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...
Elections--United States--1896.; Gold standard--History.; Bimetallism--United States--History.; Saint Francisville (La.); Foster, Murphy J. (Murphy James), 1849-1921.; Wit and humor.; Plays on words.; Medicine--Humor.
Letter to Cammie Williams from his cousin, George H. Douglas, in Morgan City, Louisiana. Douglas mentions being a "silver bug," a reference to the 1896 political debate over the gold standard versus "Free Silver."
Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Farmers; Stevens, Boswell (Arthur Boswell), 1897-1986; Mississippi Chemical Corporation; Livestock; Farm credit; Federal Land Banks
Letter to Boswell Stevens from Owen Cooper of the Mississippi Chemical Corporation, regarding the loan policies of the National Farm Loan Association and the Farm Credit Administration and the need to encourage Mississippians to get in the...
Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Benson, Ezra Taft; Dairy farming; United States. Dept. of Agriculture; American Dairy Association; Agriculture and state; Economic policy; Dairy products; Butter; Prices; Consumption (Economics)
Turn Dairy Problems Into Opportunities,' address of Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson before the American Dairy Association in Chicago, Ill., Monday, March 23, 1953, at about 2:30 p.m. Central Standard Time. Concerns the production and...
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.