MSS 00134 Guide to Garnet Wolsey Forster, Outline of Agricultural Economics, undated
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Forster, G. W. (Garnet Wolsey), 1887-1961
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Transferred from C. B. King (D. H. Hill Library Collection Development and Organization), 1981 February 20
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This book contains 40 typed pages related to agricultural economics and agricultural production. The first 19 pages consist of 18 lecture outlines on such topics as the fundamental principles of organization, the economic characteristics of agricultural production, and the wages of agricultural labor. The next three pages discuss the theory of the least cost combination. The final 28 pages consist of an essay entitled "Production in Agriculture."
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Garnet Wolsey Forster, Outline of Agricultural Economics, MSS 134, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC
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