Shiki y Kessler - COFO project manager in Hattiesburg - v. 732 (1999)
early childhood; Brown decision; joing CORE; working for SNCC; John Lewis and March on Washington speech; stance on Vietnam War; working with Marion Berry Jr.; COFO project manager; voter registration; freedom schools; Sandra Adickes; feminism

*MIDDLETON, Troy H. - Louisiana State University - v. 59 (1973)
as administrative dean and president of Louisiana State University; Mexican Border Campaign (1913); military career; perceptions of prominent Americans; reminiscences about Gov. Huey Long; World War I; World War II (ETO)

*MIHOJEVICH, Tony - Biloxi fisherman, Slavic community - v. 392-14 (1973)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) fishing industry on the Gulf Coast: changes, regulations; fishing in the early twentieth century; hurricanes; shrimp festival; Great Depression

*MILITARY facilities in Mississippi
Eason, Henry - v. 45
see also: Camp Shelby; Camp Van Dorn; Keesler Air Force Base

*MILLER, Glenn
mentioned in: Berryman, Joe - v. 50

*MILLER, Jessye Leflore - USM graduate, class of '23 - v. 544 (1973)
(No bound volume; tape and rough transcript available.) growing up on a farm in the Delta; visiting Parchman; attending USM during the '20s; Hattiesburg during the '20s

*MILLER, William S. "Fish Bait" - House of Representatives - v. 27 (1971)
becoming the House doorkeeper; Bilbo, Theodore; Colmer, William; comments on the House delegation; Dirksen, Everett; fights and altercations in the House
discussed in: Abernethy, Thomas - v. 23; Driegert, Mrs. Aino - v. 47; Hull, Edgar - v. 439; Wilson, L.A. Jr. - v. 66

*MILLS, F.L. - Pine Hills region resident - v. 635 (1995)
Great Depression; Civilian Conservation Corps

*MILLS, Wilbur
mentioned in: Griffin, Charles - v. 191; Williams, J.B. - v. 106

*MILLSAPS COLLEGE, Jackson, Mississippi
Bradley, Norman - v. 194
Clegg, Hugh - v. 99
Cunningham, W.J. - v. 242
Feibelman, Julian - v. 80
Hale, Edwin - v. 68
Monroe, Otho Austin - v. 545

*MILNER, Dumas
mentioned in: Bradley, Norman - v. 194

*MILNER, J. K. - Gulfport businessman - v. 159 (1974)
Harrison County tax assessor; managing the Coca-Cola franchise; the Milners's Coca-Cola distributorship; perceptions of politicians; service in World War II

*MILNER, Joseph W.
Mellen, Grenville - v. 160
Milner, J.K. - v. 159

*MINNIECE, Thomas Y. - Mississippi legislator - v. 319 (1978, 1985)
1939 campaign for legislature; 1940 legislative session, issues; 1940 legislative session; 1952 Democratic National Convention; growing up in Meridian; Lauderdale County Election Commission; Mississippi State, attending; Ole Miss, law school at; people and personalities; bootlegging; civil rights movement; early law career; family background; post-WWII political experience; race for speaker of House of Representatives; World War II service

*MISSISSIPPI, executive branch of
governors
Barnett, Ross - v. 26
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203
Williams, John Bell - v. 106 Winter,
William - v. 417
see also: Johnson, Dorothy - v. 625
lieutenant governors
Adam, Bidwell - v. 34
Corlew, John - v. 221
Dye, Brad - v. 467
Winter, William - v. 417
position of lieutenant governor
White, Jesse - v. 65
see also: Mississippi, state and local officials

*MISSISSIPPI, judiciary of
in general
Banks, Fred L. Jr. - v. 706
Cooper, Darby - v. 158
Ford, Will - v. 304
judges
Carr, Michael - v. 469
Hall, Stanton - v. 3
Hewes, Gaston - v. 392-9
Hewes, William G. - v. 392-9
Howorth, Lucy - v. 297
Maples, Darwin - v. 174
Norris, Mildred - v. 69
Palmer, Merle - v. 419
Porter, L.B. - v. 303
Smith, Luther - v. 11
Watts, L.A. - v. 392-23
Wroten, Joe - v. 476
see also: courts of law and rulings, crime and law enforcement; Mississippi Supreme Court, justices

*MISSISSIPPI, legislature of
1932-44 legislative sessions
Hamilton, Charles - v. 252
Ladner, Heber - v. 30
Lake, Albert - v. 312
Mauldin, Byrd - v. 293
McCoy, Elmer - v. 310
Minniece, Thomas - v. 319
Newcomb, Hugo - v. 313
Owens, George Washington - v. 332
Porter, L.B. - v. 303
Riddell, Tally - v. 317
Smith, Theodore - v. 218
Stewart, Ray - v. 318
Windham, E.P. - v. 315
Woodliff, George - v. 322
general
Farese, Orene - v. 700
Griffin, Charles - v. 191
Howorth, Lucy - v. 297
Leech, Dewey C. - v. 86
Mounger, William - v. 311
Rogers, George W. - v. 652
Simpson, James C. - v. 497
Sparkman, Mr. and Mrs. Colley - v. 289
White, Jesse - v. 65
Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67
see: Mississippi, state and local officials; individual legislators by name

*MISSISSIPPI, state and local officials
mayors
Abernethy, Thomas G. - v. 23
Benson, F.C. - v. 343
Bishop, E.S. - v. 358
Bishop, F.W. - v. 431
Bourne, Robert - v. 295-8
Byrne, Tony - v. 420
Caraway, William J. - v. 345
Carthan, Eddie - v. 478
Davis, Russell - v. 55
Evers, Charles - v. 7
Flynt, Chastaine - v. 295-18
Key, Al - v. 83
Longo, John Jr. - v. 269
Rhoden, L.C. - v. 271-23
Schmidt, C.E. - v. 392-17
Thompson, Bennie - v. 339
Wing, John - v. 347
Wing, Luck - v. 348
state officials, general
Adam, Bidwell - v. 34
Alexander, William B. - v. 364
Banks, Fred L. Jr. - v. 706
Black, Maurice - v. 379
Buckley, Horace - v. 354
Caraway, W.J. - v. 345
Corlew, John - v. 221
Davis, Russell - v. 55
DeCell, Herman - v. 207
Farese, Orene - v. 700
Hardy, Robert - v . 395
Harned, Horace - v. 355
Hicks, Hervey - v. 361
Holleman, Boyce - v. 484
Howorth, Lucy - v. 297
Ladner, Heber - v. 30
Lake, Albert - v. 312
Leech, Dewey - v. 86
Mauldin, Byrd - v. 293
McCoy, Elmer - v. 310
Milner, J.K. - v. 159
Minniece, Thomas - v. 319
Muirhead, Jean - v. 309
Newman, C.B. - v. 447
Owens, George - v. 332
Porter, L.B. - v. 303
Pierce, Clarence - v. 336
Wiggins, F.M. - v. 587
Williams, Kenneth - v. 470
Williamson, Nate - v. 589
Wroten, Joe - v. 476
Yarbrough, George - v. 367
Young, Stanford - v. 396
state officials, governors
Barnett, Ross - v. 26
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203
Williams, John Bell - v. 106
Winter, William - v. 417
see also: Mississippi, executive branch of; Mississippi, judiciary of; Mississippi, legislature of; Mississippi Supreme Court; boards of supervisors (county); names of individual officials

*MISSISSIPPI, state government of
Berry, Sidney - v. 198 (Department of Public Safety)
Eason, Henry -v. 45 (Income Tax Division)
Edwards, Wayne - v. 91 (staff member, Gov. William Waller)
Glazier, Herman - v. 485 (governor's office)
Godwin, George - v. 463 (The Godwin Group)
Johnston, Erle - v. 276 (State Sovereignty Commission)
Triggs, Gene - v. 385
White, Jesse - v. 65 (secretary of the senate)
see also: individuals by name; law and legislation; Mississippi, legislature of; Mississippi, state and local officials

*MISSISSIPPI, turn-of-the-century/early-twentieth-century lifestyle and work
Ainsworth, Charles - v. 156
Amacker, A.O. - v. 78
Applewhite, Fred - v. 87
Ball, Doyle - v. 360
Ball, Mrs. R.E. - v. 389
Beets, Eva - v. 168
Boutwell, Mrs. J.R. - v. 446
Broadus, Jesse - v. 510
Brown, Mary E. - v. 81
Bush, Guy - v. 511
Clark, Andrew - v. 407
Clark, Clifton - v. 517
Conway, Bura - v. 519
Cottingham, Mrs. T.L. - v. 520
Craig, LoRaine - v. 363
Curtis, Perry - v. 523
Davis, Ben - v. 524
Easterling, Luceal - v. 526
Fryant, G.V. - v. 530
Gillespie, Robert - v. 46
Hennington, Mrs. Lamar - v. 76
Johnson, Maud - v. 62
McDevitt, Mrs. J.A. - v. 540
McFarland, Jesse - v. 541
Mihojevich, Tony - v. 392-14
Mullen, Mrs. E.L. - v. 5
O'Neal, C.E. - v. 547
Owens, George - v. 332
Peters, Rosie Ratliff - v. 551
Pittman, Eva Combs - v. 552
Polk, Ida Lee - v. 544
Ponder, Arthur - v. 263
Richardson, Thomas - v. 559
Ross, W.D. - v. 562
Smith, B.F. - 568
Smith, Charlie and Rosie - v. 569
Stewart, Ariel - v. 575
Stewart, Marjorie - v. 576
Sullivan, Shep - v. 577
Sumrall, Richard - v. K4
Terry, Edward - v. 578
Wells, Buck - v. 694
Whitten, Mary - v. 56
Wiggins, F.M. - v. 587
Williamson, Nate - v. 589
see also: Gulf Coast; Hattiesburg, turn-of-the-century life; Research Guide to the Clarke County Collection; Research Guide to the Gulf Coast Collection

*Mississippi A & M
see: Mississippi State University

*MISSISSIPPI ACADEMY of SCIENCES
Dodgen, Charles - v. 162
Lewis, Arthur - v. 165
Walker, J. Fred - v. 163
Ward, James W. - v. 172
see also: Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Laboratory

*MISSISSIPPI ACTION for PROGRESS
Stewart, Peter - v. 712

*MISSISSIPPI ADVERTISING COMMISSION
Lipscomb, Edward - v. 145

*MISSISSIPPI AIR NATIONAL GUARD
Key, Al - v. 83

*MISSISSIPPI BAND of CHOCTAW INDIANS
Jim, Barry Davis Sr. - v. 727-1
York, Jason - v. 727-2
York, Kenneth - v. 727-3
see also: Native American experience in Mississippi

*MISSISSIPPI BAPTIST SEMINARY
Davis, William P. - v. 15

*MISSISSIPPI BOARD of PUBLIC WELFARE
Cavett, Anne - v. 513

*MISSISSIPPI BROADCASTERS ASSOCIATION
McRaney, Bob - v. 188

*MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD
Cosby, Walter - v. 245
see also: railroad industry

*MISSISSIPPI CHANCERY COURT
Cooper, Darby - v. 158

*MISSISSIPPI CHEMICAL CORPORATION
Clower, Jerry - v. 38
Cooper, Owen - v. 57

*MISSISSIPPI CLUB, Washington, D.C.
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203
Fortner, Henry and Rita - v. 238
Lewis, Arthur B. - v. 165

*MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE, Clinton, Mississippi
Amacker, A.O. - v. 78
Cotton, Gordon - v. 235
Hale, Edwin - v. 68
McLemore, R.A. - v. 25

*MISSISSIPPI CONSTITUTION of 1890
discussed in: Griffin, Charles - v. 191

*MISSISSIPPI COUNCIL for NEGRO LEADERSHIP
Moore, Amzie - v. 184
see also: civil rights movement

*MISSISSIPPI ECONOMIC COUNCIL
Sewell, Charles - v. 695, part II
Tatum, Joe - v. 457

*MISSISSIPPI EDUCATION ASSOCIATION
Beard, Trugen - v. 503
Corban, Emma - v. 357
Duckworth, C.J. - v. 352
Johnson, Charles - v. 344
Kelly, Harold - v. 359

*MISSISSIPPI FARM BUREAU
Cooper, Owen - v. 57
Jackson, Robert - v. 143
Stevens, Boswell - v. 9
see also: American Farm Bureau

*MISSISSIPPI FEDERATED COOPERATIVE
Stevens, Boswell - v. 9
see also: American Farm Bureau

*MISSISSIPPI FREE LANCE
Dunn, Burris - v. 331

*MISSISSIPPI FREEDOM DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Blackwell, Unita - v. 334
Collier, Clinton - v. 353
Hamer, Fannie Lou - v. 31
Henry, Aaron - v. 33
Moore, Amzie - v. 184
Watkins, Hollis - v. 670

*MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICT
Darby, Cooper - v. 158
Quave, Russell - v. 189

*MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST RESEARCH LABORATORY
Walker, J. Fred - v. 163
Ward, James W. - v. 172
see also: Mississippi Academy of Sciences

*MISSISSIPPI HIGHWAY PATROL
Berry, Sidney - v. 198
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203
Hughes, Billie - v. 451
Johnson, Paul B. III - v. 456
Marx, Charles - v. 185
Saxon, George - v. 449
see also: courts of law and rulings; crime and law enforcement; FBI

*MISSISSIPPI LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING ACADEMY
Hughes, Billie - v. 451
Marx, Charles - v. 185

*MISSISSIPPI MARKETING COUNCIL
Stevens, George A. - v. 376
Triggs, Gene - v. 385

*MISSISSIPPI MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION
Key, Al - v. 83

*MISSISSIPPI NEGRO DEMOCRATS ASSOCIATION
Greene, Percy - v. 286

*MISSISSIPPI NORMAL COLLEGE, Hattiesburg
Darby, Cooper - v. 158
Green, Bernard Reed - v. 655
Johnson, Mrs. Sydney - v. 173
Leech, Dewey - v. 86
Ross, T.E. Jr. - v. 61
Smith, Luther - v. 11
Whitten, Mary - v. 56
see also: University of Southern Mississippi

*MISSISSIPPI RIVER
riverboats, steamboats and river life
Britt, A.E. - v. 364
Bobb, Victor - v. 507
Craig, LoRaine - v. 363
flood of 1927
Blocker, Jacob - v. 97
Capers, LeGrand - v. 153
Carter, Sarah - v. 423
Clark, Clifton - v. 517
Crosby, L.O., Jr. - v. 155
Crump, Brodie - v. 53
DeCell, Herman - v. 207
Dunn, Read, Jr. - v. 139
Hewitt, Purser - v. 10
Hines, Leon - v. 230
House, Mary - v. 267
Johnson, Mary - v. 533
Johnson, Mrs. S.P. - v. 173
Milner, J.K. - v. 159
Porter, Carrie Louise - v. 366
Thomas, Harry - v. 580
floods and flood control
Byrne, Tony - v. 420
Capers, Legrand - v. 153
Cashion, Ken - v. 466
Lester, Horace - v. 295-27
Reyer, Joe - v. 90 (1900)
see also: floods; natural disasters

*MISSISSIPPI SANDHILL CRANE National Wildlife Refuge, Jackson County, Mississippi
Lockard, Jacob - v. 436
see also: parks, state and national

*MISSISSIPPI SCHOOL for MATH and SCIENCE
Holland, Barbara - v. 695, part I

*MISSISSIPPI SOCIETY, Washington, D.C.
Warrington, James - v. 283

*MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN COLLEGE, Hattiesburg, Mississippi
Cook, R.C. - v. 4
Foote, Katherine Selby - v. 685
Green, Bernard Reed - v. 655
Kauchick, Eddie - v. 734
Maples, Darwin - v. 174
Murchison, Richard A. - v. 671
Napier, Irene - v. 259
Ogletree, Powell - v. 707
see also: University of Southern Mississippi

*MISSISSIPPI STATE HOSPITAL
Flaherty, Eloise B. - v. 388
Guysinger, O. H. - v. 371
Roberts, Mae M. - v. 401
Scanlon, Leo J. Jr. - v. 374
Sims, Thelma - v. 378
Strong, Evelyn - v. 412

*MISSISSIPPI STATE SOVEREIGNTY COMMISSION
Barber, Rims - v. 690
Carr, Michael - v. 469
Collier, Clinton - v. 353
Glazier, Herman - v. 485
Harned, Horace - v. 355
Johnston, Erle - v. 276
Miller, William M. - v. 27
Newsome, Luella - v. 486
Williams, Kenneth - v. 470
Wroten, Joseph - v. 476

*Mississippi State Teachers College
see: University of Southern Mississippi

*MISSISSIPPI STATE TEXTBOOK COMMISSION
mentioned in: Simmons, Hansford - v. 77

*MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY, Starkville, Mississippi
Amacker, A.O. - v. 78
Auter, Henry - v. 261
Byrne, Tony - v. 420
Edwards, Macon - v. 140
Hale, Edwin - v. 68
Johnson, Charles - v. 344
Powe, W.A. - v. 377
Stevens, Boswell - v. 9
Turner, Thomas - v. 28
Sturdivant, Mike - v. 109
Warrington, James - v. 283
Winstead, Don - v. 683

*Mississippi State University Cooperative Extension Service
see: Cooperative Extension Service

*MISSISSIPPI SUPREME COURT
in general
Bryant, Dorothy - v. 323
McLendon, Martin - v. 323
Norris, Mildred - v. 69
justices
Anderson, Reuben - v. 320
Banks, Fred L. Jr. - v. 706
Bowling, Francis - v. 324
Brady, T.P. - v. 2
Broom, Vernon - v. 323
Gillespie, Robert - v. 46
Lee, Dan - v. 326
Robertson, James Lawton - v. 325
Robertson, Stokes Vernon - v. 327
Rodgers, Henry - v. 32
Smith, Lemuel - v. 330
Sugg, Robert - v. 328
Sullivan, Michael - v. 329
see also: courts of law and rulings; Mississippi, judiciary of

*MISSISSIPPI TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
Bates, Gladys Noel - v. 689
Talbert, Ernesting Denham - v. 702

*MISSISSIPPI TEST FACILITY, Hancock County, Mississippi
see: aerospace industry; Stennis Space Center

*MISSISSIPPI UNIVERSITY for WOMEN, Columbus, Mississippi
Lewis, Cathy - v. 462

*MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY
Butts, William - v. 403

*Mississippi Women's College
see: William Carey College

*MITCHELL, Dennis - history professor, Jackson State Univ. - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council; race relations

*MITCHELL, H. L. labor activist and tenant farmer v. 408 (1973)
childhood reminiscences; Lewis, John L.; lynchings in early twentieth century; organizing Gulf Coast fishermen; sharecropping in Mississippi and Tennessee; Southern Tenant Farmers Union

*MITCHELL, John
discussed in: Abernethy, Thomas - v. 23; Henry, Aaron - 33; Mounger, Billy - v. 311

*MIZE, Joe
mentioned in: Darby, Cooper - v. 158

*MIZE, Sid
discussed in: Darby, Cooper - v. 158

*MONROE, Otho Austin - Harrison County resident - v. 545 (1975)
(No bound volume; draft and tapes available.) turpentine camps in Harrison County; lumber industry; school integration; education in Mississippi; football at Millsaps College

*MONROE COUNTY, Mississippi
Leech, Dewey - v. 86
Peacock, Lucille - v. 548

*MONTGOMERY, Bernard "Monty"
mentioned in: Middleton, Troy - v. 59
see also: World War II

*MONTGOMERY, J.T. - Hattiesburg native - v. 546 (1975)
(No bound volume; tape available.) growing up in Hattiesburg; sports and athletics in Hattiesburg; logging camp in Hattiesburg; playing football at USM and Ole Miss

*MONTGOMERY, Walter Scott Sr. - cotton industry executive - v. 133 (1977)
the Cotton Council; cotton industry problems; development of a mail order business; imports; National Cotton Council; synthetic fibers; two-price system

*Moonshine
see: bootlegging

*MOORE, Amzie - civil rights activist - v. 184 (1977)
state NAACP president; civil rights involvement; Doar, John; the first black to get a home loan; Freedom Summer activities; growing up in Grenada County and the Delta; Head Start Program; importance of education; Mississippi Black and Tan Party; Mississippi Council for Negro Leadership; Moses, Bob; organizing the MFDP; sharecropping; Till, Emmett; voter registration movement; Young, Andrew
mentioned in: Cobb, Charles - v. 668; Watkins, Hollis - v. 670

*MOORE, Bertha Martin - Quitman resident - v. 271-18 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) lifestyle, work, and attitudes in early twentieth century Clarke County

*MOORMAN, Charles W.
discussed in: Wilber, Leon - v. 101

*The Morning Star, Greenwood, Mississippi
Smith, Frank - v. 154

*MORRILL, Peter A. - Data Buoy Office, Mississippi Test Facility - v. 442 (1993)
Balch, Jack; early childhood and education; Mississippi Test Facility, selection for Data Buoy Project; National Data Buoy Project; U.S. Coast Guard career

*MORRIS, Willie author v. 110 (1975)
editing vs. writing; editor of Harper's Magazine; editor of the Texas Observer; Frost, Robert; growing up in Yazoo City; "intellectual" defined; Mailer, Norman; current writing; the South; Styron, William; University of Texas

*MORRISON, Claire Boggs - Long Beach resident - v. 392-15 (1976)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) growing up in Long Beach; memories of Congressman Hale Boggs; Hurricane Camille; changes on the Gulf Coast

*MORTICIANS and the mortuary industry
Banks, Earl - v. 380

*MOSELLE, Mississippi (Jones County)
Easterling, Luceal - v. 526

*MOSES, Robert
Brown, Jess - v. 20
Bryant, Curtis - v. 717
Hamer, Fannie Lou - v. 31
Moore, Amzie - v. 184

*MOSS POINT, Mississippi
see: Haarala, Eino - v. 392-8; Research Guide to the Gulf Coast Collection - v. 392

*MOUND Bayou, Mississippi
Benson, F.C. - v. 343
Curtis, Perry - v. 523
McKellar, Charles - v. 93

*MOUNGER, William D. - Republican Party of Mississippi - v. 311 (1977, 1978)
1966 U.S. Senate campaign; 1967 gubernatorial election; 1968 special election for U.S. House of Representatives; 1972 election; 1975 gubernatorial election; 1978 U.S. Senate campaign; background and education; banking; Carmichael, Gil; Cochran, Thad; Giordano, Thomas; managing Party resources; Mississippi politics; Republican affiliations; Republican Party in Mississippi; state Republican Convention of 1968; state Republican Convention of 1972; state Republican Party finance chairman; Mitchell, John; National Republican Convention of 1968; National Review Board for the East-West Center; Nixon administration; Reed, Clarke; Republican National Convention of 1976; Yerger, Wirt
discussed in: Barbour, Haley - v. 301; Bramlett, Leon - v. 205; Cochran, Thad - v. 220; Moye, James - v. 216

*MOUNT OLIVE, Mississippi
Ponder, Arthur - v. 263

*MOYE, James - optometrist, Republican activist, and WWII POW - v. 216 (1981)
advances in eye care and treatment; Air Force career in World War II; Bramlett, Leon; Carmichael, Gil; Colmer, William; flight training and instructing; Eisenhower, Dwight; flying experience in Italy; Gartin, Carroll; Goldwater, Barry; LaRue, Fred; Lott, Trent; Mavar, Victor; Mounger, Billy; National Republican Convention, 1968, 1972, 1976; optometry; Patrick, Bill; personal background; Phillips, Rubel; Pickering, Charles; prisoner of war recollections; Reed, Clarke; Republican party, work in; Republican party in Mississippi; Retzer, Mike; Todd, Lillian; Winter, William; Yerger, Swan; Yerger, Wirt

*MUIRHEAD, Jean - Mississippi state senator - v. 309 (1975)
1968 Democratic Convention; activities in Senate; background and education; growing up in Tallahatchie County; sex discrimination in Mississippi; women in Mississippi politics; work as a legal secretary

*MULLEN, Mrs. E. L. - Meadville city clerk - v. 5 (1972)
Evers, Charles; farm life; growing up in rural Lincoln County; history of Meadville; Mississippi politicians; rural schools; Whitworth College

*MURCHISON, Richard A. - Hattiesburg resident, Vietnam veteran - v. 671 (1996)
Mississippi Southern College; U.S. Army; Vietnam; Tactical Operations Center, Duc Hoa; tactical advisor; Provisional Reconnaissance Units (PRU); University of Southern Mississippi; Johnson, Lyndon; Reserve Officer Training Corps at USM; My Lai Massacre; drug use in Vietnam; race relations among troops in Vietnam; banking

*MURPHREE, Dennis
discussed in: Adam, Bidwell - v. 34; Amacker, A.O. - v. 78; Langley, Fred - v. 52; McDavid, O.C. - v. 166

*MUSEUMS in Mississippi
Lauren Rogers Museum (Laurel) Walters, Carl - v. 170

*MUSIC
Arnold, John - v. 433 (country)
Berryman, Joe - v. 50 (marching bands, music education)
Chatman, Sam - v. 516 (blues)
Caire, Ronnie - v. 314 (Dixieland and big band - Gulf Coast)
Culpepper, Mallard - v. 522 (country)
McWilliams, Elsie - v. 543 (country)
Stanton, Esther - v. 574 (jazz)
Striegler, Kathleen - v. 12 (opera)
Whitten, Mary - v. 56 (music education)

*MYERS, Hulon - timber worker and Hattiesburg resident - v. 349 (1979)
growing up in the Covington County piney woods; Ku Klux Klan activity; logging in early 1900s; lynchings; race relations and other ethnic groups in the camp; Tatum Lumber Company, operation of; Tatum, W.S.F.; turn-of-the-century lifestyle and work; turpentine work; working as a store clerk in a lumber camp

N

*NAPIER, Irene Ponder - elementary and high school teacher - v. 259 (1981)
changes in education and students; discipline in schools; drug problems in school; Great Depression; integration; Magee, Mississippi, race relations in; Mississippi Southern College, attending; teaching at Hopewell; teaching at Magee; teaching at Mount Olive; teacher salaries

*NAPOLEON, Mississippi
Boutwell, Mrs. J.R. and Mrs. J.W. Hover - v. 446

*NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Barrentine, William - v. 619
Cashion, Ken - v. 466
Charlesworth, Clifford - v. 287
Fortune, William C. - v. 649
Heimburg, Karl - v. 399
Herring, Mack - v. 415
Seal, Leo Jr. - v. 482
Spell, William E. - v. 641
see also: Marshall Test Flight Center; Stennis Space Center

*NATCHEZ, Mississippi
Bell, Josephine - v. 675
Byrne, Tony - v. 420
Burns, Peter T. Sr. - v. 729
Curtis, Perry - v. 523
Foote, Katherine Selby - v. 685
Hughes, Billie - v. 451
Mazique, Mamie Lee - v. 677
McDaniel, Edward L. - v. 493
Meng, Sue Audrey - v. 402
Todd, Hiram - v. 70
West, Phillip - v. 629

*NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY
Bell, Robert - v. 504

*NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY
Bell, Robert - v. 504

*NATIONAL ASSOCIATION for the ADVANCEMENT of COLORED PEOPLE
Boyd, Earline and Richard - v. 383
Cobb, Charles - v. 668
Cohen, James - v. 705
Evers, Charles - v. 7
Fairley, J.C. - v. 375 and v. 711
Henry, Aaron - v. 33
Martin, Joe - v. 713
Moore, Amzie - v. 184
Nix, James - v. 443
Phillips, Mamie and Charles - v. 711
Rash, Rev. Sammie - v. 640
West, Phillip - v. 629
see also: civil rights movement

*NATIONAL ASSOCIATION of NEGRO WAR VETERANS
Greene, Percy - v. 286

*NATIONAL BAPTISTS
Davis, William Penn - v. 15

*NATIONAL COTTON COMPRESS and Cotton Warehouse Association
Beatty, Francis - v. 117
Blackburn, Norris - v. 118
see also: cotton industry

*NATIONAL COTTON COUNCIL of AMERICA
Baker, Harry - v. 115
Barringer, Lewis - v. 116
Beatty, Francis - v. 117
Blackburn, Norris - v. 118
Blair, Raymond E. - v. 119
Blake, William - v. 138
Coberly, William - v. 120
Coker, Robert - v. 121
Cortright, George - v. 122
Denton, Chauncey - v. 123
Dunn, Reed - v. 139
Edwards, Macon - v. 140
Ford, Hadley - v. 141
Horne, McDonald - v. 142
Jackson, Robert - v. 143
Kennedy, James - v. 125
Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144
Lawson, W.D. III - v. 126
Lester, Garner - v. 127
Lipscomb, Edward - v. 145
Lockett, Aubrey - v. 128
Lynn, Bruce - v. 299
Maros, Mike - v. 300
Mayes, J.E. - v. 131
McCabe, W. Gordon - v. 132
Montgomery, Walter - v. 133
Power, Carlton - v. 146
Reid, William - v. 134
Runnels, Albert - v. 147
Russell, Albert - v. 147
Sayre, Charles - v. 135
Sears, Earl - v. 148
Stevens, Boswell - v. 9
Wilson, Clyde - v. 136
Youngker, Charles - v. 137
Booz, Allen, Hamilton studies
Denton, Chauncey - v. 123
Ford, Hadley - v. 141;
Russell, Albert - v. 147
discussed in: Catledge, Turner - v. 1
see also: Anderson-Clayton; cotton industry; Cotton Producers Institute; International Institute for Cotton

*NATIONAL COUNCIL of CHURCHES
Campbell, Will - v. 157
Davis, William Penn - v. 15

*NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION
Carter, Mrs. Henrine - v. 244
see also: education

*NATIONAL ENDOWMENT for the HUMANITIES
Carpenter, Barbara - v. 695, part I
Hiatt, Jane - v. 695, part I
Norman, Cora - v. 695, part II
Prenshaw, Peggy - v. 695, part II
Ward, Jerry - v. 695, part II
see also: Mississippi Humanities Council: Oral Histories for the Twenty-fifth Anniversary, vol. 695, parts I & II

*NATIONAL LEAGUE of FAMILIES
Brickell, Doris - v. 266
Collins, Donnie K. - v. 105
see also: Vietnam war; Vietnam prisoners of war

*NATIONAL MARINE FISHERIES SERVICE
Woods, E.G. - v. 435

*NATIVE AMERICAN experience in Mississippi
Jim, Barry Davis Sr. - v. 727-1
York, Jason - v. 727-2
York, Kenneth - v. 727-3

*NATURAL DISASTERS
fires
Vasselus, Paul - v. 152
pine blight
Cashion, Ken - v. 466
tidal wave of 1906
Driegert, Mrs. Aino - v. 47
tornadoes and cyclones
Alford, Sam - v. 177
Capers, Legrand - v. 153
Cashion, Ken - v. 466
Clegg, Hugh - v. 99
see also: Hattiesburg, flood of 1974; hurricanes; Mississippi River, flood of 1927; Mississippi River, floods and flood control; Pearl River, flood of 1979

*NAVAL STORES business
Crosby, L.O. Jr. - v. 155

*NELMS, W. C. - engineer with the Civilian Conservation Corps - v. 381 (1975)
Civilian Conservation Corps, work in; early life and family; soil conservation since World War II; World War II, service in European theater

*NESHOBA COUNTY, Mississippi
Jim, Barry Davis Sr. - v. 727-1
York, Jason - v. 727-2
York, Kenneth - v. 727-3

*NESHOBA COUNTY FAIR
Mars, Florence - v. 179
Smith, Irvin - v. 570
see also: Philadelphia, Mississippi

*NEWCOMB, Rupert Hugo Sr. - Mississippi legislator - v. 313 (1985)
1940 legislative session; Bilbo, Theodore, free textbooks; legislative campaign in Perry County 1939; personalities of the 1940 legislative session; the Riddell bill

*NEW DEAL
Allen, George - v. 21
Bratton, Willie Vance - v. 305
Colmer, William M. - v. 43
Deal, Borden - v. 193
Fairley, J.C. - v. 375
Jackson, Robert - v. 143
Ladner, Heber - v. 30
McLean, George - v. 39
Smith, Andrew G. - v. 239
Todd, H.P. - v. 70
Vasselus, Paul - v. 152
see also: Civilian Conservation Corps; Great Depression; Works Progress Administration

*NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana
Carter, Betty - v. 150
Sheehan, Nora - v. 254
Sinclair, Eleanor - v. 392-21

*NEW YORK TIMES
Catledge, Turner - v. 1

*NEWMAN, C. B. "Buddie" - Miss. house of representatives - v. 447 (1992, 1993)
Agriculture, Industry, Commerce programs; desegregation at University of Mississippi; early life and family; Mississippi state legislature, service in; education reform legislation; governors of Mississippi, relationship with legislature; Barnett, Ross; Coleman, J. P.; Finch, Cliff; Johnson, Paul B. Jr.; Mabus, Ray; Waller, William; White, Hugh; Williams, John Bell; Winter, William; rules, changes in legislative procedure; Sillers, Walter; speaker of the house, Newman's service as (1976-1988); state senate, election to; race relations; railroads, perceptions of; segregation, support for; Yarbrough, George (Deposited along with the interview are newspaper articles, correspondence, and flyers from Mr. Newman's political campaigns.)
discussed in: Ramsay, Claude - v. 215

*NEWMAN Lumber Company
Hennington, Mrs. Lamar - v. 76

*NEWSPAPERS and newspaper work
Caire, Ronnie - v. 314
Emmerich, J.O. - v. 16
Jordan, Eleanor - v. 340
McDavid, E.G. - v. 161
McDavid, O.C. - v. 166
McKellar, Charles - v. 93
Tims, P.A. - v. 387
Walters, Carl - v. 170
Willoughby, Mrs. B. - v. 247
Wilson, L.A. Jr. - v. 66
Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67
see also: journalists and journalism

*NEWTON COUNTY, Mississippi
Fielder, Alvin Sr. - v. 709

*NICHOLS, Thomas - Mississippi National Guard, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-30 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) National Guard during Hurricane Camille; flood preparations; National Guard work during the flood

*NICHOLSON, Roscoe Charles - rocket engineer - v. 404 (1992)
Kennedy Space Center; Michoud Assembly Facility, New Orleans, Louisiana; Mississippi Test Facility; National Space Technologies Laboratory; Redstone Arsenal

*NIGERIA
Davis, Ralph - v. 84
Davis, Mrs. Ralph - v. 85

*Night Riders
see: Ku Klux Klan

*NIOLET, Dorothy Mae DeMetz - Hurricane Camille survivor - v. 226 (1979)
family background; hurricane of 1947 Hurricane Camille: aftermath, relief agencies, storm warnings, water after the storm, and wind

*NIX, James - civil rights activist - v. 443 (1993)
civil rights' activists, arrests of; civil rights movement, achievements of; early experiences; Hattiesburg, Mississippi, NAACP in; military, discrimination in; military, integration of; "The Spirit" activist group

*NIXON, Richard M.
discussed in: Allen, George - v. 21; Carr, Patrick - v. 73; Cochran, Thad - v. 220; Colmer, William - v. 43; Gillespie, Robert - v. 46; Henry, Aaron - v. 33; Mounger, William - v. 311; Swetman, Glenn - v. 391; Thompson, W.B. - v. 270; Wilson, Roberts Jr. - v. 636; Yerger, Wirt - v. 204 Watergate discussed: Abernethy, Thomas G. - v. 23; Carmichael, Gil - v. 176; Cochran, Thad - v. 220; Key, Al - v. 83; Maples, Darwin - v. 174

*NORMAN, Cora - director, Mississippi Humanities Council - v. 432 (1992) & v. 695 (1997)
Vol. 432: feminist issues of the 1960s and 1970s; International Women's Year conference: conservatives, expectations, proceedings, national convention delegates, choosing
Vol. 695: history of the Mississippi Humanities Council; race relations

*NORRIS, Mildred - Hattiesburg city judge - v. 69 (1980)
appointment to the bench; chairwoman of the governor's Committee on the Status of Women; early work; Hattiesburg Mayors Gerrard and Grady; jurisprudence; law practice; perceptions of political personalities; serving as judge (Also deposited with the interview is a copy of Judge Norris's book Bees Don't Sting, People Do.)

*NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION (NATO)
Eaton, Robert E. Lee - v. 601

*NOTES from INTERVIEWS CONDUCTED by VICTORIA E. BYNUM - v. 698 (1993, 1994, 1996)
Interviews conducted for book Mississippi's Longest Civil War: Memory, Community, and the "Free State of Jones" Notes on interviews with Ethel Knight of Collins; Earle Knight of Laurel; Florence Blaylock, Olga Watts. Dorothy Marsh, Lois Knight, and Annette Knight of Soso; Audrey Knight Crosby of Soso; Jeannette Smith, Sandra Shaw and Flo Wyatt of Soso. Also included are notes from interviews conducted by Florence Blaylock with Yvonne Bevins, Anita Williams, and Annette Knight of Kelly Settlement. They discuss Newton Knight, the Free State of Jones, the origins of Kelly Settlement, "White" Negroes, and legends about Newt Knight.

*NOXUBEE COUNTY, Mississippi
Whitten, Mary - v. 56

*NUCLEAR WEAPONS
Allen, George E. - v. 21

*NUREMBERG war crimes trials
Dunaway, Dave - v. 411
Rimer, Wendell D. - v. 669

*Nursing
see: medicine and medical developments


O

 

 

*OAK RIDGE INSTITUTE
Alford, Sam - v. 177
Lewis, Arthur - v. 165
see also: World War II

*OBERLIES, Adolph - Gulfport resident, German immigrant - v. 392-16 (1978)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) farming in Lyman; Hurricane Camille; immigrating to the U.S.; moving to Gulfport; World War II

*OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY and HEALTH ADMINISTRATION
and the cotton industry: Blair, Raymond - v. 119; Coberly, William - v. 120; Edwards, Macon - v. 140; Wilson, Clyde - v. 136
see also: Environmental Protection Agency

*Ocean Springs, Mississippi
see: Research Guide to the Gulf Coast Collection - v. 392

*O'FERRAL, Charles A. - Hattiesburg resident - v. 96 (1975)
growing up in Enterprise at the turn of the century; Hattiesburg in 1900; J.C. Penney, working for; malaria; mercantile business; Sherman's raid; State Teachers College; storms; Tatum, W.S.F.

*OGLETREE, Powell - USM alumni director - v. 707 (1997)
early childhood; enrolling in Mississippi Southern College; World War II; USM; Dr. R.C. Cook; athletics and alumni; Presient McCain; gaining university status; campus construction; alumni foundation; Dr. Lucas; Danforth Chapel; student alumni association; computer conversion

*OIL and GAS industry in Mississippi
Chain, Bobby - v. 51
Davenport, Presley - v. 715
Fairchild, Wiley - v. 212
Fryant, G.V. - v. 530
Hughes, Dudley - v. 233
Kelly, Jim - v. 169
Ladner, Heber - v. 30
Leech, Dewey - v. 86
Maples, Darwin - v. 174
McLendon, Mrs. and Mrs. Frank - v. 271-16
Olden, Samuel - v. 406
Russum, Bennie - v. 351
Tatum, Joseph - v. 457
Walker, E.M. and Williams, E.B. - v. 92

*O'KEEFE, Jerry
mentioned in: Hubbell, William - v. 64

*OKOLONA, Mississippi
Abernethy, Thomas - v. 23
Allen, George - v. 21
Raspberry, William - v. 307

*OLDEN, Samuel B. - Yazoo City native - v. 406 (1992)
Algeria, 1963-66; background; CIA career; Mobil Oil, career with; Peru, 1966-69; Schweitzer, Albert; Tunisia, 1961-63; United Nations Observer; US Embassy in Quito, Ecuador; West Africa, 1952-57; World War II naval service

*OLDENBURG, Mississippi
Lehman, Rudolph - v. 88

*OLDFIELD, Jack - Jackson Public Works, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-31 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) flood preparations by the City of Jackson; road damage; levee at sewage plant

*O'NEAL, C.E. - Stone County resident, veterinarian - v. 547 (1977)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) growing up in turn-of-the-century Stone County; farm life; tick problems with cattle; violence surrounding tick epidemic; being state veterinarian during the Theodore Bilbo administration

*ORANGE, Linwood - English professor, USM - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council; Univ. of Southern Mississippi

*ORRIS, Peter - Freedom Summer participant - v. 626 (1995)
Freedom Summer; adult education

*OUTLAWS of Mississippi
Pace, William - v. 219
Ponder, Arthur - v. 263
Sullivan, Shep - v. 577
Thigpen, S.G. - v. 74
see also: bootlegging

*OWEN, George W. - allergy specialist - v. 192 (1973)
adult life; advances in diagnosing and treating allergies; family background; family genealogy; first allergist in Mississippi; general practice; general practice in Shelby (Bolivar County) during the Depression; medical students and WWI; medicine in general; Southwest Allergy Forum, establishment of; Panama Canal Zone

*OWENS, George W. - Mississippi legislator - v. 332 (1973)
1935 campaign for Mississippi House of Representatives; 1936 legislative session; 1940 legislative session; amusements and education at the turn of the century; entering politics as a Republican and a Primitive Baptist; free textbook bill; growing up in a turn-of-the-century farm in Itawamba County; political factions; political personalities; Rankin, John; Rehabilitative Division for the Blind; teaching at county schools in Itawamba County; tenure as state senator; Vardaman and Bilbo; Wendall Wilkie Hoax

*OXFORD, Mississippi
mentioned in: Cook, Robert C. - v. 4; Russell, Albert - v. 147; Wilber, Leon - v. 101
see also: University of Mississippi

P-Q

*PACE, William M. - U.S. Treasury agent - v. 219 (1979)
black market tax; family history; hiding stills; informants; King, Martin Luther, protecting at Montgomery; Lee County outlaws; moonshine; Normandy invasion; Okinawa, service at; Ole Miss, law school at; Omaha beach, invasion at; Phillips, Rubel; Pusser, Buford; Sullivan, Charles; V 1 bombs; whiskey; World War II service

*PAGE, Matthew - physician, Greenville, Miss. - v. 695, Part I (1997)
civil rights movement; Mississippi Humanities Council; practicing medicine in Greenville, Miss.;

*PALMER, Merle Franklin - circuit court judge - v. 419 (1985)
anecdotes of Bilbo's campaigns; Bilbo's closest friends and daily activities; experiences as a member of Senator Bilbo's staff in Washington; personal background; writing speeches

*PANICO, Al - Red Cross, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-33 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) Red Cross; flood preparations; coordination during flood with other relief agencies; organizational and communication trouble; servicing individual families and shelters; working with merchants; money spent; programs for disaster victims

*PANOLA COUNTY, Mississippi
Harris, Maury - v. 304-03
Klyce, Fred - v. 304-05
Parker, Charlie - v. 400

*PAPER industry
Shampine, A.G. - v. 392-18

*PARCHMAN (Mississippi State Penal Institution)
DeCell, Herman - v. 207
Edwards, Wayne - v. 91
Ford, Will - v. 304-02
Maples, Darwin - v. 174
Miller, Jessye - v. 544
Simmons, Mattie Lou - v. 566
Young, Stanford - v. 396

*PARKER, Charlie - Laurel native - v. 400 (1981)
black-owned business in Laurel; early life on a farm in Clarke County; Laurel around the turn of the century; owner of a taxicab company, 1937 1964; race relations in Laurel; working at the Eastman Gardner Sawmill

*PARKER, Mack Charles
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203
Tims, P.A. - v. 387

*PARKS, state and national
general
Earles, Ben - v. 190
Battlefield Park, Jackson
Langley, Fred - v. 52
Mississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge
Lockard, Jacob T. - v. 436
Paul B. Johnson State Park
Bounds, Houston - v. 111
Vicksburg National Military Park
Capers, Legrand - v. 153

*PASCAGOULA, Mississippi
Hickson, Charles - v. 108
Hull, Edgar - v. 439
Sigalas, E.P. - v. 392-19
Wilson, Roberts Jr. - v. 636
see also: Research Guide to the Gulf Coast Collection - v. 392; shipbuilding industry

*PASS CHRISTIAN, Mississippi
DeMetz, Fred and Dorothy - v. 226
Peralta, Gerald and Marie - v. 226
see also: Research Guide to the Gulf Coast Collection - v. 392

*PATRICK, Bill
discussed in: Moye, James - v. 216

*PATRIOTIC AMERICAN YOUTH
membership in: Johnston, Erle - v. 276

*PATTERSON, Joe
discussed in: Marx, Charles - v. 185

*PATTERSON, Neville
mentioned in: Kelly, Jim - v. 169

*PATTERSON, Robert - Columbia resident, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-34 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) building a dyke around the house; reservoir problems; flooding experiences; flood aftermath

*PATTON, George S.
discussed in: Bilbo, Theodore G. Jr. - v. 151; Foote, Shelby - v. 79; Middleton, Troy - v. 59; Williams, Morris C. - v. 617
see also: World War II

*Paul B. Johnson State Park
see: parks, state and national

*PAUL, Lee - sound engineer - v. 397 (1991)
acoustics research; atomic weapons industry, Oak Ridge, Tennessee; reception from area community; test facility directors; transition to General Electric; work as Raytheon field engineer in development of the Mississippi Test Facility; World War II service

*PEACOCK, Lucille - Aberdeen resident - v. 548 (1979)
(No bound volume; transcript and tapes available.) Aberdeen and Monroe County history; establishment of library, genealogical collection, bookmobile

*PEARL RIVER
in general
Kelly, Jim - v. 169
Langley, Fred - v. 52
Lester, Horace - v. 295-27
Reyer, Alma - v. 89
Thigpen, S.G. - v. 74 
1979 flood
Research Guide to the Pearl River Flood - v. 295 (Deposited along with the interviews are files of newspaper clippings, engineering documents, photographs, and miscellaneous information and records of events.)
Alford, John T. - v. 295-1
Armstrong, Louis - v. 295-2
Barber, Eugene - v. 295-3
Berko, Mary - v. 295-4
Berko, Tom - v. 295-4
Berry, Willie Mae - v. 295-5
Bohuslav, Leon - v. 295-6
Bostad, John - v. 295-7
Bourne, Robert - v. 295-8
Bowman, J.W. - v. 295-9
Bowman, S.L. - v. 295-10
Brackeen, Charles - v. 295-11
Bradley, Bert - v. 295-12
Cherney, Sue - v. 295-13
Clover, Chandler - v. 295-14
Cry, Robert - v. 295-15
Ellington, James - v. 295-16
Fisher, Larry - v. 295-17
Flynt, Chastaine - v. 295-18
Fondren, David - v. 295-19
Gibson, James - v. 295-20
Grear, Gabe - v. 295-21
Hall, Paul - v. 295-22
Henton, Mel - v. 295-23
Jones, June - v. 295-24
Lawrence, Dennis - v. 295-25
Lee, Mary Alice - v. 295-26
Lester, Horace - v. 295-27
Lofton, Mrs. Robert - v. 295-28
Meiners, Don - v. 295-29
Nichols, Thomas - v. 295-30
Oldfield, Jack - v. 295-31
Panico, Al - v. 295-33
Patterson, Robert - v. 295-34
Pearson, Vernon - v. 295-35
Penn, Alfred - v. 295-36
Pope, Ray - v. 295-37
Priest, James - v. 295-38
Roberts, Don - v. 295-39
Saunders, Joe - v. 295-40
Shorter, Rex - v. 295-41
Suess, James - v. 295-42
Taylor, Robert - v. 295-43
Thornhill, James - v. 295-44
Vogt, Frank - v. 295-45
Wilkinson, Charles - v. 295-46

*PEARL RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Poplarville, Mississippi
Alexander, Ted - v. 695, part I
Bounds, Houston - v. 111
Hale, Edwin - v. 68

*PEARL RIVER COUNTY, Mississippi
Acker, Freddie - v. 418
Amacker, A.O. - v. 78
Balfour, Jeff - v. 697
Lumpkin, Franklin Jr. - v. 103
Peters, Pete - v. 550
Reyer, Joe - v. 90
Smith, Maggie - v. 571
Smith, Otis - v. 82
Tims, P.A. - v. 387

*PEARSON, Vernon - Salvation Army, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-35
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) flood work of the Salvation Army; provisions for people; flood victims; general operation of the Salvation Army; Columbia's response to the flood

*PENN, Alfred - Jackson resident, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-36 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) Hinds County native; lifting furniture and other flood preparations; eight feet of water inside house; Red Cross and other relief; Haughtier Community; cost of destruction

*PENNINGTON, Veronica - psychiatrist - v. 549 (1977)
(No bound volume; tapes and rough transcript available.) experiences of a woman in medical school at the turn of the century; work in Iowa during the 1917 flu epidemic; state of psychiatry in Mississippi

*PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, University Park, Pennsylvania
Williams, Hiram - v. 241

*PENTAGON, Washington, D.C.
Berry, Sidney - v. 198

*PENTAGON PAPERS
Catledge, Turner - v. 1

*PEOPLES, John - president, Jackson State Univ. - v. 695, Part I (1997)
civil rights movement; Jackson State riots; Mississippi Humanities Council; race relations; World War II service in the Marine Corps

*PEPPER, Claude
discussed in: Colmer, William M. - v. 43

*PERALTA, Gerald D. - Hurricane Camille survivor - v. 224 (1979)
family background; Hurricane of 1947; Inchon, invasion of; MacArthur, Douglas; military service in Korea; Pass Christian, police chief of Hurricane Camille: aftermath; eye of the hurricane; hurricane watch party; looting; relief agencies; rescue efforts; Richelieu Apartments tragedy; wind, the strength of

*PERALTA, Marie - Hurricane Camille survivor - v. 224 (1979)
family background; Hurricane Camille; hurricane parties; looting; relief agencies; Richelieu apartments; written account of the storm

*PERCY family of Greenville, Mississippi
discussed in: Brady, Thomas - v. 2; Crump, Brodie - v. 53; Foote, Shelby - v. 79

*PERKINSTON JUNIOR COLLEGE
Darby, Cooper - v. 158

*PERRY COUNTY, Mississippi
Conway, Bura - v. 519
Newcomb, Hugo - v. 313

*PERSHING, John J. "Black Jack"
Beatty, Francis J. - v. 117
Middleton, Troy - v. 59

*PETERS, Pete - Pearl River and Forrest Counties resident - v. 550 (1974)
(No bound volume; tapes, rough transcript and pictures available.) sawmill and lumber camps; early twentieth century life; difficulties of the Great Depression; lynchings; tales of slavery days; attitudes of white people

*PETERS, Rosie Ratliff - Walthall County native - v. 551 (1974)
(No bound volume; tape and rough transcript available.) growing up on a farm in Walthall County at the turn of the century; religious philosophy

*Petroleum industry in Mississippi
see: oil and gas industry in Mississippi

*PHILADELPHIA, Mississippi
Catledge, Turner - v. 1
Lee, Clay - v. 186
Mars, Florence - v. 179
Smith, Patrick - v. 196.

*PHILADELPHIA MURDERS
Collier, Clinton - v. 353
Fairly, Ken - v. 455
Henry, Aaron - v. 33
Jim, Barry Davis Sr. - v. 727-1
Jones, Lillie - v. 181
Lee, Clay - v. 186
Mars, Florence - v. 179
Shaw, Terri - v. 724
York, Kenneth - v. 727-3
see also: racial violence

*PHILLIPS, Mamie and Charles - Hattiesburg civil rights activists - v. 711 (1998)
segregation; NAACP membership; secrecy and persecution; boycotting Hattiesburg buses and merchants; Freedom Summer; voter registration; USM desegregation; FBI; individuals indifferent to the civil rights movement; police brutality; eating at lunch counters

*PHILLIPS, Rubel
discussed in: Moye, James - v. 216; Pace, William - v. 219; Yerger, Wirt - v. 204

*PICAYUNE, Mississippi
Acker, Freddie - v. 418
Crosby, Dorothy - v. 475
Crosby, L.O. Jr. - v. 155
Lumpkin, F.S. - v. 102
Quick, C. Hooker - v. 600
Thigpen, S.F. - v. 74
Vaughn, Mairs - v. 583
see also: Pearl River County

*PICKERING, Charles
discussed in: Alford, Sam - v. 177; Barbour, Haley - v. 301; Bramlett, Leon - v. 205; Cochran, Thad - v. 220; DeCell, Herman - v. 207; Moye, James - v. 216

*PIEL, Eleanor Jackson
discussed in: Adickes, Sandra - v. 731

*PIERCE, Clarence A. - Mississippi legislator - v. 336 (1979, 1980)
Appropriations Committee; background and education; Carroll County; duties of a legislator; Eastland, James; Faulkner, William; Highways committee; legislative campaign of 1951; Mississippi Constitution of 1890; Mississippi politicians; paging for Mississippi senators; race relations; Universities and Colleges Committee

*PIKE COUNTY, Mississippi
Alford, Sam W. - v. 177
Burris, Lawrence - v. 306
Lewis, Nathaniel - v. 182
Martin, Joe - v. 713

*PIKKA, Mrs. Aino L. - Gulf Coast Finnish Community - v. 49 (1973)
Finns on the Mississippi Gulf Coast; from Finland to Mississippi

*PILKEY, Orrin - Hurricane Camille survivor - v. 295 (1976)
"One Man's Story of Camille," a memoir written by Mr. Pilkey

*PINEY WOODS, life in
Balfour, Jeff - v. 697
Turner, Maurice - v. 687

*PISTOL RIDGE
Walker, E.M. - Williams, E.B. - v. 92

*PITTMAN, Ed
discussed in: Ramsay, Claude - v. 215

*PITTMAN, Eva Combs - Hattiesburg native - v. 552 (1973)
(No bound volume; draft and tape available.) Hattiesburg in the early twentieth century; life as a teacher in Forrest, Pearl River, and Lauderdale Counties; race relations; World War I

*PITTMAN, Paul - Tylertown Times, Walthall County - v. 553 (1975)
(No bound volume; draft and tapes available.) major political figures in Mississippi from the 1950s to the 1980s: J.P. Coleman, Paul Johnson Jr., Ross Barnett, Carroll Gartin, Jim Eastland, John Stennis, Gil Carmichael, William Winter, Brad Dye, etc.; running for office; changing political climate

*PLANT NURSERY business in Mississippi
Vickers, Hawkins - v. 37

*PLANTATION life and management
Clark, Andrew - v. 407
Denton, Chauncey - v. 123
Hardy, Robert - v. 395
Hennington, Mrs. Lamar - v. 76
House, Mary Sheldon - v. 267
Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144
Porter, Carrie - v. 366
Smith, Charlie and Rosie - v. 569
Spurlock, Ann C. - v. 573
Turner, Thomas - v. 28
see also: Linden plantation; tenant system

*POAGE, Bob
mentioned in: Cortright, George - v. 122

*POLK, Ida Lee - McHenry native, school teacher - v. 554 (1981)
(No bound volume; tape available.) growing up in turn-of-the-century McHenry; father's turpentine business; becoming a teacher; teaching in country schools for 37 years

*PONDER, Arthur Andrew - Mount Olive resident - v. 263 (1981)
Bilbo, Theodore G.; Conner, Mike; Copeland gang; cotton, culture and ginning; early life; Great Depression; lumber industry; lumber industry, blacks in; lumbering methods; lumbermill town, life in; outlaws in Mississippi; Vardaman, James K.; World War II; Sullivans of Sullivan's Hollow; Mount Olive, Mississippi: founding, first doctor, turn-of-the-century life

*PONTOTOC COUNTY, Mississippi
Deal, Borden - v. 193

*POOLE, Barney
mentioned in: Hale, Edwin - v. 68; Walters, Carl - v. 170

*POPE, Ray - Jackson police chief, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-37 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) flood preparations; police department priorities; curbing looting; background information and career in the Jackson police department

*POPLARVILLE, Mississippi
Bilbo, Theo G. Jr. - v. 151
Culpepper, J.P. Jr. - v. 14

*PORTER, Carrie Louise - educator - v. 366 (1975)
attending school in the Delta; Delta poverty; early life/family; education, work in; flood of 1912; flood of 1927; growing up on Delta plantations; Mississippi State College for Women; race relations; teaching at Greenville; teaching at rural schools in the Delta

*PORTER, Linton Bryant - Mississippi legislator and judge - v. 303 (1985)
1940 legislative session; factions and issues in the legislature; family background; other legislators, perceptions of; race for the state legislature, 1939

*POULTRY farming
Bilbo, Theodore Jr. - v. 151
Jackson, Robert - v. 143 (turkey)
McLean, George - v. 39
Turner, Thomas - v. 28

*POWE, William A. - international businessman and chemist - v. 377 (1977)
Boy Scouts of America, work in; Communist takeover of Cuba; Cuba, business activities in; early life and family; Hattiesburg; Hattiesburg, land development; Hattiesburg around 1910; lumber industry in Hattiesburg; Mississippi State University; Nixon, Richard M.; political activity; Purvis storm; race relations; soil conservation; sugar beets; sugar cane; sugar industry in Latin America; sugar plantations in Cuba

*POWELL, Adam Clayton Jr.
mentioned in: Williams, J.B. - v. 106

*POWER, Carlton H. - National Cotton Council of America - v. 146 (1977)
Cotton Board; Cotton Incorporated; director of field services; Field Services, structure and role of; field supervisor; perceptions of cotton industry leaders

*POWERS, Joe Neely
Powers, Neely - v. 555
mentioned in: Lewis, Arthur - v. 165

*POWERS, Neely - businessman and son of Ole Miss chancellor - v. 555 (1982)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) purges at Ole Miss; father as chancellor; political and business people, including Theodore Bilbo, James Vardaman, Earl LeRoy Brewer, Lee Russell, Will Percy, Ross Collin, Laurence C. Jones, Russell Firestone; 1917 flu epidemic; World War I; red light district in Jackson; businesses and strikes in the North

*PRENSHAW, Peggy - English professor, Louisiana State Univ. - v. 695, Part II (1997)
Equal Rights Amendment; Mississippi Humanities Council

*PRESTON, Annie Mae - Pine Hills region resident - v. 635 (1995)
Great Depression; Civilian Conservation Corps

*PRESTON, Clifton - Pine Hills region resident - v. 635 (1995)
Great Depression

*PRICE, Elizabeth - civil rights activist - v. 605 (1994)
Mississippi during segregation; early involvement with the civil rights movement; working as an investigator for the Civil Rights Commission

*PRICE, Herschel - Jones County farmer - v. 304-06 (1978)
(No bound volume; tapes and rough transcript available.) American Agricultural Movement

*PRICE, James H. - county agent - v. 556 (1978)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) lifestyle and education in turn-of-the-century Scott County; becoming one of the first county agents in the state; working in Hinds, Jefferson, and Lincoln Counties; the Great Depression; agriculture in general

*PRICE, Maggie - Clarke County resident - v. 217-19 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) lifestyle, work, and attitudes in early twentieth century Clarke County

*PRIEST, James - Morgantown resident, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-38 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) personal background; preparing Morgantown Church of God for flood waters; damage to the church

*PRIMITIVE BAPTISTS
Cotton, Gordon - v. 235

*Prisoners of War
see: Korean prisoners of war; Vietnam prisoners of war; World War I prisoners of war; World War II prisoners of war

*PRODUCERS STEERING COMMITTEE, National Cotton Council of America
Cortright, George - v. 122
Denton, Chauncey Jr. - v. 123
Edwards, Macon - v. 140
Jackson, Robert - v. 143
Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144
Wilson, J.C. - v. 136
Youngker, Charles - v. 137
see also: cotton industry; National Cotton Council

*PROHIBITION
Caldwell, Erskine - v. 13
Capers, Legrand - v. 153
Daniels, Motee - v. 390
Frost, Mary - v. 664
King, Willis Mae - v. 664
Maples, Clem - v. 94
McDaniel, Anise - v. 664
Pyles, Dixon - v. 394
Redd, William "Si" - v. 257
Ryan, Matthew - v. 63
Swetman, Glenn - v. 391
see also: bootlegging

*PUSSER, Buford
Pace, William - v. 219

*PYLES, Dixon - attorney; news commentator; Bilbo supporter - v. 394 (1983, 1985)
Chicago World's Fair, 1933; Clarion-Ledger; Conner, Mike; Federal Housing Administration; Gore, Weaver; Harrison, Pat; Heflin, Tom; Johnson, Paul Jr.; Malcontents Roundtable; McLaurin, Sidney; sales tax; WDJX radio in Jackson; White, Hugh; Women's Christian Temperance Movement Bilbo, Theodore: financial discrepancies; governorship; organized labor; patronage; political philosophy; racial attitudes; relationship with family and supporters; Senate campaigns; Senate career; sexual exploits; support for labor and the poor

*QUAVE, Laz
mentioned in: Hubbell, William - v. 64

*QUAVE, Russell - D'Iberville banker - v. 189 (1980)
background; banking industry; bibliography of related materials; Biloxi Back Bay; conflict with Dr. J.J. Hayden, GCJC president; elements of conflict within the GCJC Board; fishing and crabbing industries; Gulf Coast; Gulf Coast Junior College System board member; Hurricane Camille; hurricane of 1947; McMullan, Paul, and the First Mississippi National Bank; Mississippi attorney general's office; owning a grocery store in a seafaring community; perceptions of Mississippi politicians; running for board supervisor (Also deposited with the interview are three cassette tapes of the Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College board meeting, July 18, 1979.)

*QUICK, C. Hooker - Picayune resident - v. 600 (1995)
Picayune history; logging; tung oil industry; Stennis Space Center; Picayune Black Sox

*QUINN, Anna L. - English professor, Blue Mountain College - v. 695, Part I (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*QUITMAN, Mississippi
McLendon, Mr. and Mrs. Frank - v. 271-16

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*RACE RELATIONS
Note: In almost every volume of the program's oral history collection, people touch on the topic of race relations. This listing, therefore, includes only those interviews with lengthy segments on this topic.
general
Adickes, Sandra - v. 731
Anderson, Reuben - v. 320
Banks, Earl - v. 380
Bishop, E.S. - v. 358
Blass, William J. - v. 639
Borganelli, Imogene - v. 695, part I
Bounds, Houston - v. 111
Brady, Thomas - v. 2
Bryant, Curtis - v. 717
Buckley, Horace - v. 354
Burger, N.R. - v. 356
Butts, William - v. 403
Carthan, Eddie - v. 478
Clark, Fred Sr. - v. 494
Collier, Clinton - v. 353
Connors, Mona - v. 518
Cunningham, W.J. - v. 242
Curtis, Perry - v. 523
Darby, Cooper - v. 158
Davis, William - v. 15
Dean, Kenneth - v. 691
Duckworth, C.J. - v. 352
Dukes, Tommie - v. 488
Evers, Charles - v. 7
Fairley, J.C. - v. 375
Farese, Orene - v. 700
Fielder, Alvin Sr. - v. 709
Foster, Velvelyn - v. 695, Part I
Hairston, Jack - v. 335
Hale, Edwin - v. 68
Hall, Pinkey - v. 676
Harned, Horace - v. 355
Henderson, Al - v. 607
Henry, Aaron - v. 33
Howell, George - v. 695, Part I
Hudgins, W. Douglas - v. 532
Johnson, Mary - v. 533
Johnson, Sarah - v. 243
Knight, Thomas - v. 410
Lott, Willis H. - v. 620
Luckett, Semmes - v. 370
Magee, Ruby - v. 17
McLean, George - v. 39
Mitchell, Dennis - v. 695
Newman, C.B. - v. 447
Norman, Cora - v. 695, Part II
Page, Matthew - v. 695, Part II
Peoples, John - v. 695, Part II
Porter, Carrie Louise - v. 366
Randolph, James - v. 373
Rash, Rev. Sammie - v. 640
Reyer, Joe - v. 90
Rodgers, Henry - v. 32
Shelton, Cecil - v. 213
Simmons, William - v. 372
Smith, E. Hammond - v. 369
Smith, Estus - v. 695, Part II
Smith, Michael - v. 448
Sparkman, Mr. and Mrs. Colley - v. 289
Steptoe, Eldridge W. Jr. - v. 653
Thompson, Walter - v. 581
Tims, P.A. - v. 387
Walker, Prentiss - v. 208
Walker, Robert - v. 695, Part II
Wells, Buck - v. 694
Wiley, Bell Irvin - v. 211
Winston, Monroe "Bill" - v. 654
Yarbrough, George - v. 367
changes in
Carthan, Eddie - v. 478
Catledge, Turner - v. 1
DeCell, Herman - v. 207
Fielder, Alvin Sr. - v. 709
Hennington, Mrs. Lamar - v. 76
Johnson, Mrs. Sidney - v. 173
Magee, Ruby - v. 17
Simmons, Mattie Lou - v. 566
courts
Luckett, Semmes - v. 370
Maples, Darwin - v. 174
Hattiesburg
Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Richard - v. 383
Branch, Raylawni - v. 682
Dahmer, Ellie - v. 281
Fairley, J.C. - v. 375
Hamilton, M.W. - v. 464
Smith, E. Hammond - v. 369
military
Case, Carroll - v. 672
Dukes, Tommie - v. 488
Jones, Charles H. Sr. - v. 612
McDougal, William A. - v. 634
Murchison, Richard A. - v. 671
Nix, James - v. 443
Ramsay, Claude - v. 215
octoroons
Banks, Earl - v. 380
Moore, Amzie - v. 184
specific locations or organizations
Bishop, F.W. - v. 431 (Delta)
Byrne, Tony - v. 420 (Natchez)
Landskov, N.L. - v. 277 (USM)
McDaniel, Edward L. - v. 493 (Natchez)
Napier, Irene - v. 259 (Magee)
Parker, Charlie - v. 400 (Laurel)
Reyer, Joe - v. 90 (Pearl River County)
Ross, Harvey T. - v. 663 (Clarksdale, Coahoma County)
Willoughby, Rose - v. 247 (Amite County)
Wilson, Evans II - v. 638 (Gulf Coast)
Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67 (Richton, Brookhaven)
Wroten, Joseph - v. 476 (Delta)
see also: African-American experience in Mississippi; civil rights; racial violence; religion; segregation

*RACIAL VIOLENCE
Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Richard - v. 383
Bryant, Curtis - v. 717
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203
Dahmer, Ellie - v. 281
Davis, Russell - v. 55
Dukes, William - v. 40
Fairley, J.C. - v. 711
Hamer, Fannie Lou - v. 31
Hamilton, M.W. - v. 464
Johnson, Pete - v. 441
Lewis, Nathaniel - v. 182
Magee, Ruby - v. 17
Maples, Darwin - v. 174
Marx, Charles - v. 185
Moore, Amzie - v. 184
Morris, Willie - v. 110
Phillips, Mamie and Charles - v. 711
Saxon, George - v. 449
Schwartz, Joseph - v. 736
Stevens, George - v. 376
West, Phillip - v. 629
Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67
see also: Dahmer, Vernon; Jackson State University; Ku Klux Klan; lynchings; Parker, Mack Charles; Philadelphia murders; Till, Emmett

*Radio
see: broadcasting

*RAILROAD industry in Mississippi
general
Barber, Walter - v. 44
Billings, Earle - v. 260
Burris, Lawrence - v. 306
Byrne, Tony - v. 420
Cosby, Walter - v. 245
Finlayson, J.S. - v. 528
Kelly, Jim - v. 169
Langley, Fred - v. 52
Lewis, Nathaniel - v. 182
Lumpkin, F.S. Sr. - v. 102
Maples, Clem - v. 94
Marsalis, Henry - v. 112
May, William - v. 642
Ratcliff, Wade - v. 557
Sternberg, Edward M. - v. 392-22
Tatum, S.G. - v. 74
Thigpen, S.G. - v. 74
Vasselus, Paul - v. 152
strikes and unions
Kelly, Jim - v. 169
Lewis, Nathaniel - v. 182
Lumpkin, Franklin Jr. - v. 103
Maples, Clem - v. 94
Marsalis, Henry - v. 112
see also: Battle of McComb; Gulf & Ship Island Railroad; hoboes

*RALEY, Mamie - Quitman resident - v. 271-20 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) lifestyle, work, and attitudes in early twentieth century Clarke County

*RAMSAY, Claude - Mississippi AFL-CIO - v. 215 (1981)
AFL-CIO merger; Alexander, W.D.; Bancroft labor conflict in McComb; Barnett, Ross; Brown v. Board of Education; Carmichael, Gil; Carter, Hodding; Carter, Jimmy; Coleman, J.P.; conspiracy against labor in Mississippi; Corlew, John; Dantin, Maurice; Davis, William Penn; Derian, Pat; Evers, Charles; Evers, Medgar; family background; Finch, Cliff; Gandy, Evelyn; Glazier, Herman; Gulf Coast Teamsters Union; Henry, Aaron; Humphrey, Hubert; Ingram, Carroll; International Paper Company; Johnson, Lyndon Baines; Johnson, Paul B. Jr.; Junkin, John; Ku Klux Klan; labor and civil rights; labor movement, structure of; license controversy, TV station WLBT; Meredith, James, incident at Ole Miss; National Labor Relations Act; Newman, "Buddie"; party politics in Mississippi; Pittman, Ed; Property Reappraisal problem; race relations, a prediction on; racial discrimination in the military; Reagan administration economic policy; reapportionment struggle; right-to-work laws; Sillers, Walter; Smith, Frank; Smith, Martin; Smith, Theodore; Stennis, John; strike of chemical workers in Laurel; union corruption; Waller, William; Williams, John Bell; Winter, William; World War II service as military policeman; workmen's compensation

*RAND, Clayton
Hubbell, William - v. 64
Lipscomb, Edward - v. 145
McDavid, O.C. - v. 166
Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67

*RANDOLPH, James D. - civil rights activist - v. 373 (1982)
civil rights movement, work in; early education; farming; growing up on a farm in Rankin County; Hattiesburg, ministry and community activism in; Jackson State killings; race relations; religion; St. Mark's Methodist Church, Gulfport; St. Paul's United Methodist Church, Hattiesburg; Tougaloo College; voter registration drives

*RANDOLPH, Walter
discussed in: Dunn, Read - v. 139; Jackson, Robert - v. 143; Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144

*RANKIN, John E.
discussed in: Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Griffin, Charles - v. 191; Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144; Williams, J.B. - v. 106

*RASH, Rev. Sammie - pastor, civil rights activist - v. 640 (1977)
sharecropping; race relations; Head Start; NAACP; black ministers in the civil rights movement; voter registration; King, Dr. Martin Luther Jr.; Hamer, Fannie Lou; Moses, Bob; Bevel, James; Mississippi Freedom Deomcratic Party; Henry, Aaron; Evers, Medgar; integration; Carter, Jimmy; religion

*RASPBERRY, William - columnist, Washington Post - v. 307 (1983)
civil rights movement; growing up in Okolona, Mississippi; racial segregation

*RATCLIFF, Wade - railroad and sawmill worker - v. 557 (1975)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) work on the railroads; working for white farmers; sawmill business in Lumberton; country preaching

*RAYBURN, Sam
discussed in: Abernethy, Thomas - v. 23; Catledge, Turner - v. 1; Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Griffin, Charles - v. 191; Williams, J.B. - v. 106

*REA, Katherine - women's rights activist - v. 429 (1992) and v. 695, Part II (1997)
Vol. 429: Equal Rights Amendment and Mississippi legislature; International Woman's Year Conference: conference, proceedings, expectations, and conservative coalition at
Vol. 695: Mississippi Humanities Council

*REAGAN, Ronald
discussed in: Alford, Sam - v. 177; Ramsay, Claude - v. 215

*Red Cross
see: American Red Cross

*REDD, William "Si" - International Game Technology Corporation - v. 257 (1983) family background; Great Depression, life as a hobo; growing up; IGTC, genesis of; move to Nevada; Prohibition, gambling and bootlegging during; slot-machine business; Union, Mississippi

*REDDEN, Oren - Quitman resident and businessman - v. 271-21 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) lifestyle, work, and attitudes in early twentieth century Clarke County

*REECE, Edith - public health nurse - v. 75 (1975)
military service in World War II; nursing school in New Orleans; public health work; work as a nurse

*REED, Clarke
discussed in: Alford, Sam - v. 177; Barbour, Haley - v. 301; Bramlett, Leon - v. 205; Giordano, Thomas - v. 129; Mounger, William - v. 311; Moye, James - v. 216; Retzer, Mike - v. 209; Yerger, Swan - v. 265; Yerger, Wirt - v. 204

*REED, Lyman - soybean farmer - v. 558 (1974)
(No bound volume; tape available.) development of food products to feed hungry people; son as state Republican chairman; state politics in general; work in soybean and grain farming

*REESE, A.J. - Shubuta resident - v. 271-22 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) lifestyle, work, and attitudes in early twentieth century Clarke County

*REGULAR DEMOCRATS
Hall, Stanton - v. 3
Henry, Aaron - v. 33
Lewis, Nathaniel - v. 182
see also: Democratic party

*REID, William E. - National Cotton Council - v. 134 (1977)
as president, NCC; cotton industry issues; NCC work; textile industry
mentioned in: Blair, Raymond E. - v. 119; Russell, Albert - v. 147

*RELIGION
revivals, protracted meetings, and evangelists
Bilbo, J.O. - v. 453
Cherney, Sue - v. 295-13
Curtis, Perry - v. 523
Denham, George - v. 525
Grant, Charles L. - v. 298
Hennington, Mrs. Lamar - v. 76
Jones, Lillie - v. 181
Langley, Fred R. - v. 52
Richardson, Thomas - v. 559
Vasselus, Paul - v. 152
Walker, E.M. - Williams, E.B. - v. 92
Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67
ministers, preachers, and missionaries
Applewhite, Fred - v. 87
Bowman, S.L. - v. 295-10
Buckley, Horace - v. 354
Campbell, Will - v. 157
Collier, Clinton - v. 353
Cunningham, W.J. - v. 242
Davis, Mrs. Ralph - v. 85
Davis, Ralph - v. 84
Davis, William Penn - v. 15
Duke, Rodney - v. 171
Feibelman, Julian - v. 80
Harkins, Elizabeth - v. 175
Hudgins, W. Douglas - v. 532
Kitchings, Harold - v. 58
Lee, Clay - v. 186
Randolph, James - v. 373
Rash, Rev. Sammie - v. 640
Ratcliff, Wade - v. 557
Smith, B.F. - v. 568
Woullard, R.W. Jr. - v. 733-7
general
Cooper, Owen - v. 250
Schutt, Jane Menefee - v. 623
Shareff, Abdul - v. 405
see also: Baptists; Catholics and Catholicism; Islam; Jews and Judaism; Methodists; National Baptists; Primitive Baptists; Southern Baptists

*RENT, Clyda - president, Mississippi University for Women - v. 695, Part II (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTIONS
1968
Moye, James - v. 216
1972
Moye, James - v. 216
1976
Alford, Sam - v. 177
Barbour, Haley - v. 301
Carmichael, Gil - v. 176
Giordano, Thomas - v. 129
House, Mary Sheldon - v. 267
Mavar, Victor - v. 350
Mounger, William - v. 311
Moye, James - v. 216

*REPUBLICAN PARTY in Mississippi
Alford, Sam - v. 177
Arnold, John - v. 114
Banks, Earl - v. 380
Barbour, Haley - v. 301
Bramlett, Leon -v. 205
Carmichael, Gil - v. 176
Cochran, Thad - v. 220
Corlew, John - v. 221
Giordano, Thomas - v. 129
House, Mary Sheldon - v. 267
Johnson, Seymour - v. 202
Ladner, Heber - v. 30
Lane, Dewey - v. 338
Lewis, Nathaniel - v. 182
Mavar, Victor - v. 350
Moore, Amzie - v. 184
Mounger, William - v. 311
Moye, James - v. 216
Powe, William - v. 377
Reed, Lyman - v. 558
Retzer, Mike - v. 209
Shanks, Doug - v. 291
Sheldon, Anson - v. 565
Walker, Prentiss - v. 208
Yerger, Swan - v. 265
Yerger, Wirt - v. 204
see also: specific names of individual Republicans

*RESEARCH and DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
Godwin, George - v. 695, Part I
Howell, George - v. 695, Part I

*RESEARCH and PROMOTION ACT (1966, 1967)
Cortright, George - v. 122
Ford, Hadley - v. 141
Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144
Power, Carlton - v. 146
see also: National Cotton Council

*RESEARCH GUIDE to the CLARKE COUNTY COLLECTION - v. 271
general
Price, Maggie - v. 271-19
Enterprise
Buckley, Christine - v. 271-4
Hunter, Johnnie Pearl - v. 271-11
Pachuta
Bailey, Nan - v. 271-1
Campbell, Janie - v. 271-5
Campbell, Sim - v. 271-6
Rhoden, L.C. - v. 271-24
Rhoden, Francis - v. 271-24
Thornton, Leila - v. 271-25
Quitman
Blair, Warren - v. 271-2
Donald, Marie - v. 271-8
Griffin, Carrie - v. 271-10
Massingale, Annie - v. 271-13
McCarty, Louise - v. 271-14
McGowan, Eunice - v. 271-15
McLendon, Mr. & Mrs. Frank - v. 271-16
Moore, Bertha - v. 271-18
Raley, Mamie - v. 271-20
Redden, Oren - v. 271-21
Shubuta
Britton, Josie - v. 271-3
Coker, Paul - v. 271-7
Jenkins, Leila - v. 271-12
Meeks, Charlie - v. 271-17
Reese, A.J. - v. 271-22

*RESEARCH GUIDE to the GULF COAST COLLECTION - v. 392
(Deposited along with the interviews is a copy of Plan for the Reconstruction of Fort Maurepas.)
Bay St. Louis
Capdepon, Henry - v. 392-4
Biloxi
Gehrmann, Chester - v. 392-6
Mihojevich, Tony - v. 392-14
Franklin Creek
Howard, Lempi - v. 392-11
Gulfport
Glaczier, W.C. - v. 392-7
Hewes, Gaston - v. 392-9
Holloway, Mariah - v. 392-10
Kite, Johnny - v. 392-12
Oberlies, Adolph - v. 392-16
Sternberg, Edward - v. 392-22
Wilson, Jean - v. 392-24
Kreole
Laakso, Frank and Lillian Bennett - v. 392-13
Long Beach
Boggs, Mary - v. 392-2
Morrison, Claire Boggs - v. 392-15
Moss Point
Haarala, Eino - v. 392-8
Shampine, A.G. - v. 392-18
Ocean Springs
Connor, Donald - v. 392-5
Schmidt, C.E. - v. 392-17
Pascagoula
Sigalas, E.P. - v. 392-19
Watts, L.A. - v. 392-23
Pass Christian
Anderson, Ivan - v. 392-1
Butler, Albert - v. 392-3
Sinclair, Corinne - v. 392-20
Sinclair, Eleanor - v. 392-21

*RETZER, Mike - businessman, political activist, Republican - v. 209 (1980)
business ventures; Carmichael, Gil, and 1975 campaign; family background; McDonald's and real estate; race relations in fast-food industry; Reed, Clarke; service in the Air Force; state Republican Party chairman, 1978, 1982
discussed in: Moye, James - v. 216

*REYER, Alma M. - legal secretary to Sen. Theodore Bilbo - v. 89 (1974)
Bilbo, Theodore; running square timber on the Pearl River; working as Bilbo's legal secretary

*REYER, Joe - Pearl River County resident - v. 90 (1974)
Bilbo, Theodore; Great Depression; Lindsey wagon; logging companies and techniques; lynchings; oxen; Pearl River County: cattle, economics, governors, and race relations; "robbisaries"; work in the lumber industry; World Wars

*RHODEN, Francis - Pachuta resident - v. 271-24 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) lifestyle, work, and attitudes in early twentieth century Clarke County

*RHODEN, L.C. - Pachuta resident and mayor - v. 271-23 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) lifestyle, work, and attitudes in early twentieth century Clarke County

*RICHARDSON, Thomas - Smith County native - v. 559 (1978)
(No bound volume; tapes and rough transcript available.) Bilbo, Theodore; Civil War stories; growing up in Smith County around the turn of the century; hangings; hearing Billy Sunday; race relations; William Jennings Bryan and Clarence Darrow; World War I service

*RICHTON, Mississippi
Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67

*RICHTON DISPATCH, Richton, Mississippi
Wilson, L.A. - v. 66 Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67

*RIDDELL, Tally D. Sr. - Mississippi legislator - v. 317 (1985)
1939 campaign for state Senate; 1940 legislative session, issues and personalities; biographical background; fight between Governor Johnson and Fred Sullens; free textbooks; political factions; the Riddell bill

*RILEY, Frank - attorney, Tupelo, Miss., - v. 695, Part II (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*RIMER, Wendell Dean - Hattiesburg resident, World War II veteran - v. 669 (1996)
Great Depression; U.S. Army; Camp Beauregard, Louisiana; Belfast, Northern Ireland; U.S. Claims Commission; war crimes investigations; World War II; concentration camp at Nordhausen

*RIPLEY, Minnie - civil rights activist - v. 341 (1979)
black leaders; civil rights movement; clashes with police in Jackson; education; Flood of 1927; Great Depression; growing up as sharecroppers in Issaquena County; Head Start; Mayersville; opinion of state officials; Piney Woods School; sharecropping; voter registration; Washington, D.C., activities; World War II

*Riverboats
see: Mississippi River

*ROBERTS, Anna M. - librarian, University of Southern Mississippi - v. 6 (1972)
administrations at USM; Army Administration School at USM; association with State Teachers College; the Blackbirds; Department of Agriculture; dairy barn; developing the Library Science Department; donation of the Sam Woods Collection; Governor Bilbo and State Teachers College; Hurst, George; library collections; obstacles to library growth; origin of the Student Printz; president of the Mississippi Library Association; relations with students; student organizations; USM campus, 1926; USM during World War II; USM library

*ROBERTS, Don - South Central Bell, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-39 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) background with South Central Bell; phone company's flood preparations; assessing damage and providing temporary service

*ROBERTS, M.M.
discussed in: Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144

*ROBERTS, Mae M. - nurse, Mississippi State Hospital - v. 401 (1992)
electric shock treatment; hydrotherapies; interactions with disturbed patients; Mississippi State Hospital; psychiatric medications; psychiatric nursing training in St. Louis

*ROBERTS, Mary Winnie - Pine Hills region resident - v. 635 (1995)
Great Depression; tenant farming

*ROBERTS, Turner - Pine Hills region resident - v. 635 (1995)
Great Depression; farming

*ROBERTSON, James Lawton - Mississippi State Supreme Court justice - v. 325 (1986)
Alexander v. Allain; appointing and electing judges; death penalty; early career in law; experiences as a law professor and in private practice; Mississippi constitution; state supreme court; workload of the state supreme court

*ROBERTSON, Stokes Vernon - Mississippi Supreme Court justice - v. 327 (1986)
Broom, Vernon; court procedures; court workload; death penalty; fellow justices, perceptions of; need for intermediate court of appeals; nominating committee; state supreme court

*ROBINSON, Dollye - music professor, Jackson State Univ. - v. 695, Part II (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*ROBINSON, Ronald K. - labor activist and longshoreman - v. 214 (1981)
International Longshoreman's Association; Jamaican heritage; politics of union leadership

*ROCKEFELLER, Nelson
discussed in: Gaudet, William - v. 382; Mellen, Grenville - v. 160

*RODGERS, Henry L. - Mississippi Supreme Court justice - v. 32 (1972)
1932 Democratic National Convention; law career; political campaigning; politicians; Mississippi Supreme Court; views on the judiciary

*RODGERS, Jimmie
Arnold, John - v. 433
Culpepper, Mallard - v. 522

*RODGERS, Lamar- World War II POW - v. 603 (1981)
World War II; North Africa; gunnery duty on B-25s with the 310th bombing group; Kasserine Pass; capture by the Germans; Stalag 7A and 17B; life as a POW; adjustment to civilian life

*RODGERS, Robbie - wife of World War II POW - v. 604 (1981)
married life with a former prisoner of war; an organization for former POWs

*ROGERS, Arthur J. Jr. - NASA engineer - v. 386 (1991)
Hurricane Camille; Marshall Space Flight Center; Mississippi Test Facility: establishment, expansion, management; renamed Stennis Space Center and separated from Marshall facility

*ROGERS, George W. - World War II veteran - v. 652 (1977)
Rhodes Scholar; World War II; Japan; Brown V. Board of Education; Winter, William; Junkin, John; Newman, Buddie; Johnson, Paul B. Jr; Williams, John Bell; Waller, William; Finch, Cliff

*ROGERS, Lida - Mississippi Arts Commission and Hattiesburg native - v. 560 (1982)
pioneer families of Hattiesburg; grandfather's bank and mercantile store; summers on the Gulf Coast; socializing during administrations of Hugh White, Paul B. Johnson Jr. and J.P. Coleman; work of the arts commission

*ROHRER, Phoebe - nursing in Mississippi - v. 561 (1978)
(No bound volume; tapes and rough transcript available.) development of nursing as a profession; nursing education in Mississippi; work on the Mississippi Board of Nursing

*ROLLINS, H.M.
discussed in: Darby, Cooper - v. 158

*ROOSEVELT, Eleanor
discussed in: Allen, George - v. 21; Coleman, J.P. - v. 203

*ROOSEVELT, Franklin D.
discussed in: Adam, Bidwell - v. 34; Allen, George - v. 21; Bratton, Willie Vance - v. 305; Catledge, Turner - v. 1; Colmer, William - v. 43; Lewis, Arthur - v. 165; McLean, George - v. 39; Pyles, Dixon - v. 394; Smith, Theo - v. 218

*ROOSEVELT, Theodore
discussed in: Applewhite, Fred - v. 87; Feibelman, Julian - v. 80; Todd, H.P. - v. 70

*ROSS, Harvey T. - Clarksdale resident, attorney - v. 663 (1994)
race relations; White Citizens' Council; Coahoma Opportunities, Inc. (COL); Luckett, Semmes; Seventh Chancery District Judge

*ROSS, T.E. Jr. - pioneer Hattiesburg physician - v. 61 (1975)
early and unusual cures; Hattiesburg in 1900; medical history of Hattiesburg's hospitals; medical pioneers in Hattiesburg; medical training and practice; military doctor in WWII; perceptions of political personalities; Tatum, W.S.F.; William Carey College; World War I military doctor

*ROSS, W.D. - Crystal Springs resident - v. 562 (1976)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) life history of growing up in Missouri; life in Crystal Springs during the early twentieth century

*ROWLAND, Lamont
Thigpen, S.G. - v. 74

*RUBIN, Larry - civil rights activist, Marshall County, Mississippi - v. 624 (1995)
voter registration(1961); SNCC; Freedom Summer; Senator James Eastland; Jewish involvement in civil rights; Marshall County, Mississippi; segregation

*RUFFIN, Sarah Harris - Eureka High School student - v. 733-5 (1994, 1995)
family background; Eureka High School; oral history agreement between EURO and USM; biographical information

*RUNNELSTOWN, Mississippi
Carter, Hugh - v. 512

*RUSH, Viola - Hattiesburg flood of 1974 - v. 285-7 (1974)
(No bound volume; tape available.) rescued by Camp Shelby personnel; wading through water inside the house

*RUSSELL, Albert R. - National Cotton Council of America - v. 147 (1977)
(Tapes and a portion of the interview restricted.) background; Blake, Rhea; Booz, Allen, and Hamilton study; Cotton Council International; Cotton Incorporated; growing up in Oxford; legislative activity of the NCC; margarine campaign; the NCC; NCC leaders; Russell, Lee; two-price cotton; USDA; World War II service; Wynn, Billy
discussed in: Blair, Raymond - v. 119; Dunn, Read Jr. - v. 139; Sears, Earl - v. 148; Youngker, Charles - v. 137

*RUSSELL, Dan M.
discussed in: Darby, Cooper - v. 158

*RUSSELL, Lee M.
discussed in: Eason, Henry - v. 45; Lewis, Arthur - v. 165; Reyer, Alma - v. 89; Russell, Albert - v. 147; Simmons, Hansford - v. 77

*RUSSUM, Bennie Plunkett - Perkinston Junior College - v. 351 (1974)
cat ball; cotton farming in the Delta; Delta, life in; education in Mississippi; growing up on a farm in Madison County; Mississippi College; Mississippians, recollections of; oil & gas industry; teachers and teaching; teaching in Louisville, Madison County; teaching in Mississippi, 1913-45; working as an oil broker

*RYAN, Matthew - Biloxi Back Bay resident - v. 63 (1973)
(Bound volume contains interview abstract only; tapes available.) back bay life style; Biloxi Back Bay immigrants; hurricanes; turn-of-the-century life and work

S

*SAETRE, Gilbert T. - USM band director - v. 563 (1973)
(No bound volume; tape available.) changes in music and bands; Hattiesburg during the '30s and '40s; immigrating to the United States from Norway; music at USM

*SAKSA, Willie - Gulf Coast Finnish community - v. 564 (1973)
(No bound volume; tape and rough transcript available.) fishing; general lifestyle; growing up in the Gulf Coast Finnish community in the early twentieth century; socializing

*SALEM CAMPGROUND
Grant, Charles - v. 298

*SALVATION ARMY
Pearson, Vernon - v. 295-35
Taylor, Robert - v. 295-43

*SANDIFER, Iva E. - Hattiesburg resident - teacher - v. 633 (1994)
Tuskegee Institute; Fisk University; Marshall, Thurgood; USO; New York University; boycott of Hattiesburg stores; integration of Hattiesburg schools; Rowan School; Eureka School; Hattiesburg High School; Dahmer, Vernon; "The Spirit;" Kennard, Clyde; Branch, Raylawni; Armstrong, Elaine

*SANSING, David - history professor, University of Mississippi - v. 695, Part II (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*SAUNDERS, Joe - Columbia police chief, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-40 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) background with Columbia police; comparison of '74 and '79 floods; evaluation of flood aftermath; flood preparations; low-income communities flooded

*SAXON, George - Mississippi Highway Patrol officer - v. 449 (1993)
Birdsong, Col. T. B.; bootlegging; Evers, Charles; FBI; FBI National Academy, attendance at; Johnson, Paul B. Jr., administration's changes for Highway Patrol; Ku Klux Klan activity; Mississippi Highway Patrol, work in; riots; University of Mississippi, 1963 desegregation of

*SAYRE, Charles R. - National Cotton Council of America - v. 135 (1974)
Better Yields Campaign; Delta Council career; Delta Pine and Land Company, managing director; National Agriculture Advisory Committee; National Cotton Council; NCC president; STAPLCOTN Cooperative Association

*SCANLON, Leo J. - physician - v. 374 (1991)
administration of drugs; electroshock therapy; hydrotherapy; Mississippi State Hospital, treatment of the mentally ill; surgeries; tunnel system in hospital

*SCAGGS, William - president, Meridian Community College - v. 695, Part II (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*SCHMIDT, C.E. - author, mayor of Ocean Springs - v. 392-17 (1973)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) being mayor of Ocean Springs; Coast future; growing up in Ocean Springs in the early twentieth century; history of Ocean Springs; seafood industry

*SCHUTT, Jane Menefee - Church Women United - v. 623 (1994)
Episcopal church; Mississippi Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights; Headstart; Southern Regional Council; National Council of Churches; Church Women United; Sovereignty Commission

*SCHWARTZ, Joseph - civil rights activist - v. 736 (1999)
childhood; left wing culture; Free Speech Movement; traveling south; Carmichael, Stokley; arrival in Mississippi; racial killings; impressions of Hattiesburg; processing civil right movement experiences; career as a psychotherapist

*SCOTT, Walter A.
mentioned in: Eason, Henry - v. 45; Langley, Fred - v. 52
see also: Jackson, Mississippi

*SCOTT COUNTY, Mississippi
McKenzie, Maude - v. 542
Price, James - v. 556

*SEAFOOD and FISHING industry
Colson, Joe - v. 273
Gehrmann, Chester - v. 392-6
Hubbell, William - v. 64
Kelly, Jim - v. 169
Lopez, Julius - v. 149
Mavar, Victor - v. 350
Mihojevich, Tony - v. 392-14
Mitchell, H.L. - v. 408
Morris, Willie - v. 100
Quave, Russell - v. 189
Swetman, Glenn - v. 391

*SEAL, Leo W. Jr. - CEO of Hancock Bank, Gulfport - v. 482 (1991)
financing for construction of Stennis Space Center; launchings; local reactions to construction; NASA employees, movement into Hancock County; oceanographic laboratories; Stennis Space Center, recollections of; Stennis, Sen. John

*SEAL, Louis Elbert - Forrest County resident - v. 288 (1974)
cattle business; cattle drives; dairy business; early life and work in Carnes; farming; Great Depression; one-room school; sawmill business; threshing wheat in Kansas; timber work with oxen

*SEARS, Earl - National Cotton Council of America - v. 148 (1977)
background and teaching career; field service years; leaving the NCC; NCC area supervisor; NCC leaders; return to NCC as assistant to the executive vice president
discussed in: Blair, Raymond - v. 119; Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144

*SEGREGATION
Bishop, E.S. - v. 358
Collier, Clinton - v. 353
Duckworth, C.J. - v. 352
Dye, Brad - v. 467
Hamilton, M.W. - v. 464
Harned, Horace - v. 355
Hewitt, Purser - v. 10
Hicks, Hervey - v. 361
Johnson, Charles - v. 344
Mars, Florence - v. 179
Newman, C.B. - v. 447
Price, Elizabeth - v. 605
Raspberry, William - v. 307
Wing, John - v. 347
Yerger, Wirt - v. 204
see also: African-American experience in Mississippi; civil rights; education, African-American experiences; education, desegregation of schools; integration; race relations

*SEATON, Mary
see: Frohman, Patricia, Betty Jones and Mary Seaton - v. 688

*SEMSKI, Lawrence - Biloxi resident, former judge and presidential appointee - v. 637 (1981)
World War II; Naval musician; University of Mississippi School of Law; Biloxi city attorney; Harrison County family court judge; Family Court Act 1974; establishing a youth court facility; National Advisory Committee on Juvenile Justice; Hurricane Camille; Mayor Guice; National Juvenile Justice Committee; Juvenile Justice Act of 1974; racial and ethnic groups on the Coast

*SENATOBIA, Mississippi
Burney, Lillie - v. 292

*SEWELL, Charles - businessman, Jackson, Miss. - v. 695, Part II (1997)
Mississippi Economics Council; Mississippi Humanities Council

*SEYMOUR, Adolph - Biloxi Back Bay resident - v. 63 (1972)
(Bound volume contains interview abstract only; tapes available.) French heritage; seafood and fishing; storms; turn-of-the-century life in the back bay area of Biloxi

*SEYMOUR, Edward - Biloxi Back Bay resident - v. 63 (1973)
(Bound volume contains interview abstract only; tapes available.) Bayou Poito; French heritage; music and dances; oyster fishing; stealing brides; turn-of-the-century life in the back bay area of Biloxi;

*SHAMPINE, A.G. - IPC Mill, Moss Point - v. 392-18 (1974)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) growth of the paper industry in south Mississippi; impact of the Moss Point Mill; paper-making process

*SHANKS, Doug - Mississippi Republican - v. 291 (1980)
background; Ford, Gerald; Jackson City Council; mayoral campaign; military service; Mississippi state politics; Republic of New Africa shootout in Jackson; Republican National Convention, 1976; Republican politics

*Sharecropper system
see: tenant system

*SHAREEF, Abdul H. - member, Muslim community of Hattiesburg - v. 405 (1992)
(retains literary property rights) conversion to Islam; growing up in Hattiesburg; Hattiesburg during World War II; job opportunities in the North; Mobile Street; Muslim community in Hattiesburg; race relations

*SHARKEY COUNTY, Mississippi
Blackwell, Unita - v. 334
Cortright, George - v. 122

*SHAW, Terri - Freedom Summer participant - v. 724 (1999)
childhood; Freedom Summer; training in Oxford, Ohio; Antioch College; King, Rev. Ed; Philadelphia murders; conflict between volunteers and SNCC staff; arrival in Hattiesburg; Justice Department and the FBI; beating of Leigh, Sandy; Dahmer, Vernon; Hattiesburg Public Library integration; Palmer's Crossing; successes and disappointments of Freedom Summer

*SHEEHAN, Nora - Hurricane Camille survivor - v. 254 (1979)
Carnival organization (Nereid); family background; Great Depression; Hurricane Camille: insurance help, relief agencies, storm warnings, strength of; hurricane of 1915; hurricane of 1947; New Orleans, ward politics of 1930s; World War II, effects of

*SHEEP farming
Amacker, A.O. - v. 78
Bounds, Houston - v. 111
Ellzey, Lee - v. 527
Smith, Otis - v. 82
Walker, E.M. - v. 92

*SHELBY, Mississippi
Owen, George - v. 192

*SHELDON, Anson H. - Mississippi Republican Party - v. 565 (1980)
(No bound volume; draft and tapes available.) growing up on a plantation in the Delta; cotton farming in the early twentieth century and the introduction of tractors; relationships with tenant farmers; Percy family stories; timber industry; KKK after World War I; 1927 flood; lily whites and the black and tan Republicans; growth of the Republicans; elections and national politics from 1930s through 1960s

*SHELTON, Cecil - Mississippi AFL CIO leader - v. 213 (1981)
Aluminum Workers International; Carter, Jimmy; civil rights marches and a boycott; Democratic Party activities; family history; growing up as sharecroppers in Grenada County; involvement with civil rights struggle; leading the Mississippi AFL CIO; race relations; Ramsay, Claude

*SHIPBUILDING industry
Hickson, Charles - v. 108
Hull, Edgar - v. 439
Mellen, Grenville - v. 160
see also: Ingalls Shipyard

*SHIPMAN, W.A.
Reyer, Alma - v. 89

*SHORTER, Rex - Mississippi Civil Defense, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-41 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) civil defense work after the flood; flood control management; flood preparations; positive effects of the flood; "shocked" by magnitude of the flood; state civil defense

*SHRIMPING industry
see: seafood and fishing industry

*SHUBUTA, Mississippi
McDevitt, Mrs. J.A. - v. 540
see also: Research Guide to the Clarke County Collection - v. 271

*SIDES, Chappell - Coffeeville farmer - v. 304-7 (1978)
(No bound volume; tapes and rough transcript available.) American Agricultural Movement

*SIGALAS, E.P. - Greek restaurant owner, Pascagoula - v. 392-19 (1975)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) growing up in Hell's Kitchen; Hurricane Camille; Ingall's Shipyard; organized crime on the Gulf Coast; Pascagoula City Council; UFO sighting; World War II

*SILLERS, Walter
discussed in: Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Davis, Russell - v. 55; Howorth, Lucy - v. 297; Johnson, Mrs. Sidney - v. 173; Leech, Dewey C. - v. 86; Mauldin, Byrd - v. 293; Maples, Darwin - v. 174; Newman, C.B. - v. 447; Ramsay, Claude - v. 215; Smith, Theo - v. 218; Young, Stanford - v. 396

*SIMMONS, Hansford, L. - state senator - v. 77 (1975)
Board of Trustees, State Institutions of Higher Learning; deputy collector of Internal Revenue; law career; observations of Mississippi leaders; state House of Representatives member; state senate; State Textbook Commission; teaching career discussed in: Adam, Bidwell - v. 34; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10

*SIMMONS, Mattie Lou - Parchman State Prison librarian - v. 566 (1981)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) growing up at Parchman; memories of disciplining prisoners; operations of the prison during the '20s and '30s; racial changes in the Delta

*SIMMONS, Miriam - state legislator, Columbia, Miss. - v. 695, Part II (1997)
College Board; Educational Television; Mississippi Humanities Council

*SIMMONS, William J. - Citizens' Council activist - v. 372 (1979)
air transport business; Citizens' Council, work for in opposition to integration; early life and family; FBI; France and French culture; Freedom Summer; Jackson, city development; lecture circuits; Louisiana Gas Transmission Co., work in; race relations; threats from opposition; University of Mississippi, desegregation of; World War II service

*SIMPSON COUNTY, Mississippi
May, W.T. - v. 539

*SIMPSON, James C. - former Mississippi State Representative, Harrison County - v. 497 (1992)
the Mississippi State Legislature during the 1960s; district reorganization; Education Reform Act; state teacher's strike; various Mississippi politicians; Johnson, Paul B.; Clark, Robert; Waller, William; Mabus, Ray; Stennis, John C.

*SIMS, A.J. - Mississippi sharecropper - v. 567 (1974)
(No bound volume; tape and transcript available.) Bilbo, Theodore; Ku Klux Klan; mining gold in Alabama; sharecropping in Forrest County and Rolling Fork during the '20s; World War I

*SIMS, Thelma - nurse, Mississippi State Hospital - v. 378 (1981)
babies, delivered in asylum; changes in treatment; electroshock therapy; hydrotherapy; isolation; medications; treatment of mentally ill

*SINCLAIR, Corinne Stewart - Pass Christian resident - v. 392-20 (1976)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) growing up on the Gulf Coast at the turn of the century; hurricanes; the Miramar Hotel; teaching at Pineville

*SINCLAIR, Eleanor - Pass Christian resident - v. 392-21 (1976)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) being a woman barber; limited education for blacks in Pass Christian; New Orleans factory work

*SINCLAIR, Upton
Kimbrough, Hunter - v. 206
Smith, B.F. - v. 568

*SLAUGHTER-HARVEY, Constance - attorney, Forest, Miss. - v. 695, Part II (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*SLAVERY
Boston, Eulalia - v. 508
Brown, Mary - v. 81
Chatman, Sam - v. 516
Grant, Charles - v. 298
Johnson, Mrs. Sidney - v. 173
Peters, Pete - v. 550
Shanks, Doug - v. 291
Smith, B.F. - v. 568

*SMITH, Ms. (anonymous) - Hattiesburg resident - v. 459 (1993)
AIDS and gay activism; gay community in Hattiesburg; growing up in Hattiesburg

*SMITH, Andrew Gahagan - Brookhaven resident - v. 239 (1983)
Emergency Relief Administration (ERA), auditing for; ERA criminal audits; Hopkins, Harry; personal background; Works Progress Administration, working for; WPA and Mississippi politics; WPA, Brookhaven District office

*SMITH, B.F. - south Mississippi native - v. 568 (1974)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) becoming a Baptist preacher; slavery stories; teaching school; turn-of-the-century life in south Mississippi; William Carey College

*SMITH, Charlie and Rosie - Issaquena County residents - v. 569 (1976)
(No bound volume; tape and transcript available.) 1927 flood; being a foreman on a plantation; life in turn-of-the-century Issaquena County; sickness from working the fields and chemicals used on cotton; working as a sharecropper

*SMITH, Craig
mentioned in: Beatty, Francis - v. 117; Wilson, Clyde - v. 136

*SMITH, E. Hammond - Hattiesburg civil rights activist - v. 369 (1982)
Alcorn State University, studies in; civil rights and voter registration; early life and family; Hattiesburg, general recollections of; pharmacy business; race relations and the black community in Hattiesburg

*SMITH, Estus - vice president, Kettering Foundation - vol. 695, Part II (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council; race relations

*SMITH, Frances Thornton - teacher - v. 661 (1996)
Daughters of the Confederacy; Children of the Confederacy; teaching; integration; Colonial Dames; early Hattiesburg history

*SMITH, Frank - U.S. representative from Mississippi - v. 154 (1976, 1993)
1948 Democratic National Convention; 1962 elections; background; bibliography of Mr. Smith's books; civil rights; Citizens' Council; Congressional career; early career in journalism; gerrymandered out of Congress; growing up in the Delta (Leflore County, Sidon and Greenwood); Mississippians and states' rights; The Morning Star (Greenwood); Ole Miss integration crisis; Senator Stennis's initial senatorial campaign; serving as Senator Stennis's legislative assistant; State Sovereignty Commission; Truman, Eisenhower, and Kennedy; WWII service
discussed in: Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Cortright, George - v. 122; Johnson, Mrs. Sidney - v. 173; Ramsay, Claude - v. 215

*SMITH, Gerald - deputy director of Stennis Space Center - v. 684 (1994)
family background; education; work at Marshall Space Flight Center; move to General Electric; working on the Solid Rocket Booster and Space Shuttle Main Engine programs; effect of the Challenger accident on the space program; move to Stennis Space Center; Estess, Roy; cancellation of the Advanced Solid Rocket Motor (ASRM) program; opposition to ASRM; NASA budget cuts; relationship between Stennis and Marshall; Stennis as a Center of Excellence; Guin, Harry

*SMITH, Irvin - Neshoba County farmer - v. 570 (1974)
(No bound volume; tape and transcript available.) Bilbo, Theodore; cotton farming during the Great Depression; farming corn, cotton, bee hives, orchards, and dairy; growing up on a turn-of-the-century farm

*SMITH, James "Pat" - history professor, USM - v. 695, Part II (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*SMITH, Lemuel A. - Mississippi State Supreme Court justice - v. 330 (1986)
background information; court staffing and work load; intermediate court of appeals; Newell vs. State; Pruitt v. City of Rosedale; state supreme court

*SMITH, Luther Andrew - retired chancery judge - v. 11 (1971)
education and law school; forming a Hattiesburg law firm; Hattiesburg in 1908; reminiscences of state and local politicians; teaching at Toccopola, Mississippi;

*SMITH, Maggie Harbeson - Carriere resident - v. 571 (1974)
(No bound volume; tape available.) Bilbo, Theodore; Crosby, L.O.; early twentieth century life in Carriere; family's poultry, dairy, and truck-farming business; lumber industry; midwifery; school consolidation problems in Pearl River County

*SMITH, Martin
mentioned in: Ramsay, Claude v. 215

*SMITH, Michael - journalist and educator - v. 448 (1993)
Citizens' Council, opinions on; civil rights movement; Johnson, Paul B. Jr., administration of; Ku Klux Klan, Johnson's policy against; race relations; Sovereignty Commission

*SMITH, Otis R. - Pearl River County resident - v. 82 (1974)
Edward Himes Lumber Company; growing up on a farm in Pearl River County; logging camps; recollections of Theodore Bilbo; World War I service

*SMITH, Mrs. P.E. "Katie" - Hattiesburg resident - v. 660 (1996)
Civil War; Daughters of the Confederacy; Daughters of the American Revolution; music; life in 1930s Hattiesburg; World War II; race relations; civil rights

*SMITH, Patrick D. - Mendenhall native and author - v. 196 (1980)
as P.R. director of University of Mississippi during desegregation; at Hinds Junior College; automobile dealership; career as a novelist; Freedom Summer atmosphere; Green, A. Wigfall; life in rural Mendenhall; University of Mississippi; World War II and the Merchant Marine

*SMITH, Richard E. - Vietnam POW - v. 98 (1975)
POW experiences; Ramsay Clark's visit to Hanoi; repatriation experience; Vietnam combat experiences
see also: Vietnam War, Vietnam POWs

*SMITH, Theodore - Mississippi state representative and senator - v. 218 (1984)
Air Force career; Bailey, Tom; Bilbo, Theodore; highway program, 1936; homestead exemption act; Ladner, Heber; Roosevelt, Franklin Delano; Sillers, Walter; World War II service
discussed in: DeCell, Herman - v. 207; Griffin, Charles - v. 191; Ramsay, Claude - v. 215; Tatum, Joe - v. 457; Winter, William - v. 417

*SMITH COUNTY, Mississippi
Duckworth, C.J. - v. 352
Dukes, William - v. 40
Richardson, Thomas - v. 559
Sullivan, G.R. - v. 167
Sullivan, Shep - v. 577

*SNCC
see: Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

*SNELL, Reese Harris - Hattiesburg resident, football coach, school administrator - v. 631 (1995)
World War II; 85th Infantry Division; high school athletics; coaching; integrating high school sports

*SNODGRASS, Charlie
discussed in: Fairly, Ken - v. 455

*SOCIAL WORKERS and social work
Bratton, Willie Vance - v. 305
Broyles, Lola - v. 701

*SOIL CONSERVATION
Nelms, W.C. - v. 381
Powe, William A. - v. 377

*SOMERVILLE, Nellie Nugent
Howorth, Lucy - v. 297

*SOUTHERN BAPTISTS and the Southern Baptist Convention
Cooper, Owen - v. 57
Davis, Ralph -v. 84
Davis, Mrs. Ralph - v. 85
Hudgins, W. Douglas - v. 532

*SOUTHERN FROSTED FOODS
Longo, John - v. 269

*SOUTHERN TENANT FARMERS UNION
Mitchell, H.L. - v. 408

*Sovereignty Commission
see: Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission

*SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR
Glaczier, W.C. - v. 392

*SPARKMAN, Colley F. - dean, State Teachers College - v. 289 (1972, 1973)
academic freedom; background and early career; Belhaven College; Bilbo, Theodore, perceptions of; Mississippi governors, comments on; race relations; Sparkman, Mrs. Colley F., interview with; students of the 1970s; tenure at Mississippi Southern; textbook contract

*SPARKMAN, Mrs. Colley F. - Norwegian immigrant - v. 289 - (1972, 1973)
background and early career; memories of Norway; Mississippi Southern College, comments on; race relations

*SPATES, Mary Lou - Pine Hills region resident - v. 635 (1995)
Great Depression; lumber camps; food

*SPEED, Leland
mentioned in: Eason, Henry - v. 45
see also: Jackson, Mississippi

*SPELL, William E. - attorney - v. 641 (1993)
Stennis, John C.; Mississippi Test Facility; NASA; Balch, Jack; Stennis Space Center

*SPINKS, Eberta - Hattiesburg civil rights activits - v. 720 (1995)
childhood; Mobile Street; Great Depression; World I; World II; civil rights movement; housing civil rights workers in home; integrating the Pinehurst Hotel and Kress's; voter registration

*SPINKS, Sam - Hatttiesburg educator and superintendent - v. 693 (1997)
World War II service; memories of Camp Shelby and Keesler; college education at USM; education in Henleyville; school consolidation in Jones County; black school conditions in Jones and Pearl River Counties; graduate school in Colorado; desegregation in Hattiesburg; teachers' unions and lawsuits; administration problems; changes in the curriculum; bond issues

*SPORTS
Barber, Walter - v. 44
Bellande, M.J. - v. 505
Boston, Eulalia - v. 508
Byrne, Tony - v. 420
Chadwick, Eugene - v. 514
Clegg, Hugh - v. 99
Dukes, Tommie - v. 488
Dunaway, Dave - v. 411
Ferlise, Mr. Pat - v. 679
Grant, Helen - v. 650
Green, Bernard Reed - v. 655
Hairston, Jack - v. 335
Hale, Edwin "Goat" - v. 68
Havard, Jimmy - v. 735
Johnson, M.C. "Tuffy" - v. 680
Kauchick, Eddie - v. 734
Lopez, Julius - v. 149
Martin, Jobie L. - v. 733-4
Monroe, Otho Austin - v. 545
Montgomery, J.T. - v. 546
Snell, Reese Harris - v. 631
Turner, Thomas - v. 28
Walters, Carl - v. 170
Webb, Charles - v. 258
Webb, J.L. "Skeeter" - v. 585
Winstead, Don - v. 683

*SPRUILL, Charlie - Webster County resident, folk singer - v. 572 (1977)
(No bound volume; tape available.) Civil War stories; growing up in Webster County at the turn of the century; singing folk ballads

*SPURLOCK, Ann C. - USM history; education - v. 573 (1978)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) extension agent in Forrest County; growing up at Three Oaks Plantation in Lowndes County; life as daughter of first USM president; thirty years of teaching; university purges

*STANLEY, Don L. - Delta farmer - v. 304-08 (1978)
(No bound volume; tapes and rough transcript available.) American Agricultural Movement

*STANTON COLLEGE, Natchez, Mississippi
Todd, H.P. - v. 70

*STANTON, Esther - Gulf Coast musician - v. 602 (1981)
being a musician on the Gulf Coast in the early twentieth century; joining the WACs; WWII music work; "Sweethearts of Swing"; Jazz; Red Skelton; Art Tatum; Eddie Stone; Liberace; Hogie Carmichael

*STANSEL, Horace
discussed in: Howorth, Lucy - v. 297

*STARKVILLE, Mississippi
Arnold, John R. - v. 114

State Government
see: Mississippi governors, lieutenant governors, state legislators, and other state government officials

*State Institutions of Higher Learning
see: Board of Trustees, State Institutions of Higher Learning

*State Sovereignty Commission
see: Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission

*State Teachers College, Mississippi
see: University of Southern Mississippi

*STATE TIMES, Jackson, Mississippi
Bradley, Charles - v. 194
Cook, Robert Cecil - v. 4
Dunn, Burris - v. 331
Emmerich, John Oliver - v. 16
McDavid, O.C. - v. 166
Walters, Carl - v. 170
see also: journalists and journalism; newspapers and newspaper work

*Steamboats
see: transportation

*STEGENGA, Piet - Canadian immigrant to Mississippi - v. 201 (1979)
Civil Service; early life in Canada; early life in Pass Christian; Hurricane Camille; hurricane of 1947; Keesler Air Force Base, West Pier; Pearl Harbor

*STEGENGA, Valena - Hurricane Camille survivor - v. 201 (1979)
early life; Hurricane Camille

*STEINER, Alison - Hattiesburg attorney - v. 416 (1992)
anti-feminist sentiment in Mississippi; Central Mississippi Legal Services; feminist issues, 1960 1980; International Women's Year Conference

*STENNIS, John
discussed in: Adam, Bidwell - v. 34; Baxter, Roy - v. 422; Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Corlew, John - v. 221; Crosby, L.O. - v. 155; Eason, Henry - v. 45; Emmerich, John Oliver - v. 16; Guin, J.H. - 430; Haas, Irene - v. 272; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10; Hlass, Jerry - v. 437; Holleman, Boyce - v. 484; Jackson, Robert - v. 143; Key, Al - v. 83; Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144; Lester, Garner - v. 127; Lewis, Arthur - v. 165; McKellar, Charles - v. 93; Ramsay, Claude - v. 215; Russell, Albert - v. 147; Seal, Leo Jr. - v. 482; Simmons, Hansford - v. 77; Smith, Frank - v. 154; Spell, William E. - v. 641; Stevens, Boswell - v. 9; Stevens, James - v. 180; Sturdivant, Mike - v. 109; Tatum, Joe - v. 457; Todd, H.P. - v. 70; Walker, Prentiss - v. 208; Warrington, James - v. 283; Wilson, L.A. - v. 66; Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67; Wilson, Roberts Jr. - v. 636; Winter, William - v. 417

*STENNIS SPACE CENTER, Hancock County, Mississippi
Stennis Space Center History Project
Auter, Henry - v. 261
Barrentine, William - v. 619
Baxter, Roy - v. 422
Boutwell, Mrs. J.R. - v. 446
Brockman, Ott - v. 618
Cashion, Ken - v. 466
Estess, Roy - v. 444
Fletcher, L.L. - v. 445
Fortune, William C. - v. 649
Guin, J.H. - v. 430
Heimburg, Karl - v. 399
Herring, Mack - v. 415
Hlass, Jerry - v. 437
Hover, Mrs. J.W. - v. 446
Howard, William - v. 696
Kellar, A.D. - v. 454
LaMunyon, Ted - v. 409
Matkin, William - v. 393
Morrill, Peter - v. 442
Nicholson, Roscoe - v. 404
Paul, Lee - v. 397
Quick, C. Hooker - v. 600
Rogers, Arthur - v. 386
Seal, Leo - v. 482
Smith, Gerald - v. 684
Spell, William E. - v. 641
Tessman, Bernhard - v. 399
Wolverton, Bill - v. 421
Woods, E.G. - v. 435

*STEPHENS, Hubert
discussed in: Clegg, Hugh - v. 99; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10

*STEPTOE, Eldridge W. Jr. - civil rights activist - v. 653 (1995)
race relations; civil rights movement; SNCC; COFO; Lee, Herbert; McComb; Amite County; NAACP

*STERNBERG, Edward - Gulfport railroad worker - v. 392-22 (1974)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) being a railroad claims investigator; changes on the Gulf Coast; Hurricane Camille; strikes and union activity among railway workers

*STEVENS, Ben M. Jr. - Richton resident, Richton Tie and Timber - v. 491 (1991)
timber industry, banking; Richton Tie and Timber; effect of World War II on the lumber industry; B.M. Stevens Company

*STEVENS, Boswell - National Cotton Council of America - v. 9 (1972)
dairy business; Mississippi Farm Bureau president; National Cotton Council; sharecropping; State Institutions of Higher Learning, trustee

*STEVENS, George A. - director, Mississippi Marketing Council - v. 376 (1976)
Bilbo, Theodore G.; early life and family; Hattiesburg in 1920s; Johnson, Paul B. Jr.; Korean War service; Mississippi Marketing Council; racial violence, memories of; World War II Pacific theater, service in

*STEVENS, M. James - Gulf Coast businessman - v. 180 (1972)
Gulf Islands National Sea Shore Project; historic preservation projects; life on the Mississippi Gulf Coast; long-term impact of Hurricane Camille; owner and operator of the Confederate Inn (Gulfport)

*STEVENS, Rose Budd
see: Willoughby, Mrs. Bennett - v. 247

*STEVENSON, Adlai E.
discussed in: Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Morris, Willie - v. 110

*STEWART, Ariel - Gulf Coast resident - v. 575 (1973)
(No bound volume; rough transcript and tape available.) camp meetings; growing up in Woolmarket in the early twentieth century; lifestyle and playtime activities; sheep ranches

*STEWART, Marjorie - Gulf Coast resident - v. 576 (1973)
(No bound volume; rough transcript and tape available.) growing up in Woolmarket in the early twentieth century; teaching career

*STEWART, Peter - director of minority affairs, University Medical Center - v. 712 (1997)
early education; sharecropping; African-American landowners in Hinds County; Air Force service; Jackson State University; Howard University; teaching career; Jackson desegregation; integration versus freedom of choice; Head Start; Mississippi Action for Progress; Child Development Group in Mississippi; work at University Medical Center

*STEWART, Ray - Mississippi legislator - v. 318 (1985)
1939 campaign for legislature; 1940 Legislative Session; ad valorem taxation; free textbooks bill; Governor Johnson; personalities of legislators; the Riddell bill; women representatives

*STONE COUNTY, Mississippi
Breland, Houston - v. 509
Broadus, Jesse - v. 510
O'Neal, C.E. - v. 547

*STOUT, Pauline - University of Southern Mississippi - v. 308 (1975)
family background; Stout, Wilbur; University of Southern Mississippi

*STOUT, Wilbur
discussed in: Bahr, Howard - v. 199; Cook, Robert - v. 4; Stout, Pauline - v. 308; Wilbur, Leon - v. 101

*STRIEGLER, Kathleen Roberts - opera singer - v.12 (1972)
critics; European opera; German opera; life in Europe; music education; music interests; performing groups; repertoire

*STRONG, Evelyn Ayers - mental health nurse - v. 412 (1992)
alcoholism and addictions, treatment of; changes in treatment and patient management; electric shock therapy; family background; nursing at Mississippi State Hospital; staffing shortages in 1950s; training at Baptist Hospital, Jackson, Mississippi

*STUDENT NONVIOLENT COORDINATING COMMITTEE
Adickes, Sandra - v. 731
Blackwell, Unita - v. 334
Brown, Jess - v. 20
Cobb, Charles - v. 668
Guyot, Lawrence - v. 673
Hamer, Fannie Lou - v. 31
Michaels, Sheila Shiki y Kessler - v. 732
Moore, Amzie - v. 184
Rubin, Larry - v. 624
Schwartz, Joseph - v. 736

*STURDIVANT, Mike P. - businessman and farmer - v. 109 (1976)
business career in hotel management; farming; political perceptions; reflections on the tenant system; Trustee, State Institutions of Higher Learning; views on integration and race relations

*SUESS, James - Jackson psychiatrist, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-42 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) biographical information; emotional effects on people; flood experiences; no flood insurance; stacking furniture on blocks and other flood preparations

*SUGAR industry
Powe, William A. - v. 377

*SUGG, Robert P. - Mississippi State Supreme Court justice - v. 328 (1986)
background information; death penalty; Mississippi Constitution; state supreme court

*SULLENS, Fred
discussed in: Adam, Bidwell - v. 34; Amacker, A.O. - v. 78; Bilbo, Theodore Jr. - v. 151; Bradley, Norman - v. 194; Brown, Robert - v. 60; Clegg, Hugh - v. 99; Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Colmer, William - v. 43; Emmerich, John Oliver - v. 16; Feibelman, Julian - v. 80; Hale, Edwin - v. 68; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10; Lester, Garner - v. 127; McDavid, O.C. - . 166; Reyer, Alma - v. 89; Walters, Carl - v. 170

*SULLIVAN, Charles
discussed in: Cochran, Thad - v. 220; Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10; Johnson, Mrs. Sidney - v. 173; Key, Al - v. 83; Pace, William - v. 219; Sturdivant, Mike - v. 109; Wilson, L.A. Jr. - v. 66

*SULLIVAN, G.R. - Sullivan's Hollow resident - v. 167 (1978)
Civil War stories; driving for General Eisenhower; growing up in Smith County; work with the Forestry Service; working with the CCC during the Depression; World War II service

*SULLIVAN, Michael - Mississippi State Supreme Court justice - v. 329 (1986)
Broom, Vernon; death penalty; state supreme court; women and the judiciary

*SULLIVAN, Shep - Smith County native - v. 577 (1978)
(No bound volume; draft and tapes available.) growing up in Smith County at the turn-of-the-century; Sullivan family feud in Sullivan's Hollow

*SUMRALL, Richard - Sumrall mayor - v. K4 (1990)
agriculture and industry in Sumrall area; farming in Lamar and Covington Counties; flu epidemic of 1918; Great Depression; mail delivery by horse and buggy; mayor of Sumrall; U.S. Postal Service, work as a mail carrier (Retains literary rights)

*SUNFLOWER COUNTY, Mississippi
Britt, A.E. - v. 364

*SWAMPS and marshlands of Mississippi
Applewhite, Fred - v. 87
Kelly, Jim - v. 169

*SWAN, Jimmy radio personality v. 187 (1977)
(Tapes and a portion of the interview restricted.) 1967 gubernatorial race; 1971 gubernatorial race; attempted assassination; background; Barnett, Ross; campaigning for George Wallace; Charles Evers' endorsement in 1971; Citizens' Council and the KKK; civil rights movement; Meredith integration of Ole Miss; singing career; support for Jimmy Carter

*SWETMAN, Glenn L. - bank president and Biloxi resident - v. 391 (1979)
banking industry, growth and activities of; Biloxi as a seafood capital; carnival in Biloxi, work in; early life and family; Hurricane Camille; Johnson, Paul B. Jr.; Keesler Air Force Base; Long, Huey; Nixon, Richard M.; organized crime on Gulf Coast; politics in Mississippi; Prohibition and bootlegging in Mississippi; seafood industry

*SWITZER, John A. - Hurricane Camille survivor - v. 227 (1979)
family background; Gulf Coast gambling; Gulf Coast, growing up on; hardware business; hurricane of 1947; Pascagoula-Moss Point Bank; Prohibition; Hurricane Camille: businesses, insurance coverage, looting, relief agencies, rescue efforts, and wind

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*TAFT, William H.
discussed in: Feibelman, Julian - v. 80; Todd, H.P. - v. 70

*TALBERT, Ernestine Denham - Mississippi educator - v. 702 (1997)
Alcorn State; Covington County; teaching in segregated schools; school desegregation; Mississippi Teachers Association; Greene County School Board; registering to vote

*TATUM, Joseph F. - Wilmut Gas Co., Hattiesburg - v. 457 (1976)
B&S Railroad Co.; Cathode protection method; coke and graphite market; county boards of supervisors in Mississippi; early education; Hattiesburg; Mississippi Economic Council; perceptions of Mississippi politicians; philosophy of business; Tatum, W.S.F.; Wilmut Gas Co.

*TATUM, W.S.F.
discussed in: Ainsworth, Charles - v. 156; Earles, Ben - v. 190; Estes, Mrs. W.E. - v. 54; Hennington, Mrs. Lamar - v. 76; Maples, Clem - v. 94; Meyers, Hulon - v. 349; Ross, T.E. - v. 61; Tatum, Joseph - v. 457; Thompson, Walter - v. 581 see also: Hattiesburg; timber, logging, and lumber industries

*TAYLOR, Robert - Salvation Army, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-43 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) background with Salvation Army; flood preparations; Mennonite volunteers; relief work by the Salvation Army

*TAYLOR, Robert Lawrence - Hurricane Camille survivor - v. 275 (1979, 1980)
Gulfport, before and during WWII; Hurricane Camille: insurance companies, looting, recovery and rebuilding

*TCHULA, Mississippi (Holmes County)
Carthan, Eddie - v. 478

*TENANT system or sharecropping
Arnold, John R. - v. 114
Ball, Mrs. R.E. - v. 389
Brown, Mary - v. 81
Benson, C.F. - v. 343
Britt, A.E. - v. 364
Bush, Guy - v. 511
Corban, Emma - v. 357
Cortright, George - v. 122
Craig, LoRaine - v. 363
Curtis, Perry - v. 523
Deal, Borden - v. 193
Denton, Chauncey - v. 123
Fairbank, Robert - v. 474
Fairley, J.C. - v. 375
Hamer, Fannie Lou - v. 31
Henry, Aaron - v. 33
Holloway, Mariah - v. 392-10
House, Mary Sheldon - v. 267
Kitchens, O.W. - v. 537
Mitchell, H.L. - v. 408
Rash, Rev. Sammie - v. 640
Ripley, Minnie - v. 341
Sheldon, Anson - v. 565
Shelton, Cecil - v. 213
Sims, A.J. - v. 567
Smith, Charlie and Rosie - v. 569
Stevens, Boswell - v. 9
Stewart, Peter - v. 712
Sturdivant, Mike - v. 109
Thames, David - v. 579
Yarbrough, George - v. 367
see also: plantation life and management; race relations

*TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY
Smith, Frank v. 154

*TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE Waterway
Ford, Will - v. 304-02

*TERRY, Edward - Big Creek native - v. 578 (1976)
(No bound volume; tape available.) Bilbo, Theodore; cotton gin and sawmill work; curing meat; farm life; Great Depression; growing up in Big Creek

*TESSMAN, Bernhard R. - German rocket scientist v. 399 (1992)
Mississippi Test Facility; NASA; Peenemunde; Saturn rockets; V-2 rockets; von Braun, Werhner; working for the U.S. military

*TEXTILE industry in Mississippi
Jackson, Robert - v. 143
Lipscomb, Edward - v. 145
McCabe, W. Gordon - v. 132
Reid, William - v. 134
see also: American Textile Manufacturers Institute

*THAMES, Billy - president, Copiah-Lincoln Community College - v. 695, Part II (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*THAMES, David T. - Seminary resident - v. 579 (1978)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) agriculture; cotton gin co-op; developing the cattle industry; growing up in Seminary (Covington County, Thames community); tenant farmers

*THIGPEN, Roy - director, Highway Safety - v. 695, Part II (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*THIGPEN, S.G. Sr. businessman, author, and Pearl River County resident - v. 74 (1973)
background; cattle ranching, development of; coming and decline of the railroads; coming of electricity; commercial interests; Copeland Gang; desperadoes in Mississippi; Hancock County NASA installation; Hurricane Camille and destruction of tung oil industry; Indians; KKK and Whitecaps; lumber industry; "The Ole Time Radio Program"; Pearl River boat traffic; perceptions of Mississippians; Picayune history; Rowland, Lamont; Rowland Lumber Company; sawmills and the Depression; Spanish land grants; Thigpens; tung oil industry
see also: Picayune; Crosby, L.O. Jr.

*THOMAS, Harry M. - Hattiesburg resident and USM employee - v. 321 (1975)
growing up in Mississippi; Mississippi Normal College; pranks and panty raids; reminiscences of Hattiesburg; USM after WWII; USM's great coaches

*THOMAS, Isaac - Eureka High School student - v. 733-6 (1994, 1995)
family's arrival in Hattiesburg; Eurkea High School; athletics; African-American Hattiesburg businesses; Alcorn College; first housing projects; Methodist Hospital; Walnut Street Pharmacy; decision to be a pharmacist; importance of Eureka High School

*THOMAS, S. B. - Greenville native - v. 580 (1974)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) 1927 flood; Great Depression; Greenville at the turn of the century; service in the legislature (1928-32); state political figures, including Theodore Bilbo

*THOMPKINS, Isaac - Hattiesburg resident - v. 285-10 (1974)
(No bound volume; tape available.) fleeing to the bus station; Hattiesburg flood of 1974

*THOMPSON, Allen C.
discussed in: Eason, Henry - v. 45; Langley, Fred - v. 52

*THOMPSON, Bennie G. - mayor of Bolton, Mississippi - v. 339 (1974)
Bolton, Mississippi: recollections, race relations; civil rights movement, participation in; Bolton's first black mayor: white and black reactions; education in Mississippi; political activities in Bolton; segregation

*THOMPSON, Fewell - Hattiesburg city commissioner - v. 342 (1974)
Hattiesburg: Depression years, early mayors, growth of; railroads; timber industry; World War I experiences

*THOMPSON, Walter - Hattiesburg native - v. 581 (1975)
(No bound volume; rough transcript and tape available.) Hattiesburg at the turn of the century; Hattiesburg town history; race relations and civil rights; the Tatums; working at hotels and the country club

*THOMPSON, William Bert - Mississippi educator - v. 270 (1976)
biography; educational career; family and educational background; Greenville Public Schools, superintendent of; guiding Greenville through desegregation; military career; President Nixon's Commission on Education; study at University of Mississippi; Waller, William

*THORNHILL, James - Marion County Civil Defense, Pearl River Flood - v. 295-44 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) 550 homes affected; cutting the Highway 98 bypass; flood aftermath; flood preparations in Columbia

*THORNTON, George B. - World War II prisoner of war - v. 251 (1980)
buddy system; Cabanatuan, incarceration at; coal mines, working in; Corregidor, surrender of; diet in POW camp; escape attempt; family background; incarceration, long term effects of; Japan, incarceration in; liberation; Panay crisis; Pearl Harbor; punishments

*THORNTON, Leila - Pachuta resident - v. 271-25 (1984)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) lifestyle, work, and attitudes in early twentieth century Clarke County

*THRASH, E.E.
discussed in: Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144; Stevens, Boswell - v. 9; Turner, Thomas - v. 28 see also: Board of Trustees, State Institutions of Higher Learning

*TILL, Emmett
Mars, Florence - v. 179
Moore, Amzie - v. 184
Wilson, Roberts Jr. - v. 636
see also: racial violence

*TIMBER, LOGGING, and LUMBER industries in Mississippi
general
Ainsworth, Charles - v. 156
Applewhite, Fred - v. 87
Burns, Peter T. Sr. - v. 729
Carley, John - v. 107
Clifton, Clark - v. 517
Crosby, L.O. Jr. - v. 155
Darby, Cooper - v. 158
Davis, Ben - v. 524
Dukes, Tommie - v. 488
Earles, Ben - v. 190
Finlayson, J.S. - v. 528
Foote, L.Y. Sr. - v. 72
Frost, Mary - v. 664
Hughes, Jessie - v. 237
Jones, Garfield - v. 534
King, Willis Mae - v. 664
Lockard, Jacob - v. 436
Lumpkin, F.S. - v. 103
May, William - v. 642
McDaniel, Anise - v. 664
Monroe, Otho Austin - v. 545
Myers, Hulon - v. 349
Parker, Charlie - v. 400
Peters, Pete - v. 550
Ponder, Arthur - v. 263
Ratcliff, Wade - v. 557
Reyer, Joe - v. 90
Seal, Louis - v. 288
Smith, Maggie - v. 571
Smith, Otis - v. 82
Terry, Edward - v. 578
Thigpen, S.G. - v. 74
Thompson, Fewell - v. 342
Turner, Maurice - v. 687
Vaughn, Mairs - v. 583
Walker, E.M. - v. 92
Weston, Silas - v. 586
particular companies
B.M. Stevens Co.: Stevens, Ben M. Jr. - v. 491
Delta Pine and Land: Sayre, Charles - v. 135
Eastman Gardner: Parker, Charlie - v. 400
Edward Hines: Smith, Otis - v. 82
Goodyear Yellow Pine: Crosby, L.O. Jr. - v. 155; Thigpen, S.G. - v. 74
Newman Lumber: Hennington, Mrs. Lamar - v. 76
Richton Tie and Timber: Stevens, Ben M. Jr. - v. 491
Rowland Lumber: Thigpen, S.G. - v. 74
St. Regis Lumber: Crosby, L.O. Jr. - v. 155
Tatum Lumber: Earles, Ben - v. 190; Foote, L.Y. Sr. - v. 72; Myers, Hulon - v. 349
see also: forests in Mississippi; Tatum, W.S.F.; tung oil industry; turpentine industry

*TIMS, P. A. - newspaper publisher - v. 387 (1976)
1926 lynching; Bilbo, Theodore G., recollections of; Camille's destruction of tung oil industry; early life and family; growing up in rural Attala County; Hurricane Camille; Mississippi Normal College, attendance at; newspaper work; Parker, Mack Charles; Pearl River County; Poplarville City Council; race relations; tung oil industry

*TODD, Hiram P. - educator and economic analyst - v. 70 (1992)
career in education; Federal Land Bank; improvements in health care; perceptions of political leaders; Todd, Lillian
discussed in: Moye, James - v. 216

*TOLSON, Clyde
discussed in: Clegg, Hugh - v. 99

*TOOMER, Lois - survivor of Hurricane Camille - v. 236 (1979)
cancer, recurring bouts with; family background; hurricane of 1947; World War II Hurricane Camille: aftermath of, evacuation measures, looting, preparations for, and relief agencies

*TORGERSEN, Georgette Hale - Hurricane Camille survivor - v. 229 (1979)
family background; hurricane of 1947 Hurricane Camille: aftermath of, insurance coverage, looting, relief agencies, rescue efforts, and storm warnings

*TOUGALOO COLLEGE, Tougaloo, Mississippi
Bailey, Ben - v. 695, Part I
Guyot, Lawrence - v. 673
Johnston, Erle - v. 276
Randolph, James D.- v. 373
Ward, Jerry - v. 695, part II
White, Jesse - v. 65

*TOURISM
Hubbell, William - v. 64

*Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek (1830)
see: Dancing Rabbit Creek, Treaty of (1830); Indians of Mississippi

*TRIBUNE,Tampa, Florida
Jordan, Eleanor - v. 340

*TRIGGS, Gene - Gov. Paul Johnson Jr.'s campaign manager - v. 385 (1975, 1993)
Agricultural and Industrial Board; Agriculture, Industry, Commerce program; Barnett, Ross; Coleman, J. P.; early life and family; Eastland, Jim; Johnson, Paul B. Jr., campaign and administration; the Mississippi Marketing Council; political activity and recollections; Waller, William; Williams, John B.

*TRUMAN, Harry S.
discussed in: Allen, George - v. 21; Baker, Harry - v. 115; Barringer, Lewis - v. 116; Catledge, Turner - v. 1; Colmer, William - v. 43; Greene, Percy - v. 286; Jackson, Robert - v. 143; Mellen, Grenville - v. 160; Smith, Frank - v. 154; Wilson, L.A. Jr. - v. 66; Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67

*TUBB, Jack
discussed in: O'Ferral, C.A. - v. 96

*TUBB, Thomas Jefferson - West Point resident, attorney - v. 490 (1978)
Democratic Party (state); Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning; University of Mississippi; University of Mississippi, integration of; Meredith, James; Dixicrat movement; Brown v. Board of Education

*TULLY, Rosemary - survivor of Hurricane Camille - v. 268 (1979)
biography; Camille cleanup and recovery; health and safety problems; hurricane experiences; staying in the hurricane shelter; World War II service in the Navy

*TUNG OIL industry in Mississippi
Bounds, Houston - v. 111
Crosby, L.O. Jr. - v. 155
Thigpen, S.G. - v. 74
Tims, P.A. - v. 387

*TUPELO, Mississippi
Riley, Frank - v. 695, part II
Walters, Carl - v. 170

*TUPELO Journal, Tupelo, Mississippi
Horne, McDonald - v. 142
Walters, Carl - v. 170

*TURPENTINE industry in Mississippi
Earles, Ben - v. 190
Lumpkin, F.S. - v. 102
McCarty, Oseola - v. 657
Monroe, Otho Austin - v. 545
Myers, Hulon - v. 349
Polk, Ida Lee - v. 554
Walker, E.M. - v. 92
see also: timber, logging, and lumber industries

*TURNER, Maurice - Piney Woods resident - v. 687 (1996)
personal and family background; farming and cattle drives; floating logs down Bear Creek; hogs; sheep; timber and logging; ox teams and logging camps; Dantzler, Louvine, and Turner lumber companies; Rose and Berry sawmill; the Great Depression; teaching vocational agriculture; industrialization and railroads; the Mississippi-Alabama line; electric lights; race relations; life after the sawmills

*TURNER, Thomas Newell businessman and planter v. 28 (1977)
Bilbo, Theodore; board trustee, State Institutions of Higher Learning; Dean, Dizzy; James Meredith enters Ole Miss; mechanization of plantations; Ole Miss; plantation life; political personalities; promoting prize fights and wrestling; Turner Brothers plantations; Turner's Drugstore, Belzoni

*TYLERTOWN, Mississippi
Applewhite, Fred - v. 87
Dunaway, Dave - v. 411

*TYLERTOWN TIMES, Tylertown, Mississippi
McDavid, O.C. - v. 166
Pittman, Paul - v. 553

*TYLER, James C. - World War II POW - v. K3 (1990)
"Enter the Sanctum Sanctorum of My Life" (a written account of the POW experience); POW experiences; radio operator; shot down over France; stationed in England with the 92nd Air Force Group (Retains literary property rights)

*TYRE, S.H. - Hercules plant in Hattiesburg - v. 582 (1973)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) Great Depression; Hattiesburg history; manager at Hercules, 1924-60; plant changes; unions

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*UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS (UFOs)
Hickson, Charles - v. 108
Sigalas, E.P. - v. 392-19

*UNION COUNTY, Mississippi
Deal, Borden - v. 193

*UNITED NATIONS
Olden, Samuel B. - v. 406

*UNITED STATES, government of
presidents and the presidency
Allen, George - v. 21
representatives and senators from Mississippi
Abernethy, Thomas G. - v. 23
Cochran, Thad - v. 220
Colmer, William - v. 43
Griffin, Charles - v. 191
Smith, Frank - v. 154
Walker, Prentiss - v. 208
Williams, John Bell - v. 106
representatives and senators from other states
Chandler, Albert B. (Kentucky) - v. 362
see also: elections; names of individual presidents or individual officeholders

*UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY, West Point, New York
Berry, Sidney v. 198
Bilbo, Theodore G., Jr. v. 151
Carley, John v. 107
Eaton, Robert E. Lee - v. 601

*UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT
Clegg, Hugh - v. 99
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203

*UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
Stewart, Peter - v. 712

*UNIVERSITY of MISSISSIPPI, Oxford, Mississippi
in general
Barbour, Haley - v. 301
Campbell, Will - v. 157
Carter, Henrine - v. 244
Clegg, Hugh - v. 99
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203
Cook, R.C. - v. 4
Corlew, John - v. 221
Cunningham, W.J. - v. 242
Flynn, Thomas - v. 695, Part I
Holleman, Boyce - v. 484
Lewis, Arthur - v. 165
Montgomery, J.T. - v. 546
Powers, Neely - v. 555
Sansing, David - v. 695, Part II
Smith, Patrick - v. 196
Thompson, W.B. - v. 270
Turner, Thomas - v. 28
Wiley, Bell Irvin - v. 211
admission of James Meredith; desegregation, racial problems
Blass, William J. - v. 639
Carter, Henrine - v. 244
Clegg, Hugh - v. 99
Cochran, Thad - v. 220
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203
Corlew, John - v. 221
Crosby, L.O. - v. 155
Fairly, Ken - v. 455
Griffin, Charles - v. 191
Lewis, Arthur B. - v. 165
Marx, Charles - v. 185
Ramsay, Claude - v. 215
Saxon, George - v. 449
Simmons, William - v. 372
Sturdivant, Mike - v. 109
Tubb, Thomas Jefferson - v. 490
Turner, Thomas - v. 28
White, Jesse - v. 65
Wilson, Roberts Jr. - v. 636
Yarbrough, George - v. 367
School of Law
Blass, William J. - v. 639
Cochran, Thad - v. 220
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203
Dukes, William - v. 40
Feibleman, Julian - v. 80
Pace, William - v. 219
Semski, Lawrence - v. 637

see also: Clegg, Hugh; education; and Meredith, James

*UNIVERSITY of MISSISSIPPI SCHOOL of MEDICINE
Dodgen, Charles - v. 162
Stewart, Peter - v. 712

*UNIVERSITY of SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI, Hattiesburg, Mississippi
administrators, faculty, and staff
Arnold, Yvonne - v. 725
Bahr, Howard - v. 199
Cook, R.C. - v. 4
Durkee, Peter E. - v. 608
Grant, Helen - v. 650
Green, Bernard Reed - v. 655
Guice, John - v. 695, Part I
Harkins, Elizabeth - v. 175
Johnson, M.C. "Tuffy" - v. 680
Johnson, Roger - v. 337
Johnson, Zachary - v. 278
Landskov, N.L. - v. 277
McLemore, R.A. - v. 25
Ogletree, Powell - v. 707
Orange, Linwood - v. 695, Part II
Roberts, Anna - v. 6
Saetre, Gilbert - v. 563
Smith, James "Pat" - v. 695, part II
Sparkman, Colley - v. 289
Stout, Pauline - v. 308
Thomas, Harry - v. 321
Van Hook, B.O. - v. 130
Virden, Frank - v. 621
Walker, J. Fred - v. 163
Wilber, Leon - v. 101
Wiley, Bell Irvin - v. 211
desegregation and race relations
Branch, Raylawni - v. 682
Fairley, J.C. - v. 711
Johnson, Roger - v. 337
Landskov, N.L. - v. 277
McLemore, R.A. - v. 25
Phillips, Mamie and Charles - v. 711
Sparkman, Colley - v. 289
Wilber, Leon - v. 101
students
Amacker, A.O. - v. 78
Cotten, Paul - v. 644
Cruthirds, Elsie - v. 521
Dukes, William - v. 40
Finlayson, J.S. - v. 528
Grant, Helen - v. 650
Havard, Jimmy - v. 735
Leech, Dewey - v. 86
Montgomery, J.T. - v. 546
Murchison, Richard A. - v. 671
Snell, Reese Harris - v. 631
Spinks, Sam - v. 693
Tims, P.A. - v. 387
Mississippi Normal College, Hattiesburg
Darby, Cooper - v. 158
Johnson, Mrs. Sydney - v. 173
Leech, Dewey - v. 86
Ross, T.E. Jr. - v. 61
Smith, Luther - v. 11
Whitten, Mary - v. 56
Mississippi Southern College, Hattiesburg, Mississippi
Cook, R.C. - v. 4
Ferlise, Mr. Pat - v. 679
Johnson, M.C. "Tuffy" - v. 680
Kauchick, Eddie - v. 734
Maples, Darwin - v. 174
Napier, Irene - v. 259
Winstead, Don - v. 683
benefactors
McCarty, Oseola - v. 657
see also: administrators, faculty and staff by individual names

*UNIVERSITY PRESS of MISSISSIPPI
Cook, R.C. - v. 4

*UTICA, Mississippi
Collins, Thomas - v. 36
Griffin, Charles - v. 191

*VAN HOOK, B.O. - USM coach, faculty member - v. 130 (1972)
Cook, R.C.; Hale, "Goat"; mathmatics department; McCain, William; Merchant Marine Academy; Millsaps College; Mississippi politicians; student problems; teaching mathematics; University of Southern Mississippi; USM administrators

*VANN, Thad "Pie"
Cook, R.C. - v. 4
Hale, "Goat" - v. 68
Havard, Jimmy - v. 735
Kauchick, Eddie - v. 734
Thomas, Harry - v. 321
Walters, Carl - v. 170
Wilber, Leon - v. 101

*VARDAMAN, James K.
Adam, Bidwell - v. 341
Hamilton, Charles - v. 252
Kimbrough, Hunter - v. 206
Langley, Fred - v. 52
McLean, George - v. 39
Ponder, Arthur - v. 263
Simmons, Hansford - v. 77
Smith, Luther - v. 11
Todd, H.P. - v. 70
Vasselus, Paul - v. 152
Walker, E.M. - v. 92
Ward, James - v. 172

*VASSELUS, Paul - Hattiesburg businessman - v. 152 (1975)
fires in Hattiesburg; Greeks in Mississippi; Hattiesburg from 1915 to 1975; medical facilities in Hattiesburg; railroad hub; University of Southern Mississippi presidents

*Vaudeville
see: amusements

*VAUGHN, Mairs Martin - Picayune pharmacist - v. 583 (1982)
(No bound volume; tape available.) one of the first female pharmacists; opening a drug store in Picayune; sawmill and lumber business

*VAUGHT, John
Walters, Carl - v. 170

*VETERANS of FOREIGN WARS
Carr, Patrick - v. 73
Williams, Morris C. - v. 617

*VETERINARY medicine
Ball, Doyle - v. 360
O'Neal, C.E. - v. 547

*VICKERS, Hawkins L. Sr. - businessman - v. 37 (1973)
bookkeeping for a cotton broker; Hattiesburg; Mississippi political leaders; the plant nursery business in Mississippi

*VICKSBURG, Mississippi
Auter, Henry - v. 261
Bobb, Victor - v. 507
Capers, Legrand - v. 153
Cotton, Gordon - v. 235
Kendrick, Julia - v. 536
Stewart, Peter - v. 712
Walker, Robert - v. 695, Part II

*VIETNAM WAR
general/service in
Bailey, Bill - v. 42
Beale, Mrs. Lien Thi - v. 674
Berry, Sidney - v. 198
Carley, John - v. 107
Collins, Thomas - v. 36
Fells, Bert - v. 721
Griffin, Charles - v. 191
Hall, George - v. 35
Murchison, Richard A. - v. 671
antiwar movement
Campbell, Will - v. 157
Hall, George - v. 35
Smith, Richard - v. 98
prisoners of war
Bailey, Bill - v. 42
Brickell, Doris - v. 266
Collins, Donnie - v. 105
Collins, Thomas - v. 36
Hall, George - v. 35
Harris, Carlyle - v. 217

*VINSON, Carl
mentioned in: Reid, William E. - v. 134

*VIRDEN, Frank - World War II veteran, Hattiesburg resident - v. 621 (1973)
Naval Academy; Battleship Arkansas; Cynthia plantation; World War II; Asiatic fleet; U.S.S. Pecos; U.S.S. Frazier; U.S.S. Knapp; Eighth Naval District; Istanbul; European command; graduate school; carrer as professor at USM; Latin America; Burke, Arley A.

*VOGT, Frank J. - Jackson businessman, 1979 Pearl River Flood - v. 295-45 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) background with Howard Brothers department store; damage at private residence; store damage; store unprepared

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*WAITS, Hilton
mentioned in: Smith, Theo - v. 218

*WALKER, E.M. Sr. (with Williams, E.B.) - Pearl River County residents - v. 92 (1975)
Bilbo, Theodore; camp meetings; Crosby, L.O.; early lumber industry; legal cases; logging techniques; mercantile and lumber businesses; moonshine; oil and gas business; Picayune; Pistol Ridge gas field; Poplarville; sawmills; social life; turpentine; Williams-Chenoweth feud

*WALKER, J. Fred - educator, University of Southern Mississippi - v. 163 (1972)
Alcohol Awareness Course; Allen, John; Austin, O.V.; Blackbirds; changing morals and standards; Cook, Joe; Dudley controversy; Eason, J.L.; Fortune, Porter; George, J.B.; Honors College; Lowery, R.G.; the Mississippi Academy of Sciences; Moorman, Charles; Mississippi governors; Roberts, M.M.; Sparkman, Colley; teaching at USM; university administrators; USM, 1924-1980;Van Hook, B.O.; Ware dismissed; World War II

*WALKER, Prentiss - U.S. congressman - v. 208 (1976)
Barnett, Ross; civil rights; Colmer, William; Congressional campaign of 1964; Dirksen, Everett; Eastland, James; family history; Ford, Gerald; fox hunting; Internal Revenue Service; Johnson, Lyndon Baines; King, Martin Luther, investigation of; Ku Klux Klan; McCormack, John; racial questions; Senate campaign of 1966; Stennis, John; Vietnam, trip to in 1965; World War II service

*WALKER, Robert - mayor, Vicksburg, Miss. - v. 695, Part II (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*WALLACE, George
discussed in: Brady, Thomas - v. 2; Emmerich, John Oliver - v. 16; Ladner, Heber - v. 30; Swan, Jimmy - v. 187

*WALLACE, Henry A.
discussed in: Blake, William - v. 138; Catledge, Turner - v. 1

*WALLER, Carroll - wife of Gov. William Waller - v. 210 (1976)
early life and family background; first meeting with William Waller; political speaking; press conferences; restoration of the mansion; role of the woman in campaigning; role of the woman in politics; threats and their impact
discussed in: McKellar, Charles - v. 93

*WALLER, William
Edwards, Wayne - v. 91
McKellar, Charles - v. 93
Newman, C.B. - v. 447
Waller, Caroll - v. 210
White, Jesse - v. 65
Wilson, L.A. - v. 66
discussed in: Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Crosby, L.O. Jr. - v. 155; Davis, Russell - 55; DeCell, Herman - v. 207; Dukes, William - v. 40; Eason, Henry - v. 45; Fairchild, Wiley - v. 212; Hall, Stanton - v. 3; Hardy, Robert - v. 395; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10; Johnson, Mrs. Sidney - v. 173; Key, Al - v. 83; Leech, Dewey - v. 86; Marx, Charles - v. 185; McDavid, O.C. - v. 166; Newman, C.B. - v. 447; Ramsay, Claude - v. 215; Sturdivant, Mike - v. 109; Tatum, Joe - v. 457; Triggs, Gene - v. 385; White, Jesse - v. 65; Winter, William - v. 417; Yerger, Wirt - v. 204

*WALTERS, Carl - Mississippi newspaper sports columnist - v. 170 (1974)
Big Eight Conference; career as a journalist and sportswriter; growing up in Laurel; memories of prominent coaches and athletes; Great Depression; Jackson Clarion Ledger; Jackson Daily News; Meridian Star; State Times; Tupelo Journal; Writers Association, organizing

*WALTHALL COUNTY, Mississippi
Magee, Ruby - v. 17
Peters, Rosie Ratliff - v. 551
Pittman, Paul - v. 553

*WARD, James - educator - v. 172 (1980)
Bilbo purges in education; Mississippi Academy of Sciences; Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Laboratory; research

*WARD, Jerry - English professor, Tougaloo College - v. 695, Part II (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*WARREN, Earl
Clegg, Hugh - v. 99
Gillespie, Robert - v. 46
Marx, Charles - v. 185

*WARRINGTON, Bessie and James - Hurricane Camille survivors - v. 283 (1979)
Bilbo, Theodore; Colmer, Bill; Eastland, James; growing up on the Gulf Coast; Harrison, Pat; Hurricane Betsy; Hurricane Camille; Mississippi A&M; Mississippi Society, Washington, D.C.; Stennis, John; Tennessee Highway Department

*WASHINGTON, D.C.
Chatman, Sam - v. 516

*WASHINGTON COUNTY, Mississippi
Caraway, W.J. - v. 345
Carter, Sarah - v. 423
Wroten, Joe - v. 476

*WATKINS, Hollis - civil rights activist - v. 670 (1995)
NAACP; civil rights; SNCC; McComb; Dahmer, Vernon; citizenship education classes; Moore, Amzie; Baker, Ella; Moses, Bob; Holmes County; Turnbow, Hartman, bombinh of his home; Freedom Democratic Party; communism in the civil rights movement; race relations

*WATTS, L.A. - Jackson County judge - v. 392-23 (1974)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) military service in World Wars I and II; private law practice; work for WPA; youth court judge

*WAYNE COUNTY, Mississippi
Davis, Ben - v. 524
Young, Stanford - v. 396

*WDJX radio, Jackson
Pyles, Dixon - v. 394

*WEATHERSBY, Ned - Meadville resident and blacksmith - v. 584 (1975)
(No bound volume; tape available.) blacksmithing; killing and eating alligators; Meadville at the turn of the century

*WEATHERSBY, Zella - Covington County educator - v. 710 (1997)
growing up in Covington County; education; segregation; first African-American women to teach in Collins; changes due to desegregation; owning a funeral home; civil rights movement in Covington County

*WEBB, Charles - golf pro, survivor of hurricane Camille - v. 258 (1979)
family background; golf; Great Depression; Great Southern Hotel (Biloxi), work at; Hurricane Camille, preparation and aftermath of; pro golfers of the '30s and '40s; Webb, Robbie; World War I, life during

*WEBB, James L. "Skeeter" - professional baseball player - v. 585 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes available.) college, minor-league, and major-league baseball; Detroit Tigers; Great Depression; growing up in Meridian; memories of baseball notables

*WEBER, Jasper
mentioned in: Griffin, W.S. - v. 414

*WEBSTER COUNTY, Mississippi
Griffin, Wilbur S. - v. 414
Spruill, Charlcie - v. 572

*Welfare Department, State of Mississippi
see: Mississippi Board of Public Welfare

*WELLS, Buck - Hattieburg resident - v. 694 (1997)
growing up on a dairy farm; Hattiesburg in the 1920s; working at the creosote plant and at sawmills; railroads; baseball; movies and the circus; minstrel shows; Governor Bilbo; schools in Hattiesburg; Mobile Street; the Great Depression; WPA; career at Hercules; World War II service with Seabees in Alaska and Hawaii; civil rights; jury duty in the Vernon Dahmer trial; race relations

*WEST, Phillip - NAACP president, Adams County chapter - v. 629 (1980)
childhood and family background; college; separate societies of Natchez; marching at Alcorn; NAACP membership; civil rights movement in Natchez; murder of Wharlest Jackson and Medgar Evers; impact of the Philadelphia murders; KKK resurgence; Natchez march of 1980; 1979 election to Beat Four position; Aaron Henry; Bennie Thompson; State Democratic Executive Committee

*West Point
see: United States Military Academy, West Point, New York

*WESTON, Silas J. - Hattiesburg native - v. 586 (1982)
(No bound volume; tape available.) civil rights; Great Depression; Hattiesburg in the early twentieth century; lumber and agriculture; World War I and II and Camp Shelby

*Whitecaps
see: Ku Klux Klan

*WHITE CITIZENS' COUNCIL
Barber, Frank - v. 667
Blass, William J. - v. 639
Brady, Thomas - v. 2
Campbell, Will - v. 157
Glazier, Herman - v. 485
Hamilton, M.W. - v. 464
Harned, Horace - v. 355
Johnston, Erle - v. 276
Lee, Clay - v. 186
Ross, Harvey T. - v. 663
Simmons, William - v. 372
Smith, Michael - v. 448
Swan, Jimmy - v. 187
Williams, Kenneth - v. 470

*WHITE, Hugh
Ainsworth, Charles - v. 156
Black, Maurice - v. 379
Coleman, J.P. - v. 203
Emmerich, John Oliver - v. 16
Gillespie, Robert - v. 46
Henry, Aaron - v. 33
Holleman, Boyce - v. 484
Lipscomb, Edward - v. 145
Pyles, Dixon - v. 394
Young, Stanford - v. 396
discussed in: Beets, Eva - v. 168; Blake, William - v. 138; Bradley, Norman - v. 194; Eason, Henry - v. 45; Langley, Fred - v. 52; Lumpkin, F.S. Sr. - v. 102; Maples, Darwin - v. 174; McDavid, E.G. - v. 161; Newman, C.B. - 447; Tatum, Joe - v. 457; Todd, H.P. - v. 70; Walker, E.M. - Williams, E.B. - v. 92; Walker, J. Fred - v. 163; Ward, James - v. 172; Winter, William - v. 417

*WHITE, Jesse L. Jr. - secretary of the Mississippi senate - v. 65 (1974)
political perceptions in general; secretary of the senate; Waller, William; Winter, William, election and administration

*WHITE, Samuel - sponsored programs director, Alcorn State Univ. - v. 695, Part II (1997)
Mississippi Humanities Council

*WHITFIELD, Henry Lewis
discussed in: Adam, Bidwell - v. 34; Clegg, Hugh - v. 99; Eason, Henry - v. 45; Langley, Fred - v. 52

*WHITTEN, Mary Lillian Peters - music educator - v. 56 (1973)
Cook, Joe; Dancing Rabbit Creek Treaty; farm life; Hickman, Alma; Hurst, George; Indians in Neshoba County; Macon; Mississippi Normal School; music education; Noxubee County; organizing bands; Smith, Gypsy Jr.

*WHITTEN, Jamie
discussed in: Blackburn, Norris - v. 118; Cortright, George - v. 122; Griffin, Charles - v. 191

*WHITTINGTON, William Madison
discussed in: Brady, Thomas - v. 2; Coleman, J.P. - v. 203

*WHITWORTH College, Brookhaven, Mississippi
Mullen, Mrs. E.L. - v. 5

*WIGGINS, F.M. - Neshoba County native and state legislator - v. 587 (1972)
(No bound volume; draft and tapes available.) agriculture and the peanut industry; growing up at the turn of the century in Neshoba County; political figures from the 1920s and '30s; race relations; serving in the legislature during the 1920s; societal changes

*WILBER, Leon - educator, University of Southern Mississippi - v. 101 (1972)
(Tapes and a portion of the interview are restricted.) Allen, John; campus growth; career at the University of Southern Mississippi; censorship; Cook, Joe; desegregation; faculty in 1940; Fortune, Porter; Green, Reed; McCain, William; Moorman, Charles; pranks, dissension, and a riot; Smith, Beedie; Stout, Wilbur; Vann, Thad "Pie"; Williams, Lindley

*WILDLIFE of Mississippi
Bounds, Houston - v. 111
Kelly, Jim - v. 169
Lockard, Jacob - v. 456
Weathersby, Ned - v. 584

*WILEY, Bell Irvin - historian and educator - v. 211 (1976)
Asbury College; Catton, Bruce; early life in Tennessee; Faulkner, William; Foote, Shelby; Louisiana State University; Mississippi State Teachers' College, teaching at; race relations in the South; Scarborough, William; University of Kentucky; University of Mississippi, teaching at; writing career; Yale University, graduate study at

*WILK-AMITE RECORD, Gloster, Mississippi
McDavid, E.G. - v. 161

*WILKES, Eugene - publisher, Biloxi Daily Herald - v. 588 (1975)
(No bound volume; rough transcript and tapes available.) Gulf Coast life during the turn of the century; history of the Daily Herald; state and Coast politicians
discussed in: Darby, Cooper - v. 158

*WILKINSON, Charles - Emergency Operations, Pearl River Flood - v. 295-46 (1979)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) 2,000 families displaced; flood preparations; role of the police force; traffic problems; work with Emergency Operations Center

*WILLIAM CAREY COLLEGE, Hattiesburg, Mississippi
Cotten, Paul - v. 644
Davis, Mrs. Ralph - v. 85
Driegert, Mrs. Aino - v. 47
Fairchild, Wiley - v. 212
Ross, T.E. - v. 61
Smith, B.F. - v. 568

*WILLIAMS, E.B. Sr. (with E.M. Walker) - Pearl River County resident v. 92 (1975)
district attorney, serving as; interesting law cases; law background; lumber industry observations: labor problems, lawsuits; Pearl River County Democratic Executive Committee; petroleum industry observations; political work; U.S. Supreme Court; work as a lawyer mentioned in: Reyer, Alma M. - v. 89

*WILLIAMS, Fred Douglas Sr. - World War II prisoner of war - v. 255 (1981)
capture experiences; early life; infantry scout; liberation; POW escapes; POW health problems; POW life; Stalag VII A

*WILLIAMS, Hiram D. - artist and art educator - v. 241 (1983)
art education; Pennsylvania State University, study at; personal background; teaching art at University of Southern California and University of Texas; World War II combat experiences

*WILLIAMS, John Bell - Mississippi governor - v. 106 (1973)
accomplishments; attempted bribes; campaign of 1967; clemency; Congressional staff; educational program; furloughs for drug offenders; governor; highway program; Nixon endorsement, 1972; patronage, a perplexing problem; program goals; U.S. congressman; Williams administration; Williams and party discipline; World War II service
discussed in: Brady, Thomas - v. 2; Chain, Bobby - v. 51; Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Crosby, L.O. - v. 155; Eason, Henry - v. 45; Hall, Stanton - v. 3; Hewitt, Purser - v. 10; Johnson, Mrs. Sidney - v. 173; Leech, Dewey - v. 86; Marx, Charles - v. 185; McDavid, O.C. - v. 166; Ramsay, Claude - v. 215; Tatum, Joe - v. 457; Triggs, Gene - v. 385; Williams, Kenneth - v. 470; Wilson, Mrs. L.A. - v. 67; Yerger, Wirt - v. 204

*WILLIAMS, J.D.
discussed in: Campbell, Will - v. 157; Horne, McDonald - v. 142; Lewis, Arthur - v 165; Turner, Thomas - v. 28

*WILLIAMS, John Sharpe
discussed in: Bishop, F.W. - v. 431; Brady, Thomas - v. 2; Capers, Legrand - v. 153; Clegg, Hugh - v. 99; Feibelman, Julian - v. 80; Kimbrough, Hunter - v. 206; Smith, Luther - v. 11

*WILLIAMS, Kenneth O. - legislator and Sovereignty Commission member - v. 470 (1993)
Citizens' Council; Civil War heritage, preservation efforts of; Democratic National Convention, 1960-1968; early life and family; integration; Johnson, Paul B. Jr.; Sovereignty Commission, work in; state legislature, service in; Williams, John Bell

*WILLIAMS, Morris C. - World War II prisoner of war - v. 617 (1980)
part of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, World War II Series; World War II; Dulaglof, Germany; Stalag Luft 3, Sagan, Germany; entertainment and radio in prison camp; race relations in prison camp; treatment of Jews by germans; Gestapo; Wehrmacht; Luftwaffe; Moosberg, Germany; escape; Spremberg; Patton, Gen.; Medical problems

*WILLIAMS, Paul Sr. - Hurricane Camille survivor - v. 231 (1981)
family background; Great Depression; Hurricane Camille; hurricane of 1947; World War I; World War II

*WILLIAMS, Richard - Mississippi artist - v. 100 (1978)
as an illustrator; development as an artist; Famous Artists School; international study; life on the Gulf Coast; lithographs and limited editions; murals; "Over the Dunes"; Pike, John; subject material; "White Winged Queens" Whitney, Ed

*WILLIAMSON, Nate - state senator, 1944-52 - v. 589 (1974)
(No bound volume; tapes and draft available.) growing up in Scott and Lauderdale Counties at the turn of the century; law practice in Meridian; legalization of liquor; political figures, including Theodore Bilbo, Mike Conner, James Vardaman, John McLaurin, Leroy Percy; primary system; senate service

*WILLIS, George C. - U.S. Navy pilot,World War II - v. 622 (1977)
World War II; United states Navy; Pearl Harbor; Wake, Midway Islands; Guadalcanal; Pacific theatre; Admiral Nimitz; Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, Jr.; Hattiesburg Municipal Airport; McGovern, George; Goldwater, Barry; Eastland, James D.; Stennis, John C.; Winter, William; Capp, Al; Great Depression; Ellisville Agricultural High School

*WILLOUGHBY, Bennett, Mrs. ("Rose Budd Stevens") - newspaper columnist - v. 247 (1983)
"Along the RFD", origins of; Amite County, race relations in; dipping vat controversy; Great Depression; life in rural Amite County; personal background; World War II

*WILSON, Evans II - Gulfport resident, union leader, longshoreman - v. 638 (1981)
World War II; Battle of the Bulge; race relations in war time France; running a nightclub in Harrison County; registering to vote; Civil Rights movement; integrating Gulf Coast beaches; Longshoreman's union

*WILSON, J. Clyde - National Cotton Council of America - v. 136 (1977)
American Textile Manufacturers Institute; Anderson-Clayton withdrawal; Arizona Cotton Growers Association; Cotton Producers Institute; cotton industry problems; Farm Bureau; Hayden, Carl; National Cotton Council; sales promotion and foreign trade; successful Council legislation; World War II and the cotton industry

*WILSON, Jean - Air Force career, Gulfport resident - v. 392-24 (1975)
(No bound volume; tapes and transcript available.) Air Force career and discrimination; law school at Ole Miss during the 1940s; legal work during Hurricane Camille; military service during World War II

*WILSON, L.A. Jr. - owner, publisher of the Richton Dispatch - v. 66 (1973)
Blair House assassination attempt; early newspaper work; Jones, Rex; Miller, "Fishbait"; Mississippi politicians; Richton Dispatch; Waller, William; Washington Star; weekly newspapers then and now; World War II service

*WILSON, Mrs. L.A. - Richton resident and journalist - v. 67 (1973)
camp meetings and revivals; changes in Mississippi life; county election commissioner; Crystal Springs, Mississippi; lynchings; Mississippi governors; Richton Dispatch; the newspaper in the community; newspaper people and journalists in Mississippi

*WILSON, Mayo D.. - Clarksdale resident, educator - v. 645 (1994)
Coahoma County; Head Start; religion; legal aid; adult education

*WILSON, Roberts Jr. - Pascagoula resident - attorney and politician - v. 636 (1980)
Stennis, John; Abernethy, Tom; Walker, Prentiss; Whitten, Jamie; Till, Emmett, reaction to lynching; Delta; University of Mississippi School of Law; University of Mississippi, integration of; Meredith, James; Vietnam; Nixon, Richard; Chochran, Thad; 1976 GOP Convention; state senate campaign; state legislature campaign; Pascagoula mayoral race

*WILSON, Woodrow
mentioned in: Feibelman, Julian - v. 80; Brown, Mary - v. 81

*WILMUT GAS COMPANY
Tatum, Joseph F. - v. 457

*WINDHAM, E.P. - Mississippi senator and attorney - v. 315 (1985)
1940 legislative session, Bilbo, Theodore; biographical information; free textbook bill; issues and personalities; legislative campaign of 1939; political factions; the Riddell bill

*WING, John - mayor of Jonestown, Mississippi - v. 347 (1973)
Americanization of culture; arranged marriages; discrimination against Chinese Americans; mechanization of agriculture; political career; segregation in schools

*WING, Luck - mayor of Sledge, Mississippi - v. 348 (1973)
as mayor of Sledge; Chinese American culture in the Delta; prejudice against Chinese Americans

*WINSTEAD, Don - USM athlete - v. 683 (1995)
McDonald, Coach J.D.; Green, Reed; memories of USM teammates; Phillips, Bubba; Waters, Bucky; Snell, Reese

*WINSTON, Monroe "Bill" - Brookhaven resident - v. 654 (1996)
Red Star plantation; slavery; Great Depression; home remedies; race relations; water purified by lizards

*WINSTONVILLE, Mississippi
Benson, F.C. - v. 343

*WINTER, William - Mississippi governor - v. 417 (1978)
1967 gubernatorial race; 1975 gubernatorial race; education; family background; legislative process; lieutenant governor, 1972 1976; military experiences during World War II; service in the Mississippi House of Representatives, 1948 1956; state tax collector; state treasurer, 1964 1968; Workman's Compensation Act
discussed in: Carmichael, Gil - v. 176; Chain, Bobby - v. 51; Coleman, J.P. - v. 203; Corlew, John - v. 221; Crosby, L.O. Jr. - v. 155; DeCell, Herman - v. 207; Fairchild, Wiley - v. 212; Griffin, Charles - v. 191; Kimbrough, Hunter - v. 206; McDavid, E.G. - v. 161; McDavid, O.C. - v. 166; Milner, J.K. - v. 159; Moye, James - v. 216; Newman, C.B. - v. 447; Ramsay, Claude - v. 215; Rogers, George W. - v. 652; Sturdivant, Mike - v. 109; Tatum, Joe - v. 457; White, Jesse - v. 65

*WINYARD, Fred - Freedom Summer participant - v. 626 (1995)
Freedom Summer; adult education

*WOLVERTON, B.C. - NASA environmental engineer - v. 421 (1992)
administrative problems; Mississippi Test Facility, changing direction at; NASA, career with; personal background and education; plants and microbes, use in purifying water

*WOMEN'S RIGHTS movement and women's issues
Caine, Curtis and Evelyn - v. 438
Frohman, Patricia, Betty Jones and Mary Seaton - v. 688
Gilbert, Kathie - v. 428
Howorth, Lucy - v. 297
Muirhead, Jean - v. 309
Norman, Cora - v. 432
Prenshaw, Peggy - v. 695, Part II
Rea, Katherine - v. 429
Steiner, Allison - v. 416
Sullivan, Michael - v. 329
Zinner,Thelma - v. 427
see also: International Woman's Year Conference

*WOOD JUNIOR COLLEGE, Mathiston, Mississippi
Griffin, W.S. - v. 414

*WOODLIFF, George - Mississippi legislator - v. 322 (1985)
1939 campaign; 1940 legislative session, issues and personalities; biographical information; race for speaker of the house; the Riddell bill

*WOODS, E. G. NASA engineer v. 435 (1993)
Mississippi Test Facility; National Marine Fisheries Service; work as a NASA engineer

*WOOTERS, Dukes
discussed in: Blake, William - v. 138; Giffin, Russell - v. 124; Kennedy, James - v. 125; Kirkpatrick, Clifton - v. 144; McCabe, W.G. Jr. - v. 132

*WORKS PROGRESS ADMINISTRATION
Allen, George - v. 384
Bratton, Willie Vance - v. 305
Broyles, Lola - v. 701
Chandler, A.B. - v. 362
Earles, Ben - v. 190
Griffin, W.S. - v. 414
Reyer, Joe - v. 90
Smith, Andrew - v. 239
Watts, L.A. - v. 392-23
see also: Civilian Conservation Corps; Great Depression; New Deal

*WORLD WAR I
general
Adam, Bidwell - v. 34
Allen, George - v. 21
Baricev, Joseph - v. 284
Berryman, Joe - v. 50
Bertuccini, Mr. and Mrs. Deo F. - v. 686
Breath, Charles - v. 228
Brown, Mary - v. 81
Carter, Hugh - v. 512
Demetz, Fred - v. 226
Estes, Mrs. W.E. - v. 54
Henderson, Al - v. 607
Hines, Leon - v. 230
Jenevein, Jennie - v. 225
Lehmann, Rudolph - v. 88
Owen, George - v. 192
Pittman, Eva Combs - v. 552
Powers, Neely - v. 555
Webb, Charles - v. 258
Weston, Silas - v. 586
Williams, Paul - v. 231
service in
Broadus, Jesse - v. 510
Beatty, Francis - v. 117
Cameron, Mrs. James - v. 8 (nursing)
Capdepon, Henry - v. 392-4
Cook, A.B. - v. 290
Eason, Henry - v. 45
Feibelman, Julian - v. 80
Hale, "Goat" - v. 68
Hughes, Jesse - v. 237
Langley, Fred - v. 52
Middleton, Troy - v. 59
Richardson, Thomas - v. 559
Ross, T.E. - v. 61
Thompson, Fewell - v. 342
Watts, L.A. - v. 392-23

*WORLD WAR II
general
Ashford, Wilson - v. 477
Bahr, Howard - v. 199
Barnett, O.H. - v. 452
Breath, Charles and Mary - v. 228
Boyles, Lola - v. 701
Carter, Betty - v. 150
Case, Carroll - v. 672
Clegg, Hugh - v. 99
DeMetz, Fred - v. 226
Earles, Ben - v. 190
Eaton, Robert E. Lee - v. 601
Evans, Wilson II - v. 638
Fairchild, Wiley - v. 212
Hall, Pinkey - v. 676
Hatcher, Van R. - v. 648
Hines, Jacqueline and Leon - v. 230
Jackson, Robert - v. 143
Jenevein, Jenny - v. 225
Jones, Charles H. Sr. - v. 612
Ogletree, Powell - v. 707
Ponder, Arthur - v. 263
Reyer, Joe - v. 90
Rimer, Wendell D. - v. 669
Ripley, Minnie - v. 341
Rogers, George W. - v. 652
Semski, Lawrence - v. 637
Sheehan, Nora - v. 254
Smith, Mrs. P.E. "Katie" - v. 660
Spinks, Sam - v. 693
Stanton, Esther - v. 574
Toomer, Lois - v. 236
Weston, Silas - v. 586
Williams, Paul - v. 231
Willis, George - v. 622
Willoughby, Mrs. Bennett - v. 247
Wilson, Evans II - v. 638
Wells, Buck - v. 694
York, Kenneth - v. 727-3
African-American veterans
Dukes, Tommie - v. 488
Fairley, J.C. - v. 375
Lewis, Nathaniel - v. 182
McDougal, William A. - v. 634
Peoples, John - v. 695, part II
D day
Bounds, Houston - v. 111
Clements, Joseph - v. 465
Pace, William - v. 219
cotton industry/agriculture during
Blake, William - v. 138
Cortright, George - v. 122
Jackson, Robert - v. 143
Wilson, Clyde - v. 136
POWs
Abbott, Samuel - v. 249
Blackwell, Gilbert - v. K1
Carr, Patrick - v. 73
Chambliss, Julius - v. 197
Clark, James - K2
Copeland, Pete - v. 250
Forsyth, Frank - v. 274
Hinkle, John - v. 253
McLendon, Leland - v. 264
Lott, Willis H. - v. 620
Moye, James - v. 216
Rodgers, Lamar - v. 603
Rodgers, Robbie - v. 604
Thornton, George - v. 251
Tyler, James - K3
Williams, Fred - v. 255
Williams, Morris C. - v. 617
service in
Abbott, Samuel - v. 249
Arnold, John - v. 433
Auter, Henry - v. 261
Bahr, Howard - v. 199
Bellande, M.J. - v. 505
Bilbo, Theodore Jr. - v. 151
Billings, Earle - v. 260
Bounds, Houston - v. 111
Britt, A.E. - v. 364
Burris, Lawrence - v. 306
Caraway, W.J. - v. 345
Carr, Patrick - v. 73
Chambliss, Cecil - v. 197
Clark, Lee Roy - v. 232
Clegg, Hugh - v. 99
Copeland, Pete - v. 250
Davis, Ralph - v. 84
Deal, Borden - v. 193
DeCell, Herman - v. 207
Dukes, Tommie - v. 488
Dunn, Read Jr. - v. 139
Eason, Henry - v. 45
Easterling, Albert - v. 234
Fairbank, Robert - v. 474
Fairley, J.C. - v. 375
Forsyth, Frank - v. 274
Griffin, Charles - v. 191
Hardy, Robert - v. 395
Hinkle, John - v. 253
Holleman, Boyce - c. 484
Key, Al - v. 83
Johnson, Roger - v. 337
Lester, Horace - v. 295-27
Lewis, Nathaniel - v. 182
Lockard, Jacob T. - v. 436
McLendon, Leland - v. 264
Middleton, Troy - v. 59
Moye, James - v. 216
Nelms, W.C. - v. 381
Oberlies, Adolf - v. 392-16
Olden, Samuel - v. 406
Pace, William - v. 219
Pyles, Dixon - v. 394
Reece, Edith - v. 75
Ross, T.E. - v. 61
Sigalas, E.P. - v. 392-19
Simmons, William - v. 372
Smith, Patrick - v. 196
Smith, Theodore - v. 218
Stanton, Esther - v. 574
Stevens, George - v. 376
Sullivan, G.R. - v. 167
Thornton, George - v. 251
Tyler, James - v. K3
Virden, Frank - v. 621
Walker, Prentiss - v. 208
Watts, L.A. - v. 392-23
Williams, Fred - v. 255
Williams, Hiram - v. 241
Wilson, Jean - v. 392-24
Winter, William - v. 417
Yarbrough, George - v. 367

*WOULLARD, R.W. Jr. - Eureka High School student and Hattiesburg resident - v. 733-7 (1994, 1995)
family background; education; Eureka High School; African-American professional occupations in the community; corporal punishment; pastoring and preaching; Shady Grove Baptist Church; the Kelly Settlement; family funeral business; acommplishments of Eureka students

*WOUNDED KNEE, South Dakota
Ford, Will - v. 304-0

*WRIGHT, Fielding
Black, Maurice - v. 379
Crosby, L.O. Jr. - v. 155
Hall, Stanton - v. 3
Hewitt, Purser - v. 10
Winter, William - v. 417
see also: Dixiecrats

*WRIGHT, Unita Blackwell
see: Blackwell, Unita

*WROTEN, Joseph E. - state legislator and judge - v. 476 (1993)
Barnett, Ross, administration of; Carter, Hodding, Jr.; Citizens' Council, opposition to; Coleman, J. P.; early life and family; integration, recollections of state resistance to; judicial work; race relations; Sovereignty Commission, opposition to; state house of representatives, service in; World War II, Pacific service in

*Writers
see: literature and authors

*WYATT, Kent - president, Delta State University - v. 695, Part II (1997
Mississippi Humanities Council

*WYNN, Billy
discussed in: Beatty, Francis - v. 117; Blake, William - v. 138; Dunn, Read Jr. - v. 139; Lester, Garner - v. 127; Russell, Albert - v. 147

X-Y-Z


*YALOBUSHA COUNTY, Mississippi
Johnson, Maud - v. 62

*YARBROUGH, George - state senator, newspaper editor and farmer - v. 367 (1980)
agriculture; Barnett, Ross; Depression; desegregation at the University of Mississippi, 1962; early life and family; education in Mississippi; governors' administrations, work with; Johnson, Gov. Paul B. Jr.; Mississippi state legislature; sharecrop system; The South Reporter, editor of; State General Legislative Investigating Committee; state house of representatives; state senate; World War II, service in
discussed in: Marx, Charles - v. 185; Newman, C.B. - v. 447

*YAZOO CITY, Mississippi
Barbour, Haley - v. 301
Carter, Henrine - v. 244
Clark, Andrew - v. 407
Kelly, Harold - v. 359
Morris, Willie - v. 110

*YAZOO COUNTY, Mississippi
Hicks, Hervey - v. 361

*YELVERTON, P. A. - agriculturalist and beekeeper - v. 365 (1976)
agriculture/horticulture; Agriculture Adjustment Administration; apiary business; bee colonies; Bilbo, Theodore G., Sr.; early life and family; Great Depression; Mississippi State University, training at

*YERGER, Swan - Mississippi Republican -v. 265 (1978)
Carmichael, Gil; family background; Great Depression; Mounger, Billy; presidential election of 1976; Reed, Clarke; Republican politics, 1964 1976
discussed in: Moye, James - v. 216

*YERGER, Wirt A. - chairman, Mississippi Republican party - v. 204 (1978)
Air Force experience; Barnett, Ross; Cochran, Thad; Eastland, James; family background; Ford, Gerald; Goldwater, Barry; Kennedy, John Fitzgerald; Mounger, Billy; Nixon, Richard; Ole Miss and World War II; Phillips, Rubel; Reed, Clarke; segregation; state Republican chairman; Walker, Prentiss; Waller, William; Williams, John Bell discussed in: Cochran, Thad - v. 220; Moye, James - v. 216

*YORK, Jason - Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians - v. 727-2 (1998)
education; race relations during youth; civil rights movement and the Choctaw; Choctaw isolation and discrimination; traditionalism vs. materialism; strengthening cultural identity; economic development; employment outlook on the reservation

*YORK, Kenneth - Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians - v. 727-3 (1998)
family background; education; civil rights movement; Philadelphia murders; reservation schools; Neshoba County school segregation; Silver Star Resort and Casino; discovery of the Chaney-Goodman- Schwerner car; promoting Choctaw culture to their youth; Choctaw participation in the military; Choctaw museum and fair; Choctaw reservation restoration

*YOUNG, Harold
discussed in: Beatty, Francis - v. 117; Russell, Albert - v. 147; Wilson, Clyde - v. 136

*YOUNG, Stanford - attorney and state representative - v. 396 (1991)
1951 campaign; Bilbo, Theodore; Black Market Tax; Brown decision; Coleman, J.P.; growing up in Wayne County; Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association; penitentiary reform; Sillers, Walter; tenure in the Mississippi House of Representatives; White, Hugh

*YOUNGKER, Charles F. - National Cotton Council of America - v. 137 (1977)
(Tapes and a passage from the interview restricted.) Arizona Cotton Growers Association; aspects of the cotton industry; Cotton Board; Cotton Incorporated; the National Cotton Council; price volatility; Producers Steering Committee; Russell, Albert; U.S. Congress and cotton; water limitation

Z

*ZEMAN, Zoya - Freedom Summer participant - v. 626 (1995)
Freedom Summer; adult education

*ZINNER, Thelma Schwartz - lawyer; delegate, Woman's Year Conference - v. 427 (1992)
anti feminist group at convention; conference expectations; minority caucus at the convention; National Convention delegates, choosing