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From the Map Collection. A reprint of a Mississippi map featuring counties and roads originally published in 1850. Contains a table of steamboat routes and their distances.

1969

From the Map Collection. Map of Mississippi counties as they were in 1860(?). Scale of 100 American Miles. "Reprinted by Mississippi Historical Society, 1969."

1969

From the Map Collection. Reprint of a Mississippi county map originally published in 1873.

1969

From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A cook book compiled by the Alta Woods Methodist Church, Women's Society of Christian Service, in Jackson, MS. The book includes recipes for hors d'oeuvres, pickles, salads, soups, meats, breads, desserts, and misc.

1969

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Jon Kennedy. Richard Nixon carries a bouquet of flowers labeled "NATO talks," a heart-shaped box labeled "European priority," and a gift box labeled "de Gaulle visit" as he walks toward the door of a house labeled "European allies." Cobwebs on the door spell out "U.S. indifference" and "Neglect." A woman looks through the curtained window next to the door and smiles. The cartoon caption reads, "New interest in old flame."

March 1969

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by Jon Kennedy. A man in judge's robes labeled "Fortas" and carrying a briefcase walks up the steps to the Supreme Court building. A ragged looking dog labeled "Wolfson affair" follows him. The cartoon caption reads, "And everywhere the Justice goes...."

circa 1969

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by Jon Kennedy. A man in judge's robes (Supreme Court Justice Abe Fortas) stands in the center of a whirlwind. Rings of the wind are labeled "GOP-Dixie opposition, Pornography decisions, White House crony charge, Lecture fee, Fortas-for-Warren 'arrangement,' and Conservative mood of nation." The cartoon caption reads, "Whirlwind."

circa 1969

cartoon by John Riedell; A man opens an envelope labeled "Payroll check" He pulls his check from the envelope and finds that a set of dentures labeled "Social security increase" attached to the check. In the bottom right corner, a miniature man opens a miniature safe labeled "Employer"; a second set of dentures snaps at the man's derriere.

8 January 1969

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by John Riedell. Uncle Sam stands on the globe at the western edge of the United States, facing west over the Pacific Ocean. Over the horizon, a woman labeled "Red China" has eaten part of a onion she took from a bag labeled "Possible test-firing of long-range missile in '69." With mouth open wide, the woman breathes in Uncle Sam's face. Her breath is labeled "Greater offensive capability." The woman wears a necklace of missiles, and her earrings have bombs on them. The cartoon caption reads, "Worse breath?"

4 February 1969

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by John Riedell. In a darkened room, a diapered baby crawls beneath a table on which sits a switched-on film projector. On a screen, the film being projected shows the words, "Obscene movies shown in privacy of own home okayed by Supreme Court." A booklet on the floor near the child has "Smut okayed, too." The cartoon caption reads, "Dirt around the house."

10 April 1969

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by John Riedell. The moon is in the foreground and Earth is in the background. Uncle Sam is standing on Earth (in the United States). He extends his bent, elongated left leg toward the surface of the moon. A space craft labeled "Landing module" is stuck on the end of his big toe. Uncle Sam's foot is labeled "Moon flight." The cartoon caption reads, "...maybe next time the missile-toe."

circa 1969

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by John Riedell. A man in judge's robes labeled "Justice Fortas" stands holding a gavel at his side and looking over his right shoulder. Behind him is the very large shadow he is casting, labeled "Court philosophy on crime." The shadow holds its gavel up and is looking toward its left. The cartoon caption reads, "It doesn't help."

circa 1969

cartoon by John Riedell; The figure of Justice is seated. She holds up a set of scales that is tipped heavily to one side by a question mark. In her lap, Justice displays an unrolled scroll labeled "Ray case".

12 March 1969

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by John Riedell. An American bald eagle with talons outstretched flies downward toward smaller birds wearing "coolie" hats. The birds have heavy, serrated beaks that are perched on nests in the tops of leafless trees. One nest is labeled "North Viets in Cambodia."

1969

From the Hurricane Camille Photograph collection. Photograph taken in Biloxi, Mississippi after Hurricane Camille hit the Gulf Coast in August of 1969. The image shows damages done the Goofy Golf on West Beach Boulevard.

August 1969

From the Hurricane Camille Photograph collection. Photograph taken in Biloxi, Mississippi after Hurricane Camille hit the Gulf Coast in August of 1969. The image shows damages done a house across from Goofy Golf on West Beach Boulevard.

August 1969

From the Hurricane Camille Photograph collection. Photograph taken in Biloxi, Mississippi after Hurricane Camille hit the Gulf Coast in August of 1969. The image shows damages done a house west of Morgan and Lindsey on West Beach Boulevard.

August 1969

From the Hurricane Camille Photograph collection. Photograph taken in Biloxi, Mississippi after Hurricane Camille hit the Gulf Coast in August of 1969. The image shows damages done a house west of Morgan and Lindsey on West Beach Boulevard.

August 1969

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