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From the Ezra Jack Keats Papers. A dummy book for "Hi, Cat!" by Ezra Jack Keats.

circa 1970

From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Juvenile Miscellany, Volume 21, Number 2, published in Spring 1992. Articles include "1992 Children's Book Festival," "International Children's Literature Association Meets at USM," "Ezra Jack Keats/de Grummond Collection Research Fellowship Program," "1991 Christmas Book Fair," "Books Needed for Traveling Exhibit Program," "New Contributors," and "NEH Grant Update."

1992

From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Juvenile Miscellany, Volume 19, Number 1, published in Winter 1989. Articles includes "de Grummond Collections Acquires Keats Illustrations", "Recent Contributions (August 11 - December 31, 1988)", "Children's Book Festival Set for March 2-3, 1989", "Contributors Win Awards", "New Contributors", and "C. S. Lewis Festival".

1989

From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Juvenile Miscellany, Volume 22, Number 1, published in Fall 1992. Articles include "19th Century Imprints in the de Grummond Collection," "New Poetry Award," "1992 Keats/ de Grummond Research Fellowship," "Weeding Your Collection? We Can Help!," "de Grummond Staff Changes," "NEH Grant Progress," "New Contributors," and "Contributions January-July 1992."

1992

From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Juvenile Miscellany, Volume 20, Number 2, published in Summer 1990. Articles include "de Grummond Collection Receives Manuscripts and Illustrations Created by H. A. and Margret Rey," "Twenty-Third Annual Children's Book Festival," "Ezra Jack Keats/de Grummond Collection Children's Literature Research Fellowship Program," "Children's Literature Association Conference May 30-June 2, 1991," "Staff News," "Mississippi Children's Book Award Goes to Johanna Hurwitz," "Warren Tracy Honored by Randolph Caldecott Society," "de Grummond Collection Receives Grant," "Newbery Winning Titles Sought," Recent Contributions," and "New Contributors."

1990

From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Juvenile Miscellany, Volume 15, Number 4, published in Summer 1985. Articles include "Highlights of the Eighteenth Annual Children's Book Festival," "Contributions Since Last Issue," "Keats Lectureship Speakers and Date Announced," "Dates Set for 1986 Festival," and "Activities of the Curator."

1985

From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Juvenile Miscellany, Volume 15, Number 2, published in Fall 1984. Articles include "Ezra Jack Keats Papers Donated to de Grummond Collection," "Ezra Jack Keats Lectureship and Medal," "A Preview of the 1985 Children's Book Festival," "Supplement to Children's Literature Awards and Winners is Published," "Contributions Since the Last Issue," "Brian Alderson at U.S.M.," and "A Message from Dr. Lena Y. de Grummond."

1984

From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Juvenile Miscellany, Volume 16, Number 3, published in Winter 1986. Articles include "Jean George Named Recipient of 1986 Medallion," "Keats Lectureship Held at USM," "Contributions Since the Last Issue," and "Australian Children's Book Exhibit."

1986

From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Juvenile Miscellany, Volume 18, Number 2, published in Winter 1988. Articles include "Twenty-First Annual Children's Book Festival," "Jean Fritz: 1988 Silver Medallion Winner," "William Joyce," "Steven Kellogg," "Ezra Jack Keats Lecture," "Other Festival Guests." "Staff Notes," "Contributions to the de Grummond Collection Since July 1, 1987," "The Loss of Arnold Lobel," "USM British Studies," "de Grummond Activities," "A Letter from Lena de Grummond," and "New Contributors."

1988

From the University of Southern Mississippi Yearbooks Collection. Annual issued by the students of the University of Southern Mississippi in 1969.

1969

From the University of Southern Mississippi Yearbooks Collection. Annual issued by the students of the University of Southern Mississippi in 1970.

1970

From the University of Southern Mississippi Yearbooks Collection. Annual issued by the students of the University of Southern Mississippi in 1971.

1971

Oral history.; Smith discusses his participation with the Mississippi Humanities Council.

14 August 1997

From the Ezra Jack Keats Papers. An original watercolor street illustration done by Ezra Jack Keats.

undated

From the Ezra Jack Keats Papers. An original collage illustration for pages 1-2 of "The Snowy Day."

circa 1962

From the Ezra Jack Keats Papers. An original collage illustration for pages 12-13 of "The Snowy Day."

circa 1962

From the Ezra Jack Keats Papers. An original collage illustration for pages 26-27 of "The Snowy Day."

circa 1962

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