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  • Subject: African-Americans
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    • African-Americans waiting for train, Starkville, 1/1923

    • African-Americans; Wier, Letha (d. 1923); Wier, Robert K.; Mississippi Extension Service; Blumenfeld and Fried (Starkville, Miss.)
    • African-Americans waiting near Lampkin Street in Starkville, Mississippi for the train that will take the body of Letha Gilliam Wier, second wife of Robert Wier, to her home town of Clarksdale, Mississippi. Letha G. Wier was a home demonstration...
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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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    • Piney Woods members

    • 4-H clubs; Piney Woods School (Piney Woods, Miss.); African-Americans; Post office stations and branches; U. S. Post Office (Piney Woods, Miss.); Rankin County (Miss.)
    • Unidentified group of African-Americans, probably Piney Woods 4-H Club members, in front of the Piney Woods Post Office.
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    • Carrollton Mississippi horse show

    • Horse shows; African-Americans; Buildings
    • Group of men including African-Americans exhibiting horses, Carrollton, Mississippi horse show, 1941.
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    • Borden centennial 1

    • Industry--Oktibbeha County--Mississippi--Photographs. ; African-Americans--Oktibbeha County--Mississippi--Photographs. ; Segregation--Mississippi--1950-1960--Photographs. ; Dairy plants--Photographs. ; Dairy industry--Employees--Photographs.
    • African-Americans seated at banquet table for Borden centennial celebration in 1958.; General Photographs Collection; Borden Company plant photographs
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    • Delta Negro Field Day

    • Stevens, Boswell (Arthur Boswell), 1897-1986; African-Americans; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Extension work, agricultural
    • Boswell Stevens addressing African-Americans at Delta Negro Field Day, Stoneville, Mississippi. Some 800 families participated.
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    • Flood refugee camp

    • Floods; Flood control; Environmental refugees; Refugee camps; African-Americans
    • 1927 Mississippi River Flood aftermath: African-Americans walk by flood refugee camp and houses next to levee, probably in Greenville, Mississippi.
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    • Water baptizing

    • Monroe County (Miss.); Baptism; African-Americans
    • Water baptizing, African-Americans in water and on bank, probably Monroe County, Mississippi.
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    • Robert E. Lee Scholarship Fund brochure

    • Scholarships; African-Americans; Agricultural extension agents; Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College; Communism; Education
    • Brochure for the Robert E. Lee Scholarship Fund, Inc., a fund named for extension agent Robert E. Lee, who served as extension agent for Rankin and Sunflower counties.
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    • Voting Report

    • Elections--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; Reconstruction--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; Freedmen--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Lowndes County.
    • Broadside: "Colored men who voted the Democratic Ticket" and "Radical Freedmen who voted to dishonor the White People," Lowndes County, Mississippi, 1868.
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    • Muldon street

    • Muldon (Miss.); African-Americans; Buildings; Tanks
    • African-American and child on street in Muldon, Mississippi with water tank in background.
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    • Slave Bill of Sale

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Lowndes County; Green, James A.; Slaves--Mississippi--Lowndes County--Bills of sale; Sykes, James
    • Bill of Sale from James Green to James Sykes for "negro woman Jane", 1857.
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    • Letters between M. M. Hubert and Wilma B. Sledge; 5/16/1950

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Farmers; African-Americans farmers; Corn; Contests; Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College; Women
    • Correspondence between M. M. Hubert, leader of the Negro Men's Work, and Mrs. Wilma B. Sledge, social and educational director of the State Farm Bureau, regarding corn production contests and African-American farmers. Included are lists of farmers...
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    • Names List

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; Slaves--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; Sykes, James.
    • List of names, marked "negroes", recorded on back of letter to James Sykes, Lowndes County, Mississippi, 1865.
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    • Madison County Short Course

    • 4-H clubs; Church buildings; African-Americans; Church of God (Madison County, Miss.)
    • African-American men, women, and children at the Madison County 4-H Club Short Course, pictured in front of The Church of God.
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    • Madison County 4-H club camp

    • 4-H clubs; Church buildings; African-Americans; Church of God (Madison County, Miss.)
    • African-American boys, girls and leaders at the Madison County 4-H club camp, pictured in front of The Church of God.
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    • Laclede Plantation Tenants

    • Farmers--Louisiana--Madison Parish--Photographs.; African-Americans--Louisiana--Madison Parish--Photographs.; Laclede Plantation (Madison Parish, La.)--Photographs.; Plantations--Louisiana--Madison Parish--Photographs.
    • Negro tenants on Laclede Plantation, Tallulah (La.).
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    • Country Club Addition

    • Great Southern Country Club (Gulfport, Miss.)--Photographs; Golfers.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Photograph.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Great Southern Country Club, Gulfport, Mississippi opens additions, 1955: Pictured after a round of golf are Charles Hewes, Charles Stewart, Gaston Hewes, Dr. Edson McCabe, Elkins Favre, and Giles Peresich.
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