The North Mississippi Women's History Project was administered by Dr. Elizabeth Payne, a professor of history at the University of Mississippi. The collection contains audio recordings of interviews with elderly women from North Mississippi, 2005-2006, describing various aspects of their lives.
The recordings in this collection have restricted access and may only be viewed on computers within the University of Mississippi Libraries. For more information, please contact the Department of Archives and Special Collections.
Gwen Armstrong, interviewed by Tom Copeland in New Albany, Miss., 8 March 2006, Gwen Armstrong and Tom Copeland
Ruby Dunlap, interviewed by Wendy Smith in Ingomar, Miss., 12 April 2006, Ruby Dunlap and Wendy Smith
Libby Savely, interviewed by Wendy Smith in Ingomar, Miss., 12 April 2006, Libby Savely and Wendy Smith
Luddie Williamson, interviewed by Andy Fox and Dionne Bailey in New Albany, Miss., 8 March 2006, Luddie Williamson, Andy Fox, and Dionne Bailey
Jessie Sample, interviewed by Elizabeth Payne in Ridgeland, Miss., 13 October 2005, Jessie Sample and Elizabeth Payne