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Guide to the Charles Johnson Faulk papers
MSS.514


Summary Information

Repository
Mississippi State University Libraries
Title
Charles Johnson Faulk papers
ID
MSS.514
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1940-1989
Date [inclusive]
1864-1990
Extent
7.5 Cubic feet : 4 Record Cartons; 2 SMO folders; 2 OS folders; 3 rc, 1 ms. VMP boxes; 1 SVMP box; 5 SMOP folders; 1 VMGN box; OSN; 1 AV box; Artifacts.
Language
English

Preferred Citation

Charles Johnson Faulk papers, Special Collections Department, Mississippi State Univerisity Libraries.

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Biographical Information

Charles Johnson Faulk, Jr. was born on September 13, 1915, in Yokena, south of Vicksburg, Mississippi, and died on March 3, 1990, in Vicksburg. His parents were Charles Johnson Faulk, Sr. (1885-1963) and Alice Isabella Hullum Faulk (1893-1980). The family was poor but Faulk attended the local schools, Jefferson Davis Academy and Jett High School. Unable to afford a four-year college, he went to Copiah-Lincoln Junior College instead. Soon after graduating in 1935 he joined the staff of the Vicksburg Post-Herald as a cub reporter where he met his future wife, Elizabeth Sevier Young (1910-1987). They married in 1941 and had three children: Charles Johnson Faulk III (b. 1942), Jeneva Elizabeth Faulk Pickett (b. 1944) and Fred Young Faulk (1949-2003).

After serving briefly in the navy during World War II, Faulk returned to his newspaper career in Vicksburg, during which he often provided the photographs for his news stories. Rising to city editor, he and his staff won a Pulitzer Prize in 1954 for their efforts in producing the paper despite the devastating tornado that hit Vicksburg on December 5, 1953. The events of that evening at the newspaper became the basis of an episode of the television series Telephone Time called ‘Vicksburg, 5:35 PM’, broadcast in 1956 with Barry Atwater playing Faulk. In 1955 Faulk participated in a publishers and editors seminar at the American Press Institute at Columbia University in New York. In 1957 Faulk was managing editor when he left Vicksburg for a public relations job with the State Highway Department in Jackson, Mississippi. He was administrative assistant to the director of the department when he resigned in 1965 to return to the  Vicksburg Evening Post as managing editor once again. The family bought the large house at 1617 Monroe Street that had belonged to Elizabeth’s aunt. On his retirement in 1985 he was the paper’s executive editor.

Faulk was a member and former president of the Louisiana-Mississippi Associated Press Association. Outside his newspaper work, he was also involved with the Boy Scouts, and the Kiwanis and Lions Clubs. He was a director of the Vicksburg Hospital, and member of the local chamber of commerce and farm bureau. Faulk was an active member and elder of the First Presbyterian Church of Vicksburg.

Faulk contributed many news stories and articles to his own paper but he free-lanced for other newspapers and magazines too. He also did some commercial photography, including weddings and public relations. In the last years of his life, Faulk wrote a popular weekly column for the Vicksburg Sunday Post titled ‘Neighborly Yours’ which told the stories of local people and the town’s history. A collection of these columns was published after his death. Faulk was given an award by the Vicksburg and Warren County Historical Society for the column in 1985. He also wrote short stories and during the 1950s he had two published in the magazines  Future and  Argosy. Later in life Faulk also wrote a book titled ‘Dateline Vicksburg’, which told his story as part of the broader story of change in Vicksburg and Mississippi during his lifetime. Unfortunately he was unable to secure a publisher for the book. Faulk had begun work on a novel set in rural Mississippi called ‘Phoenix’ when he died.

As an avid photographer, Faulk appreciated the value of the medium and he was instrumental in having the collection of noted Vicksburg photographer J. Mack Moore donated to the Old Court House Museum in Vicksburg. Faulk’s own photographic prowess was recognized when his work was exhibited with other noted photographers at the Memphis Academy of Arts in 1981. His photographs have also been featured in a photographic history of Vicksburg by Gordon Cotton.

Sources:

Charles Johnson Faulk papers.

Cotton, Gordon A. and Charles D. Mitchell (comps.). Neighborly Yours: A Selection of Sunday Newspaper Columns from the Vicksburg Sunday Post, 1991.

Cotton, Gordon. Vicksburg: Town and Country, 2001.

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Scope and Contents

The Charles Johnson Faulk papers contain the personal and business correspondence of the former executive editor of the Vicksburg Evening Post. There are also the research files Faulk compiled for his column ‘Neighborly Yours’, and a group of manuscripts and notes for various articles, short stories and the unpublished books ‘Dateline Vicksburg’ and ‘Phoenix’. The collection also includes copies of his ‘Neighborly Yours’ columns and a number of published articles and short stories. A group of audio cassette tapes feature recordings of interviews he conducted for his column. A large number of photographs, either taken by Faulk during his career or collected by him, are included in the collection. Among the prints and contact prints, there are a small number of negatives and transparencies, along with some glass plate negatives.

Series one, Personal, contains correspondence Faulk conducted with his family and friends along with other letters unrelated to his newspaper work. There are items concerning his wife and immediate family, as well as some financial documents. Faulk’s interest in his family history is reflected in a folder of genealogical material. There are also two folders concerning Faulk’s former colleague V. Blaine Russell and Russell’s son Stephen, both of whom Faulk helped after they were found to be incapable of looking after themselves.

The second series, Business, mostly encompasses material gathered in Faulk’s newspaper work. This includes correspondence about stories in the paper, notes for stories and his column ‘Neighborly Yours’, and 26 tapes of interviews he conducted between 1980 and 1989. There are an extensive number of files of research materials Faulk compiled for use in his writing. Copies of the newspaper which won Faulk and his staff the Pulitzer Prize in 1954 are included along with a report compiled by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on the 1953 Vicksburg tornado which features Faulk’s photographs. Folder 39 of Box 1 includes copies of photographs Faulk took of recaptured convicts in 1940 which he offered for sale, while Folder 42 is a wartime newsletter produced by the newspaper staff in 1943.

In series three, Writings, manuscripts of articles, short stories and books written by Faulk can be found. He wrote a large number of articles and short stories for his own newspaper and for submission to other publications between 1937 and 1984, and there is some correspondence related to them in Folder 74 of Box 2. Faulk completed the manuscript of an autobiographical book titled “Dateline Vicksburg” around 1981 but was unable to secure a publisher. Three complete drafts of the manuscript are included as well as correspondence with potential publishers. Though disappointed not to have his first book accepted, Faulk began work on a novel titled “Phoenix” about 1985 but he did not complete it. An outline and the draft of the first two chapters and a fragment of the third are included. The earlier manuscripts are typewritten but much of the later writing is done on computer and the manuscripts are in the form of printouts. Faulk wrote some biographical pieces on his wife, parents and grandfather, and kept a diary between November 1985 and May 1989.

Series four, Publications, includes copies of articles and short stories written by Faulk, including all his ‘Neighborly Yours’ columns from 1984 to 1990. There are also some articles written about Faulk and the transcript of an interview conducted with him in 1988 concerning his time with the Mississippi State Highway Department. A map and two publications feature his photographs, including the catalog of an exhibition of mid-south photographers in Memphis where his work was shown in 1981. Other publications reference his interest in local history and travel. Folder 21 of Box 4 contains some books on vocabulary formerly owned by V. Blaine Russell. Faulk collected copies and pages of newspapers dating back to 1896 and these are also included in the series, as well as a small number of prints.

The largest series is Series 5, Photographs. Faulk took many of his own photographs for his newspaper stories and columns. He collected photographs too and the series includes prints by older Vicksburg photographers J. B. Unglaub and J. Mack Moore. Faulk also obtained nine Moore glass plate negatives. A historic print of note is a circa 1864 photograph of the steamboat ‘Baltic’ of the Mississippi Marine Brigade moored at Vicksburg. The photograph collection—black and white prints predominantly—document in the main the people of Vicksburg and Warren County and their environment from the late 1930s to the 1980s. There are relatively few negatives in the series but a large number of contact prints give a good indication of the range of Faulk’s photographic activities. A smaller group of color prints and negatives are mainly family snapshots and travel photographs from 1979 to 1989. The series also contains a few slides and 13 metal printing plates of photographs taken in the 1940s.

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Arrangement

Series 1. Personal - Box 1; Small Oversize Manuscripts Box 41; Artifacts 3

Series 2. Business - Boxes 1-2; Small Oversize Manuscripts Box 41; Oversize Manuscripts Box 13; AudioVisual Box 1; Artifacts 3

Series 3. Writings - Boxes 2-3; Small Oversize Manuscripts Box 41

Series 4. Publications - Boxes 3-4; Small Oversize Manuscripts Box 41; Oversize Manuscripts Box 13; Oversize Newspapers

Series 5. Photographs - Visual Materials: Photographs Boxes 31-34; Small Visual Materials: Photographs Box 4; Small Oversize Photographs Box 3; Box 4

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Mississippi State University Libraries 

P.O. Box 5408
Mississippi State, MS, 39762
662-325-7679
sp_coll@library.msstate.edu

Publication date: November 2010

Access Restrictions

Open to all researchers.

Use Restrictions

Any requests for permission to publish, quote, or reproduce materials from this collection must be submitted in writing to the Manuscripts Librarian for Special Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of Mississippi State University as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.

Donor

Fred Faulk and Jeneva Faulk Pickett, April 1994.

Processing Information

The papers were placed in acid-free folders and the original folders disposed of. Documents were separated from the photographs and the latter were reorganized, with the negatives separated from the prints. A number of prints were stuck together and had to be soaked in water to separate. Some published materials were separated to Special Collections. Newspaper clippings were copied on to acid-free paper and disposed of, including the binders containing the ‘Neighborly Yours’ column clippings. Duplicate items and envelopes were also disposed of.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials

Charles J. Faulk Collection of Oral History Taped Interviews. Old Court House Museum, Vicksburg, Mississippi.

Separated Materials

The following items have been separated to Special Collections:

1. U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. Flood Control and Navigation Maps of the Mississippi River, 1977.

2. Images of the South: Visits with Eudora Welty and Walker Evans. Southern Folklore Reports, No. 1, 1977.

3. Early Newspapers: The Whig: 1860. No. 150. Vicksburg, Miss.: Eagle Press.

4. Early Newspapers: 1830s-1840s. No.148. Vicksburg, Miss.: Eagle Press.

5. Blake, Frances Gaither (ed.). Mary Savage Conner of Adams County, Mississippi: A Young Girl’s Diary. Redwood, Miss.: Blake, 1982.

6. Ferris, Bill. Ray Lum: Mule Trader, An Essay. Memphis: Center for Southern Folklore, 1977.

7. Hurley, Jack & Nancy Hurley. Southern Eye, Southern Mind: A Photographic Inquiry. Catalogue of a Joint Exhibit, Memphis, Tennessee, 29 March-30 April 1981. Memphis Academy of Arts, 1981.

8. Russell, Edward. Rivers U.S.A, Champion Papers, 1976.

9. DVD: Telephone Time, Vol. 1: 'The Golden Junkman/Vicksburg, 5:35 PM’.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Vicksburg National Military Park (Miss.).

Family Name(s)

  • Faulk family.

Geographic Name(s)

  • Vicksburg (Miss.)

Personal Name(s)

  • Biedenharn, Jowilla.
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D. , (Dwight David), 1890-1969.
  • Faulk, Charles, (Charles Johnson, Jr.), 1915-1990--Photographs.
  • Faulk, Charles, (Charles Johnson, Jr.), 1915-1990.
  • Faulk, Elizabeth, (Elizabeth Sevier), 1910-1987.
  • Moore, J. Mack, (John Mack), d. 1954.
  • Russell, V. Blaine, (Van Blaine)

Subject(s)

  • Agricultural exhibitions--Mississippi.
  • Brides--Mississippi.
  • Bridges--Mississippi River.
  • Church buildings--Mississippi.
  • Commercial buildings--Mississippi.
  • Dwellings--Mississippi.
  • Floods--Mississippi--1920-1930.
  • Journalism--Mississippi.
  • Mississippi--History--20th century.
  • Musicals--Mississippi--Vicksburg.
  • Newspapers--Mississippi--Vicksburg.
  • Photojournalism--Mississippi.
  • Public buildings--Mississippi.
  • Steamboats--Mississippi.
  • Tornadoes--Mississippi--Vicksburg.
  • Vicksburg (Miss.)--History.
  • Warren County (Miss.)--History.

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Collection Inventory

Series 1. Personal. 

Correspondence: 

 Box 1. Folder 1.  General, 1956-1989. 

 Box 1. Folder 2.  Charles Faulk family, 1933-1986. 

 SMO 41.  Tartan, 1986 June. 

 Box 1. Folder 3. Faulk relatives, 1965-1986 May. 

 Box 1. Folder 4.  Faulk relatives, 1986 June-1989 and undated. 

 Box 1. Folder 5.  Callahan, Alston, 1985-1989. 

 Box 1. Folder 6.  Featherston, Jim, 1982-1988. 

 Box 1. Folder 7.  Griffin, Dell, 1980-1984. 

 Box 1. Folder 8.  Friends, 1946-1989. 

 Box 1. Folder 9.  Concerning architect of First Presbyterian Church, Vicksburg, 1984. 

 Box 1. Folder 10.  Concerning Remington shotgun, 1985-1986. 

 Box 1. Folder 11.  Copiah-Lincoln Junior College reunion, 1985. 

 Box 1. Folder 12.  Center for Southern Folklore, Memphis, 1976, 1985. 

 Box 1. Folder 13.  Milton Hullum estate, 1975-1976. 

 Box 1. Folder 14.  Biographical information, 1964-1971 and undated. 

 Box 1. Folder 15.  Church: correspondence, notices, newsletters, 1965-1986 and undated. 

 Box 1. Folder 16. Driver's licenses (2). 

 Box 1. Folder 17.  Emily Faulk: School assignments, 1985-1987 and undated. 

 Box 1. Folder 18.  Fred Faulk: Our Living Bible: Primary Workbook, 1966. 

 SMO 41.  Leah Faulk: 'The Magnolias-1867: 1617 Monroe Street', pencil drawing, 1989. 

 Box 1. Folder 19.  Elizabeth Young Faulk: Correspondence: Oil lease royalty payments, 1974-1980. 

 Box 1. Folder 20.  Elizabeth Young Faulk: Correspondence: Condolences, 1987. 

 Box 1. Folder 21.  Financial affairs: General, 1972-1988. 

 Box 1. Folder 22.  Financial affairs: Medical insurance, payments, 1986-1990. 

 Box 1. Folder 23.  Financial affairs: Poll tax receipts, personal property tax assessment, 1952, 1961-1962. 

 Box 1. Folder 24.  Genealogical information, correspondence, 1977-1988 and undated. 

 Box 1. Folder 25.  Grand Gulf, Mississippi, history, 1950. 

 Box 1. Folder 26.  Military service medical examination notice, 1945. 

 Box 1. Folder 27.  Obituaries and wedding announcements, 1956-1987 and undated. 

 Box 1. Folder 28.  V. Blaine Russell and Stephen Russell: Correspondence, documents, 1978-1989. 

 Box 1. Folder 29.  V. Blaine Russell and Stephen Russell: Record of events, 1978-1982. 

 Box 1. Folder 30.  Miscellaneous, 1909-1960 and undated. 

 Artifacts 3.  Miscellaneous, 1964 and undated. 

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Series 2. Business. 

 Box 1. Folder 31.  American Press Institute, Columbia University: Publishers and Editors Seminar: Program clipping, correspondence, 1955. 

 Box 1. Folder 32.  Biographical information: Louis P. Cashman, Jr., undated. 

Correspondence: 

 Box 1. Folder 33.  Concerning newspaper, 1952-1984. 

 Box 1. Folder 34.  Concerning newspaper, 1985-1989 and undated. 

 Box 1. Folder 35.  Leaving Mississippi Highway Department, 1965. 

 SMO 41. Scope, 1965 August. 

 Box 1. Folder 36.  Leaving Vicksburg Evening Post, 1957. 

 Box 1. Folder 37.  Leaving Vicksburg Evening Post, 1985. 

 Box 1. Folder 38.  Retirement, 1985. 

 Box 1. Folder 39.  Escaped convicts' photographs by Charles Faulk offered for sale, 1940. 

 Box 1. Folder 40.  Story information with photographs, 1943 and undated. 

 Box 1. Folder 41.  Halftone photographic screens, 1928 and undated. 

 Box 1. Folder 42. The Teddy News by Vicksburg Post-Herald staff, 1943 December 19. 

 Box 1. Folder 43.  Tornado, 1953: Corps of Engineers Activities in Connection with Vicksburg Tornado Disaster on 5 December 1953. 

 OS 13.  Tornado, 1953: Vicksburg Sunday Post-Herald, 1953;  Vicksburg Sunday Post-Herald/  Vicksburg Evening Post, 1953;  Vicksburg Sunday Post, 1978. 

 Box 1. Folder 44.  Pulitzer Prize: correspondence, clippings, 1954. 

 Box 1. Folder 45.  Speech notes and resume: Charles D. Mitchell, 1988 and undated. 

 Box 1. Folder 46.  Notes, 1954, 1985 and undated. 

 Box 1. Folder 47.  Notes, 1986. 

 Box 1. Folder 48.  Notes and interview notes: James and Annie Stirgus, Eudora Welty, 1982 and undated. 

 Box 1. Folder 49. Notebook, undated. 

Research files: 

 Box 2. Folder 1.  Biedenharn Candy Company, 1976-1977. 

 Box 2. Folder 2. Bilbo, Theodore, 1982, 1985. 

 Box 2. Folder 3.  Black market tax on gambling and liquor, 1957, 1985. 

 Box 2. Folder 4.  Blessing of the shrimp fleet, Biloxi, Miss.: Down South, 1954 July-August. 

 Box 2. Folder 5.  Broadcasting, 1979, 1987. 

 Box 2. Folder 6.  Canizaro, Juliet A., undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 7.  Capers, LeGrand IV, undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 8. Cappaert, Francis L., 1972 and undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 9. Champion Hill: Flyer; Herb Phillips, Champion Hill!, 1986 and undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 10.  Chapman, Olivia, 1981 and undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 11. Civil War, undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 12.  Civilian Conservation Corps, 1983, 1989. 

 Box 2. Folder 13.  Clark, Harry W., undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 14.  Collier, Emily A., undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 15.  Concerned Citizens of Vicksburg, 1972. 

 Box 2. Folder 16.  Cronin, Jerry, undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 17.  Crowley, Louise, 1985. 

 Box 2. Folder 18. Culkin, Mississippi, water project, 1953-1969. 

 Box 2. Folder 19.  Davis, Jefferson, 1981, 1985. 

 Box 2. Folder 20.  Davis (Palmyra) Island, 1985. 

 Box 2. Folder 21.  Dickson, Harris, circa 1939-1979. 

 SMO 41. Dix, Dorothy, 1944-1984. 

 Box 2. Folder 22.  Fischel, Jackie, undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 23.  Friedlander, Charles, 1977. 

 Box 2. Folder 24.  Gardner, Bettye J., 1985. 

 Box 2. Folder 25.  'Gold in the Hills', 1936 and undated: Souvenir program, circa 1965. 

 SMO 41.  'Gold in the Hills', 1936 and undated: Newspaper clippings, program, notes, 1936 and undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 26.  Governor William Winter's inaugural symposium, 1980. 

 Box 2. Folder 27.  Hullum, P.J., undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 28.  Interstate highways, 1981. 

 Box 2. Folder 29.  LeTourneau mission to Liberia, 1952. 

 Box 2. Folder 30.  McAllister, Jane E., 1980-1982. 

 Box 2. Folder 31.  McConnell, Marguerite and Gary, 1982, 1987. 

 Box 2. Folder 32.  Mackey, Henry H., circa 1936. 

 Box 2. Folder 33. Mississippi history, 1860, 1978-1986. 

 Box 2. Folder 34.  'North and South II', 1985-1986. 

 Box 2. Folder 35.  Pantoliano, Marie, 1986. 

 Box 2. Folder 36.  Pharr Mounds, 1987. 

 Box 2. Folder 37.  Poliomyelitis, 1955-1982. 

 Box 2. Folder 38.  Red Tops, undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 39. Riles, Charles and Cedar Hill Cemetery, 1987. 

 Box 2. Folder 40.  Roberts, Ray, 1985. 

 Box 2. Folder 41.  Rocky Springs, Miss., circa 1940, 1949. 

 Box 2. Folder 42.  Rural electrification, 1988. 

 Box 2. Folder 43.  Simrall, Harry C., 1978. 

 Box 2. Folder 44.  Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1916, 1926 and undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 45.  Speakes, Larry, 1976-1984. 

 Box 2. Folder 46.  Sprague (steamboat), 1947-1979. 

 Box 2. Folder 47.  Springfield Plantation, undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 48.  St. Martinville: The Land of Evangeline in Picture Story by Leona M. Guirard, 1981. 

 Box 2. Folder 49.  Statistics, population and business, 1940, 1980. 

 Box 2. Folder 50.  Stout, Norman, 1984. 

 Box 2. Folder 51. Tallullah Rotary Club, 1988. 

 Box 2. Folder 52.  'The Vicksburg River Defenses and the Enigma of "Whistling Dick"', circa 1956. 

 Box 2. Folder 53.  Tiffany, Joseph B., and Waterways Experiment Station, 1969-1989. 

 Box 2. Folder 54.  Todd, Joseph A., undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 55.  Tornadoes, 1966-1981 and undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 56. Vicksburg, Miss.: Articles, 1855, 1950, 1989 and undated. 

 SMO 41.  Saturday Evening Post, 1950 July 1. 

 Box 2. Folder 57.  Vicksburg Community Concert Association, undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 58.  Vicksburg Light and Traction Company, undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 59. Vicksburg National Military Park by William C. Everhart, 1954. 

 Box 2. Folder 60. Vicksburg Young Men's Christian Association, undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 61. Ward, M. Emmett, undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 62.  Warren County courthouse, 1981, 1989 and undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 63.  Yokena, Miss., 1916 tornado, 1976. 

 Box 2. Folder 64.  Young, Robert W., 'Round Trip Stowaway', 1948. 

 Box 2. Folder 65. Miscellaneous, 1936-1985 and undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 66. Newspaper articles/editorials: Various, 1981. 

 Box 2. Folder 67. Newspaper articles/editorials: Various, 1981-1990. 

 Box 2. Folder 68. Vicksburg Sunday Post column 'Neighborly Yours': Notes, 1985. 

 Box 2. Folder 69. Vicksburg Sunday Post column 'Neighborly Yours': Notes, 1985-1988. 

 AV 1.  Vicksburg Sunday Post column 'Neighborly Yours': Interviews: Audio cassette tapes, 1980-1989 and undated. (26) 

 Box 2. Folder 70. Telephone number card index: Cards, undated. 

 Artifacts 3.  Telephone number card index: Card holder. 

 Box 2. Folder 71.  Stationery, name card, door sign, undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 72. Certificates: Mississippi State Highway Department, 5 years service, 1962. 

 Box 2. Folder 73. Certificates: Sigma Delta Chi Professional Journalistic Society member, 1965. 

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Series 3. Writings. 

 Box 2. Folder 74. Short stories/articles: Correspondence, 1977-1987. 

 Box 2. Folder 75.  Short stories/articles: Manuscript folder information. 

Short stories/articles: Manuscripts: 

 Box 2. Folder 76. New London School Explosion, 1937. 

 Box 2. Folder 77. Machines Replace the Day Hands, circa 1950. 

 Box 2. Folder 78. Beyond the Bends, 1951. 

 Box 2. Folder 79. Tractor, A Woman with Push [Eva Davis], 1951. 

 Box 2. Folder 80.  Boy and the Fiddle [Depression story], 1951. 

 Box 2. Folder 81. Niagara Model at WES, circa 1952. 

 Box 2. Folder 82. The Koszta Affair-A Foreign policy, 1952. 

 Box 2. Folder 83. Bill Broome and Community Development, 1952. 

 Box 2. Folder 84.  Drama on the Rails, 1953. 

 Box 2. Folder 85.  Jaycees and the Polio Bus, 1953. 

 Box 2. Folder 86.  J. Mack Moore, 1954 and undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 87. Tornado, 1956 and undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 88. Col. Dixon's Revetment Machine, undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 89. Newspaper Boy-All American [Charles Faulk III], undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 90. They Watch Our Weather [H.H. Crisler], undatated. 

 Box 2. Folder 91.  Miscellaneous Memoirs [Segregation], 1965. 

 Box 2. Folder 92.  Happy Flower-Poor Man's Rose of Sharon [Altheas], circa 1970. 

 Box 2. Folder 93.  Grandpa's Home Burns, 1970. 

 Box 2. Folder 94.  Cedar Waxwings, 1972. 

 Box 2. Folder 95. Sprague, 1975 June 18. 

 Box 2. Folder 96.  Maggie Darden, 1975 June 19. 

 Box 2. Folder 97. Maurice Danton, Theodore G. Bilbo, 1975 June 21. 

 Box 2. Folder 98. Steamer Sprague, 1975 July 10. 

 Box 2. Folder 99. John Brunini and the Bungled Legal Ad, 1975 June 23. 

 Box 2. Folder 100.  Col. Fitz-Hugh Died - Too Late, 1975 July 22. 

 Box 2. Folder 101.  Election Night at the Polls, 1975 August 6. 

 Box 2. Folder 102. Mississippi River and Diamond Point Cutoff, circa 1975. 

 SMO 41.  Tom Wright on his Deathbed, 1976 January 22. 

 Box 2. Folder 103.  Cedar Waxwings, 1976 February 8. 

 Box 2. Folder 104. New House and the Old Place [Annie Lee], 1976 February 16. 

 Box 2. Folder 105. Lawsuit-Never Trust a Lawyer, 1976 August 3. 

 Box 2. Folder 106. 1927 Flood, 1977 April 21. 

 Box 2. Folder 107.  Arthur Diggs - Reporter, 1978 August 29. 

 Box 2. Folder 108. Portland, Oregon, 1978 September 25. 

 Box 2. Folder 109. Reminiscences, 1978 November 16. 

 Box 2. Folder 110. My Most Unforgettable Character [Florence Mallett and Friendship House], 1978 and undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 111.  Cedar Waxwings, 1979 February 12. 

 Box 2. Folder 112.  Race Relations, 1979 May 15. 

 Box 2. Folder 113. Eric Biedenharn and His Rich Father, 1979 July 31. 

 Box 2. Folder 114.  Keith Williams, 1979 August 20. 

 Box 2. Folder 115. Newspaper Printers, 1979 August 28. 

 Box 2. Folder 116. Our Home: 1617 Monroe St., 1979 September 4. 

 Box 2. Folder 117. Pomegranite Tree and Yard Vandals, 1979 September 15. 

 Box 2. Folder 118.  Directions in the Country, 1979 and undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 119.  The Morning Bath at Grandpa's House, undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 120.  Cedar Waxwings, 1980 February 8. 

 Box 2. Folder 121.  Santa's Whiskers, 1980-1984. 

 Box 2. Folder 122.  As Long as the Lamp Burned, She Knew He Was Alive [Eagle Lake rescue], 1980 and undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 123. First Plane-First Shuttle, 1981. 

 Box 2. Folder 124. Thanksgiving, 1981. 

 Box 2. Folder 125.  Naive Preacher and the A-Bomb, 1982. 

 Box 2. Folder 126.  "Service" Stations, 1982. 

 Box 2. Folder 127.  Autumn, 1983. 

 Box 2. Folder 128. Today's Simplicity-Hardly Worth Remembering, 1984. 

 Box 2. Folder 129. He Set The Woods On Fire, 1984. 

 Box 2. Folder 130. Our Dog Rusty, undated. 

 Box 2. Folder 131.  Change in Mississippi-1960-1980, undated. 

 Box 3. Folder 1.  Jessie Harrington Fielder, artist, undated. 

 Box 3. Folder 2.  My Most Unforgettable Character [Unforgettable boy (Happy Hollow)], undated. 

 Box 3. Folder 3.  Con Job and My Only Suit, undated. 

 Box 3. Folder 4.  Admiral Porter and the Black Terror, undated. 

 Box 3. Folder 5.  Jerry Cronin averts a railroad disaster, undated. 

 Box 3. Folder 6. No Never! Never Cut My Trees, undated. 

 Box 3. Folder 7.  My first computer, undated. 

 Box 3. Folder 8. The Great Snow in Happy Hollow, undated. 

 Box 3. Folder 9.  Early Days at the Newspaper [F. Cashman], undated. 

 Box 3. Folder 10.  Shorts, 1979-1984 and undated. 

 Box 3. Folder 11.  Fragments, 1975 and undated. 

Books (unpublished): 

 Box 3. Folder 12. "Dateline Vicksburg": Correspondence, 1981-1984. 

 Box 3. Folder 13. "Dateline Vicksburg": Note cards, undated. 

"Dateline Vicksburg": Manuscripts: 

 Box 3. Folder 14.  First draft, undated: Chapter 1. 

 Box 3. Folder 15.  First draft, undated: Chapter 2, 'The Drama of the News Office'. 

Second draft, undated: 

 Box 3. Folder 16.  Chapter 1. 

 Box 3. Folder 17.  Chapter 2. 

 Box 3. Folder 18.  Chapter 3. 

 Box 3. Folder 19.  Chapter 4. 

 Box 3. Folder 20. Chapter 5. 

 Box 3. Folder 21.  Chapter 6. 

 Box 3. Folder 22.  Chapter 7. 

 Box 3. Folder 23.  Chapter 8. 

 Box 3. Folder 24.  Chapter 11. 

Third draft, undated: 

 Box 3. Folder 25. Preface. 

 Box 3. Folder 26. Chapter 1: 'Catfish and Other Smells'. 

 Box 3. Folder 27.  Chapter 2: 'The Drama of the Newspaper'. 

 Box 3. Folder 28. Chapter 3: 'From Cub to Reporter'. 

 Box 3. Folder 29.  Chapter 4: 'White and Black in Turmoil'. 

 Box 3. Folder 30. Chapter 5: 'The Cyclone'. 

 Box 3. Folder 31.  Chapter 6: 'Iron Lungs and Withered Limbs'. 

 Box 3. Folder 32. Chapter 7: 'Oreos and Nigger-Lovers'. 

 Box 3. Folder 33. Chapter 8: 'Boycott, Venom and a Hog Killing'. 

 Box 3. Folder 34.  Chapter 9: 'Women Indomitable'. 

 Box 3. Folder 35. Chapter 10: 'Salt and Pepper Mix'. 

 Box 3. Folder 36. Chapter 11: 'Mule Harness to Space'. 

Fourth draft, 1985: 

 Box 3. Folder 37. Preface. 

 Box 3. Folder 38. Chapter 1: 'Catfish and Other Smells'. 

 Box 3. Folder 39. Chapter 2: 'The Drama of the News Office'. 

 Box 3. Folder 40.  Chapter 3: 'White and Black in Turmoil'. 

 Box 3. Folder 41. Chapter 4: 'From the Cub to Reporter'. 

 Box 3. Folder 42. Chapter 5: 'Oreos and Nigger-Lovers'. 

 Box 3. Folder 43.  Chapter 5: 'The Cyclone'. 

 Box 3. Folder 44.  Chapter 6: 'Iron Lungs and Withered Limbs'. 

 Box 3. Folder 45.  Chapter 6: 'Boycott, Unions and a Hog-Killing'. 

 Box 3. Folder 46.  Chapter 7: 'Women Indomitable'. 

 Box 3. Folder 47.  Chapter 8: 'Salt and Pepper Mix'. 

 Box 3. Folder 48.  Chapter 11: 'Mule Harness to Space'. 

 Box 3. Folder 49.  "Phoenix": Correspondence, 1985-1987. 

 Box 3. Folder 50. "Phoenix": Notes, 1985 and undated. 

 Box 3. Folder 51.  "Phoenix": Summary: Chapters 3-10, 1985. 

 Box 3. Folder 52.  "Phoenix": Manuscript: Chapter 1, 1985. 

 Box 3. Folder 53. "Phoenix": Manuscript: Chapter 2, 1985. 

 Box 3. Folder 54.  "Phoenix": Manuscript: Chapter 3 fragment, 1986. 

Other: Biographical: 

 Box 3. Folder 55. Elizabeth Young Faulk, 1987 and undated. 

 Box 3. Folder 56.  Daddy [Charles Faulk, Sr.], 1987 and undated. 

 Box 3. Folder 57.  Mother [Alice Hullum Faulk], 1977, 1980 and undated. 

 Box 3. Folder 58.  Grandpa [Alfred Faulk], 1986-1987. 

 Box 3. Folder 59. Other: 'Daily' [record], 1985 November 13-1987 April 24. 

 Box 3. Folder 60. Other: 'Daily' [record], 1987 April 27-1989 May 18. 

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 Series 4. Series 4. Publications. 

By Charles Faulk: Articles/short stories: 

 Box 3. Folder 61.  'Planning to Build a Home?', Vicksburg Post-Herald, 1947-1948. 

 Box 3. Folder 62. Various, 1951-1985. 

 SMO 41.  NEA daily news page, 1951 August 28. 

 Box 3. Folder 63. Correspondence, 1952, 1954. 

 Box 3. Folder 64. 'A Community Rebuilds for Youth', Country Gentleman, 1952 June. 

 SMO 41. Country Gentleman magazine, 1952 June. 

 SMO 41.  Advertisement, 1952. 

 Box 3. Folder 65.  'My Roundup on the Rails', Argosy, 1953 July. 

 Box 3. Folder 66.  'Thrill of a Lifetime', Future, 1953 August. 

 Box 3. Folder 67.  'Victor Bobb: Gentleman, Artist and One-Man Publicist', Livestock Weekly, 1955 January. 

By Charles Faulk: Vicksburg Sunday Post column 'Neighborly Yours' (photocopies): 

 Box 4. Folder 1.  1984 April-1986 December: 1: miscellaneous articles; column, 1954-1984. 

 Box 4. Folder 2.  1984 April-1986 December: 2, 1985. 

 Box 4. Folder 3.  1984 April-1986 December: 3, 1986. 

 Box 4. Folder 4.  1987 January-1988 December. 

 Box 4. Folder 5.  1989 January-1990 February. 

 Box 4. Folder 6.  About Charles Faulk: Articles, 1952-1990. 

 SMO 41.  MFC News, 1979 July. 

 Box 4. Folder 7.  About Charles Faulk: 1988 Interstate Highway Research Project, Oral History, An Interview with Charles J. Faulk, Jr., 1988-1989. 

 Box 4. Folder 8. Featuring Faulk photographs: Map: Mississippi Highways, Mississippi State Highway Department, 1965 (2). 

 Box 4. Folder 9.  Featuring Faulk photographs: Booklet: Historic Vicksburg: The Red Carpet City of the South, circa 1960. 

 Box 4. Folder 10.  Featuring Faulk photographs: Southern Eye Southern Mind: A Photographic Inquiry, Memphis Academy of Arts, photocopy, promotional card, 1981. 

Other: 

 Box 4. Folder 11.  William Bruce, A History of the Vicksburg Public Schools: 1825-1975, 1975. 

 Box 4. Folder 12.  Gideon's International, New Testament, undated. 

 Box 4. Folder 13.  Images of the South: Visits with Eudora Welty and Walker Evans, Southern Folklore Reports, Number 1, 1977. 

 Box 4. Folder 14.  Edna Pennel, More Christmas Ideas from Williamburg, 1982. 

 Box 4. Folder 15.  Bob Pittman, Good for What's Buggin' You: The Life and Works of J.C. Redd, 1982. 

 SMO 41.  "Siege! ...47 days in 1863 that changed the course of history." 125th Anniversary of Campaign and Siege of Vicksburg. National Park Service. 1988. 

 Box 4. Folder 16.  Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, St. Louis, Mo: booklets, program, 1984, 1987 and undated. 

 Box 4. Folder 17.  Mississippi in the War Between the States, 1960. 

 Box 4. Folder 18. Reader's Digest, Glove Compartment Road Atlas & Vacation Guide, 1987. 

 Box 4. Folder 19.  Tour Guide of Vicksburg, undated. 

 Box 4. Folder 20.  Belonged to V. Blaine Russell: Writer's Word-List: Verbs of Speech, 1929;  Sholl's Humanitome: General Qualities of Appearance, 1932;  Sholl's Humanitome: Human Action and Activity, 1934. 

Newspapers (mostly complete): 

 OSN. Clarion Ledger/Jackson Daily News, 1963 November 23. 

 OSN.  Commercial Appeal, Memphis, 1945 August 15, September 2. 

 OSN.  Jackson Evening News, 1896 Christmas, pp.3-6. 

 OSN. Vicksburg Evening Post, 1945 May 8, August 15; 1963 July 1 "The Vicksburg Story"; 1983 May 4 "100th Anniversary Edition". 

 OSN. Gospel Messenger, Nashville, Tenn., 1897 October 22. 

 OSN. Sunday School Times, Philadelphia, Penn., 1902 April 19. 

Newspapers (mostly incomplete): 

 OS 13.  Atlanta Constitution, 1941 December 8, 9, 10, 11. 

 OS 13.  Atlanta Journal, 1941 December 8; 1942 August 19. 

 OS 13.  Commercial Dispatch, Columbus, Miss., 1963 November 22. 

 OS 13.  Commercial Appeal, Memphis, 1897 October 27 (fragment); 1906 March 11. 

 OS 13.  Clarion Ledger/Jackson Daily News, 1963 September 22. 

 OS 13. Daily Clarion Ledger, Jackson, Miss., 1894, January 31; 1902 May 29; October 8; 1903 January 13; February 24. 

 OS 13.  Daily Picayune, New Orleans, 1902 April 6. 

 OS 13. Jackson Evening News, 1897 September 15; 1903 January 12, 13; February 24. 

 OS 13.  Vicksburg Evening Post, 1945 May 7, August 15; 1969 July 21, 24. 

 OS 13.  Vicksburg Herald, 1945 August 16. 

 OS 13.  Vicksburg Sunday Post-Herald, 1945 September 2. 

 Box 4. Folder 21. Prints: 'By the Old Mill Stream', undated; 'In Flight', undated; 'Longwood, Natchez', undated; 'As Windsor Looked in Days of Grandeur', 1965; [Vicksburg], undated. 

 SMO 41.  Prints: Satirical fishing illustrations originally published by Thomas McLean, London, undated (5). 

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Series 5. Photographs. 

Prints: 

 VMP 31. Folder 1.  Accidents and disaster, 1937-1972 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 2.  Agriculture, circa 1955-1986 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 3.  Agricultural shows, 1939-circa 1955 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 5.  Baltic (steamboat), circa 1864. 

Custodial History

In circa 1968, Mrs. Elsa Hiatt (1891-1979) of Great Bend, Kansas, daughter-in-law of George L. Hiatt (1844-1933?), was featured in an article in her local paper, the Great Bend Tribune. She was looking for a home for the diary written by George Hiatt while serving on the Mississippi Marine Brigade steamer "Baltic" during the Civil War. The article included the same photograph of the "Baltic" found in the collection, identified by a tear. On December 4, 1968, the  Vicksburg Evening Post reported that Mrs. Hiatt donated the diary to the Old Court House Museum. The museum records that she contacted the local Chamber of Commerce and the Hospitality House’s Mrs. Norma Daughtry, who directed her to the museum. The director, Mrs. Eva Smith, then contacted Mrs. Hiatt. The museum has no record of Charles Faulk being involved at any point of the donation process but the fact his paper reported the gift means he most probably knew about it and may have been in contact with Mrs. Hiatt. That the "Baltic" photograph was found in an envelope from Moore's Studio, Great Bend, Kansas, in Faulk's papers also confirms this is Mrs. Hiatt's photograph. Since most of the photographs in his files were used in published stories, it is possible Faulk intended to, or did, write a story about the ship for his paper.

Related Archival Materials

George L. Hiatt Diary, 1863-1867 (photocopy), Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Jackson, Mississippi. (Original held by Old Court House Museum, Vicksburg, Mississippi.)

 VMP 31. Folder 6.  Biloxi, Mississippi, undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 7.  Blessing of the shrimp fleet, Biloxi, 1954. 

 VMP 31. Folder 8.  Boats, circa 1900-1985 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 9.  Bridges, 1946-1985 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 10.  Buildings: Commercial, public, 1939-1986 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 11. Buildings: Residential, 1937-1984 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 12.  Businesses: circa 1935-1985 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 13.  Businesses: 1940-1946 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 14.  Cemeteries, undated. 

 VMP 15. Folder 15.  Churches, circa 1930-1987. 

 VMP 31. Folder 16.  Civic events, 1907-circa 1970 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 17.  Civic groups, 1939-1986 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 18.  Communications, circa 1940 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 19.  Cotton, 1946-1985 and undated. 

 VMP 20. Folder 20.  Domestic views, circa 1940 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 21.  Education, circa 1930-1950 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 22. Eisenhower, General Dwight, visit, 1947. 

 VMP 31. Folder 23.  Entertainment, circa 1944-1989 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 24.  Fishing, 1956-1986 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 25.  Floods, 1922-1937. 

 VMP 31. Folder 26.  'Gold in the Hills' play, circa 1940-1965 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 27.  Great Depression, circa 1933-circa 1938 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 28.  Greenville-Vicksburg outboard marathon, undated. 

 VMP 31. FOlder 29.  Halifax, Lord, visit, circa 1944. 

 VMP 31. Folder 30.  Health, undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 31.  History, circa 1890-1986 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 32.  Horses, circa 1940 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 33.  Industries, 1939-1974 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 34.  Jackson, Mississippi, 1963-1965 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 35.  LeTourneau, R.G., Inc., 1942-circa 1950 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 36.  Maps, drawing, undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 37.  Miscellaneous, 1940-1986 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 38.  Mississippi localities, 1937-1986 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 39.  Mississippi River, 1949-1950 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 40.  Mississippi River bridge, Vicksburg, circa 1927-1973 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 41.  Mississippi River Commission, circa 1950 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 42. Monuments, 1940-1986 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 43.  National Military Park, Vicksburg, 1934-1985 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 44.  Neshoba County fair, undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 45.  Oil industry, 1936-1945 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 46.  Plants and animals, 1958-1985 and undated. 

 VMP 31. Folder 41.  Poliomyelitis, 1953 and undated. 

 VMP 32. Folder 1.  Politics, circa 1930-1971 and undated. 

 VMP 32. Folder 2.  Railroads, 1901-1986 and undated. 

 VMP 32. Folder 3.  Roads/Mississippi Highway Commission, 1939-1965 and undated. 

 VMP 32. Folder 4.  Russell, V. Blaine, 1955-1978. 

 VMP 32. Folder 5.  Sports, 1909-1948 and undated. 

 VMP 32. Folder 6.  Sprague (steamboat), 1948-1974. 

 VMP 32. Folder 7. Steele Bayou, Mississippi, 1984-circa 1970. 

Tornado, 1953: 

 VMP 32. Folder 8.  1. 

 VMP 32. Folder 9.  2. 

 VMP 32. Folder 10.  U.S. Army Corps of Engineers report prints. 

 VMP 32. Folder 11.  Contact prints. 

 VMP 32. Folder 12.  'Telephone Time' television series: 'Vicksburg, 5:35PM' still, 1956. 

 VMP 32. Folder 13.  United States government fleet, 1936-1952 and undated. 

 VMP 32. Folder 14.  U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station, 1946-1956 and undated. 

 VMP 32. Folder 15.  Vicksburg, Mississippi, 1939-1986 and undated. 

 VMP 32. Folder 16.  Vicksburg Evening Post, 1936-1987 and undated. 

 VMP 32. Folder 17.  Vicksburg Post Office and Courthouse, 1935-1937. 

 MVP 32. Folder 18.  Westinghouse Electric Corporation plant, 1955 and undated. 

 VMP 32. Folder 19.  World War II, 1940-1945. 

 VMP 32. Folder 20.  Yazoo City, Mississippi, 1939. 

People: Individuals: 

 VMP 32. Folder 21.  Men: Surnames A-F, 1910-1988 and undated. 

 VMP 32. Folder 22.  Men: Surnames G-F, 1936-1987 and undated. 

 VMP 32. Folder 23.  Men: Surnames L, circa 1938-1988 and undated. 

 VMP 32. Folder 24. Men: Surnames M-R, circa 1936-1988 and undated. 

 VMP 32. Folder 25.  Men: Surnames S-W, 1918-1988 and undated. 

 VMP 32. Folder 26.  Women: Surnames A-D, 1936-1989 and undated. 

 VMP 32. Folder 27.  Women: Surnames F-L, 1985-1988 and undated. 

 VMP 32. Folder 28.  Women: Surnames M-W, 1940-1986 and undated. 

 VMP 32. Folder 29.  Children, circa 1945-1952 and undated. 

 VMP 32. Folder 30.  Military, circa 1940-circa 1944 and undated. 

 VMP 33. Folder 1.  People: Families: Surnames A-G, circa 1937-1988 and undated. 

 VMP 33. Folder 2.  People: Families: Surnames H-W, 1944-1988 and undated. 

 VMP 33. Folder 3.  People: Weddings, 1945-1954 and undated. 

 VMP 33. Folder 4.  People: Groups: 1, 1950-1984 and undated. 

 VMP 33. Folder 5.  People: Groups: 2, 1940-1987 and undated. 

People: Unidentified: 

 VMP 33. Folder 6.  Individuals, 1965, 1979 and undated. 

 VMP 33. Folder 7.  Children, undated. 

 VMP 33. Folder 8.  Weddings, undated. 

 VMP 33. Folder 9.  Groups, 1951-1984 and undated. 

 SMOP 3.  J. Mack Moore photographs, circa 1870 and undated. 

 SMOP 3.  J.B. Unglaub photographs, undated. 

 SMOP 3.  Various, 1945, circa 1955, 1992(?) and undated. 

 VMP 33. Folder 10.  Faulk, Charles, 1954-1988 and undated. 

 VMP 33. Folder 11.  Faulk, Charles: Columbia University seminar, New York, 1955. 

 VMP 33. Folder 12.  Faulk family: 1, 1936-1986 and undated. 

 VMP 33. Folder 13.  Faulk family: 2, 1954-1969 and undated. 

 VMP 33. Folder 14.  Faulk family: Reunion, 1986. 

 SMOP 3.  Faulk children, circa 1957 and undated. 

 SMOP 3.  Charles Faulk photographs, 1940-1950 and undated. 

 SVMP 4. Charles Faulk photographs: Color, 1979-1989 and undated. 

Contact prints, undated: Charles Faulk: 

 VMP 33. Folder 15.  Faulk family: 1. 

 VMP 33. Folder 16. Faulk family: 2. 

 VMP 33. Folder 17. Faulk family: 3. 

 VMP 33. Folder 18.  Faulk family: 4. 

 VMP 33. Folder 19.  Newspaper: 1. 

 VMP 33. Folder 20. Newspaper: 2. 

 VMP 33. Folder 21.  Newspaper: 3. 

 VMP 33. Folder 22.  Newspaper: 4. 

 VMP 33. Folder 23.  Newspaper: 5. 

 VMP 33. Folder 24.  Newspaper: 6. 

 VMP 33. Folder 25.  Newspaper: 7. 

 VMP 33. Folder 26.  Newspaper: 8. 

 VMP 34. Folder 1.  Contact prints, undated: Bob Pickett. 

Negatives: 

 VMP 34. Folder 2.  J. Mack Moore photographs, undated. 

 SVMP 4.  J. Mack Moore photographs, undated. 

 VMGN 1.  Glass plate negatives: J. Mack Moore photographs: steamboats, undated (9). 

 VMP 34. Folder 3.  Bob Pickett contact prints, undated. 

 SVMP 4.  Charles Faulk photographs, circa 1940-1974 and undated. 

 VMP 34. Folder 4.  Charles Faulk photographs, 1954-1989 and undated. 

 VMP 34. Folder 5.  Charles Faulk photographs, 1975-1979 and undated. 

 VMP 34. Folder 6.  Charles Faulk photographs: 'Neighborly Yours', 1985-1989 and undated. 

 VMP 34. Folder 7.  Charles Faulk photographs: color, 1979-1989 and undated. 

 VMP 34. Folder 8.  Charles Faulk photographs: family, 1961-1989 and undated. 

 VMP 34. Folder 9.  Transparencies: Charles Faulk photographs, 1984. 

 SVMP 4.  Slides: Charles Faulk photographs, 1959, 1964. 

 VMP 34. Folder 10.  Plastic halftone photographic screen. 

 SVMP 4.  Plastic halftone photographic screen. 

 SVMP 4.  Metal printing plates (12). 

 Box 4. Folder 22.  Metal printing plates (2). 

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