Selected photographs from the archives, documents from the foundation of Mississippi State University and its first two presidents, and digitized student publications. Photographic subjects include daily campus life, aerial views, sporting and other campus events, campus groups, visiting dignitaries, university administrators and faculty, campus buildings, and more. Highlights include photographs of 'Old Main' before, during, and after the fire that destroyed it, photographs of previous Bully mascots, images documenting the MSU – Ole Miss rivalry, and historic photos of classes from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
The University Archives Photo Collection contains photographs of campus scenes, events, buildings, and people, as well as important documents from MSU's history.
This digital collection contains materials relating to the establishment of Mississippi A&M (later Mississippi State University) and the presidencies of its first two administrations. The materials in this collection represent the earliest documents from Mississippi State University.
The Reveille chronicled the lives of the students of the Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College (later renamed Mississippi State College and finally Mississippi State University), throughout the institution's history. This collection includes each volume published in print from 1898 to 2008.
On March 15, 1963, MSU President Dean W. Colvard and Head Basketball Coach Babe McCarthy snuck the MSU squad out of Starkville to face the Loyola University Ramblers in the integrated NCAA Tournament. 50 years later, we honor the MSU and Loyola teams who participated in the "Game of Change."
The Theatre MSU digital collection is comprised of materials donated by the Theatre Department, the Blackfriars student organization, and Dr. Dominic Cunetto. The collection includes photographs, posters and programs from the various productions, as well as press clippings and scrapbook pages.
The College of Veterinary Medicine Library, as a member of Mississippi State University Libraries, is proud to partner with the College of Veterinary Medicine to provide free digital access to this unique collection showcasing the history of the College of Veterinary Medicine and the fascinating field of veterinary medicine.