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    • Shrimp Fleet Festivities.

    • Langley, Neva Jane--Photographs.; Miss America--Photographs.; Campbell, Bob--Photographs.; Blessing of the Shrimp Fleet (Biloxi, Miss.)--Photographs.; Chinn, Richard Hart--Photographs.; Biloxi (Miss.)--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper:...
    • The Reverend Father O'Hanlon of St. Michael's Catholic Church, sponsors of the Blessing of the Fleet ceremony, welcomes Miss America to the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Left to right are: Miss Neva Jane Langley, Miss America; Bob Campbell of WVMI-TV,...
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    • Noxubee Industrial School Band

    • Noxubee Industrial School (McLeod, Miss.); African-American Schools--Mississippi--Noxubee County--Photographs.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.; Child musicians--Photographs.
    • Student band at Noxubee Industrial School in McLeod, Mississippi. The school was founded in 1898 by S.J. Hunter, father of Sadye H. Wier.
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    • Note from Confederate Soldier

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865.; Williams family.
    • Dan Williams left a note with this document: "My great grandmother & great grand father gave aid to Civil War soldier trying to find his way home from Vicksburg. This note he left to them."
    • Letter
    • Noxubee Industrial School Catalog

    • Noxubee Industrial School (McLeod, Miss.); African-American Schools--Mississippi--Noxubee County.; Hunter, Samuel J.
    • 1917-1918 catalog of the Noxubee Industrial School, founded in 1898 by S.J. Hunter, father of Sadye H. Wier. The school was located in McLeod, Mississippi.
    • Document
    • Staff and Students of Noxubee Industrial School

    • Noxubee Industrial School (McLeod, Miss.); African-American Schools--Mississippi--Noxubee County--Photographs.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • Staff and students at Mollison's Hall at Noxubee Industrial School, founded in 1898 by S.J. Hunter, father of Sadye H. Wier. The school was located in McLeod, Mississippi.
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    • Noxubee Industrial School Commencement

    • Graduation (School)--Photographs.; Noxubee Industrial School (McLeod, Miss.); African-American Schools--Mississippi--Noxubee County--Photographs.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • 1913 commencement at Mollison's Hall at Noxubee Industrial School, founded in 1898 by S.J. Hunter, father of Sadye H. Wier. The school was located in McLeod, Mississippi.
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    • Trades Department Building

    • Noxubee Industrial School (McLeod, Miss.); African-American Schools--Mississippi--Noxubee County--Photographs.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • Trades department building at Noxubee Industrial School, founded in 1898 by S.J. Hunter, father of Sadye H. Wier. The school was located in McLeod, Mississippi.
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    • Letter to Lulu

    • Agriculture--Georgia--History.
    • Letter to "Lulu" (Martha Louisa Starr) from her father in Nacoochee, Georgia.
    • Letter
    • Letter to Mims

    • Yellow fever--Mississippi.; Voorhees, Daniel W. (Daniel Wolsey), 1827-1897.; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865.; Williams family.
    • Typed letter from Cammie Williams to his brother Mims, regarding some old documents he found related to their grandfathers. The letter mentions that it is the 50th anniversary of the yellow fever epidemic which killed their father; this took place...
    • Letter
    • Letter to Hattie Carmichael

    • Agriculture--Mississippi--History.
    • Letter to Hattie Carmichael from her father in Bear Creek, Mississippi.
    • Letter
    • Edmond Sims

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); African-American men; Clothing and dress
    • Edmond Sims, father of Fannie McComb, Aberdeen, Mississippi. Portrait by A. R. Henwood, Aberdeen.
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    • Charles S. Jordan, Jr.

    • Jordan, Charles S., Jr.--Photographs.; Sawmills--Mississippi--Photographs.; Pearl River (Miss. and La.)--Photographs.
    • Charles S. Jordan, Jr., forest history interviewee of Columbia, Mississippi, holding picture of floating sawmill operated on the Pearl River by his father, Charles S. Jordan, Sr..
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