Smith, F.M.; Lauderbon, Don; Tanner, James E.; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Agricultural extension workers; Forestry; Loblolly pine
Sherriff Tom Boykin shows his loblolly pine saplings: (Left to Right): F. M. Smith, County Agent; Tom Boykin; Don Lauderbon, Extension forester; James E. Tanner, 4-H County agent; and Colonel J. T. Ward.
Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Farming; Farmers; Swayze family; Yazoo County (Miss.)
Program printed for event at the King Edward Hotel in Jackson (Miss.) honoring the Harris Swayze family of Yazoo County, Mississippi's Master Farm Family of 1959. Includes a list of previous recipients of the award.
Mississippi State University--Employees--Interviews; Mississippi State University--Alumni and alumnae; Mississippi State University--History; Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service; Mississippi State University. Cooperative...
Oral history; Interview with William M. Bost, conducted on July 10, 2002 at Mitchell Memorial Library, Mississippi State University. Dr. Bost was born in Ecru, Pontotoc County, Mississippi, in 1924 and grew up on a farm. After serving in the...
Meat cutting demonstration, one of nine demonstrations of meat cutting and curing conducted in one week at a meeting attended by 300 Mississippians. The meeting was promoted by the Mississippi Extensional Services, Smith-Hughes Teachers, Farmers,...
Mississippi State Fair (Jackson, Miss.); Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Canning and preserving; Exhibitions
Homemade farm relief is pictured in this suggested pantry supply arranged by specialists of the Extension Service at State College (Starkville, Miss.), and set up at the Mississippi State Fair (Jackson, Miss.).
Watermelons; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service
E. M. Watson, veteran watermelon grower of Webster County, has produced so many melons that he can usually estimate within a pound or two the weight of a big one. He said he uses information from the Agricultural Extension Service to help him grow...
Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; County agricultural agents; Bulls
County agents Ross Smith, Arlis Anderson, H.H. Levick, Hugh Wilson, D.W. Fortenberry, H.W. Beachum, Buddy Luckil, A.D. Hall, W.H. Hamberlin, Don Herrington and Roy Means with bull at cattle judging event, livestock show.
Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Farmers; African-Americans; Corn; Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College
Correspondence between Mose S. Shaw and Boswell Stevens about the 1951 ''Negro Farm and Home Week'' at Alcorn A&M College, as well as an itinerary and list of Negro farmers who produced 100 bushels or more of corn per acre..