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Collection Number: 34
Collection Name: Early Extension Service Miscellaneous Materials
Earliest Date: 1916
Latest Date: 1980
Linear Feet: 4.5
Collection Description: Early Extension Service Miscellaneous Materials contain reference materials from the early U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) extension services including publications, glass slides, photographs, and film.
Historical or Biographical Sketch: Materials were gathered by Helen Strow (1904-1999) and Beatrice Judkins (d. 2003), who were employed by the USDA Extension Service.
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Formats: Audiovisuals; Photographs
Digitization Status: None

Collection Number: 487
Collection Name: Eastern Cooperatives, Inc. Collection
Earliest Date: 1951
Latest Date: 1953
Linear Feet: 0.25
Collection Description: The Eastern Cooperatives, Inc. (ECI) Collection consists mostly of newspaper articles written by Shirley Cochran including her column "Take it Easy" which appeared in "The Cooperator." Recipes, presentations, newsletters, photographs, and correspondence are part of the collection as well.
Historical or Biographical Sketch: Shirley Cochran (1929- ) was a nutritionist and the head of the ECI testing kitchen from 1951 to 1953. "The Cooperator" was the monthly newspaper for the ECI which was a wholesale association in New Jersey. The collection was donated by Anne Cochran, Shirley's daughter, in 2018.
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Subjects: Agricultural History; Human Nutrition
Formats: Photographs
Digitization Status: None

Collection Number: 429
Collection Name: Economic Research Service Foreign Agricultural Files Collection
Earliest Date: 1946
Latest Date: 2009
Bulk Dates: 1963-1992
Linear Feet: 14
Collection Description: The Economic Research Service Foreign Agricultural Files include: Japan Agricultural Polices and Trade (1963-2009); Japan commodities (1960-1990); Japan, Agriculture and Food Sector (1964-1992); Files on South Korean Agriculture (1946-1992); and Japan agricultural input files (1970-1990).
Formats: Reprints
Digitization Status: None

Collection Number: 421
Collection Name: Economic Research Service Historic Farm Production Records
Earliest Date: 1935
Latest Date: 1985
Bulk Dates: 1935-1985
Linear Feet: 53
Collection Description: The Economic Research Service Historic Farm Production Expenses Records were generated by staff in the Farm Income Sections and Projects, Bureau of Agricultural Economics. The records include correspondence, memoranda, research notes, surveys, descriptions of procedures, and documentation of estimates. There are a number of ledgers documenting expenditures, by state, for dairy supplies, seed, grazing fees, insurance, real estate, fertilizer, hired labor, board and lodgings, repairs and operation of farm capitol items.
Digitization Status: None

Collection Number: 377
Collection Name: Eduoard Horace Siegler Entomology Lantern Slides
Earliest Date: 1915
Latest Date: 1931
Linear Feet: 2
Collection Description: The Eduoard Horace Siegler Entomology Lantern Slides are a collection of slides that may have been used by travelling extension agents for instructional sessions. The title of one set of slides is "How Insects Attack Garden Vegetables and Methods of Control." It was a joint contribution of the Bureau of Entomology and Extension Service, United States Department of Agriculture, cooperating with the State Agricultural Colleges in extension work in agriculture and home economics. Some insects described include the colorado potato beetle, cabbage worm, asparagus beetle, the striped cucumber beetle, Mexican bean beetle, potato flea beetle, and squash-vine borer. There are also images of equipment used to spray insects. Another set of slides are related to the "Effect of Bentonite and of Hydrated Lime on the Toxicity of Phenothiazine to Codling Moth Larvae." Slides are undated but subjects correspond to the work of Siegler during 1915 to 1931.
Historical or Biographical Sketch: Eduoard Horace Siegler (b. 1888), USDA Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine, researched insecticides, equipment, and methods of controlling orchard insect pests. He also investigated the codling moth in Colorado. In 1917, he was in charge of the Connecticut at Wallingford field station for the study of deciduous fruit insects.
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Formats: Photographs
Digitization Status: None

Collection Number: 461
Collection Name: Edward B. Knipling Memorabilia
Collection Description: The Edward B. Knipling Memorabilia collection consists of objects collected by or awarded to Dr. Knipling during his career with the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, chiefly during the years that he served as Administrator of ARS. Objects include plaques, plates, books, medallions, and other items. Most of the items were displayed at one time in Dr. Knipling’s office in the USDA's Jamie L. Whitten Building in Washington, D.C. Additional items include two batons of authority presented to him while on a trip to Hawaii.
Historical or Biographical Sketch: Edward B. Knipling served as Administrator of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service (ARS) from 2004 until his retirement in 2013. His USDA career spanned 46 years. He earned his B.S. in forestry from Virginia Tech University in 1961, followed by his M.S. and Ph.D. in plant physiology from Duke University in 1963 and 1966, respectively. He served in the U.S. Army from 1966 to 1968, conducting research on remote sensing of the environment. Dr. Knipling began his career with the ARS in 1968 as a research plant physiologist in Gainesville, Florida. He served as Area Director for ARS in Stoneville, Mississippi from 1975 to 1978, then in Fresno, California from 1978 to 1982. He then rose to Associate Deputy Administrator of the National Program Staff at ARS in Beltsville, Maryland. In 1988, he became Director of the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center and served as Deputy Administrator of the National Program Staff until 1996. He was appointed Associate Administrator of ARS in 1997. He became Acting Administrator of ARS in 2001 before taking over as Administrator in 2004.
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Formats: Agricultural Art and Memorabilia

Collection Number: 418
Collection Name: Edward Everett Terrell Papers
Earliest Date: 1920
Latest Date: 2010
Linear Feet: 8
Collection Description: The Edward Everett Terrell Papers mainly consist of photographs, micrographs, negatives, and illustrations of the plant specimens featured in Dr. Terrell’s research and publications. There are also plant species distribution maps, journal article reprints, and personal files and correspondence relating to publications, reviews, and specimen collections.
Historical or Biographical Sketch: Edward Everett Terrell (1923-2011) was a taxonomic botanist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, for 25 years. He was also a researcher and collaborator with the Department of Botany, Smithsonian Institution, and the Department of Plant Biology, University of Maryland. Dr. Terrell published many articles and books, including Checklist of Names for 3,000 Vascular Plants of Economic Importance (1977), Revision of Houstonia (Rubiaceae-Hedyotideae) (1996), and Annotated List of the Flora of the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center (2000).
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Formats: Photographs; Reprints
Digitization Status: None

Collection Number: 210
Collection Name: Edward Fred Knipling Papers: Screwworm Eradication Program Records
Collection Group: Screwworm Eradication Program Records
Earliest Date: 1906
Latest Date: 2003
Bulk Dates: 1930-1990
Linear Feet: 59
Collection Description: The Edward Fred Knipling Papers are part of the larger Screwworm Eradication Program Records. This collection covers all of the areas of entomology researched by Knipling during his career with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), including his early research on the screwworm and the eradication efforts in Curacao, Netherlands Antilles, and the Southeast United States in the 1950s. His research included parasite control methods and work on the boll weevil, fruit fly, tsetse fly, European corn borer, and various species of ticks and moths. In addition, the collection reflects Knipling’s continued activity in entomology after his 1973 retirement from the USDA. Materials included are correspondence, publications, manuscripts, reports, photographs, research data, notes, speeches, awards, artifacts, and biographical data.
Historical or Biographical Sketch: Edward Fred Knipling (1909-2000) was a world-famous entomologist and theorist. His contributions featured the parasitoid augmentation technique, insect control methods involving the medication of the hosts, and various models of total insect population management. He was best known, however, for the sterile insect technique (SIT), which was employed in screwworm eradication efforts in Curacao, Netherlands Antilles, Florida, Texas, Mexico, and parts of Central America. Knipling studied entomology at the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas (now Texas A&M University) and Iowa State College (now University), and worked for the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) from 1930-1973; Knipling continued to serve as a collaborator with the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) at the USDA and remained active in the field of entomology until 2000.
Processed: Yes, view the finding aid online.
Formats: Agricultural Art and Memorabilia; Photographs
Digitization Status: Portion of collection digitized

Collection Number: 481
Collection Name: Edward H.and Janet R. Smith Collection on Charles V. Riley
Earliest Date: 1850
Latest Date: 2007
Linear Feet: 22
Collection Description: The Edward H. and Janet R. Smith Collection on Charles V. Riley consists of Charles V. Riley biographical information, correspondence (original and photocopied) with an index, and original diaries as well as authors' notes, draft chapters, publications, articles (mostly photocopied), and books used to write the upcoming biography authored by Edward H. and Janet R. Smith.
Historical or Biographical Sketch: Edward H. Smith was chair of the Department of Entomology, Cornell University. He and Janet, his wife, wrote a biography on Charles V. Riley which is due to release in spring of 2019.
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Subjects: Entomology
Formats: Maps; Photographs
Digitization Status: None

Collection Number: 147
Collection Name: Edward John Russell Manuscript
Earliest Date: 1927
Latest Date: 1927
Linear Feet: 0.25
Collection Description: The Edward John Russell Manuscript, titled "Field Experiments at Rothamsted," was given to the Graduate School of the U.S. Department of Agriculture by Sir John Russell. It was proposed for publication, along with many black and white photographs, as a Bureau of Chemistry and Soils Bulletin in 1928; however, it was never published.
Historical or Biographical Sketch: Edward John Russell was Director of Rothamsted Experimental Station in Harpenden, England in 1927.
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Formats: Photographs

Collection Number: 52
Collection Name: Edwin Dun Manuscript
Earliest Date: 1919
Latest Date: 1919
Linear Feet: 0.25
Collection Description: The Edwin Dun Manuscript [ca. 1919] (136 pages) is titled "Reminiscences of Nearly Half a Century in Japan." Dun wrote about life on the farm in central Ohio, where he grew up, and the events that led to his journey to Japan. He described his life in Japan, the people he met, historic events, and natural disasters.
Historical or Biographical Sketch: Edwin Dun (1848-1931) went to Japan in the 1870s as an agricultural expert, whose chief knowledge was in the area of raising sheep and cattle, and served as U.S. minister to Japan.
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Text Available in NALDR: http://archive.org/details/CAT10899295DunReminisce...
Digitization Status: Entire collection digitized

Collection Number: 230
Collection Name: Edwin Mead Wilcox Manuscript
Earliest Date: 1920
Latest Date: 1920
Linear Feet: 1
Collection Description: The Edwin Mead Wilcox Manuscript is a typed manuscript and notes for "Diseases of Vegetable Crops and Ornamentals in the United States" (published in 1928).
Historical or Biographical Sketch: Edwin Mead Wilcox (1876-1931) was a botanist and university professor. He received degrees from the University of Ohio (B.S. and M.S.) and Harvard University (Ph.D.). From 1901-1902, he was a professor of botany and entomology at Oklahoma A&M College (now Oklahoma State University). Wilcox conducted research for the Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station located at Oklahoma A&M. During the 1900s and 1910s, Wilcox also conducted research at the experiment stations at the Alabama Polytechnic Institute (now Auburn University) and the University of Nebraska. His research focused on crop diseases.
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Digitization Status: None

Collection Number: 70
Collection Name: Eldon C. Beagle Papers
Earliest Date: 1939
Latest Date: 1983
Bulk Dates: 1960's - early1980's
Linear Feet: 56.25
Collection Description: The Eldon C. Beagle Papers are composed of correspondence; government and United Nations publications; bibliographies on rice hull and furfural research, articles, studies, research papers and personal journals. Some records relate to international projects in the Philippines, India, Egypt, Thailand, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Australia, and Japan.
Historical or Biographical Sketch: Eldon Beagle (b. 1923) was a consultant to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the Food and Agricultural Industries Service, the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United States/United Nations, the UN Industrial Development Organization, and the U.S. Agency for International Development from 1970-1982. Beagle’s agricultural expertise centered on rice and rice hulls (with a few references to straw and almonds); post-harvest processing, milling, and utilization; marketing-distribution of agricultural by-products; biomass energy; and conversion technologies, processes and equipment.
Processed: Yes, view the finding aid online.
Digitization Status: None

Collection Number: 78
Collection Name: Elijah Hinman Account Book
Earliest Date: 1769
Latest Date: 1812
Linear Feet: 0.25
Collection Description: The Elijah Hinman Account Book is a handwritten, 124 page account book containing entries on many agricultural activities including farm animals, flax, indigo, ginger, labor, lumber, molasses, nails, plows, plowing, prices (received and paid), salt, and wine.
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Digitization Status: None

Collection Number: 45
Collection Name: Eloise Cram Papers
Earliest Date: 1853
Latest Date: 1991
Linear Feet: 4.5
Collection Description: The Eloise Cram Papers contain correspondence, photographs, scientific articles, and various ephemera relating to the professional lives and work of several scientists employed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI) and by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The scientists included are Eloise B. Cram, Maurice C. Hall, Brayton H. Ransom, Charles W. Stiles, Albert Hassall, and Daniel E. Salmon.
Historical or Biographical Sketch: Parasitologist Eloise Cram (1897-1957) entered government service as a zoologist for the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI), where she became noted as a world authority on the parasites of poultry, and eventually rose to be Head, Parasites of Poultry and Game Birds, USDA. When she took a position at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), she contributed to the study of pinworm and researched the curbing of the helminthic disease Schistosomiasis.
Processed: Yes, view the finding aid online.
Formats: Agricultural Art and Memorabilia; Photographs
Digitization Status: None

Collection Number: 56
Collection Name: Elsie Carper Collection on Extension Service, Home Economics, and 4-H
Earliest Date: 1908
Latest Date: 1990
Linear Feet: 8.75
Collection Description: The Elsie Carper Collection on Extension Service, Home Economics, and 4-H contains materials relating to early extension work, largely saved by Extension specialists and program leaders over Carper's many years of employment as a clerk at the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). Subject areas include Cooperative Extension history, early history of Extension home economics, Extension Homemaker's Organization, early history of the National Association of Extension Home Economists, and 4-H materials.
Historical or Biographical Sketch: The National Association of Extension Home Economists (NAEHE) began in 1934 as the Home Demonstration Agents’ National Association. The mission of this organization was "to promote the interest of home demonstration work." NAEHE also had a goal of helping to improve the skills of its members in the areas of home economics and adult education. In 1965, members of the National Negro Home Demonstration Agents Association (NNHDAA) merged into the NAEHE. The NNHDAA had been founded seven years earlier, and specifically focused on home economics in the African-American community. In 1995, the NAEHE once again changed its name, this time to the National Extension Association of Family & Consumer Sciences. This change came about because of the evolutionary shift of the profession to family and consumer science.
Processed: Yes, view the finding aid online.
Formats: Posters; Photographs
Digitization Status: Portion of collection digitized

Collection Number: 30
Collection Name: Emerson Merlyn Brooks Papers
Earliest Date: 1913
Latest Date: 1972
Linear Feet: 17.5
Collection Description: The Emerson Merlyn Brooks Papers contain the original manuscript material, worksheets, photographs, and maps relating to the book The Growth of a Nation; A Pictorial Review of the United States from Colonial Days to the Present, 1956. There are also materials intended for use in a book called Pictorial Agriculture-USA.
Historical or Biographical Sketch: Emerson Merlyn Brooks (1905-1982) was an agricultural statistician who began his U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) career in 1933 with the Bureau of Agricultural Economics (BAE). In 1939 Brooks was transferred to Washington, D.C., to specialize in estimates of the tobacco, peanut, and sugar crops. From 1963-1967, he served as the deputy director of the Field Operations Division. Brooks completed his service with the USDA working with the Statistical Reporting Service (SRS) as a staff officer for career development and foreign programs, from 1967-1972.
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Formats: Maps; Photographs
Digitization Status: None

Collection Number: 74
Collection Name: Entomology Lantern Slide Collection
Earliest Date: 1908
Latest Date: 1939
Linear Feet: 17
Collection Description: Entomology Lantern Slide Collection consists of glass positives of insects, a lantern slide projector, and unknown equipment.
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Formats: Agricultural Art and Memorabilia
Digitization Status: None

Collection Number: 484
Collection Name: Environmental Chemistry Laboratory Collection
Collection Group: Poultry Science Collections
Earliest Date: 1943
Latest Date: 1999
Bulk Dates: 1998-1999
Linear Feet: 1.25
Collection Description: The Environmental Chemistry Laboratory Collection consists of photographs and negatives of poultry science and staff, business notes and correspondence, and approximately 30 samples of feather products such as: fabric (the largest measuring 21.5 x 11.5), fabric swatches (the largest measuring 5 x 6), cardboard, and yarn.
Historical or Biographical Sketch: In 1998, Walter F. Schmidt, Chemist; Rolland M. Waters, Chemist; George Gassner III, Research Biologist; Michael J. Line, Senior Engineer; and Clayton G. Thomas, Process Engineer received a patent for a process for extracting fiber from feathers. Examples of potential products are fibers, paper, insulation, etc. They worked in the Agricultural Research Service, Environmental Chemistry Laboratory in Beltsville, MD.
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Subjects: Animal Science; Physical Sciences; Poultry
Formats: Photographs
Digitization Status: None

Collection Number: 220
Collection Name: Ernest Imle Papers
Earliest Date: 1940
Latest Date: 2000
Bulk Dates: 1940-1980
Linear Feet: 13.5
Collection Description: The Ernest Imle Papers include photographs, reports, and articles about U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) rubber research from the 1940s to the 1970s, primarily at the Regional Rubber Experiment Station. Additionally, there are articles and correspondence on tropical agriculture, including cacao, and publications on lilies.
Historical or Biographical Sketch: Ernest Imle (b. 1910), a plant pathologist, began working for USDA in 1942. He was director of the Regional Rubber Experiment Station in Turrialba, Costa Rica, from 1945-1954, botanist for the Plant Introduction Section from 1955-1957, director of research at the American Cocoa Research Institute from 1957-1971, and assistant director of the International Programs Division of the Agricultural Research Service from 1971-1998. His research interests included improvement and diseases of tropical crops, research and training needs in tropical agriculture, plant introduction, and quarantine and germplasm problems. Imle developed budding techniques for the rapid production of commercial plants with a vigorous rootstock, a high-yielding stem and a blight-resistant crown.
Processed: Yes, view the finding aid online.
Formats: Photographs
Digitization Status: None

Collection Number: 156
Collection Name: Erwin Frink Smith Papers
Earliest Date: 1880
Latest Date: 1930
Linear Feet: 5.5
Collection Description: The Erwin Frink Smith Papers contain Smith's notes, writings, letters, and publications. Notable writings include his first paper on bacteria as a plant pathogen, his first paper on the fungus infestation of soils, material on the Fischer-Smith polemic, the results of his studies on crown gall in plants and its relation to cancer in animals, and his Bibliography of Peach Yellows.
Historical or Biographical Sketch: Chief of Plant Pathology in the Bureau of Plant Industry, U.S. Department of Agriculture, for almost four decades, from 1889-1927, Smith (1854-1927) is recognized as the "father of bacterial plant pathology." The author of more than 240 articles, he was elected president of the Society of Cancer Research in 1924.
Processed: Yes, view the finding aid online.
Digitization Status: Portion of collection digitized

Collection Number: 53
Collection Name: Everett Eugene Edwards Papers
Earliest Date: 1926
Latest Date: 1951
Linear Feet: 9
Collection Description: The Everett Eugene Edwards Papers include his writings, speeches, bibliographies, administrative information related to his position at the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), materials for courses he taught, and historical materials that he may have used for research.
Historical or Biographical Sketch: Everett Eugene Edwards (1900-1952) was an agricultural economist and historian in the U.S. Department of Agriculture Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Division of Statistical and Historical Research from 1927-1952. He was the editor of Agricultural History from 1931-1952. Edwards made notable contributions to agricultural history through his work as an author, editor, bibliographer, and critic.
Processed: Yes, view the finding aid online.
Digitization Status: Portion of collection digitized

Collection Number: 222
Collection Name: Everett Eugene Lund Papers
Collection Group: Poultry Science Collections
Earliest Date: 1930
Latest Date: 1977
Linear Feet: 3.75
Collection Description: The Everett Eugene Lund Papers contain reprints of Lund's publications, notes, correspondence, biographical information on parasitologists, and photographs and slides related to poultry diseases.
Historical or Biographical Sketch: Everett Eugene Lund (1907-2000) received a Ph.D. in zoology at the University of California, Berkeley, in the early 1930s and worked as a biologist of disease research for U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) at the U.S. Rabbit Experiment Station in Fontana, California, in the 1940s. He was as a world expert on the nutrition and diseases of turkeys while working at the USDA Beltsville Research Center, Animal Disease & Parasite Research Division (later to become the Animal Parasitology Institute) in the 1950s and 1960s. He retired from the USDA in 1970.
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Formats: Photographs
Digitization Status: None

Collection Number: 399
Collection Name: Extension Farm Labor Program Collection (United States Crops Corps, Victory Farm Volunteers, and Women's Land Army)
Earliest Date: 1943
Latest Date: 1947
Linear Feet: 1
Collection Description: The Extension Farm Labor Program Collection contains reports of the Information Service in the Cooperative Extension Farm Labor Program during the years 1943-1947. These reports contain recruitment information, sample recruitment materials such as posters and brochures, and farm labor stories from and about various volunteer farm labor groups during the World War II period. The reports are liberally illustrated with photographs. These groups include the Women's Land Army, U.S. Crop Corps, Victory Farm Volunteers and others. The Collection also contains reports on activities in the program made by five division chiefs, specifically: Administration and Organization; Recruitment and Placement; Labor Utilization: Women's Land Army; and: Victory Farm Volunteers.
Historical or Biographical Sketch: The Women's Land Army was developed in 1943 as part of the Emergency Farm Labor Program under USDA and Extension Service. WLA headed by Florence L. Hall, an economist, had previously worked for USDA’s Dairy Bureau and the Extension Service (Carpenter, On the Farm Front) “The WLA effectively recruited, trained, and placed millions of women as labor on national farms.” (Carpenter) WLAA – Women’s Land Army of America, WWI Colleges Vassar, Bryn Mawr, Mt. Holyoke, among others, established programs that sent students to work on farms during school breaks Girls and boys were called upon by the Agricultural Extension Services of the 48 states after Congress passed the first farm labor legislation in April 1943. The Federal Extension Service, in cooperation with other government agencies, had been studying the role youth might play since the fall of 1942 when it became obvious that the labor shortage was the number one obstacle to be hurdled in wartime food production. Some state Extension Services had their plans for a youth program in cooperation with local schools outlined and underway by the time Federal funds were appropriated. The Victory Farm Volunteers were recruited and organized by state and county Extension workers throughout the nation with the help of school people and many others. In 1943, they totaled 700,000 and in 1944, their numbers were increased to 875,000. They were nonfarm youth between 14 and 17 years of age who worked on farms. They added their willing hands and shoulders to 3,500,000 boys and girls the same age who already lived on farms, whose wartime production part in food production was second only to that of their parents. The youth were important for providing our men in uniform with food that came from harvested crops. In Maryland, girls at Camp Mil-Bur picked 183,000 pounds of snapbeans in ten weeks, and worked in lima beans, blackberries, tomatoes, and tobacco. Youth were recruited by by schools, publicity, neighborhood group leaders, and youth-serving agencies. Many schools altered daily and even semester schedules.
Processed:
Formats: Posters
Digitization Status: None


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