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    • Amite County 4-H club with Lee bust

    • 4-H clubs; Amite County; Sculpture; Lee, Stephen D. (Stephen Dill), 1833-1908; Mississippi State University (Starkville, Miss.); Lee Hall (Mississippi State University); McCain Hall (Mississippi State University)
    • Nine 4-H members from Amite County with the bust of Stephen D. Lee, on the campus of Mississippi State University: (Left) 1. Cecile O'Brien - Home Demonstration Agent; 2. Hubert Graves; 3. Watson Reynolds; 4. H.H. Lauchley, Jr.; 5. Edward Fleming;...
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    • Bill of Sale from Sheriff

    • Darden, John P.; Laughman, Samuel.; Carradine & Newman (Firm: Jefferson County, Miss.); Darden, David M.; Darden, Samuel W.; Slaves--Mississippi--Jefferson County--Bills of sale.
    • Bill of sale from Jefferson County sheriff Sam Laughman to John P. Darden for 8 slaves sold at legal auction: Jake, wife Esther, and children Henry and Alexander; and Brister, wife Ann, and children Green and Margaret.
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    • Halifax County Pines

    • Shortleaf pine--North Carolina--Halifax County--Photographs.; Loblolly pine--North Carolina--Halifax County--Photographs.; Trees--North Carolina--Halifax County--Photographs.; Lantern slides.; Forestry--North Carolina--Halifax...
    • 10,000 shortleaf and loblolly pines per acre, 23 years-old, 25 feet tall, up to 8"""" diameter.
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    • Barn in flood

    • Floods; Mississippi River; Flood control; Buildings
    • 1927 Mississippi River Flood aftermath: Barn amidst floodwaters; caption reads 'on April 20, 1927 ninety-six hear of dairy cattle were carried to the second story of this barn. On June 8, they were still there'.
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    • Two Damaged Cabins

    • Floods--Mississippi--Washington County--Photographs.; Mississippi River--Floods--Photographs.; Buildings--Mississippi--Washington County--Photographs.; Dwellings--Mississippi--Washington County--Photographs.; Glass negatives.
    • Two cabins 8 miles from Mounds Landing wrecked by 1927 flood, holes washed under them by current forced under them.
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    • Leland Mississippi flooded street

    • Floods; Mississippi River; Flood control; Automobiles; Buildings
    • 1927 Mississippi River Flood aftermath: Automobiles driving through floodwaters past houses on street in Leland, Mississippi, June 8, 1927. Sign says 'Welcome to Leland Mississippi, Make Yourself at Home, Rotary Luncheon Friday noon Fletcher Hotel'.
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    • Sadye Hunter Wier at 8 Years Old

    • Wier, Sadye H.--Photographs.; Children's costumes--United States--Mississippi--Photographs.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • Sadye Hunter Wier at 8 years old, c. 1914.
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    • Leland Mississippi flooded street

    • Floods; Mississippi River; Flood control; Automobiles; Buildings; Boats
    • 1927 Mississippi River Flood aftermath: Boat and automobile driving through floodwaters, street in Leland, Mississippi across from Leland Oil Works, June 8, 1927. Sign says 'Welcome to Leland Mississippi, Make Yourself at Home, Rotary Luncheon...
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    • Heathman Plantation

    • Aerial views--Mississippi--Sunflower County--Photographs.; Heathman Plantation (Sunflower County, Miss.)--Photographs.; Airplanes--Mississippi--Sunflower County.; Plantations--Mississippi--Sunflower County--Photographs.
    • No. 8 of a set of 12 exposures showing the entire plantation at Heathman, Miss. Altitude 7000 ft.
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    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation statement

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; United States. Congress. House of Representatives; Committees; Economic policy; Agriculture and state; Farm income
    • Statement of the Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation to the House Agriculture Subcommittee on Equipment, Supplies, and Manpower with Regard to Farm Costs and Net Farm Income, presented by David H. Bennett, Vice-President, in Memphis, Tennessee, on...
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    • Extension Ideal Development Address

    • Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service.; Lloyd, W. A.; Agricultural extension work--United States.; Smith-Lever Act.; State colleges and universities.
    • "Development of the Extension Ideal in the Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities," an address prepared for delivery May 8, 1944, before the Mu Chapter, Epsilon Sigma Phi, Washington, D.C., by W. A. Lloyd.
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    • Humphreys 4-H Club members

    • 4-H clubs; Humphreys County (Miss.); 4-H Club Congress (Miss.);Mississippi State University (Starkville, Miss.); McCain Hall (Mississippi State University); Sculpture
    • Humphreys County (Miss.) 4-H club members in front of McCain Hall, Mississippi State University: '1. Mary Alice Aust; 2. Frances Knight; 3. Ruth McCauley; 4. Evelyn Carter; 5. Ruby Linebarger; 6. Ethel Breeland; 7. Leana Minchew; 8. Billie F....
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    • Hancock Club with bust

    • 4-H clubs; 4-H Club Congress (Miss.); Busts; Lee, Stephen D. (Stephen Dill), 1833-1908; McCain Hall (Mississippi State University)
    • 4-H club members from Hancock County (Miss.) examine the bust of Stephen D. Lee, on the campus of Mississippi State College (Starkville, Miss.): (left to right): 1. Linton Lee; 2. Eleanor Smith, H.D.A.; 3. Betty Lou Lee; 4. Dennis Cuevas; 5. Irene...
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    • Hermione Experiments

    • Agriculture--Louisiana--Madison Parish--Photographs.; Plants--Effect of poisons on--Photographs.; Field crops--Louisiana--Madison Parish--Photographs.; Cotton--Research--Louisiana--Madison Parish--Photographs.; Hermione Plantation (Madison Parish,...
    • Hermione, Cut D. Dividing line between calcium aresenate plat- 4 days application on right, and Bob White's plat- 8 days application on left, showing growth and surroundings.
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    • Aaron Spell Bankruptcy Declaration, 1842

    • Bankruptcy--Mississippi--Holmes County.; United States. District Court (Mississippi : Southern District)
    • Declaration of bankruptcy for A. Spell 20 February 1842, signed by District Judge Samuel J. Gholson, Jackson, Mississippi. Spell first filed for bankruptcy on 8 November 1842.
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    • Agricultural and Mechanical College Bulletin, July 1910

    • Mississippi State University--History.; Agriculture--Mississippi--Oktibbeha County.; Farming--Mississippi.; Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College.
    • Agricultural and Mechanical College Bulletin, Volume 7, Number 4 (July 1910), with announcement of the Farmers' Short Course in Agriculture, from August 8 to August 20, 1910, and the Round-up Institute on August 18, 19, and 20.
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    • Two Cotton Piles

    • Agriculture--Mississippi--Photographs.; Field crops--Mississippi--Photographs.; Farming--Mississippi--Photographs.; Cotton--Mississippi--Photographs.; Glass negatives.
    • Two piles of cotton. Left -- cotton after corn. Right -- cotton after corn and soybeans (increase of 48.8% the first year.).
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    • Doris Youngblood

    • 4-H Club Congress (Miss.); Beauty contests; Clothing and dress; Glen Allen (Miss.)
    • Doris Youngblood, Glen Allen, Washington County, Mississippi. Score - 98.8. Mississippi 4-H Club Congress, 1932.
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    • Aaron Spell Spivey Account, 1844 1845

    • Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.; General stores--Mississippi--Holmes County.; R.H. Spivey & Co.
    • 25 February 1845 itemized receipt to Aaron Spell from R. H. Spivey for dry goods and labor services between 30 January 1844 and 8 April 1844.
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    • Cotton Field

    • Plants--Photographs.
    • Allen 3-5-40 {8 appl.}{1appl.} Defoliated.
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