Business -- Mississippi -- History.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Ames and Hogan families papers
The Ames and Hogan families papers document the history of the family from 1816-1910. The papers consist of correspondence, legal documents, speeches and essays, business receipts, an autograph album, and other items. Among the business receipts are those relating to Hogan’s business with James Nealley, documenting their trips from Ditto’s Landing to New Orleans, along with their cargo and business partners.
Burnside Family Papers
Materials of the Burnside family of Lake Burnside, Neshoba County, Mississippi, including: memorandum book, 1886 and undated; family business papers, 1839-1904; letters, 1861-1918, including letter to A.W. Burnside from unnamed brother, Harper's Ferry, Virginia, June 12, 1861; publications, including Confederate Annals (June 1883), Neshoba County Democrat (May 23, 1895) article on double primary, and Southern Cultivator (April 1896); photograph, 1918; and genealogy, undated. Photocopies.
Council on Community Resources Collection
Minutes, correspondence, and other papers (1983-1985) concerning the Council on Community Resources, which was organized in 1983 in Starkville, Mississippi.
Mary Evelyn Starr Collection
Daniel Williams Family Papers
The Daniel Williams family papers document the history of the family from 1823 to 1966, most notably Campbell “Cammie” Williams and his brother, Mims Williams. The papers consist of correspondence, Civil War tax documents, bills and account statements, contracts, newspaper clippings, genealogical material, essays, poetry, cards, and miscellany.