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||Notes for article on tobacco growers' cooperative
|Kennedy, Sidney G.
||The tobacco industry of North Carolina
|United States Employment Service. North Carolina
||Tobacco in North Carolina; growing, marketing and processing
|Cox, A. G.
||Letter from A. G. Cox to W. C. Jackson
||Letter from Mary Jackson to her daughter, Elizabeth Jackson, with a brief mention of tobacco on their farm
||Why tobacco growers in Virginia, North and South Carolina [fund] the greater crop marketing cooperative in the United States
||Letter to the field services committee of the board of directors
|Tobacco Institute (Washington, D.C.)
||North Carolina and tobacco: A chapter in America's industrial growth
|Debnam, W. E. (Waldemar Eros), 1898-
||Tobacco Associates, Inc. -- (Excerpts from the Smith - Douglas Broadcast of February 17 and 18, 1947, by Mr. W. E. Debnam
|Floyd, E. Y.
||Factors affecting the quality of flue-cured tobacco