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From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A collection of recipes complied by The Hinds County Association of Educational Secretaries including appetizers; breads, rolls, muffins, etc.; salads and salad dressings; desserts; meats; seafood; and vegetables with a section of common food equivalents and an index. The recipe for shrimp gumbo includes handwritten annotations. An added recipe for Mrs. Boyles Casserole is also included.

Circa 1960-1990

From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A cookbook compiled by St. Luke Methodist Church in Tupelo, Mississippi. The cookbook contains recipes for relishes and pickles, appetizers, soups, salads, beverages, vegetables, meat substitutes, fish, meat, poultry, rolls, and desserts.

1960

From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A cookbook compiled by Pecan Park Parent-Teacher Association. The book contains recipes for salads, vegetables, soups, meats, fish, poultry, breads, rolls, cookies, cakes, pastries, and desserts.

1960

From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A book of recipes from the Leake County Jaycettes. Recipes include dips, party ideas, pickles, beverages, soups, sauces, stews, salads, meats, vegetables, casseroles, breads, cookies, candies, cakes, frostings, fillings, pies, pastry, ice cream, and other desserts.

1960

From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A collection of recipes compiled by the Leake County Homemakers Club.

1960

From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A collection of recipes compiled by the Temple Baptist Women's Missionary Auxiliary in Laurel, MS.

1960

From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A cook book of unknown origin. Item is fragile, not bound, with missing pages as well as pages that are out of order.

1960

From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A cook book compiled by the Duncan Academy Patron's League in Duncan, Mississippi. The book includes recipes as well as local advertisements. Some pages of the cook book have pencil marks and slight water damage.

1960

From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A cook book compiled by the Woman's Society of Christian Service, First Methodist Church in Starkville, Mississippi. The front cover has handwritten pen marks and a slight tear. Starting on page 91, handwritten recipes are included.

1960

From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A cook book compiled by an unnamed committee from Moss Point, Mississippi.

1960

From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A cook book titled "Favorite Recipes of McComb, Mississippi" compiled by the McComb Business and Professional Women's Club.

1960

From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A cook book titled "What's Cooking in Lexington?" compiled by the Business and Professional Women's Club of Lexington, Mississippi.

1960

Schedule for the Mississippi Southern College theatre, presenting seven weeks of hit Broadway plays.

28 June 1960

From the Miller (Michael J.) Civil Rights Collection; This bi-fold brochure is an official statement of the goals and principles of the Mississippi State Democratic Party in the 1960s. The brochure was used as a publicity device for the party in the early 1960s.

1960

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from Frank M. Tatum to Garner W. Green, James Simrall, and E.J. Currie regarding the ownership and possible removal of a salt mass for atomic tests.

22 November 1960

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A carbon copy of a letter from Frank M. Tatum to Frederick F. Mellen, consulting geologist. The letter regards salt domes in De Soto National Forest that are suitable for atomic explosions.

23 November 1960

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from Frederic F. Mellen to Ross R. Barnett regarding consequences of relinquishing salt domes to the federal government.

25 November 1960

From the University Photographs Collection. A photograph of William D. McCain, fifth President of Mississippi Southern College (now the University of Southern Mississippi), during Christmas.

1960

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