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    • Grassland Farms catalog for S. C. Rhode Island Reds, 1926

    • Rhode Island red chicken; Chicken industry; Grassland Farms (Strongs, Miss.); Animal pedigrees
    • 1926 catalog of mating lists, awards, and prices for 'super strain' S. C. Rhode Island Reds chickens at Grassland Farms, owned by Henry Duke Watson in Strongs, Mississippi.
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    • Grassland Farms catalog for S. C. Rhode Island Reds, 1931

    • Rhode Island red chicken; Chicken industry; Grassland Farms (Strongs, Miss.); Animal pedigrees
    • 1931 catalog of mating lists and prices for 'super strain' Rhode Island Reds chickens at Henry Duke Watson's Grassland Farms, 'priced to meet the times.' They note that this is not their usual catalog, because they cut expenses to allow lower...
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    • Receipt for a Horse for the Confederacy

    • Darden, Putnam.; Cameron, A. I.; Buckets, Henry M.; Confederate States of America. Army. Mississippi Artillery Battalion, 14th Jefferson Flying Artillery Battery.; Meadville (Miss.); Franklin County (Miss.)--History.
    • Receipt for the purchase of a horse by A.I. Cameron and Putnam Darden from Henry M. Buckets for use in the Confederate army.
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    • Bill of Sale for Henry

    • Darden, John P.; McVoy, Jos.; Egypt (Miss.)--History.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Chickasaw County.; Slaves--Mississippi--Chickasaw County--Bills of sale.
    • Bill of sale from Jos. McVoy to John P. Darden for a slave boy named Henry. Transaction took place in Egypt, Mississippi.
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    • Dorothy Dickins dairy marketing report and related correspondence

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station; Dairy products; Milk; Agriculture; Marketing research; Advertising; Posters; Grocery trade
    • Dairy products investigation proposal and final report ' Advertising dairy products in grocery stores', a study funded by the American Dairy Association and conducted by Dr. Dorothy Dickins for the Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station. Also...
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    • Clayton Rand and Henry Luce 2

    • Rand, Clayton, 1891--Photographs.; Luce, Henry Robinson, 1898-1967--Photographs.; Mississippi authors--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Rand and prominent 20th century magazine publisher and editor Henry Luce.
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    • Clayton Rand and Henry Luce

    • Rand, Clayton, b. 1891--Photographs.; Luce, Henry Robinson, 1898-1967--Photographs.;Mississippi authors--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Rand and prominent 20th century magazine publisher and editor Henry Luce.
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    • Aaron Spell Account 25 Bales, 1848

    • Cotton industry--1840-1850.; Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Steamboats.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Pat Henry (Steamboat)
    • 4 March 1848 cotton receipt from A. M. Nathan, for 25 bales cotton on Steamboat Pat Henry from Yazoo City, Mississippi, sold by A. M. Nathan and C. E. Mount. Second page is 18 June 1849 cotton receipt for 7 bales of cotton on Steamboat Hard Times...
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    • Bill of Sale for 5 Slaves

    • Darden, John P.; Browning, Wm H.; Port Gibson (Miss.)--History.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Claiborne County.; Slaves--Mississippi--Claiborne County--Bills of sale.
    • Bill of sale from William H. Browning to John P. Darden for five slaves: Ruben, William, Henry, Fanny, and Jane. Transaction took place in Gibson, Mississippi.
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    • Aaron Spell Account 4 Bales, 1842

    • Cotton industry--1840-1850.; Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Steamboats.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Algonquin (Steamboat)
    • 10 February 1842 receipt from Grayson Henry, Esquire to Charles E. Mount, Agent for 4 bales of cotton received from the steamer Algonquin and sold in New Orleans.
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    • Board Meeting

    • Corley, Si (Silas Edward), 1900-1989--Photographs.; Mississippi State University--Alumni--Photographs.; Mississippi Forestry Commission--Photographs.
    • Mississippi Forestry Commission, 1955. Seated Left to Right: James R. Clark, Crosby Lbr. & Mfg. Co., Crosby, Miss., Henry T. Crosby, Henry T. Crosby Co., Greenville, Miss., S. E. ""Si"" Corley, Commissioner of Agriculture, Jackson, Miss., R. M....
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    • William Henry Mitchell and calf

    • 4-H clubs; Mississippi; Walthall County (Miss.); Calves; Livestock exhibitions
    • William Henry Mitchell of Tylertown (Miss.) won top honors with his calf at the Walthall County Livestock Show and then went to Hattiesburg and won grand champion. His calf sold for $1 a pound, bringing $795 at the Forrest County Show in 1944.
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    • Aaron Spell Nathan Letter 12/25/1840

    • Cotton industry--1840-1850.; Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Steamboats.; Patrick Henry (Steamboat)
    • 25 December 1840 letter from A. M. Nathan of New Orleans, via the steamer Patrick Henry, to Aaron Spell concerning shipping cotton to New Orleans in the upcoming year.
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    • Out of the Past

    • Wallace, Henry Agard, 1888-1965--Photographs.; Woleben, Dean--Photographs.; Shoemaker, A. P.--Photographs.; Harrison, Byron Patton, 1881-1941.; Rand, Clayton, b. 1891--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Clayton Rand, A.P. Shoemaker, Dean Woleben, and Henry Wallace; Photo taken at the Edgewater Gulf Hotel at the time of U.S. Senator Pat Harrison's death in June 1941.
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    • Interview with Ruth Irwin

    • Home economics; Home economics extension work; Women; 4-H clubs; Canning and preserving; Farm life; Family life
    • Interview with Ruth A. Tucker Irwin (1899-1990), wife of Philip Henry Irwin (1894-1979), about home extension work in Warren County, Mississippi. Conducted by Mrs. E. R. McKnight in April 1982.
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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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    • Farmers Central Market Dedication Day 2

    • Farmers' Central Market (Jackson, Miss.)--Photographs. Corley, Si (Silas Edward), 1900-1989--Photographs.; Mitchell, Fred Tom, 1891-1953--Photographs.; Mississippi State University--Alumni--Photographs.; Wright, Fielding Lewis,...
    • Dedication Day, Farmers Central Market, Jackson, Mississippi. 1st row, left to right: Dr. Fred Mitchell, Si Corley, Governor Fielding Wright, Bill Barksdale, Clifford Hope; second row: S. W. Box, ---, Senator Henry, ---, Commissioner Patterson,...
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    • Mrs. Carrie Steele

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); African-American women; Clothing and dress
    • Mrs. Carrie Steele, wife of Henry Steele, African-American merchant of Aberdeen, Mississippi.
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    • Bill of Sale from Sheriff

    • Darden, John P.; Laughman, Samuel.; Maunsel White & Co. (Firm: Jefferson County, Miss.); Darden, David M.; Slaves--Mississippi--Jefferson County--Bills of sale.
    • Bill of sale from Jefferson County sheriff Sam Laughman to John P. Darden for 3 slaves sold at legal auction: Henry, Sarah, and Caroline.
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    • Franklin Roosevelt with first check from Plow-Up Campaign

    • Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945; Cotton; Cobb, Cully Alton
    • President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivering the first check in the 1933 Cotton Plow-Up Campaign to William E. Morris, tenant farmer, Nueces County, Texas. Witnessing are (L-R) Marvin M. Jones, Cully A. Cobb, E.R. Eudaly, Richard Kleberg, and Henry...
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