4 collections related to 4-H clubs -- North Carolina

Filter: North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service
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North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service
Size: 34 linear feet (56 archival boxes, 4 cartons); 18 Megabytes Collection ID: UA 102.002
These records contain annual reports from Cooperative Extension Service programs throughout their history in North Carolina. Also included are plans of work and annual statements of objectives and goals for the coming year for many of the same programs. Although extension and demonstration work in North Carolina had been active since ... More
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North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service
Size: 67.45 linear feet (64 archival storage boxes, 23 cartons, 1 legal-size box, 1 flat folder); 158 megabytes; 1 website Collection ID: UA 102.200
The North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service publications contain a wide variety of published material relating to the activities, aims, functions, and programs of the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service. Through the years, the Service's mission has encompassed agricultural education, agricultural extension work, home ... More
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North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service. Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
Size: 13.5 linear feet (26 archival storage boxes) Collection ID: UA 102.018
The North Carolina State University Department of Family and Consumer Sciences Records contain reports, questionnaires, correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, press releases, bound volumes, manuscripts, awards, tributes, newsletters, minutes, pamphlets, and labels. A large percentage of the records come from the office of ... More
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North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service
Size: 18.75 linear feet (37 archival boxes, 1 archival half box) Collection ID: UA 023.007
The North Carolina Agricultural Extension and Research Services Photograph collection includes photographs and negatives relating to areas of animal husbandry, animal science, the agriculture school, 4-H Youth Development clubs, forest resources, crop and soil science, the extension service, insect management, and farm forestry. ... More