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    • Farmers Central Market Dedication Day 2

    • Farmers' Central Market (Jackson, Miss.)--Photographs. Corley, Si (Silas Edward), 1900-1989--Photographs.; Mitchell, Fred Tom, 1891-1953--Photographs.; Mississippi State University--Alumni--Photographs.; Wright, Fielding Lewis,...
    • Dedication Day, Farmers Central Market, Jackson, Mississippi. 1st row, left to right: Dr. Fred Mitchell, Si Corley, Governor Fielding Wright, Bill Barksdale, Clifford Hope; second row: S. W. Box, ---, Senator Henry, ---, Commissioner Patterson,...
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    • Farmers Central Market 1

    • Farmers' Central Market (Jackson, Miss.)--Design and construction--Photographs.
    • Farmers' Central Market, Jackson, Mississippi.
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    • Farmers Central Market Construction

    • Farmer's Central Market (Jackson, Miss.)--Design and construction--Photographs.
    • Farmers' Central Market, Jackson, Mississippi.
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    • Farmers Central Market 2

    • Farmers' Central Market (Jackson, Miss.)--Photographs.; Swift & Company (Jackson, Miss.)--Photographs.
    • Swift & Company facilty, Farmers' Central Market, Jackson, Mississippi.
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    • Farmer's Central Market

    • Farmers' Central Market (Jackson, Miss.)
    • Farmer's Central Market in Jackson, Mississippi; view from highway.
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    • Aaron Spell Nathan Letter, 08/23/1841

    • Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.; General stores--Louisiana--New Orleans.
    • 23 August 1841 letter from A.M. Nathan to A. Spell discussing financial matters and the state of the cotton market, urging him to sell cotton and buy goods in the New Orleans market, and including a list of goods purchased by Spell from G.S....
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    • Farmers Central Market Dedication Day 1

    • Corley, Si (Silas Edward), 1900-1989--Photographs.; Hope, Clifford R., 1893-1970--Photographs.; White, Hugh L. (Hugh Lawson), 1881-1965--Photographs.; Mississippi State University--Alumni--Photographs. Wright, Fielding Lewis,...
    • Dedication Day, Farmers' Central Market, Jackson, Mississippi. Left to right: Governor Fielding L. Wright, Clifford Hope, Si Corley, Governor Hugh White.
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    • Wholesale Stores

    • Farmers' Central Market (Jackson, Miss.)--Photographs.
    • Rear view of wholesale stores- Mississippi Farmers' Central Market, Jackson, Miss., July 31, 1948.
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    • Produce Shipment

    • Farmers' Central Market (Jackson, Miss.)--Photographs.
    • A skidload of produce transported by a lift-powered truck demonstrated at the dedication of the Mississippi Farmers' Central Market at Jackson, Miss., July 31, 1948.
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    • Dedication Ceremonies Broadcast 1

    • Farmers' Central Market (Jackson, Miss.)--Photographs.
    • Dedication ceremonies of the Mississippi Farmers' Central Market at Jackson, Miss., broadcast over a national network July 31, 1948.
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    • Dedication Ceremonies Broadcast 2

    • Farmers' Central Market (Jackson, Miss.)--Photographs.
    • Dedication ceremonies of the Mississippi Farmers' Central Market at Jackson, Miss., broadcast over a national network July 31, 1948.
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    • Dedication Ceremonies Broadcast 3

    • Farmers' Central Market (Jackson, Miss.)--Photographs.
    • Dedication ceremonies of the Mississippi Farmers' Central Market at Jackson, Miss., broadcast over a national network July 31, 1948.
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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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    • 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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    • Cotton compress baling

    • Lake Co-op Gin; Cotton baling
    • Lake Co-op Gin, A.A.L. The baling of cotton with compress machinery and wrapping and sampling in a different way got cotton to market in much better condition.
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    • Aaron Spell Mount Letter, 1849

    • Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.
    • 12 April 1849 letter from Charles E. Mount to Aaron Spell concerning financial matters and urging him to send his crop to market.
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    • Protective Chemical Corperation

    • Chemical plants--Mississippi.; Protective Coatings Corporation (Gulfport, Miss.)--Photographs.; Rail transport.; Covered hopper--Railroads--Mississippi.; Gooch Milling Corporation (Lincoln, Neb.)--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport,...
    • Gulfport-Made Coatings Find Wide National Market: Gpoch Mill flour bins, Gooch Milling Company, Lincoln, Nebraska, protective sanitary linings by Protective Coatings Corporation of Gulfport, Mississippi, 1963.
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