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|Creator:||Moncrief, Winfred H., 1923-|
|Title:||Moncrief photograph collection|
The Moncrief (Winfred) Photograph Collection consists of 890 original black-and-white negatives produced in the course of Moncrief's work as a photographer in the 1950s and 1960s. The photographs focus on Hattiesburg and the surrounding area, although there are pictures from other parts of the state. The photographs cover a variety of topics, including the 1953 Vicksburg tornado; Governor Paul B. Johnson Jr.'s 1963 election campaign and 1964 inauguration; nuclear tests at the Tatum Salt Dome in 1964; a 1965 Ku Klux Klan rally; and various civil rights activities, primarily in Hattiesburg. The civil rights activities include an Aaron Henry rally in October 1963; voter registration attempts and demonstrations in January-February 1964; August 1965 voter registration activities in Prentiss; events following the murder of Vernon Dahmer in January 1966 and its resulting trial; and demonstrations in April 1968 after the murder of Martin Luther King Jr.
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|Subjects:||Barnett, Ross R. (Ross Robert), 1898-1987 | Bowers, Samuel Holloway, 1924-2006 | Dahmer, Vernon Ferdinand, 1908-1966 | Hamer, Fannie Lou | Henry, Aaron, 1922- | Johnson, Paul B., 1916-1985 | Johnson, Paul B., 1916-1985--Inauguration, 1964 | King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968--Assassination | Wallace, George C. (George Corley), 1919-1998 | African American churches | African American clergy--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | African American nurses--Mississippi--Laurel | African American physicians--Mississippi--Laurel | African American women--Mississippi | African Americans--Civil rights--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | African Americans--Crimes against--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | African Americans--Mississippi | African Americans--Mississippi--Social conditions--20th century | African Americans--Suffrage | Architecture--Mississippi--20th century | Arson--Mississippi | Banks and banking--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | Bombings--Mississippi | Boy Scouts--Mississippi | Business--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | Civil rights demonstrations--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | Civil rights workers--Crimes against--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | Clergy | Courthouses--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | Drugstores--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | Elections--Mississippi | Fire departments--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | Flags | Flags--Mississippi | Flags--United States | Freemasons--Buildings--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | Funeral rites and ceremonies--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | Governors--Mississippi | Hate crimes--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | Historic buildings--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | Incendiary bombs | Jackson (Miss.)--Buildings, structures, etc. | Judges--Mississippi | Kelly Settlement (Hattiesburg, Miss.)--History | Ku Klux Klan (1915- )--Mississippi | Laurel (Miss.)--Social conditions | Libraries--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | Logging--Mississippi--Piney Woods (Region)--History | Mississippi Governor's Mansion (Jackson, Miss.) | Mississippi State Capitol (Jackson, Miss.) | Mississippi--Politics and government--1951- | Mississippi--Race relations | Murder--Mississippi--Forrest County | National Association for the Advancement of Colored People--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | Nuclear weapons--Testing | Nurses--Mississippi | Old Capitol (Jackson, Miss.) | Oxen | Parades--Mississippi--Jackson | Pharmacy--Mississippi | Physicians--Mississippi | Police--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | Poliomyelitis--Vaccination | Political campaigns--Mississippi | Polling places | Post office buildings--Mississippi | Primaries--Mississippi | Propaganda | Public buildings--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | Safety consultants | Salt domes--Mississippi | Sears, Roebuck and Company | Seismology--Instruments | Seismology--Research--United States | Sheriffs--Mississippi | Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company | Speeches, addresses, etc., American--Mississippi | Street scenes--Hattiesburg (Miss.) | Tatum Salt Dome (Lamar County, Miss.) | Tornadoes--Mississippi--Vicksburg | Trials--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | U.S. Atomic Energy Commission | United States--Department of Defense | United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation | VELA Program (U.S.) | Vaccination of children--Mississippi | Vaccines--United States | Voter registration--Forrest County (Miss.) | Voter registration--Law and legislation--Mississippi | Voter registration--Mississippi--Prentiss | Voter registration--Southern States | Voting registrars | Voting--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | United States, Mississippi, Hattiesburg | United States, Mississippi, Forrest County | United States, Mississippi, Laurel | United States, Mississippi, Warren County, Vicksburg, 32.3526457, -90.8778821 | United States, Mississippi, Warren County | United States, Mississippi, Jones County | United States, Mississippi, Hinds County, Jackson, 32.2987573, -90.1848103 | United States, Mississippi, Lamar County|
|Institution:||Mississippi Department of Archives and History|
|Contributors:||Mississippi. Dept. of Archives and History|
|Rights and Usage:|
Copyright: The electronic files in the Moncrief Photograph Collection are intended for public use in research, teaching, and private study in accordance with the provisions of the Fair Use clause of the United States Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.) and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Any use beyond that prescribed by Fair Use requires the permission of the copyright holder, the Mississippi Department of Archives and History. In addition, MDAH asks that each image used in a presentation, display, or publication be accompanied by a credit line that gives the name of this collection, the unique ID #, the name of this institution, and URL, according to the following formula:
Moncrief Photograph Collection, ID #, Mississippi Department of Archives & History,
Publicity and Privacy Rights:
MDAH alerts the user to the issue of publicity and privacy rights of subjects pictured in these images. Distinct from copyright, which concerns the creator/owner of the intellectual content, publicity and/or privacy rights apply to individuals visible in photographs who did not sign a contract or release form giving the photographer the legal right to use his/her image. Publicity and privacy rights also differ from copyright in that there are no exemptions for Fair Use or Educational purposes. These rights are not regulated by federal law but by state statute and common law. When using images from this collection it is the patron's responsibility to determine whether privacy and publicity rights issues may exist and consider the mitigating factors.
|Persistent Link to Item:||http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/moncrief/|