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Aerial view of 4-H Camp Daniels Clemson University Libraries
Soil demonstration Clemson University Libraries Work - agronomy - pastures.
Victor grain Clemson University Libraries Work - agronomy.
Agent shaking hands with farmer Clemson University Libraries Work - agronomy - pastures.
Work - 4-H Clemson University Libraries
Farmer tending field Clemson University Libraries Work - agricultural engineering - planting and cultivating.
Aerial view of 4-H Camp Daniels Clemson University Libraries
Girl with chickens at the 4-H Tri-County Poultry Show and Sale Clemson University Libraries Work - 4-H.
Young people swimming Clemson University Libraries Work - 4-H.
Men inspecting grain quality Clemson University Libraries Work - agricultural engineering - planting and cultivating.
4-H canning class demonstration Clemson University Libraries Work - 4-H.
Harvesting cotton by hand Clemson University Libraries Work - agronomy.
Group portrait in lake for swimming Clemson University Libraries
Farmers inspecting cow pasture Clemson University Libraries Work - agronomy - pastures.
Group of African American women Clemson University Libraries
Men in wheat field Clemson University Libraries Work - agronomy.
Farm demonstration Clemson University Libraries Work - agronomy.
Men baling grain Clemson University Libraries Work - agronomy.
Tobacco barn made by workers Clemson University Libraries Tobacco barn made by this African American for 50 cents.
African American children listening to speaker Clemson University Libraries
Men in wheat field Clemson University Libraries Work - agronomy.
Man and youth stacking wood Clemson University Libraries Work - agronomy.
Work - agricultural engineering Clemson University Libraries
Work demonstration Clemson University Libraries African American work pictures - Spartanburg County 1951.
Aerial view of 4-H Camp Daniels Clemson University Libraries
Agriculture demonstration Clemson University Libraries Oragneburg County Agent G. W. Daniel, assistant county agent Quincy Smith, and African American county agents inspect new terrance construction durin gtheir one-day training period on land capabilities and proper conservation treatments .
Lamp demonstration by Mrs. Currie at 4-H Camp Daniels Clemson University Libraries Mrs. Carrie at Winsby County demonstration house.
Demonstration of tractor repair to young men Clemson University Libraries Work - agricultural engineering.
Plow with tractor Clemson University Libraries Work - agronomy.
Farmers with beans drying on racks Clemson University Libraries Work - agronomy.
Cow farm demonstration Clemson University Libraries Work - agronomy.
Work - 4-H Clemson University Libraries
Community farmers at lake Clemson University Libraries
Tree measuring demonstration Clemson University Libraries Work - agronomy.
Farm tool shed Clemson University Libraries Farm tool shed on African American farm.
Child with clothes appliance Clemson University Libraries Kitchen after home improvements, Fairfield County (S.C.)
Group of African American men Clemson University Libraries African American work pictures - Spartanburg County 1951.
Agents attending conservation camp Clemson University Libraries African American extension agents attending 1941 conservation camp.
Man in wheat field Clemson University Libraries Work - agronomy.
Group of young people swimming Clemson University Libraries Work - 4-H.
4-H canning exhibit Clemson University Libraries Work - 4-H.
Aerial view of 4-H Camp Daniels Clemson University Libraries
Men inspecting crops Clemson University Libraries Work - agronomy.
African American extension service work Clemson University Libraries
Farmers with farm equipment Clemson University Libraries
Farmers plowing field Clemson University Libraries Work - agricultural engineering - planting and cultivating.
Wheat field demonstration Clemson University Libraries Work - agronomy.
Corn demonstration Clemson University Libraries Work - agronomy.
Men inspecting pine forest Clemson University Libraries Work - agronomy.
Agents attending conservation camp Clemson University Libraries African American extension agents attending 1941 conservation camp.
Cow livestock demonstration Clemson University Libraries Livestock demonstration.
Farming exhibit at fair Clemson University Libraries
Farmers inspecting corn Clemson University Libraries African American work pictures - Spartanburg County 1951.
County agent giving help in vegetable production Clemson University Libraries African American county agent giving help in vegetable production.
Canning demonstration at African American home Clemson University Libraries The US Department of Agriculture's Cooperative Extension Service included Home Demonstration Clubs to educate rural women on home economics. South Carolina's Cooperative Extension Service required segregated clubs taught but not enough black women agents were hired to cover all counties and their pay was considerably less than white home agents.
Man harvesting vegetables Clemson University Libraries
Men inspecting leaves of tobacco plant Clemson University Libraries African American work pictures - Spartanburg County 1951.
Farmer and swine in field Clemson University Libraries
Home Demonstration Clemson University Libraries The US Department of Agriculture's Cooperative Extension Service included Home Demonstration Clubs to educate rural women on home economics. South Carolina's Cooperative Extension Service required segregated clubs taught but not enough black women agents were hired to cover all counties and their pay was considerably less than white home agents.
Farming exhibits at fair Clemson University Libraries
Grand Champion Negro Fat Stock Show Clemson University Libraries Segregated shows and fairs were the only way African American could compete.
Agent talking with swine farmer Clemson University Libraries
Home Demonstration Clemson University Libraries The US Department of Agriculture's Cooperative Extension Service included Home Demonstration Clubs to educate rural women on home economics. South Carolina's Cooperative Extension Service required segregated clubs taught but not enough black women agents were hired to cover all counties and their pay was considerably less than white home agents.
Farmer with swine Clemson University Libraries
Farmers with poultry Clemson University Libraries African American home demonstration (Poultry).
African American Recreation Center sewing machine clinic Clemson University Libraries A scene at a sewing machine clinic sponsored at the African Americans Recreation Center on S. Library Street Tuesday by the county African Americans agent. Miss Portia Seabrook, Winthrop College, clothing specialist; Mrs. Jeanette Griffen, assistant home demonstration agent; and Manager L. R. Solesbee of the local office of the Singer Sewing Machine Co., assisted in the clinic. About 60 African Americans farm women and 4-H club members attended.
4-H Poultry Show and Sale Clemson University Libraries
Agent talking with swine farmer Clemson University Libraries
Family harvesting vegetables Clemson University Libraries
Farmer and swine in field Clemson University Libraries
Horticulture - vegetables - home garden Clemson University Libraries African American work pictures - Spartanburg County 1951.
Swine demonstration Clemson University Libraries
Man in wheat field Clemson University Libraries African American work pictures - Spartanburg County 1951.
Farmer with swine Clemson University Libraries
Women making bed as part of Home Demonstration Clubs Clemson University Libraries The US Department of Agriculture's Cooperative Extension Service included Home Demonstration Clubs to educate rural women on home economics. South Carolina's Cooperative Extension Service required segregated clubs taught but not enough black women agents were hired to cover all counties and their pay was considerably less than white home agents.
People with pigs and piglets Clemson University Libraries
Farming exhibit at fair Clemson University Libraries
Farmer with swine Clemson University Libraries
Farmer demonstrating cow Clemson University Libraries
Farmers stacking sweet potatoes, 1938 Clemson University Libraries African American farmers stacking sweet potatoes.
Farmer feeding poultry, 1938 Clemson University Libraries African American farmer feeding chicken.
Attendees waiting for lunch at 4-H Camp Dixon, 1938 June Clemson University Libraries African American 4-H Club members lined up to go in for lunch.
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1938-06
Harvesting cotton by hand, 1939 Clemson University Libraries African American harvesting cotton by hand.
Cars at tour of the home of Bessie Evans, Honea Path (S.C.), 1939 April 28 Clemson University Libraries Extension worker present: R.W. Anderson. Address Route #4 Honea Path, S.C.
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1939-04-28
A closet made of orange crates in Helen Yeargin's home, Pelzer (S.C.), 1939 April 28 Clemson University Libraries Yeargins home in Woodville community. Extension worker present: R.W. Anderson.
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1939-04-28
Farmers of African American Forkville community touring Bessie Evans' home, Honea Path (S.C.), 1939 April 28 Clemson University Libraries Extension worker present: R.W. Anderson. Address Route #4 Honea Path, S.C.
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1939-04-28