Jackson, MS: University and College Press of Mississippi, 1973.
Hardcover. Near Fine in a Very Good dust jacket. viii, 287 pp, with b/w illustrations from photographs, bibliography, index. Dust soiling to top edge, slight rubbing to corners; else fine. Dust jacket is rubbed and has a short tear to the rear panel. From the jacket: "Cully Cobb, Tennessee-born and Mississippi-educated agricultural reform leader, is presented in this career biography as a man of strong character and conviction ... This man from a poor farm family worked his way through college to become one of the most outstanding southern agricultural educators of our times, finally serving under President Roosevelt as chief of the Cotton Section of the Agricultural Adjustment Administration."