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From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from H. G. Fridge, M.D. to the Tatum Lumber Company concerning an accident involving Calvin Jones. Also see mus.m316.0204.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A surgeon's report on injury that may have been related to an accident that occurred to J.M. Tanner, an employee of the Tatum Lumber Company, on February 18, 1922. Includes illustration of place of injury. Signed L.B. Hudson, surgeon.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A handwritten accident report concerning an incident involving Burton Hartfield. Signed J.M. Tatum. Also see mus.m316.0210.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. An accident report from the Tatum Lumber Company concerning Burton Hartfield that occurred at the mill near Bonhomie, Mississippi in Forrest County. Signed W.S.F. Tatum. Also see mus.m316.0209.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Report of injury of Joe Entrekin that occurred at the Tatum Lumber Company's camp in the woods of Lamar County. Handwritten. Signed by H.G. Fridge, M.D. Also see mus.m316.0212.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. The 1929 Census of Manufactures for Logs, Lumber, and other Timber Products.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Census of Manufactures for Mines and Quarries 1929 for the Tatum Lumber Company.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Census of Distributions for 1929 for the Tatum Lumber Company.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Undated Christmas card from Mr. and Mrs. West Tatum. Front of card is an illustration of a carriage being pulled by two horses in the snow. Back of card reads "A Merry Christmas and Best Wishes for a Happy New Year. Mr. & Mrs. West O. Tatum."

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Undated Christmas card from Mr. and Mrs. West Tatum. Front of card is an illustration of a stream surrounded by snow, with a horse and carriage crossing a bridge in the distance. Front of card has the words "Season's Greetings!"Back of card reads "Greetings of the Season and best wishes for your happiness throughout the new year. Mr. & Mrs. West O. Tatum."

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Undated Christmas card from Mr. and Mrs. West Tatum. Front of card reads "Peace on Earth"with an illustrations of three wise men traveling towards Bethlehem. Inside of card has an illustration of one wise man traveling to Bethlehem and reads "Good Will to Men. May you have the gladness of Christmas which is hope. The Spirit of Christmas which is peace. The heart of Christmas which is love. Mr. & Mrs. West O. Tatum."

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A brochure from the Cincinnati Seating Co. The brochure features pews, pulpit furniture, altars, and confessionals.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from Bill Colmer, chairman of the Special Committee on Postwar Economic Policy and Planning, House of Representatives, Congree of the United States, to F.M. Tatum of Willmut Gas and Oil Company. The letter regards employing prisoners of war at Camp Shelby and encloses a letter from General Ulio (see mus.m316.0234).

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from J. A. Ulio, Major General, to William (Bill) Colmer of the House of Representatives. The letter regards the labor shortage in Hattiesburg, Mississppi and using prisoners of war to work in the War Department laundry at Camp Shelby, Mississippi.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from F. M. Tatum to William M. Colmer. The letter regards a previous letter concerning a meeting.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from Theodore G. Bilbo of the United States Senate to F. M. Tatum. The letter regards "monkey business" in the Office of Price Administration (OPA).

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from Theodore G. Bilbo of the United States Senate to F. M. Tatum. The letter regards a previous letter sent by Tatum concerning the Office of Price Administration (OPA).

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from John Elliot Rankin to Frank M. Tatum. The letter regards another letter from the Secretary of War concerning the utilization of prisoners of war in the laundry service at Camp Shelby. Also see mus.m316.0239.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from John Elliot Rankin to Henry L. Stinson regarding Frank M. Tatum's suggestion to use prisoners of war in the laundry at Camp Shelby to free civilian workers for employment in the community. Also see mus.m316.0238.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A speech made by John Elliot Rankin of Mississippi in the House of Representatives regarding C. I. O. membership demanded of discharged war veterans.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from Theodore G. Bilbo of the United States Senate to the War Department. The letter regards another letter from James K. Patterson. Also see mus.m316.0242.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from James K. Patterson the Theodore G. Bilbo. The letter regards problems with laying off employees at Camp Shelby to use war prisoners instead. Also see mus.m316.0241.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from E. C. Brewer, Joe W. Hopkins, and J.B. Snider to the Chairman of the Mississippi State Democratic Convention. The letter regards an endorsement for Mrs. Robert S. Ralston for the position of national committee-woman from the State of Mississippi.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from Gleason L. Ardcher to L. E. Faulkner. The letter is a carbon copy regarding the New Deal.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from S. C. Overpack, manufacturer of the Michigan Logging Wheels, to the Tatum Lumber Company regarding an order or 150 lumber buggies.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A catalog of products manufactured by S.C. Overpack: mill and lumber cards. Contains 1 page insert. Also see mus.m316.0245.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from the president of the Ohio Knife Company to the Tatum Lumber Company regarding the self-claimed quality of the knives.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from F. M. Tatum to S. F. Tatum, his son. The letter regards Frank Tatum asking his son what he would do with $25,000.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from Paul M. Hahn, president of the American Tobacco Company Inc., to a stockholder. The letter regards Lucky Strike, a brand of cigarette.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from Richard C. Williams, executive director of the Mississippi Hospital and Medical Service, to W. S. Tatum. The letter encloses a lighter as a gift.

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