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Mississippi State University Libraries' University Archives Department announces the addition of new finding aids for the collections of MSU Presidents.

"So far we have seven .pdf versions of these inventories available to our patrons," said Ryan Semmes, Assistant Archivist at MSU Libraries, "and they cover MSU's presidents from its beginnings with Stephen D. Lee in 1880 to Buz Walker in 1930."

Semmes went on to share that University Archives anticipates adding at least five more similar finding aids before the end of the spring 2012 semester.

For more information on these new presidential inventories and on MSU Libraries, please visit http://library.msstate.edu/specialcollections/archive/presidents or contact Semmes at 325-9355.



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