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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.)

Agents in training to can tomatoes and green beans. The canner is the popular Flowers model manufactured in Hickory [North Carolina]. The can with the label is a 4-H brand for green beans

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Seven women and two extension agents were photographed during a lesson on canning (ca. 1920-1929.) The canner depicted was a popular Flowers model manufactured in Hickory, North Carolina. The can with the label was a 4-H brand for green beans.

A group of Little River Club women working for certificates in Food Preservation

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This photograph (ca. 1920-1929) depcits four women who took a lesson on steam pressure and worked towards certificates in food preservation.

Front view, back view, and side view and of a young boy standing

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Front, back, and side view of a young boy used in nutrition demonstrations.

Little Eck Sims being examined in Brevard during Baby Welfare Week - about 53 babies examined and mothers advised

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Little Eck Sims was examined during Baby Welfare Week. About fifty-three babies and mothers were examined and advised throughout the week.

Group of women and one man sewing a mattress together, 1940-1941

This image of club members gathered together demonstrates how demonstration clubs formed communities through service.

Rockingham County - April 27, 1940. Annie Soweor of the Ruffin 4-H Club in Rockingham County - [?] as the most outstanding club girl in the county in 1939

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In 1940, Annie Soweor earned the tiitle of "Most Outstanding Club Girl" in Rockingham County. The Extension Service employed competitions that created strong and hard working rural leaders in North Carolina.

4-H club member making biscuits

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In this photograph (ca. 1920-1929) a young 4-H Club member is depicted making bisquits.

4-H club members participating in exercises at the Davidson-Rowan 4-H Camp

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This photograph (ca. 1927) depicts 4-H club members of all ages stretching at the Davidson-Rowan 4-H camp.