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Image   PR-JE-34
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TextJunior Extension series showing how a child can help in the home. No date.

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Image   PR-JE-35
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TextJunior Extension series showing how a child can help in the home. No date.

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Image   PR-JE-36
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TextJunior Extension series showing how a child can help in the home. No date.

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Image   PR-JE-37
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TextJunior Extension series showing how a child can help in the home. No date.

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Image   PR-JE-38
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TextJunior Extension series showing how a child can help in the home. No date.

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Image   PR-JE-39
Yearunknown
TextJunior Extension series showing how a child can help in the home. No date.

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Image   PR-JE-40
Yearunknown
TextJunior Extension series showing how a child can help in the home. No date.

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Image   PR-JE-01
Year1912
TextMaking apple jelly in 1912. Photo taken for Rural School Leaflet, Vol. X, No. 1, p.324. Shows some of the activity that preceded actual, organized junior Extension work.

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Image   PR-JE-02
Circa1915 - 1916
TextSmall, faded snapshot of very first work in junior Extension in 1915-16. This group of high school girls met with Claribel Nye once every two weeks for lessons in food preparation, and did homework assignments based on the lessons.

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Image   PR-JE-03
Circa1915 - 1918
TextJunior Extension in foods: Two girls canning carrots. Date is around 1915-18.

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Image   PR-JE-04
Year1918
TextJunior Extension in foods. Photo taken by Troy for Miss McNeal in December 1918, and used as the cover illustration for Bulletin J- 7, ''First Lessons in Food Study.''

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Image   PR-JE-05
Year1918
TextSchool lunch cabinet, December 1918. Taken by Troy for Miss McNeal for Bulletin J-7, p.125.

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Image   PR-JE-09
Year1918
TextGeneral utility apron suitable for junior Extension project. Photo taken by Troy in December 1918 for Miss McNeal for Bulletin J-1, p.29.

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Image   PR-JE-06
Year1920
TextFour lively children eating at a table on the deck over the home economics cafeteria. Caption reads: ''Junior project workers learn the value of milk in the diet especially for children.'' Used in Bulletin J-7, p.78, Fig. 25. Date is May 1920.

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Image   PR-JE-07
Year1920
TextJunior Extension in foods: Posters used in junior Extension foods projects. Photos taken by Troy in 1920 for Miss McNeal for Bulletin J-7, p.l26.

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Image   PR-JE-08
Year1920
TextJunior Extension in foods: Posters used in junior Extension foods projects. Photos taken by Troy in 1920 for Miss McNeal for Bulletin J-7, p.l26.

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Image   PR-JE-10
Year1920
TextUniform for junior Extension in foods. Photo taken by Troy June 4, 1920, for Bertram for use in the Extension Service News in July 1920.

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Image   PR-JE-11
Year1920
TextLineup of girls wearing variety of garments made from the same pattern, in a junior Extension clothing project. Date is around 1920. Troy photo.

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Image   PR-JE-33
Circa1920 - 1929
TextJunior Extension foods project. Not dated, but uniforms and posters in background suggest 1920's.

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Image   PR-JE-12
Year1927
TextJunior Field Days, June 22-24, 1927. Demonstration of table service, with Grace Ware and Marjorie Grant, both members of the home economics graduating class of 1927, serving various meals.

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Image   PR-JE-13
Year1927
TextJunior Field Days, June 22-24, 1927. Demonstration of table service, with Grace Ware and Marjorie Grant, both members of the home economics graduating class of 1927, serving various meals.

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Image   PR-JE-14
Year1927
TextJunior Field Days, June 22-24, 1927. Demonstration of table service, with Grace Ware and Marjorie Grant, both members of the home economics graduating class of 1927, serving various meals.

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Image   PR-JE-15
Year1927
TextJunior Field Days, 1927: Otsego County 4-H Club girls give demonstration on use of milk in a meal. Girls are Helen Layman and Ethelyn Neely.

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Image   PR-JE-16
Year1927
TextJunior Field Days, 1927: Otsego County 4-H Club girls give demonstration on healthful Summer drinks. Gertrude Brisack and Marjorie Lewis are the girls.

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Image   PR-JE-17
Year1927
TextJunior Field Days, 1927: Otsego County 4-H Club girls give demonstration on ways of using vegetables. Girls are Rose Aguesti and Jessie Freeman.

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Image   PR-JE-18
Year1927
TextJunior Field Days, 1927: Otsego County 4-H Club girls in stunt, ''Teeth that a Club Girl Built.'' Girls include Ruth Swartz, Iris Champlin, Jessie Freeman, Natalie and Augusta Hinman, and Stella Root.

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Image   PR-JE-19
Year1927
TextJunior Field Days, 1927: Otsego County 4-H Club girls in stunt, ''Punch as the Cook.'' Punch is played by Dorothy Larsen, Market Woman by Marjorie Van Alstyne, and the customer by Frances Meeneghan.

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Image   PR-JE-20
Year1927
TextJunior Field Days, 1927: Exhibit of clothing for 4-H Club girls arranged by Beulah Blackmore.

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Image   PR-JE-21
Year1927
TextJunior Field Days, 1927: Exhibit of clothing for 4-H Club girls arranged by Beulah Blackmore.

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Image   PR-JE-22
Year1928
TextTwo views of Junior Field Days, 1928. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-23
Year1928
TextTwo views of Junior Field Days, 1928. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-24
Year1929
TextVarious events at Junior Field Days, 1929. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-25a
Year1929
TextVarious events at Junior Field Days, 1929. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-25b
Year1929
TextVarious events at Junior Field Days, 1929. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-26a
Year1929
TextVarious events at Junior Field Days, 1929. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-26b
Year1929
TextVarious events at Junior Field Days, 1929. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-27a
Year1929
TextVarious events at Junior Field Days, 1929. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-27b
Year1929
TextVarious events at Junior Field Days, 1929. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-28a
Year1929
TextVarious events at Junior Field Days, 1929. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-28b
Year1929
TextVarious events at Junior Field Days, 1929. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-29
Year1930
TextFour-H Club girls displaying work and taking part in activities at an unidentified event in 1930. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-30
Year1930
TextFour-H Club girls displaying work and taking part in activities at an unidentified event in 1930. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-31
Year1930
TextFour-H Club girls displaying work and taking part in activities at an unidentified event in 1930. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-32
Year1938
TextHilda Babcock, a 4-H Club member and leader, is shown in her own home, canning. Taken for 4-H Club bulletin, ''What Foods to Eat and Why, 1938.

   

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