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From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. Cookbook compiled by the ladies of the Open Door United Presbyterian Church. Contains an index of cooking tips and recipes for appetizers, pickles, relish, soups, salads, dressings, sauces, meats, eggs, cheese, spaghetti, casserole, vegetables, breads, rolls, pies, pastries, cakes, cookies, icing, desserts, candies, jelly, jam, preserves, beverages, miscellaneous.
From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. Cookbook of recipes collected by the 1961 senior class of Calhoun City High School in Calhoun City, Mississippi. A class roster is also included.
From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A collections of recipes complied by the Ruth's Circle of the Woman's Missionary Union, Lakeview Baptist Church. Recipes include appetizers, relishes, garnishes, soups, salads, vegetables, meat, fish, poultry, bread, rolls, pastry, cookies, cakes, desserts, preserves, jelly, candy, meat substitutes, and beverages. A diet section is included after the recipes.
From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A cookbook compiled by the Forrest County Home Economics Alumnae of Mississippi Southern College. The book contains a collection of main dishes and desserts for the Betty Dukes Scholarship Dinner.
From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A collection of recipes for relishes, jellies, pickles, soups, salads, meats, poultry, casseroles, seafoods, breads, desserts, and others. Complied by the Woman's Society of Christian Service Jefferson Street Methodist Church.
From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A cook book compiled by the St. Paul's Church of Meridian, Mississippi. The book contains recipes for appetizers, salads, dressings, beverages, meats, fish, vegetables, and desserts.
From the Kennedy (Robert F.) Civil Rights Letter. A letter from an unknown woman to Robert (Bob) Kennedy. The letter regards the writers distaste for Freedom Riders and civil rights activists as well as the Federal government for interfering with the Southern way of life.
03 June 1961
Photograph from the Southerner, 1961 of the Dixie Darlings; p. 263; 6 1/2 x 4; Reproduced in the Student Printz, 1982-04-06.
Photograph of the company performing Oklahoma, as they salute the audience. See related file mus.yb.291p .
cartoon by Ed Valtman; A ghost of "peaceful coexistence" is scared by another ghost who snuck around the corner. The other ghost is the "alternative of nuclear war." These two ghosts are seen as "ghosts of our time."
17 October 1961
cartoon by Ed Valtman; Three goats stand on top of a large rock formation labeled "summit." One goat says to another,"There's a good chance this area again will be left to us goats."
27 January 1961
From the Tatum Family Business Records. A report concerning Project Vela, a program for improving the ability of the United States to detect nuclear detonations fired underground or in space beyond Earth's atmosphere. Project Vela was announced by President Eisenhower on May 7, 1960.
24 January 1961
From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from James O. Eastland to Frank M. Tatum. The letter regards salt domes that may be useful for seismic and atomic research. A report released by the Atomic Energy Commission is attached.
04 January 1961
From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by John Knudsen. Uncle Sam kneels at the edge of a bridge labeled "Bridge To Moscow" and tries to attach a board with his claw hammer. Below him on the ground is Leonid Brezhnev (labeled "U.S.S.R.") with a necktie that has a hammer and sickle symbol. He is swinging a hammer that resembles the hammer and sickle at the bridge supports and has knocked one out. The swinging motion is labeled "Berlin crisis." The cartoon caption reads, "Knocking the props out."
From the University Photographs Collection. A photograph of William D. McCain, fifth President of Mississippi Southern College (now the University of Southern Mississippi).
From the M. James Stevens Collection. An excerpt from "History of Rodney" by Marie T. Logan on the military history of the Rodney Presbyterian Church in Rodney, Mississippi.
From the Alexander Melvorne Jackson Papers. A letter from Alexander M. Jackson to his wife, Cordelia Jackson, regarding pay accounts.
18 November 1961
From the Alexander Melvorne Jackson Papers. A letter from Alexander M. Jackson to his wife, Cordelia Jackson, regarding being on the road.
20 November 1961