Kershaw, Alvin L. (Alvin Louis), 1919-2001; Williams, J. D. (John Davis), 1902-1983
Article concerning Chancellor J. D. Williams's rescinding of Reverend Alvin L. Kershaw's invitation to speak at Religious Emphasis Week at the University of Mississippi, and including a reprint of Williams's message to Kershaw
Silver, James W. (James Wesley), 1907-1988; Mississippi -- Race relations; Labor unions--Mississippi
Article describing the reaction of the Mississippi AFL-CIO Labor Council president to Representative John Bell Williams's assertion that James Silver should be fired from the University of Mississippi for expressing his pro-integration views
Editorial deriding Dr. Morton B. King, Jr. for his "foolish and childish" resignation from the University of Mississippi. King resigned as a result of Chancellor Williams's revoking Reverend Alvin Kershaw's invitation to speak on campus.
New Orleans Savings Bank;Banks and banking -- Accounting;Banks and banking -- Louisiana -- History;Account books -- History
This is a case study of the history, operating practices and financial reporting system of an antebellum-era financial institution. The New Orleans Savings Bank, which served the people of Louisiana from 1827 to 1842, was founded as a philanthropic...
Medicine -- Practice -- Accounting;Account books -- History
This note describes an account book designed for the use of physicians, from the late 19th century. In addition to financial records, the book provides space for recording details of the medical problem, prescribed treatment, patient condition, and...