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Inventory of work in 1943

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This report was created in 1943 to summarize the relief efforts of home demonstration clubs in North Carolina during World War Two.

Negro Boys' Club work

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This report was created by C.R. Hudson in 1919. It is a selection of the report specifically on Negro boys' club work in North Carolina.


Boys' club work (white)

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This report was created by C.R. Hudson and is an excerpt of a larger report on North Carolina Agricultural Extension.


1912 girl's club, tomato club booklet by Prapst, Beulah

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Beulah Prapst reflected on her experiences in her local tomato club in this booklet. All club members were expected to create a club journal.

1915 girls club, tomato club booklet by Peterson, Annie Laura

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This booklet was written by Annie Laura Peterson, a member of a North Carolina tomato club. Within the booklet, she reflected and described her experiences with the club.


Join the 4-H club in the food and freedom fight

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This 4-H pamphlet instructed club members on how to support the war effort by producing, conserving, and volunteering. The booklet also provided instructions on the "Feed a Fighter" program.

4-H girls preserving fruits and vegetables

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Four girls practiced canning fruits and vegetables in this photograph.


4-H Club Members Standing Together Grouped in Clubs: Tomato Club, Bee Club, Pig Club, and Corn Club, ca. 1920-1929

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4-H club members posed for a picture grouped in their respective clubs, Tomato Club, Bee Club, Pig Club, and Corn Club in this photograph (ca. 1920-1929)


Cook with milk! A quart a day per child

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This photograph depicts a home demonstration by Mrs. Jonathan Danson in Duplin County, North Carolina. Mrs. Jonathan Danson educated rural women on how and why to cook with milk.

Demonstration of first-aid for swimmers

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A man was photographed while demonstrating first-aid for swimmers to group of young men and women (ca. 1920-1929.)