Neshoba Co. (Miss.) ; Duncan, James Leonard--Family.;farm life--Mississippi.
James Leonard Duncan family farm; multiple views. Farm of 300 acres located in the Midway Community about seven and a half miles southeast of Philadelphia just off highway 19. Neshoba Co. agent C. S. (Bill) Norton and Associate county agent Joe...
The man who will reign over the 1964-65 Biloxi Shrimp Festival is George Misko, an octavian who is a veteran Biloxi shrimp fisherman. King Misko will rule over the approaching Biloxi Shrimp Festival to be staged June 6-7, 1964.
First Presbyterian Church (Gulfport, Miss.)--Photographs; Gulfport (Miss.)--Church history.; Harrison County (Miss.)--Church history.; Churches--Mississippi--Gulfport--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
The new First Presbyterian Church, Gulfport, Mississipi to be occupied within a few weeks, 1964.
Cox, Richard G.--Photographs.; Rand, Clayton, b. 1891--Photographs.; Butler, Raymond J.--Photographs.; Dabney, J. Conway--Photographs.; Cooke, Rupert--Photographs.; Gulfport Rotary Club--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
Gulfport Rotary Club District Governor and four past Governors: Left to right- Dr. Richard G. Cox (1925-1926); Clayton Rand (1934-1935); Raymond G. Butler (1946-1947); Conway Dabney (1961-1962); and Dr. Rupert Cooke (1964-1965).
Architecture--Mississippi--Marion County.; Dwellings--Mississippi--Photographs.; Architecture.; Ford House (Marion County, Miss.)--Photographs.; Marion County Historical Society (Miss.)--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
The recently restored Ford House, Marion County, Mississippi, 1964.