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    • Inventory of the Bennie G. Thompson Papers

    • Finding aid for a manuscript collection located at Tougaloo College.; Materials related to the political career of Mississippi Congressman Bennie G. Thompson, the longest serving African American elected official in the state of Mississippi. The...
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    • Obstacle Course

    • From the Ron Caulfield Collection. Picture of an obstacle course, which is printed in blue ink on the lower edge. Wood construction. In far background you can see rows of barracks; two soldiers walking in the distance; several pine trees and some...
    • 1942; 1943; 1944; 1945
    • Men Walking in a Field

    • From the World War I--Camp Shelby Collection. Photograph of a group of [men] walking in a field. The last four men carry a litter/stretcher. Image is taken from a distance. In the background exists dwellings, young pine trees, and stands of...
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    • Ambulance Stuck in Mud

    • From the World War I--Camp Shelby Collection. Photograph of an ambulance, which, according to the writing on the back of the photograph, is stuck in the mud. Two mules(?) can be seen to the right of the image and buildings and young pine trees can...
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    • The Mules Pulling Out the Ambulance

    • From the World War I--Camp Shelby Collection. Photograph of an ambulance, which, according to the writing on the back of the photograph, is being pulled out of the mud by mules. Two mules appear to be hitched to the ambulance and six men tend to...
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    • Burning a Stump in Front Yard

    • From the World War I--Camp Shelby Collection. Photograph of a man, woman, and child (presumably Will, Verna, and Billie Badder(?)) standing outside, watching a stump burn in front of a wooden residence. The woman holds a broom and rake while the...
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    • View of Ky. St.

    • From the World War I--Camp Shelby Collection. Photograph of military housing(?). Approximately fifteen wooden buildings are visible in the images along with young pine trees and dirt roads. On the back of the photograph in ink is written: "View of...
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    • A Wooden House

    • From the World War I--Camp Shelby Collection. Photograph of a wooden house with ladders and boards piled up along one end. Two windows and an open door are visible as is a pan hanging on the side of the structure near the doorway. The outline for a...
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    • Man with a Bowl

    • From the World War I--Camp Shelby Collection. Photograph of a man holding a bowl and looking down at it. He stands beside a wooden-planked wall, which exhibits a light-colored substance dripping down near the bottom of it.
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    • A Woman and a Dog

    • From the World War I--Camp Shelby Collection. Photograph of a woman, [Verna](?), crouched down near a wooden house. She is holding an unidentifiable object in each hand and appears to be dumping something onto the ground from one of them. She wears...
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    • Man Standing Outside a Wooden House

    • From the World War I--Camp Shelby Collection. Photograph of a man standing outside, near the corner of a wooden house. He is in uniform and holding his hands in front of his abdomen. He is smiling at something/someone not included in the image....
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    • Man and Child on the Porch

    • From the World War I--Camp Shelby Collection. Photograph of a wooden house with a porch. On the porch sits a man in uniform (on a chair), a child (on the porch floor), and a white dog. The house has two windows and a door, which exists underneath...
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    • Group of Four People

    • From the World War I--Camp Shelby Collection. Photograph of a group of four people (two men and two women) standing in dirt road, which is lined with three or more structures. The two men are in uniform and the two women wear wide-brimmed,...
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    • Parade

    • From the World War I--Camp Shelby Collection. Photograph of the pass in review portion of a parade. Taken at a distance, groups of men are visible walking and riding horses. Buildings, young pine trees, and possible spectators can be seen in the...
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