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  • Hollandsworth (James G.) Civil War Collection, 1995-2001
    Glory The Life of General Nathaniel P Banks Accession Number AM 2001 23 Inclusive Dates ca 1995 1997 Volume 20 cu ft Given By Donated by Dr James G Hollandsworth Copyright This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States Title 17 United States Code Form of Material The edited manuscript of Dr James G Hollandsworth s book The Louisiana Native Guards Published by the Louisiana State University Press 1995 the book explores the Black Military Experience During the Civil War Accession Number AM 2001 27 Inclusive Dates 1994 1997 Volume 10 cu ft Given By Donated by Dr James G Hollandsworth Copyright This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States Title 17 United States Code Form of Material Correspondence regarding Dr James G Hollandsworth s book The Louisiana Native Guards 1994 1997 Louisiana State University Press catalog of books for Fall and Winter 1995 Accession Number AM02 38 Dates 2001 Number of Containers 20 cubic foot Given By Dr James G Hollandsworth Jr Copyright This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States Title 17 United States Code Form of Material Manuscript of An Absolute Massacre The New Orleans Race Riot of July 30 1866 Louisiana State University Press 2001 by Dr James G Hollandsworth Jr Books Copies of books by James G Hollandsworth are available in the Cook McCain and Cox Libraries Physiology and Behavior Therapy Conceptual Guidelines for the Clinician New York Plenum Press 1986 call number RC489 B4 H6 1986 Cook Cox The Physiology of Psychological Disorders Schizophrenia Depression Anxiety and Substance Abuse New York Plenum Press 1990 call number RC514 H59 1990 Cook Cox The Louisiana Native Guards The Black Military Experience during

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  • Hollensed (Edna L.) Papers, 1940s-1960s
    cu ft Given By Donated by Dr Betty Drake Copyright This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States Title 17 United States Code Form of Material Miscellaneous personal papers of a Hattiesburg resident Mrs Edna L Hollensed was the great granddaughter of John Wesley Hollensed She lived at 1414 North Main Street and died in the mid 1990s Related Collections Hollensed John

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  • Hollensed (John Wesley) Letters, 1860-1864
    action in various notable battles such as the Battle of Gettysburg July 1863 where he was severely wounded in the foot During this time he was taken as a prisoner of war to a hospital in Pennsylvania where he recuperated and waited for a prisoner exchange Hollensed also saw action during the Petersburg Campaign June 1864 through April 1865 John Wesley Hollensed died at the Battle of Cedar Creek in Virginia on October 19 1864 He was survived by his wife Nancy King Hollensed and his children all of Brookhaven Mississippi Scope and Content The bulk of this collection consists of 22 letters both originals and copies written between March 21 1860 and November 6 1864 by John Wesley Hollensed to his wife Nancy King Hollensed in Brookhaven Mississippi John s letters regularly express his love and devotion to his wife and children He pleads for letters from home and seems desperate for news of family and friends Hollensed speaks of his health and his desire to come home on furlough he also tells of trying to send money home but is reluctant to send it through the mail Hollendsed describes his life at numerous campsites the prices and scarcity of food the prevalence of sickness and death He speaks almost grudgingly of battle and its aftermath John talks of wounds he received at the Battle of Gettysburg and how he was taken to a hospital in Pennsylvania to await a hospital exchange The letters mention Burnside s Slaughter Pen a nickname given to the battlefield during a portion of the Petersburg Campaign where many soldiers died or were severely wounded he tells of numerous amputations on the battlefield and describes grave markers with Burnside s Slaughter Pen written on them Among the letters are two which notify Nancy Hollensed

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  • Holmes (David) Collection, ca. 1943 - 2005
    after serving only six months of his second term A native of York County Pennsylvania Holmes family moved to Virginia during his childhood He returned to Virginia in 1826 and died there on August 28 1832 He is interred in Mt Hebron Cemetery Winchester Virginia In 1943 Delta Shipbuilding Company New Orleans Louisiana built a Liberty Ship named the David Holmes which was launched August 14 1943 After changing hands and names several times the ship was scrapped in 1967 at Mukaijima Japan A complete list of items in this collection is attached hereto AM05 19 Holmes David Collection Container List Item 1 Information sheet regarding the Liberty ship David Holmes and Holmes burial site in Virginia ca 2005 Item 2 Letter to Tracy Greenberg from Lloyd s of London re the David Holmes Feb 1 1993 Item 3 Letter to Tracy Greenberg from Guildhall Librarian and Director of Libraries and Art Galleries London England re the David Holmes Feb 22 1993 Item 4 Details regarding the history of the David Holmes provided by Guildhall Library Feb 22 1993 Item 5 8 x 10 black white photograph of the David Holmes launching Aug 14 1943 Item 6 8 x 10

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  • Holmes (David) Letter, 1822
    copying by the Copyright Law of the United States Title 17 United States Code Biographical Historical Sketch David Holmes Mississippi s last territorial governor and first state governor was born March 10 1769 in Frederick County Virginia He received a classical education and studied law prior to his election as Virginia s representative to Congress 1797 1809 In 1809 President Thomas Jefferson appointed Holmes territorial governor of Mississippi where he served until 1817 when Mississippi was granted statehood Holmes served as president of the Constitutional Convention of 1817 and in September 1817 when Mississippi was elected as first governor of the new state After a two year term as governor Holmes was unanimously elected to the United States Senate and served Mississippi in that capacity until 1825 at which time he resigned to run for governor again Although reelected governor in January 1826 Holmes had to resign on July 25 1826 because of poor health After his resignation he returned to Winchester Virginia where he lived until his death August 20 1832 Scope and Content One original letter dated December 29 1822 from Senator David Holmes of Mississippi to the Secretary of the Navy The letter endorses the recommendation made

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  • Holmes Family Land Deeds, 1869-1926
    Dates 1869 1926 Volume 1 folder Given By Donated by Dr Betty Drake Copyright This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States Title 17 United States Code Form of Material Land deeds of the Holmes family of Scott County Mississippi ca 1869 1926 Most of the documents are in the names of David S Holmes and his daughter Mary L Holmes Prepared

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  • Holt (Dr. Joseph) Yellow Fever Address, 1905
    of Louisiana Board of Health to the Physicians of New Orleans on July 29 1905 In the 1880s Dr Holt was President of the Board of Health in the State of Louisiana He was the author of a pamphlet entitled Prevention of Yellow Fever Commercial Relations With Brazil as Affected By Quarantine Regulations ca 1886 His brother David Holt served in the Civil War in Company K 16th Regiment Mississippi

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  • Homochitto Lumber Company Photograph, 1923
    Archives by We Care Community Thrift Center Dayton Tennessee The photograph was donated to the thrift center anonymously Copyright This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States Title 17 United States Code Form of Material An 8 5 x 13 5 black and white aerial photograph of the Homochitto Lumber Company in Bude Mississippi Franklin County The company was organized in 1912

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