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

Filter: 2010-2019
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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 State University. Department of Animal Science
Size: 83.5 linear feet (157 archival boxes, 11 archival halfboxes, 1 flatfolder, 1 archival flatbox and 4 archival slideboxes) Collection ID: UA 100.013
The records of the North Carolina State University Department of Animal Science contain correspondence, newsletters, memoranda, personnel records, brochures and other publications, reports, and grant applications concerning animal husbandry, animal science courses, 4-H, swine evaluation stations, research stations, the North Carolina ... More
North Carolina State University. Department of Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development
Size: 3.5 linear feet (7 boxes.) Collection ID: UA 125.010
Correspondence, reports, and memoranda related to the North Carolina community college system, the Institute of Adult Extension Education, training programs for teachers of adults, North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service work, and 4-H activities. Most of the material dates from the 1970s to early 1980s. The Department of Adult ... More