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University of Kentucky. College of Agriculture records, 1901

Part of University of Kentucky. College of Agriculture records

0000ua014 University of Kentucky College of Agriculture records, 1901-1974 0000ua014 University of Kentucky College of Agriculture records Finding aid prepared by Janice Childers University of Kentucky Special Collections Special Collections Margaret I. King Building, North Lexington, KY, 40506-0039 (859) 257-8611 SCLREF@LSV.UKY.EDU 2005 This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit 2014-08-27T10:30-0400 Description is in English. Describing Archives: A Content Standard University of Kentucky. College of Agriculture records 0000ua014 University of Kentucky Special Collections 45.0 Cubic feet 156 boxes 1901-1974 Papers and photographs from the College of Agriculture, 1901-1974. University of Kentucky. College of Agriculture Conditions Governing Access note Collection is open to researchers by appointment. Conditions Governing Use note The intellectual rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections. Preferred Citation note 0000UA014 : [identification of item], University of Kentucky College of Agriculture records, 1901-1974, University of Kentucky Special Collections. Historical note In 1862, President Lincoln signed the Land Grant College Act (the Morrill Act) to foster the founding of a college in each state supported in part by public funds. Three years later, the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky University was formed. Studying agriculture however, was difficult as the subject as an academic discipline had not yet come into being. It wasn't until after the agricultural experiment stations were established and in operation that a sufficient body of knowledge of agriculture would be learned. In 1862m President Patterson hired the first professor of agriculture, William Ashbrook Kellerman as professor of economic botany, agriculture, and horticulture. This was the beginning of the Agricultural Department. However, Kellerman resigned after one year and over the next decade, four different men were to hold the agricultural professorship. In 1885, President Patterson attended a convention to consider the question of experiment stations. Patterson immediately recommended to the Executive Committee that the State College establish an experimental station, to which they agreed and special agent for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Melville Amasa Scovell was hired as director. Scovell quickly set up the station in the basement of the College Building (the present Scovell Hall) and began publishing bulletins reporting the results of their experiments for farmers. In 1890, the first Agricultural Experiment Station Building was completed (now Ezra Gillis Building). With the name change of the State College to "State University, Lexington, Kentucky" in 1908, six divisions were formed including the College of Agriculture. Two years later the College of Agriculture and the Experiment Station merge under the leadership of M.A. Scovell. As the two continue to grow and new research activities are conducted, leadership changes occur with the new Dean and Director J.H. Kastle in 1912, then Thomas Poe Cooper in 1918. In 1923, Robinson Forest is given to the University of Kentucky (name officially changed in 1916) by E.O. Robinson Mountain Fund. A year later the Robinson Substation is founded as a branch of the Agricultural Experimental Station. In 1955, the Eden Shale Farm is given to the College of Agriculture by the people of the area to further research. In the next three years, three more farms are purchased by the College of Agriculture; South Farm, Coldstream Farm, and Maine Chance Farm. Scope and Contents note The College of Agriculture records are comprised of both paper and photographic materials dating from 1901 through 1974. The paper materials were created by individuals associated with Agricultural Extension at the University of Kentucky as well as agriculture throughout the state. Correspondence, reports, public papers, soil studies, and personal papers were created by University of Kentucky professors, employees of the Experiment Station, and state employees. Other topics include home economics, ESAR, soil study, Experiment Station, and tobacco materials. The photographic portion of the collection is comprised of lantern slides, negatives, glass negatives, transparencies, and prints. Subjects include Tennessee Valley Authority, crops, livestock, farm operations, farm structures, advertisements, 4-H, Agriculture Train, the Kentucky State Fair, and home economics. Arrangement note The College of Agriculture records are arranged in nine series by subject and format Series I. Administration subseries i. William Darney Valleau subseries ii. Frank Borries, Jr. subseries iii. Dana G. Card subseries iv. Earl Robert Young subseries v. T.R. Bryant subseries vi. E.J. Nesius subseries vii. Bob Ford subseries viii. Joe Williams subseries ix. J. Allan Smith Series II. Soil Study Series III. Agriculture Extension Series IV. Correspondence Series V. Miscellaneous Series VI. ESAR Series VII. Experiment Station Series VIII. Tobacco Materials Series IX. Photographic Materials subseries i. Lantern Slides subseries ii. Glass Negatives subseries iii. Film Negatives subseries iv. Transparencies subseries v. Prints University of Kentucky. Agriculture--Kentucky. Fairs--Kentucky. Home Economics -- Kentucky. Lexington (Ky.) Livestock--Kentucky. Tennessee Valley Authority -- Kentucky. Tobacco--Kentucky. Administration Series I. 1905 - 1974 Scope and Contents note The Administration series consists of various papers divided into 8 subseries. A description of each subseries follows. William Darney Valleau i 1905 - 1956 Scope and Contents note The William Darney Valleau subseries consists of personal papers in connection with the school of Agriculture. Papers include correspondence, reports, lists, and contracts with various tobacco companies. William D. Valleau was Distinguished Professor of Plant Pathology for the College of Agriculture. Bacterium Pruni of Peaches 1 1 Correspondence - General 1 2 1919-1935 Correspondence - Valleau 1 3 1939-1948 Agriculture - Agronomy 1 4 1940-1944; 1957 Correspondence found in Publications 1 5 Correspondence 1 6 1949-1965 American Tobacco Company 1 7 1944-1953 Black, L.M. re: club root 1 8 1945-1947 Tobacco By-Products Company 1 9 1944-1946 Aromatic Tobacco 1 10 1943-1946 Blue Mold 1 11 1936 - 1959 Valleau, W.D. - Blue Mold 2 1--2 1938, 1944-1945, 1960-1961 Blue Mold Eradication 2 3 1944 - 1954 Low Nicotine Tobacco 2 4 1945 - 1959 Frank Borries, Jr. ii 1960 - 1965 Scope and Contents note The Frank Borries, Jr. subseries consists of personal and public papers in connection with the school of Agriculture. Papers include news articles, lists of courses, and military material. Public Information 2 5 1966 - 1968 Special Stories 2 6 1962 - 1965 Courses 2 7 1949 Tape Tips 2 8 County News 2 9 Dana G. Card iii Scope and Contents note The Dana G Card subseries consists of papers pertaining to various committees and clubs Card was involved in. There are also correspondence, bulletins, and other miscellaneous material. Dana G. Card was Professor of Agricultural Economics for the College of Agriculture. Marketing Clinic Programs 5 3--4 Misc., bulletins, etc. 5 5 Agriculture Economics Reports 5 6 1963-1967 Research Club 6 1 1934-1965 Post-War Salary Planning 6 2 7/30/1954 AAUP, leaves of absence, correspondence 6 3 1960 - 1962 Postwar Needs and Opportunities 6 4 Alpha Zeta 6 5 1938 - 1960 Manuscript Committee 6 6 1938 Correspondence 6 7 1936-1937; misc. 1924-1961 Founder's Day Committee 6 8 Banquet Material 6 9 Dinner for President Donovan 6 10 New York Tobacco Exchange 6 11 1934 Earl Robert Young iv 1953 - 1974 Scope and Contents note The Earl Robert Young subseries consists of correspondence dealing with various topics. Earl R. Young worked for the Agricultural Engineering Section of the College of Agriculture. January 1958 - December 1959 8 1 September 1967 - August 1968 8 2 September 1968 - August 1969 8 3 September 1969 - August 1970 8 4 September 1970 - August 1971 8 5 September 1971 - December 1972 8 6 January 1973 - June 1974 8 7 Miscellaneous 8 8 1953 - 1967 T.R. Bryant v 1911 - 1944 Scope and Contents note The T.R. Bryant subseries consists of correspondence and reports in connection with Agricultural Extension. Thomson R. Bryant was Associate Director of Extension for the College of Agriculture. Correspondence 1912 9 1 Correspondence 1913 - 1944 9 2 Weekly County Agent Reports 1912 - 1913 9 3 Correspondence 1912 - 1914, 1938 - 1944 9 4 Miscellaneous 1911 - 1912 9 5 E.J. Nesius vi 1950s-1960s Scope and Contents note The E.J. Nesius subseries consists of reports in connection with Agriculture Extension and his foreign assignments dealing with several countries including the Middle East. Ernest J. Nesius worked for the Experiment Station Farm Economics Department. Foreign Agriculture Official Study at U.K. 10 1 Foreign Assignment - E.J. Nesius 10 2 Yugoslavia - Austria 10 3 Nesius, Ernest - personal 10 4 ICA Consultant trip 10 5 Reports on foreign assignment 10 6 Nesius - Middle East assignment 10 7 Cooperative Extension Work 1955 - 1958 11 1 Extension Work 1959 11 2 Extension Work 1960 11 3 Extension Work 1961 - 1963 11 4 Extension Education Guiding Program 11 5 Bob Ford vii 1947-1955 Scope and Contents note The Bob Ford subseries consists of correspondence and other papers dealing with various state fairs held in Kentucky. Correspondence -- C. A. Lewis 16 1 State Fair 1947 16 2 State Fair 1948 16 3 State Fair 1949 16 4 State Fair 1950 16 5 State Fair 1951 16 6 State Fair 1952 16 7 State Fair 1953 16 8 State Fair 1954 16 9 Joe Williams viii 1955-1960 Scope and Contents note The Joe Williams subseries consists of correspondence and visual aids pertaining to various state fairs held in Kentucky. Audio Visual 10/55 - 6/56 17 1 Audio Visual 7/56 - 12/56 17 2 Visual Aids 1957 17 3 Correspondence 1958 17 4 Correspondence 1959 17 5 Correspondence 1960 17 6 State fair UK photos 1941 - 1960 (paper copies) 18 1 State Fair 1956 18 2 State Fair 1957 18 3 State Fair 1958 18 4 State Fair 1959 - 1960 18 5 J. Allan Smith ix 1950-1962 Scope and Contents note The J. Allan Smith subseries consists of papers pertaining to several committees including the Centennial committee, as well as correspondence between Smith and President Dickey, the Board of Control, and others. J. Allan Smith was editor of publications for seventeen years and head of the Department of Public Information for fifteen years in the College of Agriculture. Blazer Lecture the L-G coll 21 1 February 15, 1962 Address by President Dickey - An Educational Revolution 21 2 Article for Alumnus Magazine 21 3 1962 Centennial Committee - Land Grant correspondence with National Office and others 21 4 Correspondence with National Office and others 21 5 Centennial Committee - Plans for UK; notes & corres. 21 6 Consult with President Dickey 21 7 May 13, 1961 Centennial Committee - Johnson to Smith on Kansas City Meeting 21 8 November 1961 Centennial letter nos. 1-14 (missing 3,1) 3/1960 - 10/10/1961 21 9 Correspondence of Director 9/1950 - 7/1951 22 1 Constitutions 1915, 1958 revision 22 2 Correspondence from President George Church's File 10/5/1950 - 7/30/1952 22 3 Correspondence; Secretary-Treasurer 8/1951-7/1952 22 4 "Charters-By-Laws, Agenda" Kellogg Fund Proposal 22 5 Correspondence of Directors and officers 7/29/1952-6/19/1953 22 6 President's column in ACE 1952-1953 22 7 Correspondence 9/1954 - 4/16/1957 22 8 A.A.A.C.E. Board of Control Project 23 1 Board of Control Correspondence 2/1953-3/1955 23 2 Train the Trainer Program 1955-1960 23 3 Take-over Committee 8/1956 23 4 Correspondence (end of project) 1953-9/1962 23 5 NPAC-AAACE, Board meeting in Chicago, 2/12-13/1959 Annual Reports to board of Control 3/5-6/1954 23 6 Annual Report of NPAC (18 months) 2/28/1955 23 7 Program development conference - fact finding reports, correspondence 5/52 24 1 Kellogg Proposal 1st (7/52) and 2nd drafts 24 2 Proposal Brief and covering letters notebook 1952 24 3 Kellogg Proposal Materials correspondence 1952 24 4 Correspondence on location of Agriculture Comm. Center 7/29/1952-3/1953 24 5 Soil Study Series II. Scope and Contents note The Soil Study series consists of soil studies conducted by Dr. Peters in every county of Kentucky. Each county has its own folder and are arranged alphabetically. There are also small, handwritten notebooks documenting Dr. Peters' studies before he put them into report format. Adair-Hopkins 12 1--54 Jackson-Scott 13 Shelby - Woodford 14 1--15 Miscellaneous soils 14 16 Chemical Analysis 14 17 Other States 14 18 Handwritten Notebooks 14 1--21 Agricultural Extension Series III. 1920 - 1949 Scope and Contents note The Agricultural Extension series consists of several folders dealing with public relations for the College of Agriculture as well as programs from banquets and conventions. There are also a few folders with public information dealing with personnel and also reports and correspondence from the Home Economics Department. Home Economic Reports 3 1--2 Home Economic and Demonstration Misc. 3 3 Home Economics Correspondence 1940-1968 3 4 Agriculture Economics Correspondence 3 5 Agriculture Economics Reports 3 6 Banquet Programs 7 1--50 Agriculture Economics - H.B. Price 15 1 Farm Economics Personnel 1920 - 1931 15 2 Farm Economics Personnel 1935 - 1940 15 3 Farm Economics Personnel 15 4 Marketing and Rural Finance 1928 - 1937 15 5 Personnel Questionnaires by County 1936 18 6 AAA Farmington KY News Stories Washington 1937 19 1 Drought 19 2 Corn, cotton, potato, rye, tobacco, wheat 19 3 Experiment Station Celebration 1936-1937 19 4 AAA 1936 19 5 Questionairs of Agriculture students by county 19 6 Fayette, Jeff, Boone, and out of state 19 7 Graduates of Agriculture Coll. 1934 19 8 Reports to CWA 19 9 Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace 19 10 State Farm records 19 11 Tennessee Valley Authority 19 12 Banquet Programs 115 1--25 Correspondence Series IV. 1905-1974 Scope and Contents note The Correspondence series consists of letters and memorandums arranged alphabetically and in some cases by subject pertaining to the College of Agriculture. Agriculture Economics A - Individuals 4 1 American Institute of Cooperation 4 2 Articles - Miscellaneous 4 3 B 4 4 C 4 5 D & E 4 6 G 4 7 H - J 5 1 K - L 5 2 Miscellaneous Series V. 1904-1969 Scope and Contents note The Miscellaneous series consists of several different formats including committees, reports, and programs that were conducted around a variety of topics including tobacco, printing, postwar activities, and dedications. There are also a number of folders dealing with courses offered as well as articles or reprinted publications that were distributed among the classes. ARC 122-23 Tobacco Barn Risher, Wells Spring 1967 20 1 ARC 122-23 Addenda & Modifications, Spring 1967 20 2 ASAW Editor's Section sec./trea. 1966-67 20 3 A.D.S.A. Publicity Comm. 6/20-23/1965 20 4 Displays 20 5 Committee on Printing 1966-67 20 6 Committee on University Printing 1963 20 7 Committee on K.P.A. luncheon 1/1968 20 8 Committee on Public Relations for Agriculture 20 9 Committee on filing manual 1967 20 10 Post-War needs & opportunities in KY Agriculture Experiment Station 12/1943 20 11 Views of College and Station Exhibit - St. Louis 1904 25 1 Dedication of W.A. Seay Auditorium (with reel of tape) 25 2 50th Anniversary of Agriculture Experiment Station 9/25/1935 25 3 Lectures; 1st & 2nd Annual Stud Managers Course 1951-52 25 4 Course in Scientific Agriculture 25 5 Preliminary Report Postwar Programs for Agriculture 25 6 First Approximations for a Unified State Agricultural Program to Meet Impacts of War 25 7 Coldstream Farm 26 1 Annual Livestock Field Day 7/17/1957 26 2 Handbook for Students and Advisors 26 3 Tobacco & Health Workshop 2/5-6/1969 26 4 VITAE 1967; Food Processing Opportunities in Kentucky 26 5 Burley Tobacco 26 6 Dean 27 1 Papers on Agricultural Economics, markets, & rural finance 27 2 Animal Husbandry & Animal Science 27 3 Entomology & Botany articles 27 4 Forestry - Articles & Pamphlets 27 5 Poultry - Misc. Publications 27 6 Tobacco - Misc. Publications 27 7 Veterinary Service - Misc. Publications 27 8 Agriculture Experiment Station - Chemistry 27 9 Agricultural Train 1912 107 1 Agronomy 107 2 Animal Husbandry 107 3 Cattle - Dairy, Beef 107 4 Farm Engineering 107 5 4-H Club History 107 6 History of Kentucky Extension Experiment Station 1952 107 7 Home Demonstration 107 8 Horticulture 107 9 Limestone Fertilizer 107 10 Pig Clubs 107 11 Poultry 107 12 Plan for Educational Program for Bluegrass Area 113 1 Animal Husbandry Seminars 113 2 ESAR Series VI. 1922-1962 Scope and Contents note The ESAR series consists of several boxes arranges chronologically and alphabetically and are labeled with either a name or a subject. File contents are mainly correspondence, but also include reports. Bryant, T.R. 28 1 1922 Elliott, N.R. 28 2 1922 Good, E.S. 28 3 1922 Graddy, C 28 4 1922 Matthews, C.W. 28 5 1922 Robert, George 28 6 1922 Agriculture Engineering 28 7 1922 Agronomy 28 8 1922 Animal Industry 28 9 1922 Junior Agriculture Club 28 10 1922 County Agent Work 28 11 1922 Dairying 28 12 1922 Farm Economics 28 13 1922 Home Economics Extension 28 14 1922 Markets 28 15 1922 Moveable Schools 28 16 1922 News Service 28 17 1922 Personnel Division 28 18 1922 Poultry 28 19 1922 Veterinary 28 20 1922 Administration 28 21 1923 Agriculture Extension 28 22 1923 Agronomy 28 23 1923 Beef Cattle 28 24 1923 County Agent Work 28 25 1923 Dairying 28 26 1923 Extension Division 28 27 1923 Farm Economics 28 28 1923 County Home Demo. 28 29 1923 Home Economics Division 28 30 1923 Farm Crops 28 31 1923 Horticulture 28 32 1923 Junior Agriculture Club 28 33 1923 Marketing 28 34 1923 Movable Schools 28 35 1923 Pomology 28 36 1923 Poultry 28 37 1923 Public Information 28 38 1923 Bohanan, S.C. 28 39 1923 Hansen, V.K. 29 1 1923 Ranta, R.R. 29 2 1923 Seay, W.A. 29 3 1923 Smith, J. Allen 29 4 1923 Administration 29 5 1924 Anderson, W.S. 29 6 1924 Burnam, Anita 29 7 1924 Enright, Eleanor 29 8 1924 Fish, E.E. 29 9 1924 Garside, M.S. 29 10 1924 Harris, C.E. 29 11 1924 Harris, W.J. 29 12 1924 Hooper J.J. 29 13 1924 Horlocker, F.J. 29 14 1924 Humphrey, J.E. 29 15 1924 Lacy, Edith 29 16 1924 Mahan, C.A. 29 17 1924 McKenney, G.J. 29 18 1924 Miller, M.M. 29 19 1924 Miller, R.C. 29 20 1924 Nicholas, W.D. 29 21 1924 Piedalue, I.M. 29 22 1924 Rhoads, Wayland 29 23 1924 Roberts, George 29 24 1924 Sellards, Grady 29 25 1924 Smyth, J.R. 29 26 1924 Story, J.M. 29 27 1924 Weldon, M. 29 28 1924 Wilford, E.J. 29 29 1924 Baird, Thomas 29 30 1925 Bryant, T.R. 29 31 1925 Enright, E. 29 32 1925 Elliott, N.R. 29 33 1925 Gardner, J.S. 29 34 1925 Good, E.S. 29 35 1925 Hooper, J.J. 29 36 1925 Jesness, O.B. 29 37 1925 Jones, S.C. 29 38 1925 Kelley, J.B. 30 1 1925 Kenney, R. 30 2 1925 Kilpatrick, E.J. 30 3 1925 Lacy, E. 30 4 1925 Magill, W.W. 30 5 1925 Mahan, C.A. 30 6 1925 Mathews, C.A. 30 7 1925 Miller, M.M. 30 8 1925 Nicholls, W.D. 30 9 1925 Roberts, George 30 10 1925 Smyth, J.R. 30 11 1925 Story, Isabelle 30 12 1925 Ward, H.A. 30 13 1925 Welch, E.G. 30 14 1925 Weldon, M. 30 15 1925 Wilson, W.C. 30 16 1925 Whitehouse, J.W. 30 17 1925 Agriculture Extension 30 18 1926 Barkman, J.O. 30 19 1926 Burnam, A. 30 20 1926 Elliott, N.R. 30 21 1926 Feltner, J.M. 30 22 1926 Fish, E.E. 30 23 1926 Gardner, J.S. 30 24 1926 Garside, M.S. 30 25 1926 Good, E.S. 30 26 1926 Graddy, I.C. 30 27 1926 Harris, C.E. 30 28 1926 Harris, D 30 29 1926 Harris, W.J. 30 30 1926 Horlocher, L.J. 30 31 1926 Humphrey, J.E. 30 32 1926 Jones, S.C. 30 33 1926 Kelley, J.B. 30 34 1926 Kenney, R. 30 35 1926 Kilpatrick, E.J. 30 36 1926 Lacy, E 30 37 1926 Lewis, C.A. 30 38 1926 Link, H.F. 30 39 1926 Magill, W.W. 30 40 1926 Martin, J.H. 30 41 1926 McKenney 30 42 1926 Miller, R.C. 30 43 1926 Nicholls, W.D. 30 44 1926 Piedalue, I.M. 30 45 1926 Prewitt, Ed 30 46 1926 Rhoads, W 30 47 1926 Roberts, George 30 48 1926 Sellards, G 30 49 1926 Smyth, J.R. 30 50 1926 Story, J.M. 30 51 1926 Ward, H.A. 30 52 1926 Welch, E.G. 30 53 1926 Whitehouse, J.W. 30 54 1926 Wilford, E.J. 30 55 1926 Wilson, W.C. 30 56 1926 Burnam, Anita 31 1 1927 Burnette, A.C. 31 2 1927 Elliott, N.R. 31 3 1927 Feltner, J.M. 31 4 1927 Fish, E.E. 31 5 1927 Gardner, J.S. 31 6 1927 Garside, M.S. 31 7 1927 Good E.S. 31 8 1927 Graddy, J.C. 31 9 1927 Harris, Dixie 31 10 1927 Jones, S.C. 31 11 1927 Kenney, R 31 12 1927 Kilpatrick, E.J. 31 13 1927 Lacy, E 31 14 1927 Magill, W.W. 31 15 1927 Mahan, C.A. 31 16 1927 McKenney, G.J. 31 17 1927 Miller, M.M. 31 18 1927 Miller, R.C. 31 19 1927 Nance, G.R. 31 20 1927 Piedalue, I.M. 31 21 1927 Prewitt, Ed 31 22 1927 Rhoads, W 31 23 1927 Roberts, George 31 24 1927 Smith, J.R. 31 25 1927 Story, I.M. 31 26 1927 Welch, E.G. 31 27 1927 Weldon, Myrtle 31 28 1927 Whitehouse, J.W. 31 29 1927 Wilford, E.J. 31 30 1927 Wilson, W.C. 31 31 1927 Farm Eco 31 32 1927 Veterinary Science 31 33 1927 Agronomy 32 1 1928 Barkman, J.O. 32 2 1928 Bryant, J.R. 32 3 1928 Burnam, A 32 4 1928 Feltner, J.M. 32 5 1928 Fish, E.E. 32 6 1928 Gardner, J.S. 32 7 1928 Garside, M.S. 32 8 1928 Good, E.S. 32 9 1928 Harris, C.E. 32 10 1928 Harris, D 32 11 1928 Humphrey, J.E. 32 12 1928 Jones, S.C. 32 13 1928 Kelley, J.B. 32 14 1928 Kenny, R 32 15 1928 Lacy, E 32 16 1928 Lewis, E.A. 32 17 1928 Link, H.F. 32 18 1928 Magill, W.W. 32 19 1928 Martin, J.H. 32 20 1928 McKinney, G.J. 32 21 1928 Miller, M.M. 32 22 1928 Miller, R.C. 32 23 1928 Movable Schools 32 24 1928 Nagotte, Joe 32 25 1928 Nance, G.B. 32 26 1928 Poultry Section 32 27 1928 Prewitt, Ed 32 28 1928 Rhoads, W 32 29 1928 Roberts, George 32 30 1928 Sellards, G 32 31 1928 Smyth, J.R. 32 32 1928 Story, J.M. 32 33 1928 Welch, E.G. 32 34 1928 Weldon, M 32 35 1928 Whitehouse, J.M. 32 36 1928 Barkman, J.O. 33 1 1929 Bryant, T.R. 33 2 1929 Fish, E.E. 33 3 1929 Gardner, J.S. 33 4 1929 Garside, M.S. 33 5 1929 Graddy, J.C. 33 6 1929 Hagman, Ida 33 7 1929 Harris, W.J. 33 8 1929 Imlay, Flo 33 9 1929 Jones, S.C. 33 10 1929 Kelley, J.B. 33 11 1929 Kenney, R 33 12 1929 Kilpatrick, E.J. 33 13 1929 Lacy, E 33 14 1929 Link, H.F. 33 15 1929 Magill, W.W 33 16 1929 Mahan, C.A. 33 17 1929 Martin, J.H. 33 18 1929 McKenney, G.J. 33 19 1929 Miller, R.C. 33 20 1929 Negeotte, J 33 21 1929 Nance, G.B. 33 22 1929 Nicholls, W.D. 33 23 1929 Polk, T.P. 33 24 1929 Roberts, George 33 25 1929 Sellards, G 33 26 1929 Story, I.M. 33 27 1929 Vaught, E.C. 33 28 1929 Welch, E.G. 33 29 1929 Weldon, Myrtle 33 30 1929 Whitehouse, J.W. 33 31 1929 Wilson, W.C. 33 32 1929 Projects 15 34 1 1930 Barkman, J.O. 34 2 1930 Besh, T 34 3 1930 Burnam, A 34 4 1930 Caton, S 34 5 1930 Elliott, N.R. 34 6 1930 Feltner, J.M. 34 7 1930 Fish, E.E. 34 8 1930 Galloway, S.L. 34 9 1930 Gardner, J.S. 34 10 1930 Garside, M.S. 34 11 1930 Good, E.S. 34 12 1930 Graddy, J.C. 34 13 1930 Hagman, J.C. 34 14 1930 Harris, C.E. 34 15 1930 Humphrey, J.E. 34 16 1930 Imlay, Flo 34 17 1930 Jones, C.W. 34 18 1930 Jones, S.C. 34 19 1930 Kelley, J.B. 34 20 1930 Kenney, R 34 21 1930 Kilpatrick, E.J. 34 22 1930 Lacy, E 34 23 1930 Lewis, C.A. 34 24 1930 Link, H.F. 34 25 1930 Magill, W.W. 34 26 1930 Mahan, C.A. 34 27 1930 Martin, J.H. 34 28 1930 McKenney, G.J. 34 29 1930 Miller, R.C. 34 30 1930 Nance, G.B. 34 31 1930 Proctor, R.E. 34 32 1930 Rhoads, W 34 33 1930 Sellards, G 34 34 1930 Story, J.M. 34 35 1930 Barkman, J.O. 35 1 1930 Besh, Ted 35 2--3 1930 Brewer, J.C. 35 4 1930 Burnam, Anita 35 5 1930 Bryant 35 6 1930 Graddy, J.C. 35 7 1930 Caton, Stanley 35 8 1930 Elliott, N.R. 35 9 1930 Feltner, J.M. 35 10 1930 Fish, E.E. 35 11 1930 Galloway, Z.L. 35 12 1930 Gardner, J.S. 35 13 1930 Garside, M.S. 35 14 1930 Good, E.S. 35 15 1930 Hagman, I.C. 35 16 1930 Harris, C.E. 35 17 1930 Humphrey, J.E. 35 18 1930 Hunt, R.A. 35 19 1930 Imlay, F 35 20 1930 Johnson, E.A. 35 21 1930 Jones, S.C 35 22 1930 Kenney, Ralph 35 23 1930 Kilpatrick, E.J. 35 24 1930 Lacy, E 35 25 1930 Lewis, C.A 35 26 1930 Link, H.F. 35 27 1930 Magill, W.W. 35 28 1930 Bailey, J.Y. 36 1 1932 Barkman, J.O. 36 2 1932 Besh, Ted 36 3 1932 Bondurant, J.H. 36 4 1932 Brewer, L.C. 36 5 1932 Bryant, T.R. 36 6 1932 Burnette, A.C. 36 7 1932 Caton, S 36 8 1932 Elliott, N.R. 36 9 1932 Feltner, J.M. 36 10 1932 Fish, E.E. 36 11 1932 Gardner, J.S. 36 12 1932 Garside, M.S. 36 13 1932 Good, E.S. 36 14 1932 Graddy, J.C. 36 15 1932 Hagman, Ida C 36 16 1932 Harris, C.E. 36 17 1932 Humphrey, J.E. 36 18 1932 Hunt, R.A. 36 19 1932 Imlay, Florence 36 20 1932 Johnson, E.A. 36 21 1932 Jones, C.W. 36 22 1932 Jones, S.A. 36 23 1932 Kelley, J.B. 36 24 1932 Kenney, R 36 25 1932 Kilpatrick, E.J. 36 26 1932 Lacy, Edith 36 27 1932 Lewis, C.A. 36 28 1932 Link, H.F. 36 29 1932 Magill, W.W. 36 30 1932 Mahan, C.A. 36 31 1932 Matson, H 36 32 1932 McKenney, G.J. 36 33 1932 Miller, R.C. 36 34 1932 Vaughn, E 37 1 1930 Vennes, L.A. 37 2 1930 Welch, E.G. 37 3 1930 Weldon, Myrtle 37 4 1930 Whitehouse, J.W. 37 5 1930 Wilson, W.C. 37 6 1930 Mahan, C.A. 37 7 1931 Martin, J.A. 37 8 1931 McKenney, G.T. 37 9 1931 Miller, R.C. 37 10 1931 Matson, H 37 11 1931 Nicholls, W.R. 37 12 1931 Polk, T.P. 37 13 1931 Proctor, R.E. 37 14 1931 Story, I.M. 37 15 1931 Vaughn, E.C. 37 16 1931 Vennes, I.A. 37 17 1931 Welch, E.G. 37 18 1931 Weldon, Myrtle 37 19 1931 Wilson, W.C. 37 20 1931 Whitehouse, J.W. 37 21 1931 Nicholls, W.C. 37 22 1932 Polk, T.P 37 23 1932 Proctor, R.E 37 24 1932 Purcell, Mary 37 25 1932 Rhoads, W 37 26 1932 Roberts, George 37 27 1932 Sellards, G 37 28 1932 Vaughn, E.C 37 29 1932 Welch, E.G 37 30 1932 Weldon, M 37 31 1932 Vennes 37 32 1932 Whitehouse, I.W 37 33 1932 Wilson, W.C. 37 34 1932 Miscellaneous 38 1 1932 Bryant, T.R. 38 2 1933 Elliott, N.R 38 3 1933 Gardner, J.S. 38 4 1933 Magill, W.W. 38 5 1933 Mahan, C.A. 38 6 1933 Market Finance 38 7 1933 Home Demo Work 38 8 1933 4-H Club 38 9 1933 Lewis, C.A. 38 10 1933 Soils 38 11 1933 Beef Cattle 38 12 1933 Annual Poultry 38 13 1933 Farm Business 38 14 1933 Veterinary Science 38 15 1933 Preliminary Rep 38 16 1933 Besh, Ted 38 17 1933 Barkman, J.O 38 18 1933 Bondurant, J.H. 38 19 1933 Brewer, S.C. 38 20 1933 Burnam, A 38 21 1933 Elliott, N.R. 38 22 1933 Feltner, J.M. 38 23 1933 Fish, E.E. 38 24 1933 Gardner, S.S. 38 25 1933 Garside, M.S. 38 26 1933 Good, E.S. 38 27 1933 Graddy, J.C. 38 28 1933 Hagman, I.C. 38 29 1933 Hunt, R.A. 38 30 1933 Imlay, Flo 38 31 1933 Johnson, E.A. 38 32 1933 Jones, C.W. 38 33 1933 Jones, S.C. 38 34 1933 Kelley, J.B. 38 35 1933 Kinney, R 39 1 1933 Kilpatrick, E.J. 39 2 1933 Lacy, E 39 3 1933 Lewis, C.A. 39 4 1933 Link, H.F. 39 5 1933 Logan, Lulie 39 6 1933 Magill, W.W. 39 7 1933 Martin, H.J. 39 8 1933 Mahan, C.A. 39 9 1933 Matson, H 39 10 1933 McKenney, G.J. 39 11 1933 Monroe, Z 39 12 1933 Nicholls, W.P. 39 13 1933 Polk, T.P. 39 14 1933 Proctor, R.E. 39 15 1933 Purcell, M 39 16 1933 Roberts, George 39 17 1933 Vennes, L.A. 39 18 1933 Welch, E.G. 39 19 1933 Welson, Myrtle 39 20 1933 Whitehouse, J.W. 39 21 1933 Wilson, W.C. 39 22 1933 Barkman, J.O. 39 23 1934 Besh, T 39 24 1934 Brewer, C.C. 39 25 1934 Bryant, T.R. 39 26 1934 Burnam, A 39 27 1934 Davenport, T.S. 39 28 1934 Elliott, N.R. 39 29 1934 Feltner, J.M. 39 30 1934 Fish, E.E. 39 31 1934 Gardner, J.S. 39 32 1934 Garside, M.S. 39 33 1934 Good, E.S. 39 34 1934 Graddy, I.C. 39 35 1934 Hagman, I.C. 39 36 1934 Harris, C.E. 39 37 1934 Humphrey, J.E. 39 38 1934 Hunt, R.A. 39 39 1934 Imlay, Flo 39 40 1934 Johnson, E.A. 39 41 1934 Jones, C.W. 39 42 1934 Jones, S.C. 39 43 1934 Kelley, J.B. 39 44 1934 Kenney, R 39 45 1934 Kilpatrick, E.J. 40 1 1934 Lacy, E 40 2 1934 Lewis, C.A. 40 3 1934 Link, J.F. 40 4 1934 Magill, W.W. 40 5 1934 Mahan, C.A. 40 6 1934 Martin, J.H. 40 7 1934 McKenney, G.J. 40 8 1934 Miller, C.E. 40 9 1934 Miller, R.C. 40 10 1934 Nicholls, W.P. 40 11 1934 Phillips, C.D. 40 12 1934 Polk, T.P. 40 13 1934 Proctor, R.E. 40 14 1934 Rhoads, W 40 15 1934 Roberts, George 40 16 1934 Sellards, G 40 17 1934 Vennes, L.A. 40 18 1934 Weldon, M 40 19 1934 Welch, E.G. 40 20 1934 Whitehouse, J.W. 40 21 1934 Wilson, W.C. 40 22 1934 Administration 40 23 1936 Barkman, J.O. 40 24 1936 Bondurant, J.H. 40 25 1936 Brewer, L.C. 40 26 1936 Brooks, J 40 27 1936 Brown, H.C. 40 28 1936 Bryant, T.R. 40 29 1936 Burnam, A 40 30 1936 Caton, Stanley 40 31 1936 Davenport, I 40 32 1936 Elliott, N.R. 40 33 1936 Feltner, I.M. 40 34 1936 Fish, E.E. 40 35 1936 Gardner, J.S. 40 36 1936 Garside, M.S. 40 37 1936 Good, E.S. 40 38 1936 Graddy, I.C. 40 39 1936 Hagman, I.C. 40 40 1936 Harris, C.E. 40 41 1936 Harris, G.M. 40 42 1936 Humphrey, J.E. 40 43 1936 Hunt, R.A. 40 44 1936 Imlay, Flo 40 45 1936 Johnson, E.A. 41 1 1936 Jones, C.W. 41 2 1936 Jones, S.C. 41 3 1936 Kelley, J.B. 41 4 1936 Kenney, R 41 5 1936 Kilpatrick, E.J. 41 6 1936 Lacy, E 41 7 1936 Lewis, C.A. 41 8 1936 Link, H.F. 41 9 1936 Magill, W.W. 41 10 1936 Mahan, C.A. 41 11 1936 Martin, J.H. 41 12 1936 McKenney, G.J. 41 13 1936 McKitrick 41 14 1936 Miller, C.E. 41 15 1936 Nicholls, W.D. 41 16 1936 Phillips, G.D. 41 17 1936 Polk, T.P. 41 18 1936 Proctor, R.E. 41 19 1936 Robert, George 41 20 1936 Threlkeld, Dor 41 21 1936 Weldon, Myrtle 41 22 1936 Wilson, W.E. 41 23 1936 Whitehouse, J.W. 41 24 1936 Preliminary Reports 41 25 1936 Barkman, J.O. 41 26 1936 Brewer, L.C. 41 27 1936 Brooks, J.B. 41 28 1936 Brown, H.C. 41 29 1936 Bryant, T.R. 41 30 1936 Burnam, A 41 31 1936 Caton, S 41 32 1936 Davenport, I.S. 41 33 1936 Elliott, N.R. 41 34 1936 Feltner, J.M. 41 35 1936 Fish, E.E. 42 1 1936 Gardner, J.S. 42 2 1936 Good, E.S. 42 3 1936 Haak, P.J. 42 4 1936 Hagman, I 42 5 1936 Harris, C.E. 42 6 1936 Harris, G.M. 42 7 1936 Humphrey, J.E. 42 8 1936 Hunt, R.A. 42 9 1936 Imlay, F 42 10 1936 Johnson, E.A. 42 11 1936 Jones, C.W. 42 12 1936 Jones, S.C. 42 13 1936 Kelley, J.B. 42 14 1936 Kenney, R 42 15 1936 Lacey, E 42 16 1936 Lewis, C.A. 42 17 1936 Magill, W.W. 42 18 1936 Mahan, C.A. 42 19 1936 Martin, J.H. 42 20 1936 McKenney, G.J. 42 21 1936 McKitrick, T.L. 42 22 1936 Miller, C.E. 42 23 1936 Miller, R.C. 42 24 1936 Nicholls, W.D. 42 25 1936 Polk, T.P. 42 26 1936 Poundstone, B 42 27 1936 Proctor, R.E. 42 28 1936 Rhoads, W 42 29 1936 Roberts, George 42 30 1936 Sellards, G 42 31 1936 Threlkeld, D 42 32 1936 Vennes, L.A. 42 33 1936 Welch, E.G. 42 34 1936 Weldon, M 42 35 1936 Whitehouse 42 36 1936 Barkman, C.O. 42 37 1937 Brewer, L.C. 42 38 1937 Brooks, J.B. 42 39 1937 Brown, H.C. 42 40 1937 Bryant, T.R. 42 41 1937 Burnam, A 42 42 1937 Caton, S 42 43 1937 Curnutt, V 42 44 1937 Davenport, I 42 45 1937 Elliott, N.R. 43 1 1937 Feltner, J.M. 43 2 1937 Fish, E.E. 43 3 1937 Gardner, J.S. 43 4 1937 Garside, M.S. 43 5 1937 Good, E.S. 43 6 1937 Haak, P.J. 43 7 1937 Harris, C.E. 43 8 1937 Hagman, I.C. 43 9 1937 Humphrey, J.E. 43 10 1937 Hunt, R.A. 43 11 1937 Imlay, Flo 43 12 1937 Johnson, E.A. 43 13 1937 Johnston, W.C. 43 14 1937 Jones, C.W. 43 15 1937 Jones, S.C. 43 16 1937 Kelley, J.B. 43 17 1937 Kenney, R 43 18 1937 Lacy, E 43 19 1937 Lewis, C.A. 43 20 1937 Magill, W.W. 43 21 1937 Mahan, C.A. 43 22 1937 Martin, J.H. 43 23 1937 McKenney, G.J. 43 24 1937 McKitrick, J.L. 43 25 1937 Miller, R.C. 43 26 1937 Nicholls, W.D. 43 27 1937 Polk, T.P. 43 28 1937 Poundstone, B 43 29 1937 Proctor, R.E. 44 1 1937 Rhoads, W 44 2 1937 Roberts, George 44 3 1937 Sellards, G 44 4 1937 Smith, F.R. 44 5 1937 Threlkeld, D 44 6 1937 Vennes, L.A. 44 7 1937 Welch, E.G. 44 8 1937 Weldon, M 44 9 1937 Whitehouse, J.W. 44 10 1937 Brewer, S.C. 44 11 1938 Brown, H.C. 44 12 1938 Bryant, T.R. 44 13 1938 Burnam, A 44 14 1938 Caton, S 44 15 1938 Curnutt, V 44 16 1938 Davenport, I 44 17 1938 Elliott, N.R. 44 18 1938 Feltner, J.M. 44 19 1938 Fish, E.E. 44 20 1938 Gardner, J.S. 44 21 1938 Garside, M.S. 44 22 1938 Good, E.S. 44 23 1938 Haak, P.J. 44 24 1938 Hagman, Ida C. 44 25 1938 Harris, C.E. 44 26 1938 Harris, G.J. 44 27 1938 Humphrey, E.J. 44 28 1938 Hunt, Russell A 44 29 1938 Imlay, Flo 44 30 1938 Jackson, W.E. 45 1 1938 Johnson, E.H. 45 2 1938 Johnstone, W.A. 45 3 1938 Jones, C.W. 45 4 1938 Jones, S.C. 45 5 1938 Keller, J.B. 45 6 1938 Kenney, R.B. 45 7 1938 Lacy, E 45 8 1938 Lewis, C.A. 45 9 1938 Magill, W.W. 45 10 1938 Mahan, C.A. 45 11 1938 Martin, Holmes 45 12 1938 McKenney, G.J. 45 13 1938 McKitrick, J.L. 45 14 1938 Miller, R.C. 45 15 1938 Nicholls, W.D. 45 16 1938 Polk, T.P. 45 17 1938 Poundstone, B 45 18 1938 Proctor, R.E. 45 19 1938 Rhoads, W 45 20 1938 Roberts, George 45 21 1938 Sellards, G 45 22 1938 Threlkeld, D 45 23 1938 Whitehouse, J.W. 45 24 1938 Barkman, J.O. 46 1 1939 Brewer, L.C. 46 2 1939 Brown, H.C. 46 3 1939 Bryant, T.R. 46 4 1939 Burnam, A 46 5 1939 Caton, S 46 6 1939 Curnutt, V 46 7 1939 Davenport, J.S. 46 8 1939 Elliot, N.R. 46 9 1939 Feltner, J.M. 46 10 1939 Fish, E.E. 46 11 1939 Gardner, J.S. 46 12 1939 Garside, M.S. 46 13 1939 Good, E.S. 46 14 1939 Hagman, I 46 15 1939 Harris, C.E. 46 16 1939 Harris, G.M. 46 17 1939 Humphrey, J.E. 46 18 1939 Hunt, R.A. 46 19 1939 Hutchinson, M 46 20 1939 Imlay, F 46 21 1939 Jackson, W.E. 46 22 1939 Johnstone, W.C. 46 23 1939 Jones, C.W. 46 24 1939 Jones, S.C. 46 25 1939 Kelley, J.B. 46 26 1939 Kenney, R 47 1 1939 Lacy, E 47 2 1939 Lewis, C.A. 47 3 1939 Magill, W.W. 47 4 1939 Mahan, C.A. 47 5 1939 McKenney, G.J. 47 6 1939 McKitrick, J.L. 47 7 1939 Miller, R.C. 47 8 1939 Nicholls, W.D. 47 9 1939 Polk, T.P. 47 10 1939 Poundstone, B 47 11 1939 Proctor, R.E. 47 12 1939 Rhoads, W 47 13 1939 Roberts, George 47 14 1939 Sellards, G 47 15 1939 Smith, F.H. 47 16 1939 Threlkeld, D 47 17 1939 Vennes, L.A. 47 18 1939 Weldon, M 47 19 1939 Whitehouse, J.W. 47 20 1939 Barkman, J.O. 48 1 1940 Brewer, L.C. 48 2 1940 Brown, H.C. 48 3 1940 Bryant, T.R. 48 4 1940 Burnam, A 48 5 1940 Caton, S 48 6 1940 Curnutt, V 48 7 1940 Davenport, J.O. 48 8 1940 Elliott, N.R. 48 9 1940 Feltner, J.M. 48 10 1940 Fish, E.E. 48 11 1940 Gardner, J.S. 48 12 1940 Garside, M.S. 48 13 1940 Good, E.S. 48 14 1940 Hagman, I 48 15 1940 Harris, C.E. 48 16 1940 Humphrey, J.M. 48 17 1940 Imlay, F 48 18 1940 Jackson, W.E. 48 19 1940 Johnstone, W.D. 48 20 1940 Hunt, R.A. 48 21 1940 Jones, C.W. 48 22 1940 Kelley, J.B. 48 23 1940 Kenney, R. 48 24 1940 Lewis, C.A. 48 25 1940 Magill, W.W. 48 26 1940 Mahon, C.A. 48 27 1940 McKenney, G.J. 48 28 1940 McKitrick, J.L. 49 1 1940 Miller, R.C. 49 2 1940 Nesius, E.J. 49 3 1940 Nicholls, W.D. 49 4 1940 Polk, T.P. 49 5 1940 Poundstone, B 49 6 1940 Proctor, R.E. 49 7 1940 Rhoads, W 49 8 1940 Roberts, George 49 9 1940 Sellards, G 49 10 1940 Smith, F.H. 49 11 1940 Threlkeld, D 49 12 1940 Vennes, L.A. 49 13 1940 Weldon, M 49 14 1940 Whitehouse, J.W. 49 15 1940 Atwood, M.C. 49 16 1941 Barkman, J.D. 49 17 1941 Brewer, L.C. 49 18 1941 Brown, L.C. 49 19 1941 Brown, H.C. 49 20 1941 Bryant, T.R. 49 21 1941 Caton, S 49 22 1941 Curnutt, V 49 23 1941 Davenport, I.S. 49 24 1941 Davis, A.B. 49 25 1941 Elliott, N.R. 49 26 1941 Feltner, J.M. 49 27 1941 Fish, E.E. 50 1 1941 Gardner, J.S. 50 2 1941 Garside, M.S. 50 3 1941 Good, E.S. 50 4 1941 Hagman, I.C. 50 5 1941 Harris, C.E. 50 6 1941 Harris, G.M. 50 7 1941 Humphrey, I.E. 50 8 1941 Hunt, R.A. 50 9 1941 Imlay, Flo 50 10 1941 Jackson, W.E. 50 11 1941 Johnstone, W.C. 50 12 1941 Jones, C.W. 50 13 1941 Jones, S.C. 50 14 1941 Kenney, R 50 15 1941 Lewis, C.A. 50 16 1941 Lacy, E 50 17 1941 Magill, W.W. 50 18 1941 Mahan, C.A. 50 19 1941 McKenney, G.J. 50 20 1941 McKitrick, J.L. 50 21 1941 Miller, R.C. 50 22 1941 Nicholls, W.D. 50 23 1941 Polk, T.P. 50 24 1941 Poundstone, B 50 25 1941 Proctor, R.E. 51 1 1941 Roberts, G 51 2 1941 Sellards, G 51 3 1941 Smith, F.R. 51 4 1941 Threlkeld, D 51 5 1941 Vennes, L.A. 51 6 1941 Welch, E.G. 51 7 1941 Weldon, M 51 8 1941 Whitehouse, J.W. 51 9 1941 Barkman, J.O. 51 10 1942 Brewer, L.C. 51 11 1942 Bryant, T.R. 51 12 1942 Curnutt, V 51 13 1942 Davenport, I.S. 51 14 1942 Elliott, N.R. 51 15 1942 Gardner, J.S. 51 16 1942 Garrigus, W.P. 51 17 1942 Hagman, I 51 18 1942 Humphrey, J.E. 51 19 1942 Hunt, R.A. 51 20 1942 Imlay, F 51 21 1942 Jackson, W.E. 51 22 1942 Johnstone, W.C. 51 23 1942 Lewis, C.A. 51 24 1942 Magill, W.W. 51 25 1942 Mahon, C.A. 51 26 1942 McKitrick, J.P. 51 27 1942 Miller, R.C. 51 28 1942 Nicholls, W.D. 51 29 1942 Polk, T.P. 52 1 1942 Poundstone, B 52 2 1942 Proctor, R.E. 52 3 1942 Roberts, George 52 4 1942 Smith, F 52 5 1942 Vennes, L.A. 52 6 1942 Welch, E.G. 52 7 1942 Weldon, M 52 8 1942 Whitehouse, J.W. 52 9 1942 Barkman, J.O. 52 10 1943 Brewer, L.C. 52 11 1943 Bryant, T.R. 52 12 1943 Copeland, L 52 13 1943 Curnutt, L 52 14 1943 Elliott, N.R. 52 15 1943 Gardner, J.S. 52 16 1943 Good, E.S. 52 17 1943 Haak, P.J. 52 18 1943 Hagman, J.G. 52 19 1943 Humphrey, J.E. 52 20 1943 Hunt, Russell 52 21 1943 Jackson, W.E. 52 22 1943 Johnstone, W.E. 52 23 1943 Jones, S.C. 52 24 1943 Kelley, J.B. 52 25 1943 Kenney, R 52 26 1943 Lewis, C.A. 52 27 1943 Magill, W.W. 52 28 1943 Mahan, C.A. 52 29 1943 Miller, R.C. 52 30 1943 Nicholls, W.D. 52 31 1943 Pifer, W.R. 52 32 1943 Polk, T.P. 52 33 1943 Proctor, R.E. 53 1 1943 Smith, F.H. 53 2 1943 Survant, W.G. 53 3 1943 Threlkeld, D 53 4 1943 Vennes, L.A. 53 5 1943 Weldon, M 53 6 1943 Whitehouse, J.W. 53 7 1943 Wyatt, C.E. 53 8 1943 Barkman, J.O. 53 9 1944 Brewer, L.C. 53 10 1944 Bryant, T.R. 53 11 1944 Cooper, T.P. 53 12 1944 Copeland, L 53 13 1944 Curnutt, V 53 14 1944 Elliott, N.R. 53 15 1944 Gardner, J.S. 53 16 1944 Garrigus, W.P. 53 17 1944 Good, E.S. 53 18 1944 Haak, P.J. 53 19 1944 Humphrey, J.E. 53 20 1944 Hunt, R.A. 53 21 1944 Hurt, Florine 53 22 1944 Jackson, W.E. 53 23 1944 Johnstone, W.C. 53 24 1944 Jones, S.C. 53 25 1944 Kenney, R 53 26 1944 Kelley, J.B. 53 27 1944 Lewis, C.A. 53 28 1944 Magill, W.W. 53 29 1944 Mahan, C.A. 53 30 1944 McKitrick, J.L. 53 31 1944 Miller, R.C. 53 32 1944 Nicholls, W.D. 53 33 1944 Pifer, R.W. 53 34 1944 Polk, T.P. 53 35 1944 Survant, W.G. 53 36 1944 Threlkeld, D 53 37 1944 Vennes, L.S. 54 1 1944 Weldon, M 54 2 1944 Wilford, E.L. 54 3 1944 Administration 54 4 1945 Barkman, J.O. 54 5 1945 Brewer, L.C. 54 6 1945 Copeland, L. 54 7 1945 Curnutt, V 54 8 1945 Elliott, N.R. 54 9 1945 Gardner, J.S. 54 10 1945 Good, E.S. 54 11 1945 Haak, P.J. 54 12 1945 Hagman, Ida 54 13 1945 Humphrey, J.C. 54 14 1945 Hunt, R.A. 54 15 1945 Imlay, F 54 16 1945 Jackson, W.E. 54 17 1945 Johnstone, W.E. 54 18 1945 Jones, S.C. 54 19 1945 Kelley, J.B. 54 20 1945 Kenney, R 54 21 1945 Lewis, C.A. 54 22 1945 Magill, W.W. 54 23 1945 Mahon, C.A. 54 24 1945 McKilnak, J.L. 54 25 1945 Miller, R.C. 54 26 1945 Nichols, W.D. 54 27 1945 Pifer, R.W. 54 28 1945 Smith, F.H. 54 29 1945 Survant, W.G. 54 30 1945 Threlkeld, D 54 31 1945 Weldon, M 54 32 1945 Whitehouse, J.W. 54 33 1945 Wilford, E.J 54 34 1945 Barkman, T.O. 55 1 1946 Beers, H.W. 55 2 1946 Brown, Ross 55 3 1946 Bryant, T.R. 55 4 1946 Brooks, J.B. 55 5 1946 Cooper, T.C. 55 6 1946 Curnutt, V 55 7 1946 Elliott, N.R. 55 8 1946 Gardner, J.S. 55 9 1946 Garrigus, W.P. 55 10 1946 Good, E.S. 55 11 1946 Haak, P.J. 55 12 1946 Hagman, I.C. 55 13 1946 Humphrey, J.E. 55 14 1946 Hunt, R.H. 55 15 1946 Imlay, R.C. 55 16 1946 Jackson, W.E. 55 17 1946 Johnstone, W.C. 55 18 1946 Jones, S.C. 55 19 1946 Keegan, W.J. 55 20 1946 Kenney, R 55 21 1946 Lewis, C.A. 55 22 1946 Magill, W.W. 55 23 1946 Mahon, C.A. 55 24 1946 McKitrick, J.C. 55 25 1946 Miller, R.C. 55 26 1946 Nesius, E.J. 55 27 1946 Ramsey, R.J. 55 28 1946 Sellards, G 55 29 1946 Smith, F.H. 55 30 1946 Survant, W.G. 55 31 1946 Threlkeld, D 55 32 1946 Vennes, L.A. 55 33 1946 Weldon, M 55 34 1946 Whitehouse, J.W. 55 35 1946 Wilford, E.J. 55 36 1946 Admin & Misc 56 1 1947 Alexander, Elmer 56 2 1947 Barkman, J.O. 56 3 1947 Curnutt, V 56 4 1947 Elliott, P.R. 56 5 1947 Ford, R.H. 56 6 1947 Gardner, J.S. 56 7 1947 Good, E.S. 56 8 1947 Humphrey, J.E. 56 9 1947 Hagman, I.C. 56 10 1947 Hunt, R.A. 56 11 1947 Imlay, Flo 56 12 1947 Jackson, W.E. 56 13 1947 Johnstone, W.C. 56 14 1947 Jones, S.C. 56 15 1947 Kelley, J.B. 56 16 1947 Kenney, R.B. 56 17 1947 Lewis, C.A. 56 18 1947 Magill, W.W. 56 19 1947 Mahan, C.A. 56 20 1947 Miller, R.C. 56 21 1947 Nesius, E.J. 56 22 1947 Ramsey, R.J. 56 23 1947 Survant, W.G. 56 24 1947 Sellards, G 56 25 1947 Threlkeld, D 56 26 1947 Vennes, J.A. 56 27 1947 Weldon, M 56 28 1947 Whitehouse, J.W. 56 29 1947 Administration 57 1 1948 Barker, J.O. 57 2 1948 Curnutt, V 57 3 1948 Daniel, E.F. 57 4 1948 Elliott, N.R. 57 5 1948 Ford, R.H. 57 6 1948 Foster, J.H. 57 7 1948 Gardner, J.S. 57 8 1948 Haak, P.J. 57 9 1948 Hagman, J.D. 57 10 1948 Hopper, R.C. 57 11 1948 Humphrey, J.C. 57 12 1948 Hunt, R.A. 57 13 1948 Imlay, F 57 14 1948 Jackson, W.E. 57 15 1948 Johnstone, W.C. 57 16 1948 Jones, S.C. 57 17 1948 Lewis, C.A. 57 18 1948 Kelley, M.J. 57 19 1948 Kenney, R 57 20 1948 Leonard, L.B. 57 21 1948 Magill, W.W. 57 22 1948 Mahon, C.A. 57 23 1948 Miller, R.C. 57 24 1948 Ramsey, R.J. 57 25 1948 Sellards, G 57 26 1948 Smith, F.H. 57 27 1948 Survant, W.G. 57 28 1948 Threlkeld, D 57 29 1948 Vennes, L.A. 57 30 1948 Welch, E.G. 57 31 1948 Weldon, M 57 32 1948 Whitehouse, J.W. 57 33 1948 Wyatt, C.E. 57 34 1948 Barkman, J.O. 58 1 1949 Binkley, W 58 2 1949 Bryant, T.R. 58 3 1949 Clifton, C.M. 58 4 1949 Curnutt, V 58 5 1949 Daniel, E.F. 58 6 1949 Elliott, N.R. 58 7 1949 Ford, R.F. 58 8 1949 Gardner, J.S. 58 9 1949 Haak, P.J. 58 10 1949 Hagman, L 58 11 1949 Hopper, R.C. 58 12 1949 Humphrey, T.E. 58 13 1949 Hunt, R.A. 58 14 1949 Imlay, Flo 58 15 1949 Jackson, W.E. 59 1 1949 Jones, S.C. 59 2 1949 Kelley, J.J. 59 3 1949 Kenney, R 59 4 1949 Leonard, L.B. 59 5 1949 Lewis, C.A. 59 6 1949 Magill, W.W. 59 7 1949 Mahon, C.A. 59 8 1949 Miller, R.C. 59 9 1949 Ramsey, R.J. 59 10 1949 Sellards, G 59 11 1949 Smith, F.H. 59 12 1949 Threlkeld, D 59 13 1949 Vennes, L.A. 59 14 1949 Welch, E.G. 59 15 1949 Weldon, M 59 16 1949 Whitehouse, J.W. 59 17 1949 Wyatt, C.E. 59 18 1949 Barkman, J.O. 59 19 1950 Binkley, W 59 20 1950 Bryant, T.R. 59 21 1950 Curnutt, V 59 22 1950 Daniel, E.F. 60 1 1950 Elliott, N.R. 60 2 1950 Ford, R.H. 60 3 1950 Foster, J.W. 60 4 1950 Gardner, J.S. 60 5 1950 Haak, P.J. 60 6 1950 Hagman, I.C. 60 7 1950 Hopper, R.C. 60 8 1950 Humphrey, J.C. 60 9 1950 Hunt, R.H. 60 10 1950 Imlay, F 60 11 1950 Jackson, W.E. 60 12 1950 Johnstone, W.C. 60 13 1950 Jones, S.C. 60 14 1950 Kenney, R 60 15 1950 Lewis, C.A. 60 16 1950 Kelley, M.J. 60 17 1950 Magill, W.W. 60 18 1950 Mahan, C.A. 60 19 1950 Miller, R.C. 60 20 1950 Ramsey, R.J. 60 21 1950 Rider, R.R. 60 22 1950 Threlkeld, D 60 23 1950 Vennes, L.A. 60 24 1950 Welch, E.G. 60 25 1950 Weldon, M 60 26 1950 Whitehouse, J.W. 60 27 1950 Wyatt, C.E. 60 28 1950 Barkman, C.O 61 1 1951 Bryant, T.R. 61 2 1951 Covey, J.E. 61 3 1951 Curnutt, V 61 4 1951 Daniel, E.F. 61 5 1951 Elliott, N.R. 61 6 1951 Flannery, R 61 7 1951 Ford, R.H. 61 8 1951 Gardner, J.S. 61 9 1951 Haak, P.J. 61 10 1951 Hagman, J.C. 61 11 1951 Hopper, R.C. 61 12 1951 Humphrey, J.E. 61 13 1951 Hunt, R.A. 61 14 1951 Imlay, F 61 15 1951 Jackson, W.E. 61 16 1951 Johnstone, W.E. 61 17 1951 Kelley, M.J. 61 18 1951 Kelley, J.B. 61 19 1951 Kenney, R 61 20 1951 Leonard, L.B. 61 21 1951 Lewis, C.A. 61 22 1951 Magill, W.A. 61 23 1951 Mahan, C.A. 61 24 1951 Miller, R.C. 61 25 1951 Ramsey, R.T. 61 26 1951 Rider, R.R. 61 27 1951 Sellards, G 61 28 1951 Threlkeld, D 61 29 1951 Vennes, L.A. 61 30 1951 Weldon, M 61 31 1951 Whitehouse, J.W. 62 1 1951 Wyatt, C.E. 62 2 1951 Farm & Home Convention 62 3 1952 Barkman, J.O. 62 4 1952 Bryant, T.R. 62 5 1952 Corder, G.D. 62 6 1952 Curnutt, V 62 7 1952 Daniel, E.F. 62 8 1952 Elliott, N.R. 62 9 1952 Flannery, R.L 62 10 1952 Ford, R.H. 62 11 1952 Gardner, J.S. 62 12 1952 Haak, P.J. 62 13 1952 Hagman, I.C. 62 14 1952 Hopper, R.C. 62 15 1952 Hunt, R.A. 62 16 1952 Imlay, Flo 62 17 1952 Insko, W.M. 62 18 1952 Jackson, W.E. 62 19 1952 Johnstone, W.C. 62 20 1952 Kelley, J.J. 62 21 1952 Kenney, R 63 1 1952 Lewis, C.A. 63 2 1952 Leonard, L.B. 63 3 1952 Magill, W.W. 63 4 1952 Mahan, C.A. 63 5 1952 Miller, R.C. 63 6 1952 Newman, J.H. 63 7 1952 Ramsey, R.I. 63 8 1952 Sealth, D.M. 63 9 1952 Sellards, G 63 10 1952 Threlkeld, D 63 11 1952 Vennes, L.A. 63 12 1952 Welch, E.G. 63 13 1952 Weldon, M 63 14 1952 Whitehouse, J.W. 63 15 1952 Wyatt, C.E. 63 16 1952 Bryant, T.R. 63 17 1953 Curnutt, V 63 18 1953 Daniel, E.F. 63 19 1953 Elliott, N.R. 63 20 1953 Fortenbury, B.W. 63 21 1953 Foster, J.W. 63 22 1953 Gardner, I.S. 63 23 1953 Haak, P.J. 63 24 1953 Hagman, I.C. 63 25 1953 Hopper, R.C. 64 1 1953 Hunt, R.A. 64 2 1953 Imlay, F 64 3 1953 Jackson, W.E. 64 4 1953 Kelley, M 64 5 1953 Leonard, L.B. 64 6 1953 Mackey, E 64 7 1953 Magill, W.W. 64 8 1953 Mahan, C.A. 64 9 1953 Miller, R.C. 64 10 1953 Newman, J.H. 64 11 1953 Ramsey, R.I. 64 12 1953 Sealth, D.M. 64 13 1953 Sellards, G 64 14 1953 Threlkeld, D 64 15 1953 Vennes, L.A. 64 16 1953 Welch, E.G. 64 17 1953 Weldon, M 64 18 1953 Whitehouse, J.W. 64 19 1953 Wyatt, C.E. 64 20 1953 Administration 64 21 1954 Armstrong, W.D. 64 22 1954 Bondurant, C.O. 64 23 1954 Bryant, T.R. 64 24 1954 Button, M 65 1 1954 Corder, G.P. 65 2 1954 10Duncan, J.G. 65 3 1954 Elliott, N.R. 65 4 1954 Fortenbury, B.W. 65 5 1954 Gardner, I.S. 65 6 1954 Haak, P.J. 65 7 1954 Hagman, I.C. 65 8 1954 Hopper, R.C. 65 9 1954 Hunt, R.H. 65 10 1954 Imlay, F 65 11 1954 Jackson, W.E. 65 12 1954 Kelley, J.B. 65 13 1954 Kelley, M.J. 65 14 1954 Latzke, V 65 15 1954 Leonard, L.B. 65 16 1954 Magill, W.W. 65 17 1954 Mahan, C.A. 65 18 1954 Miller, W.W. 65 19 1954 Newman, J.A. 65 20 1954 Phillips, S.H. 65 21 1954 Ramsey, R.J. 65 22 1954 Scherdenhelm, E.C. 65 23 1954 Sellards, G 65 24 1954 Vennes, L.A. 65 25 1954 Welch, F.J. 65 26 1954 Weldon, M 65 27 1954 Whitehouse, J.W. 65 28 1954 Young, H.M. 65 29 1954 Allen, S.Q. 66 1 1955 Armstrong, W.D. 66 2 1955 Bartlett, M 66 3 1955 Corder, G.D. 66 4 1955 Kelley, J.B. 66 5 1955 Farmer, W.I. 66 6 1955 Fortenbury, B.F. 66 7 1955 Gardner, J.S. 66 8 1955 Graddy, L.C. 66 9 1955 Hunt, R.A. 66 10 1955 Hibberd, M.W. 66 11 1955 Hopper, R 66 12 1955 Hagman, I.C. 66 13 1955 Haak, P.J. 66 14 1955 Logan, M.M. 66 15 1955 Leonard, L 66 16 1955 Latzke, V 66 17 1955 Imlay, F 66 18 1955 Phillips, S.H. 66 19 1955 Parsons, A.R. 66 20 1955 Newman, J.A. 66 21 1955 Miller, R.C. 66 22 1955 Mahan, C.A. 66 23 1955 Magill, W.W. 66 24 1955 Ramsey, R.J. 67 1 1955 Scheindenhelm, E.C. 67 2 1955 Sellards, Graddy 67 3 1955 Smith, J.A. 67 4 1955 Welch, F 67 5 1955 Weldon, M 67 6 1955 Whitehouse, J.W. 67 7 1955 Allen, S.Q. 67 8 1956 Armstrong, W.A. 67 9 1956 Bartlett, M 67 10 1956 Browning, W 67 11 1956 Elliott, N.R. 67 12 1956 Farmer, W.I. 67 13 1956 Fortenbury, B.W. 67 14 1956 Haak, P.J. 67 15 1956 Hibberd, M.W. 67 16 1956 Leonard, L 67 17 1956 Hopper, R.C. 67 18 1956 Hunt, R.A. 67 19 1956 Logan, M.M. 67 20 1956 Marlowe, G.A. 67 21 1956 Miller, H.G. 67 22 1956 Miller, R.C. 67 23 1956 Mills, K. 67 24 1956 Morris, G 67 25 1956 Newman, J 67 26 1956 Pendergrass, G.D. 67 27 1956 Phillips, S.H. 67 28 1956 Pierce, H.H. 67 29 1956 Ramsey, R.J. 67 30 1956 Scheindenhelm, E.C. 67 31 1956 Sellards, G 67 32 1956 Threlkeld, D 67 33 1956 Vennes, L.A. 68 1 1956 Welch, F.J. 68 2 1956 Administration (4 files) 68 3 1956 General Program Reports (2 files) 68 4 1956 Allen, S.Q. 68 5 1957 Armstrong, W.D. 68 6 1957 Bybee, E 68 7 1957 Cullahan, S.E. 68 8 1957 Elliott, N.R. 68 9 1957 Farmer, W.I. 68 10 1957 Fortenbury, B.W. 68 11 1957 Gardner, J.S. 68 12 1957 Garside, M.S. 68 13 1957 Graddy, I.C. 68 14 1957 Gulley, M 68 15 1957 Henning, A 68 16 1957 Hopper, R 68 17 1957 Hunt, R.A. 68 18 1957 Lamphar, B.F. 68 19 1957 Leonard, L.B. 68 20 1957 Logan, M.M. 68 21 1957 Marlowe, G.N. 68 22 1957 Miller, H.F. 68 23 1957 Miller, R.C. 68 24 1957 Mills, K.C. 68 25 1957 Nesius, E.J. 68 26 1957 Newman, J.A. 68 27 1957 Phillips, S.A. 69 1 1957 Ramsey, R.J. 69 2 1957 Russell, E.R. 69 3 1957 Saunders, R 69 4 1957 Scheindenhelm, E.C. 69 5 1957 Sellards, G 69 6 1957 Stallard, F 69 7 1957 Threlkeld, D 69 8 1957 Welch, F 69 9 1957 Whittenburg, H.W. 69 10 1957 Miscellaneous 69 11 1957 Admin & Press 69 12 1958 Allen, S.Q. 69 13 1958 Bartlett, M 69 14 1958 Bondurant, C.O. 69 15 1958 Bybee, E.W. 69 16 1958 Callahan, S.A. 69 17 1958 Corder, G.D. 69 18 1958 Dixon, C 69 19 1958 Elliott, N.R. 69 20 1958 Fortenbury, B.W. 69 21 1958 Graddy, I.C. 69 22 1958 Gully, M 69 23 1958 Helton, E 69 24 1958 Henning, A 69 25 1958 Hopper, R.C. 69 26 1958 Hunt, Russell A 69 27 1958 Jasper, L.W. 69 28 1958 Leonard, L 69 29 1958 Love, H.G. 69 30 1958 Phillips, S.H. 69 31 1958 Magill, W.W. 69 32 1958 Marlowe, G.A. 70 1 1958 Miller, R.C. 70 2 1958 Mills, K 70 3 1958 Nesius, E.J. 70 4 1958 Newman, J.A. 70 5 1958 Pendergrass, G.D. 70 6 1958 Robertson, R 70 7 1958 Ross, J.P. 70 8 1958 Saunders, R.L. 70 9 1958 Scheindenhelm, E.C. 70 10 1958 Sellards, G 70 11 1958 Stallard, Frances 70 12 1958 Thompson, W 70 13 1958 Threlkeld, D 70 14 1958 Welch, F.J. 70 15 1958 Administration 70 16 1959 Allen, S.Q. 70 17 1959 Armstrong, W.D. 70 18 1959 Bartlett, M 70 19 1959 Binkley, W.C. 70 20 1959 Bondurant, C.O. 70 21 1959 Brockman, F 70 22 1959 Browder, M.D. 70 23 1959 Bybee, E.W. 70 24 1959 Callahan, S.A. 70 25 1959 Dixon, Charlie 70 26 1959 Driskell, B.M. 70 27 1959 Fortenbury, B.W. 70 28 1959 Graddy, I.C. 70 29 1959 Harris, C.E. 70 30 1959 Hilton, E 70 31 1959 Hemming, A 70 32 1959 Hopper, R 70 33 1959 Hunt, R.A. 70 34 1959 Jasper, L.W. 70 35 1959 Kilpatrick, E.J. 70 36 1959 Leonard, L.B. 70 37 1959 Magill, W.W. 70 38 1959 Miller, R.C. 70 39 1959 Mills, K 70 40 1959 Newman, J 71 1 1959 Pendergrass, G.D. 71 2 1959 Phillips, S.H. 71 3 1959 Ramsey, R 71 4 1959 Robertson, R 71 5 1959 Ross, J.P. 71 6 1959 Saunders, R.L. 71 7 1959 Scheindenhelm, E.C. 71 8 1959 Sellards, G 71 9 1959 Stacy, J.K. 71 10 1959 Stellard, F 71 11 1959 Thompson, W 71 12 1959 Threlkeld, D 71 13 1959 Whittenburg, H.W. 71 14 1959 Cornelius, F.R. 71 15 1959 Fish, E.E. 71 16 1959 Garside, M.S. 71 17 1959 Hart, L.C. 71 18 1959 Herbst, G.R. 71 19 1959 Howell, W.B. 71 20 1959 Hume, Robert 71 21 1959 Johnson, R.O. 71 22 1959 Kilpatrick, A.P. 71 23 1959 McDaniel, F 71 24 1959 Mitchell, C.W. 71 25 1959 Noffsing, E.J. 71 26 1959 Perkinson, C.D. 71 27 1959 Riley, T.L. 71 28 1959 Saunders, R.L. 71 29 1959 Wiggington, R 71 30 1959 Buchanan, C.B. 72 1 1960 Claxsen, J.L. 72 2 1960 Finch, J.H. 72 3 1960 Forkner, H.R. 72 4 1960 Grey, P.H. 72 5 1960 Ham, E.B. 72 6 1960 Harris, B.S. 72 7 1960 Haxson, L.F. 72 8 1960 Manly, A.L. 72 9 1960 Maxey, M.R. 72 10 1960 Porter, S.A. 72 11 1960 Ruggle, Ed 72 12 1960 Stephens, J.I. 72 13 1960 Uty, A 72 14 1960 Watlington, P.R. 72 15 1960 White, R.W. 72 16 1960 Allen, S.Q. 72 17 1960 Armstrong, W.D. 72 18 1960 Bartlett, M 72 19 1960 Brinkley, W.C. 72 20 1960 Bohanan, S.C. 72 21 1960 Brockman, F 72 22 1960 Browden, M 72 23 1960 Callahan, S.A. 72 24 1960 Dixon, C 72 25 1960 Driskell, B.N. 72 26 1960 Fortenbury, B.W. 72 27 1960 Gay, Nelson 72 28 1960 Graddy, I.C. 72 29 1960 Hall, M 73 1 1960 Harris, C.E. 73 2 1960 Helton, E 73 3 1960 Hopper, R.C. 73 4 1960 Hunt, R.A. 73 5 1960 Jasper, L.W. 73 6 1960 Kilpatrick, E.J. 73 7 1960 Knarr, C.A. 73 8 1960 Leonard, L.B. 73 9 1960 Lickert, G.M. 73 10 1960 Love, H.G. 73 11 1960 Magill, W.W. 73 12 1960 Miller, R.C. 73 13 1960 Nesius, E.J. 73 14 1960 Newman, J.A. 73 15 1960 Parker, F.J. 73 16 1960 Pendergrass, G.B. 73 17 1960 Phillips, S.H. 73 18 1960 Ramsey, R.J. 73 19 1960 Robertson, B.R. 73 20 1960 Ross, J.P. 73 21 1960 Saudley, Z 73 22 1960 Saunders, R 73 23 1960 Scheindenhelm, E.C. 73 24 1960 Sellards, G 73 25 1960 Stacy, J.K. 73 26 1960 Thompson, W.G. 73 27 1960 Threlkeld, D 73 28 1960 Whittenburg, H.W. 73 29 1960 Allen, S.Q. 73 30 1961 Bartlett, M 73 31 1961 Bondurant, C.O. 73 32 1961 Browder, M.D. 73 33 1961 Callahan, S.A. 73 34 1961 Coleman, L.A. 73 35 1961 Dinsmore, A 73 36 1961 Dixon, C 73 37 1961 Garrigus, W.P. 73 38 1961 Hall, M.D. 73 39 1961 Harris, C.E. 73 40 1961 Helton, E 73 41 1961 Hopper, R.C. 74 1 1961 Magill, W.W. 74 2 1961 Miller, R.C. 74 3 1961 Mobley, J 74 4 1961 New, E 74 5 1961 Newman, J.A. 74 6 1961 Pendergrass, G.D. 74 7 1961 Ross, J.P. 74 8 1961 Rothwell, H.E. 74 9 1961 Scheindenhelm, E.C. 74 10 1961 Sellards, Graddy 74 11 1961 Stacy, J.K. 74 12 1961 Stallard, F 74 13 1961 Threlkeld, D 74 14 1961 Welch, F.J. 74 15 1961 Experiment Station Series VII. 1888 - 1964 Scope and Contents note The Experiment Station series consists largely of correspondence between Melville Amasa Scovell and numerous others about the experiment station located on the University of Kentucky's campus. Correspondence is handwritten or typed and some contain the original envelopes. There is also a large amount of information on the various research activities of the College of Agriculture on topics including rural health, medical care, tobacco crops, farm labor, and fertilizer. M.A. Scovell, USDA A-J 1908-12 75 1 M.A. Scovell, USDA J-Z 1908-12 75 2 M.A. Scovell, USDA 1888-1901 75 3 M.A. Scovell, USDA 1888-1898 75 4 A - Gaines 76 1 1899-1900 G-Y 76 2 1901-02 M-S 76 3 1901-03 S-Z 76 4 1903-1905 76 5 1905 - March 2, 1906 77 1 1907 - April 1908 77 2 1908 - May 1909 77 3 Horticulture Applicants A-M 1902-04 77 4 Horticulture Applicants M-Z 1902-04 77 5 1893-94 AAAC & ES 78 1 1895-97 AAAC & ES 78 2 Assoc of Official Agriculture Chemists - Scovell & A.M. Peter: A-M 1893-05 78 3 Assoc of Official Agriculture Chemists - Scovell & A.M. Peter: M-Z 1893-05 78 4 American Jersey Cattle Club 78 5 Applicants for positions 1907-13 79 1--2 1895 - 1900 79 3--5 Fishing Club 79 6 U.K. Personnel, correspondence with or about 79 7 Reports A-E, F-Z 80 1--2 Monthly metrological summary 80 3--4 Fertilizers 1889-90 81 1 Fertilizers A-G 1891 81 2 Fertilizers H-Z 1891 81 3 Seed wheat and Fertilizers 1891-1901 81 4--5 Fertilizers - Correspondence and material related to 1898-1905 82 1 Fertilizers - Shipments into Kentucky 1898-1905 82 2 Fertilizers - 1904 82 3--6 Sugar Beet Seed - Correspondence 1898 83 1 Dairy Testing 1893-1904 83 2--3 Sugar Beet Seed - Application for and list of those receiving 1898 83 4 Law Pertaining to seed adulteration 1906-1912 83 5 Lime Laws 1906-1912 83 6 Pure Food 1906-07 84 1 Printing and Supplies 1899-1906 84 2--3 Pure Food (including whiskey, etc.) 1906-08 84 4 Supplies and Services A-R 1893-98 84 5 Supplies and Services S-Z 1893-98 85 1 Supplies and Services - Bids 1908-13 85 2--3 Supplies and equipment services 1910-11 A-F, G-Z 85 4--5 Land, Livestock and Publications 1910-11 86 1--2 Citizens Life Insurance County 1906-09 86 3--4 State Fair A-M 1907-09 86 5 State Fair N-Z, 1907-09 87 1 State Fair A-N, 1910-13 87 2 State Fair O-Z, 1910-13 87 3 General, Alphabetical A, 1907-09 87 4 General, Alphabetical A, 1910-11 87 5 General B, 1907-09 88 1--2 General C, 1907-09 88 3--4 General C-Cla, 1910-11 88 5 General Clb-Cz, 1910-11 89 1 General C, 1912-13 89 2 General D, 1904-06 89 3--5 General D-E, 1910-11 89 6 General D, 1910-13 90 1 General E, 1904-13 90 2--6 General F, 1904-06 90 7 General F, 1909-13 90 8 General F, 1906-10 91 1--2 General G, 1904-09 91 3--5 General G, 1909-13 92 1--3 General H, 1904-09 92 4--5 General H, 1906-13 93 1--5 General I, 1890-1913 93 6 General J, 1890-1913 94 1--3 General K, 1890-1911 94 4--5 General K, 1912-13 95 1 General L, 1890-1914 95 2--6 General M, 1897-1909 96 1--6 General M, 1908-13 97 1--4 General N, 1903-13 97 5 General O, 1904-06 97 6 General O, 1912-13 98 1 General P, Q, 1907-09 98 2 General P, 1903-13 98 3--5 General R, 1903-06 98 6--7 General R-Ri, 1907-09 98 8 General R, 1908-13 99 1--4 General S, 1903-06 99 5--6 General S, 1908-11 100 1--5 General S, 1911-13 101 1 General T, 1896-1909 101 2--6 General T, 1910-13 102 1--2 General U, 1907-13 102 3 General V, 1903-13 102 4--5 General W-Wik, 1896-1903 102 6--7 General, Wil-Z, 1896-98 102 8 General Wil-Z, 1898-1903 103 1 General W, 1906-09 103 2--6 General Y-Z, 1899-1913 104 1 Business Correspondence 1907-10 104 2--3 Serum Lab 7/1913 - 6/1914 105 1 Serum Lab 7/1914 - 6/1915 105 2 Serum Lab July-Dec daily reports 105 3 Agriculture and Home Economics Courses 1912-13 105 4 January 1954-Decemeber 1961 106 1 January 1962-December 1963; January 1963-June 1966 106 2 Tobacco and Health misc correspondence 1964 106 3 Tobacco Materials Series VIII. 1911 - 1919 Scope and Contents note The Tobacco Materials series consists of several ledgers containing records of John W. Hunt and Sons as well as records of the Growers Warehouse Co. located in Maysville, KY. Pooled Tobacco Crops 1911 - March 13, 1916 108 1--6 Pooled Tobacco Crops 1911 - March 13, 1916 109 1--6 Pooled Tobacco Crops 1911 - 1919 110 1--5 Pooled Tobacco Crops Feb 9, 1916 - March 13, 1919 111 1--8 Pooled Tobacco Crops Feb 9, 1916 - March 13, 1919 112 1--8 College of Agriculture Feed & Fertilizer Journal 1951 114 1 Photographic Materials Series IX. circa 1900-1966; predominate 1920s-1940s Scope and Contents note The Photographic Materials series contains glass lantern slides, glass negatives, film transparencies, film negatives, and prints. Subjects include farm machinery and tools, livestock, structures, crops, and activities. Many materials are instructional in nature, and were probably intended for classroom or research use, in addition to chronicling competitions. Lantern slides i Scope and Contents note Lantern slides are positive images on glass intended for projection. Many images in this collection are hand-tinted, and depict crops, livestock, water-related activities, farm structures, and machinery. Tennessee Valley Authority i Scope and Contents note Images in this series were labeled with TVA and mostly depict water-related structures and activities. Crimson clover, 653-1 P1 1 undated Graves County farm P1 2 undated Plowing, 520B P1 3 undated Graves County, cattle P1 4 undated Terraced crop, 55 P1 5 undated Graves County log cabin P1 6 undated Graves County, old man in ditch P1 7 undated McKitrick, planting barley with tobacco P1 8 undated Hillside farm P1 9 undated Log cabin, hill P1 10 undated Drainage project, Kentucky R9 P1 11 undated Dam, Kentucky R7 P1 12 undated Horse herding sheep P1 13 undated Washing clothes outside, 254H P1 14 undated "Keep Kentucky farms green", 778 P1 15 undated Men spanning a drainage ditch P1 16 undated Rye and clover hay P1 17 undated Weighing hay P1 18 undated Graves County field P1 19 undated Milling/separating chaffe from grain, Kentucky R P1 20 undated TVA agricultural images P1 21-38 undated TVA agricultural images P2 1-41 undated TVA agricultural images P3 1-38 undated TVA agricultural images P4 1-38 undated TVA agricultural images P5 1-2 undated Drainage ditch P22 1-2 undated Digging a ditch P22 5-10 undated Digging a ditch P23 1-2 undated Digging a ditch P23 6 undated Crops ii Scope and Contents note Images in this series depict crops, including hay crops, tobacco, vegetables, and fruit. Clover; bluegrass; flowers P5 3-6 1938; undated "Tree dentistry" P6 23 undated Agricultural Engineering: field P9 21 undated Agricultural Engineering: woman with oranges P9 30 undated Agricultural Engineering: crops P9 34-37 undated Agricultural Engineering: Corn P10 34 undated Man by corn field P23 5 undated Livestock iii Scope and Contents note Includes images of heritage breeds of cattle, pigs, sheep, and horses. Livestock images P5 7-8 undated Agricultural Engineering: Hogs P9 6 undated Hereford steers P10 35-36 1933-1937 Hereford steers: "Gr. Ch. Carload" -- cattle in a pen P10 37 1947 Hereford steer P10 38 1948 Hereford steers P11 1-3 1949-1953 Aberdeen-Angus steers P11 4-7 undated Aberdeen-Angus steer: Erwin C. P11 8 undated Aberdeen-Angus steers P11 9-12 1922-1927 Aberdeen-Angus steer: "L. Revolution" P11 13 1928 Aberdeen-Angus steers P11 14-18 1929-1938 Aberdeen-Angus steer: "Gr. Ch. Angus bull" P11 19 1949 Aberdeen-Angus steer P11 20 1929 Aberdeen-Angus cows P11 21-25 undated Aberdeen-Angus cow: "Pride Protest" P11 26 1922 Aberdeen-Angus cows P11 27-35 1928-1936 Unidentified cow P11 36 undated Aberdeen-Angus steers P11 37-39 undated Duroc Jersey boars P12 1-3 undated Duroc Jersey sow P12 4 undated Duroc Jersey sow P12 5 undated Duroc Jersey sows P12 6-11 undated Duroc Jersey barrow P12 12 undated Duroc Jersey barrows P12 13 1929 Duroc Jersey barrows P12 14-15 circa 1924-1950 Hampshire boar P12 16 1924 Hampshire sow P12 17 undated Hampshire sows P12 18-21 undated Berkshire-Neopolitan cross P12 22 undated Hampshire barrows P12 23 undated Milking shorthorn bull, "Roan Silver King" P12 24 1928 Shorthorn bull P12 25 1929 Shorthorn bull P12 26 1933 Shorthorn cow, "Bessie Butter Cub" P12 27 undated Shorthorn cows P12 28-35 circa 1920-1937 Devon bull P12 36 undated Devon cow, "Red Rose" P12 37 undated Devon herd P12 38 undated Berkshire boar P13 1 undated Berkshire boar P13 2 undated Berkshire boars P13 3-5 undated "Old type Berkshire" illustration P13 6 undated Berkshire sow P13 7 undated Berkshire sow, "points of the pig" P13 8 undated Berkshire sow P13 9 1924 Aberdeen Angus steer, "Broadus White Socks" P13 10 1923 Aberdeen Angus steers P13 11-19 1929-1951 Shorthorn bulls P13 20-23 undated Shorthorn bull, "Shenstone albino" P13 24 undated Shorthorn bulls P13 25-38 circa 1927-1933 Shorthorn bulls P14 1-6 1934-1953 Shorthorn cows P14 7-8 circa 1951 Shorthorn cow, "White heifer that traveled" (illus.) P14 9 undated Shorthorn cows P14 10-11 undated Shorthorn cow, "Wagner's Princess" P14 12 1913 Shorthorn cows P14 13-21 circa 1921-1929 Horses P14 22-23 undated Stallion P14 24 undated Horses P14 25-29 undated Horse P14 30 undated Horses P14 31-38 undated Horses P15 1-9 undated Man with work horse P15 10 undated Work horses P15 11-15 undated Work horse P15 16 undated Horses P15 17-23 undated Steer and cows P15 24-25 undated Shorthorns P15 26 undated 2 sheep P15 27 undated Steers P15 28-31 undated Pigs at trough P15 32 undated Steers and pigs P15 33-36 undated Sheep (separate emulsion) P15 37 undated Pig P15 38 undated Pigs P16 1-4 undated Cattle P16 5-17 undated Woman with steer P16 18 undated Angus, hereford, and shorthorn cattle P16 19-24 undated Pigs P16 25-26 undated Sheep P16 27 undated Cattle and sheep P16 28-30 undated Pigs P16 31 undated Angus, hereford, and shorthorn cattle P16 32-37 undated Barrows P16 38 undated Sheep P17 1 undated Steer P17 2 undated Horse P17 3 undated Hereford bulls, illustrations P17 4-10 undated Hereford bulls P17 11-15 1913-1923 Hereford bull, "Laurel Perfection" P17 16 1924 Hereford bulls P17 17-23 1927-1938 Hereford cow, "Silvia" illustration P17 24 undated Hereford cows P17 25-27 undated Hereford cow P17 28 undated Hereford cows P17 29-38 circa 1919-1938 Herefords P18 1-3 1924-1953 Hampshire barrow P18 4 1929 Hampshire barrows P18 5-8 1936-1951 Poland China boar, "Old style Warren County hog," illustration P18 9 undated Poland China boar, "Star of the West," illustration P18 10 undated Poland China boar P18 11 undated Poland China boar P18 12 undated Poland China boars P18 13-15 circa 1924-1928 Poland China sows P18 16-21 undated Poland China sow, "Champion Lady" P18 22 1928 Poland China barrows P18 23-30 circa 1929-1951 Tamworth boars P18 31-32 undated Tamworth boar P18 33 undated Tamworth sows P18 34-35 undated Tamworth sow P18 36 undated Shorthorn cows P18 37-38 1929 Shorthorn cows P19 1-2 1933 Shorthorn cow, "Rosewood of Helfred" P19 3 1936 Shorthorn cows P19 4-5 1938, 1950 Shorthorn steers P19 6-14 circa 1922-1946 Galloway bulls P19 15-17 undated Galloway cow, "Daisy Dimple" P19 18 undated Galloway cow P19 19 undated Galloway steers P19 20-21 undated Red polled bulls P19 22-25 undated Red polled cow P19 26 undated Red polled cow, "Cosy" P19 27 undated Red polled cows P19 28-29 undated Red polled steers P19 30-31 undated Red polled steer P19 32 1933 Sussex bull P19 33 undated West Highland bull P19 34 undated Longhorn bull P19 35 undated Longhorn cow P19 36 undated Farm Operations iv Scope and Contents note This series includes farm activities, machinery and tools, including a group of slides concerning the development of the small tractor. Farm equipment images P5 9-14 undated Dipping tank P5 25 undated Preparing fields P5 36-38 undated Concrete swimming tank for poultry P6 6 undated Milking stalls P6 7 undated Holt tractor P6 8 undated Tractor tread P6 9 undated Holt tractor P6 10 undated Lime pulver at work P6 11 undated Disking P6 12 undated Field work P6 14-22 undated Development of small tractors: Tractors P6 25-30 1901-1918 Development of small tractors: Allis-Chalmers 6-12 P6 31 1918 Development of small tractors: Tractors P6 32-33 1919 Development of small tractors: Emerson-Brantingham P6 34 1919 Development of small tractors: Samson P6 35 1919 Development of small tractors: Tractors P6 36-38 1920-1921 Development of small tractors: Tractor P7 1 1925 Development of small tractors: John Deere P7 2 1928 Development of small tractors: Farmall P7 3 1933 Development of small tractors: John Deere P7 4 1934 Development of small tractors: Tractors P7 5-9 1937-1939 Development of small tractors: Farmall P7 10 1939 Haying P7 15 undated Grass seed production P7 16-18 undated Turning hay for grass seeds P7 19 undated Grass seed harvest P7 20-21 undated Mowing with John Deere P7 22 undated Push mower P7 23 undated Haying P7 24 undated Grass seed, bluegrass farm with horses P7 25 undated Grass seed harvest, two women P7 26 undated Grass seed harvest P7 27 undated Grass seed harvest, blade: 2 35 mm frames P7 28 undated Field work P7 29-30 undated Grass seed harvest [?] P7 31 undated Hay P7 32 undated Hay harvest P7 33 undated Agricultural Engineering: Milking rooms, hay wagon P8 30-32 undated Agricultural Engineering: Plowing with a horse by electrical lines P9 20 undated Agricultural Engineering: machinery P9 23-25 undated Agricultural Engineering: Plow with planter P9 27 undated Agricultural Engineering: lime P9 29 undated Agricultural Engineering: discer P9 31 8/18/1939 Agricultural Engineering: wagon P9 33 undated Agricultural Engineering: Plowing P10 2 undated Agricultural Engineering: carting limestone P10 6 undated Agricultural Engineering: working fields P10 8-9 undated Agricultural Engineering: Furrowing, Hopkins County P10 11 undated Agricultural Engineering: Loading a lime spreader P10 16 undated Agricultural Engineering: Lime quarry, Graves County P10 19 undated Agricultural Engineering: Bagging silage [?] P10 20 undated Agricultural Engineering: Farming tools and practices P10 23-27 undated Agricultural Engineering: Machinery P10 32 undated Mule-drawn plow P23 3-4 undated Mules at work P23 7-9 undated Tractor P23 10 undated Mules at work P24 1-2 undated Men at work P24 3 undated Farm structures v Scope and Contents note Structures include houses, barns, sheds, shelters, troughs, and dipping vats. Barn P5 15 undated Fruit/root cellar P6 4 undated Agricultural Engineering: Houses and shed P7 34-36 undated Agricultural Engineering: Tobacco barn P7 37 undated Agricultural Engineering: Cutting limestone P7 38 undated Agricultural Engineering: Farm structures P8 1-5 undated Agricultural Engineering: Log home P8 6 undated Agricultural Engineering: Tool bench P8 7 undated Agricultural Engineering: Hay barn construction P8 8 undated Agricultural Engineering: Farm structures P8 9-13 undated Agricultural Engineering: Hay feeder P8 14 undated Agricultural Engineering: Woman in doorway P8 15 undated Agricultural Engineering: Hay cart P8 16 undated Agricultural Engineering: Covered hay feeder [?] P8 17 undated Agricultural Engineering: Cellar P8 18 undated Agricultural Engineering: Structures P8 19-27 undated Agricultural Engineering: Large chicken houses P8 28 undated Agricultural Engineering: Waterer P8 29 undated Agricultural Engineering: Hay barn and pond P8 33 undated Agricultural Engineering: Structures P8 34-35 undated Agricultural Engineering: Barn construction P8 36 undated Agricultural Engineering: Barns P8 37-38 undated Agricultural Engineering: Structures P9 1-5 undated Agricultural Engineering: Hen house P9 7 undated Agricultural Engineering: Two men by small building P9 8 undated Agricultural Engineering: Structures P9 10 undated Agricultural Engineering: "rural lines" P9 22 undated Agricultural Engineering: Farmhouse kitchen P9 26 undated Agricultural Engineering: small wood and stone building P9 32 undated Agricultural Engineering: hay barn and fence P10 4 undated Agricultural Engineering: Housing, Kuttawa, Lyon County P10 10 undated Agricultural Engineering: Housing, Kuttawa, Lyon County P10 15 undated Agricultural Engineering: Structures P10 17-18 undated Agricultural Engineering: Structures P10 21-22 undated Agricultural Engineering: Poultry house P10 33 undated Farm buildings and field P22 3 undated Miscellaneous vi Scope and Contents note Various images of farm-related activities and materials. Miscellaneous images P5 16-24 undated Rail depot [?] P6 13 undated Machinery P7 11-14 undated Agricultural Engineering: miscellaneous images of lime use and statistics P9 11-19 undated Agricultural Engineering: pond P9 28 undated Agricultural Engineering: flag P9 38 undated Agricultural Engineering: collage P10 1 undated Agricultural Engineering: picnic P10 3 undated Agricultural Engineering: Marl with sign P10 5 undated Agricultural Engineering: pond, St. Johns P10 7 undated Agricultural Engineering: Graves County P10 12-14 undated Agricultural Engineering: Water and soil management charts/maps P10 28-31 undated Surveying P22 4 undated Advertisements vii Scope and Contents note Includes advertisements for farm implements. J.I. Case and Big Four tractors P5 26-35 undated "Old Hickory" semi-mountain wagon gear P6 1 undated Hind gear used in "Old Hickory" P6 2 undated "Old Hickory" tubular steel axle P6 3 undated Semi-mountain wagon ad P6 5 undated "Old Hickory" P6 24 undated Glass negatives ii Scope and Contents note This subseries is a small collection of plates depicting farm activities, machinery and livestock. Cattle and pigs P20 1-14 undated Drainage ditch P20 15 undated Field work P20 16-22 undated Case machinery P20 23-24 undated Case machinery P20 25 undated Case combine P21 1-2 undated Case combine P21 4 undated Case machinery P21 5 undated Case threshing machinery P21 6 undated Case threshing machinery P21 7 undated Plumbing P21 3 undated Film negatives iii Scope and Contents note Contains images of livestock, farm operations, Kentucky State Fair, Agriculture Train, and 4-H. Animal husbandry -- sheep P25 16-35 circa 1925-1930 Animal husbandry -- prize sheep P25 36-42 November 1926 Animal husbandry -- sheep P25 43-44 circa 1925-1930 Animal husbandry -- Sheep, Spencer County (Ky.) P26 18 1927 Two men with horse/mule-drawn plow P25 1 undated Drainage ditch P25 2 undated Drainage ditch P25 3 undated Drainage ditch P25 4 undated Ditch digging P25 5 undated Tractors in shed/barn P25 6 undated Tractor in field P25 7 undated Men with tractors P25 8 undated Man plowing P25 9 undated Plowing/turning field P25 10 undated Team of mules P25 11 undated Plowing with mules and horses P25 12 undated Team of mules P25 13 undated Team of mules P25 14 undated Discing a field P25 15 undated Transparencies iv Scope and Contents note This small group of seven film transparencies mainly consists of images of hay covering, and also includes images of horses and a seed company. Paper cover for hay wagon P26 1 undated Hay covering P26 2 undated Men covering hay P26 3 undated Covering hay P26 4 undated Covered hay P26 5 undated Covering hay P26 6-13 undated Handful of hay P26 14 undated Bluegrass Seed Harvester Works P26 16-17 undated Horses in field P26 15 undated Prints v Scope and Contents note The Prints series is a large collection including images of farm operations, livestock, crops, and farm structures, the Agriculture Train, 4-H, Kentucky State Fair, and home economics. Farm Operations i Scope and Contents note This series includes farm activities, machinery, tools, the preparing of fields and harvesting of crops M.F. Cable (champion egg eater) sawing wood P29 61 undated Grass seed stripper, Carlisle, Ky. P29 66 June 14, 1938 Hay bale loader P29 70 undated Various farm operations P29 71-74 undated Lime spreader, Paducah, Ky. P29 75 November 16, 1936 Tractors P29 76-77 undated Spraying/dusting plants P30 1-6 undated Tilling P30 8 undated Woman on a Farmall tractor P30 9 1943 Various farm operations P30 10-13 undated Plowing with a Jeep P30 14 undated Sub-soiler P30 15 undated "Summer fantasy", woman on a pickup trailer P30 16 undated "Side delivery rake for straw" P30 17 undated "Universal R tractor operation Model D sheller by power take off drive" P30 18 undated Various farm operations P30 19-20 undated Various farm operations P30 22-24 undated Steaming tobacco bed P30 25 undated Various farm operations P30 26-30 undated Universal Z with 8 ft. Harvester P30 31 undated Universal R with a 4 row driller and fertilizer attachments P30 32 undated Farm machinery P30 33-38 undated "Monstrous plow" P30 39 undated Farm machinery P30 40-54 undated Spraying corn P30 55 undated Various farm operations P30 56-60 undated Measuring corn stalked P31 63 undated "Roots of sprayed and unsprayed weeds" P31 64 undated Men inspecting corn roots P31 65 undated "Machine harvest big corn" P31 71 undated Harvesting corn with John Deere Tracktor P31 72 undated "Universal Z Tracktor and MM Hammermill" P31 73 undated Campbell seed corn dryer P31 74 undated Typical corn dryer P31 75 undated Corn field treated with 2,4-D P32 2 undated Picking corn P32 3 undated Picking corn P32 5 undated Men repairing roof P32 9 undated Tractor ploughing cotton field P32 13 undated Digging irrigation channel in Pakistan P32 48 undated Dusting demonstration P32 49 July 7, 1948 Korean 4-H club P32 50 undated Alfalfa Harvest in Kentucky P32 55 undated Man mows brown sage P32 75 undated Young farmer learns to test soil P33 42 undated Machine washes eggs P33 56 undated Sheering a sheep P34 4 undated planting tobacco P34 34 undated Weeding tobacco? Field P34 35 undated Using machinery to process tobacco P34 37 undated Harvesting tobacco P34 41 undated Cutting tobacco P34 43 undated "One way to burn plant beds" P34 46 undated Universal R Tractor with new MM No.11A tractor disc barrow P34 63 undated MM Universal R Tractor P34 65 undated Victory Farm volunteers P34 69-71 undated "Seeding hemp with common grain drill" P35 2 April, 1942 Barn fire and the importance of fire proofing P35 11 undated Effects of dust storm P35 13 April, 24 1954 Working in irrigation ditch P35 14 April 24, 1954 "Hillside is subsoiled" P35 17 undated Pond and spillway P35 19 undated Farm field to be terraced P35 20 undated Putting lime and phosphate on legumes P35 22 undated Inspecting seeds P35 23 undated Planting cover crops and adding phosphate Perry County P35 24 undated Damaged field P35 28 undated Machine loads hay into barn P35 35 undated Men from Greenville Transfer Company conduct field research P35 37 September 23, 1915 Low cost trailer thrashing machine developed by TVA P35 38 undated Converting swamp land into corn fields P35 41 undated "Mr. Carr uses modern machinery to speed up hay harvest" Gallatin County P35 44 1938 G.M Carr demonstrates modern methods of curing alfalfa hay" Gallatin County P35 45 1938 R.P. Davis uses modern machinery for plowing under wheat and vetch as a green manure crop" Gallatin County P35 46 1938 Bailing hay P35 48 undated Thrashing wheat P35 49 undated "Horse or oxen drawn steam bailer with engine for thrashing P35 50 1953? Thrashing wheat P35 51 undated Rock crusher Gallatin County P35 59 1938 "An inclined plain and wheelbarrow makes it more convenient to put rock on the table" Gallatin County P35 60 1938 Phosphate increases crop yields Gallatin County P35 61 1938 Plowing a field with horses P35 72 undated Wheat cutting on rotation field P36 25 June 14, 1938 Thrashing hemp seed P36 57 undated Aerial view of terraces under construction in Paducah, Kentucky P37 16 undated Picking milkweed P37 17 undated Two views of eroded field P37 19 undated Western Kentucky method of curing soybeans and cowpea hay Graves County P37 28 undated Cultivating onions on farm in Bear Wallow Madison, County P37 30 1915 "Lespedeza holding the gullies" Graves County P37 31 undated "County Agent in a demonstration field" P37 35 1917 "Members of farmers club delivering buckwheat" Pulaski County? P37 36 1917 Farmers use rye as cover crop and to feed livestock Fayette County P37 37 1913 "County Agent W.C. Wilson in a demonstration field of Rye in Pulaski County" P37 38 1918? "A common sight on many mountain farms buckwheat?" P37 39 undated "They go to bank and more notes" Mayfield, Kentucky? P37 45 1917 "Farm of S.R. Ewing Jr. Hopkinsville, Ky? June 24. . .27, 1927. 95 acres wheat without a stop for trouble" P37 47 1927 Plowing hay by horse P37 48 undated Harvesting hay by machine P37 49 undated Indoor plumbing Christian County P37 52 undated "Farm demonstration of spray gun" P37 56 1920? Inspecting phosphate digging at Wallace Statino Woodford County P37 58 March 1912 Corn picker P38 10 undated Large turkey incubators P38 32 undated Prepping tobacco bed P38 42 undated Readying plant beds P38 43 undated Participants in farm management school Daviess County P38 61 undated "Members of Dairy Club started Dairy enterprise" Mayfield, Kentucky P38 64 1917 Field demonstration Henderson, Kentucky P38 73 1921 "An ideal poultry fountain in Whitley County" P38 75 1918 "Preparing corn for planting using larger teams and implements" P39 43 undated "A marl be in Spencer County from which hundreds of tons of marl have been removed" P39 49 undated "Two complete combines use on the farm of H.W. Rosebury, an SCS operator" Paris, Kentucky P42 65 October 21, 1938 Crops ii Scope and Contents note Images in this series depict crops, including hay crops, tobacco, vegetables, and fruit. Removing borer infected corn P30 7 undated Cold frame for seeds P30 61 undated "Grasshoppers at work on Mississippi corn" P31 61 June 30, 1948 "Grasshoppers strip corn" P31 62 undated Corn and weeds P31 66-67 undated "Mulching did this" P31 68 undated "Corn and soybean silage" P31 69 undated Corn in Owsley County P31 70 undated Unidentified plant P32 1 undated Corn field treated with 2,4-D P32 4 undated "Prize corn in hills" P32 6 undated "Kentucky berries in demand" P32 7 undated Berries P32 11 undated Cotton P32 12 undated New forage crops P32 45 undated Assorted forage crops P32 46 1948 Grass infestation in corn P32 47 undated Man inspects wheat P32 68 undated Hemp seed P33 11 undated Man securing hemp seeds P33 12 April 1942 D.C. Rose with hemp Wolfe County P33 13 September 26, 1942 Men observe field P33 20 undated Men observe field Letcher County P33 21 undated Cutting tobacco P34 33 undated Man working tobacco P34 36 undated "Big tobacco in hills" P34 38 undated Dr. Richard Chapman speaking to tobacco farmers P34 39 undated tobacco field P34 40 undated Tobacco P34 44-45 undated Tobacco P34 47 undated Dwarf apple tree P34 49 undated examining peaches P34 51 undated Picking peaches P34 52 undated Chinese Chestnut Tree P35 12 undated Foxtail spreads P35 18 undated Sulfated sunflower P35 25 undated Effects of treated soil on crops P35 26 undated Fescue Woodford County P35 27 undated Results of high yielding strains of corn and potatoes Whitley County P35 36 1913 "Grows big corn" P36 16 undated Tobacco P37 8-13 undated Kentucky Pecan Tree P37 14 undated Fescue in shock P37 18 undated "A field of buckwheat in Pulaski County" P37 34 undated "Corn without stalks" P38 9 undated Black root rot hurts tobacco crop P38 44 undated Man in soybeans Lower Buffalo, Kentucky P38 57 undated "A Whitley County cabbage patch" P38 72 1918 Man walking among tobacco P39 50 undated Corn demonstration plot of W.R. Gary Bancroft, Kentucky. Yield 55 pounds P40 34 undated Corn demonstration of field of J.J. Kennedy. Weir, Kentucky. Yield 55 pounds. P40 35 undated Unidentified crops P41 50 undated Man standing in alfalfa field Caldwell County P41 52 1927 "A crop of soy beans Experiment Station Farm" P41 56 undated Demonstration corn plot of Walter Langley Greenville, Kentucky. The plot received no treatment P41 60 1915 Corn plot received 200 pounds of acid phosphate P41 61 undated Truck being loaded with hay, truck door states "E.W. Krunfus, R1 Elgin, Ill." P39 70 undated Farm Structures iii Scope and Contents note Structures include houses, barns, sheds, shelters, troughs, and dipping vats. Animal husbandry -- Sheep dipping vat, Jessamine County P27 29 1927 Animal husbandry -- Sheep dipping vats, Jessamine County P27 36-37 May 1928 Animal husbandry -- Sheep dipping vats, Jessamine County P27 38 May 1928 Animal husbandry -- Sheep dipping vats, Jessamine County P27 39-46 May 1928 Straw hog house P29 60 undated Boy and well, St. Helena, Ky. P29 62 undated Various farm structures P29 63-65 undated Self-feeding silo P29 67 undated Homemade water aerator P29 68 undated Water system P29 69 undated All weather salt trough P32 10 undated Barn P32 27 undated Calf crib P32 43 undated Calf creek feeder? P32 44 undated Experimental turkey shelters P33 57 undated Farm home P34 20 undated Broader house for poultry P35 30 undated Farm House P35 31 undated Barn at Coldstream Farm P35 32 undated Greenhouse P35 33 undated New experimental sheep building P35 34 September 5, 1915 Reservoir P36 8 undated "Concrete water tank" Bryantsville, Kentucky P36 17 undated Concrete water tank on the farm of D.C. Clark Garrard County P36 18 undated Summer home for chickens P36 64 undated Farm house P37 20 undated Farrowing house P37 21 undated Unknown building Paintlick, Kentucky P37 24 undated Remodeled farm house Lancaster, Kentucky P37 25 undated "Poultry house of boy n Madison County at the time he joined the poultry club" P37 59 1917 "Poultry house of same boy one years after he joined the poultry club" P37 60 1917 Farrowing house P38 49 undated Modern chicken house P38 50 undated Concrete rectangular storage Circle M Farm near Lexington, Kentucky P38 52 undated Feeding plant Mercer County P38 63 undated "An example of an attractive, inexpensive convenient, sanitary tenant house, built in Caldwell County" P38 66 undated "Farm S.R. Ewing Jr. Hopkinsville, Kentucky June 25-27, 1927. 95 acres of wheat without a stop for trouble" P38 67 1927 Chicken shack P38 76 undated Sheep dipping vat P40 30 undated 4-H vi Scope and Contents note Images depicting various 4-H activities and exhibits. Four images of 4-H canning and clothing P44 5 undated Three images of children participating in 4-H activities P44 6 undated Four images of 4-H clothing and room design P44 7 undated 4-H exhibits of agriculture and canning P44 8 undated Champion 4-H cattle P31 31 undated Unidentified 4-H participants P33 16 undated 4-H club members P34 73-75 undated Miss America visits 4-H club congress P35 29 undated Mrs. S.J. Stokes P35 62 undated Helen Garside State 4-H housekeeping champion P36 39 1953 Anette Allen state 4-H canning champion P36 40 1953 William Luce of Ohio County State 4-H service champion P36 41 1953 John Dawson State 4-H dairy champion P36 42 1953 Jor Neely of Simpson County State 4-H beef champion P36 43 1953 Mary Clasby of Fayette County State 4-H room improvement champion P36 46 1953 Roy G. Huffman of Leslie County State 4-H Champion P36 47 1953 Mary Conder of Spencer County State 4-H garden champion P36 48 1953 Lois Allen of Webster County State 4-H leadership champion P36 49 1953 Helen K. Fleeman of Bracken County 4-H clothing champion P36 50 1953 Edwin W. Scott of Green County 4-H paper service champion P36 51 1953 Dorothy Shipley of Barren County 4-H tobacco champion P36 52 1953 Eddie Royal of Ohio County State 4-H sheep champion P36 53 1953 Glennis Porter of Elliot County State 4-H corn champion P36 54 1953 Memorial 4-H house Willisburg, Kentucky P37 22 undated Club members who participated in a health circus P37 68 undated Mae Elizabeth Botts, Sharpsburg, Kentucky winner of 4-H style show P37 69-70 1929 The junior community club episode of the pageant P37 71 undated Children participating in 4-H P38 31 undated Room improvement episode in 4-H Club Pageant P38 80 undated Bell Rose Club Oldham County P38 81 undated Unknown 4-H participants P38 82 undated Children working in a field P38 83 undated Visit to University of Kentucky by Woodford County Girls Club P39 47 April 9, 1920 Room improvements by 4-H girls P40 18 1950 David Morgison? And Alare Morgison? with their cows P40 37 undated Agronomy display at Kentucky State Fair P41 10 1957 Kentucky Stat Fair 4-H booth P42 51-52 1948 "Canning by 4-H club girls" at Kentucky State Fair P42 53-54 1948 Clothing made by 4-H Girls at Kentucky State Fair P42 55-58 1949 Livestock iv Scope and Contents note Includes images of heritage breeds of cattle, pigs, sheep, and horses. Animal husbandry -- Sheep P27 1-8 undated Animal husbandry -- Sheep, tail docking P27 9-22 undated Animal husbandry -- Sheep sale P27 23-24 undated Animal husbandry -- Sheep, transport P27 25 undated Animal husbandry -- Sheep sale P27 26 undated Animal husbandry -- Sheep sale P27 27-28 undated Animal husbandry -- Sheep in field P27 30 undated Animal husbandry -- Sheep dipping vat P27 31 undated Animal husbandry -- Lamb sale P27 32 undated Animal husbandry -- Sheep sale P27 33-35 undated Animal husbandry -- Sheep, field demonstration P27 47 undated Animal husbandry -- Experimental Station: Southdown lambs, International Live Stock Show, Chicago P27 48 1937 Animal husbandry -- Experimental Station: Prize sheep P27 49 November 1926 Animal husbandry -- Experimental Station: Prize sheep P27 50-58 November 1926 Animal husbandry -- Experimental Station: Prize sheep P27 59 November 1926 Animal husbandry -- Experimental Station: Prize sheep P27 60-61 November 1926 Animal husbandry -- Purebred sheep from Canada P27 62-66 July 1924 Animal husbandry -- Experimental Station: sheep P27 67-76 circa 1926-1927 Animal husbandry -- Sheep with rabies, Fayette County P28 1-3 September 25, 1928 Animal husbandry -- Experimental Station: sheep P28 4-7 undated Animal husbandry -- Experimental Station: ewe with two lambs P28 8 1927 Animal husbandry -- Experimental Station: sheep P28 9-11 circa 1927 Animal husbandry -- Experimental Station: sheep P28 12 March 1927 Animal husbandry -- Experimental Station: sheep P28 13-18 March 1927 Animal husbandry -- Experimental Station: sheep P28 19-24 circa 1921-1927 Animal husbandry -- Experimental Station: Kentucky spring lambs P28 25 undated Animal husbandry -- Experimental Station: lambs P28 26 undated Animal husbandry -- Field demonstration: sheep P28 27-45 undated Animal husbandry -- Field demonstration: sheep, Pendleton and Muhlenberg Counties P28 46-49 1926-1927 Animal husbandry - Field demonstration: sheep: Pendleton County P28 50 1927 Animal husbandry -- Field demonstration: sheep P28 51-75 undated Animal husbandry -- Sheep P29 1-8 undated Animal husbandry -- Sheep shearing P29 9 undated Animal husbandry -- Sheep P29 10-57 circa 1927 Animal husbandry -- Sheep on pasture P29 58 undated Animal husbandry -- Sheep P29 59 undated Cattle P30 62-70 undated Carcasses P31 1 November 1947 Meat butchered P31 2 June 1942 Bluegrass champion cow P31 3 undated Unidentified cow P31 4-5 undated Cattle show P31 6-9 1949 Man with cow P31 9 undated Cattle show breed champions P31 10-12 undated Men with cow P31 13 undated Cattle show P31 14-16 undated Boy with cow P31 17-18 undated Louisville Flat Stock Show P31 19 1944 People with cow P31 20 undated Annual Fat Cattle Show P31 21 undated Woman with steer P31 22 undated Cattle show P31 23 undated People with cow P31 24-25 undated Future farmers with show calves P31 26 undated People with cow P31 27-29 undated Champion future farmer calves P31 30 undated Cattle show P31 32 undated Fat Cattle Show entry P31 33 undated Cattle show P31 34 1942 Man with cow P31 35 1943 Woman milking cow P31 36 undated Boy with cow P31 37 1941 State cattle show P31 38 undated Bluegrass Hereford Show P31 39 1950 Bluegrass Hereford Show P31 40 1950 Boy with cow P31 41 October 1947 Men with cow P31 42 undated Miss Kentucky with cattle P31 43 undated People with cow P31 44-48 undated Man feeding calves P31 49 undated Calves at research farm P31 50 undated Men with cow P31 51-52 undated Cattle P31 53-54 undated "Bull of new breed" P31 55 undated "Time to burn beds" P31 56 undated "Whitley Farmer" P31 57 undated Cattle grazing P31 58 undated "Cattle on feed" P31 59 undated Unidentified cows P31 60 undated Unidentified cow P32 14-15 undated "Calf by artificial breeding" P32 16 undated Unidentified calves P32 17 undated Unidentified cows P32 18-20 June 28, 1949 Milking shorthorn cow P32 21 undated Shorthorn cow P32 22 undated Cows in pasture P32 23 undated Cow and pigs in pasture P32 24 undated Dairy cow P32 25 undated "Cows on oats pasture" P32 26 undated Man with dairy cow P32 29 undated Boy with heifer cow P32 30 1948 Boy with Jersey cow P32 31 1948 Men with cows Owsley County P32 32 undated Dairy cow P32 33 undated Herd of dairy cows P32 34 undated Men with cow P32 35 undated Future farmers with show calves P32 36 undated Unidentified cow P32 37 undated Man milking cow P32 38 undated Youth farmer cattle show P32 39 undated "Aged cow has calf" P32 40 undated "Champion showman and grand champion cow" P32 41 undated Champion dairy cow with judges P32 42 undated Horses in pasture P32 69 undated Horses P32 70 undated Man shoes horse P32 71 undated Highland Garron Pony P32 72 1950 Horse at work P32 73 undated Colts bred in the mountains P32 74 undated Chickens thrive on grass P33 48 undated Chickens thrive on grass P33 49 undated Poultry P33 50-51 undated Boiler chicks under incubators P33 53 undated Chickens thrive on grass P33 55 undated Turkeys in Clark County P33 58 undated Girl feeds turkeys P33 59 undated Learning about chicken breeds P33 60 undated Women with turkeys P33 61 undated "Light and water brings more eggs" P33 62 undated Men with turkeys P33 63 undated Feeding chickens P33 66 undated Sheep on clover pasture P33 67 undated Sheep on clover pasture P33 68-75 undated Woman with goat P33 1 undated Southdown lambs bred in Winchester, Kentucky P34 2 undated Goats P34 3 undated Champion goat P34 5 undated Hereford hog P34 6 undated Pigs feeding on alfalfa P34 7 undated Sows feeding P34 8 undated Pigs feeding on alfalfa P34 9 undated Pigs P34 10 undated Berkshire hog shown by Ohio State University P34 11 December 1, 1949 Spotted pigs P34 12 undated Pigs P34 13 undated Pigs ready for market P34 14 undated Sows feeding P34 15 undated Pigs P34 16 undated "A prolife sow" P34 17 undated Hampshire pigs P34 18 undated Pigs P34 19 undated litter of pigs under incubator P34 21 undated Pigs feed in pasture P34 22 undated Pigs P34 23 undated Certified Hampshire meat hog P34 24 undated Hampshire pig P34 25 undated Pig P34 26 undated Hogs protected from sun P34 27 undated Boy feeds pig P34 28 undated Feeding hogs P34 29-30 undated "Pigs by the tub full" P34 31 undated Hogs nearing completion of feed test P34 32 undated Turkeys given antibiotics to speed growth P34 53 April 3, 1950 Champion yearling Hereford cow P34 54 December 1, 1949 Double duty cow with extra utter on back P34 59 undated Prize Angus bull P34 60 undated Girl rides pet bull calf P34 61 undated "The effects of cooler temperatures on pigs" P34 62 undated U.S. Ambassador inspects pigs in Denmark P34 64 February 17, 1950 Aberdeen Angus Steer P35 3 undated Turkeys P35 4 undated Producing milk P35 5 undated Caring for livestock P35 7 undated Flock of Beltsville small white turkeys P35 8 undated Turkeys P35 9 undated Cows P35 47 undated Pigs bought by First National Bank for pig club P35 63 1917? Cows P35 1-7 undated "Bluegrass herd" P36 9 undated Bull P36 10 undated Cows P36 11-15 undated Dairy cow P36 19-20 undated "Twin bulls by artificial breeding" P36 21 undated Veterinarian with horse P36 26-27 undated Poultry P36 62-63 undated Members of the American Poultry Association P36 65 undated sheep P36 66 undated Spring lambs for sale P36 67 January 1, 1945 lambs eating fescue P36 68 undated sheep P36 69-72 undated "A world's record goat" P36 73 undated Pigs in pasture P36 74 undated Pigs P36 1-7 undated Record dairy cow P37 15 undated Boy with pig Lower Buffalo, Kentucky P37 26 undated Boy with young dairy cow Lower Buffalo, Kentucky P37 27 undated "A good ring of horses at Whitley County Community Fair" P37 33 undated "Milking shorthorn bulls being sold on streets of Hindman - Knox County Ky" P37 40 September 8, 1918 Dairy cow P37 41 1916 Two year old heifers McCracken County P37 42 1918 Bull McCracken County P37 43 1918 Holstein calves McCracken County P37 44 1918 "Boys with their cows after lottery" Mayfield, Kentucky P37 46 1917? "A pure bred flock of white plymouth robs in Oldham County the result of standardization" P37 61 1920 Chicken P37 62 undated Flock of Barred Robs? Pulaski County P37 63 1937 "A pure bred flock of white plymouth robs in Oldham County the result of standardization" P37 64 1920 Junior Community leaders at University of Kentucky P37 65 June 22-24, 1920 Woodford County Girls Club visit to University of Kentucky under supervision of Y.M.C.A. P37 66 April, 9 1920 State Champion farm practice demonstration team demonstrating poultry house construction Pulaski County P37 67 undated "Demonstration hogs Pulaski County" P37 72 1918 "Demonstration hogs Whitley County" P37 73 1918 Cows P37 1-8 undated University of Kentucky "produces a ton of milk a month" P38 11 undated Cows P38 12-17 undated Sending chickens to Brazil P38 33 undated "A prolific ewe" P38 34 undated Galloway and heavy lambs P38 35 undated Pig P38 36-40 undated "Kentucky ton litter" P38 41 undated Fescue field Hopkinsville, Kentucky P38 48 undated Boy with pig Lower Buffalo, Kentucky P38 53-54 undated Sam Taylor St. Helens, Kentucky with 5 1/2 month old pig P38 55 undated Boy with young dairy cow Lower Buffalo, Kentucky P38 56 undated Woman with pig at 7 months Beattyville, Kentucky P38 58 undated Hogs dead with cholera P38 59 undated Flock of mountain sheep P38 60 undated Sheep feed on alfalfa P38 62 undated "Cows lined up for lottery" Mayfield, Kentucky P38 65 1917 Demonstration flock of H.M. Luttrall Paducah, Kentucky P38 77 undated Demonstration flock of chickens P38 78 undated "Prize pen of white rocks" P38 79 undated Cow from a Maysville?, Kentucky farm P39 36-39 1928 "Some club boys grow sheep" P39 42 undated "Typical crossbred hackface western ewes and their lambs - the kind used today" P40 28 1953? Sheep P40 29 undated Grand champion Wether at the International Livestock Exposition P40 31 1928 Champion purebred Percheron Stallion owned by H.J. Richards Warsaw, Kentucky P40 36 1938 Cow P41 37 1928 Typical Kentucky mountain ewe and a hampshire lamb P41 57 1918 "Typical Kentucky spring lambs, the kind that bring premium prices in Eastern markets" P41 58 1953? Racehorse named The Feudist P42 63 undated Sheep Beattyville, Kentucky? P42 64 undated Grand Champion Pig owned by Milton Greer Woodlawn, Kentucky P43 3 1953 Reserve Champion pig Owned by John R. Bottroff Goshen, Kentucky P43 4 1953 Pen of ten pigs owned by Roger Brothers. Taylorsville, Kentucky P43 5 undated Pen of three pigs at Henry Fisher Packing Company Owned by Marvin Greer and Parrott Woodlawn, Kentucky P43 6 undated Miscellaneous v Scope and Contents note Various images of farm-related activities and materials. Buildings to be demolished to build the Pharmacy Building at the University of Kentucky P44 1 undated Image of Lexington, Kentucky P44 2-4 undated Agriculture exhibits P44 9 undated College of Agriculture exhibits P44 10 undated Unidentified classroom scene P44 14 undated lounge and classroom P44 15 undated Unidentified classroom scene P44 16 undated Unidentified men P44 17-19 undated Building to be demolished to build the Pharmacy Building at the University of Kentucky P44 35-38 undated Farm workshop P30 21 undated Roland Roberts with blueprints Nicholasville, KY? P32 8 undated Men drinking milk P32 28 undated U.S. military creates 4-H groups in Korea P32 51 November 16, 1948 Unidentified man P32 76 undated Paul Etchepane P32 1 undated Unidentified man P33 2 undated Giles E. Hopkins P33 3 undated Paul H. Smart Versailles, KY P33 4 1946 Robert William Rudd P33 5 undated Augustus D. Zigzag? P33 6 undated John Fraser P33 7 undated Unidentified man P33 8 undated Unidentified woman P33 9 undated Unidentified woman P33 10 undated Agriculture College stock judging team P33 14 undated Agriculture dairy cattle judges P33 15 undated Future farmers members P33 17 undated Unidentified men P33 18 undated Unidentified men P33 19 undated Unidentified men P33 22 undated Large assembly P33 23 undated Unidentified woman P33 24 undated Unidentified people Garrard County P33 25 September 12, 1954 Participants at animal feed meeting? P33 26 undated "They know chickens" P33 27 undated "Flying farmers meet" P33 28 undated Unidentified men P33 29 undated Corn derby winners P33 30 1954 Unidentified men P33 31 undated "Old milking methods out" seated left to right: Sue Jolly; Anna Wise; Martha Jane Holt; Linda Greensburg; standing: Ema Jean Brocaldus?; Sarah Tabb; Joe W. Rust; Anna Less Osborne; Nina Nash; Inez Tookey?; Stella Flowers P33 32 May, 28 1955 "Judges of dairy products" P33 33 undated "Banker and loan officials" P33 34 undated Soil laboratory Bourbon County P33 35 May, 20 1948 Surveying to save soil P33 36 undated Unidentified men P33 37-39 undated College stock judging team P33 40 September 17, 1946 "Top stock judges" P33 41 undated Women at farm and home convention P33 43 undated Unidentified men P33 44 undated "Kentucky girl in Denmark" P33 45 undated Judges of meat animals P33 46 undated Children working P33 47 undated Eggs sold by the pound P33 52 undated Meeting on turkeys at University of Kentucky P33 54 September 18, 1949 "Best dressed chicken" P33 64 undated Men cast votes on wheat referendum Seneca, NY P34 42 undated "Chestnut trees grow back" P34 48 undated Kids pickling peaches P34 50 undated "Some dos and don'ts of wheat conservation" P34 55 undated "Some dos and don'ts of fat conservation" P34 56 undated Using rats to test the nutritional value of dehydrated meat P34 57 undated Planting victory gardens P34 58 undated Roy F. Hendrickson Director of Food Distribution USDA P34 66 undated M.C. Wilson, Claude Wicker, and Mavin Jones P34 67 undated H.L. Wilson Director of Cooperative Extension Services P34 68 undated Women's land army P34 76 undated Luncheon commemorating the Smith-Lever Act P34 1 undated Farm experiments? P35 6 undated Experimenting on dehydrating meat P35 10 undated Dehydrated meat P35 15 undated Plant experiments P35 16 undated Limestone quarry Bourbon County P35 21 undated Dean Thomas Poe Cooper and Gov. Keene Johnson? P35 39 undated County Fair images P35 40 1917 County Fair images P35 42-43 1952? Mrs. William Wood owner of 500 acre farm in Jessamine County P35 52 1916 Jennie C. Grubbs early home agent in Boyle County P35 56 undated "Party about to go on Agriculture Special Train" 1.H.P. Bird; 2.A.G. Reid; 3.George Roberts; 4.Joseph Ewing; 5.Martindale; 6.Neale s. Knowles; 7.? 8.Aubryn Claine?; 9.Miss Vincent; 10.?; 11.?; 12.Miss Raliegh; 13.M.A. Scoville; 14.?; 15.Henry S. Barker; 16.J.W. Newman; 17.H.M. Froman; 18.R Bryant; 19.J.J. Hooker; 20.J.P. Orthinger?; 21.H.M. Walker; 22.J. Paul LaMaster; 23.Edgar Price; 24.S.C. Jones. P35 64 Mar-12 W.D. Vallean P35 73 undated Southern Agriculture workshop meeting. Includes W.D. Vallean fourth from right P35 74 1949 G.W. Schneider, W.D. Vallean and J. Ed. Parker in order from left to right P35 75 6-May-61 Unidentified man P36 28 undated W.G. Carlson P36 29 undated Income tax inspector P36 30 undated True D. Morse Undersecretary of Agriculture P36 31 January 1953 W.I. Myers P36 32 undated Howard Vaughn P36 33 undated Clinton P. Anderson P36 34 undated M. E. Fonda P36 35 undated W.R. Reynolds P36 36 October 14 1944 Frank Reuton? USDA Agriculture Research Service P36 37 undated Howard Ragland Larue County P36 38 1953 Dixie canning champion P36 44 undated Bettie Welch P36 45 undated Larry Wagoner? P36 55 undated James C. Petty P36 56 undated Unidentified people P36 58-61 undated Home of Mrs. J.C. Jenkins Lancaster, Kentucky P37 23 undated Curdsville farm management school Davies County P37 29 undated Community fair Whitley County P37 32 1918 Homemakers vacation camp McCracken County P37 55 undated "Horticulture exhibit prepared for 'Bankers Day' at the University" P37 57 1913 S.A. Porter P38 19 undated Unidentified man P38 20 undated Anna K. Evans P38 21 undated Veterans Administrator P38 22 undated M.A. Evans P38 23 undated Unidentified woman P38 24 undated Hamish Robb P38 25 undated Euber Curry? P38 26 undated John M. Park Jr. P38 27 undated Waldon Rexvoat? "delegates to Canada" P38 28 undated Unidentified man P38 29 undated State Champion 4-H judges P38 30 undated Trees P38 45-46 undated grass and water P38 47 undated Mountain cabin? P38 51 undated Women from Monroe and Paintlick, Kentucky P38 69 undated "Poultry exhibit at Williamsburg Fair" P38 74 1918 Unidentified automobiles P39 46 undated A junior community club in Pulaski County P39 48 undated W.D. Vallean honored at retirement diner. With G.T. Webster; Albert Clay P39 1 May 6, 1961 Cigar industry certificate P40 2 December 6, 1961? "Fourteenth Biennial Conclave The Fraternity of Alpha Zeta - Brown Hotel - Louisville" P40 3 December 28-31, 1929 USDA three day working conference on rural development P40 4 undated Unidentified people P40 5 undated Agriculture building with sign listing Alpha Zeta pledges. Robert L. Blevins; Ova E. Boggs; Neil W. Bradley; Joe B. Dixon; Clive W Donoho Jr.; James H. Edwards; Jack N. Fowler; Ronald D. Froedge; Lynwood Schrader; David M. Frymire; Norman Grant; William R. Hourigan; Woodrow W. Hourigan; Miles P. Mattingly; James R. Morton; Morris L. Norfleet; Joseph W. Rust P40 6 1951-1952 "Campus scene with students" P40 7 undated Meeting between federal government and representatives of eight states to discuss federal- state rural development program. Seated left to right David S. Weaver; F.H. Lacy, Jr.; J.O. Knapp; C.A. Vines; Clay Lyle; True D. Morse; Skuli Rutford; Charles R, O'Kelley; Arnold Almond. Back row left to right Willis F. Sloan; C.M. Ferguson; Newton W. Edwards; Morris McGough; Dale Hathaway; L.I. Jones; Kenneth L. Bachman; M.H Holliday, Jr.; Crosby Murray; Joseph C. Doherty; Harry Martin; Theodore S. Gold; Paul M. Olstad; Charles F. Herd; Ernest J. Nesius; R.C. Engberg; William C. McCamant; Margaret J. Hagwood; John D. Abrahamson; Margaret L. Brew; Charles S. Kellog; Charles B. Lawrence, Jr.; Robert D. Partridge; Arthur Spillers P40 8 July 1956 Unidentified people P40 9 undated Unidentified women P40 10 undated Unidentified woman P40 11 undated Agriculture building with sign listing Alpha Zeta pledges. Robert L. Blevins; Ova E. Boggs; Neil W. Bradley; Joe B. Dixon; Clive W Donoho Jr.; James H. Edwards; Jack N. Fowler; Ronald D. Froedge; Lynwood Schrader; David M. Frymire; Norman Grant; William P40 12 1951-1952 James K. Patterson P40 26-27 undated Buildings owned by the University of Kentucky on the Northside of Washington St. Lexington, Kentucky. The buildings were torn down to build the Pharmacy Building` P40 32-33 undated Men marching P41 51 undated Woodford County Girls Club visit to University of Kentucky under supervision of Y.M.C.A. P41 53 April 9, 1920 Unidentified man P41 54 1920 "Picture taken in the reading room in the Agriculture Building about 1911." Left to right unknown; Grover Roult?; George Roberts; Carleton Ball; L.E. Smith P41 55 1911? View of Vine Street Lexington, Kentucky P41 59 undated W.D. Vallean P42 3-4 undated W.D. Vallean P42 5-6 November 1948 W.D. Vallean P42 7-8 undated H.E. Howe's shoe repair shop P42 66 undated Building to be demolished to build the Pharmacy Building at the University of Kentucky P42 67 undated Early view of Lexington, Kentucky P42 68 undated Unidentified men P42 69 undated Early view of Lexington, Kentucky P42 70 undated Unidentified men at meeting P42 71 undated Unidentified men P42 72 undated Unidentified classroom scene P42 73 undated lounge and classroom P42 74 undated Unidentified classroom scene P42 75 undated "Views of College Station Exhibit in St. Louis" Scrapbook P43 7 1904 Horse-drawn cart with men shoveling fertilizer P39 75 undated Home Economics vii Scope and Contents note Images that depict food storage, canning, and homemaking. Woman peeling potatoes P32 52 undated Woman using mixer P32 53 undated Woman and child use DDT bug bomb P32 54 undated "Measuring for kitchen improvements" P32 56 undated Woman in kitchen P32 57 undated Woman prepares a meal P32 58 undated Woman selecting meat P32 59 undated Lois Classby cracking eggs P32 60 undated Kitchen P32 61 undated "Pointers in freezing peaches" P32 62 undated "Girls know their cookies" P32 63 undated Homemakers club Madison County P32 64 undated Woman with preserved food P32 65 undated Woman shows homemade suit P32 66 undated "Top notch rural living" P32 67 May 3, 1954 "Turkey for everybody" P33 65 undated Home demonstration of food preservation P34 72 undated Woman doing home demonstration Mercer County P35 53 undated Woman giving demonstration on upholstering chairs Harrison County P35 54 undated Elizabeth Donnell and others upholster furniture Harrison County P35 55 undated Elizabeth Donnell and others upholster furniture Harrison County P35 57-58 undated Woman canning fruit and vegetables P35 69 1916 Woman freezing food P35 70 undated Canned fruits and vegetables P35 71 1919 "Women wood working" P36 22 undated Women changing baby's diaper P36 23 undated Family gets running water P36 24 undated 4-H club weaver wearing cap and apron she made P37 50 undated "While they peel tomatoes different methods of canning and the possibilities of canning all kinds of fruit and vegetables is discussed" P37 51 1914-1915? Elizabeth Donnell and others upholster furniture Harrison County P37 53 undated Canning Rockcastle County P37 54 undated Women cooking P38 18 July 16, 1947 Women sowing P38 68 undated Woman freezing meat P38 70 undated "Group of Union County campers learning how to make reed baskets" P38 71 undated Extension Services viii Scope and Contents note This series includes photographs of county extension agents in Kentucky. Mrs. William Wood first demonstration agent in Jessamine County P35 65-66 1916-1918 Rachel Johnson Lewis Fayette County P35 67 1956 "Extension work" P35 68 undated T.R. Bryant; Thomas Poe Cooper; J.W. Whithouse P39 41 1928 Alfalfa tour Fayette County? P39 45 undated The old Agriculture building P39 40 undated "About 150 automobiles went on an alfalfa tour in Fayette County" P39 44 undated Agriculture Train ix Scope and Contents note Depicts different trains traveling the state to educate farmers on new practices. Includes University of Kentucky faculty and state extension workers. Agriculture Train P44 11 1928 Better Livestock Train P44 12 June 1928 Lime Stock Train Maysville, Kentucky P44 13 1928 Agriculture Train exhibit P44 20 undated Better Livestock Train Carlisle, Kentucky P44 21-22 June 1928 Agriculture Train P44 23 undated Agriculture Train P37 74 July 1914 Agriculture Special Train P38 84 March 1912 Men in front of Agriculture Special Train. Harry S. Barker; J.B. Newman; J.R. Bryant P38 85 March 1912 Agriculture Train P38 1-7 July 1914 Cow traveling on Agriculture Train P39 8 1914 Agriculture Train P39 9-21 1914 "Pictures taken of Agriculture Special Train run in Southeast Kentucky" P39 22 May 1914 "Children of Eastern Kentucky Mountains who have walked several miles across a mountain 3000 feet high to see the 'Farm Special' Train" P39 23 1914 "Part of staff of Special Train Christiansburg, Kentucky" 3rd from left M.A. Scoville; 1st from left George Roberts? P39 24 March 1912 "Joseph E. Ewing speaks to crowd from Agriculture Special Train" P39 25 March 1912 Agriculture Special Train at Crab Orchard, Kentucky P39 26 March 1912 "The Crew" on the Mountain Special in Eastern Kentucky P39 27 July 15-25, 1914 "Conductors etc. Agriculture Special Train" P39 28 March 1912 "Porters, two cooks on Agriculture Train" P39 29 March 1912 Staff of Agriculture Special Train inspecting phosphate digging at Wallace Station Woodford County P39 30 March 1912 "Picture at High Bridge Kentucky" P39 31 April 1912 Agriculture Train P39 32 March 1912 Joseph E. Ewing? Speaking from Agriculture Train P39 33 March 1912 Mr. Deutsch and Mr. Pullman conductors of the Agriculture Special Train P39 34 March 1912 Aubry Clive? And Neale F. Knowles? With Agriculture Special Train P39 35 March 1912 "One of the exhibits on Agriculture Train" P41 19 undated Agriculture Special Train P41 20-22 1912 Agriculture Train Displays P41 23-26 1928 Lime Stock Train Maysville, Kentucky P41 27 1928 Better Livestock Train Carlisle, Kentucky P41 28-29 June 1928 Agriculture Train P41 30 1928 Better Livestock Train P41 31-36 June 1928 Agriculture Train P41 38-42 1928 Cow on Agriculture Train P41 43-44 1928 Agriculture Train P41 45 1928 Better Livestock Train Carlisle, Kentucky P41 46-47 June 1928 Exhibit "is your farm sick?" P41 48-49 undated Mr. Deutsch and Mr. Pullman conductors of the Agriculture Special Train P41 1 March 1912 H.M. Walter, Aubyn Chin? On Agriculture Special Train P42 2 March 1912 Agriculture Special Train P42 60-62 1912 State Fair x Scope and Contents note Images depicting scenes and exhibits from the Kentucky State Fair. Tobacco display Kentucky State Fair P44 24 1941 Nutrition exhibit Kentucky State Fair P44 25 1941 Garden exhibit Kentucky State Fair P44 26 1941 Tobacco display Kentucky State Fair P44 27 1941 Soil improvement exhibit Kentucky State Fair P44 28 1941 Nutrition exhibit Kentucky State Fair P44 29 1941 Weed prevention exhibit Kentucky State Fair P44 30 1941 Crop exhibit Kentucky State Fair P44 31 1941 Egg production exhibit Kentucky State Fair P44 32 1941 Electricity exhibit Kentucky State Fair P44 33 1941 Home economics exhibit P44 34 1941 "Economy plastic greenhouse advantages over glass house" at Kentucky State Fair P39 51 1954 "Pig sanitation the easy way" P39 52 1954 "Improvements in living on Kentucky Farms" P39 53 1954 "Kentucky Poultry Improvement Association" P39 54 1954 Kentucky State Fair P39 55 1954 University of Kentucky Agronomist at Kentucky State Fair P39 56 1954 "Reduce the cost of your food" P39 57 1954 Department of Feed and Fertilizer P39 58 1954 "You never outgrow your need for milk" P39 59 1954 "Producing burly tobacco High income-low nicotine" P39 60 1954 Kentucky certified seed P39 61 1954 "Better pastures mean greater income" P39 62 1950 "Water you pigs" P39 63 1950 "Pastures conserve soil" P39 64 1950 Kentucky State Fair P39 65 1950 "Use rain water for chickens" P40 13 1950 Kentucky State Fair P40 14 1950 "Do you buy weed seed" P40 15 1950 "Save money and labor use high grade fertilizer" P40 16 1950 Kentucky State Fair P40 17 1950 Kentucky State Fair P40 19 1950 "Potash improves tobacco" P40 20 1950 "Cut your kitchen mileage" P40 21 1950 "Its your food dollar which would you buy?" P40 22 1950 Bob Wilson and Mr. Johnson? Kentucky State Fair P40 23 1950 Kentucky State Fair P40 24 1950 Butler County Exhibit at Kentucky State Fair P40 25 1958 "Lost 1 million Kentuckians where did they go" Map. P40 1 1950 Meat hogs P41 2 1950 Kentucky State Fair P41 3 1957 "Crop production" P41 4 1957 "Education for successful family living" P41 5 1957 Dairy Section Kentucky State Fair P41 6 1957 Kentucky State Fair P41 7-8 1957 4-H exhibit at Kentucky State Fair P41 9 1957 Kentucky State Fair P41 11-12 1957 "Fight the European corn borer" Kentucky State Fair P41 13 1954 Animated dairy cow display at Kentucky State Fair P41 14 1954 Display on forest management by USDA at Kentucky State Fair P41 15 1954 USDA display on woodlands at Kentucky State Fair P41 16 1954 USDA display "The Egg Factory" at Kentucky State Fair P41 17 1954 USDA display "What's a cow worth" at Kentucky State Fair P41 18 1954 Kentucky State Fair P42 9-21 1941 Kentucky State Fair P42 22-35 1948 Kentucky State Fair P42 36-43 1949 "Keep the far woods green by protecting them from fire and livestock" P42 44 1949 Kentucky State Fair P42 45-50 1949 Kentucky State Fair P42 59 1949 Half pig Kentucky State Fair P42 1-2 1956 University of Kentucky. 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