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  • Date (original): 1935*
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    • Plow-Up Campaign

    • Cotton
    • Description of the Cotton Plow-Up Campaign.
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    • Letter, Rebecca Baskin to Franklin D. Roosevelt; 10/18/1935

    • Taxation.; Cotton.; United States. Agricultural Adjustment Act 1933.; Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945.
    • Typed letter from Rebecca Baskin to President Roosevelt, concerning the Cotton Adjustment Act and her cotton ginning allotment and requesting relief from taxes on her unginned cotton crop. Written October 18, 1935. Mrs. Baskin received a reply...
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    • Address by Cully Cobb

    • Agriculture; Cobb, Cully Alton
    • Address given by Cully A. Cobb at the "Plant to Prosper" dinner at the Peabody Hotel in Memphis, Tennessee.
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    • 1935 Farm and Home Week Program

    • Mississippi State University--History.; Farmers--Mississippi.; Home demonstration work--Mississippi.; Ricks, J. R.; Mississippi State College.; Agriculture--Mississippi.; Farm and Home Week (Mississippi State College Extension Service)
    • Announcement and program for the Annual Farm and Home Week, Mississippi State College, July 29 - August 3, 1935.
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    • Letter, M. H. McIntyre to Rebecca Baskin; 10/25/1935

    • Taxation.; Cotton.; United States. Agricultural Adjustment Act 1933.; Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945.
    • Letter to Rebecca Baskin from M. H. McIntyre, President Roosevelt's assistant secretary. Typed on White House stationery. Written in response to Mrs. Baskin's letter of October 18, 1935.
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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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    • Report of the Home Economics Department

    • Margarine; American Institute of Home Grown Fats and Oils
    • Report by Lois Dowdle Cobb, director of the American Institute of Home Grown Fats and Oils, about her activities promoting the use of margarine in 1934-1935.
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    • Boy showing cow

    • Livestock exhibitions; Boys
    • Boy showing cow with wagon and horses in the background.
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    • Mississippi Experiment Station herd

    • Cattle; Calves; Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station
    • Mississippi Experiment Station weans their calves from this herd in October. Calves average 400 pounds and have been worth 10 to 11 cents per pound.
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    • Boys' 4-H club exhibit

    • 4-H clubs; Corn; Exhibitions; Food crops; Signs and symbolism
    • Boys' 4-H club exhibit displaying corn, potatoes, and other vegetables, together with the 4-H symbols and creed.
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    • New Orleans

    • New Orleans (La.)--Photographs.; Pralines.; French Quarter (New Orleans, La.)--Photographs.; Automobiles.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • New Orleans French Quarter, ca. 1930s.
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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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    • 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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    • Cattle judging, 1935

    • Farm and Home Week (Miss.); Bulls; Livestock exhibitions; Men's clothing
    • Cattle judging at 1935 Mississippi Farm and Home Week.
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    • Executives of American Agricultural Editors Association

    • Cobb, Cully Alton
    • Executives of American Agricultural Editors Association at Prince of Wales Ranch near Calgary in Canada. (L-R) T.L. Wheeler, Mrs. W.L. Carlyle, John Cunningham, Cully A. Cobb, W.L. Carlyle, and A.B. Calder.
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