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From the M. James Stevens Collection. A black and white photograph of the inside of Rodney Presbyterian Church in Rodney, Mississippi.

1901

From the M. James Stevens Collection. A black and white photograph of the outside of Rodney Catholic Church in Rodney, Mississippi.

From the M. James Stevens Collection. A black and white photograph of the outside of Rodney Presyterian Church in Rodney, Mississippi.

From the M. James Stevens Collection. A black and white photograph of the USS Rattler patrolling the Mississippi River during the Vicksburg Campaign of the American Civil War.

January 1863

From the M. James Stevens Collection. A newspaper clipping from the Clarion-Ledger/ Jackson Daily News reporting on a restoration project for the Rodney Presbyterian Church in Rodney, Mississippi.

25 November 1984

From the M. James Stevens Collection. A transcription of an article appearing in "The Historical Foundation of the Presbyterian and Reformed Churches", published in August 1970, detailing the unique history of Rodney Presbyterian Church in Rodney, Mississippi. Transcription written by M. James Stevens.

From the M. James Stevens Collection. Our Heritage Magazine Volume 56, No. 5 published by the Mississippi division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The magazine is addressed to Mrs. James Stevens in Gulfport, Mississippi.

November 1980

From the M. James Stevens Collection. A slip of paper with notes pertaining to a supreme court case involving Rodney, Mississippi. The back of the paper includes a grocery list and appointment reminders. The paper is stamped with "Specialized Printing Co., Gulfort, Phone UN 4-2822" on the front.

From the M. James Stevens Collection. A series of notes written on scrap and notebook paper detailing various articles and sources with information concerning the history of Rodney, Mississippi.

From the M. James Stevens Collection. A pamphlet titled "An Adventure in Travel" detailing the history and landmarks of the Great River Road along the Mississippi River.

From the M. James Stevens Collection. A newspaper clipping from the Biloxi Sun Herald in Biloxi, Mississippi titled "Former Beauvoir group attorney sought by Hinds County sheriff". The clipping is dated August 16, 1981.

16 August 1981

From the M. James Stevens Collection. The Fayette Chronicle newspaper for January 31, 1974. Articles include "Patsy Westbrook Wed to James O'Quinn In December", Mayor Evers Shocked Over Aldermen's Action On Old Firetruck", and "Fayette Cemetery Association Needs Donations", as well as wnated ads and local advertisements.

31 January 1974

From the M. James Stevens Collection. A newspaper clipping from the Biloxi Sun Herald in Biloxi, Mississippi titled "Attorney ordered to pay settlement". The clipping is dated August 11, 1981.

11 August 1981

From the M. James Stevens Collection. A flyer with history and tourist information for the Lorman Old Country Store in Lorman and Port Gibson, Mississippi. A phone number is also included at the bottom.

19 June 1976

From the M. James Stevens Collection. A document detailing the minutes from a meeting between the Rodney Foundation, Inc. and the Mississippi Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The meeting was hosted by the Mississippi Department fo Archives and History in the Charlotte Capers Building in Jackson, Mississippi on May 23, 1986 at 1:30. The meeting discussed fiscal issues, potential law suits, and efforts to preserve the Rodney Presbyterian Church in Rodney, Mississippi. The minutes were recorded by Bruce Bryant, administrative assistant of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History.

23 May 1986

From the M. James Stevens Collection. A page from an unknown magazine showing an image of kids walking in from of the Rodney Presbyterian Church in Rodney, Mississippi.

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From the M. James Stevens Collection. An article from an unknown newspaper describing the history of Rodney Presbyterian Church in Rodney, Mississippi and efforts to restore the building. The article is written by Ida D. Jeffries.

29 September 1968

From the M. James Stevens Collection. A black and white photo of the inside of Rodney Presbyterian Church in Rodney, Mississippi.

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