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  • Geographic location: Clay County (Miss.)
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    • Clay County Extension Agent Narrative Report

    • Camp Pushmataha (Lowndes County, Miss.); Cattle--Mississippi--Clay County.; Clay County Corn Club (Miss.); Clay County Cotton Club (Miss.); Clay County (Miss.); Clay County Pig Club (Miss.); Clay County Rotary Club (Miss.); Clippings (Books,...
    • Narrative Report from Clay County Extension Agent Thomas Douglas.
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    • Election Ballot August 28, 1923

    • Local elections--Mississippi--Clay County.; Primaries--Mississippi--Clay County.
    • Official ballot for the Democratic Primary Election of Clay County (Miss.) on August 28, 1923.
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    • Letter, Ben R. Rhett to William L. Young; 11/22/1908

    • Roosters; Poultry; Clay County (Miss.); Young, William L., Captain
    • Letter from Ben R. Rhett to 'Captain Billy' (William L. Young) at Waverley Plantation in Clay County, Mississippi, regarding a rooster that had been promised to Rhett by Young. Document found at Waverley Plantation in 1936.
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    • Poison Demonstration

    • Cotton--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; West Point Cotton Club (West Point, Miss.)--Photographs.; Farms--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; Montgomery, J. F.; Moline-Hooper Company (Memphis, Tenn.)
    • Cotton poisoning demonstration on the farm of J. F. Montgomery 3 miles east of West Point.
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    • Cotton Boy 2

    • Cotton--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; West Point Cotton Club (West Point, Miss.)--Photographs.; Williams, Earnest--Photographs.; 4-H Clubs--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.
    • Earnest Williams sits atop his bale of cotton weighing 602 lbs. Earnest won the Championship Club Boy [in] his beat.
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    • Club Camp Departure

    • Camping--Outdoor recreation--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; West Point Rotary Club (West Point, Miss.)--Photographs. Camp Pushmataha (Lowndes County, Miss.); 4-H Clubs--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.
    • One of a few trucks that transported boys to the Club camp at Camp Pushmataha on the Tombigbee.
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    • Cotton Boy 1

    • Cotton--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; Andrews, Stacy--Photographs.; West Point Cotton Club (West Point, Miss.)--Photographs.
    • An enthusiastic Cotton Club boy who made a bale of cotton weighing 570 lbs. and was awarded the prize for being the best Cotton Club Boy in Clay County.
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    • Boy With Prize-Winning Pig

    • Swine--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; Duroc Jersey swine--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; Hughes, Estridge--Photographs.; 4-H Clubs--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.
    • Estridge Hughes of Montpelier, Mississippi with his prize-winning Duroc Jersey gilt.
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    • Florida Steers

    • Cattle--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.
    • A portion of the 1000 head of Florida Steers, shipped from near the Everglades to graze on the wonderful pastures of Clay County.
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    • Poultry Culling Demonstration Crowd

    • Poultry--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.
    • Crowd at one of the poultry culling demonstrations held in the county.
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    • Effects of Fertilization

    • Fertilizer industry--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; Melton, Jum--Photographs.
    • Slide showing Jum Melton of Pheba, Miss. standing between two rows of cotton, one fertilized with 250 pounds of home mixture and the other unfertilized.
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    • Soy Bean Demonstration

    • Farming--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; Soybean--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; Bennett, J. C.--Photographs.
    • Mr. J. C. Bennett of Pheba, Miss. stands in a section of his 10 acre Laredo Soybean demonstration.
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    • Soybean and Corn Farm

    • Soybean--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; Corn--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; Farming--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; Brand, R.L.; Saul, T.G.--Photographs.
    • T. G. Saul, County Superintendent of Education, stands in a section of a fifteen acre field of soybeans and corn on the farm of R. L. Brand.
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    • Club Boy Rally

    • Public demonstrations--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; 4-H Clubs--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; 4-H Club rallies--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.
    • A club rally for all club boys in the County was held in West Point on March 29th. Here the club boys march in single file down Commerce Street in a line more than a block long.
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    • Cattle Deal Men

    • Railroads--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; Cattle--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; Crosby, Will--Photographs.; Gulf, Mobile and Ohio Railroad.; Horner, Jack--Photographs.
    • From left to right: Mr. Robison, representative of M. & O. Railroad, who was successful in acquainting this section with the Cattle deal, and Will Crosby and Jack Horner, who were instrumental in putting the deal over, and who bought and grazed the...
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    • Election Ballot for August 23, 1927

    • Primaries--Mississippi--Clay County.; Local elections--Mississippi--Clay County.
    • Official ballot for the Democratic Primary Election of Clay County on August 23, 1927.
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    • Recipes for medicines

    • Canine distemper; Horses; Chickens; Veterinary medicine; Medicine; African-Americans; Waverley Plantation (Miss.)
    • Recipes for medicines to treat ailments in animals: 'Distemper in Dogs'; 'Colic in Horses'; 'Swiney In Horses'; 'Blind staggers'; 'Coughs in Horses'; 'Tonic Powder'; 'Cholera in Chickens'; and 'Roup in chickens'. A section that begins 'Negro...
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    • Clay County 4-H poultry judging team

    • 4-H clubs; Poultry; Contests; Rushing, Dot Marie; Agricultural extension workers
    • Clay County 4-H poultry judging team made high team score and had highest scoring individual in contest. Front row, left to right - Jackie Ellis, 1943 team member and assistant to coach; Elsie Ray Ellis, Ann Harter; and Dot Marie Rushing, Clay...
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