Taxation; Confederate States of America; Hogan, Mary, 1800-1882; Starkville (Miss.)
Receipt for Starkville, Mississippi resident Mary Hogan's payment of $316.50 ($300 in bonds and $16.50 in cash) in taxes for the year 1864, as well as $63.30 for Soldiers Relief. Signed by District 30 tax collector W. L. James, 1865.
Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service.; 4-H clubs--Mississippi.; Agricultural mechanics--Mississippi.; Wilson, R. S.; Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College.; Smith, W. H.; College...
""A Vacation Course in Junior Farm Mechanics,"" Extension Circular No. 24 (August 1919), Extension Department of the Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College and the United States Department of Agriculture.
Central business districts--Mississippi--Oktibbeha County--Photographs.; Clothing and dress--Mississippi--Oktibbeha County--Photographs.; Military uniforms--Mississippi--Photographs.
Harry Teasley, who was known as ""Firehorse Harry"" in Starkville (Miss.), because during the movie he would notify volunteer firemen of a fire by blinking the foot lights on the stage of the Rex Theatre.
Wier, Sadye H.--Photographs.; Oktibbeha County Training School (Oktibbeha County, Miss.)--Faculty--Photographs.; Oktibbeha County Training School (Oktibbeha County, Miss.)--Students--Photographs.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Photographs.
Sadye Hunter Wier with a student at Oktibbeha County Training School, 1940.