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  • Collection Title: Service
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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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    • 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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    • 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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    • 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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    • 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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    • Malmaison

    • Dwellings; Malmaison (Carroll County, Miss.); Delta (Miss.: Region)
    • Sideview of Malmaison, historic home of Greenwood Leflore, Carroll County, Mississippi, ca. 1923.
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    • Stewart family farm

    • Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service; Farms; Farm houses; Tennessee Valley Authority
    • Mr. and Mrs. Brown Stewart and their daughter, Myra Sue, in front of their attractive home in the Holly community of Alcorn County (Miss.). The Stewarts operate their farm with the guidance of the Mississippi Agricultural Extension Service as a...
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    • First 4-H club tree

    • 4-H Clubs; Mississippi State College (Starkville, Miss.); Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Tree planting; McKay, A.B.
    • The first 4-H club tree set at State College by 4-H club boys and girls is dedicated to Professor A. B. McKay, Extension Leader in Horticulture. Tree was dedicated January 17, 1933.
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    • Tom Boykin and loblolly pines

    • Smith, F.M.; Lauderbon, Don; Tanner, James E.; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Agricultural extension workers; Forestry; Loblolly pine
    • Sherriff Tom Boykin shows his loblolly pine saplings: (Left to Right): F. M. Smith, County Agent; Tom Boykin; Don Lauderbon, Extension forester; James E. Tanner, 4-H County agent; and Colonel J. T. Ward.
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    • 4-H Club forestry lesson

    • Forestry; 4-H clubs; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Agricultural extension workers
    • 4-H club boys and extension forester studying wood which needs thinning.
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    • Pontotoc County 4-H Club parade

    • 4-H clubs; Parades; Bankhead 4-H Club (Pontotoc County, Miss.);Ecru 4-H Club (Pontotoc County, Miss.); Service stations; Automobiles
    • Parade of Pontotoc County (Miss.) 4-H club members walking down unidentified street.
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    • Jones County 4-H Club parade

    • 4-H clubs; Hebron 4-H Club (Jones County, Miss.); Ellisville 4-H Clubs (Jones County, Miss.); Myrick 4-H Club (Jones County, Miss.); Sharon 4-H Club (Jones County, Miss.); Service stations; Automobiles; Green Lumber Company (Laurel, Miss.); Parades
    • Jones County 4-H club members gathered for a rally.
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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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    • 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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    • Exhibit for Children's Year

    • Children's clothing; Cooperative Extension Service; work; Exhibitions; Children's Year; Infants; Heath; Nutrition
    • Extension exhibit for Children's Year and Baby Week, 1918-1919, including children's clothing and posters
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    • State lime plant Waynesboro

    • Lime; Factories; Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce
    • The inactive State lime plant at Waynesboro, Mississippi is inaccessible to highways and is recommended to be abandoned for agricultural lime. The deposit is heavily overburdened with 10-15 ft. of soil. Former operations of hand digging, air...
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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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    • Better Homes Week Forrest County, view 1

    • Home demonstration work; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Dwellings
    • Home demonstration agent visits a mother and baby at home in Forrest County, Mississippi, during Better Homes Week. View of house and yard.
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    • Better Homes Week Forrest County, view 2

    • Home demonstration work; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Dwellings; Mothers; Babies; Clothing and dress
    • Home demonstration agent visits a mother and baby at home in Forrest County, Mississippi, during Better Homes Week. Close-up view of porch
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    • Soil conservation group

    • Soil conservation; United States. Soil Conservation Service; Buildings
    • Soil conservation group in front of the USDA Soil Conservation office.
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