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Woman Dressed Nicely

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Personal papers, correspondence, business records, clippings, photographs, extensive scrapbooks, oral histories, literary manuscripts, reminiscences and other materials concerning Robert Wier (1886-1974) and his wife Sadye Hunter Wier. Robert Wier, who operated and owned the City Barber Shop in Starkville, was the first and only black to have a business on Main Street.Local identification number: 313-173.jpgLocal identification number: 313-173Local identification number: \\ContentDM\CHARM_Original_TIF_Storage\WierRobtSadye\ScrapbooksWier (Robert and Sadye) PapersManuscripts Division, Special Collections Department, Mississippi State University Libraries..Scrapbook 32. 4-H Club Work Through Extension, 1943-1988 and undated.Robert and Sadye Wier papers
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2007 02 14
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