Skip to main content Skip to search Skip to search results

4-H clubs

 Organization

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Howard M. Gore (1877-1947) Papers

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.0198
Scope and Contents The official papers of the 17th governor of West Virginia. Gore's career began in World War I when he was assistant food administrator in West Virginia; and in 1921 he went to Washington as a livestock appraiser and specialist in marketing livestock in the Department of Agriculture; he was appointed Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, and upon the Death of Henry C. Wallace, was made Secretary of Agriculture (November 22, 1924- March 4, 1925). In addition to his papers as Governor, other series...

Nat T. Frame (1877-1948) Papers

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.2631
Overview This collection consists of letters, pamphlets, reports and similar materials collected by Nat Terry Frame for use in preparing his history of West Virginia Agricultural Extension Work, entitled, WEST VIRGINIA AGRICULTURE AND RURAL LIFE. Subjects discussed in the work include regional development groups in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Ohio; rural life and community development experiments of the 1930s; American Country Life Association ideology and activities; improvement of small farm...

West Virginia Four-H Clubs, Papers

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.2286
Overview Correspondence, scrapbook, photographs, newsletters, manuals, handbooks, bulletins, and other materials relating to the history and activities of the West Virginia 4-H Clubs. There are three volumes containing newsletters (1. 1926, 2. 1927, 3. 1928-1956); and one scrapbook from 1922 containing mostly photographs and a few clippings.