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  • Date (original): 1936*
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    • Plow-Up Campaign

    • Cotton
    • Description of the Cotton Plow-Up Campaign.
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    • Carnegie Library in Holly Springs

    • Mississippi Industrial College (Holly Springs, Miss.); Libraries; Universities and colleges
    • Postcard depicting the Carnegie Library building at Mississippi Industrial College in Holly Springs, Mississippi. Note on reverse from Maudline Lewis in Holly Springs to Mrs. Lee McComb in Aberdeen, 26 December 1936.
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    • Rust University

    • Rust College; Universities and colleges
    • Postcard depicting Rust University, an historically African-American college founded by the Methodist Church in Holly Springs, Mississippi in 1866. Note on reverse from Miriam in Holly Springs to Mrs. Fannie McComb in Aberdeen, 27 December 1936.
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    • The Castle

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings; Castles
    • The Castle on Commerce Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi, completed c. 1883 by B.W. DeCourcey and later altered by the Kimmel Brothers. Photographed by James Butters for the Historic American Buildings Survey in 1936.
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    • The South's farm tenancy problem

    • Farmers; Cobb, Cully Alton
    • Printed address by Cully Alton Cobb to the Conference of Rural Ministers at State College, Mississippi in 1936.
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    • The negro farmer and the A. A. A.

    • Agriculture; Cobb, Cully Alton; African-Americans
    • Address by Cully A. Cobb at a conference of African-American agricultural leaders and farmers at Prairie View, Texas, 1936.
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    • Governors' Ball Program

    • White, Hugh Lawson, 1882-1965.; Allred, James V., 1899-1959.; Balls (Parties).; Mississippi State University--Sports.; Texas Christian University--Sports.; Cotton Bowl (Football game); Texas Centennial (1936 : Dallas, Tex.)
    • Mississippi State College vs. T.C.U. Cotton Bowl and Texas Centennial train trip memorabilia: A program detailing the events of the Governors' Entertainment in Dallas on October 23-24, 1936.
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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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    • Governors' Ball Invitation

    • White, Hugh Lawson, 1882-1965.; Allred, James V., 1899-1959.; Balls (Parties). ; Mississippi State University--Sports.; Texas Christian University--Sports.; Cotton Bowl (Football game); Texas Centennial (1936 : Dallas, Tex.)
    • Mississippi State College vs. T.C.U. Cotton Bowl and Texas Centennial train trip memorabilia: An invitation to the October 23, 1936 ""Governors' Ball.""
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    • Boy showing cow

    • Livestock exhibitions; Boys
    • Boy showing cow with wagon and horses in the background.
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    • Letter from Homer Dampeer

    • Loans.; The De Soto Hotel (New Orleans, La.); Stratford Hotel (New Orleans, La.); Williams family.
    • Letter from Homer S. Dampeer to Mims Williams, requesting a $20 loan.
    • Letter
    • Borden plant trucks 2

    • Industry--Oktibbeha County--Mississippi--Photographs. ; Dairy plants--Photographs. ; Dairy industry--Transportation--Photographs.
    • Three Borden plant trucks with milk containers.; General Photographs Collection; Borden Company plant photographs
    • Image
    • Governors' Ball Invitation

    • White, Hugh Lawson, 1882-1965.; Allred, James V., 1899-1959.; Balls (Parties). ; Mississippi State University--Sports.; Texas Christian University--Sports.; Cotton Bowl (Football game); Texas Centennial (1936 : Dallas, Tex.)
    • Mississippi State College vs. T.C.U. Cotton Bowl and Texas Centennial train trip memorabilia: An invitation to the October 23, 1936 ""Governors' Ball.""
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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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    • Texas Centennial Exposition Document

    • Mississippi State University--Sports.; Texas Christian University--Sports.; Cotton Bowl (Football game); Texas Centennial (1936 : Dallas, Tex.)
    • Mississippi State College vs. T.C.U. Cotton Bowl and Texas Centennial train trip memorabilia: Texas Centennial Exposition commemorative ribbon.
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