Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; National Cotton Council of America; Cotton; American Cotton Congress; Agriculture; Research
'It's Time For Some Straight Thinking on Agricultural Research'': address by William Rhea Blake, executive vice president of the National Cotton Council, before the American Cotton Congress, in Waco, Texas, May 5, 1959.
Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; National Cotton Council of America; Cotton; Cottonseed; Soybean industry; Agriculture and state; Economic policy
Address delivered by Dupuy Bateman, president of the National Cottonseed Products Association for 1957, concerning cotton oil seed and soybean industry issues, with an accompanying letter from William Rhea Blake to Boswell Stevens about it.
Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Farmers; African-Americans farmers; Corn; Contests; Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College; Women
Correspondence between M. M. Hubert, leader of the Negro Men's Work, and Mrs. Wilma B. Sledge, social and educational director of the State Farm Bureau, regarding corn production contests and African-American farmers. Included are lists of farmers...
Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Farmers; National Grange; Economic policy; Agriculture; Cooley, Harold Dunbar, 1897-1974; Agriculture and state
Correspondence between Robert M. Koch, president of National Limestone Institute, Inc., and Mose S. Shaw, director of the Agricultural Extension Service at Mississippi State University concerning agricultural policy and the American Farm Bureau...
Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; United States. Congress. House of Representatives; Cooley, Harold Dunbar, 1897-1974; Agriculture and state; Marketing; Cotton; Cotton Producers Institute; National Cotton Council
Letter and reply from Boswell Stevens to Prentiss Walker, Congressman in the U.S. House of Representatives. Concerns the Cooley bill, a bill to assess producers for the promotion of cotton.
Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Stennis, John C. (John Cornelius), 1901-1995; Agriculture; Cotton; Agricultural credit; Agricultural prices; Communism
Letter from Boswell Stevens to U.S. Senator John C. Stennis and his entire delegation, regarding reduction of a bill to reduce agricultural price supports at to levels below 90% parity and its effect on cotton farmers.