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From the Rare Book Collection. Twelfth edition of Jubilee Songs compiled by the Jubilee of the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union and Anna Adams Gordon.

1923

Photograph of the State Teachers College campus featured in Dearly Bought, Deeply Treasured on pages 38 and 39. Also found in RG002 PC4079; 18 x 5

1923

Photograph of the 1923 women's basketball second team. Featured in the 1923 yearbook, Neka Camon, on page 119.

1923

Photograph of the 1923 men's basketball team. Featured in the 1923 yearbook, Neka Camon, on page 120.

1923

Photograph of the Blue Ridge Club featured in the 1923 Neka Camon yearbook on page 90; 7 x 5

1923

From the Tatum Family Business Records. History of the Exchange Club in Hattiesburg, Miss.

09 July 1923

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A memo to the employees of the Tatum Lumber Company that all day workers will receive a raise of twenty-five cents per day.

31 March 1923

From the University of Southern Mississippi Yearbooks Collection. Annual issued by the senior class of Mississippi Normal College in 1923.

1923

Photograph of the president's home, later renamed Ogletree Alumni House. Featured in the 1923 Neka Camon yearbook on page 16.

1923

Photograph of the vice president's home. Also in the 1923 Neka Camon yearbook on page 16.

1923

From the Austin (O.V.) Papers. Telegram dated November 11, 1923, from C. J. McNaspy to Mississippi Normal College coach O. V. Austin about a possible football game in Lafayette, Louisiana, on November 17.

11 November 1923

From the Major-Sowers Saw Mill Photographs Collection. Photograph featuring an aerial view of the Major-Sowers Saw Mill Company in Tallahala, Mississippi. This view shows the sawmill, mill pond, rail lines, and company housing. The photo was taken by H.J. Harvey, and S.G. Irwin was the aviator.

1923

From the Special Collection Books. An address entitled "Can the Railway Problem Be Solved?," delivered by Samuel O. Dunn, Editor of the Railway Age, before the Annual Dinner of the American Association of Railroad Superintendents in Kansas City, MO on June 13, 1923.

13 June 1923

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Fifteen blocks of lumber sit on an open, uncoupled train car. The photograph reads"Shipped by J. J. Newman Lumber Co., Hattiesburg, Miss."

1923

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Photograph of W. S. F. Tatum standing in a young pine forest.

1923

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Photograph of Young pine trees stand in a yard. To the left and right of the photograph are buildings, with a small open air building to the right. A path leads through the trees.

1923

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Photograph of Pine forest view. Three men stand apart, each wearing coats and hats. W. S. F. Tatum stands in the center. Photograph copy of M316-40.

1923

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Photograph of W. S. F. Tatum standing in a pine forest. Another unidentified man stands on the left of Tatum. Photograph copy of M316-48.

1923

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