Diploma and Certificate Collection

MUM00107

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Summary Information

Repository
University of Mississippi Libraries
Title
Diploma and Certificate Collection
ID
MUM00107
Date
1850-1955
Extent
2 boxes
Abstract
Collection consists of various diplomas and certifications conferred by on conferred on the University of Mississippi from 1850-1955.

Preferred Citation

Diploma and Certificate Collection. (MUM00107). The Department of Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi.

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Scope and Contents Note

Collection consists of various diplomas and certifications conferred by on conferred on the University of Mississippi from 1850-1955.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Mississippi Libraries 2005

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

Box 1: Diplomas and Certificates Conferred by the University of Mississippi. 

Baldwin, Kathleen. Bachelor of Science (1915). Master of Arts (1917). [not located during inventory check of 7/93]. 

Bigham, D.C.M. Phi Sigma Society (1871). 

Boggan, Thomas Kendall. Bachelor of Philosophy (1903). Bachelor of Laws (1912). 

Brinson, Marianna. Bachelor of Arts (1928). 

Bryant, Margaret Clyde. Bachelor of Arts (1934). 

Bynum, Mary. Master of Arts (1900). 

Bynum, Joseph. Bachelor of Arts (1899). 

Calhoun, Jacob M. Hermean Society (1853). Bachelor of Arts (1853). 

Cameron, John Charles. Bachelor of Arts (1868). Phi Sigma Society (1868). 

Hamilton, Gulielmays Franklin. Bachelor of Arts (1860). 

Hamilton, William F. Phi Sigma Society (1860). 

Holloway, Samuel. Bachelor of Arts (1889). Bachelor of Laws (1891). Hermean Society (1890). 

Jackson, Marjorie W. Bachelor of Arts (1925). 

Keith, Thomas. Law School diploma (1873?). 

Kimmons, Kate Bachelor of Science (1900). 

Lea, William. Phi Sigma Society (1860). 

Liddell, Andrew J. Bachelor of Arts (1870). Hermean Society (1870). 

Longest, Christopher. Bachelor of Arts (1900). 

McRaven, Joannes Saunders. Bachelor of Arts (1851). Original and copy. 

Morrow, Robert O.B. Bachelor of Arts (1873). Phi Sigma Society (1873). 

Neill, Shirley Sue. Bachelor of Philosophy (1903). 

Oliver, John Madison. Proficiency in the School of Elocution (1886). 

Phipps, Jordan McCullough. Bachelor of Arts (1871). 

Quarles, Jacob Jones. Bachelor of Arts (1851). Original and copy. Reputed to be the first diploma conveyed by the University of Mississippi. 

Ross, Daniel Lycurgus. Bachelor of Laws (1907) 

Rouderbush (?), Alfred Holt. Phi Sigma Society (1894). 

Rubel, Frank Raymond. Bachelor of Science (1912). 

Simrall, Horatio Fleming. Bachelor of Science (1871). Phi Sigma Society (1871). 

Stephenson, John Thompson. Bachelor of Arts (1869). 

Stevenson, John. Phi Sigma Society (1869). 

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Box 2: Certificates and Awards Conferred on the University of Mississippi and Diplomas from Other Institutions 

Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Lambda Beta Chapter, Charter. (1937). 

Memphis Cotton Carnival Invitation (1955). 

Mississippi Greys. Certificate of Authority to organize unit no. 64, the University Greys (12/16/60). 

Mount Rushmore Memorial Inscription Committee Certificate 

Phi Beta Kappa Charter (Alpha Association) (1938). 

University of Kentucky, Greetings and Best Wishes on the occasion of the inaugeration of John Davis Williams as Chancellor of the University of Mississippi (1946). 

U.S. Navy Commendation for aid during World War II. 

Bacon, Fannie. Union Female College in Oxford, Mississippi (1872). 

Boggan, Thomas K. Tupelo Graded School, High School Department (1899). 

Boggan, T.K. Certificate Appointment to the 6th Congressional District's Textbook Commission (1905). 

Dean, Edna. Franklin College (1884). 

Gaut, L__ [Jane]. Union Female College of Oxford, Mississippi (185-). 

Liddell, Andrew Jackson. Doctor of Medicine, Bellevue Hospital, New York, New York (1873). 

Linfield, K[atharine] _inor. Master of Arts ”Collegii Consociati Puellarum, Oxonii in Civitate Mississippiensis” (1878). 

Lipscomb, W. Lowndes. University of Louisiana (1850). 

Longest, Christopher. Doctor of Philosophy, University of Chicago. Mississippi License to teach (1911). 

Mill, Shirley. Oxford High School, (1899). 

Millsaps, Mary Adeline. Port Gibson Collegiate Academy for Females (1855). 

Porter, Anna Lee. Master of Arts”Collegii Consociati Puellarum, Oxonii in Civitate Mississippiensis” (1882). 

Porter, Elizabeth Forest. Union Female College in Oxford, Mississippi (1883). 

Starks, Fannie S. Wesleyan Female College (1873). 

______ , Lucretia Grace. Mistress of English Literature, Union Female College. [fragment] 

Tube 1: Young, Alfred Alexander. “The Philadelphia Lying in Charity for Attending Indigent Females at Their Own Homes Embracing Practical Obstetrics and the Treatment of Disease in Females” (1870). 

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