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Charles Kershner Speech

 Collection
Identifier: M604
Overview The Charles Kershner Speech is the speech Kershner made on November 9, 2007 at the Symposium on Social Justice at the University of Southern Mississippi. In his speech, Kershner addressed the censorship of the March 20, 1964, issue of The Student Printz. This collection would be of interest to those studying The Student Printz and the University of Southern Mississippi’s history on racial segregation.
Dates: 1964; 2007

Robert Wilson Kingsbery Papers

 Unprocessed Collection
Identifier: AM87-26
Form of Material Programs, newspaper clippings, and other materials relating to Mr. Robert Wilson Kingsbery, a masters degree student in the School of Music at Mississippi Southern College, now The University of Southern Mississippi, from 1949 to 1950.

Overview Noncirculating; available for research.
Dates: circa 1949-1950

John Frederick Nau Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M170
Overview The John Frederick Nau Papers is a collection of correspondence, newsletters, and other records relating to Dr. John Frederick Nau’s own articles and writings, and his involvement with the Mississippi Association for Retarded Children, M.A.R.C. Also included in this collection are manuscript histories of the U.S.M. Department of Philosophy and Religion, Danforth Chapel, and M.M. Roberts Stadium. This collection would be of interest to those studying the University of Southern Mississippi’s...
Dates: 1952-1981

Geraldine Reeves Collection

 Unprocessed Collection
Identifier: AM10-39
Form of Material Geraldine Reeves is an alumna of USM. Most of the items in this collection are from her time here, while some is from her high school and junior college years. It includes:1. 3-ring binder with USM seal on cover2. Small felt pennant of USM3. Classmate album from high school4. Various booklets from USM, such as Miss Southern5. Gibson High School (McComb) graduation program for June 2, 19676. 3 notebooks from USM classes...
Dates: circa 1960’s