"Another scene on Pearl River at Rose's Bluff. This bend is a popular swimming spot, but is now being used as a temporary boat launching area. It will eventually be submerged by water of the Pearl River Reservoir."
Hugh Warren Shankle (1921- ) was a photo technician with WLBT-TV in Jackson, Mississippi, during the late 1950s and '60s. He was also the official photographer for the Mississippi Art Association and timpanist in the Jackson Symphony Orchestra. This collection consists of two hundred sixty eight images of local personalities, beauty contestants, inauguration ceremonies, and historical houses and buildings in Jackson and other locations in Mississippi, as well as Ole Miss football, including the January 2, 1962, Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas. Three of the photographs in the collection were taken by Hugh Shankle's nephew, Lester Van Zant, Jr. (1940- ).