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    • Evans Memorial Library, Colored Branch, Aberdeen

    • Segregation; Libraries; Evans Memorial Library (Aberdeen, Miss.); Aberdeen (Miss.)
    • Postcard depicting the Colored Branch of Evans Memorial Library in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Undated.
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    • Front Street in Ackerman

    • Ackerman (Miss.); Horse-drawn vehicles; Gibson Grocery Co. (Ackerman, Miss.)
    • Postcard depicting the east end of Front Street in Ackerman, Mississippi. Visible are horse-drawn carriages and the Gibson Grocery Co. Undated.
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    • Post chapel, Columbus Army Flying School

    • Columbus (Miss.); Columbus Air Force Base (Miss.)
    • Post chapel, Columbus Army Flying School, Columbus, Mississippi. Caption on reverse says the chapel is open at all times to all air base personnel of every denomination, with 3 chaplains stationed at each base. Undated.
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    • Mechanics changing engine, Columbus Army Flying School

    • Columbus (Miss.); Columbus Air Force Base (Miss.)
    • Mechanics changing engine, Columbus Army Flying School, Columbus, Mississippi. Caption says crews like this keep the might engines roaring. Undated.
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    • Post theatre, Columbus Army Flying School

    • Columbus (Miss.); Columbus Air Force Base (Miss.)
    • Post theatre, Columbus Army Flying School, Columbus, Mississippi. Caption says theatre has a seating capacity of circa 400 and is operated on a five-day schedule for military personnel only. Undated.
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    • Crash crew, Columbus Army Flying School

    • Columbus (Miss.); Columbus Air Force Base (Miss.)
    • Postcard depicting a crash crew at the Columbus Army Flying School in Columbus, Mississippi. Caption on the reverse says that they are wearing asbestos suits. Undated.
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    • Franklin Bros. Store, Muldon

    • Muldon (Miss.); Franklin Bros. (Muldon, Miss.); Buildings
    • Franklin Brothers Store, Muldon, Mississippi, 1960s.
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    • Muldon street

    • Muldon (Miss.); African-Americans; Buildings; Tanks
    • African-American and child on street in Muldon, Mississippi with water tank in background.
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    • Pat Harrison Waterway information

    • L.N. Dantzler Lumber Co. (Moss Point, Miss.); Pat Harrison Water Way (Miss.); Lumber industry; Reforestation; Petroleum industry and trade; Inland water transportation; Transportation; Forest management
    • Article about the Pat Harrison Waterway, possibly prepared by the Pascagoula-Moss Point Chamber of Commerce, as well as a map drawn by William A. Kolb.
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    • Mississippi Poultry Association constitution and by-laws

    • Mississippi Poultry Association; Poultry; Poultry farms; Associations, institutions, etc.
    • Handbook from the Mississippi Poultry Association detailing the constitution, by-laws, and records of membership. Alphabetical membership list details the poultry breeds raised by members. Includes advertisements.
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    • Mary Holliday McFarland

    • McFarland, Mary Anne (1838-1906); McFarland, Baxter (1839-1925); Holliday, John (1803-1881); Women; Clothing and dress
    • Photograph of Mary Ann Holliday McFarland (1838-1906) of Aberdeen, Mississippi. Daughter of Col. John Holliday (1803-1881) and wife of Chancellor Baxter McFarland (1839-1925).
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    • Canton Fertilizer Plant

    • Stevens, Boswell (Arthur Boswell), 1897-1986; Fertilizer; Mississippi Federated Cooperatives; Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation
    • Canton Fertilizer Plant publicity photo: Seated: H. C. Carter, President, Mississippi Federated Cooperatives (MFC). Standing (left to right): Boswell Stevens, Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) President; Charlie McNeil, MFC General...
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    • Collins poultry processing plant costs

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Poultry; Collins (Miss.); Poultry plants
    • Document describing the building costs of a poultry processing plant in Collins, Mississippi. Probably describes the Collinswood plant.
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    • Interview with Jane Morgan

    • Home economics; Women; Canning and preserving; Chair caning; Families; Farm life
    • Interview with Jane Morgan of Amite County, Mississippi, regarding home economics. Conducted by Mrs. Harris Carmichael.
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    • Dantzler Lumber Company historical data

    • L.N. Dantzler Lumber Co. (Moss Point, Miss.); Business records ; Lumber industry
    • Document detailing historical information about the L. N. Dantzler Lumber Company.
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    • Dantzler Lumber Company land ownership summary

    • L.N. Dantzler Lumber Co. (Moss Point, Miss.); Land tenure; Lumber industry; Griffin family
    • Document detailing the sale of land by Griffin family members of Jackson and Perry Counties to the L.N. Dantzler Lumber Company. Also includes a description of the tramway and fire protection equipment at the Perkinston plant.
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    • Boswell Stevens biographical article

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Stevens, Arthur Boswell, 1897-1986; Agriculture; Conservatism; Noxubee County (Miss.); Stevens family; American Farm Bureau Federation; Agriculture and state
    • Biographical article about Boswell Stevens by an unknown author.
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    • Interview with Betty Newman

    • Home economics; Women; Home demonstration work
    • Interview with Betty Newman of Issaquena County, Mississippi, about the importance of Homemaker's Clubs.
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    • Boswell Stevens Federal Milk Order writing

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Dairy farming; Agricultural prices; Milk
    • Writing for a hearing into milk legislation, supporting a Federal Milk Order to control milk production in Mississippi. Describes Boswell Stevens' Noxubee County background, the dairy business, the work of Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation,
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    • Bradford home postcard

    • Monroe County (Miss.); Dwellings; Architecture, Georgian; Bradford, Benjamin M.
    • Postcard photograph of the Bradford Home in the community of Gladneyville, near Aberdeen, Mississippi, built c. 1855 and torn down c. 1960. Built in the Georgian style by General Benjamin M. Bradford.
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