Finding Aid for the Haley Barbour Collection

MUM01779

Access Restrictions

Open for research. This collection is stored at an off-site facility. Researchers interested in using this collection must contact Archives and Special Collections at least two business days in advance of their planned visit.

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PURL

http://purl.oclc.org/umarchives/MUM01779/

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Summary Information

Repository
University of Mississippi Libraries
Creator
Barbour, Haley, 1947-
Title
Haley Barbour Collection
ID
MUM01779
Date
1974-2012
Extent
6.0 boxes
Location
Library Annex
Abstract
Haley Barbour served as chairman of the Republican National Committee from 1993 to 1997 and governor of Mississippi from 2004 to 2012.

Preferred Citation

Haley Barbour Collection (MUM01779), Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi

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Biographical Note

Haley Reeves Barbour was born on 22 October 1947 to Grace LeFlore Johnson Barbour and Jeptha Fowlkes Barbour Jr. He attended the University of Mississippi but left his senior year to manage thirty of the state’s counties for Richard Nixon’s 1968 presidential campaign. In 1970, Barbour was State Director of the U.S. Census in Mississippi. He graduated from the University of Mississippi Law School in 1972 and joined a law firm in Yazoo City.

Barbour remained active in politics. After supporting Ronald Reagan for the Republican Party presidential nomination in 1976, he ran the general election campaign for President Gerald R. Ford in seven southeastern states. Four years later, he worked to elect John Connally as president.

In 1982, Barbour unsuccessfully ran for the U.S. Senate against incumbent Democrat John C. Stennis. Although endorsed by President Ronald Reagan, he lost the race when Stennis garnered 64% of the vote. From 1985 to 1986, Barbour served in the Reagan White House as Special Assistant to the President for Political Affairs and Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of White House Office of Political Affairs. In 1988, he worked on the presidential campaign of George H.W. Bush who later appointed Barbour to the Amtrak Board where he served from 1989-1993.

In 1991, Barbour cofounded BGR Group which quickly became one of the top lobbying firms in the country. He left the firm temporarily in 1993 when he was elected chair of the Republican National Committee (RNC). During his tenure, the party gained majorities in both chambers of Congress, increased the number of Republican governors to thirty-one, and tripled the number of financial donors. Barbour created the party’s first television production unit and hosted a weekly talk show called “Rising Tide” featuring Republican leaders from across the nation as guest speakers. Barbour returned to BGR in 1997 at the end of his stint as RNC chair.

In 2003, the voters of Mississippi elected Barbour as governor in a campaign against incumbent Democrat Ronnie Musgrove. He served two terms as governor from January 2004 until January 2012. Barbour’s platform focused on improving workforce skills and attracting higher paying jobs to the state. He also enacted comprehensive tort law reform and balanced the state budget. Barbour received national recognition for his leadership in the recovery of the state following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and won reelection against Democratic nominee John Arthur Eaves Jr. in an overwhelming victory in 2007. He also served as chairman of the Republican Governors Association from 2009 to 2011.

Speculation occurred that Barbour might run for president in 2012. However, he announced in April 2011 that he would not run. Instead, he rejoined BGR Group and joined the Mississippi law firm Butler, Snow. In 2012, both the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency headquarters in Pearl and the Center for Manufacturing Excellence at the University of Mississippi were named in his honor.

Barbour and his wife Marsha have two sons: Sterling Barbour and Reeves Barbour.

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Scope and Content

The bulk of the 2012 donation consists of personal material from Haley Barbour’s 2004-2012 tenure as governor of Mississippi. These include correspondence, reports, publications, photographs, memorabilia, clippings, and speeches.

In 2015, Barbour added to the collection the digital files of 150 episodes of the GOP-TV television show “Rising Tide” from January 1994 to January 1997. Barbour hosted an array of Republican guests to the program each week. The recordings also include GOP-TV’s gavel-to-gavel coverage of the 1996 Republican National Convention along with a pre-conference special. The recordings are available online in the Haley Barbour digital collection.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Mississippi Libraries 2017

Access Restrictions

The Haley Barbour Collection is open for research.

This collection is stored at an off-site facility. Researchers interested in requesting boxes to review must contact Archives and Special Collections at least two business days in advance of their planned visit.

Copyright Restrictions

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.

Custodial History note

Haley Barbour donated the collection to the University of Mississippi in 2012. In 2015, he added digital recordings of GOP-TV television episodes produced during his tenure as chair of the Republican National Committee.

Additions

Further additions to the collection are anticipated.

Processing Information

Collection processed by Political Papers Archivist Leigh McWhite who also encoded the finding aid.

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Related Materials

Related Materials at the University of Mississippi

Related Material in the Archives & Special Collections:

Donna Bailey Dye/Charles Noyes Collection contains a letter by Noyes on the subject of Barbour’s election (Box 1, Folder 66).

Mississippi Politics Collection includes campaign material.

Willie Morris Collection possesses a 1981 letter from Barbour (Box 22, Folder 14) and an undated letter from Barbour (Box 43, Folder 2).

Nash & Taggart Collection includes a recording of a 2006 interview with Barbour as well as interviews with other political figures who discuss Barbour. The recordings are available as a digital collection but only on J.D. Williams Library computer terminals.

Edwin Bennett Ogden Jr. Collection contains a file on Barbour (Box 11, Folder 3).

Wm. Clyde Stewart Collection contains Barbour photographs and campaign signs.

For similar political material, see Politics & Government Subject Guide. Related Material at Other Repositories: Haley Barbour’s official gubernatorial records are at the Mississippi Department of Archives & History.

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Controlled Access Headings

Occupation(s)

  • Republican National Committee (U.S.)

Personal Name(s)

  • Barbour, Haley, 1947-

Subject(s)

  • Governors -- Mississippi
  • Mississippi – Politics and government – 1951-
  • Republican National Convention

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Collection Inventory

Series 1: Prior to Election as Governor 1974-1998 

BOX 1 

Folder 1-1. Correspondence 1974 

Folder 1-2. Correspondence 1998 

Folder 1-3. Republican National Committee 1994 

Folder 1-4. Senate Campaign 1982 

Folder 1-5. University of Mississippi Diploma 1972 

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Series 2: Governor of Mississippi Files 2004-2012 

BOX 1 

Folder 1-6. Alfalfa Club 2011 

Folder 1-7. Awards/Certificates 2004 

Folder 1-8. Awards/Certificates 2006 

Folder 1-9. Awards/Certificates 2007 

Folder 1-10. Awards/Certificates 2008 

Folder 1-11. Awards/Certificates 2011 

Folder 1-12. Awards/Certificates Undated 

Folder 1-13. Boy Scouts of America Award 2010 

Folder 1-14. Budget 2010 

Folder 1-15. Business Cards Undated 

Folder 1-16. Clippings 2004 

Folder 1-17. Clippings 2005 

Folder 1-18. Clippings 2009 

Folder 1-19. Clippings 2010 

Folder 1-20. Correspondence 2004 

Folder 1-21. Correspondence 2005 

Folder 1-22. Correspondence 2007 

Folder 1-23. Correspondence 2009 

Folder 1-24. Correspondence 2010 

Folder 1-25. Correspondence 2011 

Folder 1-26. Correspondence Undated 

Folder 1-27. Democratic Pacific Union Conference 2005 

Folder 1-28. Department of Labor Speech Undated 

Folder 1-29. Football 2006 

Folder 1-30. Gubernatorial Campaign/Election 2004 

Folder 1-31. Gubernatorial Campaign/Election 2007 

Folder 1-32. Gulf Coast Carnival 2006 

Folder 1-33. Gulf Coast Oil Spill 2010 

Folder 1-34. Hurricane Katrina Recovery 2005 

Folder 1-35. Hurricane Katrina Recovery 2006 

Folder 1-36. Hurricane Katrina Recovery 2010 

Folder 1-37. Inauguration 2008 

Folder 1-38. Industry Undated 

Folder 1-39. International Democrat Union 2009 

Folder 1-40. Labor Force 2011 

Folder 1-41. Legislative Agenda 2008 

Folder 1-42. Legislative Agenda Undated 

Folder 1-43. Let’s Go Walkin’ Mississippi 2011 

Folder 1-44. Let’s Go Walkin’ Mississippi Undated 

Folder 1-45. Mail Log 2004 

Folder 1-46. Military 2009 

Folder 1-47. Military Undated 

Folder 1-48. Notes Undated 

Folder 1-49. National Governors Association 2009 

BOX 2 

Folder 2-1. National Policy and Politics Undated 

Folder 2-2. Office Administration 2005 

Folder 2-3. Office Administration Undated 

Folder 2-4. Political Cartoons Undated 

Folder 2-5. Politics 2008 

Folder 2-6. Presidential Debate at the University of Mississippi 2008 

Folder 2-7. Publications Featuring Barbour 2004 

Folder 2-8. Publications Featuring Barbour 2007 

Folder 2-9. Publications Featuring Barbour 2010 

Folder 2-10. Publications Featuring Barbour 2011 

Folder 2-11. Republican Governors Association 2009 

Folder 2-12. Republican National Committee 1994 

Folder 2-13. Southeastern United States-Canadian Provinces Alliance (SEUS-CP Alliance) in Biloxi, Mississippi 2010 

Folder 2-14. Speech – Perrin Ferris Tribute Undated 

Folder 2-15. Speech – Republican National Committee 2008 

Folder 2-16. Speech – Society of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick 2011 

Folder 2-17. Speech – Statehood Day 2009 

Folder 2-18. Speech – U.S. Department of Labor 2005 

Folder 2-19. Speeches by First Lady Marsha Barbour Undated 

Folder 2-20. State of the State Address 2004 

Folder 2-21. State of the State Address 2005 

Folder 2-22. State of the State Address 2008 

Folder 2-23. Stationary 

Folder 2-24. Telecast – Building a 21st Century World Class Workforce Undated 

Folder 2-25. Trip -- Governor Delegation to Middle East 2009 

Folder 2-26. Trip – Paris (June 17-21) 2011 

Folder 2-27. USS Ronald Reagan Carrier 2005 

Folder 2-28. White House Meeting Notes Undated 

Folder 2-29. Workforce Development Legislation 2004 

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Series 3: Oversized Material 

BOX 3 

Folder 3-1. Barbour Business Cards as Governor Undated 

Folder 3-2. Certificates/Awards 2008 

Folder 3-3. Clippings 2010 

Folder 3-4. Governor’s Initiative for Volunteer Excellence Awards 2007/2009 

Folder 3-5. Gubernatorial Campaign/Election 2007 

Folder 3-6. Mississippi Duck Prints by Joe Mac Hudspeth Jr. 2005-2006 

Folder 3-7. Print by Michelle Rideout, re: Picayune, Mississippi, 1996 

Folder 3-8. Print of Sigma Alpha Epsilon National Headquarters Undated 

Folder 3-9. Speech – Mississippi State University 2001 

Tube 1. Banner. “Congratulations Haley! Mississippi Is Proud. So Are We.” (Undated). 

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Series 4: Memorabilia 

BOX 4 

Top Tray: 

Keychain flashlights. “2004 Mississippi’s Moment: The Inauguration of Haley Reeves Barbour” (2004). Five items. 

Lapel pins. “'08 The Inauguration of Haley Reeves Barbour Mississippi” (2008). Five items. 

Money clips. “'08 The Inauguration of Haley Reeves Barbour Mississippi” (2008). Five items. 

Conference credentials on lanyard. Re: National Governors Association annual meeting (2010). 

Credentials on lanyard with pin. Re: Indianapolis 500 Mile Race (2010). 

Medal on ribbon. “Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College” and “Commencement Speaker George W. Bush, President of the United States, May 11, 2006” (2006). 

Bottom Tray: 

Paperweight. “RTI/Hamilton TRONOX Signing Ceremony 20-Year TiCl4 Supply Partnership March 26, 2008 Monroe County Mississippi” (2008). 

Medals in case. “Adam Smith Award Haley Barbour 2008” (2008). Two items. 

Paper box. Re: M & M candy box with presidential seal and signature of George W. Bush. Note: candy removed. 

Sunglasses. Re: “Mississippi Bluesman Sunglasses” label attached; “Haley Barbour” sticker on one lens. 

Pen. “Presidential Debate, September 26, 2008, The University of Mississippi” (2008). 

BOX 5 

Box with photograph in frame. “Thank you for visiting Better Place,” re: Governor Haley Barbour’s visit to Better Place Center in Tel Aviv, Israel to view electric vehicle network (2011). 

Box with engraved glass. “Hon. Haley R. Barbour, Guest Speaker, The Friendly Sons of St. Patrick of Los Angeles 2011,” with program from event (2011). 

Stone plaque with miniature shovel. “Walnut Grove Youth Correctional Facility Expansion, Walnut Grove, Mississippi Groundbreaking September 14, 2007 Design Build Team…” (2007). 

Engraved glass. “U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform, Legal Reform Summit 2004, Haley Barbour, Governor of Mississippi, State Legislative Award” (2004). 

Engraved glass. “U.S.-China-Japan Automotive Conference, ‘The Future of the Global Automotive Industry,’ Tuesday, October 28, 2008, Chicago, Illinois USA…” (2008). 

Glass plaque. “Governor Haley Barbour Host, Mississippi Freedom 50th, Presented by Mississippi Freedom 50th Foundation Inc. May 24, 2011 – Jackson, MS” (2011). 

Engraved glass. “In appreciation to Governor Haley R. Barbour for your support to the Mississippi Department of Corrections Employee of the Year Award Ceremony May 9, 2007” (2007). 

BOX 6 

Engraved glass with stand. “George F. Walker Workforce Training Award, Governor Haley Barbour 2011, in honor of Mr. George F. Walker, Mississippi manufacturer, long-time chairman of the State Board for Community and Junior Colleges, and pioneer in improving workforce training in Mississippi” (2011). 

Engraved glass with stand. “The Boot vs. The River, Who’s the “Mann” Annual Football Classic” (undated). 

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Series 5: Framed Items 

Framed Item Bin 18 

Framed Item #999. Watercolor. “Haley Barbour Presents in Person The James Brown Show…Dec. 11 1968 Univ. of Miss.”; inscribed on verso “To Haley from your friend and fellow social chairman. Congratulations on a job well done! [signature illegible] 6-7-11” (2011). 

Framed Item #1000. Compilation of images and medallions. “Sponsor’s Ball, Gulf Coast Carnival Association 98th Anniversary 1908-2006, Mardi Gras February 28, 2006” (2006). 

Framed Item #1009. Photographic print on canvas. “Introducing America’s Next Generation of Steel, SeverCorr” (undated). 

Framed Item Bin 19 

Framed Item #997. Compilation of images and Mississippi flag “This state flag has flown above 70,000 feet over Iraq & Afghanistan in a USAF U-2 from the Sons of Mississippi…” (circa 2005). 

Framed Item #998. Painting. “Blessings over Mississippi” by Debra Koen Abernethy (2007); presented to Governor Barbour, Given by Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Abernethy and the Praying Saints of Mississippi. 

Framed Item Bin 37 

Framed Item #1001. Plaque. “USS Mississippi Virtute et Armis, Presented to the Honorable Haley Barbour Governor of Mississippi from the officers and crew of USS Mississippi (SSN782)” (undated). 

Framed Item #1002. Plaque. “2011 Government Leader of the Year Award, The Honorable Haley Barbour, Governor of Mississippi, Is recognized for the remarkable -- and sustained – leadership and commitment you have provided to Jobs for Mississippi Graduates…Presented by the Board of Directors of Jobs for America’s Graduates November 16, 2011…” (2011). 

Framed Item #1003. Plaque. “National Narcotic Detector Dog Assoc. Presented to Governor Haley Barbour, Governor of the State of Mississippi, in appreciation as a VIP Supporter of the National Narcotic Detector Dog Association given this 20th day of April, 2007, Fayetteville, Arkansas” (2007). 

Framed Item #1004. Plaque. “Paver Awards 2007 Governor Haley Barbour, Outstanding Leadership in the Rebuilding and Recovery of Affordable Housing in Mississippi” (2007). 

Framed Item #1005. Plaque. “Kid Academy Presented to Governor Haley Barbour, Thank you for making a difference, 2007” (2007). 

Framed Item #1006. Plaque. “Run for the Wall, Presented to Honorable Haley Barbour Governor, In grateful appreciation for the support shown to the Run for the Wall XIX 2007, Board of Directors R.F.T.W.” (2007). 

Framed Item #1007. Plaque. “UWC UI Integrity Award Presented to Governor Haley Barbour in grateful recognition of your commitment to the integrity of the unemployment system UWC 2009” (2009). 

Framed Item #1008. Compilation of plaque and coins. “Presented to State of Mississippi from the United States Mint America the Beautiful Quarters Program August 30, 2011,” re: Vicksburg, Mississippi coin (2011). 

Framed Item #1010. Plaque. “ACEC American Council of Engineering Companies of Mississippi 2007 Leadership Award presented to The Honorable Haley R. Barbour, Governor Great State of Mississippi, for his outstanding leadership in the pursuit of excellence in fostering the enhancement of the State of Mississippi, and for his dedication to the principles of total quality and commitment to the core values of the State of Mississippi” (2007). 

On permanent display in the University of Mississippi Haley Barbour Center for Manufacturing Excellence building: 

Framed Item #984. Portrait of Haley Barbour by Steve Penley. 

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Series 6: Recordings 

Scope and Content

The Haley Barbour Collection includes 183 recordings of GOP-TV television programs produced during Barbour's tenure as chair of the Republican National Committee. These include 150 episodes of the weekly program “Rising Tide” hosted by Barbour with Republican politicians, pollsters, consultants, strategists, and others discussing contemporary issues.

During the 1996 Republican National Convention, GOP-TV also produced three shows: “GOP-TV@ Sunrise” provided daily previews and highlights of the convention; “GOP-TV’s Unconventional Convention Coverage” offered commentaries, features, and interviews with convention participants; and the “Republican National Convention in San Diego” offered gavel-to-gavel coverage of the official proceedings.

Access Restrictions

The recordings are available online in the Haley Barbour digital collection.

The Republican National Committee holds the copyright to the GOP-TV recordings, but has graciously permitted the University of Mississippi to make the digital files available to the public.

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Series 7: Publications 

Separated Materials

The publications listed below were cataloged and physically separated from the collection. Click call number link to confirm shelf location.

Alternative Housing Pilot Program (U.S.). Green Mobile: Attachments to Proposal 2, Department of Homeland Security. Federal Emergency Management Agency. Alternative Housing Pilot Program (2006). Facsimiles of 2006 letters on Hurricane Katrina recovery. Call Number: HV554.5 G74 2006 OVRS. 

Alternative Housing Pilot Program (U.S.). Modular Town Home: Attachments to Proposal, Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency. Alternative Housing Pilot Program (2006). Facsimiles of 2006 letters on Hurricane Katrina recovery. Call Number: HV554.5 M63 2006 OVRS. 

Alternative Housing Pilot Program (U.S.). Park Model & Mississippi Cottage: Attachments to Proposal 1. Department of Homeland Security. Federal Emergency Management Agency. Alternative Housing Pilot Program (2006). Facsimiles of 2006 letters on Hurricane Katrina recovery. Call Number: HV554.5 P37 2006 OVRS. 

Sumesh M. Arora and Joseph A. Linton. First Annual Mississippi Renewable Energy and Efficiency Report: A Snapshot of Related Activities in the State of Mississippi ([Ridgeland, MS: Mississippi Technology Alliance, 2011]). Call Number: TJ807.9 U6 A76 2011. 

Haley Barbour with Jere Nash. America’s Great Storm: Leading through Hurricane Katrina (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi). Call Number: HV636 2005 M7 B37 2015. 

Big City Rhythm & Blues. Magazine issues from February/March 2011, June/July 2011, and August/September 2011. Call Number: ML3520.8 D48

CME: Center for Manufacturing Excellence, the University of Mississippi (circa 2012). Call Number: LD3415 H35 C64 2010z

Delta Business Journal. Issue 13:8 (2011) with Barbour on the cover. Call Number: HC107 M7 D45. 

Determined Warrior: Restoring USS Cole (Pascagoula, MS: Northrop Grumman Ship Systems, 2002). DVD recording. Call Number: VA65 C644 2002

Electric Power Associations of Mississippi. Mississippi Legislative Session Roster (Jackson: 2010). Call Number: JK4630 E44. 

Golf Mississippi: 2007 Guide ([Atlanta, GA: Crossroads Marketing Inc., 2006]). Call Number: GV982 M7 G654 2007

Governor’s Awards for Excellence in the Arts, 2011 (Jackson, MS: Mississippi Arts Commission, 2011). Call Number: NX412 G68 2011

Homeless of the Oregon Place Apartments. Mailbox Muffins: And Other Recipes from the Gulf Coast Homeless (Changing Lives Press, 2011). Foreword by Marsha Barbour. Call Number: TX715 M35 2011

Kathleen Koch. Rising from Katrina: How My Mississippi Hometown Lost It All and Found What Mattered (Winston-Salem, NC: John F. Blair Publishers, 2010). Inscribed by author. Call Number: F349 B39 K63 2010. 

Legends (Meridian, MS: Blue South Pub. Corp., 2010). Mississippi arts and entertainment review. Call Number: NX510 M7 L45

Ray Mabus. America’s Gulf Coast: A Long-Term Recovery Plan after the Deepwater Horizon Gulf Spill (New Orleans, LA: Deepwater Horizon Incident Joint Information Center, 2010). Call Number: TD427 P4 M28 2010. 

Mississippi Development Authority. Tourist Division. Mississippi Group Tour Resource Planner (Jackson, MS: [2008-2014]. Call Number: G155 U6 M5667 2004z

Mississippi Development Authority. Tourist Division. Mississippi Adventure Guide (Jackson, MS: circa 2004). Call Number: GV191.42 M7 M66 2004z

Mississippi Development Authority. Tourist Division. Mississippi Governor’s Mansion Guide: History, Architecture, Decorative Arts, Tours ([Jackson, MS: circa 2004)]. Call Number: F349 J13 M585 2004z. 

Mississippi Development Authority. Tourist Division. Mississippi Trivia (Jackson, MS: [2003]). Call Number: F341.6 M576 2003

Mississippi. Governor (2004-: Barbour). One Year after Katrina: Progress Report on Recovery, Rebuilding and Renewal (Jackson, MS: [2006]). Call Number: HV636 2005 M7 M57 2006

Mississippi. Governor’s Commission on Recovery, Rebuilding, and Renewal. After Katrina: Building Back Better than Ever ([Jackson, MS]: 2005). Call Number: HT393 M72 G8568 2005. 

Mississippi. Governor’s Commission on Recovery, Rebuilding, and Renewal. A Pattern Book for Gulf Coast Neighborhoods: Details and Techniques for Building and Renovating Gulf Coast Houses (Pittsburgh, PA: Urban Design Associates, 2005). Call Number: TH4816 P38 2005 

Mississippi reMixed (Surrey, BC: Ottewell Media, 2010). DVD recording. Call Number: F349 A1 M577 2010

Mississippi Renewal Forum, Summary Report: Recommendations for Rebuilding the Gulf Coast (Gaithersburg, MD: The Town Paper, 2005). Call Number: HT393 M72 G85 2005

Mississippi SmartCode Team. Mississippi Renewal Forum: Model Smart Growth Development Code for Mississippi Gulf coast Cities and Counties (Jackson, MS: Governor’s Commission on Recovery, Rebuilding and Renewal, 2005). Call Number: KF5698.3 A44 2005

Mississippi Tourism Association. The Official Tour Guide for Mississippi (Jackson, MS: 2007). Call Number: F339.3 O3

Kim Murphy. The Wall: 25 Years of Healing and Educating (Evansville, IN: M.T. Pub. Co., 2007). Inscribed by Jan C. Scruggs, founder and president of the education center at The Wall. Re: Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Call Number: DS559.83 W18 M87 2007

Gilbert A. Robinson, et al. Reagan Remembered (McLean, VA: International Publishers, 2015). Includes a chapter by Haley Barbour. Call Number: E876 R43 2015b

William Grant Still. Mississippi ([Mission Viejo, CA: WGS Music]). Sheet music. Call Number: M1621 S74 M54 1948z

UM Lawyer (University of Mississippi Law Center). Commemorative issue on the dedication of the Robert Khayat Law Center. Call Number: KF292 M58 A72

Donald E. Wildmon. Following the Carpenter (Nashville, TN: T. Nelson Publishers, 1997). Call Number: BV4501.2 W5196 1997

Frank Wilem. The Keys (Gulfport, MS: DeepBlue Press, 2011). Inscribed by author. Call Number: PS3545 I358 2011

Paul H. Yarbrough. Mississippi Cotton (Salt Lake City: WiDo, 2011). Inscribed by author. Call Number: PS3575 A72 2011

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