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    • The Smith-Kleberg Bill

    • Margarine; Margarine industry; American Institute of Home Grown Fats and Oils; Cobb, Lois D. (Lois Dowdle), 1889-1987; United States. Smith-Kleberg Bill (1934)
    • Pamphlet about the Smith-Kleberg Bill (S. 3203 and H. R. 8050), published by the American Institute of Home Grown Fats and Oils. The purpose of the bill was to promote the use of margarine and remove some of the restrictions and tariffs on the...
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    • William S. Mauldin

    • Mauldin, William S., Jr.--Photographs.; Dwellings--Mississippi--McHenry198--Photographs.
    • Mr. William S. (Bill) Mauldin in McHenry (Miss.).
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    • Bill from Hollingsworth Bros.

    • Hollingsworth Bros. (Crystal Springs, Miss.); Grocery trade--Mississippi--History.; Joseph Levy & Bro. (New Orleans, La.)
    • Bill for Henry Butler from Hollingsworth Bros., dealers in general merchandise and plantation supplies in Crystal Springs, Mississippi, 1890. This is a corrected version of a previous bill.
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    • Bill from Hollingsworth Bros.

    • Hollingsworth Bros. (Crystal Springs, Miss.); Grocery trade--Mississippi--History.; Joseph Levy & Bro. (New Orleans, La.)
    • Bill for Cammie Williams from Hollingsworth Bros., dealers in general merchandise and plantation supplies in Crystal Springs, Mississippi, 1890. This is a corrected version of a previous bill.
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    • Slave Bill of Sale

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Lowndes County; Green, James A.; Slaves--Mississippi--Lowndes County--Bills of sale; Sykes, James
    • Bill of Sale from James Green to James Sykes for "negro woman Jane", 1857.
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    • William (Bill) De Roye

    • De Roye, William--Photographs.; Sun-n-Sand Hotel Court (Gulfport, Miss.)--Photographs.; Waiters--Clothing--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Sun N Sand Hotel court operates one of the Mississippi Coast's most popular restaurants and is now featuring a chuck wagon menu. William (Bill) De Roye is serving as waiter and wears the garb that typifies the atmosphere every Tuesday night.
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    • Letter, A. G. Paxton to James O. Eastland; 5/1/1967

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Agriculture; Cotton; Agricultural cooperatives; Commodity Credit Corporation; Agriculture, cooperative; Eastland, James O. (James Oliver), 1904-1986
    • Letter from A. G. Paxton to Senator James O. Eastland, regarding Senate Bill S-109, a proposed bill to regulate the trade practices of agricultural producers and associations.
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    • Greeting the 1954 Maid of Cotton

    • Stevens, Boswell (Arthur Boswell), 1897-1986; Maid of Cotton; Airports; Delta Airlines
    • Bill Johnson, Boswell Stevens and Bill Gardener greet the 1954 Maid of Cotton, Beverly Peck of El Paso, Texas, at the Jackson, Mississippi airport.
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    • Letters between Boswell Stevens and Prentiss Walker; 2/10/1966

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; United States. Congress. House of Representatives; Cooley, Harold Dunbar, 1897-1974; Agriculture and state; Marketing; Cotton; Cotton Producers Institute; National Cotton Council
    • Letter and reply from Boswell Stevens to Prentiss Walker, Congressman in the U.S. House of Representatives. Concerns the Cooley bill, a bill to assess producers for the promotion of cotton.
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    • Bill from Weis & Eiseman

    • Darden, John P.; Darden family.; Weis & Eiseman (Firm: Natchez, Miss.)
    • Detailed bill of John P. Darden's 1956 purchases from Weis & Eiseman in Natchez, Mississippi.
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    • Church Bill

    • Stewart, William.; Young, H. N.; Fayette Christian Church (Fayette, Miss.)--Design and construction.
    • Bill for items puchased for a church.
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    • Drug Store Bill

    • Physician's Drug Store (Natchez, Miss.); Mitchell, Thomas R.; Elliot, B. Hugh.; Keenan, Francis.; Fayette Christian Church (Fayette, Miss.)--Design and construction.
    • Bill from T. R. Mitchell's drug store for window glass, turpentine, and white lead.
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    • Bill of Sale for 4 Teenagers

    • Darden, John P.; Browning, William H.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Claiborne County.; Slaves--Mississippi--Claiborne County--Bills of sale.
    • Bill of sale from William H. Browning to John P. Darden for four teenage slaves: Martha (age 17); Mary (age 17); Smith (age 15), and Emily (age 14). On the reverse, Darden relinquishes Mary, who 'proved defective.' Transactions took place in Port...
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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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    • Bill of Sale from Sheriff

    • Darden, John P.; Laughman, Samuel.; Carradine & Newman (Firm: Jefferson County, Miss.); Darden, David M.; Darden, Samuel W.; Slaves--Mississippi--Jefferson County--Bills of sale.
    • Bill of sale from Jefferson County sheriff Sam Laughman to John P. Darden for 8 slaves sold at legal auction: Jake, wife Esther, and children Henry and Alexander; and Brister, wife Ann, and children Green and Margaret.
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    • Bill of Sale for 3 Slaves

    • Darden, John P.; Rice, A. B. J.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Claiborne County.; Slaves--Mississippi--Claiborne County--Bills of sale.; Claiborne County (Miss.)--History.
    • Bill of sale from A.B.J. Rice to John P. Darden for 3 slaves named Dennis (age 20), Lewis (age 13), and Susan (age 14). Transaction took place in Port Gibson, Mississippi.
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    • Bill of Sale for Henry

    • Darden, John P.; McVoy, Jos.; Egypt (Miss.)--History.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Chickasaw County.; Slaves--Mississippi--Chickasaw County--Bills of sale.
    • Bill of sale from Jos. McVoy to John P. Darden for a slave boy named Henry. Transaction took place in Egypt, Mississippi.
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    • Bill of Sale for Rachael

    • Darden, John P.; Redmond, Thos. J.; African-Aemericans--Mississippi--Claiborne County.; Slavs--Mississippi--Claiborne County--Bills of sale.; Port Gibson (Miss.)--History.
    • Bill of sale from Thos. J. Redmond to John P. Darden for a slave woman named Rachael, aged 20. Transaction took place in Port Gibson, Mississippi.
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    • Bill of Sale for 5 Slaves

    • Darden, John P.; Browning, Wm H.; Port Gibson (Miss.)--History.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Claiborne County.; Slaves--Mississippi--Claiborne County--Bills of sale.
    • Bill of sale from William H. Browning to John P. Darden for five slaves: Ruben, William, Henry, Fanny, and Jane. Transaction took place in Gibson, Mississippi.
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    • Bill of Sale for Jane

    • Darden, John P.; Leatherman & Morgan (Firm: Vidalia, La.); African-Americans--Louisiana--Concordia Parish.; Slaves--Louisiana--Concordia Parish--Bills of sale.; Scales, Noah.; Vidalia (La.)--History.
    • Bill of sale from Leatherman & Morgan to John P. Darden for a slave woman named Jane. Transaction took place in Vidalia, Louisiana and was witnessed by R.C. Cawley and Noah Leavs.
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