Digitized Resources

 

OH LADY Magazine

Oh Lady Magazine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click on the links below to view: OH LADY Humor Magazine. Only three issues of this delightful magazine were published. MSCW sophomore Eudora Welty was a cartoonist for all three issues, and probably wrote some of the satirical poetry which is left unsigned. 

USE AND REPRODUCTION OF MUW COPYRIGHTED MATERIALS APPLIES.

April 1927 OH LADY
May 1927 OH LADY
June 1927 OH LADY

 

Ephemera Literary Magazine

EphemeraClick on the links below to view:EPHEMERA literary magazine. This magazine was published during the late 1930s through the 1940s and was the predecessor to The Dilettanti. The files are in pdf format, and will need to be downloaded to your computer to be viewed.

THE EPHEMERA (November, 1938)
THE EPHEMERA (February, 1939)

 

Industial Institute & College Catalogs

Click on individual titles below to view digitally available catalogs. Note: The original name of Mississippi University for Women was "The Industrial Institute and College," or "The Double I and C."

Click HERE to access scanned 1889-90 Catalog of the I.I. & C.
Click HERE to access scanned 1890-91 Catalog of the I.I. & C.
Click HERE to access scanned 1892-93 Catalog of the I.I. & C.
Click HERE to access scanned 1896-97 Catalog of the I.I. & C.
Click HERE to access scanned 1898-99 Catalog of the I.I. & C.
Click HERE to access scanned 1902 Catalog of the I.I. & C. 

Industial Institute & College, Mississippi State College for Women Yearbooks

CLICK TO VIEW: RESOURCE LIBRARY MEH LADY YEARBOOK COLLECTION

Use and Reproduction of MUW Copyrighted Materials: READ FIRST

Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1902 Meh Lady.
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1904 Meh Lady.
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1905 Meh Lady.
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1906 Meh Lady.
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1907 Meh Lady.
Click HEREto access outside link to scanned 1908 Meh Lady.
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1909 Meh Lady.
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1910 Meh Lady.
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1911 Meh Lady.
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1912 Meh Lady.
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1913 Spectator.*
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1914 Spectator.*
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1915 Spectator.*
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1916 Spectator.*
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1919 Spectator.*
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1922 Meh Lady.
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1923 Meh Lady.
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1926 Meh Lady.
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1927 Meh Lady.
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1928 Meh Lady.
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1929 Meh Lady.
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1930 Meh Lady.
Click HERE to access outside link to scanned 1931 Meh Lady.

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Because President Henry Whitfield discontinued the Meh Ladies for several years, considering them "elitist," the students used a yearly edition of their literary magazine, The Spectator, as a substitute yearbook, and included photographs of seniors.

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