United States. Entomology Research Division. Delta Research Laboratory (Tallulah, La.)
Agriculture--Louisiana--St. John the Baptist Parish--Photographs.; Plants--Effect of poisons on--Photographs.; Field crops--Louisiana--St. John the Baptist Parish--Photographs.; Cotton--Research--Louisiana--St. John the Baptist...
Cut A, plat #2 (Johnson's). General view showing height of cotton at this date. Evergreen Plantation.
Three stacks of corn for fertilizer experiment. Left = 150 lbs nitrate of soda, produced 44.6 bushels per acre. Center = no fertilizer, produced 37.1 bushels per acre. Right = 200 lbs of nitrate, produced 47.1 bushels per acre.
Anderson, Jack Baker, Howard Barbour, Haley Bork, Robert Bramlett, Leon Buffington, Rex Cochran, Thad Colodny, Len Cresswell, William Dole, Bob Eastland, James Ervin Committee Ervin, Sam Ford, Gerald Gartin, Carroll Ginsberg, Alan ...
This interview is with Mr. Larry Speakes. Mr. Speakes is a former press secretary to Senator James Eastland and also served as White House chief spokesman during the Reagan administration.
Attala Co. (Miss.); Jenkins, H. E. (Ephraim)--Family; Mississippi State University--Alumni and alumnae; farm life--Mississippi
H. E. (Ephraim) Jenkins family farm; multiple views. Farm of 453 acres near Sallis, MS. H. E. Jenkins is MSU alumnus. Attala Co. agent Frank Buchanan and Assistant county agent George Wade assisted with selection of farm family.
Cooper, Jim. Conservative Democratic Forum. National Health Care Plans.
Speaking with Representative Jim Cooper of Tennessee; 1- There are several national health care plans already out there. How is this one different?; 2- You have been meeting with senior citizens groups, consumer groups and health care...
Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885; Civil War; Politicians; Presidents; Politics and government; Generals
Volume 2 of a continuing series (currently 31 volumes) showcasing an edited collection of documents by and about Ulysses S. Grant. Materials in the series span the dates of 1837-1885; volume 2 spans the dates of April-September 1861.