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This collection consists primarily of letters written by Wiley Ainsworth to Celia Tullos during his service in World War I. Also in the collection is a research paper written by history student, Robert Magee, documenting Ainsworth's experiences through his letters. In addition, there are photographs of Wiley and Celia Ainsworth.
Original and photocopies of letters predominately between Mary E. and Andrew Burwell. A handful of letters are to Andrew’s family. Also in the collection are a photocopy of a lock of hair and poems.
The collection contains correspondence and photographs from Camp McCain.
Photographs, newspaper clippings, postcards, correspondence relating to history of Camp Shelby, an armed forces training camp located near Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
Early settler of South Mississippi and Alabama.
This collection contains materials related to Lionel Dyck, Jr.
The N. V. Hannegan Camp Shelby Letters Collection is comprised of twenty-five letters written between Corporal Norbert Hannegan and his sister, May Hannegan, while he was stationed at Camp Shelby, Mississippi in 1943. One letter is written by Cpl. Hannegan’s aunt, Sister Ann Vincent of Nazareth, Kentucky. This collection is of interest to researchers studying World War II, Mississippi History, and religion.
The collection contains a one-page letter from PFC Holgerson at the Technical Training School at the Army Air Force Technical Training Command at Gulfport Field, Mississippi, to his friend PFC Elwyn W. Lowe in New York.
Letter from Johnston to General R. Jones regarding Johnston's appointment as paymaster in U.S. Army.
The David Neal Tigert Letters consist of approximately 200 letters written by Corp. David Neal Tigert to his parents when he served in the Korean War in the Military Police. There is also one World War I letter composed by Tigert’s father, W. D. Tigert, as well as other miscellaneous documents. This collection would be of particular interest to researchers studying World War I, the Korean War, and life at home in Laurel, Mississippi.
This collection consists of a letter from G. Bomford of the United States Army Ordnance Department in Washington, D.C. It was written on December 11, 1826, to Mississippi Congressman William Haile, whose earlier letter to the Secretary of War had been referred to the Ordnance Department. Bomford explains how arms for each state's militia are apportioned and informs Haile that arms for Mississippi are ready for delivery when required by the Governor of the state.
- Personal narratives. 4
- World War, 1939-1945. 4
- Photographs. 3
- Albums (Books). 2
- Camp Shelby (Miss.). 2
- Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.). 2
- Memorabilia. 2
- Mississippi. 2
- Records (Documents). 2
- World War, 1914-1918. 2
- Books. 1
- Camp McCain (Miss.). 1
- Document (computer). 1
- Gulfport (Miss.). 1
- Hattiesburg (Miss.) -- History -- 20th century. 1
- Hitler Youth. 1
- Korean War, 1950-1953. 1
- Laurel (Miss.) 1 + ∧ less
- 103d Infantry Division Association of World War II. 1
- Ainsworth, Wiley 1
- Cushing, Thomas H., Major (Thomas Humphrey), 1755-1822 1
- Dyck, Lionel, Jr. 1
- Hannegan, Norbert V., Cpl., circa 1909-1968 1