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RG002 University Photographs

Object Type: Collection
In Collection: Southern Miss History Digital Collection



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Photograph of a covered pathway from Danforth Chapel to Bennett Auditorium; 7 x 5

Photograph of freshman hazing a State Teachers College. Also found in Dearly Bought, Deeply Treasured on page 57; 6 x 4

Photograph of female students signing-out. Also found in Dearly Bought, Deeply Treasured on page 128; 7 x 5 1/2

Photograph of five unidentified female students at the front gate of the Mississippi Normal College; 7 x 4; This photo also appears on page 18 of "Dearly bought, deeply treasured : the University of Southern Mississippi, 1912-1987."

Photograph of Sybel Hardy and Pewee Hinton as the Biggest Girl Flapper and Campus Sheik. Also found in Dearly Bought, Deeply Treasured on page 48, and in the 1925 Neka Camon yearbook on page 137; 5 x 7

Photograph of construction beside the Administration Building. Also found in Chester M. Morgan's book, Dearly bought, deeply treasured on page 12.

Photograph of an aerial view of Reed Green Coliseum.

Photograph of Reed Green Coliseum; 8 1/2 x 4 1/2

Group photograph of Southern Style circa 1979; 8 x 10.

Photograph of homecoming banners on the Panhellenic dormitory; 8 x 10

Photograph of the Panhellenic (Wilber) dormitory; 10 x 8

Photograph of Steve Hood, as Southern's mascot, General Nat, aids cheerleaders in leading a pep rally for one of the out-of-town ball games. Hood prospects for Big Gold at each football game with the aid of the mascot mule, Sergeant. In 1953, General Nat (for Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest) was approved as the Southerners’ mascot. The first General Nat was Archie Hughes, and Nat’s horse was named Son of Dixie.

Photograph of Powell Ogletree with Bertha M. Fritzsche and an unidentified woman circa 1960s; 8 x 10

Photograph of a spirit pep rally and bonfire circa 1970s; 5 x 7

Photograph of female students in the back of a truck during a pep rally; 5 x 3.5

Aerial photograph of the Education and Psychology Building, later named Owings-McQuagge Hall.

Photograph of the Education and Psychology Building during the construction phase. The building was later named Owings-McQuagge Hall.

Photograph of the Home Economics Building, later named Fritzsche-Gibbs Hall. Photograph also found in Chester M. Morgan's book, Dearly bought, deeply treasured on page 61, and in the 1931 Neka Camon yearbook on page 33.

Photograph of the nursery school entrance to the Home Economics Building, later named Fritzsche-Gibbs Hall.

Photograph of Elam Arms Dormitory; 4.5 x 6.5

Photograph of the pool in the center of the courtyard in Elam Arms Dormitory.

Photograph of the interior of Danforth Chapel; 5 x 3.5

Photograph of the interior of Danforth Chapel; 5 x 3.5

Photograph of a water fountain and plaque located in Bennett Auditorium. Plaque reads, "Claude Bennett Auditorium - Dedicated to the memory of the second President of this University, who served 1928-1933 - November 10, 1972"; 5 x 7

Photograph of the construction of the Bond Hall parking lot featured in the June 26, 1974 Student Printz. The caption reads, "Pine trees uprooted. A parking lot to be located behind Bond Hall required the removal of several large pine trees growing in the area. University President, William D. McCain, blames the leveling of the tall pines to students and faculty members who have provided continuous complaints about the parking problem on the USM campus. The parking lot will provide space for approximately 360 cars"; 9 x 6

Photograph of the campus clinic; 6 x 7

Photograph of the pediment and columns of Science Hall, later named Southern Hall. Photograph also found in Chester M. Morgan's book, Dearly bought, deeply treasured on page 53, and in the 1931 Neka Camon yearbook on page 24.

Photograph of two unidentified men in Danforth Chapel; 8 x 10

Photograph of Scott Hall, a dormitory, under construction in 1958-1959. 10" x 8"

Envelope drawing (architectural drawing) of proposed future development of the Mississippi Normal College campus. Drawing by R. H. Hunt, architect. Also found in Chester M. Morgan's book, Dearly bought, deeply treasured on the inside cover.

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