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Map of Jones County, Texas /

Map of Jones County : organized June 13th, 1881 /

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Monticello, Jones County, Iowa

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Oxford Junction, Jones County, Iowa

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Wyoming, Jones County, Iowa

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Wyoming, Jones County, Iowa

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Wyoming, Jones County, Iowa

Factory financed by F.E.R.A. (Federal Emergency Relief Administration) for producing starch from sweet potatoes. Laurel, Mississippi

Factory financed by F.E.R.A. (Federal Emergency Relief Administration) for producing starch from sweet potatoes. Laurel, Mississippi

Farmer receiving check for sweet potatoes at starch plant. Laurel, Mississippi

Sweet potatoes in storage bins at starch plant. Laurel, Mississippi

Mixing starch into proper consistency for application to cotton thread. Cotton mill, Laurel, Mississippi

Applying sweet potato starch to cotton thread at cotton mill. Laurel, Mississippi

Farmer receiving check for sweet potatoes at starch plant. Laurel, Mississippi

Sweet potatoes in storage bin at starch plant. Laurel, Mississippi

Sweet potatoes in storage bins at starch plant. Laurel, Mississippi

Saturating cotton thread with sweet potato starch at cotton mill. Laurel, Mississippi

Saturating cotton thread with sweet potato starch at cotton mill. Laurel, Mississippi

Applying sweet potato starch to cotton thread at cotton mill. Laurel, Mississippi

Farmer receiving check for sweet potatoes at starch plant. Laurel, Mississippi

Sweet potatoes in storage bin at starch plant. Laurel, Mississippi

Farmer receiving check for sweet potatoes at starch plant. Laurel, Mississippi

Weighing in truckload of sweet potatoes at starch plant. Laurel, Mississippi

Weighing in truckload of sweet potatoes at starch plant. Laurel, Mississippi

Cotton from the bale is transported by belt to machine for making cotton bats. Weighing device is so sensitive that it directs the cotton from one machine to another. Laurel, Mississippi

Mrs. Bagget and two children. Wife of sharecropper near Laurel, Mississippi

Spools of cotton thread with woman repairing break. Laurel cotton mill, Laurel, Mississippi

Warp winding machine with operator. Laurel mills, Laurel Mississippi

Operator repairing break in thread in warp winding. Laurel cotton mills, Laurel, Mississippi

Child of Ed Baggett, sharecropper, walking through open space in dog trot cabin near Laurel, Mississippi

Sub housing. Laurel, Mississippi

Cotton bats, Laurel cotton mills. Laurel, Mississippi

Cleaning cotton of trash. Laurel mills, Laurel, Mississippi

Farm home of Scarbrough's. Laurel, Mississippi

Operator removing bat of cotton from machine. First step of cleaning cotton of trash. Laurel cotton mills, Laurel, Mississippi

Spools of cotton thread. Laurel mill, Laurel, Mississippi

Converting cotton ropes into rough thread. Laurel cotton mills, Laurel, Mississippi

Piles of logs used by Masonite Corporation. Laurel, Mississippi

Corner of kitchen and dining room in Ed Bagget's house. Sharecropper kitchen is screen but otherwise open. Near Laurel, Mississippi

Weaving room, Laurel cotton mill. Laurel, Mississippi

United States post office. Ellisville, Mississippi

Girl tending spools of cotton in winding process. Laurel, Mississippi

Lowther Hall, Clinton, Jones County, Georgia

Cotton bats, Laurel cotton mills. Laurel, Mississippi

Winding machine, where large cylinders of warp are prepared for later use in weaving cloth. Laurel mills, Mississippi

Blount House, Haddock, Jones County, Georgia

Mother and three children living in abandoned church because of acute housing conditions. Near Laurel, Mississippi

Mot Tucker in kitchen of his corncrib home. Note nitrate of soda sacks used for shades in windows. Antioch, Mississippi

Mrs. Bagget and two children in front of fireplace. Note the board window. Laurel, Mississippi

Lowther Hall, Clinton, Jones County, Georgia

Weaving room, Laurel cotton mill. Laurel, Mississippi

Winding machine, where large cylinders of warp are prepared for later use in weaving cloth. Laurel mills, Mississippi

Corncrib home of Mot Tucker. Antioch, Mississippi

Corncrib home of Mot Tucker. Antioch, Mississippi

Negro housing near Laurel, Mississippi

Loom, Laurel cotton mill. Laurel, Mississippi

Converting cotton ropes into rough thread. Laurel cotton mills, Laurel, Mississippi

Detail of process of making cotton ropes from cotton bats. Laurel mills, Mississippi

Mother and three children living in abandoned church because of acute housing conditions. Near Laurel, Mississippi

Sub housing. Laurel, Mississippi

Bin of cotton rope being fed into thread-making machine. Laurel cotton mills, Laurel, Mississippi

Bin of cotton rope being fed into thread-making machine. Laurel cotton mills, Laurel, Mississippi

Child of Ed Bagget, sharecropper, in front of bureau. Near Laurel, Mississippi

Thread-making machinery. Laurel cotton mill, Laurel, Mississippi

Negro grocery store. Laurel, Mississippi

Jade-Barron House, Clinton, Jones County, Georgia

United States post office. Ellisville, Mississippi

Battery of machines for converting cotton bats into cotton ropes. Laurel mills, Laurel, Mississippi

Row of cotton bats. Laurel cotton mills, Laurel, Mississippi

Threading cotton ropes into thread-making machine. Laurel cotton mill, Laurel, Mississippi

Bin of spindles. Laurel cotton mills, Laurel, Mississippi

Kitchen of Ed Bagget, sharecropper. Laurel, Mississippi

Kitchen cabinet in corncrib home of Mot Tucker. Antioch, Mississippi

Mot Tucker in kitchen of his corncrib home. Note nitrate of soda sacks used for shades in windows. Antioch, Mississippi

Weaving room, Laurel cotton mill. Laurel, Mississippi

Blount House, Haddock, Jones County, Georgia

Battery of machines for converting cotton bats into cotton ropes. Laurel mills, Laurel, Mississippi

Bin of spindles. Laurel cotton mills, Laurel, Mississippi

The Scarbrough family. Laurel Mill, Laurel, Mississippi

Operator removing bat of cotton from machine. First step of cleaning cotton of trash. Laurel cotton mills, Laurel, Mississippi

A child of Scarbrough's in front of dresser. Laurel, Mississippi

Lowther Hall, Clinton, Jones County, Georgia

Row of cotton bats. Laurel cotton mills, Laurel, Mississippi

Child of family living in abandoned church near Laurel, Mississippi

Farmhouse near Antioch with mattresses and bedding being aired. Mississippi

Threading cotton ropes into thread-making machine. Laurel cotton mill, Laurel, Mississippi

Worker winding cotton thread onto large spools. Laurel cotton mills, Laurel, Mississippi

Bagget family in front of fireplace which is means of heating in the winter. Laurel, Mississippi

Negro housing near Laurel, Mississippi

Blount House, Haddock, Jones County, Georgia

Child of Ed Bagget, sharecropper, playing near Laurel, Mississippi

Operator of spool winding machine making knot. When spindles run out these knots are made with machine in her left hand. The small machine costs sixty-five dollars and replaces ten to fifteen operators. Laurel mills, Laurel, Mississippi

Johnson House?, Clinton, Jones County, Georgia

Mot Tucker in front of corncrib home showing sleeping quarters. Antioch, Mississippi

The Scarbrough family. Laurel Mill, Laurel, Mississippi

Operator of thread-making machine. Laurel cotton mill, Laurel, Mississippi

Weaving room, Laurel cotton mill. Laurel, Mississippi

Piles of logs in front of lumber mill. Laurel, Mississippi

Jade-Barron House, Clinton, Jones County, Georgia

Lowther Hall, Clinton, Jones County, Georgia

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