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Tatum Family Business Records Digital Collection

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From the Tatum Family Business Records. A photograph of a two story building with "Hotel Engelhard" written on a sign. Two cars are parked out front. Handwriting on the back reads, "Hotel at Engelhard, N. C. Good accommodations."

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Photograph of Forrest Hotel building Gold Room interior decorated for Krewe of Zeus of dinner. Long tables are decorated with candles, flowers, and ferns. Men and women are dressed in suits and dresses. A column blocks the left of the photograph.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Photograph of two unidentified men, one wearing glasses and a dark suit and the other wearing a light suit, stand on each side of a woman in a dark jacket and dress under arch.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Photograph of a train track in a rural area taken from the track, looking down the track. Photograph is damaged and discolored.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Photograph of an unidentified man stands wearing glasses and a dark suit.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A photograph of an aerial view of Vicksburg Harbor. A barge and a small vessel are docked. The Canal Barge, Cudahy Packing Company, McCraig & Company Cotton Merchants and Schlottman Transfer Company buildings can be seen.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A photograph of an unidentified industrial building with multiple sloping roofs and electrical substation lines in front. An asphalt road runs in front.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A photograph of a lumber mill in Roper, North Carolina with a truck parked out front. A man stands on the back of the truck. Information found on back.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A photograph of an unidentified rural area with a train track bisecting. Various houses and other buildings as wells as roads.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Floor plan for a Brill Model 55 Gasoline Car dated February 5, 1924 by The J.G. Brill Company in Philadelphia, PA.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Photograph of three images on page with text. First image has a woman standing with a tree that has been "chipped." The other two images contain other trees that have also been "chipped."

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Photograph of an aerial picture taken facing southeast, including an arrow pointing out "Forrest Farms."

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Photograph of an aerial picture taken facing northwest, including the city of Hattiesburg seen at the top of the photo.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Photograph of an aerial picture taken facing west, including the campus of William Carey College near the top left.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Photograph of Tatum Lumber Co. Employees sitting on large logs. Two men are holding large saws.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. Photograph of an aerial picture of Tatum Oil Well #1

From the Tatum Family Business Records. "In this publication some operating results are given which give a general idea of what these gasoline card accomplish, as well as a comprehensive idea of design and construction of modern types of equipment." Publication No. 275

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A photograph of Winton Motor Car Co. Engine.

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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 C.L. Neill to Frank Tatum concerning the Millsaps College Campaign in Tatum's church district. Also see mus.m316.0320.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. An invitation to attend East Sixth Street USO's Anniversary Dance on March 20, 1943. The invitation also invites those to attend Open House, Sunday Morning, and the Anniversary Program Sunday afternoon.

From the Tatum Family Business Records. An Exchange Club Talk document regarding kindness as the Golden Rule put into practice.

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