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From the David Neal Tigert Letters. Letter from Private Marvin A. Crawford, Jr. to Floy Tigert in Laurel, Mississippi. Private Crawford thanks her for a Christmas card and letter. He also writes that he has not had time to visit Private First Class David Neal Tigert, Floy's son, in Korea yet. Crawford assures Floy that PFC Tigert is "as safe as any one could be in Korea."

1952-12-26

From the Robert C. Waller Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of a tow truck at the American Beauty special at the Talbert Leigh Pontiac and Cadillac car dealership on East Pine Street.

6 December 1952

From the Robert C. Waller Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) taken at a bird hatchery.

10 March 1952

From the David Neal Tigert Letters. Letter from Private First Class David Neal Tigert stationed "somewhere in Korea" to his mother and father Floy Tigert and William D. Tigert in Laurel, Mississippi. Private Tigert discusses his life in camp, cold weather, snow, and family members' lives.

1952-12-04

From the Margret and Hans Augusto Rey Papers.; Black and white color separation for page 4 of Curious George Rides a Bike showing the Man in the Yellow Hat with Curious George at the breakfast table.

1952

From the Robert C. Waller Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of the American Beauty special at the Talbert Leigh Pontiac and Cadillac car dealership on East Pine Street.

6 December 1952

From the Robert C. Waller Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of the American Beauty special at the Talbert Leigh Pontiac and Cadillac car dealership on East Pine Street.

6 December 1952

From the Robert C. Waller Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of the Central Packing Company.

November 1952

From the Robert C. Waller Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of the Community Center [Interior before].

November 1952

From the David Neal Tigert Letters. Letter from Private First Class David Neal Tigert stationed "somewhere in Korea" to his mother and father Floy Tigert and William D. Tigert in Laurel, Mississippi. Private Tigert discusses his life in camp, listening to music in the mess hall, and family members' lives.

1952-11-17

From the David Neal Tigert Letters. Letter from Private First Class David Neal Tigert aboard the USNS General R. L. Howze in the Sea of Japan to his mother and father Floy Tigert and William D. Tigert in Laurel, Mississippi. Private Tigert discusses his short stay in Camp Drake, Japan, his life aboard the USNS Howze as it heads for Korea, joining the 212th Military Police Company, friends joining other units, the points system which will eventually allow him to rotate home, and he assures his parents that he will be located away from the front line in Korea.

1952-10-14

From the David Neal Tigert Letters. Letter from Private First Class David Neal Tigert at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, to his mother and father Floy Tigert and William D. Tigert in Laurel, Mississippi. Private Tigert discusses his life in camp, another soldier's promotion to sergeant, and his family members' lives.

1952-01-28

From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. Cookbook containing recipes for appetizers, beverages, breads, cakes, cake fillings, toppings, icings, casseroles, cheeses, cookies, candies, desserts, creams, puddings, mousses, eggs, fish, seafood's, fowl, fruits, ices, pies, tarts, rice, relishes, salads, sauces, soups, and vegetables.

1952

From the Robert C. Waller Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of a machine from the Komp Equipment Company. This machine was possibly used in the tung oil industry.

6 August 1952

From the David Neal Tigert Letters. Letter from Private First Class David Neal Tigert stationed "somewhere in Korea" to his mother and father Floy Tigert and William D. Tigert in Laurel, Mississippi. Private Tigert discusses his life in camp, snow, family members' lives, and problems in his relationship with Evelyn.

1952-12-02

From the Margret and Hans Augusto Rey Papers.; Letter from the Anti-Defamation League to Margret Rey

12 March 1952

From the David Neal Tigert Letters. Letter from Private First Class David Neal Tigert in Texas to his mother and father Floy Tigert and William D. Tigert in Laurel, Mississippi. Private Tigert discusses his life in camp and trips to Fort Hood, Texas, and Albuquerque, New Mexico. The first half of the letter was written at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, and the second half at Fort Hood.

1952-02-13; 1952-02-19

From the David Neal Tigert Letters. Letter from Private First Class David Neal Tigert in Brownwood, Texas, to his mother and father Floy Tigert and William D. Tigert in Laurel, Mississippi. Private Tigert discusses his life in Brownwood, an upcoming trip to Albuquerque, New Mexico, plans to visit home, and he asks about family members' lives.

circa 1952-03-14

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