4-H clubs; Tanner, James E.; Johnson, Harper Stewart, 1894-1983; Massey, Elaine E.; Hurst, Fred J., 1889-1977; Uniforms; Agricultural extension workers
4-H Boys' and Girls' club leaders (Left to Right): James E. Tanner, first State Agent, Boys' 4-H work (1919-1942); H. S. ""Major"" Johnson, State 4-H Club Header; Elaine E. Massey, first Girls' 4-H Club agent (1923-1942); Fred J. Hurst, district...
4-H clubs; Uniforms; Madison County; Oktibbeha County; Noxubee County;Tallahatchie County; Monroe County; Hinds County
Officers of the State 4-H Executive Committee: (left to right) Rachael Moore Miller of Madison County, 4th Vice President; Lennox Lewis of Oktibbeha County, 1st Vice President; Christine Chancellor of Noxubee County, Secretary; Lynn Baker of...
Clothing and dress; 4-H clubs; 4-H Club Congress; Fountains; Mississippi State University
4-H girls at the 1935 Mississippi 4-H Club Congress. In 1935 the style revue at Farm and Home Week included both women and girls. They were scored not only on the sewing, but on accessories chosen to wear with the dress they made.
Executives of American Agricultural Editors Association at Prince of Wales Ranch near Calgary in Canada. (L-R) T.L. Wheeler, Mrs. W.L. Carlyle, John Cunningham, Cully A. Cobb, W.L. Carlyle, and A.B. Calder.
Post chapel, Columbus Army Flying School, Columbus, Mississippi. Caption on reverse says the chapel is open at all times to all air base personnel of every denomination, with 3 chaplains stationed at each base. Undated.