Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association Museum and Library records

Abstract

The Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association Museum and Library collection (dated 1850-2013, undated, bulk 1993-2013; 19.49 cubic feet; 29 boxes, 14 items) comprises the exhibit materials and documents housed by the Museum and Library alongside the operating records of both the KHGCA and their museum and library.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association Museum and Library records
Extent
19.49 Cubic Feet
Subjects
Hemp industry -- Kentucky.
Hemp -- Kentucky.
Hemp
Public policy and politics
Arrangement
Collection is arranged by subject into seven series: Objects, Museum and Library Operating Records, Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association, Article and Publications, Subject Files, Photographs, and Videotapes.
Finding Aid Author
Sarah Coblentz
Preferred Citation
2014ms0041: [identification of item], Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association Museum and Library records, 1850-2013, undated, bulk 1993-2013, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
The Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association Museum and Library was established in 1994 as a non-profit organization to educate the public about the cultural, historic and economic importance of the hemp industry in Kentucky and the United States. The Museum and Library displayed implements, tools, and machines that were and are integral aspects of the hemp industry as well as provided access to research materials and preserved relevant documents. The Museum and Library was able to assist in the creation and operation of the Kentucky Hemp and Related Fiber Crop Task Force by Governor Brereton C. Jones in late 1994 to report on the feasibility of reintroducing hemp as a viable cash crop in Kentucky. In 1996, the Museum and Library opened the Mobile Hemp Museum and Library exhibit, operated and directed by Craig Lee, to share information with the public on a larger scale, making presentations across the United States as well as internationally in Vancouver, Canada. In 1999, the Hemp Museum was opened in Versailles, Kentucky, to give a permanent location for the Museum and Library. The Hemp Museum closed following the passing of Senate Bill 50 in 2013, which is meant to help Kentucky move to the forefront of industrial hemp production.
Sources:
Heather Gifford, "Museums", Journal of the International Hemp Association 6, no. 2 (1999), http://www.internationalhempassociation.org/jiha/jiha6218.html
Scope and Content
The Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association Museum and Library collection (dated 1850-2013, undated, bulk 1993-2013; 19.49 cubic feet; 29 boxes, 14 items) comprises the exhibit materials and documents housed by the Museum and Library alongside the operating records of both the KHGCA and their museum and library. The collection consists of seven series: Objects, Museum and Library Operating Records, Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association, Articles and Publications, Subject Files, Photographs, and Audiovisual Materials. Objects include exhibit materials such as processed and unprocessed hemp, cloth made of hemp, and hemp shoes. The Museum and Library Operating Records series comprises working materials, funding requests and applications, publicity flyers and news releases, and correspondence discussing the activities of the museum and library. The Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association series comprises meeting minutes, founding documents, and records of activities the association participated in. The Articles and Publications series consists of papers covering the issues surrounding hemp, its byproducts, legalization across the United States, and the use of it by other parts of the world. Subject Files, organized alphabetically, comprises documents that cover the legalization of hemp in Kentucky and other parts of the world, environmental issues in the US, production of hemp across the globe, and companies that produce and process hemp. The Photographs series consists of images of hemp harvesting, reservations and hemp, and booths about hemp at conventions. The Audiovisual Materials series comprises videos that documents hemp harvesting, the growth of hemp markets, and the demand to legalize and normalize hemp cultivation in the United States and Canada.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
Use Restrictions
The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.

Contents of the Collection

Objects, 1999, undated

The Objects series consists of processed and unprocessed hemp plant fibers as well as shoes, bags, hats, food packaging, clothes, toys, carpeting, animal feed, and a beer bottle associated and/or made from hemp.

Green Addidas sneakers, undated

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Black sandals, undated

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Beige high-top sneakers, undated

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Beige sandals, undated

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Three Kentucky Hemp Museum black scarves/bandanas, undated

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Men's blue jeans by Kentucky Hemp Outfitters, undated

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Black bill cap, The Original Hemp Nut hulled hemp seed, undated

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Beige bill cap, Kentucky Hemp Beer, undated

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White bill cap, Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association, undated

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Seven pressed hemp samples, various densities, undated

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One square of carpet, undated

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Three rope samples, different thicknesses, undated

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Eight thread and twine samples, various colors, thicknesses, and ratio of hemp to other materials, undated

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Two samples, hackled hemp, undated

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Two samples, hemp fiber, undated

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Two samples, hemp cellulose, biomas gasification, undated

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Brochure on HempBed: a safe, clean, superior equine bedding by Kenex, Ltd., undated

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Spool of twine, undated

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Skein of rope used for sailing. This may be oakum, undated

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Three samples, hemp seed cake (for fish/cattle/humans), undated

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Three shingle samples (yellow, green, red), undated

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Hemp Plus granola by Nature's Path Foods, undated

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Kentucky Hemp Beer by the Lexington Brewing Company, undated

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Hemp Oil by Manitoba Harvest, undated

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Two dried hemp stalks and roots, undated

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Alterna shovel, Making History in 1999: Alterna and the State of Hawaii, December 14, 1999, commemorating planting industrial hemp in Hawaii, 1999 December 14

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Chevrolet Lumina arm rest prototype, 30%/40% hemp/polymers, undated

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Weighing bar, undated

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Weight, undated

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Farm To Table Connection bag, undated

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Nutra-Hemp Feed Supplement bag, undated

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H.I.G.H. Top hemp shoe bag, undated

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Khaki hemp tie, undated

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Black hemp tie, undated

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C & S Specialty Builder's Supply, Inc. hemp medium density fiber board, undated

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Hackled hemp, undated

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Non-woven hemp, undated

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Hemp frisbee, undated

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Hemp culture playing cards, undated

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Hemp fabric samples, undated

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Museum and Library Operating Records, 1993-2001, undated

The Museum and Library Operating records series comprises four sub-series: Working Materials, Funding, Publicity, and Correspondence that document the creation and upkeep of the Museum and Library. Working Materials consist of foundational documents such as articles of incorporation and strategic plans. Funding documents grants given from various foundations and tax breaks from the state and federal governemnt. Publicity consists of newsletters, press releases, and papers documenting exhibits hosted by the museum. Correspondence consists of letters between members of the board of directors and between the Museum and Library and foundations.

Working Materials, 1994-2000, undated

Mud Puppy and Waterdog - strategic plan proposal for Kentucky Hemp Museum and Library, 1999

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A strategic plan for the Kentucky Hemp Museum and Library, 1999 September 10

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A strategic plan for the Kentucky Hemp Museum and Library, 1999 October 20

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Articles of Incorporation, 1994-1996

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Appraisals, undated

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Board of directors, 1996

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Board of directors - minutes, 1996 May 28

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Kentucky Hemp Museum and Library operating documents, 1994-2000

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The Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Museum and Library, 1995, undated

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Kentucky Hemp Museum and Library, 1995-1998

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The Kentucky Hemp Museum and Library, 1995-1998

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Kentucky Hemp Growers Museum and Library, 1994-1995, undated

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Museum and history, 1994-2000

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Vehicle information, undated

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Funding, 1995-1999, undated

Funding requests, undated

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Kentucky Hemp Museum and Library funding, 1995-1999

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Kentucky Hemp Museum and Library funding, 1996, undated

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Foundations, 1996, undated

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Budget, undated

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Supplemental application for unemployment insurance employer reserve account, 1995

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Application for recognition of exemption from federal tax, 1995-1999

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Publicity, 1993-2001, undated

News releases, 1994 October 1

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Promotions/advertisements, undated

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Exhibit materials, 1993-1999

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Kentucky Hemp Growers Museum and Library guests, 1999 June

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Kentucky Hemp Museum and Library guestbook, undated

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Kentucky Hemp Museum calendar, 1997-1999

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Ann Lyon Crammond award, 2001 June 21

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Correspondence, 1995-2000, undated

Kentucky Hemp Museum letter to Peter Bahouth, undated

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The Kentucky Hemp Museum and Library letter from E. Victor Mullins to Craig Lee, 1995 December 3

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Kentucky Hemp Museum correspondence outgoing, 1999

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Kentucky Hemp Museum and Library e-mails, 1998-1999

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Kentucky Hemp Museum correspondence incoming, 1999

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Correspondence to the Kentucky Hemp Museum and Library, 1996-1999, 2000

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Correspondence to the Kentucky Hemp Museum and Library, 1996-2000, undated

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Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association, 1994-1999, undated

The Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association series consists of documents that describe the founding and operation of the association, correspondence between the association and associated organizations, and hemp legislation supported by the association.

Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association, Inc, 1994-1997

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Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association, 1994-1995, undated

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Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association, 1994-1996, undated

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Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association, 1995

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Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association, 1995-1997

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Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association, 1995-1998

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Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association, 1996

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Kentucky Industrial Hemp Association/Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association, 1995-1999

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AG I - Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative, 1994-1995

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Bylaws of the Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association, Inc, undated

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Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association seal, undated

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Address Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association, Inc sheet, undated

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Membership - Kentucky Hemp Growers, 1994-1996

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Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association industrial hemp legislative updates, 1999, undated

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Correspondence to Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association, 1996, 1999

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Correspondence between the Evanescent Press and Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative, 1995 July 7

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Articles and Publications, 1888, 1905-2012, undated

The Articles and Publications series comprises two sub-series: Articles and Publications. Both sub-series focus on the impact of hemp in the agricultural world, the multiple benefits it provides to other industries across the globe, its difference from marijuana, and the push to legalize the cultivation of hemp in the United States. Most articles and publications are dated from the early 1900s to the 2010s and focus primarily on hemp in North America.

Articles, 1888, 1916-2012, undated

Agronomy and Crop Physiology of Fiber Hemp, A Literature Review , 1991 February

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Aquaculture - Use of Hempseed Meal, Poultry By-Product Meal, and Canola Meal in practical Diets Without Fish Meal for Sunshine Bass , 2000

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Articles on the environment, 1993 August 29

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Articles, 1888, 1993-1999, undated

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Automobiles and Soybeans, undated

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Battle of the Hemp Bales , undated

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[The] Campaign for Sustainable Agriculture , 1995 April

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Canada is Cashing in on the Demand for Hemp , 1998 February 25

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[The] Changing World of Landfills , 1993 August

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Cigarette Tissue - Hemp, 1993

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Coming to America...It's High Time for Hemp's Return , 1997 August

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Courier-Journal articles, 1993-1995, undated

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Das Zellform Projekt...Ein Forbarer, Oekologischer Faserwerkstoff [Translation: The Clee-form Project...A Moldable, Ecological Fiber Material], undated

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Demand Grows for Versatile Hemp , 1997

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Despite U.S. Agencies' Resistance, Hemp Market Grows - David Morris, 1995 May 9

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Doctor Says Hemp Food Could Affect Urinalysis , undated

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Domestication of Plants in the Old World , undated

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Drip Percolation Pulping with Aqueous and Aqueous Organic Ammonia and Sulphur Dioxide Solutions: Environment-Oriented and Conserving Technology , undated

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Drug Watch International - Hemp, by Sandra Bennett, Jeanett McDougal, and Wayne Roques, 1995 February 8

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Editorials, 1994-1995

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Environment-Oriented and Conserving Technology - V.S. Krotor, undated

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Explaining the Common Agricultural Policy of the European Communities for Hemp Subsidy , 1993 April

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Farmers Lobby to Legalize the Growing of Hemp - Christopher Wren, 1999 April

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Feasibility of Industrial Hemp Production in the Pacific Northwest , 1996 June

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Fibre Hemp in France - A Report of a Visit to the Federation Nationale des Producteurs de Chanvre at Les Mans, 1992 July 30-31

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Fuel - Hemp, undated

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Germany Lifting Ban on Hemp Cultivation, But Not Marijuana , 1995 November 11

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Growing Hemp: An Introduction for Farmers , 1996

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Hemp articles, 1916, 1993-1995, undated

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Hemp articles, 1917-1942, 1980, 1993-1998, 2001-2009, undated

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Hemp as an Agricultural Commodity - Renee Johnson, 2012 January 19

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Hemp as Weed Control , undated

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Hemp Backers Present Case , 1997 July 10

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Hemp Breeding - Hungary, undated

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Hemp Cultivation Sows High Hopes in Canada , 1998 April 24

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Hemp Fabric Touted as Comfortable , 1995 February 12

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Hemp farming articles, 1999

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Hemp for bedding, 1999

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Hemp for Kentucky - Campbell Wood, undated

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Hemp is Catching Fire...in the World of Fashion , 1995 June 27

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Hemp May Make Big Comeback , 1995 January 31

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Hemp research and Colorado Initiative Project, undated

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Hemp Research and Market Development in Germany: A Status Report , 1994 November 2

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Hemp Times magazine clippings, 1998, undated

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Hemp - Wonder Weed? , 1994 April 10

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Industrial Hemp, Family Farmers. and Community Farm Alliance, undated

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Industrial Hemp - The Fiber, Pulp, and Oil Crop of the 21st Century , undated

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Industrial Uses - Hemp, undated

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Isochanvre, undated

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Kenafe on Sewage Sludge Treated Strip-mined Land , 1982

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Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin no. 221 - Marketing Hemp, 1919 June 27

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The Latest Buzz on Hemp , 1999 March 17

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Lexington Herald-Leader , 1993-1995, undated

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Manufacture of Paper from Hemp Hurds , 1916 October 14

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The Many Uses of Hemp , undated

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Medicine - Hemp - Omega 3 Deficiencies in Humans by Ralph T. Holman, undated

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Minnesota Grown Opportunities, undated

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North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement [NAFTA], 1993 October 20

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New Billion Dollar Crop , 1938 February

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New Crop Would Go To Pot , 1995

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Newspaper articles, 1996-1999, undated

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Newspaper clippings, 1995

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Paper and Pulp magazine, 1991, 1995

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Paper Crunch , undated

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Paper From Flax - Arthur C. Dillman, undated

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Paper - Hemp, undated

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Pot Couture? Lowly Hemp is Now The Hot New Fabric , 1995 June 25

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Pulp , 1989, undated

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Pushing the Frontiers of Biodiesel...and Car Warranties , 2009 February 20

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Recent U.S. Supreme Court Opinions Tenth Amendment Issues, 1992

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A Renewal of Common Sense: The Case for Hemp in 21st Century America , 2000 October

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Report on the Legalization of Industrial Hemp , 1995 September

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San Jose Mercury newspaper hemp articles, 1995 November 14

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Shaking Down the Hemp Shops , undated

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Studies on Hemp Stalk and Shive Pulping - V.S. Krotov, undated

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TDP - A New Energy Source and a Developed, Environmentally Clean, and Safe Chemistry for Chemical Synthesis and Recycling , undated

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Use of Hempseed Meal as Partial Replacement of Soybean Meal in a Diet for Channel Catfish , 1998, undated

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What Are Essential Fatty Acids Anyway? , 1999

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Whatever Happened to Hemp? , 1994

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World Trade Organization (NAFTA, GATT), undated

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Publications, 1905-2006, undated

An Economic Analysis of the Processing Costs of Separated Kenaf Fiber , 1994

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Applications of Cellulose Conversion Technology to Ethanol Production from Corn , 1992

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Architectural Recordation of Surviving Mill Elements of the Kentucky River Mills Site, Frankfort, Kentucky , 1998

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Biomass State-Of-The-Art Assessment , 1991

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Bioresource Hemp - Proceedings of the Symposium , 1995

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Bi-Weekly Bulletin - Agri-Food Canada, 1994-1995, undated

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The Brawley California Hemp Research Project , 1994

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Economic Impact of Industrial Hemp in Kentucky , 1998

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Fayette County, 1994 March 29

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Feasibility of Industrial Hemp in the United States Pacific Northwest - Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University, 1998

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Fiber Crops - Kenaf, 1975

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Fiber Wars - David West, undated

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Flax, Hemp, and Jute Spinning, undated

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Full Voice publication - The Body Shop, 1997

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Hemp as a Crop for Missouri Farmers - Richard Lawrence Miller, 1991

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The Hemp Industry in Kentucky , 1905

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Hemp Production Experiments - Cultural Practices and Soil Requirements , 1944

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Hemp research - Community Farm Alliance, 1994

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Hemp Today - Ed Rosenthal, 1994

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How to Write a Good Grant Application , undated

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Industrial Hemp: Global Markets and Prices - Valerie L. Vantreese, 1997

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Industrial Hemp - Global Operations, Local Implications , undated

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Industrial Hemp Info - Reference Volume 1A, 1994

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Industrial Hemp Info - Reference Volume 1B, 1994

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Industrial Hemp Info - Reference Volume 1C, 1994

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Industrial Hemp Info - Reference Volume 1D, 1994

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Industrial Hemp Info - Reference Volume 1E, 1994

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Industrial Hemp Research Report , 1997

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Japan, 1991 July

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Kentucky - Agricultural Policy Task Force, 1993

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Kentucky's New Cash Crop? Kentucky Hemp An Overview , undated

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Low-THC Hemp Research Report , 1997

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Medicinal Hemp Info - Reference Volume 2A, 1994

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Medicinal Hemp Info - Reference Volume 2B, 1994

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Minding the Planet - The Meaning and Future of the Semantic Web - Nova Spivack, 2006 November 6

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North American Industrial Hemp Council, Inc. - Hemp and Marijuana: Myths and realities, 1998

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New Farm and Forest Products Task Force - USDA, 1987, 1995

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The Politics of Hemp Info - Reference Volume 3A, 1994

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The Politics of Hemp Info - Reference Volume 3B, 1994

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The Producer's Program - The Burley Tobbacco Growers Cooperative Association, Inc, 1991

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Publication, undated

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Raising Funds for Your Organization , 1996

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Report to the Governor's Hemp and Related Fiber Crops Task Force , 1995 June 13

  • Box 2014ms0041-008, folder 23
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Report on the Legalization of Industrial Hemp , 1995

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The Schier-Nye Farm Plan , 1995

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Strategic Plan for Economic Development draft, 1994 March 15

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Structure of Economic Plants - Herman Hayward, 1948

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A Summary of Industrial Hemp Legislation Across the U.S. , 1999

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TVA, 1996

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USDA - Hemp Farmers' Bulletin, 1952

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Vegetable Oil as Diesel Fuel - Seminar II, 1983

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 8
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Wisconsin's Hemp Industry - Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of Wisconsin, 1918

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 9
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Wisconsin Hemp Report , 1929-1930

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 10
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Withholding Kentucky Income Tax , 1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 11
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World Hemp Trade Data , undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 12
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Subject Files, 1850, 1904-2013, undated

Organized alphabetically, the Subject Files series comprises documents from 1850 and later that cover the legalization of hemp in Kentucky and other parts of the world, environmental issues in the US, production of hemp across the globe in countries such as Hungary, Japan, France, and China; and companies that produce and process hemp.

ABC News, undated

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Absorbents, undated

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Acts of the General Assembly [Kentucky], undated

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Advanced Composite Products, 1995 May 5

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Ag Fiber Technology News Pamphlet, undated

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Agri-Alternatives magazine, 1997

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Agro-Tech Communications, 1998

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Agricultural Cooperative Association KRS, Chapter 272, undated

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Agricultural Data/Information, 1995, undated

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Agricultural Index, undated

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Agriculture and Animals, 1998, undated

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Agriculture, Kentucky Department of, 1993 November 5

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Alma Ross, undated

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Alterna Enzyme Therapy - Hemp Seed, undated

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Alternative Agriculture research and Commercialization {AARC], 1993, undated

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Alternative Fuels, 1993, 1995

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Alternative Hemp, 1995, undated

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Amcorn Amturf - Michigan Department of Natural Resources solid waste alternatives program [SWAP], 1991-1993

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America On-line, undated

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American Farm Bureau, 1996, undated

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American Farm Bureau Federation, 1995-1996

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American Indian Youth Running Strong annual report, 1999

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American Oil Chemists Society, 1993-1994

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Amex Partnership - American Textile Partnership, 1994-1995

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Analysis of hemp and hemp by-products, 1998, undated

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Anderson International Corporation, 1989-1991, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 38
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Andrew Grundy III correspondence, 2005

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Aquaculture magazine and correspondence, 1999-2002

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Arts for the Millennium magazine, 1998

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Articles of incorporation of the Madison Hemp and Flax Company 1806, Inc, 1994, 1999

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Ashland: The Henry Clay Estate newsletter, 1999 July

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Attorney General, Kentucky, 1994-1995

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Australia, 1996 January 15

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Baesler, Scotty - U.S. House of Representatives, 1993, 1995

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Bahouth, Peter, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 47
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Banner Pharmacaps, 1994, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 48
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BDC address list, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 49
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Beef cattle information, 1997-1999, undated

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Beef certification, 2002, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 51
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Bibliographies - Hemp, Kentucky Department of Agriculture library, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 52
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Bibliographies - projects on fish, 1999

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Bibliographies - Transylvania University, 1996

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Bid forms - Navy and Woodford Spears and Sons, 1934-1936

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Bingham, Barry Jr., 1994

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Bingham, Sally, 1990 October 1

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Biodiesel, 1992-1994, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 57
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Biofuel, 2009

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Bio fuels program plan, 1993

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Biomass, 1995-1996

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Biomass fuels, 1992-1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 61
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Bioresource Hemp 1995 Frankfurt Symposium, 1995 February 7

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 62
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Bloodroot - The Voice of the Heartwood no.1, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 63
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The Body Shop pro-hemp ad, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 64
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Bolton-Emerson Americas, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 65
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Bolton, Manford B., 1993 December 20

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 66
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Bonnie, Richard Esq., 1994 September 7

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Borden, David, 1995 April 8

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 68
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Boulder Hemp Company, 1996

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 69
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Bowman Technologies, LTD. memo, 2008 January 19

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 70
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Brereton C. Jones, Governor of Kentucky, 1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 71
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Brown, Todd, & Heyburn, PLLC - International Communique, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 72
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Burley Tobacco warehouse, 1993, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 73
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Business, 1994-1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 74
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Business sales and tax use permit, 1994 December 21

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 75
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California, 1995

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California Community Foundation, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 77
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California Integrated Waste Management Board, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 78
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California Project Green, 1993 January

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 79
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California Recycled Materials Exchange, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 80
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Cameco Industries, Inc. worldwide, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 81
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Campaign for the family farms and the environment, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-009, folder 82
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Cannabis Canada magazine, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 1
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Cannabis Health - The Medical Marijuana Journal, 2003

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 2
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C.A. Picard, 1995, undated

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The Carbohydrate Economy, 1997-1998

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 4
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Carroll's Kentucky Statutes Annotated Baldwin's 1936 revision, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 5
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CAW-TCA Canada - The Industrial Hemp Campaign, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 6
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Cellulose processing, 1993, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 7
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CFR 1301.72 re: Security Requirements for Controlled Substances, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 8
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Change of office/registered agent forms, 1999-2001

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 9
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Chelsea Fibre Mills Company, 1907-1917

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 10
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Chicago hemp shop, 1994, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 11
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China, 1992, 1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 12
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Chinese tallow tree, 1986

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 13
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Claycomb, James E., 1995 March 28

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Clinton, William, President United States of America, 1993, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 15
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Closing the loop in California, 1994, undated

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C & S Specialty Builder's Supply, Inc., 1994 October 13

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 17
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The Citizen's Network for Foreign Affairs [CNFA], 1994-1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 18
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CNN, 1995 February 10

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 19
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Cockrel, Donna, 1993 May 11

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Mrs. Cockrel's class thank you banner, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 21
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Codes in Kentucky relating to cannabis, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 22
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C.O.H.I.P. www guide to cannabis, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 23
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Colorado, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 24
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Colorado, Kentucky, and Wisconsin Farm Bureau resolution, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 25
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Colorado Hemp Production act, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 26
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Comics, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 27
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The Commerical and Industrial Hemp Symposium, 1997 February 18-19

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 28
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Commercial Hemp Journal, 1997-1998

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 29
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Committee Substitute for House Bill 483 Kentucky Legislature, 1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 30
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Common Ground - SARE/ACE program newsletter, 1995-1996

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 31
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Commonwealth of Kentucky annual report, 1996-1997

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 32
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Community Farm Alliance, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 33
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Community Farm Alliance newsletters, 1995-1997

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 34
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Component breakdown of hemp and common oilseeds, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 35
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Concrete, 1994, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 36
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Concrete test reports, 1994-1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 37
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Conference report re: House Resolution 2348, 1946

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 38
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Congressional record, 1945

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Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress, 1992 June 17

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 40
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Contacts, undated

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Contact information, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 42
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Co-op, 1998-1999

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 43
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Copyright office, United States, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 44
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Corn, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 45
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Corporation income tax, 1998-1999, 2006

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 46
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Correspondence, 1993-1998, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 47
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Correspondence between Suncoast Insulation Mfg, Co and Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association, 1995, 1998

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 48
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Correspondence between Thomas Rymsza [Vision Paper] and John Roulac, 1995 January 3

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 49
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Correspondence - Craig Lee and Michael Kennedy, 1998-1999

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 50
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Correspondence from Lubrizol Corporation to Dr. F.E. Lockwood, 1995 February 9

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 51
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Correspondence - Kentucky Fiber Seed Research and Development Corporation, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 52
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Correspondence - Kentucky YMCA and Craig Lee, 1998, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 53
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Correspondence on Kentucky Industrial Hemp Association, 1997-1999

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 54
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Correspondence to Craig Lee, 1995-2000

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 55
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Correspondence to Dave Spaulding, 1996, 2006

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 56
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Correspondence to William David Spaulding - Madison Hemp and Flax Company 1806, Inc., 1997-2000

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 57
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Crambe, 1986

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 58
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Critical Agricultural Materials Act, 1984

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 59
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Crop yields - hemp, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 60
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Cuphea, 1986

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 61
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CWiz - Computer Wizards, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 62
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Domestic Cannabis Eradication/Suppression Program Monthly Statistical Report, 1993

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 63
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Daily Journal of Commerce magazine, 1997 June

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 64
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David Spaulding, 1997-1998, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 65
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Delicious! Your magazine of natural living, 1996 April

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 66
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Denver Police Department property management bureau invoice and receipt, 1996 February 5

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 67
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Department of Defense, 1994, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 68
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Department of Energy, 1992-1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 69
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Donna Cockrel vs. Shelby County School Dristrict, 1998 June 4

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 70
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Don't Give Up the Trees - USDA bulletin 404, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 71
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Downtown Versailles Association, 1997-1999

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 72
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Draft Legislation - Kentucky, 1992, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 73
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Droke, Robert L. and Rosemary G. vs Commonwealth, 1992

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 74
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Drug Enforcement Administration, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 75
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DEA - application fees, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 76
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DEA - 1301 re: application for registration, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 77
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DEA - Office of Diversion Control, 1994-1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 78
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Earth Summit, 1992

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 79
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Ecology Center, The Forestry Protection Campaign, 1994-1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 80
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Ecolution, 1994-1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 81
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Ecosport, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 82
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The Edwin H. Fitler Company correspondence with E.F. Spears and Sons, 1916

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 83
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E.F. Spears and Sons, 1916-1917

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 84
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E.F./Woodford Spears and Sons, 1916-1919, 1936

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 85
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E.F. Spears and Sons correspondence with customers, 1915-1917

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 86
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E.F. Spears and Sons - seeds, 1916-1917

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 87
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Elmer J. George - attorney, 2003

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 88
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E-mails concerning DEA/Customs confiscations, 1999 September 10-11

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 89
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E-mail correspondence, 1995-1999

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 90
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E-mail correspondence about industrial hemp in Canada, 1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 91
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E-mail correspondence - Craig Lee inbox, 2001

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 92
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E-mail from Hawaii House of Representatives Rep. Cynthia Thielen - hemp bill passage, 1999

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 93
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E-mail Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association federal tax-exemption status, 1999 August 2

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 94
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Employment ad replies, 1996-1997

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 95
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Empowerment zone, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-010, folder 96
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Encore Musical Instruments business plan, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 1
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Energy and agriculture, 2002, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 2
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Environement, 1991-1993, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 3
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Environmental Protection Agency, 1989-1993

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 4
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EPA on recycling, 1993 December 6-10

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 5
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Equestrian News...UK magazine, 1997

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 6
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Establishment of the Hemp and Related Fiber Crops Task Force by Kentucky Governor Brereton C. Jones, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 7
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Estimated farm enterprise costs and returns for fiber hemp, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 8
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European Communities Intervention Board Policy Statement, 1993-1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 9
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European Communities official journal, 1969-1989

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 10
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European Textile Network - Textile Forum magazine, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 11
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The Evanescent Press, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 12
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Evergreen, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 13
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Events in Kentucky, 1996-1997

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 14
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Evolution of present U.S. law, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 15
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Executive Office of the President - Office of National Drug Control Policy statement on industrial hemp, 1997 July 27

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 16
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Executive Orders Brereton C. Jones, governor, 1993 December 3

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 17
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Exhibitor services manual, 1995-1996

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 18
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Extension Office meeting e-mail, 2001 April 24

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 19
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Fabrics, 1993, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 20
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Farm Aid, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 21
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Farm Bill, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 22
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Farm Bureau annual meeting 12/7, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 23
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Farm Bureau showcase, 1995 December 26

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 24
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Faxes - outgoing - 4-F CLub, 1993 September 23

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 25
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Federal Register, 1991 April 19

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 26
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Fergeson, Sarah, 1995 August 24

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 27
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Festival information, 1999

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 28
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Fiber, 1995-1998, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 29
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Fiber Ethics, 1999 October 2

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 30
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[AG I] Fiber Seed research and development company, 1994-1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 31
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Flax, 1936, 1987, 1993

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 32
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Forgy, Larry, 1993 November 29

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 33
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Forms, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 34
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France, 1992-1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 35
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Free America Society, 2010, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 36
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Future Fuel and Fiber Farmers of America, 1993-1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 37
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Gail Glenn letter, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 38
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Galbraith, Gatewood, et. al versus Commonwealth and Governor, 1993

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 39
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Garbage, 1992 July

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 40
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General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade [GATT], 1994-1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 41
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GATT information, 1986, 1991

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 42
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General assembly, 1993

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 43
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General assembly, 1993-1994, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 44
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General assembly, 1993

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 45
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General assembly, 1994 December 21

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 46
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General assembly Commonwealth of Kentucky 2001 regular session, 2001

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 47
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German hemp, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 48
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Germany, 1994-1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 49
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Glenn, Gail, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 50
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The Global Gazette/Guardian newsletter, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 51
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Gore, Al, Vice President United States of America, 1993 November 1

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 52
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Gore, Tipper, 1993 December 28

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 53
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Governor's Agricultural Policy Task Force - report, 1993 November 1

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 54
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Governor's Task Force, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 55
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Grant sources, 1993, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 56
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Graves, Jake H. III, 1993, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 57
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Green River Produce Marketing Association, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 58
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Greene, Michael J., 1991, 1996, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 59
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Group Production and Marketing Activities for Cattle Producers Extension Agent discussion meeting e-mail, 1999 May 5

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 60
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Growing industrial materials, 1986

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 61
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Guayule, 1986

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 62
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H. Willett and Associates, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 63
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Hardboard, 1995 January 1

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 64
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Harmonizing Numbers - hemp, 1994 February 24

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 65
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Harmonious Technologies, 1993, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 66
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Harmonized tariff schedule of the U.S., 1994-1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 67
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Harvester - hemp, circa 1940s

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 68
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Hawaii Proclamation - Industrial Hemp Day, 1999 December 6

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 69
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Hawaii Strategic Industrial Hemp Development Act, 1999

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 70
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Health Valley Foods, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 71
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Heartwood, 1996, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 72
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Hemcore limited, 1993, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 73
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Hemp, 1990-1997, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 74
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Hemp - 501(3)(c), 1994-1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 75
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Hemp as an agricultural product pamphlets, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 76
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Hemp animal bedding, 1999, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 77
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Hemp Association directories, 1996-1998

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 78
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Hemp bedding research, 1999-2000, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 79
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Hemp bedding and Thoroughbred Conservation and Research Council, 1998-2001

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 80
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Hemp biofuels, 1995, 2008-2009, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 81
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Hemp building materials, 1994-1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 82
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Hemp Canada, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 83
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Hemp clothes/products, 2002-2003, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 84
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Hemp clothing magazines, 1995-2000

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 85
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Hemp co-authority, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 86
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Hemp conference, 2000

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 87
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Hemp directories and buyers guides, 1995-1996, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-011, folder 88
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Hemp facts and research, 1998-1999, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 1
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Hemp facts and research, 1994-1999, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 2
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Hemp fed beef, 1998, 2002

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 3
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Hemp fed beef, 1998-2000, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 4
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Hemp fed beef A-S-H free, 1999-2000, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 5
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Hemp fed beef A-S-H free, 1998-2003, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 6
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Hemp fed beef trademark papers, 1999-2002, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 7
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Hemp feed notes, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 8
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Hemp product adverts, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 9
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Hemp is Hot in Kentucky, 1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 10
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Hemp laws and regulations, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 11
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Hemp lawsuit versus U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 12
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Hemp and Native Americans, 1999-2001, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 13
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Hemp organizations and articles, 1991-1996, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 14
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Hemp overheads, 1996

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 15
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Hemp pages supplement, 1998

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 16
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Hemp paper and pulp, 1994-1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 17
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Hemp paper samples from E.F./Woodford Spears and Sons, 1916-1917, 1931-1936

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 18
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Hemp poll results '95 University of Kentucky, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 19
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Hemp posters, undated

  • Box 17, folder 2
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Hemp processing - interested Kentucky companies, 1996 January 31, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 20
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Hemp producing counties in Kentucky, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 21
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Hemp products, 1957, 1999, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 22
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Hemp products/goods, 1996-1998, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 23
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Hemp projects, 1994-1997

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 24
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Hemp Proposal - Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, 1994 November 5

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 25
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Hemp and related fiber crops task force, 1994-1996, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 26
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Hemp seed project for 4-H clubs, 1943

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 27
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Hemp Tech, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 28
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Hemp test results, 1998-2001, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 29
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Hemp/textiles, 1994, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 30
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Hemp Textiles International, 1991-1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 31
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Hemp Times magazine, 1996-1999

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 32-35
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Hemp Versus Marijuana, 2001, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 36
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Hemp Versus Marijuana research, 1994, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 37
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Hemp World magazine, 1994-1998

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 38-39
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Hempen Ale, 1997, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 40
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Hempflax, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 41
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Hempline, Inc., 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 42
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Hempstead, 2009-2010, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 43
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Hempstead, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 44
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The Hempstead Company, 1993-1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 45
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Hempsters: Plant The Seed movie posters, 1999, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 46
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Hempsters: The Movie, 1993, 1999-2010, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 47
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Hickey, Joseph W. Sr., 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 48
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Historic impressions, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 49
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Historical Confederation of Kentucky, 1999-2000

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 50
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Historical markers - hemp, 1993 August 13, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 51
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Home Composting: A Guide to Managing Organic Wastes - University of Kentucky College of Agriculture Extension Service, 1991 October

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 52
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Hop Production - USDA Agriculture Information Bulletin no. 240, 1961

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 53
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Hopkins, James, 1993 October 28, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 54
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Hospitals - RACORSE Network [Recycling, Allocation, and Conservation of Operating Room Supplies and Equipment], undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 55
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Hot Lava magazine, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 56
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House Bill 57 - Hawaii House of Representatives, 2001

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 57
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House Bill 89, 1992

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 58
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House Bill 132, 1992

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 59
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House Bill 696, 1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 60
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House Bill 702, 1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 61
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House concurrent resolution 48, 1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 62
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Hungary, 1993

  • Box 2014ms0041-012, folder 63
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Illinois General Assembly Senate resolution, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 1
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Industrial Crops directory, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 2
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Industrial Fabrics Association, 1993 December 22

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 3
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The Industrial Farmer Newsletter, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 4
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Industrial Hemp, 1995-1998, 2009-2013, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 5
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Industrial Hemp Act, 1998

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 6
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Industrial hemp chronology, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 7
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Industrial hemp in Colorado, 1994-1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 8
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Industrial hemp discussion, 2013 February 21

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 9
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Industrial hemp fact sheet, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 10
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Industrial hemp legalization, 1995-1997, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 11
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Industrial hemp legalization in Kentucky, 1995, 2008, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 12
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Industrial hemp legislation commission, 2009, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 13
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Industrial material crops file and index, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 14
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Industrial Hemp: Practical Products - Paper to Fabric to Cosmetics, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 15
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Industrial hemp seminar, 2012, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 16
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Industrial utilization of whole plant products, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 17
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INFO-TRAC, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 18
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Inland container, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 19
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Inline, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 20
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INK [from plant materials], 1991-1992

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 21
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Insects and pests - hemp, 1990-1991

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 22
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Insta-Pro International, 1994-1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 23
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Institute for Hemp, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 24
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Internet, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 25
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International Commerce and Trade, 1993 November 25

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 26
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International Hemp Association Lexington-Fayette, 1994 June

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 27
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International Technologies, Inc., 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 28
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IRS 872-C - Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association Museum and Library, 1942-1946, 1978, 1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 29
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Italy, 1993 October 4

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 30
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James Thomas - Jackson County, 1995-1997, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 31
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January and Woods, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 32
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Japan/American Society of Kentucky, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 33
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Jojoba, 1986

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 34
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Katelaris, Andrew (Dr.), 1994 October 2

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 35
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Kelly, Brooks John, 1994, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 36
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Kelly Marinara, 1993 December 30

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 37
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Kenaf, 1986-1994, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 38
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Kenaf - Growing Industrial Material, 1986-1989

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 39
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Kenaf newsprint, 1988 June

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 40
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Kenaf production and product development research, 1994 May

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 41
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Kenaf proposals Kentucky, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 42
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Kenafe, 1989, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 43
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Kenex, 1998-1999, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 44
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Kenex - product confiscation by U.S. Customs, 1998-1999

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 45
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Kenex recall, 1999-2001, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 46
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Kenton, Carolyn, 1993 November 29

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 47
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Kenton, William, 1993 November 29

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 48
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Kentucky agriculture, 1993-1999, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 49
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Kentucky agricultural directory, 1993

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 50
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Kentucky agricultural statistics, 1992-1993

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 51
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Kentucky Aquaculture Association, 1998-1999

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 52
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Kentucky Aquaculture directory, 2001

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 53
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Kentucky Association of Museums - KAMGram, 1999

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 54
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Kentucky Burley Tobacco Growers Cooperative Association, 1993 October 12

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 55
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Kentucky calendar of events, 1996

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 56
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Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 57
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Kentucky Citizen Action, 1995 February 13

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 58
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Kentucky Directory of Manufacturers (re: Kentucky Paper Mills), 1993

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 59
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Kentucky Domestic Corporation Certificate of Existence, 1996, 1998

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 60
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Kentucky Farm Bureau federation, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 61
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Kentucky Farmers Marketing Conference, 1999

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 62
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Kentucky Fiber Seed Research and Development Company, 1994, 1999

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 63
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Kentucky Fish Farming newsletters, 1998-2000

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 64
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Kentucky's Forest Resources: Our Growing Future - A Plan for Kentucky's Forest Resources, 1995 December

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 65
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Kentucky General Assembly - House Bill 855, 2000 March 15

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 66
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Kentucky's Growing Gold (Division of Forestry), 1993

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 67
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Kentucky and Hemp, 2001, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 68
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Kentucky Hemp Conference, 1996 May 31

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 69
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Kentucky Hemp Farming and Processing newsletter, 1999

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 70
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Kentucky Hemp - Farming and Processing news handouts, 1999-2000, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 71
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Kentucky hemp lawsuit, 1999 February

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 72
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Kentucky hemp lawsuit - T.W. Greer vs DEA, 1999

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 73
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Kentucky Highlands Empowerment Zone, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 74
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Kentucky historical hemp markers, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 75
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Kentucky Historical Society - Community History Grants Program, 2001

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 76
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Kentucky Industrial Hemp Association, 1997-2000

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 77
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Kentucky Industrial Hemp Association sales and use tax permit, 1997

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 78
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Kentucky Industrial Hemp Commission, 1999-2002, 2012-2013, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 79
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Kentucky Industrial Hemp Commission, 2013, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 80
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Kentucky Leadership for Agricultural and Environmental Sustainability, 1995-1998

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 81
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Kentucky Leadership for Agricultural and Environmental Sustainability [KLAES] workshop, 1995-1996

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 82
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Kentucky legislation, 2001, 2012

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 83
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Kentucky Living magazine, 2013 October

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 84
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Kentucky Long Term Policy Research Center, 1993-1994, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 85
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Kentucky magazine and travel guide, 1997, 2000

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 86
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Kentucky - official vacation guide, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 87
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Kentucky product design and technology centers [KPDTC] memos, 2008

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 88
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Kentucky Recycling Conference, 1994, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 89
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KRS 218A amendment, 1992

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 90
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Kentucky River Mills, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 91
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Kentucky River Mills, 1916-1928

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 92
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Kentucky River Mills, Inc., 1994-1998, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 93
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Kentucky River Mills board of directors - agenda, 1994 December 3

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 94
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Kentucky River Mills board of directors - minutes, 1994 October 21

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 95
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Kentucky River Mills - certificate of assumed name, 1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 96
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Kentucky River Mills - planning, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 97
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Kentucky Roll Call newsletter, 1995 December 8

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 98
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Kentucky Rural Energy Consortium [KREC], 2007, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 99
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Kentucky Small Business Area Development Center, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 100
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Kentucky State Fair, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 101
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Kentucky Utilities, 1994 June 17

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 102
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Kentucky Women's Leadership Network, 1993, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 103
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Kentucky World Trade Center, 1993, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 104
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Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, 1994-1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 105
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King and Schickli, PLLC manila envelope, 2000-2003

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 106
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King and Schickli, PLLC - U.S. trademark registration application Nutra-Hemp Nature's Nutritional Supplement and Design, 1999-2001

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 107
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Kohler stables, 1999 July

  • Box 2014ms0041-013, folder 108
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Lab sample analyses, 1998-2001

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 1
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Laws/regulations, 1994-1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 2
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Lee, Craig, 1996 April 1

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 3
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Lee's Hemperies, 1994, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 4
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Legislation, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 5
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Legislation - Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association statement, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 6
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Legislative calendar, 2009, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 7
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Legislative record p.63, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 8
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Legislative Research Commission, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 9
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Legislative Research Commission information pertaining to the 103rd U.S. Congress, 1993-1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 10
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Legislators - General Assembly, 1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 11
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Legislature - Committies, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 12
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Legislature - registered agents, 1994 March 4

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 13
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Letter from Critchfield to Sue Weant [Partners for Family Farms], 1999 August 30

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 14
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Letter DEA to Jake H. Graves, 1995 August 28

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 15
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Letter Donald Coulter to Washington County Tobacco Settlement Board, 2001 July 5

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 16
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Letter from Gerald F. Touzinsky to Joe Hickey, 1995 December 20

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 17
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Letter Gretchen [Cascade Hemp Supply] to Craig Lee, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 18
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Letter from Lloyd Casey to Joe Hickey, 1996 July 26

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 19
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Letter from the Prez e-mail, 1999 March 29

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 20
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Letters from parents, 1993-1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 21
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Letters from students, 1993, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 22
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Letters from teachers, 1993 December 6

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 23
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Lesqueralla, 1986

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 24
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Lexington Brewing Company, 1998 December 15

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 25
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Lexington market directory, 1992

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 26
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Licensing Agreement - Craig Lee and New Jersey Headwear Corp, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 27
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License plate, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 28
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Lunaria, 1986

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 29
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Mackie, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 30
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Mackie International, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 31
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Mackie - hemp/flax machinery, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 32
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Madanick, Lewis, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 33
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Madison Hemp and Flax Company 1806, Inc., 1995, 1998-1999, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 34
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Madison Hemp and Flax Company 1806, Inc. correspondence, 1999 March 19

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 35
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Madison Hemp and Flax - horse bedding, 1994, 1998-2000, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 36
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Mahlberg, Paul, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 37
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Malcom, William F. and Company - weekly reports, 1913-1915

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 38
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Mandatory Commercial Solid Waste Recycling, 1992

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 39
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Marion County Economic Development Foundation, 1995 December

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 40
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Marijuana as Medicine background paper - bibliography, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 41
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Marijuana Tax Act, 1937

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 42
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Marihuana Taxing Bill - Senate Financing Committee hearings, 1937

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 43
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Marihuana Taxing Bill - Ways and Means committee, 1937

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 44
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Marihuana Taxing Bill - Ways and Means committee report, 1937

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 45
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Marihuana Taxing Bill - Finance committee report, 1937

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 46
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Martin, David, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 47
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Maximum Yield - Indoor Gardening magazine, 2006

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 48
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Maxxam Analytics, Inc., 1998

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 49
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Meadowfarm, 1986

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 50
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Media, 1987, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 51
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Midway College correspondence, 2005-2006

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 52
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Mills - hemp, 1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 53
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Millennium project, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 54
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Minnesota Department of Agriculture, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 55
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Minutes - Madison Hemp and Flax Company, 2001-2002, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 56
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Miscellaneous bibliographies, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 57
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Mississippi Delta Fiber Cooperative, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 58
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Mississippi State University, 1993, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 59
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Modern uses for hemp, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 60
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Montgomery Ward and Company catalog no. 109, 1928-1929

  • Box 17, folder 3
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Monuments, 1916, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 61
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National Agricultural Library, 1986 January 2

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 62
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National Bioenergy Conference, 1996

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 63
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National Geographic - In the Spirit of Crazy Horse, 2012 August

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 64
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National Geographic - Mysteries of Great Migrations, 2010 November

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 65
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National Materials Exchange Network Waste Management, 1993 June 18

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 66
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National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws [NORML], 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 67
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National Smokers Alliance, 1995 March - April

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 68
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Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet, 1993-1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 69
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Naturetex International B.V., 1995 August 18

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 70
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Netherlands, 1991-1994, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 71
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Newman, David, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 72
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News release - New Cheese Made from Hemp, 1994 September 9

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 73
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News 4 U: The Ultimate Entertainment magazine - Gatewood Galbraith article, 2002

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 74
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Newsletters, 1990-1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 75
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Newspapers, 1994-2012, undated

  • Box 19, box 20, box 21, box 22, box 23, box 18
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Newspaper clipping - Columbia crash site, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 76
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Newspaper clipping on hemp fed beef, 1998 May 27

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 77
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Nominating petition for governor/lieutenant governor of Kentucky, 1999

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 78
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North American Industrial Hemp Council, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 79
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North American Industrial Hemp Council annual conference, 1995-1999

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 80
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North American Industrial Hemp forum, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 81
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North Carolina State University hemp and non-wood fiber research, 1995, 1996

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 82
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North Dakota house bill no. 1428, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 83
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Notes, 1995-1996, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 84
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Nutritional Analysis of Hemp Seed and Hemp Oil, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 85
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Official Code of Georgia annotated, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 86
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The Ohio Hempery catalog, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 87
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Oil, 1993, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 88
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Oil - hemp, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 89
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O'Leary, Hazel, Secretary U.S. Department of Energy, 1993 December

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 90
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Online activism resource list, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 91
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The Organic Report newsletter, 1998 September

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 92
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Organizations, 1994-1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 93
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Our Speakers , undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 94
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Oxford Hemp Exchange, 1998, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 95
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Paint, 1994 October 12-14

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 96
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Paint - hemp, 1995 October 9-11

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 97
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Pamphlets, 1999, 2009, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 98
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Paper samples - hemp, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 99
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Patents, 1850, 1950, 1977, 1982, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 100
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Pearce, John Ed, 1980-1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 101
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People Magazine - article on Woody Harrelson and hemp advocacy, 1996 November 25

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 102
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Perceptions magazine, 1996 April

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 103
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Permit to export narcotics from Canada, 1995 December 18

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 104
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Perry Machinery Corporation, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 105
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Personal bio of Craig Lee, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 106
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Pesticide Action Network [PANUPS], 1995 January 5

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 107
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Pickering International Fabric Importers, 1999

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 108
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Pine Ridge, 2000-2001

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 109
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Plan of Actions Checklist, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 110
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Plant hemp, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 111
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Plastic, 1993-1994, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 112
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Political handouts, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 113
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Post-consumer Waste Paper Pallets, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 114
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Presidential Executive Order 12919 (National defense Industrial resources Preparedness), 1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 115
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Presidential Memo regarding Preemption, 2009 May 20

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 116
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Primary election, 1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 117
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Primary Wood Industries of Kentucky (Division of Forestry), 1991

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 118
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Pro-hemp ads, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 119
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Products and services from USDA's economic agencies, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 120
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Products for workshops, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 121
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Production, Supply, and Distribution Database (USDA), 1994 December 5

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 122
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Profiles, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 123
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Proposal for certification of antibiotic, steroid, and hormone free beef - Hemp Fed Beef, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 124
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Proposed Kentucky State True Hemp laws - Boucher/Ambrose, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 125
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Proposed petition against DEA's spraying of the herbicide TriClopyr, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 126
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Public Service Commission, 1994 May 26

  • Box 2014ms0041-014, folder 127
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Quick Trading Company, 1993 December 30

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 1
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R & D Hemp, 1996-2000, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 2
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Rainforest Action Network, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 3
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RAMIE, 1995 February 25

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 4
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Real Goods winter sale catalog, 1994-1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 5
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Renewable energy, 1993, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 6
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Reports - agriculture/economics, 1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 7
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Results of Kentucky state poll on industrial hemp, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 8
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Results of a Sample of Hemp Seed Meal Analyzed by Forage Testing Laboratory, 1995 April 4

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 9
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Results on tests for Deep's Farm Supply, 1995 April

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 10
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Return of producer of Marijuana (IRS), 1942

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 11
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Richard W. Kirchoff, CEO - NASDA, 1993 December 20

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 12
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River Mills, 1994-1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 13
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Romania, 1993 November 8

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 14
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Rose design, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 15
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Rural farming - Texas, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 16
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Sanders, Wayne R., CEO Kimberly-Clark, 1993 December 20

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 17
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Schirmer Paper Company, 1995 November 30

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 18
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Scrapbook

  • Item 14
Contains photographs and article clippings.
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Seals, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 19
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Secretary of State, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 20
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Seed - hemp, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 21
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Seed Crushing Facility, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 22
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Seed Order request, 1999 February 5

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 23
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Seed sterilization certification, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 24
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Sierra Club, 1996, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 25
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Sierra - The Magazine of the Sierra Club, 1996 August

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 26
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Silberfein, Steve, 1995 May 10

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 27
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Silver Hammer Workshops - Pattels, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 28
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Smith, Al, 1993-1994, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 29
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Smith Center - hemp outerwear, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 30
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Social Venture Network, 1998, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 31
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Southern Mississippi University, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 32
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Southern Region - Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program [SARE], 1996-1997

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 33
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Southeastern Regional Biomass Energy Program [SERBEP] updates, 1995-1996

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 34
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Southern Sustainable Agriculture Working Group [SSWAG], 1996 January

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 35
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Soy diesel, 1992-1994, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 36
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Spalding, William David, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 37
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Spears and Sons, 1904, 1929

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 38
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Speech transcript - Governor Patton, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 39
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Spring '95 poll - University of Kentucky, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 40
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St. Croix Hemp, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 41
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State Auditor's Report on the Domestic Cannabis Eradication Suppression Program and the Edward Byrne Memorial Formula Grant, 1998

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 42
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Steve Fesse - Department of Public Works Division of Sanitation, Lexington, Kentucky, 1994 December 6

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 43
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Stokes Aster, 1986

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 44
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Straus, Harry H., 1937 May 25

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 45
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Strobel, Joe, 1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 46
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Sun Dog/Sue's Amazing, 1999

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 47
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Take Back Kentucky, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 48
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Tasmanian Hemp Company, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 49
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Tax info, 1995-1996

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 50
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Texas, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 51
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Textiles - hemp, 1992, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 52
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Thoroughbred Resource Conservation and Development Council, Inc., 2000-2001

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 53
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Time Frame - when industrial Crops will be grown, 1994, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 54
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Tobacco, 1992-1993

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 55
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Trademarks, 1994, 1999, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 56
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Tree-Free paper, 1992-1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 57
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Tribal Fiber, Inc., 1998, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 58
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The Turner Foundation, 1995 April 21

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 59
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Twin City Textile MIlls, 1940

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 60
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Ukraine, 1991-1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 61
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Union Hemp, 1994, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 62
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United Kingdom, 1993-1994, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 63
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USDA - Bill Roath, 1993

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 64
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USDA - Experts on growing industrial materials directory, 1986

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 65
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USDA - Marvin Bagby - pulp and oil, 1989, 1993

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 66
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US Department of Commerce - Patent and Trademark Office application, 1998-2000

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 67
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U.S. Department of Justice correspondence S. Hayakawa to J. Souki house of Representatives - Hawaii, 1997 April 24

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 68
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U.S. Environmental Initiatives Conference on Environment and Development, 1992 July

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 69
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US Patent Office - Machine for Breaking Fibrous Materials patent, 1949

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 70
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United State's Plant Variety Protection Act, 1989, 1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 71
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United States versus White Plume, 2002, 2005

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 72
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United States versus White Plume, 2002, 2005, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 73
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United States versus White Plume supporting documents, 1994, 1998, 2002, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 74
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University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, 1995 October 1-4

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 75
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University of Kentucky College of Agriculture vehicle voucher and report, 1999 March 26

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 76
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University of Kentucky plant disease identification form, 1999 March 22

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 77
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University of Kentucky libraries, 1993-1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 78
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University of Kentucky registered student organizations, 1993-1994

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 79
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University of Kentucky survey research center, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 80
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University of Wisconsin Biotechnology center, 1993

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 81
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Uses for hemp, 1994-1995, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 82
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Valvoline, 1995

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 83
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Various hemp info pamphlets, 1952, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 84
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Vaughan, Derek, 1993

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 85
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Vermont, 1996 May 16

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 86
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Vermont Hemporium, 1999, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 87
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Vernonia, 1986

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 88
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Vision paper, 1995 January

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 89
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Vote Hemp , 2000-2003, 2013, undated

  • Box 2014ms0041-015, folder 90
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Waiver of notice of organization meeting of board of directors, undated

  • Box 16, folder 1
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Washington (state), 1994

  • Box 16, folder 2
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Washington County fiscal court - Madison Hemp and Flax Company 1806, Inc., undated

  • Box 16, folder 3
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West, David P., PhD, 1994-1995, undated

  • Box 16, folder 4
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Wetlands (environment), undated

  • Box 16, folder 5
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Weyehaeuser, 1993-1994

  • Box 16, folder 6
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White House Memo - Interactive Citizen's Handbook, 1994 October 20

  • Box 16, folder 7
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William Carter and Sun sale advert, 1911 June

  • Box 16, folder 8
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William F. Malcolm and Company's weekly flax market report, 1913-1914

  • Box 16, folder 9
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William and Jelks Environmentally Friendly kenaf pulp mill for Bowie County, Texas, 1995 October 9

  • Box 16, folder 10
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Winter Rapeseed, 1986

  • Box 16, folder 11
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Wisconsin, 1995, undated

  • Box 16, folder 12
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Witt recycling solutions, 1991

  • Box 16, folder 13
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Woods, Cam, 1994, undated

  • Box 16, folder 14
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Woody Harrelson's essay contest, 1996, undated

  • Box 16, folder 15
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Woodford County Chamber of Commerce, 1999, 2002, undated

  • Box 16, folder 16
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Woodford Spears and Sons, 1999

  • Box 16, folder 17
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The World of Industrial Fabrics, undated

  • Box 16, folder 18
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YES (Budapest) Trading, Industrial, and Services Company, 1994 January 26

  • Box 16, folder 19
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Mill location map of North America, undated

  • Folder 1
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Audio cassettes - National Public Radio show regarding hemp (2), 1996 August 31, undated

  • Box 28, cassette 1-2
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Photographs, 1945, 1995-2000, undated

The Photographs series consists of images of hemp harvesting, reservations and hemp, and booths about hemp at conventions.

Historical markers negative strip [L to R]: Hemp in Kentucky marker; Woodford County Hemp marker, undated

  • Box 24, item 1-2
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Negative strip [L to R]: Four unidentified men talking; Two unidentified men in hall; Two unidentified men being recorded, undated

  • Box 24, item 3-5
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Negative strip [L to R]: Unidentified man holding an interview; Industrial hemp booth; Unidentified man being interviewed by another, undated

  • Box 24, item 6-8
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Negative strip [L to R]: Three unidentified men standing in front of a booth; Industrial hemp booth from a distance; Unidentified persons in a booth; View of a booth from a distance, undated

  • Box 24, item 9-12
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Negative strip [L to R]: Three unidentified men soeaking; Four unidentified men speaking; Unidentified audience listening to panel; Unidentified man standing among panel audience, undated

  • Box 24, item 13-16
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Negative strip [L to R]: Two unidentified men in an audience; Four unidentified men talking; Group of unidentified men talking; Group of unidentified men talking, undated

  • Box 24, item 17-20
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Negative strip [L to R]: Two unidentified men in a hemp booth; Two unidentified men; Two unidentified men in a booth; Three unidentified men in a booth, undated

  • Box 24, item 21-24
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Negative strip [L to R]: Two unidentified men in an empty plaza; Two unidentified men sitting on the edge of a dock; Two unidentified men sitting on the edge of a dock looking back at the camera, undated

  • Box 24, item 25-27
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Negative strip [L to R]: Two unidentified men speaking to each other; Unidentified group in front of truck with hemp bales and sign reading industrial hemp; Unidentified group of people next to hemp bales and sign reading industrial hemp; Unidentified men being interviewed, undated

  • Box 24, item 28-31
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Negative of unidentified men and women speaking, undated

  • Box 24, item 32
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Negative strip [L to R]: Unidentified men being interviewed; Unidentified man being interviewed; Audience next to sign reading: industrial hemp, undated

  • Box 24, item 33-35
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Negative strip [L to R]: Three unidentified persons holding a sign reading save family farms!; Three unidentified persons speaking; Unidentified person speaking to crowd with signs reading: save family farms!, Dakota Rural Action, and industrial hemp; Four unidentified men talking, undated

  • Box 24, item 36-39
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Negative strip [L to R]: Unidentified men by truck with hemp bales and signs reading: industrial hemp, nutritional; Unidentified man speaking to a police officer, undated

  • Box 24, item 40-41
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Negative strip [L to R]: Three unidentified men with hemp bales and products in front of signs reading: industrial hemp, nutritional; Three unidentified men with hemp bales and products in front of signs reading: industrial hemp, nutritional, undated

  • Box 24, item 42-43
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Negative strip [L to R]: Unidentified man and woman; Woody Harrelson [left] and unidentified man, undated

  • Box 24, item 44-45
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Negative of Woody Harrelson [right] autographing a piece of paper for an unidentified man, undated

  • Box 24, item 46
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Negative strip [L to R]: Three unidentified men in front of a trailer of hemp bales; Close-up of three unidentified men in front of a trailer of hemp bales; Two unidentified men with a sign reading: industrial hemp, nutritional in front of a trailer of hemp bales; Two unidentified men with a sign reading: industrial hemp, nutritional in front of a trailer of hemp bales, undated

  • Box 24, item 47-50
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Negative strip [L to R]: Two unidentified men working on truck with hemp bales and signs reading: industrial hemp, nutritional; Two unidentified men posing next to a flatbed of bales of hemp with a sign reading: industrial hemp, nutritional, undated

  • Box 24, item 51-52
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Negative of two unidentified men handling bales of hemp on a flatbed, undated

  • Box 24, item 53
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Estill Knofsinger in barn, undated

  • Box 25, item 54
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Steve Spears with hemp harvesting equipment, undated

  • Box 25, item 55
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Negative of two unidentified men looking up at a stalk of hemp, undated

  • Box 25, item 56
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Dark image of vent in shaft, undated

  • Box 25, item 57
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Dark image of metal door/wall, undated

  • Box 25, item 58
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Unidentified men in industrial yard, undated

  • Box 25, item 59
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Unidentified man in front of a structure, undated

  • Box 25, item 60
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Unidentified persons in convention hall with sign reading: Sponsored by Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Companies, undated

  • Box 25, item 61
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Audience at Kentucky Farm Bureau annual convention, undated

  • Box 25, item 62
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Audience and panel at Kentucky Farm Bureau annual convention, undated

  • Box 25, item 63
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Four unidentified men in an industrial yard, undated

  • Box 25, item 64
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Two unidentified men working around a truck with signs reading: industrial hemp, nutritional, undated

  • Box 25, item 65
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Two unidentified men, one sitting on bales of hemp and the other standing in front, undated

  • Box 25, item 66
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Two unidentified men working on a trailer, undated

  • Box 25, item 67
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Three unidentified men moving bales of hemp between a flatbed and a trailer, undated

  • Box 25, item 68
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Industrial hemp nutritional booth, undated

  • Box 25, item 69
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[L to R]: Craig Lee, Gatewood Galbraith, and Michael Henning, undated

  • Box 25, item 70
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[L to R]: Michael Henning, Danny Plyler, Gatewood Galbraith, and Craig Lee, undated

  • Box 25, item 71
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[L to R]: Craig Lee and Jack Herer, undated

  • Box 25, item 72-73
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Group of unidentified persons next to sign reading: Kentucky Hemp Outfitters, undated

  • Box 25, item 74
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Unidentified group outside building posing with sign reading: Kentucky Hemp Outfitters, undated

  • Box 25, item 75
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Ground beef, undated

  • Box 25, item 76-77
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Rump roast, undated

  • Box 25, item 78-79
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Image of special tax stamp for a Producer of Marihuana Lester Kurtzbein, 1945

  • Box 25, item 80
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Negative strip [L to R]: Unidentified man working with machine; Unidentified persons working in field harvesting hemp, undated

  • Box 25, item 81-82
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Negative strip [L to R]: Harvested hemp in piles; Unidentified field workers harvesting hemp, undated

  • Box 25, item 83-84
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Negative strip [L to R]: Unidentified man processing hemp in a field; Harvested hemp in piles across a field, undated

  • Box 25, item 85-86
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Negative of unidentified men processing material, undated

  • Box 25, item 87
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Negative strip [L to R]: Harvested hemp in a field; Unidentified persons in a field of processed/harvested hemp, undated

  • Box 25, item 88-89
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Negative strip [L to R]: Unidentified men harvesting hemp; Unidentifed men having a horse-drawn cart move harvested hemp, undated

  • Box 25, item 90-91
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Negative strip [L to R]:Processing machine; Unidentified men with guns in a field, undated

  • Box 25, item 92-93
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Negative strip [L to R]: Processing machine; Unidentified man next to a cluster of harvested hemp, undated

  • Box 25, item 94-95
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Negative strip [L to R]: Unidentified man in a field with a handheld machine; Harvested hemp bundles in a field, undated

  • Box 25, item 96-97
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Negative strip [L to R]: Unidentified men in a field with guns surrounded by harvested bundles of hemp; Unidentified men in front of a building with machines; Unidentified men processing harvested hemp, undated

  • Box 25, item 98-100
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Negative of an unidentified man in a field processing/harvesting hemp, undated

  • Box 24, item 101
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Craig Lee [left] and an unidentified man in front of a river the canyon floor, undated

  • Box 24, item 102
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Unidentified man with Craig Lee [right] posing next to a helicopter, undated

  • Box 24, item 103
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Helicopters on canyon floor, undated

  • Box 24, item 104
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Aerial view of a canyon, undated

  • Box 24, item 105
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[L to R]: Unidentified woman, Woody Harrelson, and Craig Lee, undated

  • Box 24, item 106
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Portrait of Craig Lee, undated

  • Box 24, item 107
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Unidentified slides, undated

  • Box 26, item 108-258
  • Box 27, item 474-490
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County fair displays, undated

  • Box 26, item 259-308
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Reservation hemp house, undated

  • Box 26, item 309-332
  • Box 27, item 333-344
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Tom Cook Bartman, undated

  • Box 27, item 345-379
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Hemp house and reservation, undated

  • Box 27, item 380-398
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Product pictures, undated

  • Box 27, item 399-414
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The reservation, undated

  • Box 27, item 415-448
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Trip to reservation, undated

  • Box 27, item 449-473
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Kentucky Hemp Museum album, 1995-2000, undated

[Cover] Kentucky Hemp Museum van parked on side of road next to Garrard County sign, undated

  • Item 10, item 491
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Page 1

[Top image] Woody Harrelson hackling hemp at International Hemp Conference, undated

  • Item 10, item 492
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[Bottom image, L to R] Donna Cockrel, Woody Harrelson, and Craig Lee, undated

  • Item 10, item 493
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Page 2

[Top image] Woody Harrelson [center] with friends at grand opening of Kentucky Hemp Museum, undated

  • Item 10, item 494
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[Bottom image] Craig Lee [far left] with hemp brake at Penns Country Store, undated

  • Item 10, item 495
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Page 3 - post card from Turner Foundation concerning confirmation of funding for Kentucky Hemp Museum and Library, 1997

  • Item 10, item 496
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Page 4

[Top image] Hemp fabric being cut into pattern for sewing first commercial hemp clothing in Kentucky, 1997 October 22

  • Item 10, item 497
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[Bottom image] Red Mile chili cook-off - student from University of Kentucky speaking with Joe Hickey [facing camera, center], undated

  • Item 10, item 498
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Page 5

[Top image] Woodford County fair onlookers at Kentucky Hemp Museum display, undated

  • Item 10, item 499
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[Bottom image] Kentucky Hemp Museum display at Clark County fair, undated

  • Item 10, item 500
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Page 6

[Top image] Exhibit at Anderson County fair, undated

  • Item 10, item 501
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[Bottom image] Exhibit at Anderson County fair, undated

  • Item 10, item 502
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Page 7

[Top image] Craig Lee hackling hemp at Anderson County fair, undated

  • Item 10, item 503
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[Bottom image] Young and elderly alike enjoying display at Clark County fair, undated

  • Item 10, item 504
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Page 8

[Top image] Spinning hemp yarn with exhibit - Milan Tennessee Farm Equipment Show, undated

  • Item 10, item 505
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[Bottom image] Passerbys at Milan Tennessee Farm Equipment Show, undated

  • Item 10, item 506
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Page 9

[Top image] Spencer County fair exhibit, undated

  • Item 10, item 507
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[Bottom image] Victor Mallens [left] speaking with a farmer - Annual Farm Bureau meeting, undated

  • Item 10, item 508
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Page 10

[Top image] Caldwell County fair display, 1996

  • Item 10, item 509
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[Bottom image] Unidentified woman observing exhibit at Garrard County fair, 1996

  • Item 10, item 510
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Page 11

[Top image] Exhibit at Boyle County fair, 1996

  • Item 10, item 511
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[Bottom image] Jessamine County fair, 1996

  • Item 10, item 512
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Page 12

[Top image] July 4th celebration Campbellsville, Kentucky main street, 1996 July 4

  • Item 10, item 513
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[Bottom image] Donna Cockrel [right] with unidentified man at Woodford County fair, 1996

  • Item 10, item 514
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Page 13

[Top image] Exhibit Willisburg, Kentucky - homecoming, 1996

  • Item 10, item 515
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[Bottom image] Woody Harrelson [center] and Joe Hickey [right] getting into hemp van, undated

  • Item 10, item 516
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Page 14

[Top image, L to R] Klaus Wastow, Craig Lee, and Sue Hickey on couch; Woody Harrelson and Joe Hickey on floor, undated

  • Item 10, item 517
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[Bottom image, L to R] Klaus Wastow, Craig Lee, and Sue Hickey on couch; Woody Harrelson, Katherine Hickey, and Joe Hickey on floor, undated

  • Item 10, image 518
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Page 15

[Top image] Exhibit at Santa Cruz California 2000 International Hemp Conference, Craig Lee [back to camera] being interviewed, 2000

  • Item 10, item 519
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[Bottom image] Craig Lee being interviewed at Santa Cruz International Expo, 2000

  • Item 10, item 520
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Page 16

[Top image] Robert Allen Hayes installing hemp headliner and seatcovers in hemp van, undated

  • Item 10, item 521
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[Bottom image] Robert Hayes with hemp van, undated

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[Top image] Coonhunters Lodge - first hemp meeting with farmers, 1995 February

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[Bottom image] Exhibit Marshall County fair, undated

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[Top image] Circular hemp softener at Woodford Spears, undated

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[Bottom image, L to R] Andy Graves, Joe Hickey, Dave Spalding, Steve Spears, and Craig Lee in Paris, Kentucky at Woodford Spears Seed Company, undated

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[Top image] Joe Hickey with KET film man discussing the hemp bale and circular hemp softener, undated

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[Bottom image] Hempridge Baptist church in Shelby County, Kentucky, undated

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[Top image] Hemp van with a flat tire on I-40 in the Arizona desert, David Farmer standing off to the side, undated

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[Bottom image] Hemp van in Nevada, undated

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[Top image, L to R] Tom Cook, Alex White Plume, and Joe Lapey at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation next to freshly planted hemp crop, undated

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[Bottom image] Kenex LLC hemp field day with Minister of Agriculure, 1997

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[Top image, L to R] Rob Mosely, Heather Grifford, and Kevin Grifford in Canada, 1997

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[Bottom image] Craig Lee in hemp field in Canada, 1997

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[Top image] Joe Strobel [left] first farmer to grow hemp in Canada standing with Jake Graves, undated

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[Bottom image] Harvesting hemp with a side bar mower in Canada at the Kenex field day, 1997

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[Top image] Roll baling hemp at Kenex field day in Canada, 1997

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[Bottom image] Jake Graves in hemp field at Kenex field day in Canada, 1997

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[Top image, L to R] Joe Stroble and Jake Graves, 1997

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[Bottom image, L to R] Mrs. Joe Stroble, Joe Stroble, and Craig Lee in Canada at Kenex field day, 1997

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[Top image] Craig Lee and Heather Gifford in a hemp field at Kenex field day, 1997

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[Bottom image] Joe Stroble at Kenex headquarters at Kenex field day, 1997

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[Top image] Joe Hickey with a circular hemp softener at Woodford Spears Seed Company in Paris, Kentucky, undated

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[Bottom image] Drew Chism breaking hemp at Versailles County fair, 1996 June 20

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[Top image] Hardy Foundation Paper Pulp Science Research Facility Savannah, Georgia, undated

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[Bottom image] Pulped hemp from Hardy Foundation to research, undated

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[Top image] Joe Hickey executive director of Kentucky Hemp grower standing in front of 5000 gallon pulping tank - Hardy Foundation, undated

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[Bottom image] Signing of Hose Bill 100 sponsored by Joe Barrows in the Capitol Rotunda, undated

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[Top image, L to R] Craig Lee, Governor Paul Patton, and Mark Whitaker at signing of House Bill 100, undated

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[Bottom image] Hemp harvest in Canada, 1997

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Page 31 - Case and file numbers from the case where Donna Cockrel had Woody Harrelson talk to class about hemp in Shelby County school, 1997

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[Top] Andy Graves speaking at Kenex Hemp Field Day, 1997

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[Bottom] Note reading: Joe Stroble, Hungarian immigrant to Canada, grew first hemp crop with Hempline Inc. in over 50 years. The first crop was five acres, this was the first crop that the Kentucky Hemp growers had to experiment with and research. Joe brought the hemp from Canada the day after NAFTA agreemen was signed, undated

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Page 33 and 34 - Green Coal Coalition pamphlet [front and back], undated

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[Top] Hemp Fed Beef business card for Craig Lee, undated

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[Bottom] Madison hemp & Flax Company 1806 Inc. business card for Craig Lee, undated

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[Top] Kentucky Industrial Hemp Commission business card for Craig Lee, undated

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[Bottom] Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association [KHGCA] Kentucky Hemp business card for Craig Lee, undated

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[Top] Kentucky Hemp Museum business card for Craig Lee, undated

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[Bottom[ Lee's Hemperies business card for Craig Lee, undated

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[Top] Kentucky Industrial Hemp association, Inc. business card for Craig Lee, undated

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[Bottom] Rock Hemp sticker - caption reads Bernard Ross and Sharry Sindo, founders of Rock Hemp. Craig Lee board of directors. Goal for Rock hemp was to free Alex White Plume from federal injunction to grow hemp., undated

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[Top image, L to R] Bottom row: Joe Hickey, Victor Mullins, and Andy Graves; top row: Estill Knoffsinger, unidentified man, Dave Spalding, and unidentified KET film-man, undated

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[Bottom] Note reading: Kenex LLC owned by Jean Matie Laprise in Ontario, Canada - Kentucky Hemp Growers and Madison Hemp & Flax Company Inc (1806) had good relations. These to [sic] corporations was doing R&D with product developing markets, i.e. horse bedding, hemp fed beef, aquaculture KSU Frankfort, paper research at NCS university, etc. Thanks to kenex and the Canadians got us off on the right path in the hemp industry., undated

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Videotapes, 1995-1999, undated

The Video series comprises of videos that documents hemp harvesting, the growth of hemp markets, and the demand to legalize and normalize hemp cultivation in the United States and Canada.

Horses: Donnie Coulter at farm in Willisburg, Kentucky, undated

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History of hemp and the Kentucky farmer , undated

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When hemp comes it's here to stay: the industrial hemp industry in Canada , 1997

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Kenex piece, Canadian Agricultural minister, Canadian DEA agent, undated

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Hemp harvesting - Kenex, undated

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Kenex - Drive into the future with hemp , undated

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Hemp the Crop , 1995

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Hemp harvesting, undated

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Market to Market - Iowa Public TV, 1996 March 15

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Donnie Coulter farm horses, undated

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Hemp for Victory - Billion Dollar Crop , undated

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Tobacco Trap - American farmers look beyond tobacco, billion dollar crop , undated

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Hempsters: Plant the seed film, undated

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I live in...Alcoholic...[?], undated

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Craig Lee, Farm Aid, 1995 October 1

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Town and Country, undated

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Industrial Hemp Meeting, 1996 February 7

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Documentary on hemp's renaissance, undated

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KET - House Bill 100, undated

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Craig Lee - Kentucky Hemp Museum, 1997 June

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Hemp - draft, undated

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Hemp the Crop (edited), undated

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Hemp the Crop , undated

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Billion Dollar Crop - Hemp for Victory , undated

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Hempsters , 2000 December

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Hemp field day loop, undated

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Don't let the home farm die, 1999

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Governor Louie B. Nunn senate testimony - Agriculture hearings committee, undated

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Hemp for Victory and a preview of The Billion Dollar Crop, undated

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Hemp harvesting, undated

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The Billion Dollar Crop - the renaissance of hemp , undated

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Hempsters , undated

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Agriculture Research Commission, 1997 July 9

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Agriculture and Natural Resources, 1997 July 9

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Hempsters: Plant the Seed , undated

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Medical Cannabis Reel, undated

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Kenex, undated

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U.S. Department of Agriculture - Hemp for Victory, undated

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Billion Dollar Crop , undated

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Hemp report, 1998 June 1

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Hempsters: Plant the Seed , 2001 August

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Hempsters , undated

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Hemp Hemp Hooray! The Growing Industrial Hemp Market , 1999

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