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    • The Calf Book

    • Calves.; Aberdeen Creamery Company (Aberdeen, Miss.)
    • The Calf Book: 24-page pamphlet on calf-rearing, advertising the De Laval Cream Separator, and distributed by the Aberdeen Creamery Company in Aberdeen, Mississippi.
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    • The Happier Living Contest

    • 4-H Clubs--Mississippi.; Happier Living Contest.; Home demonstration work--Mississippi.; Gulf, Mobile and Ohio Railroad Company.; Department of Agriculture and Forestry.
    • 3-page typed description of the 4-H Happier Living Contest and the girls who have been winners.
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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: Mississippi...
    • 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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    • Interview with William M. Bost

    • Mississippi State University--Employees--Interviews; Mississippi State University--Alumni and alumnae; Mississippi State University--History; Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service; Mississippi State University. Cooperative...
    • Oral history; Interview with William M. Bost, conducted on July 10, 2002 at Mitchell Memorial Library, Mississippi State University. Dr. Bost was born in Ecru, Pontotoc County, Mississippi, in 1924 and grew up on a farm. After serving in the...
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    • Noxubee Industrial School Catalog

    • Noxubee Industrial School (McLeod, Miss.); African-American Schools--Mississippi--Noxubee County.; Hunter, Samuel J.
    • 1917-1918 catalog of the Noxubee Industrial School, founded in 1898 by S.J. Hunter, father of Sadye H. Wier. The school was located in McLeod, Mississippi.
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    • Interview with Paul H. Perkins

    • 4-H Clubs; Farm life-Mississippi; Depressions--1929--United States; Tennessee Valley Authority; Electric power--Mississippi; Tornadoes--Mississippi--Tupelo.
    • Oral history; First of two interviews conducted with Paul H. Perkins, conducted on February 11, 2005 at Mitchell Memorial Library, Mississippi State University.
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    • Balance Agriculture with Industry

    • Agriculture--Mississippi.; Industrialization--Mississippi.; Balance Agriculture with Industry (Miss.); Mississippi--Economic policy.; Mississippi Agricultural and Industrial Board.
    • Mississippi state law ""Balance Agriculture with Industry,"" 1944, from House Bill 176.
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    • Souvenir Album

    • Stamps Quartet Music Company.; Stamps Quartet.; Sportatorium (Dallas, Tex.); KRLD (Radio station : Dallas, Tex.); Gospel music--Pictorial works.
    • Souvenir album from an all-night broadcast by the Stamps Quartet Music Company at the Sportatorium in Dallas, Texas.
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    • Aberdeen Creamery Bulletin

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Creameries.; Dairy Plants.; Aberdeen Creamery Company (Aberdeen, Miss.)
    • 16-page pamphlet provided for patrons of the Aberdeen Creamery in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Volume 2, Number 11, dated September 1924.
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    • Mississippi Poultry Association constitution and by-laws

    • Mississippi Poultry Association; Poultry; Poultry farms; Associations, institutions, etc.
    • Handbook from the Mississippi Poultry Association detailing the constitution, by-laws, and records of membership. Alphabetical membership list details the poultry breeds raised by members. Includes advertisements.
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    • Better Farm Homes Contest Papers

    • Farm houses--Mississippi--Chickasaw County.; Farms--Mississippi--Chickasaw County.; Home improvement--Competitions--Mississippi.; Mississippi Agricultural Extension Service.; Gulf, Mobile and Ohio Railroad Company.
    • Project by Mrs. Sid Atkinson for entry into the 1951-1952 Better Farm Homes Contest.
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    • Minstrel Show Program

    • Minstrel shows--Mississippi--Chickasaw County.
    • Program from the 1954 Houston, Miss. Jaycees Minstrel Show.
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    • Land of Opportunity Pamphlet

    • Chickasaw County (Miss.)--Pictorial works.; Houston (Miss.)--Pictorial works.; Agriculture--Mississippi--Chickasaw County.; Chickasaw County Courthouse (Houston, Miss.)--Pictorial works.; Chickasaw County (Miss.)--Publicity.; Houston...
    • Pictorial pamphlet published by the Houston Progressive League describing Houston and Chickasaw County, Mississippi.
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    • An educated agricultural public

    • Agriculture
    • Address by Cully A. Cobb to the Louisiana State Teachers Association's annual convention in Monroe, Louisiana, 1932.
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    • Memo from Cully Cobb; 1933

    • Agriculture; Cobb, Cully Alton
    • Memorandum by Cully A. Cobb regarding acreage reduction proposals.
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    • Aaron Spell Account 12 Bales Cotton, 1835

    • Cotton industry--1830-1840.; Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.
    • 10 January 1835 account receipt for twelve bales of cotton sold in New Orleans for Aaron Spell by Maddux & Woods.
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    • Aaron Spell Account 16 Bales Cotton, 1847

    • Cotton industry--1840-1850.; Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.
    • 1 April 1847 account for sixteen bales of cotton sold in New Orleans for Aaron Spell.
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    • Aaron Spell Account 18 Bales Cotton

    • Cotton industry--1840-1850.; Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Steamboats.; Pathfinder (Steamboat)
    • 4 November 1846 account for eighteen bales of cotton brought to New Orleans from Yazoo City on the steamboat Pathfinder and sold in New Orleans for Aaron Spell.
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