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  • Description: Postcard
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    • Postcard; [n. d.]

    • Railroad stations--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • Photographic postcard depicting railroad depot in West, Mississippi. The name ""Clifford Oakes"" is handwritten at the top.
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    • Postcard; [n. d.]

    • Camp Pike (Little Rock, Ark.); United States. Army. 87th Infantry Division.
    • Color postcard depicting a squad drill at Camp Pike in Little Rock, Arkansas.
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    • Postcard; circa 1948

    • Greenwood (Miss.)
    • Postcard depicting the Grand Boulevard in Greenwood, Mississippi.
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    • C.A. Cobb postcard

    • Cobb, Cully Alton
    • Tinted postcard photograph of a corn exhibit by Cully Alton Cobb's boys' club at the Mississippi State Fair of 1912.
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    • Evans Memorial Library, Colored Branch, Aberdeen

    • Segregation; Libraries; Evans Memorial Library (Aberdeen, Miss.); Aberdeen (Miss.)
    • Postcard depicting the Colored Branch of Evans Memorial Library in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Undated.
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    • Front Street in Ackerman

    • Ackerman (Miss.); Horse-drawn vehicles; Gibson Grocery Co. (Ackerman, Miss.)
    • Postcard depicting the east end of Front Street in Ackerman, Mississippi. Visible are horse-drawn carriages and the Gibson Grocery Co. Undated.
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    • Crash crew, Columbus Army Flying School

    • Columbus (Miss.); Columbus Air Force Base (Miss.)
    • Postcard depicting a crash crew at the Columbus Army Flying School in Columbus, Mississippi. Caption on the reverse says that they are wearing asbestos suits. Undated.
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    • Carnegie Library in Holly Springs

    • Mississippi Industrial College (Holly Springs, Miss.); Libraries; Universities and colleges
    • Postcard depicting the Carnegie Library building at Mississippi Industrial College in Holly Springs, Mississippi. Note on reverse from Maudline Lewis in Holly Springs to Mrs. Lee McComb in Aberdeen, 26 December 1936.
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    • Rust University

    • Rust College; Universities and colleges
    • Postcard depicting Rust University, an historically African-American college founded by the Methodist Church in Holly Springs, Mississippi in 1866. Note on reverse from Miriam in Holly Springs to Mrs. Fannie McComb in Aberdeen, 27 December 1936.
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    • Bradford home postcard

    • Monroe County (Miss.); Dwellings; Architecture, Georgian; Bradford, Benjamin M.
    • Postcard photograph of the Bradford Home in the community of Gladneyville, near Aberdeen, Mississippi, built c. 1855 and torn down c. 1960. Built in the Georgian style by General Benjamin M. Bradford.
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    • Rolling Store Postcard

    • Rolling stores--Mississippi--Chickasaw County.; Atkinson, Robert.
    • Materials documenting the Robert Atkinson rolling store: postcard to Robert Atkinson from Eddie Dean Farr, concerning an order from the rolling store.
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    • Postcard from Dunlop Milling Co.

    • Groceries; The Dunlop Milling Co. (Clarksville, Tenn.); Walter Fisher Company; Flour
    • Postcard from the Dunlop Milling Co. to Mrs. W. S. Bates of Houston, Mississippi advertising Aunt Rose self-rising flour.
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    • Julia Johnson

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); African-Americans; Clothing and dress; Brides
    • Julia Johnson, 4044 Fairfax, Aberdeen, Mississippi, dressed in white dress with veil, 1932. Photographic postcard.
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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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