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Map Collection


MUM00283

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Summary Information

Repository
University of Mississippi Libraries
Title
Map Collection
ID
MUM00283
Date
1687-1998
Extent
1.0 Linear feet
General Physical Description note
296 items
Abstract
Collection contains various maps, mostly of Mississippi. Items were created 1687-1998.

Preferred Citation

Map Collection (MUM00283). Department of Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, University of Mississippi.

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Scope and Contents Note

Collection contains various maps, mostly of Mississippi. Items were created 1687-1998.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Mississippi Libraries 2005

Revision Description

 Revised by Lauren Rogers and Susan Ivey. 2016

Access Restrictions

Open

Use Restriction

The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions
of copyrighted material. Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a
photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be “used
for any purpose other than private study, scholarship or research.” If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy
or reproduction for purposes in excess of “fair use”, that user may be liable for copyright infringement.

Processing Information

Processed by University of Mississippi Department Special Collections Staff. EAD encoded finding-aid begun September 2005.

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Collection Inventory

Series 1: 1600s 

Box 3, Map #80. 1687. North America including Mississippi River and Louisiana Territory. French Reproduction. 1:22/19×23.
Color. Includes engravings and identifies colonies, territories, cities and rivers. 

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Series 2: 1700s 

Box 5, Map #266. 1728. Natchez area. Reprint of French map. Identifies French fort, 3 rivers and settlement areas. Black/White.
9.5 x 8. Natchez Literary Collection published in 1991. Includes information about the original map on the bottom portion. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #215. 1729. French Colonial maps of New Orleans. Photostats of originals. 3 sheets.
Related to papers in Small Manuscripts (95-1). 16×21.5 and 18×12.75. 

Box 1, Map #3. Circa 1732. Mobile Bay and Coast. French reproduction. Includes depth figures and primary rivers. 6.25×10.5. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #199. 1761. Colonial United States. “A Map of the Southern Indian District.” Photostats
from the British Museum. 21×18. 

Tubes, Map #308. 1722-1731. Copies of three maps: “New Map of West Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina with Part of Louisiana”
(Samuel Lewis, 1772) in seven parts; “Plan of the Proposed New Town also the Proposed Cut from the Mississippi to the Iberville”
in three parts; and “Carte de cours de fleume Mississippi Ou de saint Louis depuis la Nouvelle Orleans tusquau Natchez leue
en 1731” in four parts. Largest 51.25 x 37.5. 

Box 2, Map #75. 1776. Mississippi, “A Map of the Indian Nations in the Southern Department.” Reproduction. J.W.G. Brahm. 18×22. 

Box 3, Map #99. Circa 1795. South Carolina. Wm. Carey (geographer Samuel Lewis). 1:16/17×15. Detached from Carey’s Atlas.
Identifies river routes, trails, and roads. Black and white. 

Box 3, Map #100. Circa 1795. Maryland. Detached from Carey’s (S. Lewis, geographer). 1:12/16×11. Black and white. Identifies
rivers, inlets, and towns. Enlargement of Fort Cumberland to Potomac River area. 

Box 3, Map #101. Circa 1795. Georgia. Detached from Carey’s American Edition of Guthrie’s Geography. 1:45/9×15.5. Indian territories,
Savannah, Augusta, river counties. Black and White. 

Box 3, Map #119. 1795. Mississippi Territory. Samuel Lewis. 1:40/9.75×7.5. Towns, river routes, Indian territory. Color, detached. 

Box 4, Map #196. [17–]. Mississippi Territory. French Colonial maps of Mississippi River (23×17) and Bay St. Louis (45×9).
3 sheets, in French. Photographs of map. 

Box 4, Map #244. [17–]. Mississippi Valley. 1:7/22.5×15.5. Colonial Gulf Coast Area. Color photocopy. French. 

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Series 3: 1800s 

Box 3, Map #93. Circa 1800. Mississippi Territory. S. Lewis 1:40/9.5×8. Trails, Indian territory, “Georgia Company.” 

Box 4, Map #178. [1804]. Mississippi Territory. 1:40/8×9.5. Detached. S. Lewis, Philadelphia. Uncolored. Identifies rivers
and Indian territory. 

Box 4, Map #4. [1814]. Mississippi Territory. William Carey. 1:34/12×14. Plate 23, color borders. [detached from Carey Atlas.] Identifies towns, rivers, Indian territory. 

Box 1, Map #5. [1816]. (a) Mississippi Territory. Lucas. Color borders Identifies Indian territory, towns, and rivers. 1:48/
8.25×10.25 (b) Facsimile. 

Box 5, Map #257. Circa 1816. Mississippi Territory. Photocopy of Mississippi Historical Society reprint (1974). 1:39/11.5×9.75. 

Box 5, Map #253. Circa 1817. Mississippi Territory. Photocopy of map. Shows Native-American territory. 19×15.5. 

Box 1, Map #6. 1822. Mississippi. Geographical, Statistical, and Historical Map of Mississippi. Lucas (engraved Young & Dalleker).
1:30/11.5×9. Color. Includes narrative historical sketch of state, population statistics by town and race. 

Box 5, Map #255. Circa 1822. Mississippi. Photocopy of reprinted map, “Early statehood c.1822.” reprinted by Mississippi Historical
Society, 1974. 1:33/8.5×11.25. Identifies early county lines and Indian territory. 

Box 4, Map #123. 1822. Mississippi and Alabama. Luke Drury. 8.5×10. From children’s primer “Geography for Schools” (Providence,
RI). Marks state boundaries only. 

Box 1, Map #7. 1824. Mississippi. Lucas. 1:30/11.5×9. Color, [detached from atlas]. Shows counties (18), towns, rivers, and
Indian territory. 

Box 5, Map #249. [1824]. Mississippi. Hand drawn. “Organized along county lines, Indian lands and the ‘Yazoo’ region.’ The
Yazoo area and the Chickasaw and Choctaw Indian lands comprise more than half of the state.” Points out most county seats.
7.5×9.75. 

Box 1, Map #8. [1824]. Mississippi. A. Finley, Philadelphia. 1:32/ 11×8.5. Color, detached. Shows counties, rivers, towns,
and Indian territory. 

Box 1, Map #9. 1825. Mississippi. J. Carez. French language reprint of Map #6. 

Box 5, Map #251. 1826. Mississippi. German. Color with supplementary Information. Shows 18 counties, towns, Indian territory.
Weimar, 9.75×11.5. 

Box 3, Map #79. 1827. Mississippi, Louisiana, and Alabama. A. Finley. 1:29/16.5×21. Statistical tables. Damaged. 

Box 1, Map #10. 1827. Mississippi. Revision of Map #6. Geographical, Statistical, and Historical Map of Mississippi. Lucas
(engraved Young & Dalleker). Color, detached. Includes narrative historical sketch of state, population statistics by town
and race. 1:30/ 11.75×8.75. Includes 21 counties. 

Box 1, Map #11. 1828. Mississippi. A. Finley (engraved by Young & Dalleker). 1:32/11.25X8.5 Color, detached. 22 counties and
Indian territory identified. 

Box 1, Map #12. 1830. Noxubee County. “Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek, signed at Council House September 27, 1830.” Printer,
Griggs & Watson. 1:2/12×12. Plat and township map drafted at Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek. Indicates major rivers and towns. 

Box 1, Map #13. 1831. Mississippi. Finley. Revision of #11 (25 counties). 1:32/11.5×8.5. Color, detached. Indicates rivers,
towns, and Indian territory. 

Box 3, Map #90. 1833. North America (2 maps). Chapman & Hall. 1:29/12×15.5. Color, detached from atlas of the “Society for
the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.” 

Box 4, Map #191. 1833. Mississippi. Greenville. H.B. Theobald early Greenville Collection. 1:200/ 10.5×20. Includes Harriet
B. Theobald’s hand written and signed manuscript describing the land she donated to the town. Validated by William Hayclaff,
county clerk. Map of the area described. 

Tubes, Map #134. 1834. A Complete Ecclesiastical Chart, From the Earliest, Sacred and Profane… J.H. Colton. Historical chart
with chronology of Catholic Church. Frayed and damaged. Extremely fragile and should be handled only under extreme necessity. 

Box 1, Map #14. 1834. Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama. Reproduction. S. Augustus Mitchell. 1:30/ 16×20. Identifies counties,
towns, and steamboat, rail, and stagecoach lines (with arrival/departure times). 

Box 5, Map #258. Circa 1835. Mississippi & Alabama. Railroads & canals. County borders hand-drawn. Inscribed “T. G. Bradford.
Boston & N.Y. 1835.” 

Box 4, Map #124. [1836-1844]. Mississippi. William Carey. 1:28/10.75×13. Includes common roads and steamboat routes (both
with distances between destinations identified). Color. Detached from Farmer’s Universal Atlas. 

Box 3, Map #82. 1837. Mississippi, Louisiana, and Alabama. S. Augustus Mitchell. Color. Includes stagecoach, steamboat routes,
railroads and common roads. 1:30/20.5×16.5. 

Box 1, Map #15. 1838. Mississippi. L.G. Bradford (printer, Sherman & Smith). 1:25/ 14×11.25. 60 counties. Towns and rivers
indicated. 

Box 6, Map #320. [1838]. Louisiana and Arkansas. Reproduction. 12.5 x 10. 

Box 6, Map #321. [1838]. Mississippi and Alabama. Reproduction. 12.5 x 10. 

Box 1, Map #16. 1839. Mississippi, “Map of Mississippi…Exhibiting the Post Offices, Post Roads, Canals, Railroads, and Etc.”
Reproduction. David H. Burr. 1:32/35×16.5. Original in National Archives. 

Box 1, Map #17. 1839. Mississippi, “Diagram of the Surveying District South of Tennessee.” W.J. Stone. Color, plat map, designates
surveyed and unsurveyed townships. Identifies rivers, towns, county borders, Indian territories and cessions. 

Box 1, Map #65. 1840/1850/1860. Southern United States. Source unknown. Comparative series of maps (3) that identify the changing
shapes and sizes of counties from 1840-1860. All in black and white, 8.5×11. 

Box 4, Map #138. 1841, 1843, 1845. Mississippi, Survey Maps. “Diagram of the Surveying District South of Tennessee.” General
Land Office. C.A. Bradford, A. Downing, Sudlow. 1:10/10×17. 2 copies (w/ 1839 and 1841). Some in color, some in black and
white. 

Box 1, Map #18. 1842. Mississippi. Morse and Breeze. 1:25/ 14×11. Green, detached. 60 counties. Shows rivers, towns, railroad
and canal lines. 

Box 5, Map #254. Circa 1842. Mississippi counties. Photocopy of reprinted map published by the Mississippi Historical Society
in 1974. 1:52/10.75×13. 

Box 3, Map #120. [1842]. Mississippi. Greenleaf (?). 1:55/10.75×12.5. Identifies county, town and rail. 

Tubes, Map #129. 1843. Map of the World. S. Augustus Mitchell. 50×80. Based on Mercator’s projection. Identifies distances
to certain seaports from London to New York. 

On Permanent Display in Special Collections. 1845. Map of Mississippi by LaTourette. 

Box 1, Map #19. 1846. Mississippi, “A New Map of Mississippi with Its Roads and Distances.” S. Augustus Mitchell. 1:28/ 11.5×14.
Color. 60 counties. Steamboat routes listed and indented. Indicates railroad lines and leading roads with distances between
cities listed. 

Box 1, Map #20. 1847. Mississippi. Reproduction of Map #19. 

Tubes, Map #131. 1847. Mississippi. Oliver Smith. 1:10/22×42. Color. County seats, townships. Matted. 

Box 6, Map #335. 1849. Mississippi River. “Map of the Mississippi River from Princeton to the Gulf of Mexico” with inset “Map
of the Mississippi River from Memphis to Princeton.” W. Williams. 7.75 x 6.25. 

Box 1, Map #21. [1849]. Mississippi. Revision of Map #19. Color. 

Box 5, Map #250. [1850-1890]. Mississippi. Detached from atlas with corresponding commentary. No color. Identifies counties,
rivers, and railroads. 1:48/4.75×8. 

Box 5, Map #268. 1850. Mississippi. Thomas Cowperthwait. Color, detached. Identifies counties, railroads, steamboat routes
and distances. 1:29/11.5 x 14. 

Box 3, Map #105. 1852. Mississippi. J. Graessl. 1:28/11.5×15. German, color, detached from Meyer’s Hand Atlas. Louisiana map
of same size and with same features found on the back. 

Box 5, Map #256. Circa 1852. Mississippi. Photocopy of Mississippi Historical Society’s reprint (1974) of Thomas Couperthwait’s
Map of Mississippi, c.1852.1: 32/9.75×11.75. Identifies counties, towns, steamboat routes, railroads, and common roads. 

Tubes, Map #128. 1853. North America. Jacob Monk, Baltimore. 1:48/50×50. Includes map of the world (10×20). Indicates routes,
territories, and distances between major cities. Contains index of counties and towns in the U.S. 

Box 1, Map #22. [1854]. Mississippi. Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., publisher. 1:28/ 14×11.5. 61 counties. Color. Towns, steamboat
and railroad lines and roads in progress or proposed identified. 

Box 1, Map #23. 1855. Mississippi. J.H. Colton. 1:25/11×14. Color, detached. Identifies roads, rail lines, canal routes, towns
and counties. 

Box 5, Map #267. 1855. Mississippi. J.H. Colton. 1:25/11.25 x 14. Identifies railroads, counties, rivers, canals and towns.
Detached. 

Box 3, Map #94. 1856. Mississippi. Charles deSilver. Philadelphia. 1:28/10.5×13. Color, detached from atlas. Identifies steamboat
routes, distances, counties, cities and railroad lines. 

Box 4, Map #165. 1856. Plat maps of property owned by heirs or legal representatives of Mrs. Magdalene B—-, widow of Don
Pedro. Part of D.G.W. Ricketts Collection. Reproductions. 15×19. 

Tubes, Map #130. 1857. North America, D. Griffing Johnson. “Johnson’s New Illustrated and Embellished Map of the Republics
of North America…” 60×75. Statistical tables from 1850 census. Color, Matted. Includes engravings of various American cities
around borders. Notes distances to specific cities by land and water. Frayed and damaged. 

Box 3, Map #96. 1857. Mississippi. G.W. Colton. 1:25/11×13.75. Color, pocket maps. Identifies railroads, common roads, canals,
cities and counties. 

Box 3, Map #110. 1857. Mississippi. Charles deSilver. 1:28/10.5×13. Color, detached. Identifies planned, in progress and completed
railroads, steamboat routes and distances and cities. 

Box 5, Map #314. 1860. Mississippi. “Approximate Course of the Mississippi River in Southwest Washington County, Mississippi,
in 1860.” Copy of hand drawn map. 14 x 8.5. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #194. 1860s. Maps detached from the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of
the Union and Confederate Armies. Laminated, Color. Each 1:10/27×16.5. Seven maps. Some topographical, some show boundaries
of union/confederate geographical division and depth. From Baxter Collection. 

Box 3, Map #83. 1860, 1880. Mississippi. G.W. Colton. 1:25/11×14. Color, pocket maps. Identifies railroads, common roads,
canals, cities and counties. 

Box 1, Map #25. 1861. Mississippi. Colton. “Colton’s Township and Railroad Map of the United States of America” Identifies
railroad and canal routes. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 8, Map #71. [1862]. United States (40th parallel south), “Perrine’s New Military Map Illustrating
the Seat of War.” C.O. Perrine, Indianapolis. 1:48/27×22. Illustrates state boundaries, major cities, towns, rivers, and railroad
lines generally south of Mason-Dixon line. Black and white with state’s boundaries in color. 

Box 5, Map #252. 1863. Terrain Map of Vicksburg campaign. Early Spring 1863. Color reproduction of hand drawn map of Mr. Hewey
Pervis. Includes Pervis’s signature. 22×17. 

Box 1, Map #24. [1864]. Mississippi. Revision of Map #23 

Box 1, Map #26. 1865. Mississippi. Colton. “Colton’s Township and Railroad Map of the United States of America” Identifies
railroad and canal routes. 

Box 1, Map #27. 1866. Mississippi. Harper’s Weekly. 1:32/10.5×9. Color, detached from magazine. Engraving, post-Civil War
(map includes crest of Union eagle). Identifies rivers, roads, towns, and state capital. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #286. Circa late 1860s-1870s. Oversize Plot of Vicksburg and Natchez Districts.
For Leasing Abandoned Plantations. Middleton, Strobridge & Co. in Cin. O. 2 sheets. 19 x 28. Identifies plantations leased
and unleased along both banks of the Mississippi River. 

Box 3, Map #92. Circa 1870. Mississippi, Arkansas, and Louisiana. Johnson & Ward. 1:25/16×23. Color, detached. Identifies
counties, cities, railroads and common roads. 

Box 3, Map #108. [1871]. Louisiana, Mississippi, and Southern Arkansas. Asher & Adams. 1:20/16.5×22.5. Identifies major cities,
counties, railroad lines and rivers. 

Box 3, Map #109. 1872. Louisiana, Mississippi, and Southern Arkansas. Asher & Adams. 1:20/16.5×22.5. Identifies major cities,
counties, railroad lines and rivers. 

Box 3, Map #106. 1873. Mississippi. Gray’s Atlas. 1:24/11.5×14.75. Color, detached. Identifies railroads, common roads, canals,
cities, and counties. 

Box 6, Map #350. [1873]. Mississippi. Removed from Gray’s Atlas. Color. 17 x 14.5. 

Box 3, Map #97. 1874. Mississippi, Arkansas, and Louisiana. Color, detached. Identifies counties, cities, rivers, and roads.
1:32/12×19.5. 

Box 4, Map #167. 1875. Port Hudson and Vicinity. Reproduction of 1864 Civil War map of Port Hudson and surrounding area. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #168. 1878. Mississippi. State of Mississippi Department of the Interior General
Land Office. This map was originally issued in the obscure Atlas of the States and Territories over which Land Surveys have
been Extended. Shows counties, towns, waterways, railroads, and U.S. land offices. Color. 1:12/20×31.5. 

Box 3, Map #107. 1878. Mississippi. O.W. Gray & Son, Gray’s Atlas. 1:16/16×24. Color, detached. Identifies railroads (completed
and planned), canals, counties, towns and rivers. Includes a brief, overview history of Mississippi and population statistics.
2 copies. 

Box 1, Map #28. 1878. Mississippi. J.H. Colton. 1:25/16.5×11.5. Color, detached. Counties, railroads, canals, and common roads. 

Box 1, Map #29. 1878. Mississippi. C. Roeser, General Land Office (published by Julius Bion). 1:12/20×30. Matted. Survey map. 

Box 1, Map #30. 1879. Mississippi. George Cram, Chicago. 1:19/11.25×21. Detached. Counties, town, and rail identified. 

Box 3, Map #91. 1880. Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana (w/ plan of New Orleans and county map of Florida). S. Augustus
Mitchell. 1:32/9.5×8. New Orleans, 1:1/2/12×20. Color, detached. 

Box 1, Map #31. [1882]. North America. G. W. and C. B. Colton. Identifies countries and states within U.S. 11.25×14.25. Color,
detached. 

Box 1, Map #32. [1882]. Texas. Colton. 1:33/15.5×26.5. Color, dissected, detached. Includes plan of harbors and North Texas.
Identifies counties, cities, railroads, and rivers. 

Box 1, Map #33. 1882. Arkansas. Colton. 1:23/11.25×14.25. Color, detached. Railroads, Common roads, cities and counties. 

Box 1, Map #34. 1882. Virginia and West Virginia. Colton. 1:29/11.25×14.25. Color, detached. Plan of Richmond and Norfolk/Portsmouth
area. Identifies cities, counties, railroads and common roads. 

Box 1, Map #35. [1882]. Florida. Colton. 1:18. Color, dissected, detached. Identifies counties, cities, rivers, islands and
terrain features. 

Box 1, Map #38. 1882. Pennsylvania. Colton. 1:14/15×25. Color, detached. Includes townships, cities, counties, and rivers. 

Box 1, Map #39. 1882. Louisiana. Colton. 1:25/11×14. Color, detached. Includes map of New Orleans area including Lake Pontchartain,
its depths, and various terrain features. 

Box 1, Map #40. 1882. Maryland and Delaware. Colton. 1:15/11×14. Color, detached. Includes plan of District of Columbia. Identifies
railroads, common roads, rivers, cities, and counties. 

Box 2, Map #41. 1882. Alabama. Colton. 1:25/11×14. Color, detached. Railroads, common roads, rivers, canals, cities and counties. 

Box 2, Map #42. 1882. Georgia. Colton. 1:25/11×14. Color, detached. Identifies cities, counties, and railroad lines. 

Box 4, Map #188. 1882. Mississippi. S.W. Ferguson. Blantonia Plantation, near Greenville. H.B. Theobald early Greenville collection.
1:5 chains (or 330 feet)/38×27. Fragile. Folded. 

Box 1, Map #40. [1883]. North and South Carolina. Colton. 1:30/15.75×25.5. Color, detached. Identifies railroads (completed
and projected), cities, counties and common roads. Also includes plan of Charleston and Beaufort Harbor. 

Box 1, Map #37. 1883. Kentucky and Tennessee. Colton. 1:20/15.75×25.5. Color, detached. Includes counties, cities, rivers,
railroads and rivers. 

Box 4, Map #245. 1883. Mississippi. Rand McNally. Detached, Color. 1:18/19×13.5. Identifies counties, rivers, roads. 

Box 3, Map #98. [1884]. Mississippi and Louisiana. A. Black. 1:35/11×14.5. Color, detached. Identifies terrain features, including
rivers. 

Box 4, Map #189. 1885. Mississippi. C.W. Johnson. Greenville. H.B. Theobald early Greenville collection. 21×21. Hand drawn. 

Box 4, Map #190. 1885. Mississippi. Certificate of the Register of the Land Office for William M. Blanton. H.B. Theobald early
Greenville collection. 16.5×10. 

Box 2, Map #43. [1885]. Mississippi. 1:16/15×21. Detached, black and white. Identifies rail lines, surveying districts. 

Box 4, Map #159. 1886. Mississippi. G.W. and C.B. Colton. Color, detached. 1:25/13×15.5. Identifies railroads, common roads,
and canals. 

Box 3, Map #118. [1886]. Mississippi. George F. Cram. 1:28/9.75×12. Color. Detached from Atlas. Population and total area
for Mississippi noted. 

Box 6, Map #340. Mississippi. Removed from Atlas of the World by Rand, McNally & Co. 13.75 x 10.5. 

Box 3, Map #114. Circa 1888. Mississippi. George F. Cram. 1:28/9.75×12. Color. Detached from Atlas. Population and total area
for Mississippi noted. 

Box 3, Map #116. 1889. Mississippi. George F. Cram. 1:28/9.75×12. Color. Detached from Atlas. Population and total area for
Mississippi noted. 

Box 6, Map #333. [188-]. Mississippi. Removed from Encyclopedia Britannica, 9th edition. 12.25 x 10.25. 

Box 3, Map #117. 1890. Mississippi. Rand-McNally. 1:32/9.25×12.5. Northwest and Southern Florida on back with terrain features
noted. Color, detached. 

Box 2, Map #44. [1890]. Mississippi (front), Louisiana (back). Balch International. 1:28/10×13. Black and white with color
borders separating the counties. Identifies towns, cities, and rivers. 

Box 3, Map #115. [1890]. Mississippi. George F. Cram. 1:28/9.75×12. Color. Detached from Atlas. Population and total area
for Mississippi noted. 

Box 2, Map #45. [1890]. Mississippi. Reproduction. Robert Morton (General Land Office). 1:14/19×32. Dissected. Identifies
former Indian territory. Original located in National Archives. 

Box 3, Map #111. [1890]. Mississippi. Rand-McNally. 1:18/12×19. Color, detached. Identifies counties, cities, railroads, rivers,
and common roads. 

Box 3, Map #113. [1890]. Mississippi and Louisiana (located on the back). George F. Cram. 1:30/9.75×12.25. 1:32/11×10. Includes
population statistics and area for each state. 

Box 6, Map #336. [1890]. Mississippi. Rand McNally & Co. Color. 10.75 x 7.75. 

Box 6, Map #328. 1891. Mississippi. Engraved for King’s Handbook of the United States by Matthews, Northrup & Co. Removed
from atlas. 8 x 5.5. 

Box 4, Map #121. [1892]. Mississippi. Werner Atlas. 1:28/10×13. Color, detached. Counties, towns, and railroads. 

Box 3, Map #112. [1893-1894]. Mississippi. George F. Cram. Color, detached. 1:16/16.25×22. Identifies counties, cities, railroads
(completed, in progress, and lines/companies), and post offices. 

Box 5, Map #301. 1895. University of Mississippi Grounds. Photocopy. Identifies features. 18 x 25.5. 

Box 2, Map #46. 1897. Mississippi. The Century Atlas (published by Matthews-Northrop). 1:22/10×15. Includes elevations, county
seats, and depths of Mississippi Sound and Gulf of Mexico. 

Box 2, Map #329. 1899. Mississippi. Removed from Rand, McNally & Co. atlas. 7.75 x 3.5. 

Box 5, Map #149. [18–]. Eleven hand drawn plats including several of Noxubee County. Illustrates land in Noxubee County,
MS that was owned by William Lewis of Gainsville, Alabama. Some professionally traced others simple hand drawn sketches. From
the Colbert Collection. 

Box 5, Map #316. [18–]: Mississippi River. Includes tributaries. Color copy of hand drawn map. 

Box 4, Map #232. [18–]. Mississippi and Alabama. Color map displaying counties, rivers, canals and railroads. Detached. 1:25/12×15. 

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Series 4: 1900-1949 

Box 6, Map #348. [1901]. Mississippi. Removed from George F. Cram atlas. Color. 14.25 x 11. 

Box 2, Map #72. [1901]. Wyatt, Mississippi. 18×21.5. Plat map. Legend blotted out. Includes photo of the original. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #242. 1901, 1902, 1905. Mississippi Soil Maps. USDA Bureau of Soils. Bentonia,
Mayersville, Smedes, Yazoo, and Crystal Springs sheets. 5 sheets. 

Box 4, Map #206. 1903. Mississippi. Pocket road map. Kenyon Printing and Manufacturing Company. Color. 1:20/12.5×18.5. Identifies
congressional districts, cities, counties, rivers, roads, etc. Also includes general statistics and a guide to Mississippi
towns on the back. 

Box 6, Map #337. 1904. Mississippi. C.S. Hammond & Co. Color. 12 x 9.25. 

Box 3, Map #95. 1904. Alaska. U.S.G.S. standard topographical map. Contour interval 1000 ft. 1:40/44×32 1/2. R.U. Goode, geographer. 

Box 6, Map #327. 1904. Mississippi. Removed from Rand, McNally & Co. atlas. 7 x 5.75. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #170. [1905]. Mississippi. George F. Cram. Includes color outlined counties and
shows railroad lines. 22×16. Color, detached. 

Box 2, Map #73. 1906. Mississippi. Rand-McNally. 1:13/18.5×26. Color, detached. Atlas map. Railroad lines and its stops identified. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #243. 1906, 1907. Mississippi Soil Maps. USDA Bureau of Soils. Ponotoc County,
Oktibbeha County, Montgomery County, Prentiss County, and Jasper County sheets. 5 sheets. Color. Folded. 

Box 3, Map #89. 1907. Mississippi. 1:13/19×26. Color, detached from Rand-McNally Atlas. Identifies cities, counties, and common
roads. 

Box 6, Map #338. 1907. Mississippi. Removed from New Encyclopedic Atlas and Gazetteer by Dodd, Mead & Co. 15.75 x 10.75. 

Box 6, Map #347. 1908. Mississippi. Removed from World Atlas and Gazetteer by L.L. Poates Engraving Co. Color. 16 x 11. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #236. [190-]. Mississippi. State Geological survey. 1:14/18.5×27. Color-coded legend.
Very fragile. 

Box 3, Map #84. 1911. Meridian, Mississippi. W.G. Whetmore. 1:200 ft/18×14. Surveys, additions, subdivisions, streets, rail
lines. 

Box 6, Map #342. 1911. Mississippi. Removed from Atlas of the World by Rand, McNally & Co. Color. 13.5 x 10. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 8, Map #409. 1912. Lafayette County, Mississippi. Soil map. U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Bureau of Soils and State Geological Survey. Color. 30 x 31.5. 

Box 6, Map #343. 1914. Mississippi. Removed from World Atlas and Gazetteer by L.L. Poates Engraving Co. Color. 15 x 10.75. 

Box 6, Map #331. 1915. Mississippi. Removed from Atlas of the World by Rand, McNally & Co. 14 x 11. 

Box 6, Map #346. [1915]. Mississippi. Removed from C.S. Hammond & Co. atlas. Color. 9.5 x 6. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #293. Circa 1916-1919. Nouvelle Carte de France… Map of French held territories
c. WWI. 33 ½” x 41″. Color. 2 copies. Annotated by Virginia Nelson. Part of Nelson Collection. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #294. Circa 1916-1919. Subject Nationalities of the German Alliance. 30″x40″.
Color. From the Nelson Collection. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #295. Circa 1916-1919. Environs de Paris. 25 ½”x 19 ¾”. Color. From the Nelson
Collection. 

Box 5, Map #296. Circa 1916-1919. Black and white map of France and surrounding countries. 6″x8″. Annotated by Virginia Nelson.
From the Nelson Collection. 

Box 6, Map #332. 1917. Mississippi. Removed from World Atlas and Gazetteer by L.L. Poates Eng. Co. 15 x 9.75. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #246. [1920]. Madras & Southern Mahratta Railway & adjacent lines map. Part of
Linda Caughman Collection. 

Box 6, Map #345. 1921. Mississippi. Removed from World Atlas and Gazetteer by L.L. Poates Eng. Co. Color. 15 x 10.75. 

Box 8, Map #431. 1928 Mississippi. “Auto Road Map of Mississippi.” Rand-McNally & Company. Distributed by Standard Oil Company.
Folded. 

Tubes. Map #133. 1925. Oxford, Sanborn Maps (MC G 3984 095/ G 475 S3). Two copies of 8 maps, black and white. Each is 1:100ft/17×20. 

Box 3, Map #103. 1926. Mississippi, Railroad and Mineral Resources. Miss. State Board of Development. 1:23/11.25×18. Black
and White includes legend. Identifies various minerals found abundantly in Mississippi. County boundaries noted. 

Box 3, Map #103. 1926. Mississippi, Railroad and Mineral Resources. Miss. State Board of Development. 1:23/11.25×18. Black
and White includes legend. Identifies various minerals found abundantly in Mississippi. County boundaries noted. 

Tubes, Map #311. 1926. Map of Hancock County, Mississippi. Identifies school districts, voting districts, timber land. 57.5
x 48.25. 

Box 6, Map #341. 1926. Greenville, Mississippi. Chamber of Commerce. Shows business and industrial establishments. 15 x 11.5. 

Box 3, Map #47. 1927. Mississippi, Soil Map. Mississippi State Geological Survey. 1:14/18×27. Color legend identifies highlands,
prairies, ridges, Yazoo basin, etc. 

Box 5, Map #315. 1927. Mississippi River. “Approximate Areas Flooded by Mississippi River and Tributaries in Seven States
during 1927 Showing Location of Red Cross Emergency Relief Camps.” Copy. 15.5 x 9.75. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 8, Map #141. 1927. Louisiana, Braithwaite Plantation (Plaquemins Parish). Color. Ricketts
(landscape engineer). Property map of Plaquemins Parish, formerly Braithwaite Plantation. Includes abstract on earlier land
surveys. From the Ricketts Collection. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #238. 1927. Mississippi soil map. Published by the State Department of Agriculture
and Commerce. 1:14/18.75×27. Color legend. Back contains basic information regarding Mississippi agriculture. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #263. 1927. Jackson County, Mississippi. US Department of Agriculture Field Operations,
Bureau of Chemicals and Soils. 1:1/30 x 38. Color legend. Soil Map. Folded. 

Box 2, Map #48. 1928. Mississippi, Reconnaissance Geological Map. U.S.G.S. 1:15/14×24. Color, legend. 

Box 8, Map #434. 1928. Mississippi. “Kyso Road Map of Mississippi.” Standard Oil Company. Outside graphics only drymounted
– no internal maps. 

Tubes, Map #126. 1930. Mississippi. Southwestern Survey Co. 1:8/27×45. Identifies county roads, towns, counties and county
seats. Includes census index 1930, towns by grid location. 

Tubes, Map #161. [1930]. Deer Island. Tracings and other surveyor’s maps. Part of D.G.W. Ricketts Collection. 2 maps. First
shows layout of Laurel Country Club golf course, 12.5×18. The second is of Deer Island, 64.5×18. 

Box 4, Map #164. 1932. United States. Tracing of map showing principal meridians, baselines, and accessions of territory in
1803,1819,1845,1853. Part of D.G.W. Ricketts Collection. 15×19. 

Box 5, Map #279. 1932. Mississippi. Pan-American Petroleum Corporation. Road map. Includes index to cities and towns. 1:18
/ 17 x 23. Folded. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #186. 1933. Mississippi. Compiled and drawn by V.A. Coulter, University of Mississippi.
Lafayette County Game Protective Association. Tallahatchie River Basin, Ranges 1 to 5 West. 1st edition. 1:1/31.5×17. 

Tubes, Map #144. 1935. Battle of New Orleans. Louisiana Historical Society and Works Progress Administration. 52×108. Defenses,
routes, troop dispositions. Prepared by WPA for proposed Chalmette National Park. Based on Latour original (1815). 

Tubes, Map #163. 1935. Louisiana. Surveyor’s drawing of the battlefield of January 8, 1815. Part of D.G.W. Ricketts Collection.
Includes a 54×23 map of the Battle of December 3, 1814. Identifies terrain features. 

Box 4, Map #146. 1938. Mississippi, children’s or tourist map. Karl Smith. 1:17/16×22. Color. Illustrations and brief notes
on state attractions. 

Box 2, Map #74. 1939. Mississippi, Highway Map. Miss. State Highway Commission. 16.5×22. 

Box 3, Map #102. 1939. Columbus and Greenville Railway. Poole Bros., Inc. (Chicago). 12×8. Schematic of major rail lines connecting
cities in the South, especially the “Delta Route,” as well as parts of the Midwest and New England. Black and White. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #200. 1939-1940. Mississippi. General county highway maps. Tallahatchie, Sharkey,
Tunica, Yazoo, Washington, and Holmes counties. 6 sheets, some folded and of various sizes. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #201. 1939-1940. Mississippi. Similar to #200. General highway maps of Sunflower,
Issaquena, Humphreys, and DeSoto counties. 4 sheets of various sizes, some folded. 

Box 2, Map #49. 1939. Oxford, Mississippi. W.L. Caldwell. 1:300 yards/ 17×24. Official town map prepared through deed and
chancery records. 

Box 3, Map #87. 1939. Lafayette County, Highway Map. Miss. State Highway Dept. 1:2/24×17. Identifies land patented by Indians.
Also includes reduced scale version of the above. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #185. 1939. Mississippi. State Planning Commission. WPA Drainage Surveys of Bolivar,
Quitman, Leflore and Coahoma Counties. Some folded 

Box 5, Map #280. 1939. Mississippi. Official Highway Map 22 x 17. Color. Illustrations of MS scenery. Identifies counties
and main roads. Folded. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #192. 193-. Fourteen drawings for archaeological excavations. Various sites illustrated.
Larger items. 13 sheets. Part of David M. Robinson Collection. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #193. 193-. Similar to #192. Smaller items. 11 items. Includes a map of Greece
and the Aegean (1958). Mounted, color, published by National Geographic Society. Part of David M. Robinson Collection. 

Tubes, Map #310. 193_. Three maps of excavations, one of which is labeled “Plan of Olynthus.” One map mounted on linen. Part
of David M. Robinson Collection. 

Box 2, Map #50. 1940. Oxford Quadrangle. U.S.G.S. Standard topographical map. Identical copy dry mounted. 

Box 6, Map #322. 1940. Greenville, Mississippi. City Engineer. 17 x 14.5. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 8, Map #158. 1940. University of Mississippi. Blueprint for interior (stacks rooms #1-5)
of university library. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map Case #265. 1940, 1951. Oxford, MS. (1940) (2 copies) Quadrangle 15-minute series.
Color. Terrain Features. 14.5 x 17.5/1:1. Department of Interior, Geological Survey. Oakland, MS. (1951) (2 copies) Blue/White.
14.5 x 17.5/1:1. MS River Commission and US Army Corp of Engineers. 

Box 5, Map #277. 1941. Mississippi. Road map published by Shell. Also includes map of Gulf Coast, Jackson and North America.
Color. Folding pamphlet. 

Box 2, Map #52. 1942. Mississippi, Soil Map. Miss. State Dept. of Agriculture. 1:13. Color-coded legend. Back contains information
concerning Mississippi agriculture and weather. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 8, Map #143. 1942. Lower Mississippi River, Alluvial Valley Map. Army Corps of Engineers.
1:10/38×60. Indicates terrain features. 

Box 2, Map #53. 1943. Oxford Quadrangle. U.S.G.S. Standard topographical map. 1:1/14.5×17.5. Includes highways, terrain features
and rivers. 

Box 3, Map #88. 1943. Oxford Quadrangle. U.S.G.S. Standard topographical map. Identical copy dry mounted. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 8, Map #135. 1945. Mississippi, Geological Map. Mississippi Geological Service. 1:10/35×46.
Color legend. 

Box 4, Map #225. 1946. Mississippi Gulf Coast. Angler’s map and visitor’s guide. 8×18. Black and white. Gulfport Chamber of
Commerce. Includes guide to “Where, When, and How” to catch fish on the coast. 

Tube, Map #160. 1947. Halcyon Island (also known as Deer Island). Tracings and suggestions for development. 21×43. Part of
the D.G.W. Ricketts Collection. Three maps. 

Box 2, Map #77. 1948-1985. University of Mississippi. Guide to Campus, ca. 1948 (13×9). Maps of Campus, 1965 (18×15), 1985
(14×11, 4 copies), Plan of Campus, 1948 (1:300 ft, 17.5×18, 2 copies). 1958 Building program map (3 copies). 

Box 4, Map #151. 1948. University of Mississippi. Blueprints of new library. 7 pages. Some water damage. 1:16/ 18×14. 

Box 4, Map #142. 1949. Mississippi, Geological Survey. 40×80. Oil and Gas reserves identified at 12 sites in Louisiana, Mississippi,
Alabama, and Florida. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 8, Map #154. 1949. University of Mississippi. R.W. Naef. Blueprints for Library Equipment. 

Box 5, Map #313. 1949. Oxford, Lafayette County, Mississippi (Sanborn Map Company, 1949). Fire insurance maps. 8 sheets. Call
Number: G3984 O95 G475 S3. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #205. 1949, 1952. Mississippi. State highway maps. Prepared by the State Highway
Commission. 4 sheets. All include details of major cities. Color. 

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Series 5: 1950-1999 

Tubes, Map #169. Circa 1950. Mississippi. Matted and laminated. “Official Hearne Brothers Polyonic Projection Map of Mississippi”
44×57. 

Box 2, Map #51. 1950. Lafayette County, General Highway Map. Miss. State Highway Dept. 1:2/14×14. Black/white. 1950 revision
of 1939/1940. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #264. 1950. Mississippi. Triangulation Diagram. Department of the Interior Geological
Survey. 18 x 29.5/1:12. Color. 

Box 4, Map #179. 1951. Greenwood, Mississippi. Greenwood Chamber of Commerce. Map and street index of Greenwood. Black and
White. 17.25×16.5. 

Box 2, Map #54. 1951. Natchez, Zoning Map. 1:800 ft/23.5×30.5. Identifies zoning districts (residential, business, commercial). 

Box 6, Map #319. 1951. United States. Tourist Information Map “All About U.S. 82.” Columbus, GA: Highway Map Publishing Co.
Stamped: “Compliments of Leland Motel, Intersection of 61 & 82, Leland, Miss.” 19 x 25. 

Box 5, Map #287. Circa 1951-1994. University of Mississippi. Campus Guides, c. 1951 (9×13.25), 1955 (8.75×16.25), 1962 (8.5×11),
c. 1970 (9×15, 3 copies), 1992 (11×17), 1994 (11×17, 2 copies). 1972 Orientation Schedule w/ guide (11×17). 1984 Chancellor’s
Inauguration (11×17). Undated, University of Mississippi & Oxford Guide, (8.75×15.75). Undated, Campus Guides, (8.75×14),
(2 10.75×16.25), (10.75×17), (17.375×11.5), (2 12.5×18). 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #182. 1952. Vicksburg, Mississippi. O.M. Hand under the direction of the Vicksburg
Chamber of Commerce. Street map of the city of Vicksburg. Color. 1:1400 feet/21×16. 

Box 4, Map #197. 1952. Cleveland, Mississippi. W.M. Thomas for Cleveland Chamber of Commerce. Cleveland, Mississippi. 1:660
feet/16×17. No color. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #208. 1952, 1962. Airport directory maps of Mississippi. Prepared by Mississippi
Aeronautics Commission. 2 sheets. Color. Both include information basic data about airports on the back. 

Box 2, Map #55. 1953. Airlines of the United States. Published by American Aviation. Identifies routes of all major airlines.
Includes legend and enlargement of New York/Boston and NY/Philadelphia/D.C. flights. 

Box 2, Map #56. 1953. Mississippi, Road Map. Mississippi State Highway Commission. 1:20/16×21. Identifies all state highways
and contains plan of key cities. The back has scenes illustrating characteristics of the state of Mississippi. 

Box 2, Map #76. 1953-1961. Mississippi, Highway Maps. Marshall County (1961), Panola County (1953), Quitman County (1957),
Benton County (1957), Tate County (1957), Copiah County (1956). Mississippi State Highway Department. 1:2/ 17.5×24. Blue and
White, each includes a legend. 

Box 4, Map #157. [1956]. Mississippi. Highway map — Pan Am. H.M. Gousha Company. Map of North America located on back. Southeast
mileage chart included. 1:15/17.25×26. 

Box 4, Map #233. 1957. Thomas H. Jones and Addison S. Cole, Preliminary Report on a Regional Stratographic Study of Devonian
Rocks of Pennsylvania. Book containing 7 geological survey maps and corresponding data concerning surveys of Pennsylvania.
From the Morse Collection. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #283. 1958. Mississippi. Book of general highway maps for the state of MS. 17.5
x 23/1:2. Alphabetically organized. MS State Highway Department. 

Box 6, Map #323. [195-]. Mississippi. “Lion Road Map Mississippi.” 22 x 17. 

Box 4, Map #187. 1960. University of Mississippi. Floor plans for Graduate Building [Bondurant Hall]. 4 sheets, each 15×11. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #204. [1960]. Mississippi. State highway maps. Prepared by the State Highway Commission.
7 sheets. All in color, include index and Mississippi points of interest. 

Box 2, Map #58. 1960. Mississippi. Children’s Press. Color children’s map interspersed with expositions on state history,
interesting facts, etc. 17×21.5. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 8, Map #140. 1960. Mississippi, Minor Civil Divisions and Beats. U.S. Department of Commerce.
1:12/20×30. Divided by population and incorporation. 

Box 8, Map #416. 1960. Waynesboro, Mississippi. Mississippi State Highway Department and U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau
of Roads. Folded. 

Box 4, Map #174. 1962. Mississippi. Oxford city map. Border and back contains information about Mississippi in general and
advertising for local Oxford stores and services. 1:1500 feet/ 18.25×14.5. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #214. 1962. Pocket map of Mississippi. Rand McNally & Co. “Road map and Standard
Map” Attached to booklet with state information and index. Color, 1:13.3/18.5×25.5. Notes Mississippi railroads. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #228. 1962. Mississippi National Forests. Issued by the USDA Forest service. 1:13/17.5×28.5.
Color. Indicates the areas in MS that lie within the National Forrest Boundaries. Backside of map contains basic information
regarding Mississippi’s National Forests. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #312. 1962. “You Will Enjoy Oxford, Mississippi and Lafayette County” (Chamber
of Commerce). Reverse contains noted individuals of Oxford. 

Box 2, Map #59. 1963. Jefferson and Yoknapatawpha. From dissertation by Mack Harris Scott, “All Our Yesterdays: The Vital
Statistics of Yoknapatawpha County” (Vanderbilt University, 1963). Identifies and geographically places people, places, and
events from Faulkner’s Yoknapatawpha in relation to scheme of Oxford and Lafayette County. Facsimile included. 

Box 4, Map #172. 1963. University of Mississippi. Olmstead Associates (landscape architects). Campus master plan with projection
through 1973. 1:250/28×26.5. Black and White. Includes building legend. 

Box 4, Map #231. 1963. Mississippi, Arkansas, and Louisiana. Standard Oil road map. Color. Top half torn off. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 8, Map #137. 1964. Oxford, Highway Map. Produced by Mississippi State Highway Department.
1:750 ft/33 1/2×33 1/2. Roads, corporate limits. Blue and White. 

Box 6, Map #334. 1964/1970. Washington County, Mississippi. General highway map prepared by Mississippi State Highway Department.
Reverse side map of city of Greenville by Comprehensive Planners Incorporated and dated 25 February 1970. 

Box 2, Map # 60. 1965. Mississippi, Traffic Volume Map. Miss. State Highway Dept. 1:20/12×19. Coded legend. Information regarding
key cities located at the sides of maps. 

Box 4, Map #219. 1965. Maps related to NASA Mississippi Test Facility. 3 sheets. (1) Facility, 11×8.5 (2) Regional View, 1:10/10.5×8.5
(3) Region with directions to the facility from New Orleans. 

Box 4, Map #269. 1965. Jackson MS. Street map. Attached to street directory of Greater Jackson area. Black/White. 22 x 23.
Direct Advertising Company contains ads for local businesses. 

Box 4, Map #156. [1966]. Mississippi and Alabama. Highway Map. 17.5×23. Sinclair Auto Tour Service. Alabama-Mississippi mileage
chart. Includes index of cities, towns, counties and radio stations. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #210. 1966, 1968, 1974. Pearl River, Mississippi. 1st and 2nd editions of “Pearl
River and Tributaries,” also Pearl River Boat way: Ross Barnett Reservoir to Jackson area, Georgetown to Monticello, Monticello
to Morgantown, Morgantown to Sandy Hook. 5 sheets. Color, various sizes. 

Box 8, Map #395. 1967. Amory, Mississippi. All American Publishing Co. Folded. 

Box 4, Map #229. [1967]. Greenwood, Mississippi. Street map. Issued by Chamber of Commerce. Black and white. Includes index
of streets and sites on back. 1:1500/23.25×17. Index on back. 

Box 7, Map #349. [1967]. Greenwood, Mississippi and Leflore County. Greenwood-Leflore County Chamber of Commerce. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #345. 1968. Ocean Springs Mississippi 1968 Street Map and Buyer’s Guide. Published by Ocean Springs Chamber of
Commerce. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #350. 1968. Columbus, Mississippi. Published by Columbus-Lowndes County Chamber of Commerce and Columbus Board
of Realtors. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #368. 1968. Canton, Mississippi. Includes historical map of Madison County. Newcomer Greeting Service. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #388. 1968. Grenada, Mississippi. Grenada Chamber of Commerce. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #412. 1968. Clarksdale, Mississippi and Coahoma County. J&R Map Co. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #347. [1968]. Tupelo, Mississippi. Published by Trading Enterprises of Richton, Mississippi. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #351. [1968]. Mississippi State University. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #374. [1968]. Brookhaven, Mississippi. Newcomer Greeting Service. Folded. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 8, Map #153. 1969. University of Mississippi. Color renderings and blueprints for additions
to the library. 4 pages. 

Tubes, Map #304. 1969. Geological Map of Mississippi (Mississippi Geological Survey). Color. 45.75 x 35. Legend with geological
epochs and soil types. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 8, Map #317. 1969. Mississippi. Tactical Pilotage Map TPC G-20C-S. U.S. Air Force. 1:500,000.
41 x 57.5. 

Box 7, Map #353. 1969. Greenwood, Mississippi and Leflore County. Greenwood-Leflore County Chamber of Commerce. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #362. 1969. Mississippi. Official Road Map. Mississippi State Highway Department. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #399. 1969. Okatibbee Dam and Reservoir in Mississippi. Corps of Engineers. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #401. 1969. Scott County, Mississippi. Trading Enterprises Inc. Folded. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 8, Map #408. 1969. Pascagoula and Moss Point, Mississippi. Mississippi Press Register.
29.25 x 22.5. 

Box 8, Map #432. 1969. Ocean Springs, Mississippi. Ocean Springs Chamber of Commerce. Folded. 

Box 2, Map #66. 1969/1974. Mississippi, reproductions of maps from the Mississippi Department of Archives and History collection.
Printed 1969/1974. Includes Mississippi Territory (#7), early statehood (#8), growth of counties (ca. 1842), steamboat routes
(#22), Reconstruction era (Gray, 1873). Demonstrates change in Mississippi. 

Box 7, Map #352. [196-]. Columbia, Mississippi. Sponsored by the Exchange Club of Columbia. Folded 

Box 7, Map #366. [196-]. Crystal Springs, Mississippi. Meteor Printing. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #369. [196-]. Yazoo City, Mississippi. Yazoo County Chamber of Commerce. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #378. [196-]. McComb, Mississippi. Haskins Map Company. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #389. [196-]. Grenada County, Mississippi. Trading Enterprises Inc. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #393. [196-]. Indianola, Mississippi. Prepared by Barry Wood Jr. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #405. [196-]. Starkville, Mississippi. Oktibbeha Chamber of Commerce. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #407. [196-]. Philadelphia, Mississippi. All American Publishing Co. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #413. [196-]. Starkville, Mississippi. Mississippi State Highway Department and U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau
of Roads. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #417. [196-]. West Point, Mississippi and Clay County. Newcomer Greeting Service. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #418. [196-]. Leflore County, Mississippi. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #420. [196-]. Natchez, Mississippi. Ketching, Natchez, Mississippi. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #421. [196-]. Meridian, Mississippi. Greater Meridian Chamber of Commerce. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #422. [196-]. Natchez, Mississippi. Natchez-Adams County Chamber of Commerce. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #423. [196-]. Forest, Mississippi. Comprehensive plan developed by Diversified Consultants Incorporated. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 8, Map #150. 1970. Mississippi. Literary map of prepared by Mississippi Library Association.
Identifies authors, books, and essays with ties to Mississippi. 

Box 8, Map #398. 1970. Adams County, Mississippi. Trading Enterprises Inc. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #373. [1970]. Brookhaven, Mississippi. Colby Map Co. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #370. 1971. Laurel, Mississippi and Jones County. J&R Map Co. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #390. 1971. Grenada, Mississippi. Street map. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #428. 1971. Starkville, Mississippi. Arnold-Goodwin Enterprises. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #429. 1971. Tupelo, Mississippi. Arnold-Goodwin Enterprises. Folded. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #308. 1972. Mississippi. U.S. Geological Survey. Drymounted. 48 x 30. 

Box 7, Map #381. 1972. Yazoo City, Mississippi and Yazoo County. J&R Map Company. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #391. 1972. Houston, Mississippi. Ideas Unlimited. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #392. 1972. Indianola, Mississippi and Sunflower County. J&R Map Company. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #354. [1972]. Corinth, Mississippi. Chamber of Commerce. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #385. 1973. Enid Lake in Mississippi. Corps of Engineers, Department of the Army. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #387. 1973. Grenada Lake in Mississippi. Corps of Engineers, Department of the Army. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #430. 1973. Ripley, Mississippi. Arnold-Goodwin Enterprises. Folded. 

Box 4, Map #216. [1973]. Mississippi Valley State College (now University). Campus guide. 12.25×9.5. Includes basic information
about the school. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 8, Map #303. 1973. University of Mississippi. First map “University of Mississippi Property
Study” with legend of property owners (Ken White Associates, September 1973), 36 x 35.5. Second map “Cultural Center – University
of Mississippi” (Ken White Associates, September 1973), 35 x 93.5. 

Box 7, Map #364. 1973. Mississippi Aeronautics Map. Mississippi Aeronautics Commission. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #400. 1973. Winona, Mississippi and Montgomery County. J&R Map Company. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #424. 1973. Yazoo City, Mississippi. All American Publishing Co. Inc. Folded. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #212. 1973, 1979. Mississippi. State highway maps. Prepared by the state highway
commission. 2 sheets. Both in color and include indexes, legend, and details of certain cities. 

Box 4, Map #147. 1974. University of Mississippi. Color campus map with legend on back. W.A. Smith. 8.75×16.75. Case includes
exhibit ephemera (7 copies). 

Box 4, Map #132. 1974. University of Mississippi. 9 1/2×18. 1 overlay, 2 negatives, 1 film negative, draft of building key
index. Campus map. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 8, Map #136. 1974. Mississippi, Geological Map, East-West Cross Section, Tishomingo to
Tunica Co. 1:1000ft/63×75. Geological formations and structural features. Identifies dominant lithology, admixtures, thin
beds, and minor elements. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #240. 1974. Hydrologic Unit Map of Mississippi. Issued by U.S. Geological Survey.
Folded.1:8/28×45. Color. 

Box 7, Map #348. 1974. Corinth, Mississippi. Published by BP Industries Inc. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #355. 1974. Forest, Mississippi and Scott County. Published by Trading Enterprises Inc. of Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
Folded. 

Box 7, Map #365. 1974. Mississippi Aeronautics Map. Mississippi Aeronautics Commission. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #371. 1974. Bay St. Louis and Waveland, Mississippi. J&R Map Co. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #377. 1974. McComb, Mississippi and Pike County. Trading Enterprises Inc. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #379. 1974. Natchez, Mississippi and Adams County. Trading Enterprises Inc. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #380. 1974. West Point, Mississippi and Clay County. Coggeshall Map Service Inc. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #382. 1974. Canton, Mississippi and Madison County. Tyner & Associates, Engineers. Canton-Madison County Chamber
of Commerce. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #404. 1974. Clarksdale, Mississippi and Coahoma County. Trading Enterprises Inc. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #406. 1974. Pearl, Mississippi and Rankin County. J&R Map Company. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #411. 1974. Picayune, Mississippi and Pearl River County. Trading Enterprises Inc. Folded. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #241. 1974, 1978. Mississippi Geological Survey. Cross-section of sediments in
Clarke County (1975). 29×59. Color legend. Folded. Environmental geological map of Jackson County (1974). Color Legend. 32.5×46.
Folded. 

Box 2, Map #62. 1975. Oxford. Chamber of Commerce map (ephemera). Includes points of interest in Oxford and at the University
of Mississippi 13×15.75 

Box 7, Map #372. 1975. Brandon, Mississippi. Published by Thomas Watkins Corporation. Sponsored by Exchange Club of Brandon.
Folded. 

Box 7, Map #384. 1975. Clinton, Mississippi and Mississippi College. Thomas Watkins Corporation. Folded. 

Box 2, Map #63. [1975]. Jackson, Mississippi. Courtesy publication of First National Bank. Street map. Includes list of schools,
street index and map of Hinds county on the back. 1:2.75/22×29.5 

Box 4, Map #221. 1975. City of Morehead Yellow Dog Festival. Points of interest. Street map. 11×8.5. 

Box 5, Map #306. 1975. Transportation Map of Mississippi. U.S. Geological Survey. Legend of railroads, highways, and navigable
waters. Two maps: transportation zone edition and state edition. 22 x 17. 

Box 7, Map #344. 1975. Columbia, Mississippi and Marion County. Produced by Thomas Watkins Corporation of Jackson, Mississippi.
Folded. 

Box 7, Map #386. 1975. Greenwood, Mississippi and Leflore County. Trading Enterprises Inc. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #425. 1975. Yazoo County, Mississippi. Trading Enterprises Inc. Folded. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #239. 1975, 1977. Panola County, Mississippi (1975). General highway map. 1:2/24×17.75.
Distributed by the State Highway Department. Lincoln County (1977) road numbering system. Distributed by continental consultants.
2 sheets. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #180. 1975-1976. Mississippi. State Highway Department Transportation Planning
Division. Two general highway maps, one of Benton County (1976) and one of Quitman county (1975). Both blue and white, 1:2/24×17.5. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #202. 1975-1976. Mississippi. Similar to Map #200. General highway maps of Marshall,
Tate, and Copiah counties. 3 sheets, all 1:2/17.5×24. 

Box 2, Map #64. 1976. Yazoo City. Courtesy publication of Delta National Bank. Street map. Points of interest. 12.25×17.5 

Box 7, Map #363. 1976. Mississippi. Official Highway Map. Mississippi State Highway Department. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #361. 1977. Mississippi. Official Highway Map. Mississippi State Highway Department. Folded. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #305. 1977, 1995. University of Mississippi Archives and Library. One map “Renovation
of Lamar Hall at University of Mississippi” (Mitchell and Oakes, 18 November 1977), 24.25 x 35.25. Second map hand drawn sketch
of archives layout, 23.25 x 21. Third map blueprint “Library Annex” (Foil Wyatt, 30 March 1995). 

Box 5, Map #248. 1979. Mississippi River Navigation. Issued by Mississippi River Commission Corps of Engineers. Color. Describes
the Mississippi river navigation system. Folded. 20×10. Illustrates river from Lake Itasca, Minneapolis, MN to Gulf of Mexico,
LA. Borders contain photos of vital ports in the navigation system. 

Box 7, Map #356. [197-]. Clinton, Mississippi. Street map. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #367. [197-]. Oxford, Mississippi and the University of Mississippi. Rebel Press. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #375. [197-]. Long Beach, Mississippi. Distributed by Long Beach Chamber of Commerce. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #376. [197-]. Magee, Mississippi. Magee Chamber of Commerce. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #396. [197-]. “Fishing the 4 Lakes”: Arkabutla, Sardis, Enid, and Grenada lakes. Extension Service of Mississippi
State University. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #397. [197-]. “4 Lakes, Mississippi”: Arkabutla, Sardis, Enid, and Grenada lakes. Distributed by Four Lakes, Mississippi.
Folded. 

Box 8, Map #402. [197-]. Wayne County, Mississippi. Trading Enterprises Inc. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #403. [197-]. Batesville, Mississippi. Mid-South Map Co. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #410. [197-]. Philadelphia, Mississippi. Coggeshall Map Service Inc. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #414. [197-]. Senatobia, Mississippi and Tate County. City Map Company of Corinth, Mississippi. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #415. [197-]. Starkville, Mississippi. Coggeshall Map Service Inc. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #419. [197-]. Water Valley, Mississippi. Folded. 

Box 8, Map #426. [197-]. Mississippi Gulf Coast. Street map from Biloxi Bay to Bay of St. Louis with detailed maps of the
cities. 21 pages. Distributed by Gulf National Bank. 

Box 8, Map #427. [197-]. Tupelo, Mississippi and Lee County. Trading Enterprises Inc. Folded. 

Box 5, Map #247. [197-]. Mississippi River Tributaries Project. Issued by Mississippi river Commission Corps of Engineers.
Color. 1:30/21.5×16. Illustrates the River and its tributaries from Cairo, IL to Gulf of Mexico, La. Pamphlet. Contains information
concerning the project. Identifies levees and hill lines. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #307. 197-. University of Mississippi Oxford Campus. Drymounted with acetate overlay. 

Box 4, Map #125. 1981. Oxford. “Plan of the Town of Oxford.” Photocopy. K.Stead. Plat map.1: 700 feet/8.5×16 B/W. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 13, Map #213. 1982, 1986. Mississippi. State highway maps. Prepared by the state highway
commission. 2 sheets. (1) 1982, Color, 18×24, back includes detailed maps of certain cities (2) 1986, 24×17, color, includes
index and legend. 

Box 5, Map #289. 1984. University of Mississippi and Oxford. 14.5 x 19. Color. Illustrated Tour map of Oxford and the University. 

Box 8, Map #394. 1984. Iuka, Mississippi. Frank Thomas. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #346. 1988. Mississippi Aeronautical Chart. 31st edition. Published by Mississippi Aeronautics Commission. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #358. [198-]. Clarksdale, Mississippi. Distributed by Sunburst Bank. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #360. [198-]. Holly Springs, Mississippi and Marshall County. Published by Mosher-Adams, Inc. Folded. 

Box 7, Map #357. 1990. Official Highway Map of Mississippi. Mississippi State Highway Department. Folded. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #281. 1991. Greenfield Farm. Black/White. “A Living History Museum for the Preservation
of Rural Southern Culture Legend.” From Evans Harrington Collection 19×36 

Tube, Map #302. 1992. Eight blueprints of J.D. Williams Library at the University of Mississippi (Canizaro Trigiani Architects,
5 July 1992). Sizes: 36 x 42, 27 x 36, and 18 x 23.5. 

Box 5, Map #285. 1994-1995. Mississippi. Official highway map. Prepared by MS Dept of Transportation 1994. 17 x 22/1:14.5.
Color. Folded. Details of selected cities & towns on the back. 

Box 5, Map #292. 1996-1997. Mississippi Highway Map. Official highway map, 1996-1997. Prepared by Mississippi Department of
Transportation. 31.75 x 18. Folded. Color. 

Box 5, Map #290. 1996, 2000. Mississippi and Louisiana. Official highway maps. Folded. Color. Mississippi highway map, 2000,
34.75 x 22. Mississippi and Louisiana highway map, 1996, 33 x 23. 

Tubes, Map #308. 199_. Blueprints for addition to the J.D. Williams Library on the University of Mississippi campus (Canizaro
Trigiani Architects). 22 sheets. 36 x 44. 

Box 5, Map #278. [19–]. Mississippi-Alabama-Louisiana. Conco Travel Bureau. Road map. Color. Identifies counties, cities
and main highways. Folded. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 8, Map #148. [19–]. Yazoo County. J.B. Wilson, real estate agent (published by Rand-McNally).
1:2/25×23.5. Real estate map. Dry mounted. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #166. [19–]. Miscellaneous surveyor’s drawings. Part of D.G.W. Ricketts Collection. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #183. 19–. Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Chamber of Commerce of Hattiesburg. Black
and white map of the city. Street map with legend identifying various places (i.e. black and white schools). 32.5×20. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #184. 19–. Indianola, Mississippi. Luke Claiborne for the Indianola Chamber of
Commerce. City map. Black and white street map. 1:5/22.5×22. 

Box 6, Map #324. [19–]. Mississippi River. Greenville to Vicksburg. Removed from publication. 12.25 x 8.75. 

Box 6, Map #325. [19–]. Mississippi (also Missouri, Maine, Louisiana, Arkansas, and California). Three sheets removed from
a C.S. Hammond & Co. atlas. 13.25 x 10. 

Box 7, Map #359. [19–]. Tupelo, Mississippi. Street map. 

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Box 2, Map #61. Undated. Sardis Lake. Miss. Game and Fish Commission. Identifies trail sites, distances from various Mississippi
locations and also describes the available facilities. 11.5×20.5 

Box 2, Map #67. Undated. Mississippi Gulf Coast (Biloxi Bay to Bay of Saint Louis). Courtesy publication of Gulf National
Bank. Includes detailed maps of Biloxi, Gulfport, Handsboro, Long Beach, Mississippi City, and Pass Christian. Lists hospitals,
schools, and churches. 12 pages. 

Box 2, Map #68. Undated. Mississippi State University. Campus map, black and white, university description and mission statement.
Includes a legend. 9.25×11.5. 

Box 3, Map #78. Undated. Map of the Country between Milliken’s Bend, La. and Jackson, Miss. Reproduction. J.H. Wilson. Detached
from “Atlas to Accompany Official Records. 1:4.5/16.5×27.5. Color. Routes of the Army of Tennessee, April-May 1863. Routes,
levees, positions of troops, works, and defenses. Identifies towns, rail lines, roads, etc. Separate map of the siege of Vicksburg.
1:0.5 miles/ 10.5×16.25. Includes profiles of engineering works and battlegrounds. 

Box 3, Map #86. Undated. Hernando, Mississippi. 12×16. Hand-drawn sketch of properties and acreage of Hernando and the DeSoto
Female Academy. 

Box 3, Map #104. Undated. Corinth, Battle of Corinth. 1:1.5/26×21. Map chronologically documents troop movements and progression
of battle occurring on 3-4 of October 1862. Includes brief narrative. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 8, Map #139. Undated. Mississippi. Denoyer-Geppert. Outline map for school use. [19–] Unmarked. 1:7/28×46. Blue and white. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #195. Undated. Mississippi. Edward Hines Yellow Pine Trustees. “In ‘The Land of
Year ‘Round Crops’.” Map of southern Mississippi farmlands. Color-coded. 24×30. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 8, Map #152. Undated. University of Mississippi. James Lamar Hust. Drawings. Additions
to the Library. 19 pages. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #171. Undated. Mississippi. George T. Huston & Co. Chicago, Illinois. Identifies
farm and timberland for sale in the Mississippi Delta. 1:7/15×35. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 10, Map #198. Undated. Unidentified floor plan and elevations for a circular house. 2
sheets. 23.5×23.5. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #207. Undated. Oxford, Mississippi. Maps provided by local merchants. 5 sheets. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #211. Undated. Tourist map of the Mississippi Gulf Coast including points of interest
and recreational facilities. 2 sheets. 8.5×31. Illustrated and Color. 

Box 4, Map #217. Undated. Raymond, Mississippi. Thoroughfares map. 1:800/10×10. Color, detached. 

Box 4, Map #218. Undated. Mississippi. Line map with counties outlined and labeled. Black and white, 7×10.5 

Box 4, Map #220. Undated. Oxford Pilgrimage Festival. Points of interest. Black and White. Street map. 14×8.5. 

Box 4, Map #222. Undated. Oxford, Mississippi. Street map with index. Black and White. 1:2000/ 9.5×10.5. 

Box 4, Map #223. Undated. Mississippi State University and Starkville, Mississippi. Street map with index. 2 copies. Black
and White. 10×15. Building Index 

Box 4, Map #224. Undated. Mississippi. Visitor’s welcome maps of Starkville, Belzoni, West Point and Yazoo City. 4 sheets.
(1) Clay County Black and White, 12.5×18, bordered by ads from local merchants (2) Yazoo City “Mississippi’s Industrial Capital”
6×10, Color, State map with focus on Yazoo (3) Belzoni Green and white, street map with support from local merchants (4) Starkville
1972, Color, Ads, points of interest, 15×13; includes map of Mississippi State University on back. 

Box 4, Map #227. Undated. Mississippi Fishing. “Fishing the Four Lakes” Maps of Arkabutla, Sardis, Enid, and Grenada lakes.
Issued by Cooperative Extension Services, Mississippi State University. Published by North MS Recreation Development Association.
Color. Index of facilities. 

Box 4, Map #230. Undated. Meridian, Mississippi. Street map. Issued by Winstead Realty. 16.75×21.5. Black and White. 16.75×21.5.
Black and White. 

Box 4, Map #234. Undated. Historical Mississippi. Tourist map of historical sites ranging from parts of Indian territory to
the “Aftermath” of the War between the States. 18×16. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #235. Undated. University of Mississippi. Blueprints of powerhouse, switches, and
power grid. 6 sheets. 

Box 4, Map #237. Undated. Mississippi. Map illustrating areas of artesian flow. Color. Detached. 1:15/14×22.5. 

Box 5, Map #260. Undated. Mississippi. State geological survey. “A Provision Geologic and Topographic Map of Mississippi”
Color. Includes legend. 1:14/ 19 x 27. Folded. 

Tubes, Map #162. Undated. Deer Island. Tracings and other surveyor’s maps. Part of D.G. W. Ricketts collection. 

Box 5, Map #260. Undated. Mississippi. State Geological Survey. A provision geologic and topographic map of MS. Color. Legend.
1:14/19 x 27. Folded. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #261. Undated. Marion County, Mississippi. Green/White. Roadmap contains road index,
points of interest and close view of Columbia, Mississippi. Advertisements for local businesses border the map. 17.5 x 16.5/1:1
2/3. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #282. Undated. University of Mississippi. Drawing of addition to the Infirmary. 

Special Collections Map Case Drawer 7, Map #288. Undated. University of Mississippi. 34.375 x 21.375. Color. Folded. Cartoon
drawing of campus. 

Box 5, Map #291. Undated. Mississippi Gulf Coast. 38.5 x 9.25 Folded. Color. Illustrated. Tourist map featuring points of
interest and recreational facilities. 

Box 5, Map #318. Undated. Greenville, Mississippi. “A Subdivision Scheme…Paul L. Mueller, Landscape Architect…The Gamble-Wynn
Addition – Greenville.” 11:100. Hand drawn. 17.75 x 22 

Box 6, Map #330. Undated. Mississippi. Removed from unknown atlas. 13.75 x 9.5. 

Box 6, Map #336. Undated. Louisiana. Removed from unknown atlas. 14.5 x 10.5. 

Box 6, Map #339. Undated. Mississippi. Removed from unknown atlas. Color. 13.5 x 11.25. 

Box 6, Map #351. Undated. [Greenville, Mississippi]. Color copy of hand drawn map. 22 x 16.75. 

Box 6, Map #352. Undated. Mississippi. Counties in southwest corner of state. Color copy. 8.5 x 11. 

Box 6, Map #353. Undated. Mississippi River. Color copies of sections of state along the Mississippi River. 8.5 x 11. 

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