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    • Ella May Cresswell Essay

    • Mississippi State University--History.; Home demonstration work--Mississippi.; Cresswell, May.
    • Essay by Margaret Cresswell describing May Cresswell's life, achievements, and involvement with home demonstration work.
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    • Women looking at club yearbook

    • Home demonstration work; Women; 4-H clubs; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Little, Alice Irene, 1903-1983; Cresswell, May (Ella May), 1887-1962
    • Group of home demonstration participants looking over the club yearbook. On the left are May Cresswell and Alice Little.
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    • Home Demonstration Clubs Look to the Future

    • Mississippi State University--History.; Home demonstration work--Mississippi.; Cresswell, May.
    • Document by May Cresswell, State Home Demonstration Agent, on the state of Home Demonstration Clubs, and the outlook for future activity.
    • Document
    • Blakeslee Kindergarten Class of 1962

    • Kindergarten--Mississippi--Photographs.; Children's clothing.; African-American women.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Bayou View Kindergarden, Blakeslee Kindergarten Class of 1962: Fourth row: Mrs. Cecil Saucier, Mary McDowell, Susan Show, Don Wilson, Scott Roberts, Todd Peacock, Doug White, Boyd BEnefield, Laurie Shubert, Howard Vidrine, Tisa McMurtray, Scott...
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    • Aaron Spell Account, 1835 1836

    • Cotton industry--1830-1840.; Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.
    • 24 May 1836, letter/cotton receipt from Leigh Maddux & Co. for cotton sales between January 1835 to June 1836 to various names, sold for Aaron Spell by Maddux & Woods. This is a large document on hand-cut paper.
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    • Letter from Lulu

    • Spiritualism--United States--History--19th century.; Opera--United States--19th century.; Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870.
    • Letter from "Lulu" (Martha Louisa Starr) in Charleston, South Carolina, to her fiance. They were married in December of 1870, and Wednesday fell on May 4 in 1870. She mentions meeting Robert E. Lee; he died only five months later.
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    • Aaron Spell Ewing Account, 1835

    • Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.; General stores--Mississippi--Holmes County.
    • Itemized account from Jas. S. Ewing to Aaron for household goods purchased between May 1833 and July 1835.
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    • Aaron Spell Fulton Account, 1836

    • Cotton industry--1830-1840.; Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.
    • 6 May 1836, letter/cotton account to Aaron Spell from Jas. S. Ewing in Canton, Mississippi for sales in New Orleans by Leigh Maddux & Co. from January 1835 to April 1836.
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    • Newton County Forestry field day

    • Forestry--Mississippi--Newton County--Photographs.; Miller, Anne--Photographs.; Tree farmers--Photographs.
    • Anne Miller of Lucedale, Mississippi's Queen of the Forest, presents tree farm certificates at Newton County forestry Field Day, May 20, 1953.
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    • Forestry schools and education

    • May, William M.--Photographs.; Illinois Central Railroad Company--Photographs.; Forestry--Mississippi.; Mississippi Forestry Association--Photographs.; Roosevelt State Park (Miss.)--Photographs.; Forestry schools and education--Mississippi.; Dixie...
    • Mississippi Forestry Association Boys' Conservation School, Roosevelt State Park, Morton, Mississippi. Illinois Central Forester William M. May explains the use of devices and chemicals used to kill undesirable trees in woods to some boys1960.
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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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    • First Christian Church

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); First Christian Church (Aberdeen, Miss.); Churches; Restoration movement (Christianity); Campbell, Alexander, 1788-1866
    • First Christian Church in Aberdeen, Mississippi, organized in 1851 as part of the Restoration movement. Alexander Campbell visited and preached at the church in May of 1859. The present building was erected in 1925.
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    • Fire Chiefs Meeting

    • Fire departments--Southern States--Photographs.; Tishomingo State Park (Tishomingo County, Miss.)--Photographs.
    • Fire Chiefs Meeting at Tishomingo State Park, May 26-30, 1941. Front row (left to right): C. O. Batson, Mississippi; [?]; Forrest Yawn; J. W. K. Holliday, USFS, Atlanta; Victor MacNaughton, USFS, Mississippi; [?]; W. H. (Bill) Mitchell, Oklahoma. ...
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    • Magnolia 4-H Club

    • 4-H clubs; Uniforms; Girls
    • Members of the Magnolia 4-H Club from Picayune (Miss.). Left to right: Etha May Seals, Katherine McKee, Lucille Smith, Magaret Formby, Willie Mae Spiers, Aretha Smith, Dorothy Formby, Hilda Formby. Top row: Edith Walker, Edna Wierengo, Onieta...
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    • Aaron Spell Account, 1836

    • Cotton industry--1830-1840.; Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.
    • 31 Aug 1836 letter/cotton receipt from Leigh Maddux & Co. for cotton sales between May 1836 to August 1836 to various names, sold for Aaron Spell by Maddux & Woods.
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    • Fort Massachusetts

    • Fort Massachusetts (Ship Island, Miss.)--Photographs.; Fortification--United States--Mississippi--Photographs.; Saltwater encroachment--Mississippi.; Gulf Coast (Miss.)--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • "Coast-Wide effort may save fort": Waves lap at walls of Fort Massachusetts, Ship Island, Missisippi, 1965.
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    • Fort Massachusetts

    • Fort Massachusetts (Ship Island, Miss.)--Photographs.; Fortification--United States--Mississippi--Photographs.; Gulf Coast (Miss.)--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • "Coast-Wide effort may save fort": Archways at Fort Massachusetts, Ship Island, Mississippi, have been shored up temporarily by wooden timbers, 1965.
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    • Fort Massachusetts

    • Fort Massachusetts (Ship Island, Miss.)--Photographs.; Fortifications--United States--Mississippi.; Beaches--Mississippi.; Gulf Coast (Miss.)--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • "Coast-Wide effort may save fort": Hurricane Betsy furthered damaged Fort Massachusetts, Ship Island, Mississippi. Photograph shows the condition of the fort, 1965.
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    • It's time for some straight thinking on agricultural research

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; National Cotton Council of America; Cotton; American Cotton Congress; Agriculture; Research
    • 'It's Time For Some Straight Thinking on Agricultural Research'': address by William Rhea Blake, executive vice president of the National Cotton Council, before the American Cotton Congress, in Waco, Texas, May 5, 1959.
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    • Aaron Spell Maddux Woods Account, 1835

    • Cotton industry--1830-1840.; Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.
    • 22 June 1835 letter/cotton receipt transmitting $30.00 from Maddux & Woods to Aaron Spell. Receipt details cotton sales from May 1834 to June 1835 to various persons, sold for Aaron Spell by Maddux & Woods, New Orleans.
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