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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. 9 of a set of 12 exposures showing the entire plantation at Heathman, Miss. Altitude 7000 ft.
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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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    • February 9, 1944 Miss-State-Ment

    • Mississippi State University--History.; Army Specialized Training Program (U.S.); Mississippi State College.; Balls (Parties)--Mississippi--Oktibbeha County.; Davis, Leslie E.; Basketball--Mississippi--Oktibbeha County.;...
    • The Miss-State-Ment, a student newsletter for Mississippi State College, Volume 1, Number 3 (Wednesday, February 9, 1944).
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    • Cotton Height at First Poisoning

    • Agriculture--Photographs.; Plants--Effect of poisons on--Photographs.; Field crops--Photographs.; Cotton--Research--Photographs.
    • General view, Cut 9, plat #2, showing height of cotton at first poisoning.
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    • Montrose Cotton Height

    • Agriculture--Louisiana--Madison Parish--Photographs.; Plants--Effect of poisons on--Photographs.; Field crops--Louisiana--Madison Parish--Photographs.; Cotton--Research--Louisiana--Madison Parish--Photographs.; Montrose Plantation (Madison Parish,...
    • General view showing height of cotton at first poisoning. Montrose, Cut 9, plat #2.
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    • Aaron Spell Receipt, 3/9/1841

    • Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Taxation, State--Mississippi.; Nathan, A.M. (Asher M.)
    • 9 March 1841 Aaron Spell receipt of A.M. Nathan for $50.00, Benton, Mississippi, per the hands of Chs. E. Mound.
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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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    • Cotton Field

    • Panther Forest Plantation (Chicot County, Ark.)--Photographs.; Cotton--Arkansas--Chicot County--Photographs.; Agriculture--Arkansas--Chicot County--Photographs.; Plantations--Arkansas--Chicot County--Photographs.
    • West side of cut #9, looking east. View taken from inside rear of truck.
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    • Memo from Charles F. Brannan; 4/23/1951

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; United States. Dept. of Agriculture; Committees; Food crops; Feed grain program; Livestock; Meat
    • Memorandum No. 9 from Charles F. Brannan, Secretary of Agriculture and Chairman of the National Agriculture Mobilization Committee, to members of the State Agricultural Mobilization Committee. Concerns the need for higher production of feed grains,...
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    • African-Americans waiting for train, Starkville, 1/1923

    • African-Americans; Wier, Letha (d. 1923); Wier, Robert K.; Mississippi Extension Service; Blumenfeld and Fried (Starkville, Miss.)
    • African-Americans waiting near Lampkin Street in Starkville, Mississippi for the train that will take the body of Letha Gilliam Wier, second wife of Robert Wier, to her home town of Clarksdale, Mississippi. Letha G. Wier was a home demonstration...
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    • Shirley Cotton Height

    • Agriculture--Louisiana--Madison Parish--Photographs.; Plants--Effect of poisons on--Photographs.; Field crops--Louisiana--Madison Parish--Photographs.; Cotton--Research--Louisiana--Madison Parish--Photographs.; Shirley Plantation (Madison Parish,...
    • Close up showing height of cotton at first poisoning. Shirley Plantation. Cur 9, plat #1.
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    • Sam Williams and Jack Temple

    • Williams, Sam--Photographs.; Temple, Jack--Photographs.; Fishing--Mississippi--Bay St. Louis--Photographs.; Spotted seatrout--Mississippi.; Fishing boats--Mississippi--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Sam Williams secretary-manager of the Gulfport Chamber of Commerce and Jack Temple of Gulfport caught some 113 speckled trout near the railroad bridge in Bay St. Louis on October 9, 1964.
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    • Aaron Spell Nathan Receipt Letter, 1/14/1841

    • Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Steamboats.; Panola (Steamboat)
    • 14 January 1841 3 page letter/receipt from A.M.Nathan for 30 bales cotton brought from steamboat Panola, Manchester, Mississippi, and sold 9 January 1841.
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    • Woman in Hole

    • Floods--Mississippi--Washington County--Photographs.; Mississippi River--Floods--Photographs.; Buildings--Mississippi--Washington County--Photographs.; Dwellings--Mississippi--Washington County--Photographs.; Glass negatives.
    • Farm site: Dr. Etherly Place, 9 miles from Mounds Landing. Mrs. B. B. Payne standing in hole washed where barn had washed away during flood of 1927. In rear, B. B. Payne in hole washed under farm residence before it joined floating debris.
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