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    • Canned Products

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.; Canning and preserving--Photographs.; Lowndes County Fair (Lowndes County, Miss.)--Photographs.; Lowndes County (Miss.)--Photographs.
    • Canned products at 1958 Lowndes County Fair.
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    • Woman in Bedroom

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.; Bedrooms--Mississippi--Photographs.; Dwellings--Mississippi--Photographs.; Home demonstration work--Mississippi--Photographs.
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    • 4-H Building Front

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.; 4-H Clubs--Mississippi--Photographs.; Flora Parrish 4-H Camp (Canton, Miss.)--Photographs.
    • Front of a 4-H building at Flora Parrish 4-H Camp, Canton, Missisisppi.
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    • People Sitting at Table 1

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.; Dwellings--Mississippi--Photographs.
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    • School Auditorium

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.; Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service.; Winston County (Miss.)--Photographs.
    • Sadye Wier's early work with Mississippi State University Extension Service: School auditorium, Winston County, Mississippi.
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    • Women Making Furniture

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.; Wier, Sadye H.--Photographs.; Furniture finishing--Photographs.; Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service.; Furniture repairing--Photographs.
    • Sadye Wier's early work with Mississippi State University Extension Service: Women making chairs; Sadye Wier second from left.
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    • Women at Camp

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.; Flora Parrish 4-H Camp (Canton, Miss.)--Photographs.
    • Women at the Flora Parrish 4-H Camp, Canton, Mississippi.
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    • People Sitting at Table 2

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.; Dwellings--Mississippi--Photographs.
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    • Sykes, Watt & Co. Letter

    • Sykes, William; Sykes, Watt & Co.; Agriculture--Mississippi--Winona.; General stores--Mississippi--Winona.
    • Letter from Sykes, Watt & Co. announcing business.
    • Letter
    • Hairston's Display

    • Hairston family--Photographs.; Agricultural exhibitions--Photographs.
    • Hardin Hairston products display.
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    • Women Outside

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.; Flora Parrish 4-H Camp (Canton, Miss.)--Photographs.
    • Women outside at the Flora Parrish 4-H Camp, Canton, Mississippi.
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    • People at Table

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.; Dwellings--Mississippi--Photographs.; Cookery--Mississippi--Photographs.
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    • Sykes Letter 5

    • Sykes, William; Agriculture--Mississippi--Carroll County.; Carroll County (Miss.)--Economic Conditions.; Sykes, James.; Winona (Miss.)--History--Reconstruction, 1865-1877.
    • Letter from William Sykes to James Sykes from Winona, Mississippi, 1868.
    • Letter
    • Motley Display

    • Agricultural exhibitions--Photographs.
    • Motley Community products display.
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    • Macon Community Cannery

    • Wier, Sadye H.--Photographs.; Canning and preserving--Photographs.
    • Sadye H. Wier (center) with Donald Perry and Mary Spearing, pictured in front of Prairie Opportunity, Inc. Community Cannery in Macon, Mississippi.
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    • Flora Parrish Camp

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.; Flora Parrish 4-H Camp (Canton, Miss.)--Photographs.
    • Building at the Flora Parrish 4-H Camp, Canton, Mississippi.
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    • Children Parade Double-Exposure

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.; Parades--Mississippi--West Point--Photographs.; Children's costume--United States--Mississippi--Photographs.
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    • Agreement

    • Sykes, James.; Pigs.; Contracts.; Reconstruction--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; Theft.
    • Edmon Johnston, a Freedman, agrees to pay James Sykes of Lowndes County, Mississippi, $10.00 for killing and eating one of his shoats, 1868; witnessed by Jackson Lanier.
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    • Choir

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.; Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service.; Choirs (Music)--Mississippi--Photographs.; Dwellings--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • Sadye Wier's early work with Mississippi State University Extension Service: 100 voice choir partially pictured in front of a house in Newton, Mississippi.
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