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    • Interview with Joe Cardwell

    • Teachers--Interviews; Mississippi State University--Faculty--Interviews; Dairy products industry; Herzer, F. H. (Frederick Herman); Edam cheese; Montgomery, William B.; Dairies–-Mississippi–-Oktibbeha County; Dairy Industries Building:...
    • Oral history; Interview conducted with Joe Thomas Cardwell, conducted on July 30, 2002 at Mitchell Memorial Library, Mississippi State University. Cardwell, an MSU dairy chemist and dairy foods processing technologist, was born in Vernon, Texas in...
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    • Autobiographical sketch and narrative helps in Mississippi history, 1925

    • Love family; Lowndes County (Miss.); Crawford (Miss.); Mississippi; United States; Civil war; Southern States; Reconstruction (U.S. History, 1865-1877); Chickasaw Indians; Choctaw Indians; Mississippi. National Guard
    • Transcript of William A. Love's manuscript history which he titled Autobiographical Sketch and Narrative Help's in Mississippi History. This history written in longhand by Love around 1925 is an attempt to tell Mississippi�s history from the...
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    • The Dixie Press Alley

    • Alleys--Mississippi--Gulfport.; Dixie Press (Gulfport, Miss.)--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • The Dixie Alley, which is at the rear of Dixie Press, Gulfport, Mississippi.
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    • Wilkes-Pullen home

    • Dwellings; Monroe County (Miss.)
    • The Wilkes-Pullen home, which stood from 1850 to the 1970s in Gladneyville, near Aberdeen, Mississippi.
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    • 4-H Club forestry lesson

    • Forestry; 4-H clubs; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Agricultural extension workers
    • 4-H club boys and extension forester studying wood which needs thinning.
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    • Junie and Buddy with Rex Bricks

    • Goodman, Arthur Louis, Jr., 1921-.--Photographs.; Goodman, James Philip, 1923-.--Photographs.; Clothing and dress--Mississippi--Oktibbeha County--Photographs.
    • Junie and Buddy Goodman, cleaning bricks from the Rex Theatre, which burned in the 1929 Starkville (Miss.) fire.
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    • Wartime Adjustment in the College

    • Mississippi State University--History.; Army Specialized Training Program (U.S.); Mississippi State College.; Weems, R. C.; Humphrey, George Duke, 1897-1973.; World War II.; Military education--Missisisppi.
    • ""Wartime Adjustment in the Colleges,"" paper read by Dean R. C. Weems before an educational group, which gives rather fully what M. S. C. is doing during the period of war.
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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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    • 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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    • 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.
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    • Camp Gulf Park

    • Beaches--Mississippi--Harrison County--Photographs.; Gulfport (Miss.)--Photographs.; Recreation.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Among the groups that enjoyed the Mississippi Gulf Coast's new sand beach this summer were the girls who attended Camp Gulf Park, which closed July 19 [1952].Seated left to right: Dona Harry, Diana Hatten, Susan Lake, and Linda Sharp. Standing:...
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    • Shrimp Festival Marine Parade

    • Mullin, Herbert--Photographs.; Biloxi Shrimp Festival--Photographs.; Blessing of the Shrimp Fleet (Biloxi, Miss.)--Photographs.; Shrimp industry--Mississippi--Gulf Region.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • The mighty fishing fleet lines up to form the endless-seeming marine parade that preceeded the Blessing of the Fleet ceremonies which highlighted the two-day Biloxi Shrimp Festival, 1957. More that 200 boats passed before the 'Reub Junge' where...
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    • Oland Moody and champion ram

    • Sheep; Kosciusko (Miss.); Livestock exhibitions
    • Oland Moody, Kosciusko, Attala County, Mississippi holding his champion Hampshire ram, which is being judged by Ralph Rone, Ethel, also junior exhibitor in show. Forest, Mississippi show, 1944.
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    • Dorothy Dickins dairy marketing report and related correspondence

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station; Dairy products; Milk; Agriculture; Marketing research; Advertising; Posters; Grocery trade
    • Dairy products investigation proposal and final report ' Advertising dairy products in grocery stores', a study funded by the American Dairy Association and conducted by Dr. Dorothy Dickins for the Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station. Also...
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    • Buena Vista Motel Swimming Pool

    • Biloxi--Mississippi.; Resorts--Mississippi.; Tourism--Mississippi.; Buena Vista Motel (Biloxi, Miss.)--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Newly completed Buena Vista Motel Units and Swimming Pool which were part of the older Buena Vista Hotel.
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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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    • Mrs. Millicent Howell and Mrs. Harriet DeWeese

    • DeWeese, Harriet--Photographs.; Howell, Millicent--Photographs.; St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church (Philadelphia, Miss.)--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Mrs. Millicent Howell and Mrs. Harriet DeWeese in front of St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, Mississippi, 1964, for which they designed the cut glass windows.
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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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    • Bomb Simulation

    • Emergency management--Mississippi.; Atomic bomb--Safety measures.; Military maneuvers--Photographs.; Streets--Mississippi--Gulfport--Photographs.; Gulfport (Miss.)--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • As a part of Exercise Sagebrush, the largest maneuver for military and air forces since World War II and possibly the largest peacetime training exercise ever staged in history, Gulfport Field (Gulfport, Mississippi)was the target of a simulated...
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