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  • M410 Box and Folder List
    6 File 44 1512 1A Volume 9 Folder 7 File 44 1512 1A Volume 10 Folder 8 File 44 1512 1A Volume 11 Box 22 Folder 1 File 44 1512 1A Volume 12 Folder 2 File 44 1512 1A Volume 13 Folder 3 File 44 1512 1A Volume 14 Folder 4 File 44 1512 1A Volume 15 Folder 5 File 44 1512 1A Volume 16 Series II State v Charles Noble Boxes 22 25 Box 22 Folder 6 Audiocassettes Chet Dillard Deavours Nix 1998 Folder 7 Audiocassettes Burris Dunn Virginia Long T Weber Rogers William Smith 1998 Folder 8 Audiocassettes Billy Roy Pitts 1998 Box 23 Folder 1 Bowers Sam et al Number 6922 1998 Folder 2 Court Files Bowers Sam 1968 1969 Folder 3 Court Files Buckley Travis 1968 Folder 4 Court Files Nix Deavours 1968 Folder 5 Dahmer Family Statements ca 1966 Folder 6 Explosives and Demolitions Department of Army Field Manual 1959 Folder 7 FBI File 157 5385 Noble Charles ca 1966 Folder 8 Ku Klux Klan Activities of Ku Klux Klan Organization in the United States Part 3 1966 Folder 9 Ku Klux Klan Activities of Ku Klux Klan Organization in the United States Part 4 1966 Box 24 Folder 1 Ku Klux Klan Constitution 1964 ca 1960s Folder 2 Miscellaneous Documents 1998 undated Folder 3 Miscellaneous Documents 1998 1999 Folder 4 Miscellaneous Documents 1968 1998 undated Folder 5 Motion to Dismiss 1968 1999 Folder 6 Motion to Quash Subpoenas Issued for Special Agent Michael Turner 1999 Folder 7 Motions State v Noble 1999 Folder 8 Newspaper Clippings 1968 1969 1991 1994 undated Folder 9 Newspaper Clippings 1966 Folder 10 Nordby Jon J 1999 undated Folder 11 Notes on Legal Pads undated Folder 12 Photocopies of Photographs ca 1990s Folder 13 Photographs 1966 ca 1960s Folder 14 Rule Log ca 1990s Box 25 Folder 1 State v Noble Materials from Large Binder ca 1966 Folder 2 State v Noble Materials from Large Binder ca 1966 Folder 3 State v Noble Materials from Large Binder ca 1966 Folder 4 State v Noble Materials from Large Binder ca 1966 Folder 5 State v Noble Materials from Large Binder ca 1966 Folder 6 State v Noble Materials from Large Binder ca 1966 Folder 7 State v Noble Materials from Large Binder ca 1966 Folder 8 State v Noble Materials from Large Binder ca 1966 Series III Helfrich Subject Files Boxes 25 31 Box 25 Folder 9 Authentication 1998 1999 Folder 10 Awe James W FBI ca 1966 1998 Folder 11 Boutwell George 1966 1999 Box 26 Folder 1 Bowers Sam 1966 1968 Folder 2 Bowers Sam 1966 1968 1994 1998 undated Folder 3 Bowers Sam Search Warrant 1966 Folder 4 Brooks Loren FBI undated Folder 5 Buckley Travis 1968 Folder 6 Burger Billy 1966 Folder 7 Byrd Lawrence 1966 undated Folder 8 Byrd Lawrence 1966 Folder 9 Calahan notes from FBI File undated Folder 10 Cooke Dr Robert undated Folder11 Court Proceedings 1966 1967 Folder12 Crime Scene Charts by Special Agent Awe 1966 Folder 13 Crime Scene Evidence 1966 Folder 14 Crime Scene Evidence 1966 1970 Box 27 Folder 1 Dahmer Vernon Background 1966 1998 Folder 2 Dahmer Vernon Death Certificate 1966 Folder 3 DeBoxtel Henry 1966 1968 undated Folder 4 Dennis Delmar 1966 1967 1994 undated Folder 5 Documents Sealed in Federal Court 1966 1969 undated Folder 6 Dunn Burris 1998 Folder 7 Evidence 1966 Folder 8 Evidence Photographs ca 1960s undated Folder 9 FBI Agents Witness 1998 1999 Folder 10 Federal Grand Jury Trial 1967 1968 1998 Folder 11 Federal Hearings April 12 1966 United States v Sam Bowers Folder12 Forrest County Grand Jury 1966 1968 undated Folder13 Forrest County Subpoenas 1998 Folder 14 Giles H T 1966 Folder 15 Gun 22 Caliber 1966 Folder 16 Gun 22 Caliber Rohm 1966 1998 Box 28 Folder 1 Holloway Weber 1966 Folder 2 Ingram Arnold Ray 1966 1998 Folder 3 Internet Information 1998 Folder 4 Jones Frank MD undated Folder 5 Jones Jimmie EXO 1965 1966 Folder 6 Juror Questionnaire Draft 1998 Folder 7 Jury Tampering Information Miscellaneous 1966 1969 Folder 8 Ku Klux Klan Member etc 1966 Folder 9 Ku Klux Klan Miscellaneous Information ca 1960s 1998 undated Folder 10 Lab Reports 1966 1971 Folder 11 Lab Reports Crime Scene 1966 Folder12 Lab Reports Tire Marks 1966 Folder13 Lowe Cliff E 1966 Folder 14 Lowe Michael and Lowe Hurschel 1966 Folder 15 Lowe Pat 1966 Folder 16 Lyons Frank 1966 Folder 17 Map of Laurel Mississippi 1994 Folder 18 Martin Pete 1966 Box 29 Folder 1 Mayberry Russell A 1966 Folder 2 McCarty Texaco Service Station 1966 Folder 3 McDonald T Y undated Folder 4 Moss Emmanuel Billy 1966 undated Folder 5 Newspaper Articles 1969 1998 undated Folder 6 Newspaper Articles 1966 1969 Folder 7 Nix Deavours 1968 1998 undated Folder 8 Nix Sybil 1997 1998 Folder 9 Noble Charles 1966 1968 ca 1990s Folder 10 Noble Cross Examination ca 1966 1999 Folder 11 Noble Cross Examination 4046 Evidence ca 1966 1999 Folder12 Noble Cross Examination Byrd Lawrence ca 1966 1999 Folder13 Noble Cross Examination Chevrolet Crest ca 1966 1999 Box 30 Folder 1 Noble Cross Examination Lowe Lamar ca 1966 1999 Folder 2 Noble Cross Examination Martin Pete ca 1966 1999 Folder 3 Noble Cross Examination Miscellaneous Information ca 1966 1999 Folder 4 Noble Cross Examination Nix Deavours ca 1966 1999 Folder 5 Noble Cross Examination Rogers L C ca 1966 1999 Folder 6 Noble Cross Examination Rogers Guns ca 1966 1999 Folder 7 Perkins Carma 1966 Folder 8 Pitts Billy Roy 1966 1969 ca 1990s Folder 9 Puckett Dr Thomas F 1966 undated Folder 10 Rogers T Weber 1966 1968 undated Folder 11 Sessum Cecil ca 1966 Folder12 Smith J 1966 Folder13 Smith Jay B 1966 Folder 14 Smith William Jay 1966 Folder 15 Smith William T 1966 Folder 16 Stringer Bob 1998 Box 31 Folder 1 Summary of Dahmer Incident 1965 1966 Folder 2 Summary of Events by DA to Bring Dahmer Case to Trial

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  • Henry-Rowell-Waldrup Papers, 1901-1955
    Various Locations July 12 Dec 26 1916 WWI Letters to Cora Henry from John Henry Jr Jackson Mississippi ca 1916 or 1917 WWI Letters to Cora Henry from John Henry Jr Various Locations Jan 11 July 27 1917 WWI Letters to Cora Henry from John Henry Jr Various Locations Sept 21 Dec 5 1917 undated 1917 WWI Letters to Cora Henry from John Henry Jr Camp Beauregard Louisiana Jan 18 April 23 1918 WWI Letters to Cora Henry from John Henry Jr Camp Beauregard Louisiana May 1 June 21 1918 WWI Letters to Cora Henry from John Henry Jr Camp Beauregard Louisiana ca July 11 Aug 14 1918 Box 2 WWI Letter to Cora Henry from John Henry Jr Camp Merritt New Jersey Aug 9 1918 WWI Letters and Postcards to Cora Henry from John Henry Jr France 1919 WWI Letters to Cora Henry from John Henry Jr Camp Shelby Mississippi undated WWI Letters to Cora Henry from John Henry Jr undated Letters to Cora Henry from John Henry Jr July 5 1909 Dec 14 1919 Letters to Cora Henry from Bonnie Rowell 1913 1916 1918 undated Letters to Bonnie Rowell from Cora Henry 1912 1918 undated Letters to Bonnie Rowell from Mattie Waldrup Apr 3 1901 July 3 1902 Letter to Frank Rowell from J G Waldrup Aug 29 1902 Letters to Mama from J G and Mattie Waldrup Aug 1 and Aug 6 1902 Letter to Cora Henry from H J and Kirby Jan 17 1916 Photograph of Cora E Henry ca 1915 Accession Number AM04 40 Dates 1907 1937 Volume 3 folders Provenance Cora Henry John Henry Jr Chancery Court of Jasper County Mississippi Given By Mrs Lonette Cliburn Form of Material One folder of materials relating to Cora Henry Teaching certificates report cards from South Mississippi

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  • Hensarling Family Collection, 1949-1960
    copying by the Copyright Law of the United States Title 17 United States Code Form of Material Three diplomas from Mississippi Southern College now The University of Southern Mississippi for Mack B Hensarling 1949 and Grace Waldrup Hensarling 1950 1954 teaching certificates and other USM materials Accession Number AM 91 28 Volume 16 items Given By Mrs Louise J Hensarling and Mr David Hensarling Copyright This collection may be protected

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  • Hercules Powder Company Oral Histories Collection, 2004
    unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States Title 17 United States Code Form of Material A spiral bound booklet titled Remembering Hercules Oral Histories of Life with Hercules Powder Company Hercules Hattiesburg Plant in the Mobile Bouie Street Neighborhood of Hattiesburg Mississippi The booklet contains typescripts of six interviews with residents of the Mobile Bouie Street neighborhood regarding their experiences of living near the Hercules Powder Company

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  • Hickman (Alma) Papers, ca. 1877-1991
    Harvard Educational Review printed her presidential address in its 1938 issue Hickman also wrote three pageants Neka Camon New Spirit A Masque and Mississippi at least two of which were performed on the University of Southern Mississippi campus Hickman championed a number of worthwhile causes In the 1940s and 1950s she served on the State Eleemosynary Board where she made reforms affecting Columbia Training School and Ellisville State School In the 1950 s she fought a constitutional amendment to allow the Governor to close the public schools if he felt it was necessary She was also credited with helping to establish the Hattiesburg public library and in 1950 she became the first woman to receive the Hattiesburg Junior Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year award in recognition of her work on the Hattiesburg Library Board In 1953 a new senior girls dormitory was named Alma Hickman Hall and in 1961 a scholarship was established in her honor In honor of her many accomplishments she was dubbed The First Lady of Education in Mississippi by former governor J P Coleman Hickman retired in 1954 as Professor Emerita of English In the ensuing years she spent much of her time compiling information for a history of the University of Southern Mississippi dating from 1912 to 1954 Her work Southern As I Saw It was published in 1966 Alma Hickman died on February 12 1971 at the age of 83 She is interred in Hickman Hester Cemetery near Wiggins Mississippi Upon her death the Mississippi State Senate passed a resolution in her honor Sources Arnold Yvonne Miss Alma Hickman From Daughter of the Pines to First Lady of Education The Talon Southern Miss Alumni Association Summer 2003 Case File Contents of the Collection Scope and Content The Alma Hickman Papers are a fascinating group of materials that document the life and career of one of the University of Southern Mississippi s first faculty members The collection provides information on the educational system in Mississippi during the years Hickman taught as well as information on the early days of the university It also documents the many awards and honors Hickman received throughout her career and includes some of her personal items such as her Bible Related Collections AM96 45 McQuagge Carl L Papers Box and Folder List Box 1 Folder 1 Articles for Student Printz and New Spirit 1917 1940 Folder 2 Biography of Alma Hickman 1912 1971 Folder 3 Correspondence 1954 1970 Folder 4 Daughter of the Pines The Autobiography of Alma Hickman Incomplete Manuscript undated Folder 5 Daughter of the Pines Incomplete Manuscript undated Folder 6 The Future of American Democracy by Alma Hickman undated Folder 7 The Harvard Educational Review 1938 1991 Folder 8 History of the Normal School undated Folder 9 A History of Wiggins First Baptist Church 1896 1982 by Nel Henderson Folder 10 Miscellaneous undated Folder 11 News Clippings 1966 undated Folder 12 Notes on History of Teacher Education Normal College ca 1877 1957 Folder 13 Notes

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  • Hiddle (David "Pears" Smith) Manuscripts, ca 1860s
    of the manuscripts Biographical Historical Note David Pears Smith Hiddle was born in Greenock Scotland in 1838 and died in Melbourne Australia in 1913 He traveled to New York City by steamer ship the United States from Glasgow and arrived on December 28 1860 He traveled throughout the United States reaching Selma Alabama on the day that the state seceded from the Union January 11 1861 He also visited Savannah Montgomery Mobile New Orleans Ocean Springs and Moss Point While in New Orleans in early 1862 prior to its capture by the Union on April 25 1862 Hiddle worked at the foundries to help the war effort The exact date of his departure from the United States is unknown but he did return before August of 1863 for he was married in Glasgow on September 11 1863 After his marriage Hiddle and his wife Mary left for Australia from Liverpool on the Great Australia on October 7 1863 and arrived in Melbourne Victoria on January 13 1864 The Hiddles spent the remainder of their lives in Melbourne Scope and Content Note The collection includes photocopies of two manuscripts the first is twenty three pages long and the second is five pages The manuscript copies are accompanied by a typed transcription and a more detailed listing of the topics covered by and persons mentioned by name in the essays Also included are photocopies of two photographs emailed from Paul Hiddle Identification of photographs M459 1 The photo was taken in Australia around 1891 David is standing at the back also standing at the back on his side is his daughter Laura born 1866 Seated on the left hand side is his Daughter in law Margaret nee Thomson born 1865 holding his Grand Daughter Alice born 1891 Also seated on the right

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  • Higdon (May) Papers, 1889-1927
    lucky enough to earn her Lifetime Teachers Certificate in 1908 This certificate was signed by Joe Cook E Brown and Y W Huddleston Joe Cook later became the first President of the Mississippi Normal College now the University of Southern Mississippi Higdon continued teaching at Newell Shed School until 1909 when she became the principal at Macedonia School for a year She moved to another principal position in the Centerville Mission Hill School in 1910 In 1911 she began teaching fourth grade at Wesson High School where her students ranged in age from eight to fifteen Records indicate that she taught there until 1913 In 1926 she became the assistant principal at the Riceville Consolidated School in Harrison County and stayed there for a year Sources Contents of the Collection Brieger James F Hometown Mississippi Second Edition 1980 Mississippi State Census 1900 1910 Scope and Content This collection contains a Bible a notebook two letters of recommendation a social letter a teacher s certificate a church program and two newspapers relating to the life and work of Miss May Higdon who taught in Mississippi s public schools for many years The collection consists of four folders In the first folder is a small New Testament Bible dated 1885 This Bible was presented to Ella May Higdon on June 3 1889 and is inscribed in a child s cursive handwriting E V Sherar was the book agent who presented her with the Bible The second folder contains a notebook It has several pages of hand written mathematical word problems and the names and ages of May Higdon s students at the schools in which she taught Gilchrist Homochitto Chamberlain Topisaw Nola Newell Macedonia Mission Hill Wesson and Riceville Consolidated She also has written in the names of the Principals and Assistant

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  • Higginbotham (Prieur Jay) Papers, 1958-2002
    of the Board of Trustees Mississippi Department of Archives and History Mr Winter went on to become Governor of Mississippi in 1980 The letter advises Jay Higginbotham that Mr Elbert Hilliard has been selected as Director of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History a position for which Higginbotham had applied Also of interest are several letters written in French and Spanish to libraries in Paris France and Valladolid Spain Noteworthy among the greeting cards is a Christmas card that features a design drawn by artist Ann Adams a polio patient who trained herself to draw holding a pencil between her teeth Following the correspondence is the item of the most intrinsic value the handwritten manuscript of The Pascagoula Indians inscribed in a simple spiral notebook Behind this text are other works of Jay Higginbotham some which are autographed The manuscript is followed by a sundry selection of items relating to the Higginbotham family including such articles as Jay s Army Reserve identification card a temporary driver s permit issued by the state of Alabama genealogical information on Joseph Simon Sieur de la Pointe and a description of Jay s responsibilities at the Mobile Public Library Behind the Mobile Public Library folder is a file of Mobile Related Pamphlets Completing the collection are information concerning the Spanish Fort Museum in Pascagoula Mississippi newsletters The Arts in Mississippi and Six Flags Reporter Mobile Alabama news clippings supplemental list including Jay and Louisa Higginbotham The Higginbotham Family Hour a description of Jackson County Mississippi and the Pascagoula River The Les Descendants a photocopied article from the Florida Southern Quarterly Arriola s Report on the Founding of Pensacola 5 Arrangement The collection starts out with biographical information then transitions to correspondence that are personal professional business and greeting cards Following the correspondence the information ranges from a handwritten manuscript to other works by Jay Higginbotham The collection wraps up with various family items 6 Related Material Related collections at the University of Southern Mississippi include The Mobile Indians 2nd ed Mobile Ala Sir Rey s 1966 call number E99 M698 H53 1966 Cook The Pascagoula Indians Mobile Ala Colonial Books 1967 call number E99 P26 H53 1967 McCain Pascagoula Singing River City Mobile Ala Gill Press 1967 call number F349 P3 H5 McCain Family Biographies Brief Portraits of Some Ancestors and Members of the Higginbotham Family of Pascagoula Mobile Ala Colonial Books 1967 call number CS71 H6367 1967 Cook Fort Maurepas The Birth of Louisiana Mobile Ala Colonial Books 1968 call number F349 O23 H53 McCain Cox Sauvole de la Villantray de The Journal of Sauvole Historical Journal of the Establishment of the French in Louisiana translated and edited by Jay Higginbotham Mobile Ala Colonial Books 1969 call number F372 F8713x 1969 McCain Fort Maurepas The Birth of Louisiana 1699 1702 Pascagoula Jackson County Historical Records 1998 call number F349 O23 H53 1998 Cox Fort Maurepas The Birth of Louisiana 1699 1702 Pascagoula Miss Jackson County Historical Records 1971 call number F349 O23

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