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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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    • Charles S. Jordan, Jr.

    • Jordan, Charles S., Jr.--Photographs.; Sawmills--Mississippi--Photographs.; Pearl River (Miss. and La.)--Photographs.
    • Charles S. Jordan, Jr., forest history interviewee of Columbia, Mississippi, holding picture of floating sawmill operated on the Pearl River by his father, Charles S. Jordan, Sr..
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    • Letters between Robert M. Koch and Mose S. Shaw

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Farmers; National Grange; Economic policy; Agriculture; Cooley, Harold Dunbar, 1897-1974; Agriculture and state
    • Correspondence between Robert M. Koch, president of National Limestone Institute, Inc., and Mose S. Shaw, director of the Agricultural Extension Service at Mississippi State University concerning agricultural policy and the American Farm Bureau...
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    • Letter to Hattie Carmichael

    • Bear Creek (Miss.)--History.; Courtship--History.
    • Letter to Hattie Carmichael from her cousin, Bettie, in Bear Creek, Mississippi, regarding mutual acquaintances and local events.
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    • Letter, M. M. Hubert to Mose S. Shaw; 8/3/1951

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Farmers; African-Americans; Shaw, Mose Sydney
    • Letter to Mose S. Shaw from Major M. Hubert, director of Negro Men's Work for the Mississippi State University Extension Service, concerning the appropriation of $100 among five contest winners.
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    • Moss and Newman

    • Moss, Robert S.(Sid)--Photographs.; Newman, C. B. (Buddy)--Photographs.; Public officers--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • Robert S. (Sid) Moss, Mississippi state forester (left), with Speaker of the House Buddie Newman, 1986.
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    • Moss With Mabus

    • Moss, Robert S.(Sid)--Photographs.; Mabus, Ray, 1948-.--Photographs.; Public officers--Mississippi--Photographs.; Governors--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • Fire Prevention Month Proclamation (March 1989). Robert S. (Sid) Moss, Mississippi state forester, with Mississippi Governor Ray Mabus.
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    • Moss With Cochran

    • National Association of State Foresters--Photographs.; Moss, Robert S.(Sid)--Photographs.; Cochran, Thad--Photographs.; Legislators--United States--Mississippi--Photographs.; Award presentations--Photographs.
    • Senator Thad Cochran of Mississippi (right) is presented with the Orell Award by Robert S. (Sid) Moss (left), Mississippi state forester, 1988.
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    • M. S. Shaw biography

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Shaw, Mose S.; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Agricultural extension work; Farming
    • Biographical essay on Mose S. Shaw, director of the Agricultural Extension Service at Mississippi State University.
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    • Staff and Students of Noxubee Industrial School

    • Noxubee Industrial School (McLeod, Miss.); African-American Schools--Mississippi--Noxubee County--Photographs.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • Staff and students at Mollison's Hall at 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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    • Noxubee Industrial School Commencement

    • Graduation (School)--Photographs.; Noxubee Industrial School (McLeod, Miss.); African-American Schools--Mississippi--Noxubee County--Photographs.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • 1913 commencement at Mollison's Hall at 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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    • Letters between Boswell Stevens and Mose S. Shaw

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Agriculture; Commercial products; Crops; Agricultural prices; Economic policy; Cotton; Agriculture and state
    • Correspondence between Boswell Stevens and Mose S. Shaw concerning letter from Agriculture Secretary Ezra Taft Benson seeking input on agricultural price support policies, particularly cotton.
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    • Minister's School in Little Rock, Arkansas

    • Wier, Sadye H.--Photographs.; African-American Clergy--United State--Photographs.
    • Minister's School in Little Rock, Arkansas, 1955. Sadye Hunter Wier (pictured front, fourth from left) was a teacher there.
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    • Barnes Logging Camp Group Photo

    • Barnes, James Wilson.--Photographs.; Barnes, Matt.--Photographs.; Lumber camps--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • James Wilson Barnes-owned logging camp. James Wilson Barnes, standing on left. Matt Barnes, fourth on back row, was foreman.
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    • Bankrupt farm prices - the gateway to a depression

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; United States. Congress. Senate.; Agricultural prices; Agricultural price supports; Agriculture and state; Eisenhower, Dwight David, Pres. U.S., 1890-1969
    • Bankrupt Farm Prices - The Gateway to a Depression, speech made by U.S. Senator John C. Stennis (Mississippi) on the Senate Floor, on January 29, 1953. Concerns agricultural price supports and his support for a bill to continue mandatory supports...
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    • Letter to Hattie Carmichael

    • Crystal Springs (Miss.)--History.; Courtship--History.; Toothache--Treatment.
    • Letter to Hattie Carmichael Williams from her friend Lola, regarding various people and events in Crystal Springs, Mississippi.
    • Letter
    • Noxubee Industrial School Band

    • Noxubee Industrial School (McLeod, Miss.); African-American Schools--Mississippi--Noxubee County--Photographs.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.; Child musicians--Photographs.
    • Student band at Noxubee Industrial School in McLeod, Mississippi. The school was founded in 1898 by S.J. Hunter, father of Sadye H. Wier.
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    • Trades Department Building

    • Noxubee Industrial School (McLeod, Miss.); African-American Schools--Mississippi--Noxubee County--Photographs.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • Trades department building at 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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    • Lowndes County Extension Staff

    • Wier, Sadye H.--Photographs.; Lowndes County (Miss.)--Photographs.
    • Extension Staff of Lowndes County, Mississippi. L-R standing: Mrs. Myric, Mrs. Jimmie Howard, Miss Curtis; L-R seated: Mrs. Virginia Leigh, Mr. W.B. Latham, Mrs. Sadye H. Wier, Mr. D.S. Cochran.
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    • Sadye Hunter Wier at 8 Years Old

    • Wier, Sadye H.--Photographs.; Children's costumes--United States--Mississippi--Photographs.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • Sadye Hunter Wier at 8 years old, c. 1914.
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