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    • Letter to Hannah

    • Children--South Carolina--History.
    • Letter to Hannah from her daughter "Lulu" and "Aunt Mat," who Lulu is staying with in Fairforest, South Carolina, 1860. "Mossgiel" must be the name of the house or plantation. A later note identifies Lulu as Martha Louisa Starr, grandmother of...
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    • Letter, Richardson Owen to Stephen A. and Mary Brown; 3/31/1851

    • Owen family; Brown family; Plantations; Maps; Agriculture; Phillips County (Ark.); Religion
    • Letter from Richardson Owen, who had moved from Lowndes County, Mississippi, to Helena, Arkansas, to his newly married daughter and son-in-law, Stephen A. and Mary Owen Brown, 1851. Includes a description and hand-drawn map of Owen's plantation in...
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    • Holliday Haven

    • Holliday, John (1803-1881); Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Holliday Haven, built in 1850 by John Holliday and Maria Grimes Speight Holliday, daughter of Senator Jesse Speight. Located on South Meridian Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi.
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    • Home demonstration leader pantry

    • Canning and preserving; Dwellings; Home demonstration work
    • A progressive home demonstration leader has over 500 cans and jars stored for next year. Mrs. M. E. Hayes of Canton (Miss.) cans for home use and bakes for the market. She says Bernice, her daughter, shares equally in the work. Bernice is a 4-H...
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    • Holliday Haven

    • Holliday, John (1803-1881); Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Holliday Haven, built in 1850 by John Holliday and Maria Grimes Speight Holliday, daughter of Senator Jesse Speight. Located on South Meridian Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi.
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    • Mary Holliday McFarland

    • McFarland, Mary Anne (1838-1906); McFarland, Baxter (1839-1925); Holliday, John (1803-1881); Women; Clothing and dress
    • Photograph of Mary Ann Holliday McFarland (1838-1906) of Aberdeen, Mississippi. Daughter of Col. John Holliday (1803-1881) and wife of Chancellor Baxter McFarland (1839-1925).
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    • Holliday Haven

    • Holliday, John (1803-1881); Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Holliday Haven, built in 1850 by John Holliday and Maria Grimes Speight Holliday, daughter of Senator Jesse Speight. Located on South Meridian Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi.
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    • Mrs. Roy Jones home

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Front porch of the Mrs. Roy Jones Home, which once stood on the corner of Canal and James Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built in 1844 by Daniel Burnett as a wedding present for his daughter, Catherine Burnett Strong. Home was also called Mother...
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    • Mrs. Roy Jones home

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • The Mrs. Roy Jones Home, which once stood on the corner of Canal and James Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built in 1844 by Daniel Burnett as a wedding present for his daughter, Catherine Burnett Strong. Home was also called Mother Monroe and was...
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    • Stewart family farm

    • Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service; Farms; Farm houses; Tennessee Valley Authority
    • Mr. and Mrs. Brown Stewart and their daughter, Myra Sue, in front of their attractive home in the Holly community of Alcorn County (Miss.). The Stewarts operate their farm with the guidance of the Mississippi Agricultural Extension Service as a...
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    • Mrs. Roy Jones home

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Partial front view of The Mrs. Roy Jones Home, which once stood on the corner of Canal and James Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built in 1844 by Daniel Burnett as a wedding present for his daughter, Catherine Burnett Strong. Home was also called...
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    • Choctaw style show winners

    • Clothing and dress; Cotton; Fashion shows
    • Choctaw County District Style Show winners: Mrs. Layman Cutts, Mrs. Mavis Gladney, Mrs. E. Whitmire, Mrs. Frankie Sue Power & daughter Debbie, Mrs. Alma Thompson, Mrs. Brice Gladney, Mrs. Floyd Hodges.
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