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  • Collection Title: Cooperative
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    • Cooperative melon shipment

    • Agriculture, Cooperative; Watermelons; Railroad trains; Stone County (Miss.)
    • Loading melons in cooperative shipments by Stone County Cooperative, Wiggins, Missisisppi.
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    • Bankhead Program beginning

    • Bankhead Cotton Control Act; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service
    • Beginning the Bankhead Cotton Control Act, 1934. Left to right: W.H. Stovall, J.C. Rimes, E.H. White (future director of the Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service), Thomas L. Gaston, T.M. Patterson and L.A. Olson,Director of the Mississippi...
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    • Cooperative marketing crate and cotton scales

    • Agriculture, Cooperative; Scales (Weighing instruments); Illinois Central Railroad
    • Crate and cotton scales used to weigh agricultural products at the beginning of cooperative marketing.
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    • Cooperative wool shipment Wiggins

    • Agriculture, Cooperative; Wool; Railroad depots
    • Farmers delivering wool in an annual wool pool for cooperative shipment at Wiggins, Mississippi
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    • Loading hogs Yazoo City

    • Hogs; Agriculture, Cooperative
    • Loading hogs in a cooperative shipment from Yazoo City.
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    • Broiler shipment Lee County

    • Agriculture, Cooperative; Poultry
    • First cooperative shipment of broilers, Lee County Poultry club.
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    • Loading watermelons, Coffeeville

    • Agriculture, Cooperative; Watermelons
    • Loading watermelons at Coffeeville, Mississippi for cooperative shipment.
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    • Cooperative shipment 1933

    • Turkeys; Railroad trains; Agriculture, cooperative; Wagons; Trucks; Horses
    • Part of the group of growers who shipped cooperatively from Starkville, Mississippi, November 20, 1933. Ten carloads of turkeys shipped last year from Oktibbeha, Noxubee, Lowndes, Monroe, and Chickasaw Counties, Mississippi.
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    • Press period, Jackson, 1941

    • Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service; Journalists; Mississippi Press Association
    • Press period October 31, Extension Conference, Jackson, Mississippi, October 27-31, 1941. Left to right: W. C. Lassetter, editor, Progressive Farmer and Southern Ruralist; J. L. McCorkle, President, Mississippi Press Association and editor of the...
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    • Extension Service food exhibit

    • Exhibits; Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service;Canning and preserving; Nutrition
    • Extension Service exhibit promoting farm foods and nutrition, circa 1944.
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    • Pike County 4-H members

    • 4-H clubs; Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service;Mississippi State University (Starkville, Miss.)
    • Pike County 4-H club members in front of the Agricultural Extension Service building. Some names include: Billie J. Brewer, Louise Wilson, Ouida Lawrence, Bobbie Sue Raborn, Mary Ellis Raborn, Mary Katherine Nettles, Dorothy Marie Price, Rich...
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    • County agents at livestock show

    • Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; County agricultural agents; Bulls
    • County agents Ross Smith, Arlis Anderson, H.H. Levick, Hugh Wilson, D.W. Fortenberry, H.W. Beachum, Buddy Luckil, A.D. Hall, W.H. Hamberlin, Don Herrington and Roy Means with bull at cattle judging event, livestock show.
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    • Short course and Club Congress 1924

    • 4-H clubs; McKay, A.B.; Mississippi State University; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service
    • 4-H club boys and girls at Mississippi State short course and Club Congress assembled on bleachers unders a giant pecan tree near the college greenhouse for horticultural lectures and demonstrations. A.B. McKay, Horticulture Extension leader, who...
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    • Meat cutting demonstration

    • Meat cutting; Farmers; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Agricultural education
    • Meat cutting demonstration, one of nine demonstrations of meat cutting and curing conducted in one week at a meeting attended by 300 Mississippians. The meeting was promoted by the Mississippi Extensional Services, Smith-Hughes Teachers, Farmers,...
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    • Pantry demonstration

    • Mississippi State Fair (Jackson, Miss.); Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Canning and preserving; Exhibitions
    • Homemade farm relief is pictured in this suggested pantry supply arranged by specialists of the Extension Service at State College (Starkville, Miss.), and set up at the Mississippi State Fair (Jackson, Miss.).
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    • Covington sweet potatoes

    • Agriculture, Cooperative; Sweet potatoes
    • Box of Covington Sweets sweet potatoes, a brand produced by the Covington County Marketing Association, Collins (Covington County), Mississippi. On label: Mississippi Porto Rican sweet potatoes.
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    • Cold Storage Locker Plant

    • Automobiles; Cold storage; Creameries; Mississippi State Cooperative Creamery
    • Cold storage locker
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    • E. M. Watson with watermelon

    • Watermelons; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service
    • E. M. Watson, veteran watermelon grower of Webster County, has produced so many melons that he can usually estimate within a pound or two the weight of a big one. He said he uses information from the Agricultural Extension Service to help him grow...
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    • Boys' 4-H club vegetable exhibit

    • 4-H clubs; Corn; Exhibitions; Food crops; Farming; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Vegetables
    • Boys' 4-H club exhibit dispaying corn and other vegetables.
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