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    • The negro farmer and the A. A. A.

    • Agriculture; Cobb, Cully Alton; African-Americans
    • Address by Cully A. Cobb at a conference of African-American agricultural leaders and farmers at Prairie View, Texas, 1936.
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    • 4-H Leaders Guide

    • Mississippi State University--History.; 4-H clubs--Mississippi.; Mississippi State College.; Associations, institutions, etc.--Guidebooks--Mississippi.
    • 4-H Leaders Guide, April 1955.
    • Document
    • 4-H Club Leaders Hand-Book

    • Mississippi State University--History.; 4-H clubs--Mississippi.; Wilson, R. S.; Massey, Elaine.; Tanner, James E.; Associations, institutions, etc.--Guidebooks--Mississippi.
    • Club Leaders' Hand-Book for Boys' and Girls' 4-H Club Work in Mississippi, by Elaine Massey, State Girls' Club Agent, and Jas. E. Tanner, State Boys' Club Agent.
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    • Extension leaders group photo

    • 4-H clubs; Public meetings; Clothing and dress
    • Extension leaders group photo: 1- Mrs. Lucile Stennis (Neshoba); 2-Celia (South) Hissong (Jones Co.); 3-Ruth Cain (Jackson Co.); 4-N.E. Simpson; 5-Vela McKimbel; 6-Pauline Hyer (Attala); 7-Nell Gaddis (Perry); 8-Mrs. Herring (Amite); 9; 10-Mrs....
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    • Piney Woods leaders

    • 4-H clubs; Piney Woods School (Piney Woods, Miss.);African-Americans
    • Nine junior leaders from Piney Woods (Miss.) at the 4-H State Conservation Camp.
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    • Adult leaders banquet table

    • 4-H clubs; Dining rooms; Dinners and dining; Agricultural extension workers
    • Adult leaders at 4-H banquet.
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    • Columbus Community Leaders

    • Wier, Sadye H.--Photographs.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • Group of community leaders in Columbus, Mississippi, 1950.
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    • Institute for Town and Country Church Leaders Program

    • Mississippi State University--History.; Farmers--Mississippi.; Agricultural extension work--Mississippi.; Mississippi State College.; Churches--Mississippi.; Communities--Mississippi.; Farm and Home Week (Mississippi State College Extension Service)
    • Program for the Thirteenth Annual Institute for Town and Country Church Leaders, January 9-11, probably 1953 or 1954.
    • Document
    • 1951 Garden Leaders Contest Program

    • Mississippi State University--History.; 4-H clubs--Mississippi.; Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service.; Vegetable gardening--Competitions--Mississippi.; Buckley, K. H.; Cresswell, May.
    • Record book for Mississippi 4-H Garden Leaders Contest of 1951.
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    • 4-H club leaders

    • 4-H clubs; Tanner, James E.; Johnson, Harper Stewart, 1894-1983; Massey, Elaine E.; Hurst, Fred J., 1889-1977; Uniforms; Agricultural extension workers
    • 4-H Boys' and Girls' club leaders (Left to Right): James E. Tanner, first State Agent, Boys' 4-H work (1919-1942); H. S. ""Major"" Johnson, State 4-H Club Header; Elaine E. Massey, first Girls' 4-H Club agent (1923-1942); Fred J. Hurst, district...
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    • 4-H group in uniform, Starkville

    • 4-H clubs; Uniforms; Girls; Mississippi State University
    • Group photograph of 4-H girls in uniform with leaders, at a 4-H function, Starkville Mississippi. Possibly in front of Lee Hall on Mississippi State University campus.
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    • Sunflower County 4-H group

    • 4-H clubs; Sunflower County (Miss.); Sunflower County Courthouse
    • Group photograph of 4-H boys and girls and leaders in front of the Sunflower County Courthouse, Indianola, Mississippi, circa 1935.
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    • Chilean nitrate of soda winners

    • 4-H clubs; Chile saltpeter as fertilizer; Contests; Robert E. Lee Hotel (Jackson, Miss.)
    • Chilean nitrate of soda contest winners, 1934. 4-H Club boys, county agents and leaders present, Robert E. Lee Hotel, Jackson, Mississippi.
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    • Madison County 4-H club camp

    • 4-H clubs; Church buildings; African-Americans; Church of God (Madison County, Miss.)
    • African-American boys, girls and leaders at the Madison County 4-H club camp, pictured in front of The Church of God.
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    • Baseball game at 4-H camp

    • 4-H clubs; Baseball; Camps; Buses
    • A group of boys play baseball while leaders look on at an early 4-H camp, camp bus in the background.
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    • People on Porch

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.; Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service.; Newton County (Miss.)--Photographs.; 4-H Clubs--Mississippi--Newton County--Photographs.
    • Sadye Wier's early work with Mississippi State University Extension Service: 4-H group and leaders pictured on porch of building, Newton County, Mississippi.
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    • African-American 4-H children

    • 4-H clubs; African-Americans; Clothing and dress; Buildings
    • African-American children at a 4-H function, with leaders.
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    • Sewing School

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.; Sewing--Photographs.; Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service.; Sewing machines--Photographs.; Winston County (Miss.)--Photographs.
    • Sadye Wier's early work with Mississippi State University Extension Service: Sewing school held for leaders, Winston County, Mississippi, 1952. Demonstration given in cutting a plaid dress.
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    • Rug School 1

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.; Rugs, Hooked--Photographs.; Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service.; 4-H clubs--Photographs.
    • Sadye Wier's early work with Mississippi State University Extension Service: Rug school for 4-H Adult Leaders.
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