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    • District Forestry Queens

    • Mississippi Forestry Commission--Photographs.; Beauty contests--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • (Left to Right) Miss Peggy Ann Brent, Bogue Chitto, South West District, Miss Katie Ruth James, DeSoto, East Central District, Miss Lillian Smith Tutweiler, North West District, Miss Pat Farve[sic], Kiln, South East District, Miss Ann Armstrong,...
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    • Queen of the Forest

    • Mississippi Forestry Commission--Photographs.; Beauty contests--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • District Forestry Queens, 1950. (Left to Right) Miss Peggy Ann Brent, Bogue Chitto, South West District, Miss Katie Ruth James, DeSoto, East Central District, Miss Lillian Smith Tutweiler, North West District, Miss Pat Farve[sic], Kiln, South East...
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    • District health winners 1925

    • 4-H clubs; Health; Contests; Warren County (Miss.); Kemper County (Miss.); Pontotoc County (Miss.) Forrest County (Miss.)
    • The district wiinners in the Mississippi 4-H health contest at Club Congress, 1925: Delta District, Virginia Brabston (Warren County); Central District, Oriel McArthur (Kemper County); North District, Marie Beasley (Pontotoc County); South...
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    • Plan submitted by Oktibbeha County School District, et als

    • School integration; Segregation; Civil rights; African Americans; Conner, Douglas L.; Starkville (Miss.)
    • Integration plan submitted by the Oktibbeha County School District to the district court of northeast Mississippi.
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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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    • 1924 Southeast District Women's Home Demonstration Clubs Yearbook

    • Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service.; 4-H clubs--Mississippi.; Associations, institutions, etc.--Yearbooks--Mississippi.; Home demonstration work--Mississippi.; Women--Societies and clubs--Mississippi.
    • 1924 yearbook of Mississippi's Southeast District 4-H Women's Home Demonstration Clubs.
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    • District court order for the integration of Starkville Public Schools

    • School integration; Segregation; Civil rights; African Americans; Conner, Douglas L.; Starkville (Miss.)
    • Order from the district court of northeast Mississippi for the end of a segregated (dual) school system and the establishment of an integrated system. Written by Judge Orma R. Smith, 1970.
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    • Memorandum opinion from the Northern Mississippi district court

    • School integration; Segregation; Civil rights; African Americans; Conner, Douglas L.; Starkville (Miss.)
    • Memorandum opinion on Starkville school integration, written by Judge Orma R. Smith of the district court of northeast Mississippi.
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    • 1923 Northwest District Home Demonstration Clubs Yearbook

    • Mississippi State University--Cooperative Extension Service.; 4-H clubs--Mississippi.; Associations, institutions, etc.--Yearbooks--Mississippi.; Home demonstration work--Mississippi.; Women--Societies and clubs--Mississippi.
    • 1923 yearbook of Mississippi's Northwest District 4-H Home Demonstration Clubs.
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    • Plan Simpson and W.L. Heard

    • Heard, W. L.; Soil conservation; Agriculture; Stream ecology
    • Plan Simpson, farmer, left, and W. L. Heard, Tallahatchee River district conservationist, examine newly excavated farm lateral, benefiting 150 acres on five farms in Tippah drainage district. Spoil bank on left will be leveled.
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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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    • 1955 Happier Living Contest Winner

    • Dwellings--Mississippi--Photographs.; Happier Living Contest--Photographs.
    • District winner in Happier Living Contest, Mississippi, 1955.
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    • Fifth Grade Exam; circa 1899-1900

    • Objective tests.; School districts--Mississippi--Lincoln County.
    • Examination questions for fifth graders in the Lincoln County Public School District, for 1899-1900.
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    • Clay County 4-H poultry judging team

    • 4-H clubs; Poultry; Contests; Rushing, Dot Marie; Agricultural extension workers
    • Clay County 4-H poultry judging team made high team score and had highest scoring individual in contest. Front row, left to right - Jackie Ellis, 1943 team member and assistant to coach; Elsie Ray Ellis, Ann Harter; and Dot Marie Rushing, Clay...
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