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    • Interview with William M. Bost

    • Mississippi State University--Employees--Interviews; Mississippi State University--Alumni and alumnae; Mississippi State University--History; Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service; Mississippi State University. Cooperative...
    • Oral history; Interview with William M. Bost, conducted on July 10, 2002 at Mitchell Memorial Library, Mississippi State University. Dr. Bost was born in Ecru, Pontotoc County, Mississippi, in 1924 and grew up on a farm. After serving in the...
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    • Clay County Extension Agent Narrative Report

    • Camp Pushmataha (Lowndes County, Miss.); Cattle--Mississippi--Clay County.; Clay County Corn Club (Miss.); Clay County Cotton Club (Miss.); Clay County (Miss.); Clay County Pig Club (Miss.); Clay County Rotary Club (Miss.); Clippings (Books,...
    • Narrative Report from Clay County Extension Agent Thomas Douglas.
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    • Willis Outdoor Lecture

    • Farming--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; Willis, J. W.--Photographs.; Horner, Jack--Photographs.
    • Snapshot of State Agent J. W. Willis lecturing to a small gathering of farmers who met to inspect fertilizer and variety test at Jack Horner's.
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    • Extension Conference, 1941

    • Agricultural extension workers; Epsilon Sigma Phi; Mississippi Association of County Agricultural Agents
    • Extension Conference, Jackson, Mississippi, October 27-31, 1941. Left to right: Graham Hales, county agent, Hinds County, re-elected president, state county agent's association; Myrtle Kimes, home agent, lee County, elected President, newly...
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    • 4-H club leaders

    • 4-H clubs; Tanner, James E.; Johnson, Harper Stewart, 1894-1983; Massey, Elaine E.; Hurst, Fred J., 1889-1977; Uniforms; Agricultural extension workers
    • 4-H Boys' and Girls' club leaders (Left to Right): James E. Tanner, first State Agent, Boys' 4-H work (1919-1942); H. S. ""Major"" Johnson, State 4-H Club Header; Elaine E. Massey, first Girls' 4-H Club agent (1923-1942); Fred J. Hurst, district...
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    • Superphosphate test

    • Brooks, Tom; Chafee, Miles; Agriculture; Farms; Phosphates; Soil management; Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service; Agricultural extension workers
    • Mississippi Extension Agent Tom Brooks aided by Assistant County Agent Miles Chafee checking green weight and preparing reports for the County Agent on the demonstration conducted by Mr. Brooks to determine the value of triple superphosphate. 100...
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    • Robert E. Lee Scholarship Fund brochure

    • Scholarships; African-Americans; Agricultural extension agents; Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College; Communism; Education
    • Brochure for the Robert E. Lee Scholarship Fund, Inc., a fund named for extension agent Robert E. Lee, who served as extension agent for Rankin and Sunflower counties.
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    • Press period, Jackson, 1941

    • Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service; Journalists; Mississippi Press Association
    • Press period October 31, Extension Conference, Jackson, Mississippi, October 27-31, 1941. Left to right: W. C. Lassetter, editor, Progressive Farmer and Southern Ruralist; J. L. McCorkle, President, Mississippi Press Association and editor of the...
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    • Retired Railway Express Agent, A. A. Gardner

    • Spotted seatrout.; Fishing rods.; Gardner, A. A.--Photographs.; Clothing.; Railway Express Agency--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • A. A. Gardner, retired Agent, Railway Express with his catch of spotted seatrout, Gulfport, Mississippi, 1955..
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    • Mississippi delegates in Washington, 1933

    • 4-H clubs; Washington (D.C.); Uniforms; Tanner, James E.; Massey, Elaine
    • National 4-H Club Camp, Washington, D.C., 1933. Mississippi Delegates left to right: J. E. Tanner, state 4-H club agent; Austin Hoxie, Warren County; Susie Poss, Leflore County; Jimelle Brock, Hinds County; Jabus Singley, Marion County; Elaine...
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    • 4-H Club Leaders Hand-Book

    • Mississippi State University--History.; 4-H clubs--Mississippi.; Wilson, R. S.; Massey, Elaine.; Tanner, James E.; Associations, institutions, etc.--Guidebooks--Mississippi.
    • Club Leaders' Hand-Book for Boys' and Girls' 4-H Club Work in Mississippi, by Elaine Massey, State Girls' Club Agent, and Jas. E. Tanner, State Boys' Club Agent.
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    • Charlie Henderson and grand champion

    • 4-H clubs; African-American county agricultural agents; Livestock exhibitions; Cypress, George C., 1916-1955; Williams, John R.
    • Charlie Henderson with the grand champion cow. District agent Mr. John R. Williams Negro 4-H club agent G. C. (George C.) Cypress with him.
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    • First Tree Planting Machine

    • Mincher Tractor Co. (Hattiesburg, Miss.); Bank of Wiggins (Wiggins, Miss.)--Photographs.; Logging--Machinery--Mississippi--Wiggins--Photographs.; Watts, Robert J.--Photographs.; Pratt, Chester--Photographs.; Farlow, Paul R.--Photographs.; Rowell,...
    • First tree planting machine bought by Bank of Wiggins, made by Mincher Tractor Co., Hattiesburg, with Illinois Central Railroad blueprints under direction of John G. Guthrie. Chester Pratt, Editor, Stone Co. Enterprise; Paul Farlow, General...
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    • John Moore and John G. Guthrie with tree planter

    • Forestry--Mississippi--Photographs.; Guthrie, John G.--Photographs.; Illinois Central Railroad--Photographs.; Logging--Machinery--Photographs.
    • John Moore, Illinois Central Railroad General Agent, Gulfport (Miss.), with John G. Guthrie, Forestry agent, Illinois Central Railroad with the Illinois Central Railroad mechanical tree planter.
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    • W.R. Sullivan and Dewitt C. Lundy

    • Lundy, Dewitt C., 1893-1975; Sullivan, W.R.; 4-H clubs; Corn; Agricultural extension workers
    • Some points on judging corn are shown to County Agent W. R. Sullivan of Holmes County by Dewitt C. Lundy (right) of Lexington, member of the original Holmes County boys' corn club. Lundy was one of four Southern boys to win the first national award...
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    • Tom Boykin and loblolly pines

    • Smith, F.M.; Lauderbon, Don; Tanner, James E.; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Agricultural extension workers; Forestry; Loblolly pine
    • Sherriff Tom Boykin shows his loblolly pine saplings: (Left to Right): F. M. Smith, County Agent; Tom Boykin; Don Lauderbon, Extension forester; James E. Tanner, 4-H County agent; and Colonel J. T. Ward.
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    • Greene County boys

    • 4-H clubs; Greene County (Miss.)
    • Greene County 4-H Club boys at Sand Hill Community Fair, September 1920. J. R. Bradshaw, county agent, Miss Dixie May, home agent.
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    • 1925 Boys' and Girls' 4-H Clubs Year Book

    • Mississippi State University--History.; 4-H clubs--Mississippi.; Associations, institutions, etc.--Yearbooks--Mississippi.; Wilson, R. S.; Massey, Elaine.; Tanner, James E.
    • Year Book for Boys' and Girls' 4-H Clubs of Mississippi for 1925, by Elaine Massey, State Girls' Club Agent, and J. E. Tanner, State Boys' Club Agent.
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    • Aluminum Irrigation Pipe

    • Aluminum pipe.; Mississippi Aluminum Corporation (Gulfport, Miss.)--Photographs.; Railroad cars.; Men's clothing.; Gulfport (Miss.)--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • First carload of extruded aluminum irrigation pipe made by Mississippi Aluminum Corporation's Gulfport factory, May 1954. On hand for the occasion were (left to right): John Lee Gainey, county industrial agent; John Dalier, Mississippi Power...
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