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    • Lake St. Joseph Aerial View

    • Lake St. Joseph (Tensas Parish, La.); Newellton (La.); Aerial views--Louisiana--Tensas Parish--Photographs.; Airplanes--Louisiana--Tensas Parish.
    • Lake St. Joseph. Newellton in lower left hand corner. Air photo. Lake St. Joseph.
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    • 1949 Cotton Improvement Program

    • Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service.; Cotton--Mississippi.; Agriculture--Mississippi.; Farming--Mississippi.; Cotton growing--Competitions--Mississippi.
    • The 1949 Five-Acre Cotton Improvement Program: For Higher Yields and Better Quality Lint at Lower Cost.
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    • Grassland Farms catalog for S. C. Rhode Island Reds, 1931

    • Rhode Island red chicken; Chicken industry; Grassland Farms (Strongs, Miss.); Animal pedigrees
    • 1931 catalog of mating lists and prices for 'super strain' Rhode Island Reds chickens at Henry Duke Watson's Grassland Farms, 'priced to meet the times.' They note that this is not their usual catalog, because they cut expenses to allow lower...
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    • Pascagoula River Drawbridge

    • Bridges--Mississippi--Photographs.; Pascagoula River Bridge (Miss.)--Photographs; Pascagoula (Miss.)--History.; Jackson County (Miss.)--History.; Mississippi. Dept. of Transportation--Photographs.
    • The famous Singing River in Pascagoula is being bridged by a new four -lane structure to be dedicated at Pascagoula on Friday afternoon, October 15th. This aerial view shows the finishing touches on the new bridge now being completed under the...
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    • Aaron Spell Nathan Letter, 1/6/1841

    • Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Steamboats.; Tchula (Steamboat); Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.
    • 6 January 1841 letter from A.M. Nathan to Aaron Spell acknowledging the receipt of 30 bales on the steamer Tchula, its poor quality and subsequent sale at a lower price, and discussing cotton prices.
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