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  • Monaco vs. Mississippi: Research pertaining to a suit by a foreign state against a state of the Union, 1833-1934
    Planter s Bank Another 5 000 000 worth of bonds was also sold by Mississippi Union Bank Later the banks failed and interest payments stopped Several attempts were made by the individual bondholders to bring suit and to demand payment but in 1875 a constitutional amendment was adopted to prohibit the payment of these bonds In 1880 an act was adopted taking away the right of persons to bring suit against the State of Mississippi and although in 1882 a representative for the Council of Foreign Bankholders in London came to Jackson Mississippi imploring a settlement all efforts thwarted With negotiations continuing into the 20 th century the United States Congress was addressed by Scottish holders of the Union bank bonds protesting the non payment of these bonds Numerous efforts were made by bondholders several of them directly addressing and requesting action by the governor of Mississippi Finally in 1933 three bondholders presented 100 000 of the Mississippi bank bonds issued in 1833 and 1838 to the Principality of Monaco thinking that a foreign state could bring suit against a state of the Union when an individual could not according to the Mississippi constitution At the close of 1933 Monaco filed its suit against Mississippi in the United States Supreme Court During legal proceedings both counsels brought up past litigation that was similar to this case and on May 21 1934 the Supreme Court decided that the Court did not have jurisdiction in a suit by the Principality of Monaco against the State of Mississippi Scope and Content This collection is a photocopy of a 19 page research paper focusing on a legal proceeding referred to as Monaco vs Mississippi a suit by a foreign state against a state of the Union The researcher outlines the pertinent facts relating to

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  • Moore (Charles) Civil Rights Photograph Portfolio, 1958-1999
    photographs that caught the attention of Life magazine editors who later employed Mr Moore and frequently published his photographs In 1962 Moore quit his job at the newspaper and became a freelance photojournalist Moore is well known for his civil rights photographs which include the enrollment of James Meredith at the University of Mississippi in 1962 Ku Klux Klan rallies in North Carolina in 1965 and the march from Selma to Montgomery Alabama in 1965 He also photographed the civil war in Dominican Republic the Vietnam War and political disturbances in Haiti and Venezuela Charles Moore won the first annual Kodak Crystal Eagle Award for Impact in Photojournalism in 1989 Supported by Kodak Mr Moore has traveled extensively to universities around the country to present lectures and workshops on photography Mr Moore s photographs have been exhibited in numerous galleries and museums and his books include The Mother Lode A Celebration of California s Gold Country 1999 and Powerful Days The Civil Rights Photography of Charles Moore 1991 Charles Moore now resides in Shelburne Falls Massachusetts working as a freelance photographer Sources About Charles Moore Retrieved on February 1 2005 from http www kodak com US en corp features moore mooreIndex shtml Kaplan John 1998 Charles Moore Biography Retrieved on February 1 2005 from http www viscom ohiou edu moore site Pages index2 html no longer online Kingsbury Pam The Civil Rights Movement from Behind the Lens An Interview with Charles Moore Retrieved on February 1 2005 from http www southernscribe com zine culture Moore Charles htm Scope and Content This collection contains a complete set number 16 of 25 of Charles Moore s Pictures That Made a Difference The Civil Rights Movement The set includes 12 framed and matted photographs Box 2 3 4 and 5 taken throughout the

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  • (Charles) Civil Rights Photograph Portfolio
    1960 Montgomery Alabama Framed and matted photograph of a white man swinging a baseball bat at a shopper while another white man in the background strikes a black woman as bystanders watch Featured on pages 48 49 of Powerful Days Box 3 M405 6 Law officer takes practice swing with billy club 8 X 12 B W 1962 Oxford Mississippi Framed and matted photograph a law officer taking a practice swing with a billy club while other officers look on with approval and laugh Featured on page 55 of Powerful Days Box 3 M405 7 Soldier leads group of prisoners in Oxford Mississippi 8 X 12 B W 1962 Oxford Mississippi Framed and matted photograph of a soldier leading a group of individuals who were arrested during a riot Featured on pages 66 67 of Powerful Days Box 3 M405 8 Demonstrators seek shelter from fire hose 8 X 12 B W 1963 Birmingham Alabama Framed and matted photograph of three demonstrators huddled in doorway seeking shelter from a fire hose Featured on page 99 of Powerful Days Box 4 M405 9 Man attacked by police dog 8 X 12 B W 1963 Birmingham Alabama Framed and matted photograph of a man being attacked by police dogs that have already ripped his pants Featured on page 105 of Powerful Days Box 4 M405 10 Ku Klux Klan members in North Carolina 8 X 12 B W 1964 1965 North Carolina Framed and matted photograph of James R Bob Jones Grand Wizard attending a Ku Klux Klan rally Other participants unidentified Featured on page 147 of Powerful Days Box 4 M405 11 African American woman helps injured white man 8 X 12 B W 1965 Montgomery Alabama Framed and matted photograph of Harriet Richardson of Juniata College in Pennsylvania helping Galway Kinnell poet in residence at Juniata during a protest in support of the Selma Marchers Featured on page 175 of Powerful Days Box 5 M405 12 Long line of marchers on Selma to Montgomery March 8 X 12 B W 1965 Framed and matted photograph of a long line of marchers that fills the road behind a truck carrying photographers on the March from Selma to Montgomery in Alabama Featured on page 181 of Powerful Days Box 5 M405 13 Demonstrators wave flags in front of Alabama State Capitol 8 X 12 B W 1965 Montgomery Alabama Framed and matted photograph of demonstrators at the end of the March from Selma to Montgomery in front of the Alabama State Capitol Those who marched the entire route wear vests Featured on page 204 205 of Powerful Days Box 5 M405 14 Charles Moore with Toby Graham 3 ½ X 4 ¼ Color 1999 Polaroid Photographer Charles Moore holding copies of The Student Printz stands with Dr Toby Graham Mississippiana Curator McCain Library and Archives holding a copy of Moore s book Powerful Days in Cleanth Brooks Reading Room McCain Taken on March 23 1999 when Mr Moore visited Hattiesburg Mississippi by

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  • Moorman (Charles) Papers, 1954-1969
    holder and it is the responsibility of the permission seeker to contact and secure permission from the copyright holder Where copyright permission is not granted images are only for use in private study subject to the Fair Use exceptions made in U S Copyright Law Access Restrictions None Preferred Citation Method In citing these materials the following information should be included Item title of collection McCain Library and Archives The University of Southern Mississippi Processing Information Collection processed and finding aid written by Kyle Ethridge April 2015 Sources Lives of Mississippi Authors 1817 1967 James B Lloyd editor Kenyon College Obituaries http bulletin kenyon edu x984 xml About the Moorman Distinguished Professorship http www usm edu english about moorman distinguished professorship 8 Container List Series I Academic and Critical Work Box 1 Folder 1 Edited Typescript Perspectives in Criticism Arthurian Triptych Introductory Material and Chapter 1 Myth and Modern Literature Folder 2 Edited Typescript Perspectives in Criticism Arthurian Triptych Chapter 2 The Arthurian Myth Folder 3 Edited Typescript Perspectives in Criticism Arthurian Triptych Chapter 3 Charles Williams pages 51 85 Folder 4 Edited Typescript Perspectives in Criticism Arthurian Triptych Chapter 3 Charles Williams pages 86 140 Folder 5 Edited Typescript Perspectives in Criticism Arthurian Triptych Chapter 4 C S Lewis Folder 6 Edited Typescript Perspectives in Criticism Arthurian Triptych Chapter 5 T S Eliot Folder 7 Edited Typescript Perspectives in Criticism Arthurian Triptych Chapter 6 Logres in Britain and text endnotes Folder 8 Edited Typescript Book of Kyng Arthur Introductory Information and prologue Folder 9 Edited Typescript Book of Kyng Arthur Chapter 1 The Chronology of Morte Darthur Folder 10 Edited Typescript Book of Kyng Arthur Chapter 2 The Failure in Love Lancelot and Guinevere Folder 11 Edited Typescript Book of Kyng Arthur Chapter 3 The Failure in Religion The Quest of The Sankgreall Folder 12 Edited Typescript Book of Kyng Arthur Chapter 4 The Failure in Chivalry Lot and Pellinore Folder 13 Edited Typescript Book of Kyng Arthur Chapter 5 All Whole Together Folder 14 Edited Galley Proof Book of Kyng Arthur Folder 15 Edited Galley Proof Book of Kyng Arthur Folder 16 Edited Galley Proof Book of Kyng Arthur Folder 17 Edited Galley Proof Book of Kyng Arthur Folder 18 Edited Galley Proof Book of Kyng Arthur Box 2 Folder 1 Edited Galley Proof Book of Kyng Arthur Folder 2 Edited Galley Proof front materials Book of Kyng Arthur Folder 3 Article Essential Paganism of Beowulf 4 copies 1 with edits Folder 4 Edited Handwritten Manuscript Kings and Captains Variations on a Heroic Theme Contents possibly deal with the introduction to the text and a chapter concerning The Iliad Folder 5 Edited Handwritten Manuscript Kings and Captains Variations on a Heroic Theme Contents possibly deal with The Odyssey Folder 6 Edited Handwritten Manuscript Kings and Captains Variations on a Heroic Theme Contents possibly connect to The Odyssey and includes Beowulf Folder 7 Edited Handwritten Manuscript Kings and Captains Variations on a Heroic Theme Contents possibly deal with The

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  • Morgan (Olin Robertson) Collection, 1923-1962
    Robertson Collection Accession Number AM 90 36 Inclusive Dates 1923 1962 Volume 25 cu ft Given By Donated by Mr and Mrs Neil Gunn 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 Bulletins news clippings plays textbooks and photographs from her teaching career Prepared and maintained by The University of Southern Mississippi Libraries

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  • Morris (Toxey) Collection, 1966-1968, 1995
    of memorabilia from his active duty time as ship s surgeon on the U S S Tripoli during the Vietnam War Slides most identified Photographs Negatives Audio reel to reel tapes Cruise Book history of the U S S Tripoli Scrapbook has loose newspaper articles photos programs etc Two framed photographs certificates Accession Number AM12 16 Given By Made from existing tapes in Morris Toxey Collection Date of Receipt February

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  • Morrison (Jessie) Collection, 1864-1990
    clippings grocery lists record book high school bulletins and records regarding Jessie Morrison s involvement in various organizations and community issues In addition there are day planners relating to Miss Jessie s work at the University of Southern Mississippi Noteworthy items in this series are the beautifully written correspondence and materials pertaining to Kamper Park Series II Receipts Receipts in this series apparently relate to both personal and business expenses They provide insight into the types of goods and services used by the Morrison family between 1903 and 1938 Series III Riverside Brick and Manufacturing Company This series consists of materials relating to the daily operation of the Riverside Brick and Manufacturing Company from 1903 1935 Included are company ledgers shipping orders receipts payroll a court case stock sheet and the notice of incorporation Related Collections M 108 Riverside Brick and Manufacturing Company RG 6 USM Office of the President M 208 Hattiesburg Municipal Records M 36 Postcards M422 Jessie Morrison Collection Box and Folder List Series I Jessie Morrison and Family Box 1 Folder 1 William S Morrison History undated Folder 2 William S Morrison s Estate 1932 Folder 3 Medical Notes undated Folder 4 Insurance Policies W S Morrison 1918 1932 Folder 5 Privilege Tax License 1909 Folder 6 Hattiesburg High School Cora Morrison 1944 1945 Folder 7 McCain Appreciation Luncheon 1975 Folder 8 Conference Room Schedule 1979 Folder 9 Florist Phillips Southland 1973 1977 Folder 10 Mystic Krewe of Zeus 1986 1990 Folder 11 Grocery Lists W S Morrison 1927 Folder 12 Kamper Park undated Folder 13 Kamper Park Legal 1891 1949 Folder 14 Confederate States of America 1864 1948 Folder 15 Political Bulletin 1931 Folder 16 Railroad Exchange undated Folder 17 Bauer s Bulletin 1895 Folder 18 Photographs Folder 19 Postcards 1908 1954 Folder 20 Invitations Announcements 1902 1937 Folder 21 Correspondence to W S Morrison from W E Thrash 1904 1905 Folder 22 Correspondence to W S Morrison from Maymie 1894 1898 Folder 23 Correspondence to Mrs W S Morrison Eva 1896 1949 Folder 24 Correspondence to Brother from Lill 1902 1903 Folder 25 Correspondence to Brother from Eliza 1902 Folder 26 Correspondence from Harnett T Kane 1949 Folder 27 Correspondence from Patent Agency 1901 1902 Folder 28 Correspondence Miscellaneous 1897 1930 Box 2 Folder 1 Children s Writings undated Folder 2 Pocket Companion undated Folder 3 Household Ledger 1906 1909 Folder 4 Money Journal 1921 1922 Folder 5 Workbook 1959 1988 Folder 6 Notary Records 1972 1978 Folder 7 Minute Book Mayor s Committee on the Status of Women 1974 1975 Folder 8 Calendar 1980 Folder 9 Day Planner 1980 1988 Folder 10 Newspaper Clippings undated Folder 11 Newspapers 1872 1932 Series II Receipts Box 3 Folder 1 Receipts Bethea Drug Company 1924 1928 Folder 2 Receipts Calhoun s Bankrupt Store undated Folder 3 Receipts Coca Cola Bottling Company 1916 Folder 4 Receipts Dunn Brothers 1938 Folder 5 Receipts Gulf States Creosoting Company 1925 Folder 6 Receipts Hattiesburg Creosoting 1923 1930 Folder 7 Receipts

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  • Mrs. W.'s 1901 Diary
    en route to their new home in White County Arkansas Their home was apparently in a rural or semi rural setting just a short ride by buggy or on horseback from the towns of West Point Searcy Kensett and Griffithville Other towns mentioned are New Hope Little Rock Higginson and Des Arc On three occasions the writer indicates that her given name may have been Laura A sister Emma Em is the only relative the writer mentions by name Indications are that Emma may have lived in Jackson either Mississippi or Tennessee Source Contents of the Collection Scope and Content Mrs W s diary paints a vivid portrait of the daily life of a middle class homemaker in 1901 and constitutes a daily account of the author s activities from April 1 August 7 1901 It then skips to the final entry on August 28 which ends in the middle of a sentence Several philosophical sayings are recorded in the back of the diary which is written in a meteorological register book measuring approximately nine inches by fifteen inches A bookkeeping section follows the sayings which apparently records the sale of grocery items housewares and farm materials It is possible that Mr W operated a mercantile business and several entries in the diary indicate that he sometimes purchased items for neighbors on his frequent trips to the nearby town of Searcy Glimpses of the author s personality emerge as she reflects on her wedding and discusses friends and neighbors meal preparation housework sewing milking cows trips to the dentist playing croquet and visits to neighboring towns In one entry she gives detailed instructions for sweetening lard that is about to go bad Of particular interest is her interaction with other individuals the most prominent of which are her neighbors Joe

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