Women of the Ku Klux Klan Collection
Bill Miles Collection
Piney Woods School Collection
Citizens' Council Collection
Civil Rights Archive - Contains digitized versions of a number of small civil rights-related collections.
Western Union Telegram Collection - Contains telegrams sent through the Oxford Western Union office during the university's integration
Sidna Brower Mitchell Photographs and Scrapbook
James O. Eastland Collection
Freedom Riders 40th Anniversary Oral History Project
Sheldon Harris Sheet Music Collection which includes minstrel tunes and other racially stereotyped popular songs from the late 19th century through the early 20th century.
Integration of the University of Mississippi Correspondence
Integration of the University of Mississippi
Nash & Taggart Collection
John Elon Phay Collection
James W. Silver Collection
United States v. Mississippi Interrogatory Answers examines voting rights violations and the segregated school system.
Other Campus Resources
For assistance with non-archival resources see the main library's subject guides for History, African American Studies, Southern Studies, and Government Information.
Online tutorials describe the differences between primary and secondary resources as well as finding and using the Archives & Special Collections.
The Department of African American Studies website hosts "Documenting the African American Experience at the University of Mississippi" which covers the period from 1848 to the present and includes text and images from a number of primary resources.
The library has created a searchable database on its Mississippi Newspaper holdings. Search by text, year, city, or county to find newspaper titles, time span in the library's possession, and a link to the catalog record.