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    • Some Things Worth Seeing

    • Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service.; Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College.; College campuses--Mississippi--Starkville--Pictorial works.; Dormitories--Mississippi--Starkville--Pictorial works.;...
    • "Some Things Worth Seeing at the Mississippi Agricultural & Mechanical College," a brochure highlighting points of interest at the college, ca. 1914.
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    • It's time for some straight thinking on agricultural research

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; National Cotton Council of America; Cotton; American Cotton Congress; Agriculture; Research
    • 'It's Time For Some Straight Thinking on Agricultural Research'': address by William Rhea Blake, executive vice president of the National Cotton Council, before the American Cotton Congress, in Waco, Texas, May 5, 1959.
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    • Pike County 4-H members

    • 4-H clubs; Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service;Mississippi State University (Starkville, Miss.)
    • Pike County 4-H club members in front of the Agricultural Extension Service building. Some names include: Billie J. Brewer, Louise Wilson, Ouida Lawrence, Bobbie Sue Raborn, Mary Ellis Raborn, Mary Katherine Nettles, Dorothy Marie Price, Rich...
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    • Airplane on Ground

    • Aeronautics--Photographs.; Airplanes--Photographs.; Aerial spraying and dusting in agriculture--Photographs.; Agricultural machinery--Photographs.
    • An airplane on ground-close up to show some unknown installation.
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    • The Smith-Kleberg Bill

    • Margarine; Margarine industry; American Institute of Home Grown Fats and Oils; Cobb, Lois D. (Lois Dowdle), 1889-1987; United States. Smith-Kleberg Bill (1934)
    • Pamphlet about the Smith-Kleberg Bill (S. 3203 and H. R. 8050), published by the American Institute of Home Grown Fats and Oils. The purpose of the bill was to promote the use of margarine and remove some of the restrictions and tariffs on the...
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    • 4-H color demonstration

    • 4-H clubs; Interior decoration; Agricola (George County, Miss.)
    • Mississippi's champion in 4-H home improvement demonstration chosen during the 25th annual State 4-H Club Congress at Mississippi State College is Martha Ann Bullard of Agricola in George County, shown here pointing out some uses of a color chart,...
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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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    • 59 Years of Progress in Mississippi Through Agricultural Research

    • Mississippi State University--History.; Agronomy--Mississippi.; Livestock--Mississippi.; Cattle--Mississippi.; Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station--History.; Agriculture--Mississippi.
    • Brochure on the Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station: its growth and development, its facilities and program of work, its needs, and some of its contributions toward the betterment of Mississippi agriculture.
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    • Forestry schools and education

    • May, William M.--Photographs.; Illinois Central Railroad Company--Photographs.; Forestry--Mississippi.; Mississippi Forestry Association--Photographs.; Roosevelt State Park (Miss.)--Photographs.; Forestry schools and education--Mississippi.; Dixie...
    • Mississippi Forestry Association Boys' Conservation School, Roosevelt State Park, Morton, Mississippi. Illinois Central Forester William M. May explains the use of devices and chemicals used to kill undesirable trees in woods to some boys1960.
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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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    • Delta Negro Field Day

    • Stevens, Boswell (Arthur Boswell), 1897-1986; African-Americans; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Extension work, agricultural
    • Boswell Stevens addressing African-Americans at Delta Negro Field Day, Stoneville, Mississippi. Some 800 families participated.
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    • W.R. Sullivan and Dewitt C. Lundy

    • Lundy, Dewitt C., 1893-1975; Sullivan, W.R.; 4-H clubs; Corn; Agricultural extension workers
    • Some points on judging corn are shown to County Agent W. R. Sullivan of Holmes County by Dewitt C. Lundy (right) of Lexington, member of the original Holmes County boys' corn club. Lundy was one of four Southern boys to win the first national award...
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    • Sam Williams and Jack Temple

    • Williams, Sam--Photographs.; Temple, Jack--Photographs.; Fishing--Mississippi--Bay St. Louis--Photographs.; Spotted seatrout--Mississippi.; Fishing boats--Mississippi--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Sam Williams secretary-manager of the Gulfport Chamber of Commerce and Jack Temple of Gulfport caught some 113 speckled trout near the railroad bridge in Bay St. Louis on October 9, 1964.
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    • Letter to Mims

    • Yellow fever--Mississippi.; Voorhees, Daniel W. (Daniel Wolsey), 1827-1897.; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865.; Williams family.
    • Typed letter from Cammie Williams to his brother Mims, regarding some old documents he found related to their grandfathers. The letter mentions that it is the 50th anniversary of the yellow fever epidemic which killed their father; this took place...
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    • Aaron Spell Bankruptcy Allowance, 1843

    • Bankruptcy--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.
    • 20 January 1843 bankruptcy allowance for Aaron Spell, signed by F. S. Hunt, Bankruptcy Assignee, which excludes some livestock from a bankruptcy sale.
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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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