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    • Bill of Sale for Caroline

    • Darden, John P.; Miles, Charles T.; African-Americans--Mississippi.; Slaves--Mississippi--Bills of sale.
    • Bill of sale from Charles T. Miles to John P. Darden for a slave girl named Caroline.
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    • Bill of Sale for a Horse

    • Darden, John P.; Miles, O. S.; Horses--Mississippi.
    • Bill of sale from O.S. Miles to John P. Darden for a horse.
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    • Miles Jackson

    • Jackson, Miles--Photographs.; Trade Winds Hotel Court (Hotel: Biloxi, Miss.)--Photographs.; Lifesaving--Equipment and supplies.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Miles Jackson, sales and promotion manager of the Trade Winds Hotel Court, Biloxi, Mississippi, 1958.
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    • Receipt for Painting

    • Fayette Christian Church (Fayette, Miss.)--Design and construction.; Miles, Charles T.; Bates, John N.
    • Receipt for $7.85 paid to John N. Bates by Charles T. Miles for painting the Fayette Christian Church.
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    • Superphosphate test

    • Brooks, Tom; Chafee, Miles; Agriculture; Farms; Phosphates; Soil management; Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service; Agricultural extension workers
    • Mississippi Extension Agent Tom Brooks aided by Assistant County Agent Miles Chafee checking green weight and preparing reports for the County Agent on the demonstration conducted by Mr. Brooks to determine the value of triple superphosphate. 100...
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    • Beauvoir Scout Trail Opens

    • Beauvoir (Biloxi, Miss.)--Photographs; Boy Scouts--Photographs.; Trails and paths--Mississippi.; Duffy, Charles--Photographs.; Schmalz, Gary--Photographs.; Blackledge, W. A.--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Tiak-Beauvoir Boy Scout Trail opens, 1965. Trail begins at Fruitland Park, six miles north of Wiggins and ends at Beauvoir. Pictured in front of Beauvoir are Charles Duffy of the Pine Burr Area Boy Scouts Council, W. A. Blackledge manager of...
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    • Damaged Cotton Gin

    • Floods--Mississippi--Washington County--Photographs.; Mississippi River--Floods--Photographs.; Buildings--Mississippi--Washington County--Photographs.; Cotton gins and ginning--Mississippi--Washington County--Photographs.; Glass negatives.
    • Cotton gin damaged by 1927 flood. Two miles from break at Mound's Landing.
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    • Poison Demonstration

    • Cotton--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; West Point Cotton Club (West Point, Miss.)--Photographs.; Farms--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; Montgomery, J. F.; Moline-Hooper Company (Memphis, Tenn.)
    • Cotton poisoning demonstration on the farm of J. F. Montgomery 3 miles east of West Point.
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    • Two Damaged Cabins

    • Floods--Mississippi--Washington County--Photographs.; Mississippi River--Floods--Photographs.; Buildings--Mississippi--Washington County--Photographs.; Dwellings--Mississippi--Washington County--Photographs.; Glass negatives.
    • Two cabins 8 miles from Mounds Landing wrecked by 1927 flood, holes washed under them by current forced under them.
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    • Woman in Hole

    • Floods--Mississippi--Washington County--Photographs.; Mississippi River--Floods--Photographs.; Buildings--Mississippi--Washington County--Photographs.; Dwellings--Mississippi--Washington County--Photographs.; Glass negatives.
    • Farm site: Dr. Etherly Place, 9 miles from Mounds Landing. Mrs. B. B. Payne standing in hole washed where barn had washed away during flood of 1927. In rear, B. B. Payne in hole washed under farm residence before it joined floating debris.
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    • Flood Sand Banks

    • Floods--Mississippi--Washington County--Photographs.; Mississippi River--Floods--Photographs.; Glass negatives.
    • 8-10 foot high sand banks caused by 1927 flood. Two miles from Mounds Landing.
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    • Damaged House

    • Floods--Mississippi--Photographs.; Mississippi River--Floods--Photographs.; Buildings--Mississippi--Photographs.; Dwellings--Mississippi--Photographs.; Glass negatives.
    • House damaged by 1927 flood, one of the least damaged cabins on the Leland-Trail Lake Road, 35 miles from the break.
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    • First Tree Planting Machine Demonstration

    • Forestry--Mississippi--Stone County--Photographs.; Logging--Machinery--Mississippi--Stone County--Photographs.; Batson, B. C.--Photographs.
    • Demonstration of the First Tree Planting Machine on B. C. Batson timberland in Stone County (Miss.), five miles west of Wiggins. Bob Newton; T. F. Walton; H. H. Batson; John G. Guthrie; Otho Rowell, County Agent; Arnold and Buford Smith; Paul...
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    • Hembree Tree Farm Demonstration

    • Tree farms--Mississippi--Neshoba County--Photographs.; Hembree, Jesse C.--Photographs.; Farms--Mississippi--Neshoba County--Photographs.; Livingston, Edwin B.--Photographs.; Forests and forestry--Instruction and study--Mississippi--Neshoba...
    • Tree farm demonstration on Jesse C. Hembree's farm, two miles west of Philadelphia (Miss.), on Highway 16, 1950. Edwin B. Livingston, Mississippi Forestry Commission employee, Information and Education Dept., standing. J. C. Hembree, second from...
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    • Army Racer

    • Aeronautics--Photographs.; Airplanes--Photographs.
    • [Curtess] Army Racer. Winner of 1922 Pulitzer races. The official speed record over open course 281 miles per hour in 1923. Lt. Maitland- pilot.
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