UA 102.005 Guide to the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service, Office of the Assistant Director Records, 1907-1978

This collection is organized into two series; North Carolina State Cooperative Extension Service History, and Cooperative Extension Service Office of the Assistant Director Administrative Files. The material is organized chronologically and by topic. Original folder titles have been retained.
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Series contains detailed historical overviews of the North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service.
[Box 1, Folder 1] Financing, 1907-1940
[Box 1, Folder 2] James A. Butler, 1907-1964
[Box 1, Folder 3] Legislation, 1908-1957
[Box 1, Folder 4] Agreements, 1909-1972
[Box 1, Folder 5] History, 1913-1978
[Box 1, Folder 6] Extension--25 Year History, 1914-1939
[Box 1, Folder 7] Extension--25 Year History, 1914-1939
[Box 1, Folder 8] C. R. Hudson, 1916-1940
[Box 1, Folder 9] Agricultural History--National and Other States, 1916-1953
[Box 1, Folder 10] History (1 of 3), 1924-1976
[Box 1, Folder 11] History (2 OF 3), 1924-1976
[Box 1, Folder 12] History (3 OF 3), 1924-1976
[Box 1, Folder 13] Agricultural Extension Leaders, 1947-1964
[Box 1, Folder 14] Blacks in Extension, 1947-1974
[Box 1, Folder 15] 50th Anniversary, 1953
[Box 1, Folder 16] Statesville Marker, 1964-1965
Administrative papers belonging to the Assistant Directors of North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service. The material relates to short courses, university committees, home demonstration, 4-H meetings, and agricultural projects. It is arranged chronologically and filed by topic.
[Box 2, Folder 1] Jury Duty, 1932
[Box 2, Folder 2] Home Economics, 1933-1953
[Box 2, Folder 3] Surplus Military Property, 1944
[Box 2, Folder 4] Compensation, 1945-1955
[Box 2, Folder 5] Insurance Crop, 1947
[Box 2, Folder 6] Report Forms, 1948
[Box 2, Folder 7] Agents and Specialists, 1949
[Box 2, Folder 8] Farm Labor Committee, 1950
[Box 2, Folder 9] Report--Work Plan, 1950-1954
[Box 2, Folder 10] Compensation, 1951-1954
[Box 2, Folder 11] Counties, 1951-1954
[Box 2, Folder 12] A-Z, 1953
[Box 2, Folder 13] Misc., 1953
[Box 2, Folder 14] R. W. Shoffner, 1953-1959
[Box 2, Folder 15] 4-H, 1953-1958
[Box 2, Folder 16] 50th Anniversary, 1953
[Box 2, Folder 17] I-O, 1954
[Box 2, Folder 18] J, 1954
[Box 2, Folder 19] Farm Machinery Survey, 1955-1970
[Box 2, Folder 20] Home Demonstration, 1955
[Box 2, Folder 21] N.C. Marketing Commission, 1955
[Box 2, Folder 22] Pasture Demonstration, 1955
[Box 3, Folder 1] Clean Grain Program, 1956
[Box 3, Folder 2] NF Money Conference, 1956
[Box 3, Folder 3] Program Projection, 1956-1958
[Box 3, Folder 4] Shoffner's Trip to Michigan, Iowa and Ohio, 1956
[Box 3, Folder 5] Bankers Short Course, 1957
[Box 3, Folder 6] Farm Credit Conference, 1957
[Box 3, Folder 7] Farm Income Contest, 1957
[Box 3, Folder 8] Farm Ponds Project, 1957
[Box 3, Folder 9] Hog Cholera Serum, 1957
[Box 3, Folder 10] N.C. Assn. Agr. Fairs, 1957-1959
[Box 3, Folder 11] Bankers Short Course, 1958 -1960
[Box 3, Folder 12] District Meetings, 1958
[Box 3, Folder 13] FES Correspondence, 1958
[Box 3, Folder 14] Home Food Products, 1958
[Box 3, Folder 15] Insurance, 1958
[Box 3, Folder 16] Meetings, 1958-1959
[Box 4, Folder 1] Reports From University Committees, 1958-1959
[Box 4, Folder 2] Filing, 1959
[Box 4, Folder 3] Specialist in Charge, 1959 -1961
[Box 4, Folder 4] 4-H Club, 1959
[Box 4, Folder 5] Meetings, 1960
[Box 4, Folder 6] Summary Reports From University Standing and Ad Hoc Committees, 1960
[Box 4, Folder 7] International Cooperation Administration, 1960
[Box 4, Folder 8] Short Course in Modern Farming, 1960
[Box 4, Folder 9] Specialists Receiving Better Offers, 1960
[Box 4, Folder 10] Service training for Co-Workers, 1961
[Box 4, Folder 11] Textile School, 1965-1966

Creator

North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service.

Quantity

2.0 Linear feet

General Physical Description note

4 archival boxes

Location

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Language

English

Acquisitions Information

Transferred from NCSU Cooperative Extension Service.

Processing

Processed by: Michael Watts;machine-readable finding aid created by: Michael Watts

Scope and Content Note

This collection contains publications and reports relating to the administration and activities of extension programs, 4-H, home demonstration, the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), rural development, and farm education. Also contained are Cooperative Extension Service histories, correspondence, and plans of work relating to rural development projects.

The correspondence is primarily that of David S. Weaver, agricultural engineer, educator, and administrator. Weaver was professor, then Department Head of the Agricultural Engineering Department at North Carolina State University. He was Agricultural Extension Service Assistant Director, then Director, 1948-1961. Additionally there is correspondence generated by R. W. Shoffner, Agricultural Cooperative Service District Agent, 1945-1950, Assistant Director, 1950-1961, and then Director of the Cooperative Extension Service, 1961-1969.

Historical Note

The Office of the Assistant Director of the North Carolina State Cooperative Extension Service historically has served in a role that strongly supports the Cooperative Extension Service Director's Office. It is not uncommon for Assistant Directors to assume leadership of the North Carolina State Cooperative Extension Service and become Cooperative Extension Service Directors.

Individuals working in the capacity of Assistant Director have taken an active part in the administration and oversight of extension programs, short courses, university committees, 4-H, home demonstration, rural development, farm education and the supervision of field agents. The office traditionally has been responsible for correspondence, reports, and work plans relating to rural development projects, family life, beef cattle, dairy, swine and poultry farming, soil conservation, tobacco, corn and cotton crop production, nutrition and health, wildlife, land use planning, and agronomy.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service, Office of the Assistant Director, UA 102.005, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

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