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    • Land Indenture Agreement

    • Deeds--Mississippi--Simpson County.
    • Contract of the heirs of John Calvin Williams on how to designate the land among each other and their mother. Signed by Cammie Williams, Mims Williams, Douglas K. Williams, Mary E. Stewart, and Cora L. Mitchell. Witnessed by Justice of the Peace A....
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    • Letter from Cammie Williams to Mims Williams

    • Mississippi Cotton Oil Co. (Jackson, Miss.); W. C. Ellis Co.; Mississippi--Economic conditions.; Williams family.
    • Letter from Cammie Williams to his brother, Mims Williams, regarding the closing of the W. C. Ellis Company and other economic and general remarks.
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    • Boys' 4-H club exhibit

    • 4-H clubs; Corn; Exhibitions; Food crops; Signs and symbolism
    • Boys' 4-H club exhibit displaying corn, potatoes, and other vegetables, together with the 4-H symbols and creed.
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    • Letter, ''Sis'' to ''Bird''; 6/30

    • Women; Education
    • Letter from ''Sis'' to ''Bird,'' possibly two of the Boswell sisters. Sis writes in great detail about life at a school in Lauderdale Springs, Mississippi, describing dormitories, meal times, and other aspects.
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    • Rex Theatre Promotion

    • Rex Theatre (Starkville, Miss.)--Photographs.; Auditoriums--Mississippi--Oktibbeha County--Photographs.; Theaters--Mississippi--Oktibbeha County--Photographs.; Central business districts--Mississippi--Oktibbeha County--Photographs.;...
    • Unidentified man on stilts, with several other people, promoting the second Rex Theatre in Starkville (Miss.).
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    • Parson Gunn/Harrison-Phelan home

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Parson Gunn/Harrison-Phelan home in Aberdeen, Mississippi, 519 Monroe Street West. Other historic names for this home are "Hooper's Grove" and "The Oaks". "The original two-room cabin, constructed c.1839, was enlarged and altered in 1847 by Dr....
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    • Faux bois interior wooden door, Meadow Woods

    • Historic buildings; Dwellings; Starkville (Miss.); Wooden doors; Outlaw family; Page family
    • An interior wooden door painted to resemble other types of wood, termed culling or faux bois, in the Meadow Woods house. Slide taken to accompany a Doy Longest lecture based on her book Historic Homes and Buildings of Oktibbeha County (1977).
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    • Commerce Street with Lann and Carter building, Aberdeen

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Lann & Carter Hardware Company
    • Commerce Street, Aberdeen, Mississippi, showing the Lann and Carter Hardware Company building and other stores. The Lann and Carter advertisement on side of building prominently displayed.
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    • Effects of Fertilization

    • Fertilizer industry--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; Melton, Jum--Photographs.
    • Slide showing Jum Melton of Pheba, Miss. standing between two rows of cotton, one fertilized with 250 pounds of home mixture and the other unfertilized.
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    • Mrs. Scott and Ladies

    • Scott, Walter M., Sr.; Trinity Episcopal Church (Tallulah, La.)
    • Mrs. Walter M. Scott, Sr. and other ladies- probably members of Trinity Episcopal Church.
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    • Boys' 4-H club vegetable exhibit

    • 4-H clubs; Corn; Exhibitions; Food crops; Farming; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Vegetables
    • Boys' 4-H club exhibit dispaying corn and other vegetables.
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    • Letter to Virginia Williams

    • Beaumont (Tex.)--History.; Land speculation--United States--History.; Williams family.
    • Letter from W. L. Douglass to Virginia Williams, regarding his financial troubles and other family matters.
    • Letter
    • State Agricultural Mobilization Committee meeting minutes

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Committees; United States. Dept. of Agriculture; Cotton; Soil Conservation Service; Economic policy; Military; Mississippi State Agricultural Mobilization Committee
    • Minutes of a December 18, 1951 meeting of the State Agricultural Mobilization Committee, Mississippi State Office of the Agricultural Mobilization Committee, United States Department of Agriculture. Concerns defense and other issues that affect...
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    • Committee Report

    • Phoenix Cooperative Association.; Agriculture--Mississippi.; State Grange of Mississippi.
    • July committee report on melons, okra, butterbeans, tomatoes, peas, and other produce.
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    • Si Corley With Kiwanis

    • Corley, Si (Silas Edward), 1900-1989--Photographs.; Mississippi State University--Alumni--Photographs.; Stennis, John C. (John Cornelius), 1901-1995--Photographs. Kiwanis International (Jackson, Miss.)--Photographs.
    • Si Corley with Kiwanis award winners, Senator John C. Stennis, and other members of Kiwanis International.
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    • Finkbine Lumber Ship

    • Finkbine Lumber Co. (D'Lo, Miss.)--Photographs.; Cargo ships.; Lumber industry--Mississippi.; Railroad yards--Mississippi.; Redwood industry.; Illinois Central Railroad--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Redwood lumber imported by Finkbine Lumber Company because of the depletion of the long leaf pine. Some lumber was used in the construion of the Fernwood-by-the-sea Tourist Cottages and other buildings. Photograph made at the Port of Gulfport,...
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    • James Knox diary

    • Knox, James, 1786-1864; Pickens County (Ala.); Presbyterians; Agriculture; Slavery; African-Americans; Somerville, James, 1827-1868; Oak Grove Presbyterian Church (Franconia, Ala.); Sons of Temperance of North America; Cotton; Presbyterian Church...
    • Diary kept from March 1848 to February 1851 by James Knox (1786-1864), a planter and Presbyterian church elder in Pickens County, Alabama. The diary records planting, harvesting, and other agricultural work, as well as Presbytery meetings and...
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    • Letter to Mims Williams

    • Sanatoriums--Mississippi.; Williams family.
    • Letter from Cammie Williams to his brother Mims, regarding an accident, Nettie Williams' "indisposition" at the Sanatorium, and other family news.
    • Letter
    • Lithophane Meissen lamp, Outlaw-Page House

    • Historic buildings; Starkville (Miss.); Lamps; Decoration and ornament; Outlaw family; Page family
    • Lithophane Meissen lamp, circa 1829, and other bric-a-brac on a table in Outlaw-Page House. Slide taken to accompany a Doy Longest lecture based on her book Historic Homes and Buildings of Oktibbeha County (1977).
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