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[folio icon]Virginia Cooperative Extension. Record Group 26/2 (5168 image records)
Collection contains approximately 5,000 photographs of activities of the Agricultural Extension Service, primarily in the 1950s, including 4-H and home demonstration work. Other historical photographs of extension work, used in compiling College of the Fields: Highlights of the Virginia Cooperative Extension Service, can be found in Record Group 26/2 in the University Archives. Listed in photo guide as Agricultural Extension Service.
These resources and materials are not in the public domain and copyright is largely held by the Digital Library and Archives, University Libraries, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. These resources and materials are not in the public
[folio icon]Food and Nutrition, Virginia Extension Service (513 image records)
[folio icon]Food and Nutrition, Virginia Extension Service (56 image records)
photographs from Box 5

56 Image Records in This Folio

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Title: Mrs. George Mays churning
Subject: Virginia Cooperative Extension, Dairying-equipment and supplies, Butter, Amherst County (VA)
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Title: Adding coconut to pie
Subject: Virginia Cooperative Extension, Cookery-Virginia, Kitchens, Home demonstration work
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Title: Biochemistry laboratory
Subject: Biochemistry, Virginia Cooperative Extension, Laboratories
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Title: Bread shaping
Subject: Virginia Cooperative Extension, 4-H clubs-Virginia-Rockingham County, Home demonstration work-Virginia-Rockingham County, Cookery-Virginia-Rockingham County, Bread
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Title: Breakfast
Subject: Virginia Cooperative Extension, Food habits, Breakfast, Dove, McVicker, Children-Nutrition, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
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Title: Breakfast
Subject: Virginia Cooperative Extension, Food habits, Breakfast, Dove, McVicker, Children-Nutrition, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
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Title: Breakfast
Subject: Virginia Cooperative Extension, Food habits, Breakfast, Dove, McVicker, Children-Nutrition, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
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Title: Canned goods
Subject: Virginia Cooperative Extension, 4-H clubs-Virginia-Louisa County, Nichols, Feagans, Canning and preserving, Home demonstration work-Virginia-Louisa County
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Title: Canning
Subject: Virginia Cooperative Extension, Canning and preserving, Kitchen cabinets, Household appliances, Home demonstration work, Food-Storage
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Title: Canning
Subject: Virginia Cooperative Extension, Canning and preserving, Kitchen cabinets, Household appliances, Home demonstration work-Virginia-Blacksburg
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Title: Canning
Subject: Virginia Cooperative Extension, Canning and preserving, Kitchen cabinets, Household appliances, Home demonstration work-Virginia-Blacksburg
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Title: Canning
Subject: Virginia Cooperative Extension, Canning and preserving, Kitchen cabinets, Household appliances, Home demonstration work-Virginia-Blacksburg, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
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Title: Canning
Subject: Virginia Cooperatve Extension, Canning and preserving, 4-H Clubs-Virginia, Home demonstration work-Virginia
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Title: Canning peaches
Subject: Virginia Cooperative Extension, Canning and preserving, Home demonstration work-Virginia-Blacksburg, Food
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Title: Cutting pie
Subject: Virginia Cooperative Extension, Kitchen utensils, Home demonstration work, Food
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