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    • Letter, Ben F. Toler to Hobbs; 1/29/1897

    • Advertising, Newspaper--Mississippi--Brookhaven.; Leader (Newspaper: Brookhaven, Miss.)
    • Letter from Ben F. Toler to Hobbs concerning an advertisement in his paper, The Leader.
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    • Letter, P. N. Howell to L. N. Dantzler; 6/14/1936

    • L.N. Dantzler Lumber Co. (Moss Point, Miss.); Dantzler, L. N. (Lorenzo Nalley, 1899-); Timber; Lumber industry; Land use
    • Letter from P. N. Howell, company land agent, to L. N. Dantzler concerning a request to make classification plats of the company lands.
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    • Letters between Boswell Stevens and Lamont Rowlands; 4/21-22/1954

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Tung oil; Tung Growers Council of America
    • Letter from Boswell Stevens to Lamont Rowlands concerning the tung oil industry and letter from Rowlands thanking him for support and mentioning the needs of the industry.
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    • Plantation Construction Speech

    • Cotton growing--Mississippi--Sunflower County.; Farm mechanization--Mississippi--Sunflower County.; Sharecropping--Mississippi--Sunflower County.; Sunflower Plantation Inc. (Sunflower County, Miss.); Taylor and Crate Company (Sunflower County,...
    • Speech presented by Shirley Taylor (possibly Horace F.?), Buffalo, New York, before "The Uncommon Council" at the University Club, February 18, 1954, concerning the erection and operation of the "Merigold Sawmill" by the Taylor and Crate Company.
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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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    • 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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    • 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, M. M. Hubert to Mose S. Shaw; 8/3/1951

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Farmers; African-Americans; Shaw, Mose Sydney
    • Letter to Mose S. Shaw from Major M. Hubert, director of Negro Men's Work for the Mississippi State University Extension Service, concerning the appropriation of $100 among five contest winners.
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    • Letter, J. E. Rankin to Boswell Stevens; 1/19/1951

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Agriculture; Farmers; Acreage allotments; Stevens, Boswell (Arthur Boswell), 1897-1986
    • Letter from U. S. Representative John E. Rankin to Boswell Stevens concerning his opinions on the effects of fixing the acreage for farmers.
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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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    • G. C. Cortright, Jr. testimony

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Agriculture; Sharkey County (Miss.); United States. Congress. Senate; Farmers; Farm income; Economic policy; Agriculture and state
    • Testimony of G. C. Cortright, Jr. of Sharkey County, Mississippi concerning agricultural matters before the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry. 1955
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    • C. R. Sayre testimony

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Agriculture; Scott County (Miss.); United States. Congress. Senate; Cotton; Economic policy; Agriculture and state; Farm income; Delta Council
    • Testimony of C. R. Sayre of the Delta County concerning agricultural matters, before the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry. 1955
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    • Boswell Stevens testimony

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Agriculture; Macon (Miss.); United States. Congress. Senate.; Cotton; Economic policy; Agriculture and state
    • Testimony of Boswell Stevens concerning agricultural matters before the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry. 1955.
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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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    • Hill Climbers Announcement

    • Oktibbeha County (Miss.); Starkville (Miss.); Mississippi State Highway Association.; Roads--Mississippi.; Mississippi A&M College--Officials and employees.
    • Humorous announcement concerning a road trip to North Mississippi by the Oktibbeha Hill Climbers, a group of Mississippi A&M College officials and Starkville residents, with a stop at the Mississippi Highway Association meeting in Booneville.
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    • Small-pox Notice

    • Smallpox--Vaccination--Mississippi--Clay County.; Communicable diseases--Mississippi--Clay County.
    • Notice from the mayor and Board of Selectmen of West Point concerning persons with small pox.
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    • Jackson Letter

    • Sykes, James.; African-Americans--Mississippi.; Agriculture--Mississippi.; Reconstruction--Mississippi.; Agriculture--Societies, etc.--Mississippi.
    • Letter to James Sykes from J. P. Landrum, Jackson, Mississippi, concerning an agricultural convention held in Jackson, 1871.
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    • Teacher Summer School Announcement

    • Hebron (Miss.); Education--Mississippi--Jones County.; Teaching--Mississippi--Jones County.; Ellisville (Miss.); Laurel (Miss.)
    • Announcement for Jones County Summer School concerning teacher instruction.
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    • Vaccination

    • Vaccination--Mississippi.; Communicable diseases--Mississippi.; Wilson, G.G.
    • Announcement from G. G. Wilsford concerning the availability of vaccinations with Mulford's Glycerinized Vaccine Points.
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    • Aaron Spell Account, 1837

    • Cotton industry--1830-1840.; Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.
    • 4 March 1834 letter to Aaron Spell from Leigh Maddux & Co. concerning the state of the currency and cotton market and conveying to Spell their requirements for accounts that are not current.
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