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|Title:||Ewart A. Autry Periodicals|
|Creator:||Autry, Ewart A.|
|Physical Extent:||1 box (0.5 linear feet)|
|Repository:||University of Mississippi. Department of Archives and Special Collections. University, MS 38677, USA|
|Location:||General Special Collections|
|Language of Material:||English|
|Abstract:||The collection consists of periodicals that contain writings by Mississippi author Ewart A. Autry.|
Collection processed by Archives and Special Collections staff. Finding aid encoded by Kathryn Michaelis, December 2011.
No further additions are expected to this collection.
Ewart Arthur Autry (1900-1981) was born in Hickory Flat, Miss., the son of a Baptist minister. After graduating from Mississippi Heights Academy, he attended the University of Mississippi in 1918, Mississippi College in 1919, and Blue Mountain College in 1920. Autry was a school teacher and a superintendent in the Hickory Flat school system from 1918-1928, and following in the tradition of his father became a Baptist minister in 1921. He was a pastor for 53 years in both urban and rural settings: He ministered to Central Avenue Baptist Church in Memphis from 1928-1941, Pine Grove Baptist Church in Benton County from 1941-1974, and Bay Springs Church in Lafayette County from 1944 to 1967. In 1954, Autry received an award presented by Emory University and The Progressive Farmer recognizing him as Mississippi's Rural Minister of the Year. He was a member of the Mississippi Baptist Convention Board and Moderator of the Benton County Baptist Association. (Citation: Autry (Ewart A.) Typescript Finding aid, University of Southern Mississippi. http://www.lib.usm.edu/legacy/archives/m119.htm)
Autry authored two books, Ghost Hound of Thunder Valley (1964) and Don't Look Back, Mama (1975), and numerous short stories that appeared in a variety of publications. Autry's works often deal with nature and the outdoors, and seek to impart wholesome life lessons.
The collection consists of periodicals that contain writings by Mississippi author Ewart A. Autry.
Ewart A. Autry Periodicals, Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi
The Ewart A. Autry Periodicals are open for research.
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Autry, Ewart A. and Lola Autry. Don't Look Back, Mama. Call number: BX6493.A87
|Country Gentleman, October 1954|
|Blue Book, October 1950|
|The American Legion, April 1954|
|Field and Stream, May 1954|
|Sports Afield, January 1955|