Projects and posters regarding West Virginia flowers and trees, as well as African wildlife. Projects include fifteen collections of leaves and flowers, labeled and mounted on cardboard. These project boards also include the wild flower conservation pledge and a poem about roadside flowers. The posters, distributed by the East African Wild Life Society include the zebra, water buck, lion, buffalo, and black rhinoceros. The collection also includes the following miscellaneous items: a quadrangle map featuring the Mason Dixon Line from Maryland and the lands west of the line; a program from the Hewitt Presbyterian Church for its eightieth reunion (October 14, 1951); an "at home" card for Mrs. Charles Montgomery Babb, Miss Babb, and Miss Lulu Babb; a brochure featuring the 1933 autumn rate schedules for Lake Mohonk Mountain House and Mountain Rest House in Ulster County, New York; an 1897 article from the Daily New Dominion featuring articles about West Virginia University president Dr. J. H. Raymond and Hon. James H Stewart, the director of the West Virginia Experiment Station; and a 1978-1979 member directory for Internal City Management Association, a professional and educational association of appointed administrators in city and county governments.
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A&M 1153, 4-H Project, West Virginia Flowers and Trees and Other Records, West Virginia and Regional History Center, West Virginia University Libraries. https://archives.lib.wvu.edu/repositories/2/resources/4394 Accessed January 15, 2021.