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    • F.M. Sanderson poultry farm

    • Poultry farming; Chickens; Tennessee Valley Authority
    • Description of F. M. Sanderson and his poultry farm, probably Tishomingo County, Mississipi. Photograph and text page was probably taken from an annual report after the Tennessee Valley Authority project.
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    • James Lomineck and calf

    • Farming; Cattle; Livestock; Tennessee Valley Authority
    • Description of James C. Lomineck and his farm. Photograph and text page was probably taken from a report on the Tennessee Valley Authority project. Probably Tishomingo County, Mississippi.
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    • Letter to Cammie Williams

    • Courtship--History.; Punta Gorda (Belize); Breckinridge, Clifton Rodes, 1846-1932.; Tariffs--Law and legislation--United States.
    • Letter to Cammie Williams from C. V. Hill in Punta Gorda, British Honduras (present-day Belize). Hill mentions a "tariff bill" that probably refers to the Wilson-Gorman Tariff Act of August, 1894. "Breckenridge" probably refers to Clifton Rodes...
    • Letter
    • Swimmers in Waves

    • Gulfport (Miss.); Gulf Coast (Miss.)--Photographs.; Swimmers--Photographs.; Dog Key Island (Miss.)--Photographs.
    • Swimmers in waves, probably off Dog Key Island.
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    • Mt. Airy school paint preparation

    • African-Americans; Friar's Point (Miss.); Schools
    • Mt. Airy School painting: preparing the surface, probably one-room African-American school in Friar's Point, Coahoma County, Mississippi. School is 20 X 30 X 10, constructed of heart pine.
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    • Mt. Airy school painted

    • African-Americans; Friar's Point (Miss.); Schools
    • Mt. Airy School painting: the first coat in 33 years, probably one-room African-American school in Friar's Point, Coahoma County (Miss.). School is 20 X 30 X 10, constructed of heart pine.
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    • Television shop

    • Televisions.; Phonographs.; RCA-Victor Company, Inc.--Photographs.; Record stores--Mississippi--Photographs.; Popular music.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Inside of a television shop, probably Gulfport, Mississippi, 1956.
    • Image
    • 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.
    • Image
    • Flood refugee camp

    • Floods; Mississippi River; Flood control; Environmental refugees; Refugee camps
    • 1927 Mississippi River Flood aftermath: Tents in flood refugee camp near levee, probably in Greenville, Mississippi.
    • Image
    • Swimmers in Waves

    • Gulfport (Miss.); Gulf Coast (Miss.)--Photographs.; Swimmers--Photographs.
    • Swimmers in waves, probably off Dog Key Island, Mississippi.
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    • Scuppernong

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Scuppernong, ''the Cole house,'' on the corner of Meridian and Jefferson Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Probably built by Boling Clark Burnett c. 1840.
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    • Scuppernong

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Scuppernong, "the Cole house," on the corner of Meridian and Jefferson Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Probably built by Boling Clark Burnett c. 1840.
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    • Scuppernong

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Scuppernong, "the Cole house," on the corner of Meridian and Jefferson Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Probably built by Boling Clark Burnett c. 1840.
    • Image
    • Scuppernong

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Scuppernong, "the Cole house," on the corner of Meridian and Jefferson Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Probably built by Boling Clark Burnett c. 1840.
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    • Hogue Lumber & Supply

    • Lumber industry--Mississippi--Gulfport.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.; Trucks--United States--History.; Shakertown Company--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Hogue Lumber & Supply Co. Inc., probably Gulfport, Mississippi, 1956.
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    • Dining Room

    • Kitchens--Photographs.; Happier Living Contest--Photographs.; African-American youth--Societies, clubs, etc.
    • Unidentified kitchen/dining room probably Happier Living Contest.
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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
    • Lillies Poem

    • Poetry.; Williams family.
    • Love poem written on the inside of a paper with various names on the outside. The poem is signed "J. C. W.", which is probably John Calvin Williams.
    • Document
    • James Lomineck homes

    • Farming; Farmhouses; Tennessee Valley Authority
    • Comparison photographs of James C. Lomineck's old and new homes. Photographs were probably taken from an annual report after the Tennessee Valley Authority project.
    • Image
    • House Men Front

    • House family (Chickasaw County, Miss.)--Photographs.; Wagons--Mississippi--Chickasaw County--Photographs.; Farms--Mississippi--Chickasaw County--Photographs.
    • House men (probably) with wagon on House farm (front view), Chickasaw County, Mississippi.
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