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    • Letter to Cammie Williams

    • Courtship--Mississippi--History.; Wit and humor--History.; Hill & Wilson, Drugists (Long Beach, Miss.)
    • Letter to Cammie Williams from C. V. Hill in Long Beach, Mississippi, regarding courtship, crops, and families from Honduras.
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    • Receipt for Two Horses for the Confederacy

    • Darden, Putnam.; Cameron, A. I.; Hill, H.; Confederate States of America. Army. Mississippi Artillery Battalion, 14th Jefferson Flying Artillery Battery.; Fayette (Miss.); Jefferson County (Miss.)--History.
    • Receipt for the purchase of two horses by A.I. Cameron and Putnam Darden from H. Hill for use in the Confederate army.
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    • Letter from Punta Gorda

    • Punta Gorda (Belize)--History.; Agriculture--Belize.
    • Letter from L. K. Hill, a Mississippi native living in Punta Gorda, British Honduras (present-day Belize) to "Nick." Hill describes the people and culture of Punta Gorda for his friend in Mississippi.
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    • Letter to Cammie Williams

    • Courtship--History.; Punta Gorda (Belize); Breckinridge, Clifton Rodes, 1846-1932.; Tariffs--Law and legislation--United States.
    • Letter to Cammie Williams from C. V. Hill in Punta Gorda, British Honduras (present-day Belize). Hill mentions a "tariff bill" that probably refers to the Wilson-Gorman Tariff Act of August, 1894. "Breckenridge" probably refers to Clifton Rodes...
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    • Letter to Cammie Williams

    • Punta Gorda (Belize)
    • Letter to Cammie Williams from L. K. Hill in Punta Gorda, British Honduras (present-day Belize), 1894.
    • Letter
    • Letter to Cammie Williams

    • Long Beach (Miss.); Education--Mississippi--History.; Church services.
    • Letter to Cammie Williams from L. H. Hill in Long Beach, Mississippi, regarding his and his family's new life there.
    • Letter
    • Hill Climbers Announcement

    • Oktibbeha County (Miss.); Starkville (Miss.); Mississippi State Highway Association.; Roads--Mississippi.; Mississippi A&M College--Officials and employees.
    • Humorous announcement concerning a road trip to North Mississippi by the Oktibbeha Hill Climbers, a group of Mississippi A&M College officials and Starkville residents, with a stop at the Mississippi Highway Association meeting in Booneville.
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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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    • Interview with Rodney Foil

    • Mississippi State University--Employees--Interviews; Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station; Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service; Mississippi State University--History; Mississippi State...
    • Oral history; Interview conducted with Rodney Foil on June 18 and 25, 2002 at Mitchell Memorial Library, Mississippi State University. Robert Rodney Foil was born in Bogalusa, Louisiana in 1934. He received his B.S. (1956) and M.S. (1960) in...
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    • Proposed Gulf National Bank Building

    • Gulf National Bank (Gulfport, Miss.)--Photographs.; Banks.; Architectural drawings.; Hill, Milton B.E.--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Proposed Gulf National Bank Building, Gulfport, Mississippi, Milton B. E. Hill, Architect, 1954.
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    • Jasper County 4-H Members

    • 4-H clubs; Rose Hill 4-H Club (Jasper County, Miss.); Children's plays
    • Opal Logan, Grace Logan, Jean Davis, Mamie Lois Braddock, Mildred Boutwell, and Jack Chatham of Rose Hill 4-H Club, Jasper County (Miss.), in 'The Umbrella Man.'
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    • Chancery Court Document

    • Hinds County (Miss.)--History.; Surveying--United States--History.; Chapel Hill (Miss.)--History.; Williams family.
    • Sectional map of Townships 3 and 4, Ranges 2W and 3W, from the Chancery Court of Hinds County, Mississippi. Note to Cam Williams discloses that the map apparently relates to a petition concerning the land area of Chapel Hill, Mississippi.
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    • Cotton insect control meeting

    • Cotton; Hill, Martin Elmo, 1905-1980; Farmers; Agricultural extension workers; Insect pests
    • County Agent (Martin) Elmo Hill discussing cotton insect control measures in community meeting of cotton producers in Humphreys County (Miss.).
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    • Sunset Hill drawing

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Postcard illustration of Sunset Hill, named by former occupant General Reuben Davis, in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built by D. F. Alexander in 1847.
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    • Booneville Institute Document

    • Education--Mississippi--Prentiss County.; Booneville High School (Booneville, Miss.)--Pictorial works.; Teaching--Mississippi--Prentiss County.;
    • Announcement for the Booneville Institute, a teacher education course to be held at the old Booneville High School, by D.A. Hill, Superintendent of Education for Prentiss County.
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    • Sunset Hill

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Sunset Hill, named by former occupant General Reuben Davis, in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built by D. F. Alexander in 1847.
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    • Sunset Hill

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Sunset Hill, named by former occupant General Reuben Davis, in Aberdeen, Mississippi, c. 1940. Built by D. F. Alexander in 1847.
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    • Sunset Hill

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Sunset Hill, named by former occupant General Reuben Davis, in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built by D. F. Alexander in 1847.
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    • Sunset Hill

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Sunset Hill, named by former occupant General Reuben Davis, in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built by D. F. Alexander in 1847.
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    • Sunset Hill

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Sunset Hill, named by former occupant General Reuben Davis, in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built by D. F. Alexander in 1847.
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