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  • Collection: Agricultural Empowerment in Academics, Research, and Extension

Graham Praises Farm Institute

UA100.40.4 1970-1971.pdf

"Graham Praises Farm Institute: The Agricultural Institute of N.C. State University, which offeres a two-year terminal course in several major fields of agriculture and farm-related business, is 'filling a real need' in the state, Agriculture…

Now! You Too Can Have Technical Training to Prepare You for a Career in...

UA 100.040 Half Box 7 -2.pdf
This informational pamphlet informs high school students about the career opportunites made possible with an Associate's degree from the Agricultural Institute. Students could choose from the followiing majors: Farm Equipment Sales and Service, Field…

Agricultural students in class

This photograph, probably from the 1950s, depicts an agricultural class full of white male students. This is evidence of the dominance of white males in the program versus white women or African Americans.

Students observing woman conduct agricultural research

The woman in this photo is either a student, faculty member, or demonstrator. She is being observed by all white men.

Students working in a lab

This photograph depicts white male students in an agricultural lab circa 1930-1939. This photograph implies only white males were accepted into the School of Agriculture during this decade.

Students in Horticulture Lab

This photograph depicts two students, female and male, in the horticultural lab. Female agriculture students were more common in the 1970s photographs.

Horticulture class in greenhouse

This photograph depicts a white female and two white male students analyzing a plant in an NC State greenhouse.

Philip Morris Scholarship Winners

This photograph depicts the winners of the Philip Morris Scholarship. Notice there are two white women recepients.

North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts freshman class posing with agricultural machinery, 1909

This photograph depicts the North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts freshman class of 1909 posting with agricultural machinery. The class is composed of all white males, which proves that NCC A&M catered to the educational advancement…