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4-H Clubs - West Virginia.


Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Arch Ellis, Photographer, Nitrate Negatives of 4-H Camps and Other Subjects

Collection Number: A&M 3846
Overview Nitrate negatives of photographs taken by Arch Ellis of Weston, West Virginia, mainly regarding 4-H Camps held at Jackson's Mill. The main subject of the photographs is campers at the various 4-H Camps (Boys, Girls, Farm Women's, and Volunteer) participating in camp activities. These activities include musical performances by campers; metalworking, weaving, hat making, and other arts and crafts activities; swimming, archery and other sports; and dancing, among other activities. Other...
Dates: 1926-1941, undated

Ernest J. Nesius Papers

Collection Number: A&M 3822

Papers of Ernest J. Nesius, former faculty and administrator of West Virginia University (WVU), documenting his professional activities involving agriculture and economics, his membership on a variety of committees, and his interest in 4-H and extension services.

Dates: 1890-1988

West Virginia University, Agricultural Extension Service, Manuals for 4-H Club Work Projects

Collection Number: A&M 0521
Scope and Contents

Manuals of instruction and procedure for work projects in agriculture, forestry, homemaking, carpentry, wild life conservation, recreation leadership, rural electrification, gardening, home beautification, poultry projects, and more. Inventory can be found in control folder.

Dates: 1943-1952

West Virginia University, Agricultural Extension Service, Musical Bulletin

Collection Number: A&M 5120
Overview Book including songs and musical games, created for 4-H and Farm Women groups of West Virginia. Games include: "Grand March"; "Four in a Boat"; "Shoo Fly"; "Skating Away"; "Susan Brown"; "Green Coffee"; "Captain Jinks"; "Come My Love"; "I Want to be a Farmer"; "Turn the Glasses Over"; "Goin' Down to Cairo"; "Push the Business On"; "Alabama Gal"; "O Charley"; "Jim Along Josie"; "Goin' to Boston"; "Red River Valley"; "Good Night Ladies"; and "Pop Goes the Weasel". Songs include: "West Virginia...
Dates: 1914

William H. Kendrick (1882-1937) Genealogy

Collection Number: A&M 2811

A typescript by Mr. L.S. Hartley entitled "Teepi: A Brief Account of Early Life and Ancestry of William H. Kendrick". The typescript gives short biographies of Kendrick and his wife Olive Garrison Kendrick as well as genealogical information on Kendrick's family.

Dates: 1982

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4-H clubs -- West Virginia 1
Boys' Agricultural Clubs. 1
Coal mining - Safety. 1
Dance and dancers. 1
Decorative arts -- West Virginia 1