MSU Libraries produces, preserves, and provides access to digital collections that support teaching, service, and research by providing greater access to Libraries' unique holdings. Discover sheet music, diaries, correspondence, ledgers, photographs, transcripts, publications, and other unique materials, all through our Digital Collections.
Over 20,000 pieces of sheet music, images of music players, and an inventory of recordings from the Museum.
Photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and documents from U.S., Mississippi, and local political figures and researchers. Topics include agriculture, race, political issues, state and national legislature, and the economy.
The Papers of Ulysses S. Grant, political cartoons, and sheet music from the larger collection. Other materials will be added to the digital collection as processing continues.
Artifacts, statuary, prints, paintings, broadsides, ephemera, photographs, philately, collectibles/miniatures, scrapbooks, and numismatics, documenting the life of Abraham Lincoln and the collecting activity of the Williamses.
Individual and family papers, business records, architectural drawings, audio-visual recordings, photographs, maps and artifacts, primarily documenting Mississippi from the early 19th century to the present.
The Citizens’ Council, founded in Indianola, Mississippi in 1954 following the Brown v. Board decision, was very powerful in working to maintain segregation in Mississippi.
Selected photos from the archives, as well as documents from the foundation of MSU and its first presidents. Highlights: photos of 'Old Main' and the fire that destroyed it; photos of previous Bully mascots; and photos of 19th and early 20th century classes.
Oral histories from people who have worked in MSU's historic Lloyd-Ricks-Watson Building, built in 1929 to house agricultural programs.
Materials relating to or from the general time period of the American Civil War.
Photos, videos, and other resources from events hosted by MSU Libraries.
Videos from MSU Libraries' monthly program celebrating Mississippi's rich cultural heritage and highlighting the Libraries' cultural heritage events, exhibits, collections, and services.