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    • Aluminum Irrigation Pipe

    • Aluminum pipe.; Mississippi Aluminum Corporation (Gulfport, Miss.)--Photographs.; Railroad cars.; Men's clothing.; Gulfport (Miss.)--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • First carload of extruded aluminum irrigation pipe made by Mississippi Aluminum Corporation's Gulfport factory, May 1954. On hand for the occasion were (left to right): John Lee Gainey, county industrial agent; John Dalier, Mississippi Power...
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    • State 4-H Executive Committee

    • 4-H clubs; Uniforms; Madison County; Oktibbeha County; Noxubee County;Tallahatchie County; Monroe County; Hinds County
    • Officers of the State 4-H Executive Committee: (left to right) Rachael Moore Miller of Madison County, 4th Vice President; Lennox Lewis of Oktibbeha County, 1st Vice President; Christine Chancellor of Noxubee County, Secretary; Lynn Baker of...
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    • Coca-Cola Officials

    • Rand, Clayton, b. 1891--Photographs.; Coast Coca-Cola Bottling Company (Gulfport, Miss.)--Photographs.; Coca-Cola Company--Photographs.; Meadows, R. B., Jr.--Photographs.
    • Coast Coca-Cola's official new plant opening, Gulfport, Mississippi, 1965 attracted a host of The Coca-Cola Company's top management. Left to right: J. Lucian Smith, vice president of Coca Cola; gulfport Mayor R.B. Meadows; Conway Dabney,...
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    • Clarence Morgan, Leo Seal, Sr. and J.T. Brown

    • Imports--Mississippi.; Port of Gulfport (Gulfport, Miss.)--Photographs.; Mississippi Bankers Association--Photographs.;Sodium nitrate.; Gulfport (Miss.)--Photographs.; Coffee.; Clothing.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Display of photographs, statistics and miniature cargoes of the Port of Gulfport by the Gulfport Junior Chamber of Commerce, displayed at the Mississippi Bankers Association convention, 1957. Clarence Morgan, president; Leo Seal, Sr., Hancock Bank...
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    • President Smith supports 4-H

    • Cows; 4-H clubs; Boys; Girls; Mississippi State University; Smith, William Hall
    • William Hall Smith, President of Mississippi A& M College, pictured with boy and girl showing cow. 'The President enjoys and supports boys and girls club work.'
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    • Extension Conference, 1941

    • Agricultural extension workers; Epsilon Sigma Phi; Mississippi Association of County Agricultural Agents
    • Extension Conference, Jackson, Mississippi, October 27-31, 1941. Left to right: Graham Hales, county agent, Hinds County, re-elected president, state county agent's association; Myrtle Kimes, home agent, lee County, elected President, newly...
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    • Walthall 4-H rally 1943

    • 4-H clubs; Awards; New Zion (Miss.)
    • Walthall County Champion, 4-H Rally, 1943. Pictured are (left) Jeanne Fortenberry, New Zion Girls' Club President and (right) Jewell Thomas, New Zion Boys' Club President.
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    • Lewis T. Fitzhugh

    • Whitworth Female College (Brookhaven, Miss.); Women's colleges--Mississippi--History.; Fitzhugh, Lewis T.; East Tennessee, Virginia, and Georgia Railroad Company--Maps.; Railroads--Mississippi--Maps.
    • Drawing of L. F. Fitzhugh, President of Whitworth Female College in Brookhaven, Mississippi. On the back is a map of the East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia Railway System. Though the caption says "L. F. Fitzhugh," this must refer to Lewis T....
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    • Letter, Rebecca Baskin to Franklin D. Roosevelt; 10/18/1935

    • Taxation.; Cotton.; United States. Agricultural Adjustment Act 1933.; Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945.
    • Typed letter from Rebecca Baskin to President Roosevelt, concerning the Cotton Adjustment Act and her cotton ginning allotment and requesting relief from taxes on her unginned cotton crop. Written October 18, 1935. Mrs. Baskin received a reply...
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    • Letter, Frank L. Mathews to Boswell Stevens; 1/19/1960

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Hattiesburg Compress Company (Hattiesburg, Miss.); Stevens, Boswell (Arthur Boswell), 1897-1986; National Cotton Council of America
    • Letter to Boswell Stevens from Hattiesburg Compress Company president Frank L. Mathews, commending him for service as president of the National Cotton Council of America.
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    • Canton Fertilizer Plant

    • Stevens, Boswell (Arthur Boswell), 1897-1986; Fertilizer; Mississippi Federated Cooperatives; Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation
    • Canton Fertilizer Plant publicity photo: Seated: H. C. Carter, President, Mississippi Federated Cooperatives (MFC). Standing (left to right): Boswell Stevens, Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) President; Charlie McNeil, MFC General...
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    • Reveler's Annual Mardi Gras Ball

    • Costumes.; Country clubs--Mississippi--Gulfport.; Mardi Gras--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Revelers portrary Ancient Egypt at Annual Mardi Gras Ball, Gulfport, Mississippi. Left to Right: Mrs. A.V. Hays - Secretary; Mrs. E.A. Fant Jr. - Vice President; Mrs. Roy Anderson - Treasurer; Mrs. Knox White - President.
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    • Mississippi Power in Gulfport

    • Johnson, Paul B., 1916-1985--Photographs.; Watson, A. J.--Photographs.; Gulfport Chamber of Commerce--Photographs.; Dabney, J. Conway--Photographs.; Mississipi Power Company--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Mississippi's Governor Paul Johnson delivered the featured address at the joint civic club luncheon honoring Mississippi Power Company on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. Left to right: A.J. Watson Jr., President of Mississippi Power Company;...
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    • Press period, Jackson, 1941

    • Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service; Journalists; Mississippi Press Association
    • Press period October 31, Extension Conference, Jackson, Mississippi, October 27-31, 1941. Left to right: W. C. Lassetter, editor, Progressive Farmer and Southern Ruralist; J. L. McCorkle, President, Mississippi Press Association and editor of the...
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    • Edward O'Neal Address

    • Mississippi State University--History.; O'Neal, Edward Asbury, 1875-1968.; American Farm Bureau Federation.; Agricultural extension work--Mississippi.; State colleges and universities--History.; Farm and Home Week (Mississippi State College...
    • "The Farmer and His Land Grant College," an address by Edward A. O'Neal, president of the American Farm Bureau Federation, at State College, Mississippi, July 23, 1947.
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    • Aubert C. Dunn and R.L. Ladner

    • Dunn, Aubert C.--Photographs.; Ladner, R. L.--Photographs.; Buena Vista Hotel (Biloxi, Miss.)--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Aubert C. Dunn, Gulfport attorney and former U. S. Congressman was a featured speaker at the convention of the Mississippi County Superintendents of Education Association, 1956, held at the Buena Vista Hotel, Biloxi, Mississippi. With Dunn is R. L....
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    • Letter to Mims Williams

    • W. C. Ellis Co. (Magee, Miss.); Mississippi Colten Oil Co. (Jackson, Miss.); Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924--Inauguration, 1913.
    • Letter to Mims Williams from his brother, Cammie Williams, in Dry Grove, Mississippi, regarding the closing of the W. C. Ellis Co. (where Mims worked). He also asks if Mims will go to Washington on March 4; March 4, 1913 was the inauguration of...
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    • Aldrich Report Excerpts

    • Mississippi State University--History.; Farmers--Mississippi.; Home demonstration work--Mississippi.; Mississippi State College.; Agriculture--Mississippi.; Aldrich, Ransom E., 1894-1950.; Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation.; Agriculture--Europe.;...
    • Excerpts from The Report on Agricultural and Economic Conditions in Europe, by R. E. Aldrich, president of the Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation, on July 23, 1947.
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    • Governor at Dedication

    • Coleman, James Plemon, 1914-.--Photographs.; Brant, Carl A. (Major General)--Photographs.; Hersinger, L.J.--Photographs.; Meadows, R. B. Jr.--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Dedication of Gulfport's new Chamber of Commerce building, 1957. Major General Carl A. Brandt, commanding general Technical Training Air Force, L.J. Hersinger, president of the Gulfport Chamber of Commerce; R. B. Meadows, Jr., Mayor of Gulfport;...
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