Men's clothing; Mississippi State University (Starkville, Miss.); Farmers; Corn; Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College (Starkville, Miss.); YMCA building (Mississippi State University); Buildings
An group of corn producers in front of the YMCA building (later the Post Office) on the campus of Mississippi State University. Sign reads 'Welcome 100 Bushel Corn Producers'.
Newton Co. (Miss.) ; Garvin, O. C.--Family. ; 4-H Clubs--Mississippi--Photographs.;farm life--Mississippi.
O. C. Garvin family farm; multiple views. Farm of 80 acres owned and 60 acres rented located in the Liberty Community about five miles southeast of Newton MS. Newton Co. Agricultural agent C. P. (Price) Miller assisted with selection of farm family.
4-H clubs; Boxing; 4-H Club Congress (Miss.); Posey, Clarence, 1907-1981; Neshoba County (Miss.)
Clarence Posey of Neshoba County began his boxing career as a 4-H member at the State 4-H Club Congress (A&M College) by knocking out the college conference champion. He boxed as a professional with a cloverleaf on his trunks and was known as...
4-H clubs; Tanner, James E.; Johnson, Harper Stewart, 1894-1983; Massey, Elaine E.; Hurst, Fred J., 1889-1977; Uniforms; Agricultural extension workers
4-H Boys' and Girls' club leaders (Left to Right): James E. Tanner, first State Agent, Boys' 4-H work (1919-1942); H. S. ""Major"" Johnson, State 4-H Club Header; Elaine E. Massey, first Girls' 4-H Club agent (1923-1942); Fred J. Hurst, district...