The Gloster, Mississippi collection was donated over several years by Walker J. Carney, Jr., and depicts life and industry in the town during the early 1900′s.
The complete collection is available on Flickr.
The Civil War Centennial Parade was held in Jackson on March 28, 1961. Thirty-six color slides in the MDAH collection depict the parade and spectators. View the images through their catalog records by visiting the catalog page and searching for “Civil War Centennial Parade.”
Map of Mississippi, 1908 showing the new counties of Jefferson Davis and Forrest. Call number: MA/2002.0071 (a) MDAH. Link to the catalog.
The alluvial valley of the Mississippi River to accompany report of Major General Edgar Jadwin, Chief of Engineers, December 1, 1927 : plan of the Army Engineers for flood control. Call number: MA/2002.0248 (b) MDAH. Link to the catalog.
The Charles A. Lambert Photograph Collection (PI/1995.0001) is now available to view on Flickr!
This collection of sixty photographs, donated by John S. and Charles A. Lambert in 1995, depicts scenes from the logging, sugarcane, and turpentine industries in south Mississippi, as well as natural disasters such as floods and wind damaged buildings.
These maps were recently digitized and made available online:
City of Jackson, Mississippi. Call number: MA/2003.0118 (c) MDAH. Link to the catalog.
The Federal Aid highway system progress map, 1934. Call number: MA/2002.0104 (c) MDAH. Link to the catalog.
Map of the lands in Mississippi ceded by the Chickasaws to the United States in 1832 and 1834, 1835. Call number: MA/92.0089 (b) copy 2. Link to the catalog (pictured above).