Gulf Coast (Miss.).
Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
1. Menu from Fairchild’s Restaurant, Mississippi City, MS (circa 1950s)
2. Menu from Friendship House, between Biloxi and Gulfport on the Mississippi Gulf Coast (undated)
The Gulf Hills, Mississippi, Photograph Album Collection consists of an album of photographs taken by Alfred A. Heldt, who was employed by Branigar Brothers of Chicago during the development of the Gulf Hills Golf Club in Jackson County, Mississippi. This collection is of particular interest to researchers studying twentieth-century leisure and Mississippi history.
One DVD labeled Camille/Katrina, Oral History, Slideshow.
Research collection of historian Charles Sullivan for his book "Hurricanes of the Gulf Coast."
Maps, reports, etc. documenting the Mississippi Renewal Forum and efforts towards recovery, rebuilding and renewal of the Mississippi Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina.
The Betty Press Photographs Collection consists of three CDs of images taken by award-winning photographer Betty Press, which show damage along the Mississippi Gulf Coast and Hattiesburg after Hurricane Katrina. There are also forty-one pages of letters left on a tree felled in the photographer’s yard. This collection is particularly useful for researchers studying Hurricane Katrina, Mississippi storms, and public reactions to natural disasters.
The collection contains testimonies, articles, press releases, and documents on various aspects of Mississippi during the Hurricane Katrina disaster and the years of struggle for recovery on the Mississippi gulf coast. These materials were compiled by University of Southern Mississippi History Professor, James "Pat" Smith, in creating his book Hurricane Katrina: the Mississippi Story.
“The Haven” Record Book collection contains a handwritten ledger with entries from 1901-1910 that detail the daily activities at “The Haven,” the Waveland summer home of Robert E. Craig of Yazoo City, Mississippi. The ledger also contains inserts, which include Confederate money, a needlework, and newspaper clippings. This collection would be of particular interest for researchers studying Mississippi history and life on estates / manor homes in the early twentieth century.
Photographs, slides, maps, and manuscripts produced by Station scientists and staff.
Items relating to Hurricane Camille disaster operations by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District.