4-H clubs -- West Virginia
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Diary of a female teenager from Pocohontas County, Frances Hunter, documenting her social life and other activities, including athletics, movies, parties, and 4-H camp. She mentions seeing General Pershing, General Petain, and President Hoover at Williamsburg. This is a candid statement of everyday life of a young woman in east-central West Virginia.
Collection of photographs and printed material from the West Virginia University Extension Service. The photographs include 4-H camps, Farm Women's Clubs and other various activities. Many are unidentified or undated. The printed material includes some annual reports, Extension Service publications regarding wildlife and tourism, and books on regional colleges and extension programs. Also included are photographs and reports from Oglebay Institute in Wheeling, WV.