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Abstract Included are enrollment summaries and analysis, Cooperative Extension project plans and reports, leadership training programs, purchase and incorporation records for the 4-H camp at Lake Tahoe (called the Nevada State 4-H Institute and Exhibit), photographs, and publicity materials from 1918-1980.
Abstract This Girl Scout troop was established in Lovelock, Nevada, on November 6, 1957, and consisted of fifth-grade girls. Scrapbook includes a list of members and leaders, clippings, photographs, postcards, brochures, programs, and correspondence (1957-1964).
Identifier: AC 0043
Abstract The Nevada Cooperative Extension Service is the youngest of the three branches of agricultural education. Founded in Nevada as a result of the Smith-Lever Act of 1914, it organized scores of clubs for young people in Nevada and was the predecessor of the 4-H clubs and worked closely with the Nevada Farm Bureaus. In 1938, the Nevada Farm Bureau and the Cooperative Extension Service purchased a 30-acre tract of land at Tahoe, and in 1947 purchased the lake frontage. A camp was established on the...
- Subject: Girls -- Societies and clubs -- Nevada X