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4-H - Camp Daniels, 1949 July 20 Clemson University Libraries
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1949-07-20
4-H - Camp Daniels, 1949 July 20 Clemson University Libraries
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1949-07-20
4-H - Camp Daniels, 1956 July 15 Clemson University Libraries
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1956-07-15
4-H Poultry Show and Sale Clemson University Libraries
4-H canning class demonstration Clemson University Libraries Work - 4-H.
4-H canning exhibit Clemson University Libraries Work - 4-H.
4-H clothing exhibit, 1951 Clemson University Libraries Work - 4-H.
1951
4-H club members and agents at Conservation Camp, 1941 July Clemson University Libraries African American 4-H Club members and Agents attending 1941 Conservation Camp.
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1941-07
4-H club members with agents answering programs planning, 1941 July Clemson University Libraries African American 4-H club members with agents answering programs planning.
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1941-07
4-H member showing hog, 1958 Clemson University Libraries African American 4-H member showing hog.
4-H members showing hogs, 1958 Clemson University Libraries African American 4-H member showing hogs.
4-H work demonstration, 1951 Clemson University Libraries Work - 4-H.
1951
4-H youth in parade, 1951 Clemson University Libraries Work - 4-H.
1951
4-H youth showing cows, 1951 Clemson University Libraries Work - 4-H.
4-H youth with banner, 1951 Clemson University Libraries Work - 4-H.
1951
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
Aerial view of 4-H Camp Daniels Clemson University Libraries
Aerial view of 4-H Camp Daniels Clemson University Libraries
Aerial view of 4-H Camp Daniels Clemson University Libraries
Aerial view of 4-H Camp Daniels Clemson University Libraries
Aerial view of 4-H Camp Daniels, 1953 July Clemson University Libraries
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1953-07
African American 4-H boys at Negro Fat Stock Show, 1946 April Clemson University Libraries Segregated shows and fairs were the only way African American could compete.
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1946-04
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.
African American Shilo school in Anderson County (S.C.), 1941 May 2 Clemson University Libraries Extension worker present: A.E. Daniels
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1941-05-02
African American children entering lunchroom at Gold Hill School, Lancaster County (S.C.), 1940 Clemson University Libraries Extension worker present: F.W. Cannon. Original caption: "Gold Hill Colored School".
African American children listening to speaker Clemson University Libraries
African American extension service work Clemson University Libraries
African American family home, 1953 August Clemson University Libraries
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1953-08
African American farm home, 1949 June Clemson University Libraries
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1949-06