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M246 Hattiesburg Historical Photographs

Object Type: Collection
In Collection: Historical Manuscripts and Photographs Digital Collection



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From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs. Two African-American workers “dipping and scraping pine trees” for the turpentine industry in the South.

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs. Four unidentified loggers cutting down a yellow pine tree for Walworth & Neville Manufacturing Company.

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs. Scenic view of the South Mississippi Infirmary which was located on Walnut Street in Hattiesburg.

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs. Photograph of the Crawford home and grounds. The clinic (South Mississippi Infirmary) is pictured on the right side.

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs. Nurses and physicians pose outside a tent, possibly providing aid in the aftermath of the 1908 tornado in Purvis, Mississippi.

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs. Front view of the Methodist Hospital, facing Hall Avenue.

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph of men and women manufacturing ammunition at Komp Equipment Company in Hattiesburg during WWII; 7 x 5

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph of flag bearers and a marching band lead this Red Cross parade on Main Street in downtown Hattiesburg in the spring of 1943. 10" x 8"

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph of soldiers in uniform sharing a meal with young women; 9 x 6

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs. An aerial view photograph of construction happening at Camp Shelby.

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; A collage of images depicting training activity at Camp Shelby during World War II, circa 1941-1945. 5" x 7"

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph of the 152nd Ambulance Corps. One soldier on horseback rides in front of several horse-drawn ambulance wagons; 5 x 7

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph fo a large crowd gathered downtown to catch a glimpse of General Leonard Wood; 7 x 5

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph of a uniformed officer standing next to an early model car at Camp Shelby. The license plate number on the car is: PHS U.S. 2, and it may be a Public Health Service vehicle put in use during the 1918 influenza epidemic.

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs. Photograph of horse-drawn wagons of the 152nd Ambulance Corps.

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph of the camp for German prisoners of war detained at Camp Shelby during WWII, with well-tended gardens around them; 5 x 7

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph of women seated at a long narrow table as they manufacture ammunition at the Komp Equipment Company in Hattiesburg during WWII; 7 x 5

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Aerial photograph of the Hercules Powder Company Plant on West 7th Street in Hattiesburg. 7" x 5"

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs. Five African-American and three Caucasian mill workers are pictured inside an unidentified mill.

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph of Hattiesburg Mayor Paul Grady with Commissioners Ford Vance (right) and Walter Parker (left), circa 1960s.

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs. A black and white photograph of Santa Maria de Los Angeles, Chile, becoming the sister city of Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Second from left is Mayor Waldemar Agurto and on the far right is Mayor of Hattiesburg, Paul Grady.

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph of L. E. Faulkner, a prominent Hattiesburg businessman for many years. He owned and operated Faulkner Concrete Pipe Company and was an executive with the Mississippi Central Railroad. 5.5" x 8"

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph showing Hattiesburg Mayor Claude Pittman, Sr., who is seated. Standing beside him are an unidentified man, Commissioner C. B. Patterson, and Commissioner W. P. "Smokie" Harrington, all of whom are holding tickets.

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs. Photograph of presentation of Hattiesburg's first safety car in front of City Hall. The car was donated by Barron Motor Company, with assistance from the Hattiesburg Junior Chamber of Commerce. Left to right are: E. C. (Jack) Barron, Hattiesburg mayor Moran Pope, J. O. Barron Sr. and police chief Hugh Herring. [Typed label on original photograph contains incorrect name information. Barron family names supplied by Martha Barron Polk. lkg 10/10/2013]

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs. Advertisement giving specifications for a locomotive and tender ordered from Baldwin Locomotive Works of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, by the Mississippi Central Railroad.

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph of a Gulf and Ship Island Railroad locomotive and Tender.

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph of a view of the Southern Railway Depot in Hattiesburg, located at the intersection of Market and Newman Streets; 7 x 5

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs. B&HS Railroad locomotive number 200, and tender, parked beside a building. The B&HS was owned by the Tatum Lumber Company.

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs. Passengers loading onto the Mississippi Central Railroad passenger train at the depot in Sumrall, Mississippi.

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph of locomotive number 207, designed for pulling logs, circa early 1900s. Several men and women are posed on the engine. 5" x 3"

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