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||Letter from Mary Jackson to her daughter, Elizabeth Jackson, mentioning weather and the farm in their hometown, Wake Forest, North Carolina
|Brannon, C. H.
||Dusting for boll weevil control
|Jackson, W. C. (William Colbert)
||W. C. Jackson's diary relating weather and work on his farm
|Garriss, Howard R.
||Tobacco blue mold control
|North Carolina State College. Agricultural Extension Service
||Peanut production in North Carolina
|Killebrew, J. B. (Joseph Buckner)
||Tobacco. How to cultivate, cure and prepare for market
|Ellis, H. M.
||Drying crops with a flue tobacco barn
|Emery, F. E. (Frank E.)
||Co-operative field tests during 1891 and 1892
|Lehman, Samuel George, 1887-
||Purple stain of soybean seeds
||Delegates see much of nation on long trip