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    • W. N. Puckett Reminiscences

    • Puckett, W. N. (Willis Newbell), 1867-1962.; Columbus Brick Company.; Brick trade--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; Building trades--Mississippi.
    • Reminiscences of W. N. Puckett.
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    • Letter, W. W. Barber to J. I. Ford; 9/1/1947

    • L.N. Dantzler Lumber Company (Moss Point, Miss.); Ten Mile Union Chapel Church; Ten Mile (Miss.); African-American churches; Lumber industry
    • Letter from W. W. Barber of Dantzler Lumber Company to attorney J. I. Ford concerning the construction of the Ten Mile Union Chapel Church, Ten Mile, Mississippi.
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    • Freedmen Agreement

    • Caldwell, J. W. (John W.), 1817-1885.; Caldwell, Eliza, 1798-1864.; Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877) -- Mississippi -- Oktibbeha County.; Freedmen--Mississippi--Oktibbeha County; Caldwell Plantation (Oktibbeha County, Miss.)
    • 1865 agreement of freedmen with J.W. Caldwell, the estate of Mrs. E. Caldwell of Oktibbeha County, Miississippi.
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    • Ascalmore Watershed Dedication, 1963

    • Stevens, Boswell (Arthur Boswell), 1897-1986; Ascalmore Watershed Y-72a-17 Dam (Tallahatchie County, Miss.); Dams
    • Boswell Stevens speaking at the Ascalmore Watershed dedication, representing Governor Ross Barnett. Seated are (left to right): W. C. Neill of Carrollton, J. W. Whitten and W. L. Heard.
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    • John W. Starr Memorial Forest Sign 1

    • Starr, John W.; John W. Starr Memorial Forest--Photographs.
    • Sign for John W. Starr Memorial Forest in Oktibbeha County, Mississippi.
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    • John W. Starr Memorial Forest Sign 2

    • Starr, John W./Photographs/John W. Starr Memorial Forest (Starkville, Miss.)--Photographs.; Mississippi State University--Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station--Photographs.
    • Sign for the Mississippi State University John W. Starr Memorial Forest, Oktibbeha County (Miss.).
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    • W.R. Sullivan and Dewitt C. Lundy

    • Lundy, Dewitt C., 1893-1975; Sullivan, W.R.; 4-H clubs; Corn; Agricultural extension workers
    • Some points on judging corn are shown to County Agent W. R. Sullivan of Holmes County by Dewitt C. Lundy (right) of Lexington, member of the original Holmes County boys' corn club. Lundy was one of four Southern boys to win the first national award...
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    • Wise, Giles, and Mrs. Starr

    • Starr, John W.; Starr, Caroline B.; Wise, Louis--Photographs.; Giles, William L. (William Lincoln), 1911-1997--Photographs.; John W. Starr Memorial Forest--Photographs.; Mississippi State University. Agricultural and Forestry Experiment...
    • Dedication of the John W. Starr National Forest, November 11, 1978. Dr. Louis Wise and Dr. William Giles, Mississippi State University President present a color print of the sign to Mrs. Caroline B. Starr.
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    • Railroad Pass

    • Mobile and Ohio Railroad.; Magruder, W.W.; Railroad passes.
    • Railroad pass for Mobile and Ohio Railroad, issued to W. W. Magruder by E. L. Russell.
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    • Letter to Virginia Williams

    • Beaumont (Tex.)--History.; Land speculation--United States--History.; Williams family.
    • Letter from W. L. Douglass to Virginia Williams, regarding his financial troubles and other family matters.
    • Letter
    • 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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    • McLaurin Delivery Slip; circa 1900-1909

    • Cottonseed oil mills--Mississippi--Brookhaven.; Jackson Cotton Oil Mill Company (Firm: Brookhaven, Miss.); McLaurin, W.W.
    • Delivery slip for W.W. McLaurin of the Jackson Cotton Oil Mill Co.
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    • W. J. Jennings Letter

    • Mississippi State University--History.; Jennings, W. J.; Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College. Poultry Department--History; Poultry--Study and teaching.; Poultry--research.; Clayton, E. P.
    • Letter from E. P. Clayton to W. J. Jennings concerning needs for the poultry husbandry department, 1915.
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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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    • Contract for R. W. Campbell

    • Phoenix Cooperative Association.; Campbell, R. W.; McCormick, J. B.; State Grange of Mississippi.
    • Contract for R. W. Campbell to work at the Phoenix Cooperative Association for $30 a month.
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    • W. L. Watkins & Co.

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); W. L. Watkins & Co. (Aberdeen, Miss.); African-Americans; Minstrels; Telegraph
    • White men, an African-American man, and a child standing outside W. L. Watkins & Co. in Aberdeen, Mississippi. A sign on the building advertises J. A. Coburn's Greater Minstrels.
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    • Evolution of Agriculture in Mississippi

    • Mississippi State University--History.; Agriculture--Mississippi--Oktibbeha County.; Montgomery, W. B.; Evans, J. E.; Higgins, L. A.; Moore, J. S.; Williams, H. F.; Van Cleave, O. E.; Stone, A. H.; Evans, W. A.
    • Pamphlet on the Evolution of Agriculture in Mississippi. A group of Addresses and a Letter Delivered on the Occasion of the Placing of Portraits of Col. W. B. Montgomery and J. E. Evans in the Mississippi Hall of Fame.
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    • Letter from Cammie Williams to Mims Williams

    • Mississippi Cotton Oil Co. (Jackson, Miss.); W. C. Ellis Co.; Mississippi--Economic conditions.; Williams family.
    • Letter from Cammie Williams to his brother, Mims Williams, regarding the closing of the W. C. Ellis Company and other economic and general remarks.
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    • Letters between P. N. Howell and F. W. Freeman; 8/1943

    • L.N. Dantzler Lumber Co. (Moss Point, Miss.); Employees; Lumber industry; Withholding tax; Income tax; Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945; Wit and humor
    • Letter to L. N. Dantzler employee F. W. Freeman from P. N. Howell concerning witholding the income tax from an employee's check. F. W. Freeman letter includes a joke about President Roosevelt.
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    • Boswell Stevens and W. K. Love, Jr.

    • Stevens, Boswell (Arthur Boswell), 1897-1986; New York Cotton Exchange; Cotton
    • W. K. Love, Jr., President of the New York Cotton Exchange. Poster is hanging on front of desk that reads 'It's cotton time U.S.A.'
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