North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service, Department of 4-H Youth Development Records 1912-2009

Creator
North Carolina State University. Department of 4-H Youth Development
Size
68 linear feet
Call number
UA 102.010

These records detail the programs and activities of the 4-H Youth Development program in North Carolina from 1912 to 2009. The files contain correspondence and memoranda, programs and brochures, reports, member lists, financial information, clippings, news releases, photographs, and writings and speeches. The records have been arranged to provide easily accessible information relating to 4-H camps, county club organizations, the 4-H Honor Club, and the state and national 4-H meetings.

In 1909, North Carolina State College signed a memorandum of agreement with the United States Department of Agriculture to cooperatively develop Farmers' Boys' Clubs, or Corn Clubs. The first such club was formed in 1909, and the first for girls in 1911. In 1926, these now-extensive clubs were merged under a single banner, to become the state 4-H program. By the 1950s, North Carolina 4-H was one of the largest such programs in the nation.

Biographical/historical note

The seeds for 4-H were planted in the late 1890s, when several states responded to their charge under the 1862 Morrill Act to expand their extension activities to include youth programs. To that end, one-acre corn contests were organized for boys, ostensibly to teach farming practices and to demonstrate 'scientific' farming. The first 4-H program as we know it today began in Holmes County, Mississippi, in 1907, when a school superintendent organized 120 boys in a corn contest sponsored by the Mississippi State College of Agriculture. From this first joint venture of youth and university, 4-H work has become an important part of nationwide land-grant college extension programs.

In 1909 North Carolina State College signed a memorandum of agreement with the United States Department of Agriculture to cooperatively develop Farmers Boys' Clubs, or Corn Clubs, to be administered by the college's Agricultural Extension Service (now the Cooperative Extension Service). Ira O. Schaub was first director of the Corn Club program, which eventually grew into 4-H. Schaub worked closely with state demonstration agent T.B. Parker, who had been charged by the North Carolina Department of Agriculture with starting similar organizations, and the two organized clubs for over 4,000 boys (and a few girls) during the first year alone. Over the next few years, the Corn Clubs continued to grow, and poultry and pig clubs joined them. The first Girls' Clubs were established in 1911 and focused primarily on tomato canning and gardening. Former Farmers Institute worker Jane S. McKimmon was head of the Girls' Clubs, which existed in 32 counties by 1914 with a total membership of 1,500 girls. The State Department of Agriculture and North Carolina State College cooperatively administered club work until 1912, when the college assumed all duties. Schaub continued to run the Boys' Clubs until his resignation in 1913, when Thomas E. Browne replaced him. McKimmon ran the Girls' Clubs through the Home Demonstration division of the Extension Service.

The passage of the Smith-Lever Act in 1914 added impetus to extension work by providing for federal, state, and county cooperation in creating a system to expand demonstration and extension work for men and women. North Carolina youth clubs grew quickly under this new system, and by 1915 the program was large enough to hold its first statewide club gathering, then called the Short Course, held at State College in Raleigh. The four-day meeting was attended by 222 boys and 1 girl. Statewide, membership in the various boys clubs had grown to over 3,500, with girls clubs at just under 3,000. Short Course attendance also grew rapidly, with over 500 youth attending in 1917, the third annual meeting.

The 1920s and 1930s saw further change in the extension youth programs. Lera R. Harrill served as the first State Club Leader in 1926. Harrill incorporated all of the youth clubs together under one banner, bringing the girls clubs over from Home Demonstration. He probably deserves credit for establishing the term "4-H" to North Carolina clubs. Before his tenure, "4-H" appeared only sporadically on a few agricultural publications in the state; starting in 1927, the term fully replaced the use of boys and girls clubs on all publications, correspondence, and memorabilia. He also worked hard to develop more programs, involve more counties, and improve overall quality of the facilities and activities. By 1929, 65 counties had their own club organizations under the statewide umbrella.

In 1927 Harrill sent a state delegation to the first National 4-H Camp in Washington, D.C. Harrill also pushed for more and better campgrounds, and increased the size and scope of the state club meeting, still called the 4-H Short Course and held in Raleigh. At the Short Course, he instituted new programs, including the Health Pageant and the Dress Revue in 1929 and 1931, respectively. The Honor Club, created by Harrill to further instill leadership values in selected 4-H members, began in 1931 as well. One dramatic innovation brought by Harrill was the Candlelight ceremony that closed each Short Course week, and found immediate favor with children and parents alike. Despite several setbacks in membership and organization - including the cancellation of the Short Course in 1933 - the decade saw rapid and steady improvements in the service 4-H provided for North Carolina youth, and by 1939 there were programs in all 100 counties.

During World War II North Carolina 4-H activity surged again. The creation of a National 4-H Mobilization Week in April and a National 4-H Achievement Week in November 1942 spurred membership to greater heights with each year of the war. Local clubs were encouraged to participate in Victory Gardens, the national "Feed a Fighter" campaign, and numerous local projects designed to foster community pride and a sense of helping with the national defense. During the four years of wartime, membership grew by nearly 30,000 boys and girls, topping the 90,000 mark in 1945. This was accomplished without the benefit of regular statewide or even regional meetings, as the state Short Course was not held between 1942 and 1945.

The 4-H boom continued after the war. Membership reached 100,000 in 1946, and the Short Course was re-established, this time with a new name: State 4-H Club Week. This name would hold until the meeting became the State 4-H Congress in 1968. The spread of electrification throughout the rural parts of the state sparked the first 4-H Electric Congress in 1947. North Carolina youth participated in the first International Farm Youth Exchange (or IFYE, currently called International 4-H Youth Exchange) in 1948, and L.R. Harrill himself took part in an exchange program of sorts when he was selected by the USDA in 1949 to travel to war-torn Austria to establish a national youth program based on the principles of American 4-H. A rare dark spot during the post-war years occurred in 1948, when the State 4-H Club Week was canceled due to a polio outbreak.

The year 1952 marked another watershed achievement for North Carolina 4-H when it became the state with the largest 4-H membership in the nation. The more than 140,000 boys and girls in North Carolina 4-H marked approximately seven percent of the national total. By 1959, the fiftieth anniversary of club and 4-H work in North Carolina, membership had risen again to over 161,000 youth in over 2,700 clubs. That year also saw the establishment of the 4-H Development Fund, created with the goal of raising $1 million to support camping, scholarships, awards, and the IFYE program. Each county organization was given a fund-raising goal based on membership; the initial target amount was reached in 1969.

Club work for African-American youth began in 1914 with the organization of a group in Sampson County under the leadership of G.W. Herring. The first statewide Negro youth club agent was John Wray, who was appointed in 1915. Growth was slow but steady, and by 1926 there was enough interest and membership to hold the first State 4-H Short Course at North Carolina A & T College in Greensboro. Club work continued to expand through the 1930s, and in 1936 State 4-H Club Specialist R.E. Jones could report over 10,000 boys and girls involved in African-American club work. The wartime years continued this expansion, and African-American youth club membership exceeded 29,000 in 1945.

Despite steady increases in personnel and membership, programs offered for African-American youth often lagged behind those for whites. Funding was difficult to obtain, and there were no camps devoted specifically to black youth. To this end, the 4-H Club Foundation of North Carolina was founded in 1950 in order to raise money for the establishment of a camp for African-American boys and girls. The work of the foundation paid off in 1955, when enough money had been raised to build Camp J.W. Mitchell at Hammock's Beach in Onslow County. 4-H work remained segregated by color until 1965, when the programs for white and black youth were combined into a single entity. Local community clubs were often slow to combine, but desegregation was eventually fully accomplished.

Since its inception, North Carolina 4-H worked in conjunction with the public school systems, especially in the recruitment of leaders and members. Although revisions in this set-up had been underway for nearly a decade, major changes came in the 1960s when the final formal links to the school system were dissolved and strong community-sponsoring bases - usually local businesses or existing social organizations - were established. What traditionally had been a program for rural youth expanded to offer the same opportunities to urban youth, reflecting the trend towards decreasing rural population. The move away from school-centered clubs towards community-centered ones proceeded apace with integration.

Recent decades have seen continued interest in North Carolina 4-H. Membership has remained strong, and the program continues to reach tens of thousands of youth across the state in both rural and urban areas. The continuing mission of North Carolina 4-H to teach children to "learn by doing" is probably best expressed in the program's own words: "You can participate in projects where you make something, develop a skill, raise and/or train an animal, join a virtual club with kids from anywhere in the world! There are numerous projects available to you, including foods, clothing, public speaking, models, aerospace, wood science and livestock." In 2006 4-H Youth Development and the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences were combined into one unit under the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service.

1926 - 1963
L. H. Harrill
1963
Lyman Dixon (acting)
1964 - 1970
T. Carlton Blalock
1970 - 1975
Chester Black
1976
Dalton R. Proctor (interim)
1976 - 1984
Donald L. Stormer
1984
William M. Garmon (acting)
1984 - 1995
Dalton R. Proctor
1995 - 2001
Michael A. Davis
2001 - 2005
Thearon L. McKinney (interim)
2005 -
Marshall Stewart

Scope/content

The 4-H Youth Development records contain files pertaining to the concerns of the 4-H program in North Carolina from 1912 to 2009, with the bulk of the records falling between 1927 to 1960. Although far from complete, the records give a representative look at most of the activities of 4-H in North Carolina, particularly after L. R. Harrill became State 4-H Leader and began consolidating the program. The records are arranged into seven series: General Records, County Club Records, Camps Records, Career Education Records, Honor Club Records, Scrapbooks, and Unprocessed. The files within each of the series are arranged alphabetically, except where noted. Detailed scope notes can be found at the beginning of each of the separate series below.

Physical description

31 cartons, 24 oversize boxes, 1 legal box, 5 flat folders

Use of these materials

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service, Department of 4-H Youth Development Records, UA 102.010, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

Related material

Source of acquisition

Transferred from North Carolina State University, Department of 4-H Youth Development.

The entire collection, including materials not available online, may be viewed in the Special Collections reading room in D.H. Hill Library.
General Records 1912-1998
Size: 16.5 linear feet

These records contain the bulk of the 4-H Youth Development collection, and consist of a wide variety of materials. The records include correspondence and memoranda, publications, event programs and brochures, financial information regarding the 4-H Development Fund, various writings and speeches from state leaders and 4-H members, newspaper and journal clippings, project and other reports, and files on the annual statewide and the national 4-H meetings. These records are arranged alphabetically by folder title, with the addition of one box of restricted records at the end of the series.

Several points on individual items need to be addressed for the researcher. In carton 1, the "Ephemera" folder contains a variety of 4-H-related items, including certificates, brochures, forms, bookmarks, postcards, and a label from a Girls' Canning Club tomato can. In the same carton, the "General Information" and the "Historical Information" folders contain items of interest to the researcher wishing to uncover basic background information without delving into individual topics. The "Clover Leaves" folders in carton 2 contain the newsletters published daily during the annual North Carolina state club meeting. The national 4-H Club meeting files starting in carton 4 and running into carton 6 contain a wide variety of records concerning the North Carolina delegation to each meeting. In addition, these folders often contain material relating to particular programs or activities, likely distributed at the meetings. Also note that the name of the national meeting changed over time, from "camp" to "camp and congress," and then just "congress." The term "Negro 4-H Work" has been retained in this arrangement, as that is the term used at the time of the records' creation. These records can be found in carton 6. The "Publications" and "Recreation Materials" folders in carton 7 contain material not published by the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service; they are mostly items from national or regional organizations collected by 4-H staff in the pursuit of their program goals and activities.

Finally, folder titles reflect the name changes of the statewide club meeting currently known as the North Carolina 4-H Congress. Folders titled "Short Course" have records from 1919 until 1942, although no meeting was held in the latter year because of World War II. Those titled "State Club Week" cover 1946 until 1968, when the current name was adopted. No meetings were held in 1933 or 1948 due to economic conditions and a polio outbreak, respectively.

11 records storage cartons

4-H Camp, Applications 1946
Carton 1, Folder 1
4-H Camp, Programs 1945-1975
Carton 1, Folder 2
4-H Ceremonials, folder one 1934-1968, undated
Carton 1, Folder 3
4-H Ceremonials, folder two 1934-1968, undated
Carton 1, Folder 4
4-H Ceremonials, Publications, folder one 1942-1961, undated
Carton 1, Folder 5
4-H Ceremonials, Publications, folder two 1942-1961, undated
Carton 1, Folder 6
4-H Church Sunday 1943-1960
Carton 1, Folder 7
4-H Church Sunday 1961-1972
Carton 1, Folder 8
4-H Clippings 1928-1961
Carton 1, Folder 9
4-H Club Foundation undated
Carton 1, Folder 10
4-H Ephemera 1959-1987, undated
Carton 1, Folder 11
4-H General Information 1940-1965
Carton 1, Folder 12
4-H General Information 1978-1985
Carton 1, Folder 13
4-H Historical Material 1926-1991

Includes L. R. Harrill's 'If it Takes Your Hide, Be a Man' poem.

Carton 1, Folder 14
4-H Historical Material - Clippings, Letters, Speeches 1912-1962, undated
Carton 1, Folder 15
4-H Historical Material - Correspondence 1939-1984
Carton 1, Folder 16
4-H Historical Material - Radio programs 1958, undated
Carton 1, Folder 17
4-H Leaders' Binder 1964
Carton 1, Folder 18
4-H - The Meaning of the H's 1928-1945
Carton 1, Folder 19
4-H Method Demonstration Outline 1948
Carton 1, Folder 20
4-H Method Demonstration Outline 1958
Carton 1, Folder 21
4-H Project Winners, Demonstration and Activity Days 1958-1959
Carton 1, Folder 22
4-H Project Winners, Demonstration and Activity Days 1960-1969
Carton 1, Folder 23
4-H Project Winners, Demonstration and Activity Days 1970-1983
Carton 1, Folder 24
4-H Project Winners, Statewide 1946-1959, undated
Carton 1, Folder 25
4-H Project Winners, Statewide 1960-1969
Carton 1, Folder 26
4-H Project Winners, Statewide 1970-1983
Carton 1, Folder 27
4-H Tapestry Project Description Booklet 1975
Carton 2, Folder 1
Achievement and Recognition Days 1919-1983, undated
Carton 2, Folder 2
Achievement and Recognition Days, Programs 1938-1998
Carton 2, Folder 3
Adult Leaders Guides 1929-1960, undated
Carton 2, Folder 4
Adult Leaders, "Voluncheers" 1984
Carton 2, Folder 5
Austrian Adoption Program 1949-1952, undated
Carton 2, Folder 6
Booklets and Brochures, Miscellaneous Event Programs 1961-1980, undated
Carton 2, Folder 7
Budgets 1952-1955
Carton 2, Folder 8
Calendar of Events 1951-1965
Carton 2, Folder 9
Calendar of Events 1985-1988
Carton 2, Folder 10
Clover Leaves 1959
Carton 2, Folder 11
Clover Leaves 1961
Carton 2, Folder 12
Clover Leaves 1962
Carton 2, Folder 13
Clover Leaves 1963
Carton 2, Folder 14
Clover Leaves 1964
Carton 2, Folder 15
Clover Leaves 1965
Carton 2, Folder 16
Clover Leaves 1967
Carton 2, Folder 17
Clover Leaves 1968
Carton 2, Folder 18
Clover Leaves 1969
Carton 2, Folder 19
Clover Leaves 1970
Carton 2, Folder 20
Clover Leaves 1971
Carton 2, Folder 21
Clover Leaves 1972
Carton 2, Folder 22
Clover Leaves 1973
Carton 2, Folder 23
Clover Leaves 1974
Carton 2, Folder 24
Clover Leaves 1975
Carton 2, Folder 25
Clover Leaves 1976
Carton 2, Folder 26
Clover Leaves 1977
Carton 2, Folder 27
Clover Leaves 1978
Carton 2, Folder 28
Clover Leaves 1979
Carton 2, Folder 29
Clover Leaves 1980
Carton 2, Folder 30
Clover Leaves 1981
Carton 2, Folder 31
Club Meetings - Programs and Suggestions 1928-1951
Carton 2, Folder 32
Club Projects 1941-1957, undated
Carton 2, Folder 33
Club Projects - Clothing 1938-1943, undated
Carton 2, Folder 34
Club Projects - Corn 1934
Carton 2, Folder 35
Club Projects - Cotton 1924-1925, undated
Carton 2, Folder 36
Club Projects - Dairy Cattle 1930, undated
Carton 2, Folder 37
Club Projects - Electric 1943-1952, undated
Carton 2, Folder 38
Club Projects - Gardening 1937-1962
Carton 2, Folder 39
Club Projects - Health 1938-1946, undated
Carton 2, Folder 40
Club Projects - Home Beautification 1938, undated
Carton 2, Folder 41
Club Projects - Homemaking 1946-1954, undated
Carton 2, Folder 42
Club Projects - Leathercraft 1938, undated
Carton 2, Folder 43
Club Projects - Livestock 1945-1960
Carton 2, Folder 44
Club Projects - Swine undated
Carton 2, Folder 45
Club Projects - Wildlife Conservation 1935-1953, undated
Carton 2, Folder 46
Community 4-H Clubs 1959-1962, undated
Carton 2, Folder 47
Community 4-H Clubs 1963-1965
Carton 2, Folder 48
Correspondence - General 1938-1949
Carton 2, Folder 49
Correspondence - General 1950-1959
Carton 2, Folder 50
Correspondence - General 1960-1969
Carton 2, Folder 51
Correspondence - General 1970-1978
Carton 2, Folder 52
Correspondence - General 1984-1991
Carton 2, Folder 53
Correspondence, L. R. Harrill -- Letters of Appreciation 1941-1947
Carton 3, Folder 1
Correspondence, L. R. Harrill -- Letters of Appreciation 1951
Carton 3, Folder 2
Correspondence, L. R. Harrill -- Letters of Appreciation 1952
Carton 3, Folder 3
Correspondence, L. R. Harrill -- Letters of Appreciation 1953-1963, undated
Carton 3, Folder 4
Correspondence, L. R. Harrill -- Students 1950-1954
Carton 3, Folder 5
Correspondence -- Photographs 1971-1972
Carton 3, Folder 6
Correspondence -- Project Winners 1965-1975
Carton 3, Folder 7
Correspondence -- 4-H Publications and Presentations 1964-1976, undated
Carton 3, Folder 8
County Council 1931, undated
Carton 3, Folder 9
Cumulative Record Winners 1986-1987
Carton 3, Folder 10
Curriculum Development Committee 1988
Carton 3, Folder 11
Dedication Programs 1947-1978
Carton 3, Folder 12
Demonstrations -- Dairy Calf 1939
Carton 3, Folder 13
Demonstrations -- General 1938-1945, undated
Carton 3, Folder 14
Development Fund Advisory Committee 1962-1968
Carton 3, Folder 15
Development Fund 1965-1970
Carton 3, Folder 16
Development Fund 1971
Carton 3, Folder 17
Development Fund 1972
Carton 3, Folder 18
Development Fund -- Drive for $750,000, Correspondence 1972-1973
Carton 3, Folder 19
Development Fund -- Drive for $750,000, Supporting Materials 1972-1973
Carton 3, Folder 20
Development Fund 1973 Jan.-June
Carton 3, Folder 21
Development Fund 1973 July-Dec.
Carton 3, Folder 22
Development Fund 1973
Carton 3, Folder 23
Development Fund 1974
Carton 3, Folder 24
Development Fund -- Reports and Brochures 1974
Carton 3, Folder 25
Development Fund 1975 Jan.-July
Carton 3, Folder 26
Development Fund 1975 Aug.-Dec.
Carton 4, Folder 1
Development Fund -- Correspondence 1976
Carton 4, Folder 2
Development Fund -- Reports and Brochures 1976
Carton 4, Folder 3
Development Fund 1977 Jan.-Sept.
Carton 4, Folder 4
Development Fund 1977 Oct.-Dec.
Carton 4, Folder 5
Development Fund 1978
Carton 4, Folder 6
Development Fund 1982-1987
Carton 4, Folder 7
Development Fund undated
Carton 4, Folder 8
Development Fund -- Audited Financial Statements 1976-1982
Carton 4, Folder 9
Development Fund -- Audited Financial Statements 1983-1987
Carton 4, Folder 10
Development Fund -- Report to the State 1965-1967
Carton 4, Folder 11
Donor Appreciation Banquet -- Programs 1976-1991
Carton 4, Folder 12
Electric Congress 1948-1984
Carton 4, Folder 13
Extension Agents 4-H Guide, folder one 1972
Carton 4, Folder 14
Extension Agents 4-H Guide, folder two 1972
Carton 4, Folder 15
Floats and Exhibits 1948-1975, undated
Carton 4, Folder 16
Forestry Camp 1965
Carton 4, Folder 17
Four County Improvement Program 1962-1965
Carton 4, Folder 18
Girls' Club Work 1938-1944
Carton 4, Folder 19
Headquarters Committee 1972-1973
Carton 4, Folder 20
IFYE (International 4-H Youth Exchange) 1948-1989
Carton 4, Folder 21
Job Descriptions 1959, undated
Carton 4, Folder 22
Judging 1967-1974
Carton 4, Folder 23
Junior Dairy Cattle Show 1946-1961
Carton 4, Folder 24
Key Award Banquet 1964-1972
Carton 4, Folder 25
L. R. Harrill Center 1983
Carton 4, Folder 26
Leadership Camps 1926-1959
Carton 4, Folder 27
Leadership Recognition Programs 1946-1983
Carton 4, Folder 28
Management by Objectives 1974
Carton 4, Folder 29
Martin Luther King, Jr., National Youth Assembly 1992-1993
Carton 4, Folder 30
National 4-H Camp 1927
Carton 4, Folder 31
National 4-H Camp 1928
Carton 4, Folder 32
National 4-H Camp 1929
Carton 4, Folder 33
National 4-H Camp 1931
Carton 4, Folder 34
National 4-H Camp 1932
Carton 4, Folder 35
National 4-H Camp 1933
Carton 4, Folder 36
National 4-H Camp 1934
Carton 4, Folder 37
National 4-H Camp 1935
Carton 4, Folder 38
National 4-H Camp 1936
Carton 5, Folder 1
National 4-H Camp 1937
Carton 5, Folder 2
National 4-H Camp 1938
Carton 5, Folder 3
National 4-H Camp 1939
Carton 5, Folder 4
National 4-H Camp 1940
Carton 5, Folder 5
National 4-H Camp 1941
Carton 5, Folder 6
National 4-H Camp 1944
Carton 5, Folder 7
National 4-H Camp 1945
Carton 5, Folder 8
National 4-H Camp 1946
Carton 5, Folder 9
National 4-H Camp 1947
Carton 5, Folder 10
National 4-H Camp and Congress 1948
Carton 5, Folder 11
National 4-H Camp and Congress 1949
Carton 5, Folder 12
National 4-H Camp and Congress 1950
Carton 5, Folder 13
National 4-H Camp and Congress 1951
Carton 5, Folder 14
National 4-H Camp and Congress 1952
Carton 5, Folder 15
National 4-H Camp and Congress 1953
Carton 5, Folder 16
National 4-H Camp and Congress 1954
Carton 5, Folder 17
National 4-H Camp and Congress 1955
Carton 5, Folder 18
National 4-H Camp and Congress 1956
Carton 5, Folder 19
National 4-H Camp and Congress 1958
Carton 5, Folder 20
National 4-H Congress 1959

Includes luncheon programs with Pat Boone's autograph.

Carton 5, Folder 21
National 4-H Congress 1960
Carton 5, Folder 22
National 4-H Congress 1961
Carton 5, Folder 23
National 4-H Congress 1962
Carton 5, Folder 24
National 4-H Congress 1963
Carton 5, Folder 25
National 4-H Congress 1964
Carton 5, Folder 26
National 4-H Congress 1965
Carton 5, Folder 27
National 4-H Congress 1966
Carton 5, Folder 28
National 4-H Congress 1968
Carton 5, Folder 29
National 4-H Congress 1969
Carton 5, Folder 30
National 4-H Congress 1970
Carton 5, Folder 31
National 4-H Congress 1971
Carton 5, Folder 32
National 4-H Congress 1972
Carton 5, Folder 33
National 4-H Congress, folder one 1973
Carton 5, Folder 34
National 4-H Congress, folder two 1973
Carton 5, Folder 35
National 4-H Congress, folder one 1974
Carton 5, Folder 36
National 4-H Congress, folder two 1974
Carton 5, Folder 37
National 4-H Congress -- Correspondence 1975
Carton 5, Folder 38
National 4-H Congress -- Programs and Brochures 1975
Carton 5, Folder 39
National 4-H Congress -- Delegate and Financial Information 1975
Carton 5, Folder 40
National 4-H Congress 1976
Carton 5, Folder 41
National 4-H Congress 1977-1978
Carton 5, Folder 42
National 4-H Congress 1979
Carton 5, Folder 43
National 4-H Congress 1982
Carton 6, Folder 1
National 4-H Congress 1983
Carton 6, Folder 2
National 4-H Congress 1984
Carton 6, Folder 3
National 4-H Congress 1985
Carton 6, Folder 4
National 4-H Congress 1986
Carton 6, Folder 5
National 4-H Congress 1987
Carton 6, Folder 6
National 4-H Congress 1988
Carton 6, Folder 7
National 4-H Congress 1989
Carton 6, Folder 8
National 4-H Congress 1990
Carton 6, Folder 9
National 4-H Congress undated
Carton 6, Folder 10
National Collegiate 4-H Congress 1981
Carton 6, Folder 11
National Committee on Boys' and Girls' Club Work 1940-1946
Carton 6, Folder 12
National Dairy Show 1939-1940
Carton 6, Folder 13
Negro 4-H Work -- Awards 1952-1962
Carton 6, Folder 14
Negro 4-H Work -- Club Foundation 1950-1958
Carton 6, Folder 15
Negro 4-H Work -- Correspondence 1943-1955
Carton 6, Folder 16
Negro 4-H Work -- General Information 1941-1968
Carton 6, Folder 17
Negro 4-H Work -- History 1955-1965, undated
Carton 6, Folder 18
Negro 4-H Work -- Programs and Brochures 1937-1965
Carton 6, Folder 19
Negro Wildlife Conservation Camp 1940-1963
Carton 6, Folder 20
Northeast District Leaders Scrapbook 1993
Carton 6, Folder 21
Newsletters -- Various 1975-1976
Carton 6, Folder 22
North Carolina Federation of 4-H Clubs -- 9th District 1937-1939
Carton 6, Folder 23
North Carolina Federation of 4-H Clubs -- 10th District 1940-1942
Carton 6, Folder 24
North Carolina Federation of 4-H Clubs -- 11th District 1935-1941
Carton 6, Folder 25
North Carolina Federation of 4-H Clubs -- 12th District 1934-1941
Carton 6, Folder 26
"Operation 4-H Expansion" -- Correspondence 1965-1968
Carton 6, Folder 27
"Operation 4-H Expansion" -- General 1966, undated
Carton 6, Folder 28
"Operation 4-H Expansion" -- Meetings 1966
Carton 6, Folder 29
"Operation 4-H Expansion" -- Reports 1966-1967
Carton 6, Folder 30
Pageants and Plays undated
Carton 6, Folder 31
Performing Arts Troupe -- Programs 1982-1990
Carton 6, Folder 32
Personnel 1962-1974
Carton 6, Folder 33
Plans of Work -- General Information 1944-1948
Carton 6, Folder 34
Press Releases 1958-1989
Carton 6, Folder 35
Programs -- Miscellaneous 1941-1989, undated
Carton 6, Folder 36
Promotional Ideas Material 1971-1987
Carton 6, Folder 37
Promotional Notebook 1969
Carton 7, Folder 1
Publications -- National, folder one Circa 1935-1984, undated
Carton 7, Folder 2
Publications -- National, folder two 1941-1984, undated
Carton 7, Folder 3
Publications -- Other States 1925-1962, undated
Carton 7, Folder 4
Publications Inventory ca. 1965
Carton 7, Folder 5
Radio Programs 1930-1932
Carton 7, Folder 6
Radio Programs 1933
Carton 7, Folder 7
Radio Programs 1934
Carton 7, Folder 8
Radio Programs 1935
Carton 7, Folder 9
Radio Programs 1936
Carton 7, Folder 10
Radio Programs 1937
Carton 7, Folder 11
Radio Programs 1938
Carton 7, Folder 12
Radio Programs 1939
Carton 7, Folder 13
Radio Programs 1940
Carton 7, Folder 14
Radio Programs 1941
Carton 7, Folder 15
Radio Programs 1942
Carton 7, Folder 16
Radio Programs 1943-1944
Carton 7, Folder 17
Radio Programs 1945
Carton 7, Folder 18
Radio Programs 1946-1949
Carton 7, Folder 19
Radio Programs 1951-1954
Carton 7, Folder 20
Radio Programs 1955
Carton 7, Folder 21
Radio Programs 1956
Carton 7, Folder 22
Radio Programs 1957
Carton 7, Folder 23
Radio Programs 1959
Carton 7, Folder 24
Radio Programs 1960
Carton 7, Folder 25
Radio Programs 1961
Carton 7, Folder 26
Radio Programs 1962
Carton 7, Folder 27
Radio Programs undated
Carton 7, Folder 28
Recreation Materials, folder one 1927-1943, undated
Carton 7, Folder 29
Recreation Materials, folder two 1930-1949
Carton 7, Folder 30
Recreation Materials, folder three 1930-1949
Carton 7, Folder 31
Recreation Materials -- Games Bulletin undated
Carton 7, Folder 32
Recreation Materials -- Recreation News Letter 1937-1941
Carton 7, Folder 33
Reports and Papers, various undated
Carton 8, Folder 1
Savings Bond Drive 1949
Carton 8, Folder 2
Scholarships and Awards 1931-1989
Carton 8, Folder 3
SEMIS Reports -- Correspondence 1967-1970
Carton 8, Folder 4
SEMIS Reports -- General Information 1968-1969, undated
Carton 8, Folder 5
SEMIS Reports -- Situational Reports and Plans of Work 1969-1976
Carton 8, Folder 6
Short Course 1919-1928
Carton 8, Folder 7
Short Course 1929
Carton 8, Folder 8
Short Course 1930
Carton 8, Folder 9
Short Course 1931
Carton 8, Folder 10
Short Course 1932
Carton 8, Folder 11
Short Course 1934
Carton 8, Folder 12
Short Course 1935
Carton 8, Folder 13
Short Course 1936
Carton 8, Folder 14
Short Course 1937
Carton 8, Folder 15
Short Course 1938
Carton 8, Folder 16
Short Course 1939
Carton 8, Folder 17
Short Course 1940
Carton 8, Folder 18
Short Course 1941
Carton 8, Folder 19
Short Course 1942
Carton 8, Folder 20
Short Course undated
Carton 8, Folder 21
Short Course -- Tractor Maintenance 1952-1957
Carton 8, Folder 22
Songbooks and Sheet Music, folder one undated
Carton 8, Folder 23
Songbooks and Sheet Music, folder two undated
Carton 8, Folder 24
Southern Region Forums 1987-1988
Carton 8, Folder 25
Stamps 1952
Carton 8, Folder 26
Star-News Newspapers Honor Program -- Correspondence 1958-1969
Carton 8, Folder 28
Star-News Newspapers Honor Program -- Correspondence 1970-1978
Carton 8, Folder 29
Star-News Newspapers Honor Program -- Booklets 1963-1974
Carton 8, Folder 27
State 4-H Advisory Committee undated
Carton 8, Folder 30
State 4-H Club Week -- Programs 1946-1968
Carton 8, Folder 31
State 4-H Club Week 1946
Carton 9, Folder 1
State 4-H Club Week 1947
Carton 9, Folder 2
State 4-H Club Week 1949
Carton 9, Folder 3
State 4-H Club Week 1950
Carton 9, Folder 4
State 4-H Club Week -- Harrill's "Silver Anniversary" 1950
Carton 9, Folder 5
State 4-H Club Week 1951
Carton 9, Folder 6
State 4-H Club Week 1952
Carton 9, Folder 7
State 4-H Club Week 1953
Carton 9, Folder 8
State 4-H Club Week 1954
Carton 9, Folder 9
State 4-H Club Week 1955
Carton 9, Folder 10
State 4-H Club Week 1956
Carton 9, Folder 11
State 4-H Club Week 1957
Carton 9, Folder 12
State 4-H Club Week 1958
Carton 9, Folder 13
State 4-H Club Week 1959
Carton 9, Folder 14
State 4-H Club Week 1960
Carton 9, Folder 15
State 4-H Club Week 1961
Carton 9, Folder 16
State 4-H Club Week 1962
Carton 9, Folder 17
State 4-H Club Week 1963-1967
Carton 9, Folder 18
State 4-H Congress -- Programs 1969-1998
Carton 9, Folder 19
State 4-H Congress -- "Announcing" 1963-1981
Carton 9, Folder 20
State 4-H Congress -- Committee Assignments 1963-1977
Carton 9, Folder 21
State 4-H Congress 1968-1972
Carton 9, Folder 22
State 4-H Congress 1973
Carton 9, Folder 23
State 4-H Congress 1974
Carton 9, Folder 24
State 4-H Congress 1975
Carton 9, Folder 25
State 4-H Congress 1976
Carton 9, Folder 26
State 4-H Congress 1977
Carton 9, Folder 27
State 4-H Congress 1978
Carton 9, Folder 28
State 4-H Congress 1987
Carton 9, Folder 29
State 4-H Congress 1989
Carton 9, Folder 30
State 4-H Congress 1990
Carton 9, Folder 31
State 4-H Congress 1991
Carton 9, Folder 32
State 4-H Congress 1993
Carton 9, Folder 33
State 4-H Council 1953-1973
Carton 9, Folder 34
State 4-H Council -- Meetings 1980-1996
Carton 9, Folder 35
State Fashion Revue -- Programs 1959-1996
Carton 9, Folder 36
State Health Pageant -- Programs 1940-1976
Carton 9, Folder 37
State Leaders Luncheon -- Programs 1947-1980
Carton 9, Folder 38
State Presenation Banquet -- Programs 1992-1998
Carton 9, Folder 39
State Presenation Winners -- Programs 1990-1992
Carton 9, Folder 40
State Talent Show -- Programs 1966-1981, undated
Carton 9, Folder 41
Statistics -- 4-H Church Sunday 1964-1968
Carton 9, Folder 42
Statistics -- Demonstration Day 1964-1969
Carton 9, Folder 43
Statistics -- Enrollment 1943-1961
Carton 9, Folder 44
Statistics -- General 1947-1971, undated
Carton 9, Folder 45
Teen Leader Program 1969
Carton 9, Folder 46
Thrift Program 1950-1951
Carton 9, Folder 47
TV -- "Mulligan Stew" 1973-1974
Carton 9, Folder 48
TV -- "Science Club" 1968-1974
Carton 10, Folder 1
Wildlife Conservation Conference 1936-1963
Carton 10, Folder 2
World War II -- Citizenship 1941, undated
Carton 10, Folder 3
World War II -- Correspondence with Servicemen 1941-1946
Carton 10, Folder 4
World War II -- County Contributions 1946
Carton 10, Folder 5
World War II -- Feed a Fighter Program 1943-1944
Carton 10, Folder 6
World War II -- General 1942-1945
Carton 10, Folder 7
World War II -- Liberty Ships 1943-1946
Carton 10, Folder 8
World War II -- 4-H Mobilization 1942
Carton 10, Folder 9
World War II -- 4-H Mobilization Week 1943
Carton 10, Folder 10
World War II -- 4-H Mobilization Week 1944
Carton 10, Folder 11
World War II -- National Defense 1942
Carton 10, Folder 12
World War II -- National Defense 1943
Carton 10, Folder 13
World War II -- Scrap Drives 1942-1943
Carton 10, Folder 14
World War II -- Victory Gardens 1943
Carton 10, Folder 15
World War II -- War Production Program 1942-1944
Carton 10, Folder 16
Writings and Speeches -- L. R. Harrill 1926-1962, undated
Carton 10, Folder 17
Writings and Speeches -- others 1945-1970, undated
Carton 10, Folder 18
YMW (Young Men and Women's) Clubs -- General 1953-1964
Carton 10, Folder 19
YMW Conference 1955-1959
Carton 10, Folder 20
YMW Conference 1960-1965
Carton 10, Folder 21
YMW Meetings and Programs 1949-1962
Carton 10, Folder 22
YMW National Conferences 1949-1953
Carton 10, Folder 23
YMW Correspondence 1965-1971
Carton 10, Folder 24
YMW Older Youth Conference 1937
Carton 10, Folder 25
YMW Older Youth Conference 1938
Carton 10, Folder 26
YMW Older Youth Conference 1939
Carton 10, Folder 27
YMW Older Youth Conference 1940
Carton 10, Folder 28
YMW Older Youth Conference 1941
Carton 10, Folder 29
YMW Planning undated
Carton 10, Folder 30
YMW State Conference 1950-1954
Carton 10, Folder 31
Youth Progress Reports 1971-1979
Carton 10, Folder 32
Report Forms - By County, Burke to Cabarrus [RESTRICTED] 1989-1991
Box 18, Folder 8
Report Forms - By County, Columbus to Iredell [RESTRICTED] 1989-1991
Box 18, Folder 9
Report Forms - By County, Lenoir to Vance [RESTRICTED] 1989-1991
Box 18, Folder 10
Report Forms - National 4-H Congress [RESTRICTED] 1989-1991
Box 18, Folder 11
County Club Records 1918-1966
Size: 2.25 linear feet

This series contains records from the individual North Carolina county 4-H organizations. In 1959-60 and again in 1965-66 an effort was made to collect the histories of these clubs, and for each county there is a history (more detailed in some cases than others) and often a filled-in questionnaire. Many files contain additional materials, the most common of which are biographies of individual club members, personal statements by them about their experiences, and photographs and newspaper articles. Other materials, found less frequently, are special event programs, correspondence, club report forms and booklets, demonstration and project scripts, and newsletters.

Folders are arranged alphabetically by county. Folder contents are arranged chronologically with undated materials at the back of each folder. Items whose county of origin could not be identified are in a folder at the end of the series.

1.5 records storage cartons

Alamance County 1928-1966
Carton 11, Folder 1
Alexander County 1966
Carton 11, Folder 2
Alleghany County undated
Carton 11, Folder 3
Anson County 1934-1965
Carton 11, Folder 4
Ashe County 1954, undated
Carton 11, Folder 5
Avery County 1937-1966
Carton 11, Folder 6
Beaufort County 1937-1966
Carton 11, Folder 7
Bertie County 1942-1966
Carton 11, Folder 8
Bladen County 1941-1966
Carton 11, Folder 9
Brunswick County 1964, undated
Carton 11, Folder 10
Buncombe County 1923-1959, undated
Carton 11, Folder 11
Burke County 1966, undated
Carton 11, Folder 12
Cabarrus County 1963-1966
Carton 11, Folder 13
Caldwell County 1934-1966
Carton 11, Folder 14
Camden County undated
Carton 11, Folder 15
Carteret County 1937-1941, undated
Carton 11, Folder 16
Caswell County 1935-1966
Carton 11, Folder 17
Catawba County 1928-1968
Carton 11, Folder 18
Chatham County 1940-1966
Carton 11, Folder 19
Cherokee County 1950-1966
Carton 11, Folder 20
Chowan County 1955, undated
Carton 11, Folder 21
Clay County 1934-1957
Carton 11, Folder 22
Cleveland County 1935-1960
Carton 11, Folder 23
Columbus County 1926-1966
Carton 11, Folder 24
Craven County 1935-1966
Carton 11, Folder 25
Cumberland County 1925-1966
Carton 11, Folder 26
Currituck County 1966
Carton 11, Folder 27
Dare County 1966-1967
Carton 11, Folder 28
Davidson County 1953-1964
Carton 11, Folder 29
Davie County 1966, undated
Carton 11, Folder 30
Duplin County 1929-1966
Carton 11, Folder 31
Durham County 1933-1966
Carton 11, Folder 32
Edgecombe County 1926-1960, undated
Carton 11, Folder 33
Forsyth County 1940-1991
Carton 11, Folder 34
Franklin County 1927-1966
Carton 11, Folder 35
Gaston County 1935-1966
Carton 11, Folder 36
Gates County 1938, undated
Carton 11, Folder 37
Graham County 1966, undated
Carton 11, Folder 38
Granville County 1935-1964
Carton 11, Folder 39
Greene County undated
Carton 11, Folder 40
Guilford County 1926-1965
Carton 11, Folder 41
Halifax County 1928-1959
Carton 11, Folder 42
Harnett County 1965, undated
Carton 11, Folder 43
Haywood County 1934-1966
Carton 11, Folder 44
Henderson County 1937-1966
Carton 11, Folder 45
Hertford County 1935-1963
Carton 11, Folder 46
Hoke County 1960-1966
Carton 11, Folder 47
Hyde County 1937-1966
Carton 11, Folder 48
Iredell County 1928-1962
Carton 11, Folder 49
Jackson County 1938-1964
Carton 11, Folder 50
Johnston County 1937-1963
Carton 11, Folder 51
Jones County 1936-1966
Carton 11, Folder 52
Lee County 1960-1966, undated
Carton 11, Folder 53
Lenoir County 1964, undated
Carton 11, Folder 54
Lincoln County 1966, undated
Carton 11, Folder 55
Macon County 1935-1966
Carton 11, Folder 56
Madison County 1963-1966
Carton 11, Folder 57
Martin County 1955-1966
Carton 11, Folder 58
McDowell County 1960-1966
Carton 11, Folder 59
Mecklenburg County 1928-1962
Carton 11, Folder 60
Mitchell County undated
Carton 11, Folder 61
Montgomery County 1959-1966
Carton 11, Folder 62
Moore County 1938-1966
Carton 11, Folder 63
Nash County 1939-1966
Carton 11, Folder 64
Northampton County 1936-1965, undated
Carton 11, Folder 65
New Hanover County 1960-1966
Carton 11, Folder 66
Onslow County 1939-1966
Carton 11, Folder 67
Orange County 1960-1966
Carton 11, Folder 68
Pamlico County 1966, undated
Carton 11, Folder 69
Pasquotank County 1942-1966
Carton 11, Folder 70
Pender County 1927-1966
Carton 11, Folder 71
Perquimans County 1942-1966
Carton 12, Folder 1
Person County 1953-1966
Carton 12, Folder 2
Pitt County 1957-1964
Carton 12, Folder 3
Polk County 1923-1942, undated
Carton 12, Folder 4
Randolph County 1957-1966
Carton 12, Folder 5
Richmond County 1938-1966
Carton 12, Folder 6
Robeson County 1937-1966
Carton 12, Folder 7
Rockingham County 1928-1966
Carton 12, Folder 8
Rowan County 1938-1966, undated
Carton 12, Folder 9
Rowan County -- St. Paul's Club Scrapbook, pages 1-14 1939
Carton 12, Folder 10
Rowan County -- St. Paul's Club Scrapbook, pages 15-28 1939
Carton 12, Folder 11
Rowan County -- St. Paul's Club Scrapbook, pages 29-42 1939
Carton 12, Folder 12
Rutherford County 1934-1966, undated
Carton 12, Folder 13
Rutherford County -- History, folder one undated
Carton 12, Folder 14
Rutherford County -- History, folder two undated
Carton 12, Folder 15
Sampson County 1928-1966
Carton 12, Folder 16
Scotland County 1966
Carton 12, Folder 17
Stanly County 1927-1966
Carton 12, Folder 18
Stanly County -- Record of Club Work 1930
Carton 12, Folder 19
Stanly County -- 4-H Progress Report 1934
Carton 12, Folder 20
Stanly County -- Farm and Home Tour ca. 1936
Carton 12, Folder 21
Stokes County 1941-1959
Carton 12, Folder 22
Surry County 1945-1966
Carton 12, Folder 23
Swain County 1966, undated
Carton 12, Folder 24
Transylvania County 1948-1966
Carton 12, Folder 25
Tyrrell County 1966, undated
Carton 12, Folder 26
Union County 1946-1966
Carton 12, Folder 27
Vance County 1964-1966
Carton 12, Folder 28
Wake County 1926-1960
Carton 12, Folder 29
Warren County 1955-1966
Carton 12, Folder 30
Washington County 1959-1966
Carton 12, Folder 31
Watauga County 1938-1966
Carton 12, Folder 32
Wayne County 1937-1966, undated
Carton 12, Folder 33
Wilkes County 1964-1966, undated
Carton 12, Folder 34
Wilson County 1935-1966
Carton 12, Folder 35
Yadkin County 1936-1960
Carton 12, Folder 36
Yancey County 1950-1960
Carton 12, Folder 37
Unknown Counties 1934, undated
Carton 12, Folder 38
Camp Records 1927-1983
Size: 3.75 linear feet

The Camp Records series contains correspondence and memoranda, brochures, programs, pamphlets, reports, clippings, and other records that relate to the functioning and the activities of individual camps. These records are organized alphabetically by camp name, with "General Camps" folders at the beginning of the series. The materials for each camp are divided into the following folders: Administrative, Camp Attendance and Evaluations, Camp Brochures and Schedules, Correspondence, Financial Records, and Notes. Not all camps have materials of every type. Within each folder, materials are arranged chronologically, with undated materials at the back of the folder. While the content of most of the folders are self-evident, several require explanation. The Administrative folders contain materials such as clippings, weekly and monthly reports, camp inspection reports, and administrative records not included elsewhere. Notes folders contain handwritten material, typically notes on meetings, phone calls, and other administrative items, that have been saved for their potential value in determining a particular camp's administration.

The "General Camps" folders at the beginning of the series contain information that applies to the 4-H camping program in general or to records containing information about several 4-H camps. Examples of materials in this section are statements, press releases, brochures, and newspaper articles about North Carolina's 4-H camping program, as well as schedules, attendance figures, and planning materials for multiple camps. These folders have been given the same titles as for the individual camp records, with several exceptions. The "General Camps - Camp Planning Material" folder consists of brochures and informational packets on how to conduct successful 4-H camps, as well as packets of activities and songs. The "General Camps - Correspondence" folder includes correspondence on proposed camps that were never built. The "General Camps - Other Camp Materials" folder contains information on camps or programs that could not be identified specifically as 4-H camps.

2.5 records storage cartons

General Camps administrative file 1938-1973
Carton 12, Folder 39
General Camps attendance 1951-1983
Carton 12, Folder 40
General Camps brochures and schedules 1927-1959
Carton 12, Folder 41
General Camps brochures and schedules 1962-1975
Carton 12, Folder 42
General Camps correspondence 1938-1963
Carton 12, Folder 44
General Camps financial records 1942, undated
Carton 12, Folder 45
General Camps other camp materials 1941-1972
Carton 12, Folder 46
General Camps planning materials 1931-1967
Carton 12, Folder 43
General Camps postcards and menu brochures undated
Carton 12, Folder 47
Anita-Alta Camp administrative file 1973-1975
Carton 12, Folder 48
Anita-Alta Camp correspondence 1973-1975
Carton 12, Folder 49
Anita-Alta Camp financial records 1973
Carton 12, Folder 50
Betsy-Jeff Penn Center administrative file 1962-1986
Carton 12, Folder 51
Betsy-Jeff Penn Center architectural drawings and maps 1967
Holloway-Reeves and Associates
Flat folder 1
Betsy-Jeff Penn Center attendance and evaluation 1964-1985
Carton 12, Folder 52
Betsy-Jeff Penn Center brochures and schedules 1963-1983
Carton 12, Folder 53
Betsy-Jeff Penn Center correspondence 1958-1962
Carton 13, Folder 1
Betsy-Jeff Penn Center correspondence 1963 Jan-Mar
Carton 13, Folder 2
Betsy-Jeff Penn Center correspondence 1963 Apr-Jul
Carton 13, Folder 3
Betsy-Jeff Penn Center correspondence 1963 Aug-1964 Feb
Carton 13, Folder 4
Betsy-Jeff Penn Center correspondence 1964 Mar-Jul
Carton 13, Folder 5
Betsy-Jeff Penn Center correspondence 1965-1969 Jan
Carton 13, Folder 6
Betsy-Jeff Penn Center correspondence 1969 Feb-1970 Jul
Carton 13, Folder 7
Betsy-Jeff Penn Center correspondence 1970 Aug-1971 May
Carton 13, Folder 8
Betsy-Jeff Penn Center correspondence 1971 Jul-1973
Carton 13, Folder 9
Betsy-Jeff Penn Center financial records 1962-1966
Carton 13, Folder 10
Betsy-Jeff Penn Center financial records 1968-1973
Carton 13, Folder 11
Betsy-Jeff Penn Center notes 1962-1965
Carton 13, Folder 12
Carteret County Camp administrative file 1962
Carton 13, Folder 13
Carteret County Camp architectural drawings and maps 1963-1967
Flat folder 2
Carteret County Camp correspondence 1962-1964
Carton 13, Folder 14
Carteret County Camp financial records undated
Carton 13, Folder 15
Chowan Camp correspondence 1947
Carton 13, Folder 16
Crabtree Creek Camp administrative file 1935-1948
Carton 13, Folder 17
Crabtree Creek Camp correspondence 1937-1941
Carton 13, Folder 18
Camp Hoffman administrative file 1937-1940
Carton 13, Folder 19
Camp Hoffman attendance and evaluations 1938
Carton 13, Folder 20
Camp Hoffman brochures and schedules 1940
Carton 13, Folder 21
Camp Hoffman correspondence 1938-1940
Carton 13, Folder 22
Camp Hoffman financial records 1938
Carton 13, Folder 23
Camp Jamestown (Halifax County) brochures and schedules 1942-1943
Carton 13, Folder 24
Kerr Lake Camp administrative file 1957-1962
Carton 13, Folder 25
Camp Leach brochures and schedules 1927-1940
Carton 13, Folder 26
Manteo/Roanoke Island Camp administrative file 1946-1967
Carton 13, Folder 27
Manteo/Roanoke Island Camp attendance and evaluations 1951-1963
Carton 13, Folder 28
Manteo/Roanoke Island Camp brochures and schedules 1947-1965
Carton 13, Folder 29
Manteo/Roanoke Island Camp correspondence 1946-1962
Carton 13, Folder 30
Manteo/Roanoke Island Camp correspondence 1963-1968
Carton 13, Folder 31
Manteo/Roanoke Island Camp correspondence 1969-1971
Carton 13, Folder 32
Manteo/Roanoke Island Camp financial records 1951-1962
Carton 13, Folder 33
Manteo/Roanoke Island Camp financial records 1963-1971
Carton 13, Folder 34
Manteo/Roanoke Island Camp maps 1962
Flat folder 3
Manteo/Roanoke Island Camp notes undated
Carton 13, Folder 35
Camp Millstone administrative file 1939-1962
Carton 13, Folder 36
Camp Millstone administrative file 1963-1972
Carton 13, Folder 37
Camp Millstone attendance and evaluations 1945-1967
Carton 13, Folder 38
Camp Millstone blueprints 1953
Ellerbe (N.C.)
Flat folder 4
Camp Millstone brochures and schedules 1939-1978
Carton 13, Folder 39
Camp Millstone correspondence 1937-1941
Carton 13, Folder 40
Camp Millstone correspondence 1942
Carton 13, Folder 41
Camp Millstone correspondence 1943-1949
Carton 13, Folder 42
Camp Millstone correspondence 1950-1953
Carton 13, Folder 43
Camp Millstone correspondence 1954-1968
Carton 13, Folder 44
Camp Millstone correspondence 1969-1972
Carton 13, Folder 45
Camp Millstone financial records 1938-1945
Carton 13, Folder 46
Camp Millstone financial records 1946-1954
Carton 13, Folder 47
Camp Millstone financial records 1955-1958
Carton 14, Folder 1
Camp Millstone financial records 1959-1970
Carton 14, Folder 2
Camp Millstone maps 1935
Ellerbe (N.C.)
Flat folder 5
Camp Millstone notes undated
Carton 14, Folder 3
Camp Mitchell administrative file 1955-1970
Carton 14, Folder 4
Camp Mitchell brochures and schedules 1957-1978
Carton 14, Folder 5
Camp Mitchell correspondence 1955-1971
Carton 14, Folder 6
Presbyterian Point Camp administrative file 1958
Carton 14, Folder 7
Presbyterian Point Camp correspondence 1966
Carton 14, Folder 8
Presbyterian Point Camp financial records 1966
Carton 14, Folder 9
Presbyterian Point Camp notes undated
Carton 14, Folder 10
Camp Schaub administrative file 1948-1953
Carton 14, Folder 11
Camp Schaub administrative file 1954-1965
Carton 14, Folder 12
Camp Schaub attendance and evaluations 1950-1962
Carton 14, Folder 13
Camp Schaub brochures and schedules 1950-1978
Carton 14, Folder 14
Camp Schaub correspondence 1945-1949
Carton 14, Folder 15
Camp Schaub correspondence 1950-1953
Carton 14, Folder 16
Camp Schaub correspondence 1954-1967
Carton 14, Folder 17
Camp Schaub financial records 1945-1952
Carton 14, Folder 18
Camp Schaub financial records 1953-1959
Carton 14, Folder 19
Camp Schaub financial records 1960-1967
Carton 14, Folder 20
Camp Sertoma administrative file 1982
Carton 14, Folder 21
Camp Swannanoa administrative file 1927-1940
Carton 14, Folder 22
Camp Swannanoa administrative file 1941-1960
Carton 14, Folder 23
Camp Swannanoa administrative file 1961-1971
Carton 14, Folder 24
Camp Swannanoa architectural drawings and maps 1927
Swannanoa (N.C.)
Flat folder 2
Camp Swannanoa attendance and evaluations 1951-1968
Carton 14, Folder 25
Camp Swannanoa blueprints 1927-1958
Swannanoa (N.C.)
Flat folder 4
Camp Swannanoa brochures and schedules 1936-1948
Carton 14, Folder 26
Camp Swannanoa brochures and schedules 1950-1978
Carton 14, Folder 27
Camp Swannanoa correspondence 1933-1948
Carton 14, Folder 28
Camp Swannanoa correspondence 1949-1955
Carton 14, Folder 29
Camp Swannanoa correspondence 1956-1963
Carton 14, Folder 30
Camp Swannanoa correspondence 1964-1967
Carton 14, Folder 31
Camp Swannanoa correspondence 1968-1972
Carton 14, Folder 32
Camp Swannanoa financial records 1931-1957
Carton 14, Folder 33
Camp Swannanoa financial records 1958
Carton 14, Folder 34
Camp Swannanoa financial records 1959-1968
Carton 14, Folder 35
Whispering Pines Camp brochures and schedules 1954
Carton 14, Folder 36
White Lake Camp administrative file 1938-1942
Carton 14, Folder 37
White Lake Camp brochures and schedules 1939-1949
Carton 14, Folder 38
White Lake Camp correspondence 1932-1947
Carton 14, Folder 39
White Lake Camp financial records undated
Carton 14, Folder 40
Career Education Records 1978-1994
Size: 1.5 linear feet

These records contain material on the various career exploration programs offered by 4-H, and consist of correspondence, reports, brochures, programs, pamphlets, and general writings on the programs themselves, probably done as parts of reports or proposals. The records were transferred from the office of Sharon Runion Rowland. They have been arranged alphabetically.

1 records storage carton

Career Advisory Committee 1983
Carton 15, Folder 1
Career Exploration 1990
Carton 15, Folder 2
Career Exploration -- Correspondence 1978-1986
Carton 15, Folder 3
Career Exploration -- Supporting Materials undated
Carton 15, Folder 4
Career Certification Training 1985
Carton 15, Folder 5
Career Exploration -- Projects 1983-1985
Carton 15, Folder 6
Career Smarts -- Correspondence 1987-1990
Carton 15, Folder 7
Career Smarts -- Supporting Materials 1987, undated
Carton 15, Folder 8
Citizenship in Action -- Correspondence 1977-1985, undated
Carton 15, Folder 9
Citizenship in Action -- Supporting Materials 1978-1985, undated
Carton 15, Folder 10
Community Service 1984-1989, undated
Carton 15, Folder 11
Computer Projects 1984-1990
Carton 15, Folder 12
Correspondence -- General 1979-1994
Carton 15, Folder 13
Crafts Project -- Correspondence 1986-1988
Carton 15, Folder 14
Cumulative Records 1988-1991, undated
Carton 15, Folder 15
Focus on the Future -- Correspondence 1987-1989
Carton 15, Folder 16
Focus on the Future -- Supporting Materials 1990-1994, undated
Carton 15, Folder 17
"Talking with TJ" 1994
Carton 15, Folder 18
TRY Retreat 1987-1988
Carton 15, Folder 19
Honor Club Records 1931-1992
Size: 3 linear feet

These records contain materials relating to the function and activities of the 4-H Honor Club, established by L. R. Harrill in 1931. The files have been divided into two subseries: General Records and Financial Records. The folders in both subseries have been arranged alphabetically.

2 records storage cartons

General Records 1931-1990

This subseries contains correspondence; lists of members, inductees, and board personnel; certificates; programs and brochures; meeting minutes and notes; and other writings and materials concerning the general function of the Honor Club. These files are contained in Carton 16. In addition, there are eight files of restricted material, located in Carton 18.

Adult Leader Recognition 1971-1974
Carton 16, Folder 1
Board of Directors 1980-1990
Carton 16, Folder 2
Certificates 1936-1976, undated
Carton 16, Folder 3
Clippings 1967-1968, undated
Carton 16, Folder 4
Conference Programs 1974-1986
Carton 16, Folder 5
Conference Registration 1970-1971
Carton 16, Folder 6
Conference Schedules 1960-1979
Carton 16, Folder 7
Constitution and By-Laws 1971-1978, undated
Carton 16, Folder 8
Correspondence -- Address Changes 1969-1972
Carton 16, Folder 9
Correspondence -- Adult Leader Recognition 1970-1973
Carton 16, Folder 10
Correspondence -- General 1931-1958
Carton 16, Folder 11
Correspondence -- General 1960
Carton 16, Folder 12
Correspondence -- General 1961
Carton 16, Folder 13
Correspondence -- General 1962
Carton 16, Folder 14
Correspondence -- General 1963
Carton 16, Folder 15
Correspondence -- General 1964
Carton 16, Folder 17
Correspondence -- General 1965
Carton 16, Folder 18
Correspondence -- General 1966
Carton 16, Folder 19
Correspondence -- General 1967
Carton 16, Folder 20
Correspondence -- General 1968
Carton 16, Folder 21
Correspondence -- General 1969
Carton 16, Folder 22
Correspondence -- General 1970
Carton 16, Folder 23
Correspondence -- General 1971
Carton 16, Folder 24
Correspondence -- General 1972
Carton 16, Folder 25
Correspondence -- General 1973
Carton 16, Folder 26
Correspondence -- General 1974-1984
Carton 16, Folder 27
Correspondence -- Honor Club Conference 1973
Carton 16, Folder 28
Correspondence -- Honor Club Pins 1948-1963
Carton 16, Folder 29
Correspondence -- Honor Club Reception 1971-1975
Carton 16, Folder 30
Correspondence -- Inductees by County 1980-1981
Carton 16, Folder 31
Correspondence -- Screening Committee 1971-1972
Carton 16, Folder 32
Correspondence -- State 4-H Council 1974-1975
Carton 16, Folder 33
District Newsletters 1974
Carton 16, Folder 34
General Information -- Honor Club 1971-1981, undated
Carton 16, Folder 35
Golden Anniversary 1980-1981
Carton 16, Folder 36
Heartline 1967-1986
Carton 16, Folder 37
Historian's Handbook 1974-1979
Carton 16, Folder 38
L. R. Harrill Resolution 1981
Carton 16, Folder 39
Lists -- Club Applicants 1971-1978
Carton 16, Folder 40
Lists -- Nominees 1964-1979
Carton 16, Folder 41
Meeting Minutes 1968-1979
Carton 16, Folder 42
Meeting Minutes 1980-1990
Carton 16, Folder 43
Meeting Notes 1990
Carton 16, Folder 44
Member Lists -- Attendance at Conference undated
Carton 16, Folder 45
Member Lists -- By County 1968
Carton 16, Folder 46
Member Lists -- By Year 1950-1990
Carton 16, Folder 47
Member Lists -- Dues Paid undated
Carton 16, Folder 48
Nominating Committee 1977
Carton 16, Folder 49
Officers and Board Members Lists 1966-1975
Carton 16, Folder 50
Orientation and Initiation Committee 1966
Carton 16, Folder 51
Scholarships 1964-1969
Carton 16, Folder 52
Screening Committee 1968-1978
Carton 16, Folder 53
Study Committee on 4-H Historical Display 1975-1976
Carton 16, Folder 54
Honor Club - Applications, North Central District [RESTRICTED] 1973
Box 18, Folder 1
Honor Club - Applications, Northeast District [RESTRICTED] 1973
Box 18, Folder 2
Honor Club - Applications, Northwest District [RESTRICTED] 1973
Box 18, Folder 3
Honor Club - Applications, South Central District [RESTRICTED] 1973
Box 18, Folder 4
Honor Club - Applications, Southeast District [RESTRICTED] 1973
Box 18, Folder 5
Honor Club - Applications, Southwest District [RESTRICTED] 1973
Box 18, Folder 6
Honor Club - Applications, Western District [RESTRICTED] 1973
Box 18, Folder 7
Financial Records 1950-1992

This subseries consists mainly of the annual Honor Club Treasurer's Books, running from 1970 to 1979, and 1987 to 1992. These files contain general financial data on the club's activities for individual fiscal years, as well as financial statements, ledgers, dues information, and correspondence. The remaining folders in this subseries contain similar records that were not included in various Treasurer's Books. These files can be found in Carton 17.

Auditing Committee 1976-1989
Carton 17, Folder 1
Bank Balance Sheets 1963-1973
Carton 17, Folder 2
Correspondence -- Treasurer's 1980-1987
Carton 17, Folder 3
Correspondence -- Treasurer's 1990
Carton 17, Folder 4
Dues Lists 1964-1970
Carton 17, Folder 5
Financial Records, General 1990
Carton 17, Folder 6
Financial Reports 1978-1990
Carton 17, Folder 7
Invoices and Receipts 1961-1969
Carton 17, Folder 8
Treasurer's Book 1970-1971
Carton 17, Folder 9
Treasurer's Book 1971-1972
Carton 17, Folder 10
Treasurer's Book 1972-1973
Carton 17, Folder 11
Treasurer's Book 1973-1974
Carton 17, Folder 12
Treasurer's Book 1974-1975
Carton 17, Folder 13
Treasurer's Book 1975-1976
Carton 17, Folder 14
Treasurer's Book (two years combined) 1976-1978
Carton 17, Folder 15
Treasurer's Book 1978-1979
Carton 17, Folder 16
Treasurer's Book 1987-1988
Carton 17, Folder 17
Treasurer's Book 1988-1989
Carton 17, Folder 18
Treasurer's Book 1989-1990
Carton 17, Folder 19
Treasurer's Book, folder one 1990-1991
Carton 17, Folder 20
Treasurer's Book, folder two 1990-1991
Carton 17, Folder 21
Treasurer's Book 1991-1992
Carton 17, Folder 22
Treasurer's Reports 1950-1964
Carton 17, Folder 23
Scrapbooks 1939-1997
Size: 24 linear feet

This series contains scrapbooks documenting a variety of 4-H programs. Most of the scrapbooks are annual histories of statewide 4-H projects and actitivies. A few scrapbooks are on particular events, such as the State 4-H Short Course (now called the State 4-H Congress) and also various district scrapbooks. Researchers should note that there are substantial chronological gaps in this series.

24 oversize boxes

North Carolina Young Men's and Women's Club History 1957-1958
Carton 19
North Carolina Young Men's and Women's Club History 1959-1960
Carton 19
North Carolina Young Men's and Women's Club History 1960-1961
Carton 19
North Carolina Young Men's and Women's Club History 1961-1962
Carton 19
History of the Older Youth Program, [1929-1939] 1939
Carton 19
History of the Older Youth Program 1939-1940
Carton 19
Older Youth Conference of North Carolina, History 1940-1941
Carton 19
"Memories of 4-H, North Carolina," [1909-1975] 1975
Carton 19
4-H Development Fund 1959
Carton 19
State 4-H Club History, North Carolina 1963-1964
Carton 20
North Carolina 1974-1975
Carton 20
North Central District of North Carolina 1982-1983
Carton 20
Northwestern District of North Carolina 1963-1964
Carton 20
Northwestern District of North Carolina 1964-1965
Carton 20
North Carolina 1942-1950
Flat box 21, Folder 1
North Carolina 1952-1953
Flat box 22, Folder 1
North Carolina 4-H Club Week 1955
Flat box 22, Folder 2
North Carolina 4-H Club Week 1957
Flat box 22, Folder 3
North Carolina, Golden Anniversary 1959
Flat box 23, Folder 1
North Carolina 1993
Flat box 23, Folder 2
North Carolina 1975-1976
Flat box 24, Folder 1
North Carolina 1979-1980
Flat box 25, Folder 1
North Carolina 1981-1982
Oversize box 26, Folder 1
North Carolina 1982-1983
Oversize flat box 27, Folder 1
North Carolina 1983-1984
Flat box 28, Folder 1
North Carolina 1984-1985
Flat box 29, Folder 1
North Carolina 1984-1985
Flat box 30, Folder 1
North Carolina 1987-1988
Flat box 31, Folder 1
North Carolina 1988-1989
Oversize flat box 32, Folder 1
North Carolina 1989-1990
Oversize flat box 33, Folder 1
North Carolina 1990-1991
Oversize box 34, Folder 1
North Carolina 1993-1994
Oversize flat box 35, Folder 1
North Carolina State 4-H Council 1994-1995
Oversize flat box 36, Folder 1
North Carolina 1996-1997
Oversize flat box 37, Folder 1
North Carolina State Project, Partners in Prevention 1980-1981
Oversize box 38, Folder 1
North Carolina 4-H Club Week, July 19-24 1954
Flat box 39, Folder 1
North Carolina 1995-1996
Flat box 39, Folder 2
State 4-H Short Course 1939
Flat box 40, Folder 1
[Pittsboro, Chatham County, North Carolina, 1939-1941] 1941
Flat box 40, Folder 2
Northeastern District, North Carolina 1982-1983
Flat box 41, Folder 1
Western District, North Carolina ("Mountain Memories") 1982-1983
Flat box 41, Folder 2
North Carolina State 4-H Club Week, July 25-30 1960
Flat box 42, Folder 1
Southwestern District History 1964-1965

18.75 x 13.75 x 3.5

Flat box 42, Folder 2
National 4-H Club Pledge undated

Contains hand printed sheet music by Frederick Stanley Smith. Dedicated to L. R. Harrill and the 4-H Clubs of North Carolina.

Flat box 42, Folder 3
Unprocessed ca. 1928-2009
Size: 19.75 linear feet

1 legal box, 1 oversize box, 13 cartons

Materials are arranged in the order received.

4-H Camp poster 1984
Oversize box 21, Folder 2
4-H posters ca. 1950
Oversize box 21, Folder 2
Unprocessed materials, likely Honor Club records 1946-1975
Legal box 43, Folder 1
Mounted image of boy with calf, captioned, "He's in the calf club, freckles and all; why not enroll your boy for 1928?" ca. 1928
Legal box 43, Folder 2
4-H Club Charter forms undated
Legal box 43, Folder 2
Proclamation by Thad Eure, Secretary of State of North Carolina recognizing 4-H week 1963
Legal box 43, Folder 2
Autographed copy of Blot the Spot book by Mary C. Martin 1992
Legal box 43, Folder 3
Sample of the"Learn to Sew" fabric designed and copyrighted by Mary C. Martin, along with brochures about Precision Stitch Tutor undated
Legal box 43, Folder 4
Chinqua-Penn Plantation 4-H Camp circa 1965

1 drawing

Oversize box 21, Folder 3
4-H poster circa 1950
Oversize box 34, Folder 2
North Carolina 4-H Camps and Conference Centers brochure circa 2009
Legal box 43
"We Are 4-H" North Carolina Centennial Celebration promotional packet 2009
Legal box 43
We Are 4-H 100: Yesterday, Today, Tommorrow - Digital Exhibit Procedures and Guidelines 2009
Legal box 43
Jones and Salters Lake architectural drawings and maps 1937
Elizabethtown (N.C.)
Flat folder 2
North Carolina State College Recreation Laboratory Training Facility maps 1955
Vance County (N.C.)
Flat folder 5
4-H clip art Circa 1965
Legal box 43
Camp files for Penn
Carton 44
New camp sites
Carton 44
Maps of NC
Carton 44
IRS 501-C-3 letter
Carton 44
Eastern center
Carton 45
Capital improvements needs (camps) 1989
Carton 45
Camp Cherith - Millstone March 1992
Carton 45
Aggregate camps budgets 1994-1998
Carton 45
Aggregate camp financially including home based companies 1996-2003
Carton 45
Mitchell archives and images plus grants
Carton 46
Fitch and Odum files for Mitchell
Carton 46
Sertoma historical including Moore Springs, Sauratown trials asssociation and camp challenge
Carton 47
Vade museum
Carton 47
Swannanoa historical and staff training
Carton 48
Camping research publications
Carton 48
Camp road bids
Carton 48
Dan Griffith and Sammy Cox files
Carton 48
Confidential staff files for eastern center 2003
Carton 48
Greg Hall file (reimbursement)
Carton 48
Clyde Jefferson File (work at various camps)
Carton 48
Anita-Alta, print and images
Carton 49
Robinson property
Carton 49
Brown branch stream restoration
Carton 49
Broyhill foundation grant
Carton 49
Anita-Alta historical including deed
Carton 50
Camping subject matter, projects and lesson plans
Carton 50
Camping curriculum including crafts and music
Carton 51
Camp maintenance and marketing
Carton 52
Capital improvements across system
Carton 52
Camp data including radical and audit reports 2006
Carton 52
Camp curriculum design for ropes course, nature study (outdoor living skills)
Carton 52
Rock climbing and rappelling
Carton 52
Easter Seals camping network 1989-1995
Carton 53
Curricula in recreation,riflery,orienteering
Carton 53
File of camping facilities (in and out of NC)
Carton 53
Camp fire ceremonies
Carton 53
Day camps laws
Carton 53
Handicapped Camping
Carton 53
Primitive camping
Carton 53
Millstone camp narrative 1966
Carton 53
Ropes course manual
Carton 53
Archery
Carton 53
Camp marketing materials 1977
Carton 53
Sertoma developments 1998-2004
Carton 53
Sertoma road bid and use agreements
Carton 53
Morgan school and Patterson refuge
Carton 53
Various Sertoma files
Carton 53
Milestone file (history)
Carton 53
Swannanoa project manual
Carton 53
Perspectives (2 copies featuring camping)
Carton 54
Sertoma engineering plans September 30,2004
Carton 54
Replacement cabin plans, Sertoma
Carton 54
Sertoma wastewater plans 2003
Carton 54
Carolina Country camp ad
Carton 54
Penn brochure
Carton 54
Carolina Youth camp publicity
Carton 54
Camps staff training manual 2000
Carton 54
Pen Sketch of Millstone diing hall by H.Liner
Carton 54
Schaub receipt book
Carton 54
Swannanoa audit report 1996
Carton 54
Child care food records (3) 1987-1989
Carton 54
Marketing tabloids and brochures for camps
Carton 54
Sertoma DENR-OSWS permit application 2004
Carton 54
Sertoma wastewater project manual 2004
Carton 54
Project manual for Sertoma 1997
Carton 54
Floyd Manual for Sertoma water wall 2000
Carton 54
Floyd manual for Sertoma water systems improvements (enclosures) 2000
Carton 54
Sertoma water system upgrade memorandum 2003
Carton 54
Camping

33 video tapes

Copies of this videotape must be made prior to patron viewing.

Carton 55
Fun (2 versions)

5 videotapes

Copies of this videotape must be made prior to patron viewing.

Carton 55
Hispanic, education and child abuse

3 videotapes

Copies of this videotape must be made prior to patron viewing

Carton 55
Shelton leadership challenge topic: "Be the One"

1 videotape

Copies of this videotape must be made prior to patron viewing.

Carton 55
Youth development conference September 7, 2000

2 videotapes

Copies of this videotape must be made prior to patron viewing.

Carton 55
Meeting September 30,1994

1 videotape

Copies of this videotape must be made prior to patron viewing.

Carton 55
Nature/wildlife

4 videotapes

Copies of this videotape must be made prior to patron viewing.

Carton 55
Camping

11 videotapes

Copies of this videotape must be made prior to patron viewing.

Carton 56
Parks and rec

2 videotape

Copies of this videotape must be made prior to patron viewing.

Carton 56
Tangent sports

2 videotape

Copies of this videotape must be made prior to patron viewing.

Carton 56
"4-H serves the community"

1 videotape

Copies of this videotape must be made prior to patron viewing.

Carton 56
Camp hurricane damage

4 videotape

Copies of this videotape must be made prior to patron viewing.

Carton 56
Onslow county camp (fire buster) 1989

1 videotape

Copies of this videotape must be made prior to patron viewing.

Carton 56
Congress winning presentation 1990

1 videotape

Copies of this videotape must be made prior to patron viewing.

Carton 56
Training "Dealing with special-needs youth"

2 videotapes

Copies of this videotape must be made prior to patron viewing.

Carton 56
Jim Conway about early adolescent development programming 1993

1 videotape

Copies of this videotape must be made prior to patron viewing.

Carton 56
Framed 4-H certificates

4 certificates.

Carton 56
Audio/Visual Materials ca. 1940-1991, undated
Size: 1.5 linear feet
"4-H Forestry Field Day, Wilson County 4-H Clubs" undated

16mm film reel

Carton XX
North Carolina 4-H Logo Animation undated

16mm film reel

Carton XX
[4-H Wildlife Conservation] Conference; Swannonoa [194?]

16mm film reel

Carton XX
4-H Wildlife [Conservation Conference] [194?]

16mm film reel

Carton XX
4-H Wildlife [Conservation Conference]; Catawba [194?]

16mm film reel

Carton XX
"Rural America Review: 4-H ambassadors attend 26th National 4-H Club Camp" 1956

16mm film reel

Carton XX
Camp Scenes; archery, swimming, diving, horses; [4-H] [197?]

16mm film reel

Carton XX
Greensboro Summer Program; "Mothers and Babies"; 4-H Perspective [197?]

16mm film reel

Carton XX
"Planning at the 4-H Club Level with Marilyn Bergum" 8 May 1986

VHS

Carton XX
1991 National 4-H Congress in Chicago Illinois 1991

VHS

Carton XX

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