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  • Subject: Home economics
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    • Interview with Ruth Irwin

    • Home economics; Home economics extension work; Women; 4-H clubs; Canning and preserving; Farm life; Family life
    • Interview with Ruth A. Tucker Irwin (1899-1990), wife of Philip Henry Irwin (1894-1979), about home extension work in Warren County, Mississippi. Conducted by Mrs. E. R. McKnight in April 1982.
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    • Interview with Mrs. B. N. Simrall, Sr.

    • Ballground Plantation (Miss.); Floods; Agriculture; Home economics; Home economics extension work; Women; 4-H clubs (Warren County, Miss.); Canning and preserving
    • Interview with the wife of B.N. (Bell Newell) Simrall (1883-1971) of Ballground Plantation in Warren County, Mississippi, primarily regarding the 1927 flood and her work with 4-H. Conducted by Mrs. E. R. McKnight in April 1982.
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    • April 1914 Agriculture and Home Economics Bulletin

    • Mississippi State University--History.; Agricultural education--Mississippi.; Home economics--Study and teaching--Mississippi.; Universities and colleges--Curricula--Catalogs.
    • "Agriculture and Home Economics", Bulletin of the Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College, Volume 11, Number 2 (April 1914).
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    • Interview with Jane Morgan

    • Home economics; Women; Canning and preserving; Chair caning; Families; Farm life
    • Interview with Jane Morgan of Amite County, Mississippi, regarding home economics. Conducted by Mrs. Harris Carmichael.
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    • Boys' & Girls' Club Recommendations

    • Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service.; 4-H clubs--Mississippi.; Agriculture--Mississippi.; Home economics--Mississippi.; Wilson, R. S.
    • Recommendations of Joint Committee on Boys' & Girls' Club Work, from Cooperative Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics, State of Mississippi. Dated January 1925.
    • Document
    • Interview with Betty Newman

    • Home economics; Women; Home demonstration work
    • Interview with Betty Newman of Issaquena County, Mississippi, about the importance of Homemaker's Clubs.
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    • Women with vegetable display

    • Home economics; Women; Home demonstration work; Little, Alice Irene, 1903-1983; Farm produce
    • Home Economist Alice Little and a group of home demonstration participants with a display of garden vegetables. From left to right: Alice Little, Malinda Thompson, Callie Woodruff, Earline Long, and an unidentified woman.
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    • 1921 Household Engineering Corps Yearbook

    • Mississippi State University--History.; Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College.; Home economics--Societies--Mississippi--Starkville.; Mississippi Federation of Women's Clubs.; Women--Societies and clubs--Mississippi--Starkville.
    • 1921 - 1922 Year Book of Household Engineering Corps for Mississippi A. & M. College.
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    • Appreciation ceremony for Alice Irene Little

    • Home economics; African-American women; Little, Alice Irene, 1903-1983; African-American extension workers
    • Program for an appreciation ceremony for Miss Alice Irene Little, Associate Home Economist for Lee County Extension Service, for 29 years of service, January 19, 1969.
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    • Items of Extension History

    • Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service--History.; 4-H clubs--Mississippi.; Home economics--Mississippi.; Agricultural extension work--Mississippi.
    • Cooperative Extension Service "Items of Extension History-Mississippi," a 19 page document describing details and the history of the Extension Service, 1939.
    • Document

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