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From the Constance Savery Papers. A letter from Constance Savery and her sister Christine to JoAnne Dawe. The letter regards a brochure of Vancouver Island, the Christmas holiday, and Christine's health.

04 January 1993

From the Constance Savery Papers. A letter from Constance Savery and her sister Christine to JoAnne Dawe. The letter regards confusion over Christmas presents, a toy stuffed monkey from Savery's childhood, and comments on the royal family.

26 January 1993

From the Constance Savery Papers. A letter from Constance Savery and her sister Christine to JoAnne Dawe. The letter regards a word about Christine's health and a trip to the hospital.

19 February 1993

From the Constance Savery Papers. A letter from Constance Savery and her sister Christine to JoAnne Dawe. The letter regards an enclosed fact sheet for the Woman's Hour quilt.

12 March 1993

From the Constance Savery Papers. A letter from Constance Savery to JoAnne Dawe regarding a trip to Woodchester Manor and a word about her sister Christine's health.

29 June 1993

From the Constance Savery Papers. A letter from Constance Savery to JoAnne Dawe regarding Dawe's daughter Frances and her graduation as well as double dolls.

19 July 1993

From the Constance Savery Papers. A letter from Constance Savery to JoAnne Dawe regarding the restoration of St. Luke's Church, Impressionist painting, baby blankets, and the chapel at Constance's nursing home.

05 October 1993

From the Constance Savery Papers. A letter from Constance Savery and her sister Christine to JoAnne Dawe. The letter regards a thank you for a Christmas gift, a death in the family, and an improvement in Christine's health.

23 November 1993

From the Constance Savery Papers. A letter from Constance Savery to JoAnne Dawe regarding a photograph of JoAnne with her daughter Frances in her graduation gown. The letter also regards Christmas wishes as well as a comment on the Prince of Wales, Princess Diana, and their two sons. Savery also mentions acquiring a new tape player.

07 December 1993

From the Constance Savery Papers. A letter from Constance Savery and her sister Christine to JoAnne Dawe. The letter regards a thank you to Dawe for a book she sent titled "Flowers of North-West Canada" as well as Christmas activity around the nursing home.

28 December 1993

From the University Photographs Collection. A black and white photograph of the USM men's basketball team playing a game. The photo shows a USM player dunking the ball, players from the opposing team are visible in the background along with fans in the stadium.

circa 1993

From the University Photographs Collection. A black and white photograph of USM basketball player, Bernard Haslett, dribbling a basketball against players from Virginia Tech. The background shows a referee and a crowd in the bleachers.

circa 1993

Oral history.; Interview conducted on June 3, 1993 with Mr. George Saxon, formerly of the Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol as an investigator, at his home in Gulfport, Mississippi. Saxon was born on March 30, 1927 in Waynesboro, Mississippi. After his discharge from the military at the end of World War II, he began his career with the Mississippi Highway Patrol as a dispatcher. Saxon graduated from the FBI National Academy in 1964 and was then assigned as a criminal investigator with the highway patrol. In 1986, he retired from the Mississippi Highway Patrol as chief and assistant commissioner of public safety. After retiring from the Highway patrol, Saxon served as director of public safety for Biloxi, Mississippi until 1989.

03 June 1993

Oral history.; Two interviews conducted on June 18, 1992 and March 9, 1993 with Mr. C.B. "Buddie" Newman at his home in Valley Park, Mississippi. Newman was born on May 8, 1921 in Valley Park, Mississippi. In 1942, he left his job with the Southern Natural Gas Company to serve in the army during World War II. After the war, Newman returned to his job and began farming in Issaquena County, Mississippi. In 1948, he was elected to the state Senate. After one term in the Senate, Newman ran and was elected to the Mississippi House of Representatives. For the next thirty-six years, he remained in the House. During his tenure, Newman was chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, chairman of the Southern Council of State Governments, and Speaker Pro Tempore of the House. Newman also served for twelve years as Speaker of the House.

18 June 1992; 09 March 1993

From the Mississippiana Verticle Files- Gay and Lesbian issues. A pamphlet of the Mississippi Gay and Lesbian Task Force bylaws.

27 August 1993

From the Edythe Evelyn Gandy Collection. Color photograph of Evelyn Gandy at the Mississippi Bar Convention in Biloxi.

24 July 1993

From the Edythe Evelyn Gandy Collection. Color photograph of Frances Gandy and Evelyn Gandy at a Law Seminar in Vicksburg.

1993

From the Edythe Evelyn Gandy Collection. Color photograph of Carolyn Ellis Staten, Evelyn Gandy, and Mary Libby Payne at a Law Seminar in Vicksburgh.

1993

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