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University of Mississippi. Dept. of Archives and Special Collections

P.O. Box 1848
Oxford, Mississippi 38655

Email: archive@olemiss.edu

Fax: 662-915-7639

Phone: 662-915-7408

Repository URL: http://www.olemiss.edu/depts/general_library/archives/ External Link

Repository code: msu

Repository description (CRHP): This repository houses the Civil Rights and Race Relations Collections which include a number of different collections that contain oral histories that relate to the CRHP. They include the Civil Rights Movement and Law Collection, the Media and the Civil Rights Movement, the James H. Meredith Collection, the William Doyle Collection, the James O. Eastland Aid Collection, 40th Anniversary Symposium and Observance of the Integration on U.M. Collection, Fannie Lou Hammer, Katallagete!/ James Y. Holloway Collection, and the George M. Street Collection.

Repository description (extant): Located inside the J.D. Williams Library, the Department of Archives and Special Collections houses important collections of Mississippiana. These collections consist of rare books, manuscripts, maps, visual and audio materials, and ephemera related to the University of Mississippi, the state of Mississippi, and the Blues.

Repository type: University Special Collection

Collections:

Civil rights movement and the law collection
Media and the civil rights movement collection
James H. Meredith collection
William Doyle collection
James O. Eastland collection

 

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