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  • Time period: 1960-1969
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    • First Boys Corn Club sign

    • 4-H clubs; Historical markers (Holmes County, Miss.); Signs and symbolism
    • Historic sign for the First Boys' Corn Club, formed 1907, at Holmes County, Mississippi, by William Hall 'Corn Club' Smith.
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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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    • Mary Holmes College, 1967-1968

    • Mary Holmes College (West Point, Miss.); Mary Holmes College (West Point, Miss.)--Pictorial works; Mary Holmes Junior College (West Point, Miss.); Catalogs, School; Junior colleges; School yearbooks.
    • The school catalog of Mary Holmes College for the 1967-1968 year.
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    • School desegregation meeting

    • School integration; Segregation; Civil rights; African Americans; Conner, Douglas L.; Starkville (Miss.)
    • Handwritten minutes of a meeting of the plaintiffs in the Oktibbeha County school desegregation case. Issues discussed were the bus system, the status of black teachers in white schools, and problems being faced.
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    • Letter from Henderson High School Alumni Association

    • School integration; Segregation; Civil rights; African Americans; Conner, Douglas L.; Starkville (Miss.)
    • Letter from the Henderson High School Alumni Association, supporting the school and listing reasons why they oppose integration (the ''one high school idea'').
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    • School desegregation position of the Oktibbeha County Branch - NAACP

    • School integration; Segregation; Civil rights; African Americans; Conner, Douglas L.; Starkville (Miss.)
    • Position of the Oktibbeha County NAACP on ending the dual school system, using structures already available, and proposing two options for how the schools could be combined (Plans A and B).
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    • Plan A for consolidating Starkville public schools

    • School integration; Segregation; Civil rights; African Americans; Conner, Douglas L.; Starkville (Miss.)
    • First option submitted by the plaintiffs for the integration of public schools in Starkville, Mississippi. Includes handwritten draft.
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    • Plan B for consolidating Starkville public schools

    • School integration; Segregation; Civil rights; African Americans; Conner, Douglas L.; Starkville (Miss.)
    • Second option submitted by the plaintiffs for the integration of public schools in Starkville, Mississippi. Includes typed draft with corrections.
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    • Starkville desegregation plan

    • School integration; Segregation; Civil rights; African Americans; Conner, Douglas L.; Starkville (Miss.)
    • Plan submitted for the integration of Starkville city and Oktibbeha County schools. Includes handwritten draft.
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    • Survey of attitudes

    • School integration; Segregation; Civil rights; African Americans; Conner, Douglas L.; Starkville (Miss.)
    • Public survey of Starkville citizens' attitudes about school integration.
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    • The Collinswood story

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Poultry; Poultry plants; Mississippi Federated Cooperatives (AAL)
    • Brochure describing the story of Collinswood, a Mississippi poultry plant and division of the Mississippi Federated Cooperatives (AAL).
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    • No Black dollars, no Black workers

    • School integration; Segregation; Civil rights; African Americans; Conner, Douglas L.; Starkville (Miss.)
    • Text for sign urging boycott of Starkville businesses that support segregation.
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    • Why there is unrest in the Black community

    • School integration; Segregation; Civil rights; African Americans; Conner, Douglas L.; Starkville (Miss.)
    • Handwritten draft of an article or letter about an unsatisfactory plan proposed by the white school board.
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