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    • Mississippi State Fair canning exhibit

    • 4-H Clubs; Hinds County (Miss.); Canning and preserving; Exhibitions; Mississippi State Fair (Jackson, Miss.)
    • Canning exhibit at the Mississippi State Fair, Jackson, Mississippi.
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    • Ruby Cole

    • Clothing and dress; 4-H clubs; Women's clothing
    • Ruby Cole of Neshoba County (Miss.), 4-H Clothing Class II participant.
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    • Miller Flowers

    • Corn; Land use; 4-H clubs
    • Miller Flowers, Land-Use Scholarship winner of 1941. Picture taken in August of 1942.
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    • Boys' 4-H club exhibit

    • 4-H clubs; Corn; Exhibitions; Food crops; Signs and symbolism
    • Boys' 4-H club exhibit displaying corn, potatoes, and other vegetables, together with the 4-H symbols and creed.
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    • Delta Rice Growers conveyor

    • Rice farmers; Washington County
    • Delta Rice Growers conveyor, Greenville (Miss.). Two men watch the cascading rice.
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    • Cotton grading and classing

    • Cotton; Grading; 4-H Club Congress (Miss.); 4-H clubs; Clothing and dress
    • 4-H club members at the 1934 Mississippi 4-H Club Congress, studying cotton grading and classing.
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    • McCord Club Exhibit

    • McCord 4-H Club (Attala County, Miss.); Canning and preserving; Exhibitions; 4-H clubs; Baked goods; Christmas
    • McCord 4-H Club exhibit of Christmas gifts from the farm, canned goods, fruit and baked goods.
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    • Poultry club participants

    • 4-H clubs; Chickens; African-Americans; Girls; Clothing and dress
    • African-American female 4-H club members holding chickens, with group leader looking on.
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    • Corn judging

    • Corn; Judging; 4-H Club Congress (Miss.); 4-H clubs; Clothing and dress
    • 4-H boys learn how to judge corn at the 1932 Mississippi 4-H Club Congress.
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    • American Dairy Association of Mississippi display

    • American Dairy Association of Mississippi; Dairy products; Dairy farming; Seventeen Magazine (Publication)
    • American Dairy Association of Mississippi display of healthy foods, including a milk display from Seventeen Magazine.
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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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    • First 4-H club tree

    • 4-H Clubs; Mississippi State College (Starkville, Miss.); Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Tree planting; McKay, A.B.
    • The first 4-H club tree set at State College by 4-H club boys and girls is dedicated to Professor A. B. McKay, Extension Leader in Horticulture. Tree was dedicated January 17, 1933.
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    • Grenada County 4-H exhibit

    • 4-H clubs; African-Americans; Grenada County Negro 4-H Club; Exhibitions
    • Grenada County Negro 4-H Club fall exhibit, 1944
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    • Tom Boykin and loblolly pines

    • Smith, F.M.; Lauderbon, Don; Tanner, James E.; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Agricultural extension workers; Forestry; Loblolly pine
    • Sherriff Tom Boykin shows his loblolly pine saplings: (Left to Right): F. M. Smith, County Agent; Tom Boykin; Don Lauderbon, Extension forester; James E. Tanner, 4-H County agent; and Colonel J. T. Ward.
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    • Feeding hogs

    • African-Americans; Swine; Livestock
    • Unidentified young African-American woman feeding hogs.
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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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    • Mississippi Creamerymen's Exhibit

    • Exhibitions; Creameries; Mississippi Creamerymens Association
    • Exhibit of the Mississippi Creamerymen's Association.
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    • Shelling and canning peas

    • African-Americans; Kitchens; Peas
    • African-American youth shelling and learning to can peas.
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