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    • 4-H Horse Shows Rules and Regulations

    • Mississippi State University--History.; 4-H clubs--Mississippi.; Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service.; Mississippi Coliseum (Jackson, Miss.); Horse shows--Mississippi.
    • 4-H Horse Shows Rules and Regulations, 1972.
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    • Mrs. Sidney O. Bussey shows 4-H draft mare

    • Horses; Livestock exhibitions; County agricultural agents
    • Mrs. Sidney O. Bussey shows 4-H draft horse exhibit for her son, Richard Bussey, to J.S. McBee, county agent, Leflore County. This is part of Richard Bussey's 1944 livestock demonstration. He was in school when visit was made to take picture. ...
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    • Children and produce

    • Gardens; Children; Vegetables
    • City garden. Each member works a plot 6 ft. X 30 ft. Picture shows some of the results
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    • Tom Boykin and loblolly pines

    • Smith, F.M.; Lauderbon, Don; Tanner, James E.; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Agricultural extension workers; Forestry; Loblolly pine
    • Sherriff Tom Boykin shows his loblolly pine saplings: (Left to Right): F. M. Smith, County Agent; Tom Boykin; Don Lauderbon, Extension forester; James E. Tanner, 4-H County agent; and Colonel J. T. Ward.
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    • Two Cotton Plants

    • Agriculture--Mississippi--Photographs.; Farming--Mississippi--Photographs.; Field crops--Mississippi--Photographs.; Cotton--Mississippi--Photographs.; Glass negatives.
    • Two cotton plants. Right: typical 28-95 plant. Left: 28-95 plant which shows reversion and no production.
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    • Fort Massachusetts

    • Fort Massachusetts (Ship Island, Miss.)--Photographs.; Fortifications--United States--Mississippi.; Beaches--Mississippi.; Gulf Coast (Miss.)--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • "Coast-Wide effort may save fort": Hurricane Betsy furthered damaged Fort Massachusetts, Ship Island, Mississippi. Photograph shows the condition of the fort, 1965.
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    • Lauri Mundi

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Lauri Mundi, the Bishop Paine House, built by Rev. Turner Saunders from 1845-1847. Later owned by the Paine family. This photo was taken after 1939 and shows the redone facade. Side view includes garden walk.
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    • Lauri Mundi

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Lauri Mundi, the Bishop Paine House, built by Rev. Turner Saunders from 1845-1847. Later owned by the Paine family. This photo was taken after 1939 and shows the redone facade.
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    • Two women at Lauri Mundi

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings; Women; Women's clothing
    • Two unidentified women at Lauri Mundi, which was built by Rev. Turner Saunders from 1845-1847. Later owned by the Paine family. Photo shows the house's original facade with one-story porch.
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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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    • Lauri Mundi

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Lauri Mundi, the Bishop Paine House, built by Rev. Turner Saunders from 1845-1847. Later owned by the Paine family. Photo shows the house's original facade with one-story porch.
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    • Lauri Mundi

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Lauri Mundi, the Bishop Paine House, built by Rev. Turner Saunders from 1845-1847. Later owned by the Paine family. This photo was taken after 1939 and shows the redone facade.
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    • African-Americans waiting for train, Starkville, 1/1923

    • African-Americans; Wier, Letha (d. 1923); Wier, Robert K.; Mississippi Extension Service; Blumenfeld and Fried (Starkville, Miss.)
    • African-Americans waiting near Lampkin Street in Starkville, Mississippi for the train that will take the body of Letha Gilliam Wier, second wife of Robert Wier, to her home town of Clarksdale, Mississippi. Letha G. Wier was a home demonstration...
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    • 4-H club rally, Meridian

    • 4-H clubs; Buildings; Lauderdale County Courthouse (Meridian, Miss.)
    • 4-H club rally in front of Lauderdale County Courthouse, Meridian, Mississippi. Photograph shows the courthouse before it was remodeled in 1939.
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    • Cypress Brake

    • Forests and forestry--Louisiana--Photographs.; Cypress--Louisiana--Photographs.; Swamps--Louisiana--Photographs.
    • Cypress brake near Rayville, Louisiana. Logged sometime prior to 1924. During the fall and winter of 1924 the swamp dried up and fire swept through it. The picture shows what is left in 1925.
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