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Description: 4-H millinery display team at the 1921 Wisconsin State Fair.
Description: Color photograph of 4-H youth operating a Farmall 340 tractor with mounted plow.
Description: Food entries at the 1959 Dane County Junior Fair total 1,650 including 76 loaves of bread. Shown examining a loaf of bread are (left to right) Ilene Ballwe...
Description: Thirty-three Sun Prairie 4-H youngsters are shown with one of four truckloads of trash they picked up along area highways.
Description: The 1959 Dane County Junior Fair dairy cattle show includes 577 entries. Shown unloading a trailer load of hay bought in by the Hope 4-H Club to feed his G...
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Description: John Amos and Wilbur Allio wear protective veils and stand on either side of a hive of bees.
Description: 4-H band from Sedgewick County, Kansas. The band attended the International Harvester livestock show and Boys & Girls Club conclave.
Description: A new home economics class for girls at the 1959 Dane County Junior Fair is called "Let's Care for Children." Looking over an entry are (left to right) Elo...
Description: The 1959 Dane County Junior Fair home economics building is the center for 1,000s of entries made by girls of Dane County in the clothing and food categori...
Date: date unknown
Description: 4-H Club band playing near the Police Station at the Wisconsin State Fair. In the background is the Agriculture Department's Milk House.
Description: A young man operates a McCormick-Deering Farmall tractor. The photograph was taken for a 1946 4-H Field Corps Contest.
Description: Group of women gathered at a church for a lecture regarding 4-H Clubs. The lecture was held in conjunction with the Union Pacific Nebraska Farm Preparednes...
Description: M.W. Iregens, far left, member of the Agricultural Committee of the Wisconsin Bankers Association, presents association awards to, left to right, Patricia...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Two young men who are 4-H members are each standing and holding a rope lead next to a young bovine, possibly at the Iron County Fair.
Description: A group of young women at an International Harvester factory (most likely McCormick Works) ride on a parade float reading "Welcome 4-H Club Champions, Inte...
Description: William Kammoeller, a 4-H Junior Fair camper, waiting in the Youth Building for the car to take him home.
Description: Three young men wearing hats, all 4-H members, stand with their bovines, steer which have short horns, at the Iron County Fair.
Description: A young man operates a McCormick-Deering Farmall tractor. The photograph was taken as part of a 1946 4-H Field Corps contest.
Description: Merton Sutter receiving a 4-H farm accounting award in front of a McCormick-Deering All-Steel Thresher. Original caption reads: "Winner of $300 merchandisi...
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