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    • Greene County boys

    • 4-H clubs; Greene County (Miss.)
    • Greene County 4-H Club boys at Sand Hill Community Fair, September 1920. J. R. Bradshaw, county agent, Miss Dixie May, home agent.
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    • Ransom Aldrich cattle

    • Aldrich, Ransom E., 1894-1950; Aberdeen-Angus cattle; Farms; Livestock
    • Angus cattle on the Ransom Aldrich Farm, Michigan City, Mississippi.
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    • Ransom Aldrich farm

    • Aldrich, Ransom E., 1894-1950; Farms; Farmhouses; Aerial photographs
    • Aerial view of the Ransom Aldrich farm, Michigan City, Mississippi.
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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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    • Mattress-making center

    • Mattresses; Home demonstration work; African-Americans
    • Mattress-making center in Quitman County, Mississippi.
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    • Magnolia 4-H Club

    • 4-H clubs; Uniforms; Girls
    • Members of the Magnolia 4-H Club from Picayune (Miss.). Left to right: Etha May Seals, Katherine McKee, Lucille Smith, Magaret Formby, Willie Mae Spiers, Aretha Smith, Dorothy Formby, Hilda Formby. Top row: Edith Walker, Edna Wierengo, Onieta...
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    • 4-H canning demonstration

    • 4-H clubs; Canning and preserving; Women's clothing
    • Elizabeth McWilliams, Four-H club member giving a canning demonstration, Lauderdale County, Mississippi.
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    • 4-H boxer Posey

    • 4-H clubs; Boxing; 4-H Club Congress (Miss.); Posey, Clarence, 1907-1981; Neshoba County (Miss.)
    • Clarence Posey of Neshoba County began his boxing career as a 4-H member at the State 4-H Club Congress (A&M College) by knocking out the college conference champion. He boxed as a professional with a cloverleaf on his trunks and was known as...
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    • 4-H Club rally Louisville

    • 4-H clubs; First Baptist Church (Louisville, Miss.); Churches; Clothing and dress
    • 4-H Club county rally in front of the old First Baptist Church, Louisville, Mississippi.
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    • Children in 'soup mixture' costumes

    • 4-H clubs; Agriculture; Children's costumes; Home demonstration work
    • Oktibbeha County Short Course: Girls dressed in vegetable costumes, 'Okra, Beans, & Tomatoes - Soup Mixture'. Fannie Randle, Home demonstration agent.
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    • 4-H berry camp

    • 4-H clubs; Food crops; Farm produce
    • Oktibbeha County, Mississippi 4-H 'Berry Camp'.
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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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    • 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.
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    • African-Americans with horses

    • African-Americans; Horses
    • African-Americans showing horses, ponies and mules in contest, including one contest winner.
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    • Willie Drew and cotton bales

    • 4-H clubs; Cotton; Wagons; Horses
    • Wagon and team of horses with two bales of cotton. Sign 'Produced on One Acre by Willie Drew of Schlater, Miss'.
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    • Mississippi 4-H delegation

    • 4-H clubs; Washington Monument (Washington, D.C.); Clothing and dress; Tents
    • Mississippi 4-H delegation at the national rally in Washington, D.C., ca. 1930s.
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    • State lime plant Waynesboro

    • Lime; Factories; Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce
    • The inactive State lime plant at Waynesboro, Mississippi is inaccessible to highways and is recommended to be abandoned for agricultural lime. The deposit is heavily overburdened with 10-15 ft. of soil. Former operations of hand digging, air...
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    • Motion picture gathering

    • Motion pictures; Clothing and dress; Wagons; Automobiles; Progress School (Lauderdale County, Miss.); School buildings
    • Motion picture gathering with possible dinner on the grounds at Progress School House, Lauderdale County, Mississippi.
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