Camps -- Tahoe, Lake, Region (Calif. and Nev.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Identifier: AC 0601
Abstract The collection is composed of videocassettes, compact disks, and 16mm film reels about National 4-H Council programming, the Lake Tahoe 4-H camp, regional Cooperative Extension System 4-H events, and marketing material.
Identifier: AC 0588
Identifier: AC 0163
Overview Lake Tahoe Music Camp was founded in 1957 as a Summer School program for 8th-12th grade students and music directors from Nevada, California, and other states. Collection contains one scrapbook of photographs, brochures, announcements, and news clippings as well as other brochures and programs for the camp.
Identifier: AC 0043
Abstract The records in this collection document the Cooperative Extension Service from 1934-1980, but primarily focus on 4-H programs, including the purchase and development of the Lake Tahoe camp. The director during much of this period was Cecil W. Creel, but Thomas E. Buckman was the extension administrator most closely in contact with the counties. Raymond C. Cox, a county extension agent, became the 4-H program director in 1961. In addition, there are limited records on general agricultural...