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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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    • Men showing mules

    • African-Americans; Mules; Exhibitions
    • African-American men showing mules, possibly at a fairgrounds, bleachers, crowd and buildings in background.
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    • Man and load of firewood

    • African-Americans; Oxen; Livestocck; Forests and forestry
    • African-American man driving a team of oxen pulling a wagon load of firewood.
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    • Cooperative shipment 1933

    • Turkeys; Railroad trains; Agriculture, cooperative; Wagons; Trucks; Horses
    • Part of the group of growers who shipped cooperatively from Starkville, Mississippi, November 20, 1933. Ten carloads of turkeys shipped last year from Oktibbeha, Noxubee, Lowndes, Monroe, and Chickasaw Counties, Mississippi.
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