Object Type: Collection
In Collection: Southern Miss History Digital Collection
Photograph of C.L. "Dipsy" Dews, senior halfback. Also found on page 92 of Chester M. Morgan's Dearly bought, deeply treasured, published in 1987, and in the 1942 Southerner yearbook on page 82.
Photograph of golden eagle Nugget and mascot Seymour.
Photograph of registration at the Reed Green Coliseum. Also found in Dearly Bought, Deeply Treasured on page 109; 10 x 8
Photograph of Joe Stringfellow in football uniform, no. 49, from the 1942 Southerner, page 82.
Photograph of campus buildings and students walking on campus.
Photograph of an aerial view of campus. The view is from the southeast, with the Administration Building in the center.
Photograph of an aerial view of campus. The view is from the southeast, with the Administration Building a little left of center. Photograph is marked with the photographer's name: "Bob Waller, Photographer, Hattiesburg, Miss." [Photograph was taken before construction began on Roberts Stadium.]
Photograph of a campus street (Pearl Street looking east?) with cars. The Home Economics and Administration buildings can be seen.
Photograph of USM campus named the Commercial Lawn of the Month by the Hattiesburg Garden Club in June 1982; 10 x 8
From the University Photographs Collection. A photograph of Shift Commander L.G. James of the Hattiesburg Fire Department, inspecting damage in a Bond Hall Dormitory. Photo by Chuck Cook, used in the Student Printz on September 23, 1980.
Photograph of doors in the Administration Building, from the interior. Through the doors, the Student Services Building can be seen in the far background.Photo also found in Chester M. Morgan's book, Dearly bought, deeply treasured on page 155.
Photograph of the weeping willow at Lake Byron; 3.5 x 5
Photograph of the Administration Building.
Photograph of a snowy scene that includes parts of Southern Hall, the Student Services Building, and McLemore Hall.
Photograph of the Administration Building decorated for Christmas late in 1967.
Photograph of Dr. Aubrey Lucas and his wife, Mrs. Ella Lucas. Also in the 1981 Southerner yearbook on page 128.
Photograph of a campus sculpture; 3.5 x 5
Photograph of a spirit sign, "Eagles We're Behind You All the Way"; 4.5 x 6.5
Photograph taken from south of campus, across Hardy Street on 29th Avenue. The side of the University Pharmacy building is in the left foreground. The Administration Building is in the center background.
Photograph of a banner across Hardy Street reads, "Welcome Students to Hattiesburg"; 7 x 5
Photograph of a sign protesting censorship, attached to a campus building. The sign reads: "Dr. Lucas: further censorship of the Student Printz shall not be tolerated." Photograph also found in Chester M. Morgan's book, Dearly bought, deeply treasured on page 140.
Photograph of two unidentified students lying on the front lawn of the USM campus during the spring semester of 1974; 5 x 7
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