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Title: Tanner J. Livisay Collection
Span Dates: 1927-1991
Bulk Dates: 1940-1968
ID No: Ms2018-01
Creator: Tanner J. Livisay
Extent: 12 boxes
Language: English
Repository: West Virginia State Archives, Charleston, WV
Abstract: This collection contains papers of Tanner J. Livisay

Administrative Information

Donor: Family of Tanner J. Livisay (Marilyn Livisay Stewart, Carolyn Livisay McGhee, W. Osborne Livisay, Jackson P. Livisay, Jr.)
Transfers: Some publications transferred to State Documents; cook hat and apron from Boys 4-H Camp, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp transferred to Museums
Preferred Citation: [item, collection number], Tanner J. Livisay Collection, West Virginia State Archives, Charleston, WV.
Processor: Archives and History Staff
Biographical Note:

Born in Huntington, West Virginia to William G. and Nintha Barnes Johnson on May 3, 1906, Tanner J. Livisay grew to serve the state of West Virginia as both a Home Demonstration Agent and an Extension Service Agent. Her work in these areas led her to be inducted into the West Virginia Agricultural Hall of Fame in April 1976, where she was noted to be "probably the most influential black woman in West Virginia."

Livisay graduated from Douglass High School in 1923 and obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Home Economics from West Virginia State College in 1927. She taught school in Jefferson and Wyoming counties for fourteen years, and obtained her Master's Degree from West Virginia University. She furthered her studies at the Merrill Palmer Institute in Detroit, the University of Michigan, the University of Cincinnati, Cornell University, and Colorado State University.

Tanner J. Livisay began her work as a Home Demonstration Agent in 1941, serving Mercer, McDowell, and Wyoming counties. She helped to organize several Home and Garden clubs, 4-H clubs, and worked to establish the West Virginia Farm and Homemakers Council, which was associated with West Virginia State College, West Virginia University, and the West Virginia Department of Agriculture. From 1945 to 1962, she served as District Home Demonstration Agent, serving the entire state of West Virginia.

In 1962, Livisay became the State Extension Specialist in Child Development and Human Relations, as well as an assistant professor of home economics at West Virginia University. She would also become the first African American Family Life Specialist in the country. She worked in the Extension Service for a total of 27 years before retiring in 1968. In 1994, her book, Reaching Out with Heart and Hand - The Memories of an Extension Worker, was published, giving Livisay's personal account of the work of the West Virginia Extension Service for African Americans. Throughout her career, Livisay accomplished many things, such as the development of a five-year statewide health plan, the organization of a statewide beautification campaign, the organization of a scholarship campaign for two historically black colleges (West Virginia State College and Bluefield State College), the development of various youth programs and workshops, and the development of two package program teaching kits, entitled "Living Creatively Through the Middle Years," and "Men and Creative Family Living," both of which receiving praise nationally. Along with her work, Livisay often attended and presented at various conferences, including the National Conference on Aging and the White House Conference on Children and Youth. She also hosted a radio program in Princeton on WLOH and appeared in several television programs in West Virginia and surrounding states.

Tanner J. Livisay was an active church member. On Easter Sunday, 1919, she was baptized at the 16th Street Church in Huntington, West Virginia, of which her grandmother and father were founding members. Upon moving to Detroit in 1976, she joined St. Timothy United Methodist Church. She was an active member of the United Methodist Women and Eunice Circle. Livisay was also an active member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority-Epsilon Delta Omega and Eta Iota Omega Chapters. Her activities led her to receive many citations, plaques, and honors. She was named "Great Lakes Region of Alpha Kappa Alpha Woman of the Year" in 1965; and in 1985, Eta Omicron and Gamma Phi Omega Chapters honored her as "Outstanding West Virginia Woman" during Black History Month. Tanner J. Livisay lived in Princeton, West Virginia from 1928 through 1976. Her husband, Jackson P. Livisay, passed away in 1974, prompting Mrs. Livisay to move to Detroit, Michigan, where she would live until her death in 2004 at the age of 98. Mrs. Livisay had four children: Jackson P. Livisay, Jr., W. Osborne Livisay, Carolyn L. McGhee, and Marilyn L. Stewart. As noted by her grandson, Victor Livisay, "Tanner J. Livisay's achievements are magnified given the unique challenges of being an African-American female during a period of intense segregation and discrimination. Mrs. Livisay rose above these difficulties and was a true pioneer in the chronicles of American history."


Contents List:


BOX 1

Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1940
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1941
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1942
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1943
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1944
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1945
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1946
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1947
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1948
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1949
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1950
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1951
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1952
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1953
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1954
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1955
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1956
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1957
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1958
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1959
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1960
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1961
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1962
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1963
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1964
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1965
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1966
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1967
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1968
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1969
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1970
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1971
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1973
Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, 1975


BOX 2

2:1 Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, Undated
2:2 Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence from Elizabeth Drewry, July 10, 1955
2:3 Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, Ethel Banks, Fayette County Home Demonstration Agent, 1961-1965
2:4 Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, Gustine Elliott, Raleigh County Home Demonstration Agent, 1963-1965
2:5 Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, Victoria Goens, Jefferson County Extension 4-H Agent, 1962-1965
2:6 Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, Virginia Griffin, 1966
2:7 Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, Virginia Griffin, 1967
2:8 Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, Virginia Griffin, 1968
2:9 Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence from Mother Barnett, Huntington, October 14, 1966
2:10 Tanner J. Livisay, Memos and Correspondence regarding travel, 1967
2:11 Tanner J. Livisay, Telegrams
2:12 Tanner J. Livisay, Clippings
2:13 Tanner J. Livisay, Certificates
2:14 Tanner J. Livisay, Biographical Information
2:15 Tanner J. Livisay, Expense Reports and Requisitions
2:16 Tanner J. Livisay, Payroll and Employment
2:17 Tanner J. Livisay, Program Planning, 1967-1968
2:18 Tanner J. Livisay, Requests for State Staff Assistance, 1968
2:19 Tanner J. Livisay, Who's Who of American Women, 1970
2:20 Tanner J. Livisay, Calendars, 1941-1942
2:21 Tanner J. Livisay, Schedule, August 1967
2:22 Tanner J. Livisay, Schedule, May 1968
2:23 Tanner J. Livisay, Budget, 1967-1968
2:24 Tanner J. Livisay, January-June 1968
2:25 Tanner J. Livisay, Suggestions for Recruiting Prospective Agents, July 1951
2:26 Tanner J. Livisay, Problems in Extension Work, 1951
2:27 Tanner J. Livisay, Reports, 1943-1944
2:28 Tanner J. Livisay, Reports, 1944
2:29 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Report, Mercer, McDowell, and Wyoming, December 1941-November 1942
2:30 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Narrative Report, Mercer, McDowell, and Wyoming, December 1942-November 1943
2:31 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Narrative Report, 1942-1943
2:32 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Narrative Report, 1944-1945
2:33 Tanner J. Livisay, Reports, 1941-1942
2:34 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Narrative Report (McDowell, Mercer, Wyoming), 1942
2:35 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Report, 1943-1944
2:36 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Report, 1945-1946
2:37 Tanner J. Livisay, Report of 4-H Club Work, Mercer County, Year Ending September 30, 1946
2:38 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Narrative Report, 1947
2:39 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Narrative Report, 1947-1948
2:40 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Narrative Report, 1948-1949
2:41 Tanner J. Livisay, Report, 1951
2:42 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Report, 1950-1951
2:43 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Report, 1951-1952
2:44 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Report, 1952-1953
2:45 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Report, 1954-1955
2:46 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Report, 1955-1956
2:47 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Narrative Report, December 1956-November 1957
2:48 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Report (district home agent and Cabell County), 1957-1958
2:49 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Narrative Report, 1958-1959
2:50 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Report, 1959-1960
2:51 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Report, 1960-1961
2:52 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Narrative Report, 1962
2:53 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Narrative Report, 1963
2:54 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Narrative Report, 1964
2:55 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Narrative Report, 1965
2:56 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Narrative Report, 1966
2:57 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Report, 1966
2:58 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Narrative Report, 1967
2:59 Tanner J. Livisay, Six Month Report, January-June 1968
2:60 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Plan of Work, 1946
2:61 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Report of Work, Mercer and McDowell Counties, 1948
2:62 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Plan of Work, Mercer County, 1949
2:63 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Plan of Work, 1956
2:64 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Plan of Work, 1957
2:65 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Plan of Work, 1958
2:66 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Plan of Work, 1961
2:67 Tanner J. Livisay, Plan of Work, 1963
2:68 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Plan of Work, 1964
2:69 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Plan of Work, 1965
2:70 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Plan of Work, 1966
2:72 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Plan of Work, 1967
2:73 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Plan of Work, Calendar Year 1967
2:74 Tanner J. Livisay, Plan of Work, January-June 1968
2:75 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Program of Work (McDowell, Mercer, Wyoming), 1942
2:76 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Program of Work, 1943
2:77 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Program of Work, Mercer, McDowell and Wyoming Counties, 1944
2:78 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Program of Work (McDowell, Mercer), 1948
2:79 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Program of Work, 1950
2:80 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Program of Work, 1960
2:81 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Narrative Reports, 1942
2:82 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Narrative Reports, 1943
2:83 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Narrative Reports, May-September 1946


BOX 3

3:1 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Narrative Reports, 1947
3:2 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Narrative Reports, 1948
3:3 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Narrative Report, March 1948
3:4 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Narrative Report, April 1948
3:5 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Narrative Report, September 1948
3:6 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Narrative Report, September 1950
3:7 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Narrative Report, August 1953
3:8 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Narrative Report, November 1953
3:9 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Narrative Report, January 1954
3:10 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Narrative Reports, July-October 1957
3:11 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Narrative Report, November 1961
3:12 Tanner J. Livisay, Narrative Summaries, 1964
3:13 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Reports, 1962
3:14 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Reports, 1963
3:15 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Reports, 1964
3:16 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Reports, 1965
3:17 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Reports, 1965
3:18 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Reports, 1966
3:19 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Reports and Travel, 1966
3:20 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Reports, 1967
3:21 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Reports, 1967
3:22 Tanner J. Livisay, Calendar of Events, 1966
3:23 Tanner J. Livisay, Travel Plans, April-June 1966
3:24 Tanner J. Livisay, 1967
3:25 Tanner J. Livisay, Speech, Achievement Day
3:26 Tanner J. Livisay, 1950
3:27 Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence regarding outstanding 4-H club members, 1943
3:28 Tanner J. Livisay, Short Course (extension education) to be given at Bluefield State College, June 1944
3:29 Tanner J. Livisay, Ration Check, 1945
3:30 Tanner J. Livisay, Radio Script, WLOH, Princeton, February 25, 1948
3:31 Tanner J. Livisay, Radio Remarks, 1950
3:32 Tanner J. Livisay, Receipts, 1955-1956
3:33 Tanner J. Livisay, Receipts and Expense Requests
3:34 Tanner J. Livisay, Report of the National Training Conference on Extension Education in Family Life, Merrill-Palmer Institute, Detroit, September 9-13, 1963
3:35 Tanner J. Livisay, Human Relations and Group Dynamics Workshop, Colorado State University, June 14-July 23, 1965
3:36 Tanner J. Livisay, "The Man in My Life," Lesson Leaflet Prepared for Home Demonstration Clubs of Monongalia County, 1967
3:37 Tanner J. Livisay, notes used in first conference with Miss Eubanks, September 1946
3:38 Tanner J. Livisay, Commencement Address, 34th Annual Lincoln High School Commencement, Hinton, May 23, 1957
3:39 Tanner J. Livisay, Calendar, 1953
3:40 Tanner J. Livisay, Manuscript
3:41 Tanner J. Livisay, Name Card
3:42 Tanner J. Livisay, historical record of work done by Cooperative Extension agents, 1963
3:43 Tanner J. Livisay, historical record of work done by Cooperative Extension agents, individual histories
3:44 Tanner J. Livisay, Making and Updating Your Will, 1974
3:45 Tanner J. Livisay, Personal Items
3:46 Tanner J. Livisay, Men in Creative Family Living
3:47 Tanner J. Livisay, Christmas and New Year's mailings
3:48 Tanner J. Livisay, Radio Scripts
3:49 Tanner J. Livisay, Concerns of Teenagers, Junior Leaders Conference, University of Vermont, August 19, 1966
3:50 Tanner J. Livisay, An Evaluation Project, Home Economics 209, July 18-August 7, 1951
3:51 Tanner J. Livisay, "Growing Up Children"
3:52 Tanner J. Livisay, Revised List of Films, Recording, Leaflets and Lessons to be used in Conducting Sessions on Problems in Family Living
3:53 Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence regarding publication and papers, 1995-1996
3:54 Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, Cooperative Extension Service, Parkersburg Area, 1967
3:55 Tanner J. Livisay, Correspondence, Cooperative Extension Service, Parkersburg Area, 1968
3:56 Tanner J. Livisay, Calendar of Activities, 1947
3:57 Tanner J. Livisay, Membership Cards
3:58 Tanner J. Livisay, "As A Homemaker I Shall Strive To Be"
3:59 Tanner J. Livisay, Retirement
3:60 Tanner J. Livisay, Newsletter, September 29, 1966
3:61 Tanner J. Livisay, Et Cetera, June 26, 1968
3:62 Tanner J. Livisay, The Personality Challenge in Combining the Roles of Wife, Mother, and Professional Worker, 1964
3:63 Tanner J. Livisay, Rising Expectations as a Force of Change, Home Demonstration State Leadership Conference, Jackson's Mill, September 19, 1966
3:64 Tanner J. Livisay, Inventory Penalty Matter, September 30, 1956
3:65 Tanner J. Livisay, Improving Health Thru Nutrition, Mercer County, 1960
3:66 Tanner J. Livisay, Improving Health Through Nutrition, Mercer County, 1961
3:67 Tanner J. Livisay, Self Understanding and Evaluation
3:68 Tanner J. Livisay, The Uncertain Guest: The Teen-Ager's World
3:69 Tanner J. Livisay, Application for Supplemental Mileage Ration, 1942-1943
3:70 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Narrative Report, 1964
3:71 Tanner J. Livisay, Revised List of Films, Recordings, Leaflets and Lessons to be Used in Conducting Sessions on Problems in Family Living
3:72 Tanner J. Livisay, Family Life Education, 1963
3:73 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Narrative Report, 1948-1949
3:74 Tanner J. Livisay, Outline of Itinerary, 1945-1946
3:75 Tanner J. Livisay, Supplementary Reports, 1945-1946
3:76 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Narrative Reports, 1945
3:77 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Narrative Reports, 1961
3:78 Tanner J. Livisay, Receipt, West Virginia State Homemakers Council Education Scholarship Fund
3:79 Tanner J. Livisay, Reports and Plans of Work, Miscellaneous
3:80 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Narrative Report, January 1960
3:81 Tanner J. Livisay, September Monthly Narrative Report, 1948
3:82 Tanner J. Livisay, Report, December 1943-April 1944
3:83 Tanner J. Livisay, Narrative Report, August 1943
3:84 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Report of Cooperative Extension Work Among Women in West Virginia, May 1950-April 1951
3:85 Tanner J. Livisay, Home Demonstration Work for Women and 4-H Work for Boys and Girls in Mercer, Wyoming, and McDowell Counties, June 1941-May 1942
3:86 Tanner J. Livisay, Name Cards
3:87 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Plan of Work, 1954
3:88 Tanner J. Livisay, Program of Work, 1951
3:89 Tanner J. Livisay, Narrative Report, January 1960
3:90 Tanner J. Livisay, Reports, Incomplete
3:91 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Narrative Report, January 1948
3:92 Tanner J. Livisay, Monthly Narrative Report, January 1964
3:93 Tanner J. Livisay, Program of Work, 1947
3:94 Tanner J. Livisay, Narrative Report, January 1943
3:95 Tanner J. Livisay, Field Trips, 1965-1966
3:96 Tanner J. Livisay, Brief Summary Report, May 21, 1941
3:97 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Report, May 1947
3:98 Tanner J. Livisay, Annual Narrative Report, 1949-1950
3:99 Tanner J. Livisay, Lesson Study Plan for 1952
3:100 Tanner J. Livisay, District Housing Improvement Requests
3:101 Tanner J. Livisay, Budget, 1967-1968
3:102 Tanner J. Livisay, "The Man in my Life," Lesson Leaflet Prepared for Home Demonstration Clubs of Monongalia County
3:103 Treasure of the Trail, April 1942
3:104 Treasure of the Trail, October 1942
3:105 Treasure of the Trail, July 1943
3:106 Treasure of the Trail, November 1943
3:107 Treasure of the Trail, January 1944
3:108 Treasure of the Trail, February 1944
3:109 Treasure of the Trail, September 1944
3:110 Treasure of the Trail, November 1944
3:111 Treasure of the Trail, January-March 1949
3:112 Treasure of the Trail, July-September 1949
3:113 Treasure of the Trail, April-June 1950
3:114 Treasure of the Trail, October-December 1950
3:115 Brochure, Treasure of the Trail, 1955
3:116 Treasure of the Trail, July-September 1968


BOX 4

4:1 Sheet Music, A Plowing Song, 4-H Club Song for Boys, 1927
4:2 A Guide for Leaders of West Virginia 4-H Clubs, September 1936
4:3 4-H Rally Day Program, Bluefield, May 11, 1940
4:4 Suggested 4-H Program, March 1941
4:5 Suggested 4-H Program, April 1941
4:6 Mercer-McDowell 4-H Club Rally, Dunbar Junior High School, Welch, May 17, 1941
4:7 Suggested 4-H Program, September 1941
4:8 Suggested 4-H Program, December 1941
4:9 4-H Activity Calendar, 1941
4:10 Contributions of the 4-H Clubs to National Defense, 1941
4:11 Suggested 4-H Program, January 1942
4:12 Suggested 4-H Program, April 1942
4:13 4-H Club Enrollment, Mercer, McDowell and Wyoming Counties, April 30, 1942
4:14 Mercer County 4-H Club Rally Day, Genoa High School, May 2, 1942
4:15 First Annual Wyoming County 4-H Rally Day, Mullens, May 13, 1942
4:16 McDowell County 4-H Club Rally Day, Elkhorn High School, May 16, 1942
4:17 Report of "Handy-Workers" 4-H Club, May 1942
4:18 Mercer-McDowell County 4-H Club Achievement Day Banquet, Kimball High School, October 30, 1942
4:19 Suggested 4-H Program, November 1942
4:20 4-H Club Ribbons and Name Cards, McDowell County, 1942
4:21 Grading Guide for 4-H Demonstrations (From Victory Demonstrations, 1942)
4:22 Victory Guide for Officers of 4-H Clubs, 1942
4:23 Special Report, West Virginia 4-H Club Work, Mercer, McDowell, and Wyoming Counties, 1942-1943
4:24 Suggested 4-H Program, March 1943
4:25 4th Annual Mercer County 4-H Club Rally Day, Genoa High School, Bluefield May 7, 1943
4:26 National 4-H Club Program, June 5, 1943
4:27 4-H Encampment, Mingo County, including 4-H Sunday Program, Peace and Goodwill Baptist Church, Chattaroy, August 21-22, 1943
4:28 Suggested 4-H Program, Cooperative Extension Division, West Virginia State College, October 1943
4:29 Mercer County 4-H Clubs Achievement Day Program, Appalachian Room, Princeton, November 5, 1943
4:30 Wyoming County 4-H Clubs Achievement Day Program, Conley High School, November 5, 1943
4:31 McDowell County 4-H Clubs Achievement Day Program, Dunbar Junior High School, Welch, November 6, 1943
4:32 4-H Club Leaders Report, Willing Workers, Wyoming County, 1943
4:33 4-H Plan of Work, Mercer and Wyoming Counties, 1944
4:34 Menus, 4-H Camp, 1945
4:35 Handy Helpers 4-H Club Record Book, 1945
4:36 4-H Club Calendar, 1945-1946
4:37 4-H Camp Officers (Leaders) Training Session, July 10, 1946
4:38 West Virginia 4-H Clubs, A Guide for Leaders, August 1946
4:39 Kanawha County 4-H Achievement Day Celebration, Mattie V. Lee Home, Charleston, November 23, 1946
4:40 4-H Camping Report, 1946
4:41 4-H Record Books, Roseville School, Wolfe, 1946
4:42 Registration Card, West Virginia 4-H Clubs, 1946
4:43 Negro 4-H Statistics, 1946
4:44 Report of James H. Banks, Assistance Given at 4-H Camps, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, 1946
4:45 4-H Club Standardization, 1946-1947
4:46 Raleigh County 4-H Exhibit and Rally Day, Morton Reaves Elementary School, May 16, 1947
4:47 McDowell County 4-H Club Rally Day, World War Memorial Building, Kimball, May 24, 1947
4:48 Awards, Kanawha, McDowell, Mercer and Wyoming Counties, 4-H Encampments, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 23-28, 1947
4:49 4-H Camp, June 25-28, 1947
4:50 Negro Boys and Girls, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, August 24-31, ca. 1947
4:51 1947 4-H Camp Report, Madison Broadnax, West Virginia State College
4:52 4-H Adult Council Members, Lists, 1947
4:53 4-H Club Work in 1947
4:54 West Virginia 4-H Club Conference, Jackson's Mill, January 19-24, 1948
4:55 4-H Club Newsletter, New Martinsville, May 24, 1948
4:56 21st Annual 4-H State Short Course, Virginia State College, June 8-11, 1948
4:57 4-H Camp Report, Logan County, July 5-10, 1948
4:58 West Virginia 4-H Clubs, A Guide for Leaders, August 1948
4:59 Report of 4-H Club Work in Cabell County, September 30, 1948
4:60 4-H Club Standardization, 1948
4:61 Cabell County 4-H Clubs, 1948-1949
4:62 Live Wire 4-H Club Record Book, Huntington, 1948-1949
4:63 West Virginia 4-H Club Conference, Jackson's Mill, January 10-15, 1949
4:64 4-H Officers Training Meeting, Mt. Zion Methodist Church, Charlestown, West Virginia, February 25, 1949
4:65 Revised 4-H Club Enrollment, Cabell County, April 1, 1949
4:66 Report of 4-H Club Work, Cabell County, Year Ending September 30, 1949
4:67 4-H Achievement Day, Weston High School, October 29, 1949
4:68 State 4-H Club Roundup, West Virginia State College, December 3, 1949
4:69 Record Book, Lions 4-H Club, Huntington, 1949
4:70 4-H Club Yearbook, McDowell County, 1949-1950
4:71 West Virginia 4-H Club Conference, Jackson's Mill, January 16-21, 1950
4:72 Revised 4-H Club Enrollment as of April 1, 1950
4:73 Mercer County 4-H Rally, Hancock School, Bluefield, May 6, 1950
4:74 McDowell County 10th Annual 4-H Club Rally and Demonstration Day, Kimball, May 26, 1950
4:75 Make Steps Safe, 1950 4-H Farm and Home Safety Program, West Virginia Agricultural Extension Service
4:76 County 4-H Plan of Work, 1950
4:77 Revised 4-H Enrollment by County, 1950
4:78 Cabell County 4-H Enrollment by Projects, 1950-1951
4:79 Press Release, "First 4-H Round-Up for Negro Boys and Girls Held at Washington-Carver 4-H Camp," April 28, 1951
4:80 Cabell County 4-H Workshop, Barnett School, Huntington, November 30, 1951
4:81 1951 State 4-H Roundup, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp
4:82 Tentative Calendar of Activities, 4-H Club Program, McDowell County, 1951
4:83 Huntington 4-H Clubs, 1951-1952
4:84 4-H Club Sunday, Wilson's Chapel, Brownsburg, March 23, 1952
4:85 2nd Annual State 4-H Club Round-Up, West Virginia State College, April 26, 1952
4:86 Carrying Out the 4-H Pledge, M. L. Wilson, June 29, 1952
4:87 Girls State 4-H Camp, Jackson's Mill, August 11-17, 1952
4:88 Registration Cards, 4-H Clubs, Pocahontas, Monroe and Greenbrier counties, 1952
4:89 4-H Chart, Marjorie Moore Harbert, Princeton, 1952
4:90 4-H Tour of Cabell, Mingo and Logan Counties, February 2-6, 1953
4:91 National 4-H Club Week, Winona 4-H Club, Winona Elementary School, March 17, 1953
4:92 Observances of 4-H Club Sunday, May 1953
4:93 6th Regional 4-H Club Camp, Frankfort, Kentucky, June 8-15, 1953
4:94 4-H Exhibits in West Virginia, 1953
4:95 Combined Report for White and Negro 4-H Club Members, 1953 4-H Demonstration Activities
4:96 35th Fayette County 4-H Camp, 1953
4:97 1953 Henry County (Virginia) Guidebook of the 4-H Clubs
4:98 1953 Awards Programs for Negro 4-H Club Members
4:99 Estimated West Virginia 4-H Enrollment by Projects, 1953-1954
4:100 Proposed 4-H Enrollment by Counties, West Virginia, 1953-1955
4:101 4-H Tour of Mingo, Logan and Cabell Counties, January 25-28, 1954
4:102 Elementary Principals and 4-H Leaders Associations, Morton Reaves School, February 16, 1954
4:103 Revised 4-H Club Enrollment as of April 1, 1954
4:104 Cabell County 4-H Exhibit and Rally, Barnett School, April 22, 1954
4:105 4-H Camp, August 9-14, 1954
4:106 Cabell County 4-H Camp, Davis Creek, August 9-14, 1954
4:107 Kanawha County 4-H Club Camp, Fort Lee, Dunbar-Institute, August 15-21, 1954
4:108 Mercer County Happy 4-Hers Achievement Day, Glenwood Park, October 23, 1954
4:109 1954 4-H Tour, Mingo, Logan and Cabell Counties
4:110 1954 4-H Demonstration Activities
4:111 Thank You Letter, Cabell County 4-H Encampment, 1954
4:112 Cabell County Winners in 1955 State 4-H Award Programs for Negro Members (Lottie Jane Neely and Jones Jeffreys Moore)
4:113 4-H Clubs, Emma Jean Edmonds, February 3, 1955
4:114 4-H Leaders Association, Morton Reaves School, March 29, 1955
4:115 Raleigh County 4-H Field Day and Exhibit, May 6, 1955
4:116 Cabell County 4-H Achievement Program, 16th Street Baptist Church, Huntington, December 2, 1955
4:117 4-H Club, Top O' The Stove Cookery, J. J. Moore, Cabell County, 1955
4:118 A Long Range View of 4-H in West Virginia, 1955
4:119 1955 Awards Programs for Negro 4-H Club Members
4:120 Club Report on "Happy Minds" 4-H Activity, 1955
4:121 1955 State 4-H Award Programs
4:122 1955 Delegates, Regional 4-H Camp, Washington
4:123 4-H Club Record Book, Good Luck 4-H Club, 1955-1956
4:124 4-H Club Record Book, Huntington Junior 4-H Club, 1955-1956
4:125 4-H Charting Program, 1955-1956
4:126 West Virginia 4-H Pins, 1955-1956
4:127 Cabell County 4-H Camp, Davis Creek Camp, Huntington, July 30-August 4, 1956
4:128 1956 State 4-H Award Programs, County Winners
4:129 4-H Club Record Book, Community 4-H Club, Cabell County, 1956
4:130 Lucky Clovers 4-H Club Record Book, Huntington, 1956
4:131 4-H Club Enrollment, Cabell County, 1956
4:132 Re: 1956 4-H Awards, February 25, 1957
4:133 Camp 4-H Leaders Conference, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 5-7, 1957
4:134 4-H Management Charting, Roane/Kanawha/McDowell/Mercer/Wyoming Counties, June 16-22, 1957
4:135 County 4-H Camps, Boone, Kanawha, Mercer, McDowell and Wyoming Counties, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 16-22, 1957
4:136 Cabell County 4-H Camp, Davis Creek Camp, July 29-August 3, 1957
4:137 4-H Record Book, Community 4-H Club, Cabell County, 1957
4:138 4-H Pins Presented in 1957
4:139 Awards for Cabell County 4-H Achievement Day, 1957-1958
4:140 Camp 4-H Leaders Conference, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, Clifftop, West Virginia, June 11-13, 1958
4:141 11th Regional 4-H Club Camp, Howard University, Washington, August 10-18, 1958
4:142 Fellowship Dinner of 11th Annual Regional 4-H Camp, Howard University, August 16, 1958
4:143 West Virginia's Guide for 4-H Club Leaders, August 1958
4:144 4-H Conference, Tower Building, October 13, 1958
4:145 4-H Achievement Day Program, Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, Huntington, November 14, 1958
4:146 Winners, 1958 4-H Roundup
4:147 Cabell County 4-H Programs, 1958
4:148 Community 4-H Club Record Book, Huntington, 1958
4:149 State 4-H Roundup and Camp, 1958
4:150 1958 Tentative Schedule, State 4-H Camp
4:151 West Virginia 4-H Clubs, Registration Card, Cabell County, 1958
4:152 Cabell County 4-H Clubs, 1958-1960
4:153 4-H Keys to the Nation, by Myle S. Downey, 4-H Workers Conference, Jackson's Mill, February 17, 1959
4:154 Camp 4-H Leaders Conference, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 10-12, 1959
4:155 4th Annual State 4-H Club Camp, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, July 22-25, 1959
4:156 Cabell County 4-H Camp, Davis Creek Camp, August 10-15, 1959
4:157 Talent Program, 12th Regional 4-H Club Camp, August 15, 1959
4:158 4-H Achievement Day Program, Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, Huntington, December 3, 1959
4:159 Census of 4-H Club Local Leaders in Northeastern Region, Cabell County, 1959
4:160 What's Cooking?, 4-H Project, Margaret V. Jackson, Huntington, 1959
4:161 1959 Monongalia County 4-H Leaders Log
4:162 Key, Supplementary 4-H Club Information, 1959
4:163 4-H Chart, 1959
4:164 Recommendations of Outstanding 4-H Club Members, Cabell County, 1959-1960


BOX 5

5:1 4-H Field and Rally Day, Bolling High School, Lewisburg, May 7, 1960
5:2 West Virginia 4-H Junior Leadership Project, May 1960
5:3 Camp 4-H Leaders Conference, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 8-10, 1960
5:4 Cabell County 4-H Camp, August 8-13, 1960
5:5 Cabell County 4-H Achievement Program, Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, Huntington, November 4, 1960
5:6 Enrollment of Negro 4-H Club Members, November 8, 1960
5:7 Vespers, State Volunteer 4-H Club Leaders Conference, Jackson's Mill, May 29-June 3, 1961
5:8 Camp 4-H Leaders Conference, West Virginia State College 4-H Camp, Agricultural Extension Service, West Virginia University, Institute, West Virginia, June 7-9, 1961
5:9 14th Regional 4-H Club Conference, Howard University, Washington, August 7-14, 1961
5:10 Officers of the Cabell County 4-H Leaders Association, 1961
5:11 Registration Report Form for 4-H Club Members, Regional 4-H Conference, 1961
5:12 West Virginia Winners, State 4-H Award Programs (Negro 4-H Members), 1961
5:13 Cabell County 4-H, Recognition of Leaders, Officers and Achievements for 1961-1962
5:14 Charting Class Program, Fayette County Camp, July 20, 1962
5:15 State 4-H Roundup, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, July 23-28, 1962
5:16 7th Annual State 4-H Club Camp, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, July 25-28, 1962
5:17 State 4-H Roundup, Jackson's Mill, August 13-15, 1962
5:18 Cabell County 4-H Camp Attendance, 1962
5:19 4-H Demonstration Score Sheets, Public Speaking, 1962
5:20 1962 County 4-H Camp Instructors
5:21 Materials, County 4-H Camp Instructors, 1962-1964
5:22 4-H Clubs of Berkeley County Observe Soil Stewardship Sunday, May 19, 1963
5:23 4-H Clubs of Jefferson County Observe Soil Stewardship Sunday, Zion Baptist Church, Charles Town, May 19, 1963
5:24 Vesper Program, State Volunteer 4-H Club Leaders Conference, June 3-8, 1963
5:25 Cabell County 4-H Camp, Davis Creek Camp, Huntington, August 12-17, 1963
5:26 History of Homemakers and 4-H Club Work in Marion County, December 26, 1963
5:27 Eastern Panhandle 4-H Camp, 1963
5:28 4-H Club Scholarship Application, Marilyn Livisay, 1963
5:29 Right Behind the Wheel, 4-H Safety Program, Cooperative Extension Service, WVU, 1963-1964
5:30 Appreciation Dinner for Raleigh County 4-H Leaders, Raleigh County Homemakers Council, American Legion Building, Beckley, April 1, 1964
5:31 Vesper Programs, State Volunteer 4-H Club Leaders Conference, June 1-6, 1964
5:32 4-H Tatter's Eyes, June 13, 1964
5:33 Women County 4-H Camp Instructors, 1964
5:34 1964 State 4-H Radio Speaking Contest
5:35 Focus on Fitness, 4-H Health Activity, 1964-1965, Cooperative Extension Service, WVU
5:36 Winter 4-H Conference, Cooperative Extension Service, Appalachian Center, WVU, Jackson's Mill, March 1-5, 1965
5:37 State Volunteer 4-H Leaders Conference, Jackson's Mill, May 31-June 5, 1965
5:38 4-H Leaders Banquet, Jackson's Mill, June 3, 1965
5:39 West Virginia Guide for 4-H Club Leaders, 1965
5:40 Concerns of 4-H Charters and Junior Leaders, Jackson's Mill, March 16, 1966
5:41 State Volunteer 4-H Leaders Conference, Jackson's Mill, June 6-11, 1966
5:42 4-H Leaders Banquet, Jackson's Mill, June 9, 1966
5:43 State 4-H Roundup, Jackson's Mill, August 15-17, 1966
5:44 Second Older 4-H Camp, Taylor County, 1966
5:45 4-H News, April 18, 1967
5:46 "Meet 4-H!" Prepared by Fern G. Luttrell, May 1967
5:47 Handbook on 4-H Educational Programs for Extension Agents, 1967
5:48 4-H News, January 9, 1968
5:49 1968 Supplement to Handbook on 4-H Education Programs for Extension Agents, Cooperative Extension Service, WVU, 1968
5:50 4-H Clubs of Cabell County
5:51 Registration Cards, West Virginia 4-H Clubs, Cabell County
5:52 4-H Banquet, Agricultural Extension Service, WVU, n.d.
5:53 4-H Club Camp Closing Ceremony
5:54 4-H
5:55 4-H Camp Surveys
5:56 Confidence Cues, A Guide for 4-H Leaders
5:57 4-H Chart
5:58 Ceremonies Handbook for 4-H Club Leaders
5:59 Pamphlet, West Virginia 4-H
5:60 Cabell County 4-H Club Officers, Leaders, and Adult Council Members, n.d.
5:61 4-H Camp Attendees, Mercer, McDowell, and Wyoming Counties, n.d.
5:62 4-H Huntington Members
5:63 4-H Club Leaders Handbook, Supplement Section to West Virginia Guide for 4-H Club Leaders
5:64 Cabell County 4-H Winners, State Fair of West Virginia
5:65 Homemaker's News, Victoria G. Goens, Jefferson County Extension 4-H Agent
5:66 Special 4-H Report Forms
5:67 Flyer, "The Green Promise," starring Walter Brennan and Natalie Wood (4-H on the Screen)
5:68 4-H Club Record Book (blank)
5:69 Teaching Good Citizenship and Appreciation of the Democratic Way of Life Through 4-H Clubs, J. P. Livisay, Principal of Dunbar School
5:70 Paul and Peggy Greenbrier Take a Little 4-H Journey, Greenbrier County 4-H Clubs
5:71 Fayette County Homemakers Clubs, 4-H Clubs, Extension Committee
5:72 4-H Clubs and National Defense, circa 1950
5:73 4-H Club Songs
5:74 West Virginia 4-H Health Examination Card
5:75 Calendar of Events for 4-H Year, Greenbrier, Pocahontas, Monroe, and Summers Counties
5:76 Some Suggestions in the Organization of 4-H Clubs, Cooperative Extension Service, West Virginia State College
5:77 List of Food for 4-H Camp
5:78 Handy Helpers 4-H Club of Dunbar School
5:79 4-H Clubs, Mercer, McDowell, and Wyoming Counties
5:80 Press Release, 4-H Leaders Conferences Slated for West Virginia, November 10-12 and 17-19
5:81 Mercer County 4-H Camp Survey
5:82 Developing the 4-H Record Habit
5:83 Objectives for 4-H Clubs in Mercer, McDowell, and Wyoming Counties
5:84 Judging 4-H Poultry in West Virginia
5:85 4-H Adult Council Members, West Virginia
5:86 Mercer County Homemakers Bureau, Bluestone Baptist Church, Bramwell, May 12, 1941
5:87 Report of the Mercer-McDowell Homemakers Bureau, Bramwell, May 12, 1941
5:88 Report of the Mercer County Homemakers Bureau, Union Hall, Goodwill, August 16, 1941 (handwritten)
5:89 Report of the Mercer County Homemakers Bureau, Union Hall, Goodwill, August 18, 1941 (typed) 5:90 Minutes of the Meeting of the Mercer County Homemakers Bureau, Crystal, November 17, 1941
5:91 McDowell County Homemakers Bureau, Memorial Building, Kimball, November 21, 1941
5:92 Better Homes and Garden Club of Itmann, 1941
5:93 Mercer County Homemakers Bureau, Giatto Junior High School, February 19, 1942
5:94 McDowell County Homemakers Bureau, Memorial Building, Kimball, February 20, 1942
5:95 County Conference on Nutrition and Consumer Problems, Leaders and Members of Homemakers Clubs of Mercer, McDowell, and Wyoming Counties, John Stewart Church, Bluefield, March 27, 1942
5:96 Minutes of the Meeting of the Mercer County Homemakers Bureau, Princeton, May 21, 1942
5:97 Mercer County Homemakers Bureau, Baptist Church, August 20, 1942
5:98 Mercer County Homemakers Bureau, Bluestone High School, Bramwell, November 19, 1942
5:99 Mercer County Homemakers Bureau, Giatto Junior High School, November 18, 1943
5:100 McDowell County Homemakers Bureau, Memorial Building, Kimball, November 19, 1943
5:101 Mercer County Homemakers Bureau, Bramwell High School, May 18, 1944
5:102 Report for Mercer County Homemakers Bureau, May 18, 1944
5:103 McDowell County Homemakers Bureau, Memorial Building, Kimball, November 24, 1944
5:104 McDowell County Homemakers Council, World War Memorial Building, Kimball, November 23, 1945
5:105 Kanawha County Homemakers Council Meeting, Mattie V. Lee Home, Charleston, December 1, 1945
5:106 Mingo County Homemakers Council, Cinderella, February 13, 1946
5:107 McDowell County Homemakers Council and Extension Committee Meeting, War Memorial Building, Kimball, November 22, 1946
5:108 McDowell County Homemakers Score Sheet, 1946
5:109 Lesson Leaders Training Meeting, Homemakers Clubs, March 1947
5:110 Quarterly Meeting of the Kanawha County Homemakers Council, November 29, 1947
5:111 Lesson Leaders Training Meeting for Homemakers Clubs of Marion County (April 20, 1948) and Harrison County (April 21, 1948)
5:112 Homemakers Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 6-10, 1948
5:113 West Virginia Homemakers Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 9-11, 1948
5:114 Survey, Homemakers Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 10-12, 1948
5:115 Homemakers Clubs, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 22, 1948
5:116 Meeting Minutes, West Virginia Farm and Homemakers Council, West Virginia State College, October 26, 1948
5:117 The State Council of Negro Home Demonstration Clubs of North Carolina, North Carolina Year Book, 1948
5:118 Officers of State Homemakers Council, 1948-1956
5:119 State Farm and Homemaker's Council, Officers, 1948-1965
5:120 2nd Annual Encampment, West Virginia Homemakers Clubs, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, July 10-14, 1949
5:121 2nd Annual Meeting, West Virginia State Farm and Homemakers Council, Glasscock Hall, West Virginia State College, October 24, 1949
5:122 Meeting Minutes, West Virginia State Farm and Homemakers Council, West Virginia State College, October 24, 1949
5:123 Kanawha County Homemakers Council, Annual Achievement Day, Mattie V. Lee Home, Charleston, November 25, 1949
5:124 McDowell County Homemakers Council Achievement Day, World War Memorial Building, Kimball, 1949
5:125 Score Cards for Use in Scoring Homemakers Clubs for 1949
5:126 Questionnaire on Five Year Health Program, West Virginia State Farm and Homemakers Council, 1949-1953
5:127 Suggested Health Program, West Virginia State Farm and Homemakers Council, Five Year Plan, 1949-1954
5:128 Homemakers Training Encampment, Campers Who Have Attended One Or More Camping Periods, 1949-1955
5:129 Raleigh County Homemakers Council and Lesson Leaders Training Meeting, Morton Reeves School, February 7, 1950
5:130 Kanawha County Homemakers Council, Mattie V. Lee Home, Charleston, May 20, 1950
5:131 West Virginia Homemakers Training Camp, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 4-7, 1950
5:132 Mercer County Homemakers Council, Bramwell, July 27, 1950
5:133 Report of the 3rd Annual Meeting, State Farm and Homemakers Council, McDowell and Kanawha Counties, October 30, 1950
5:134 3rd Annual Meeting, State Farm and Homemakers Council, West Virginia State College, October 30-November 3, 1950
5:135 Homemakers Council Meeting, home of Mrs. R. A. Watkins, Crystal, November 16, 1950
5:136 Reports, 3rd Annual Meeting, State Farm and Homemakers Council, 1950-1951
5:137 Meeting Minutes, Fayette County Homemakers Council, First Baptist Church, Montgomery, February 24, 1951
5:138 West Virginia Homemakers Training Camp, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 3-6, 1951
5:139 State Council of Farm Women and Homemakers Club, West Virginia State College, October 22, 1951
5:140 McDowell County Homemakers Council, Memorial Building, Kimball, November 16, 1951
5:141 Homemakers Encampment, Expenses, 1951
5:142 Tentative Calendar of Activities, Homemakers Extension Program, McDowell County, 1951
5:143 Financial Reports, Homemakers Training Encampments, 1951-1962
5:144 Homemakers Training Camp, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 1-4, 1952
5:145 West Virginia Homemakers Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 4-6, 1952
5:146 5th Annual Meeting, State Farm and Homemakers Council, October 27, 1952
5:147 November 21, 1952, Homemakers Council in Memoriam
5:148 West Virginia Homemakers, Lessons for 1952
5:149 What My Homemakers Club Means to Me, 1st Prize Winning Essay, Clara Pierson, South Charleston, 1952
5:150 Homemakers Council, Fayette County Officers, 1952
5:151 Homemakers Club Enrollment Blanks, Harrison County, 1952
5:152 Homemakers Club of Cabell County, A Coffee Hour, February 3, 1953
5:153 Logan County Homemakers Council, Omar, February 6, 1953
5:154 Pamphlet, Home Demonstration Work Serves West Virginia Families, April 1953
5:155 West Virginia Homemakers Training Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, May 31-June 3, 1953
5:156 Recommendations from the State Farm and Homemakers Council Meeting, November 2, 1953, Concerning the Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, Clifftop, West Virginia
5:157 State Farm and Homemakers Meeting, West Virginia State College, November 2-3, 1953
5:158 Handbook for Farm and Homemakers Clubs, Kanawha County, 1953
5:159 Reports of Agents, County Homemakers Councils, 1953-1954
5:160 Logan County Homemakers Council, Logan, February 12, 1954
5:161 Fayette County Homemakers Council, First Baptist Church, Longacre, February 27, 1954
5:162 3rd Quarterly Meeting, Raleigh County Homemakers Council, Slabfork, West Virginia, August 3, 1954
5:163 West Virginia Homemakers Training Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, August 22-27, 1954
5:164 Fayette County Homemakers Council, Winona Elementary School, September 25, 1954
5:165 7th Annual Meeting, West Virginia Farm and Homemakers Council, West Virginia State College, November 8, 1954
5:166 McDowell County Homemakers Council Banquet/Achievement Day Program, Rock Hill Baptist Church, Gary, November 19, 1954
5:167 Homemakers Clubs Activities, Mercer County, 1954
5:168 West Virginia Homemakers Clubs, Calendar, 1954
5:169 Fayette County Homemakers Council, 1954-1955
5:170 Homemakers Club Enrollment Blanks, Marion, Monongalia, Preston, 1954-1958
5:171 Homemakers Club Enrollment Blanks, Jefferson County, 1954-1960
5:172 1st Quarterly Meeting, Fayette County Homemakers Council, Elementary School, Harlem Heights, February 26, 1955
5:173 West Virginia Homemakers Training Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 5-8, 1955
5:174 3rd Quarterly Meeting, Fayette County Homemakers Council, Beards Fork, September 10, 1955
5:175 8th Annual Meeting, West Virginia Farm and Homemakers Council, West Virginia State College, November 7, 1955
5:176 Raleigh County Homemakers Council, Central Baptist Church, November 15, 1955
5:177 Record of Home Demonstration Work, Willing Workers Club, Ronceverte, 1955
5:178 Persons Attending Homemakers 1955 By Counties
5:179 West Virginia University Education Workshop, Glossary of Selected Economic Terms, 1955
5:180 Homemakers Club Enrollment Blanks, Mercer and Wyoming Counties, 1955-1961
5:181 Homemakers Club Enrollment Blanks, McDowell County, 1955-1961


BOX 6

6:1 Homemakers Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 3-6, 1956
6:2 Mercer County Homemakers Council, John Stewart Methodist Church, Bluefield, July 19, 1956
6:3 9th Annual Meeting, West Virginia Farm and Homemakers Council, West Virginia State College, November 26, 1956
6:4 Homemakers Club Enrollment Blanks, Kanawha County, 1956
6:5 Homemakers Club Enrollment Blanks, Raleigh County, 1956
6:6 State Farm and Homemakers Council Officers, 1956
6:7 Rural Development Program, Suggestions for Home Demonstration Work, 1956
6:8 Numerical Summary of Accomplishments as Reported by the Seven State Committees of the State Farm and Homemakers Council, 1956
6:9 Homemakers Club Enrollment Blank, Bramwell Home and Garden Club, 1956
6:10 Homemakers Club Enrollment Blanks, Fayette County, 1956-1960
6:11 Mercer County Homemakers Council, Dunbar Elementary School, Princeton, March 21, 1957
6:12 3rd Quarterly Meeting, Fayette County Homemakers Council, Baptist Church, Fayetteville, May 25, 1957
6:13 Homemakers Training Encampment, June 3-5, 1957
6:14 Address Given by Madison Broadnax, 10th Annual Homemakers Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 4, 1957
6:15 10th Annual Meeting, West Virginia Farm and Homemakers Council, September 30, 1957
6:16 Numerical Summary of Accomplishments as Reported by the Seven State Committees of State Farm and Homemakers Council, 1957
6:17 Outside Improvement for the Home, State Farm and Homemakers Council, 1957 Project
6:18 State Farm and Homemakers Council Officers, 1957-1958
6:19 West Virginia Homemakers Training Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 9-11, 1958
6:20 11th Annual Meeting, West Virginia Farm and Homemakers Council, WVU, September 29, 1958
6:21 Mercer County Homemakers Council, John Stewart Methodist Church, Bluefield, October 23, 1958
6:22 Outside Improvement for the Home, State Farm and Homemakers Council, 1958 Project
6:23 State Farm and Homemakers Council Officers, 1958-1959
6:24 Homemakers Meeting, First Baptist Church of Vallscreek, March 22, 1959
6:25 Homemakers Training Encampment Banquet, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 8, 1959
6:26 12th Annual Meeting, West Virginia Farm and Homemakers Council, West Virginia State College, September 28, 1959
6:27 Homemakers Going to Jackson's Mill and Morgantown, September 28-29, 1959
6:28 Annual Christmas Party of the Huntington Homemakers Club, Scott Community Center, December 3, 1959
6:29 4th Quarterly Meeting of the Fayette County Homemakers Council, 2nd Baptist Church, Fayetteville, October 31, 1959
6:30 McDowell County Homemakers Banquet Trinity Baptist Church, Thorpe, Venus Homemakers Club, Hostess, November 20, 1959
6:31 West Virginia Farm and Homemakers Council, Treasurers Report, 1959
6:32 West Virginia Homemakers Training Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 6-8, 1960
6:33 13th Annual Meeting, West Virginia Farm and Homemakers Council, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, September 26, 1960
6:34 Better Living Committee Report, Huntington Homemakers Club, 1960
6:35 1st Quarterly Meeting of the Fayette County Homemakers Council, Baptist Church, Robson, March 4, 1961
6:36 West Virginia Homemakers Training Encampment, June 5-7, 1961
6:37 Mercer County Homemakers Day in Church, Jones Street Christian Church, September 17, 1961
6:38 14th Annual Meeting (final), West Virginia Farm and Homemakers Council, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, September 25, 1961
6:39 4th Quarterly Meeting of the Fayette County Homemakers Council and Achievement Day, Mount Chapel Baptist Church, Ansted, October 28, 1961
6:40 Officers of the West Virginia Farm and Homemakers Council, 1961-1962
6:41 Planning Meeting, Home Demonstration Work, Bluefield State College, March 29, 1962
6:42 West Virginia Homemakers Training Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 11-13, 1962
6:43 State Homemakers Training Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 12, 1962
6:44 Tentative Program 15th Annual Meeting, State Farm and Homemakers Council, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, Clifftop, West Virginia, September 24, 1962
6:45 Notes for Talk to West Virginia Home Demonstration Leaders, A. S. Bacon, September 24, 1962
6:46 Marion County Homemakers Council, Spring Dinner Meeting, YWCA Youth Center, Fairmont, April 24, 1963
6:47 Capels Homemakers Club, April-June 1963
6:48 West Virginia Homemakers Training Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 10-12, 1963
6:49 16th Annual Meeting, State Farm and Homemakers Council, September 16, 1963
6:50 Recognition Day by Raleigh County Homemakers Council for Mrs. Louise Goldston, November 3, 1963
6:51 Kanawha County Homemakers Council, Achievement Day Luncheon Meeting, Mattie V. Lee Home, Charleston, November 23, 1963
6:52 Boomer Homemakers Club, November 1963
6:53 Report of Young Homemakers Conferences, Eleanor M. Glenn, 1963-1965
6:54 Spring Meeting of the Mercer County Home Demonstration Clubs, Glenwood Park, June 3, 1964
6:55 West Virginia Homemakers Training and Planning Conference, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 8-10, 1964
6:56 Homemaking Trends for You, Cooperative Extension Service of WVU's Appalachian Center, Wilson Lodge, Wheeling, June 12, 1964
6:57 Mercer County Home Demonstration Camp, Glenwood Park 4-H Camp, August 4-6, 1964
6:58 Home Demonstration Leadership Training Conference, WVU, Jackson's Mill, September 21-25, 1964
6:59 Young Homemakers Conference, Mercer and Raleigh Counties, September 1964
6:60 Conference for Young Homemakers, Memorial Building, Princeton, September 9, 1964
6:61 Young Homemakers Conference, Methodist Temple, Beckley, September 11, 1964
6:62 Mercer County Homemakers Day in Church, Bluestone Baptist Church, Bramwell, September 13, 1964
6:63 17th Annual Meeting, West Virginia Homemakers Council, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, September 28, 1964
6:64 Conference for Young Homemakers, Federal Building, Huntington, October 14, 1964
6:65 Raleigh County Homemakers Council, Central Street Baptist Church, October 26, 1964
6:66 Raleigh County Homemakers Council, Conference for Non-Club Members and Young Homemakers Appalachian Power Company, Beckley, November 4, 1964
6:67 Achievement Day Program, Fayette County Homemakers Council, Memorial Building, Fayetteville, November 6, 1964
6:68 How to Live with Family, Martha Kate Clark, Home Demonstration Agent, Parkersburg, December 4, 1964
6:69 Kanawha County Home Demonstration Council, 1964
6:70 Greenbrier Area School for Homemakers Responsible for Children, Rainelle Methodist Church, April 21, 1965
6:71 Homemaking Trends for Modern Homemakers, Memorial Building, Princeton, April 22, 1965
6:72 2nd Homemakers Conference, Memorial Building, Princeton, April 22, 1965
6:73 2nd Homemakers Conference, "Your Child and You," Memorial Building, Princeton, April 22, 1965
6:74 Young Homemakers Conference, Drummond Chapel, Morgantown, April 23, 1965
6:75 Homemakers Scholarship Festival, McDowell Homemakers Council, Kimball Memorial Building, June 18, 1965
6:76 Young Homemakers Conference, Nicholas County Memorial Park, Summersville, September 10, 1965
6:77 Home Demonstration Leadership Training Conference, Jackson's Mill, September 20-24, 1965
6:78 18th Annual Meeting, West Virginia Farm and Homemakers Council, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, September 27, 1965
6:79 Handbook, West Virginia Home Demonstration Council, 1965
6:80 1965 Annual Report of Home Demonstration Clubs and Farm and Homemakers Clubs of West Virginia
6:81 Marion County Homemakers Council, June 21-24, 1966
6:82 Beckley Area Meeting of the West Virginia Home Demonstration Council, Methodist Temple, Beckley, July 27, 1966
6:83 Jackson-Roane Homemakers Camp, Cedar Lakes, September 13-14, 1966
6:84 Homemakers Classes, Jackson-Roane County Camp, September 13-14, 1966
6:85 Home Demonstration Leadership Training Conference, Jackson's Mill, September 19-23, 1966
6:86 Annual Achievement Program, Webster County Home Demonstration Clubs, October 10, 1966
6:87 Achievement Day, Monongalia County Home Demonstration Council, Camp Muffly, October 20, 1966
6:88 Supplement Material to be used with July Lesson in Home Demonstration Clubs, Fayette County, "Progress Through Education," 1966
6:89 Home Demonstration Council Program Planning Conference, April 25-27, 1967
6:90 Roane-Jackson Homemakers Camp, Cedar Lakes, September 12-13, 1967
6:91 Mason County Homemakers Camp, Southside, September 26-27, 1967
6:92 1967 Achievement Day, Home Demonstration Clubs of Monroe County, October 19, 1967
6:93 The Open Line, West Virginia Home Demonstration Council, March 1968
6:94 Modern Homemakers Conference, Jackson's Mill, May 8, 1968
6:95 Wyoming County Home Demonstration Council Achievement Day, Cook Memorial Church, Pineville, October 17, 1968
6:96 Huntington Homemakers Club, 26th Anniversary, June 30, 1974
6:97 Extension Homemakers Program Planning and Leadership Conference, Jackson's Mill, April 23-25, 1975
6:98 Constitution and By-Laws of the Raleigh County Homemakers Council
6:99 Constitution, Fayette County Homemakers Council
6:100 Constitution and By-Laws, McDowell Homemakers Bureau
6:101 Laws and By-Laws, Tri County Homemaker's Council
6:102 Service of Commemoration, Lina Hye Pettigrew and Martha Parker, Princeton Homemakers Club
6:103 Huntington Homemakers Club, Annual Christmas Party, Recreation Center, December 7
6:104 Homemakers Club Encampment Blanks, Logan and Mingo Counties
6:105 Homemakers Clubs, Completed Enrollment Blanks
6:106 Attendance Sheets, Homemakers Club Meetings
6:107 Young Homemakers Conference, Marion, Monongalia, Preston and Taylor Counties
6:108 3rd Homemakers Conference, Marshall, Ohio, and Wetzel Counties
6:109 Homemakers Program, Wood County
6:110 Homemakers Program, Jackson and Roane Counties
6:111 Homemakers Program, Ritchie and Wood Counties
6:112 Homemakers Program, Preston County, Reedsville, Terra Alta, Bruceton and Kingwood
6:113 Home Demonstration Work: Its Place in Adult Education
6:114 Certificate, Five-Year Health Program, West Virginia Farm and Homemakers Council
6:115 War Food Administration Extension Service, Criteria of Successful Achievement for the County Home Demonstration Agent
6:116 Homemakers Training Encampment held at Clifftop
6:117 Fairmont Homemakers Club
6:118 Meeting Minutes, Mercer County Homemakers Bureau, Laurel Creek Baptist Church, August
6:119 Meeting Announcement, Mercer County Homemakers Bureau, Bluestone Baptist Church
6:120 Criteria for Scoring County Council Health Scrapbooks, West Virginia State Farm and Homemakers Council
6:121 Official List of Homemakers Touring to Morgantown
6:122 Homemakers Club Enrollment for Marion, Monongalia, Preston Counties
6:123 Homemakers Club of Kanawha County, Special Project
6:124 Response Cards, Home Demonstration Agents
6:125 Home and Garden Club of McComas, Achievement Day Program and Exhibition, New Morning Star Baptist Church, September 26
6:126 Ballot, West Virginia Farm and Homemakers Council
6:127 Homemakers Training Encampment
6:128 Notes on the State Farm and Homemakers Council
6:129 List of Kanawha County Homemakers Clubs
6:130 Whitman Homemakers Club
6:131 15th Anniversary of Home Demonstration Work, Better Home and Garden Club of Elbert, Kyle Chapel AME Church, Elbert
6:132 Homemaking Trends for Modern Homemakers, Cooperative Extension Service, Appalachian Center, WVU
6:133 Criteria for Scoring County Council Health Scrapbooks, West Virginia State Farm and Homemakers Council
6:134 Homemakers Yearbook, 1942
6:135 Homemakers Yearbook, 1943
6:136 Homemakers Yearbook, 1944
6:137 Homemakers Yearbook, 1945
6:138 Homemakers Yearbook, 1948
6:139 Homemakers Yearbook, 1949
6:140 Homemakers Yearbook, 1950
6:141 Homemakers Yearbook, 1951
6:142 Homemakers Yearbook, 1952
6:143 Homemakers Yearbook, 1953
6:144 Homemakers Yearbook, 1954
6:145 West Virginia Extension Homemakers, 1982-1983 Yearbook
6:146 Cabell County Homemakers Yearbook, 1950
6:147 Cabell County Homemakers Yearbook, 1956
6:148 Cabell County Homemakers Yearbook, 1957
6:149 Cabell County Homemakers Yearbook, 1958
6:150 Cabell County Homemakers Yearbook, 1960
6:151 Cabell County Homemakers Yearbook, 1961-1962
6:152 Kanawha County Farm and Homemakers Clubs Yearbook, 1954
6:153 Kanawha County Farm and Homemakers Clubs Yearbook, 1961
6:154 Fayette County Homemakers Club Yearbook, 1956
6:155 Fayette County Homemakers Club Yearbook, 1959
6:156 Fayette County Home Demonstration Clubs, 1966 Yearbook
6:157 Fayette County Home Demonstration Clubs, 1968 Yearbook
6:158 Raleigh County Homemakers Club, 1959-1960 Yearbook
6:159 Raleigh County Homemakers Club, 1963 Yearbook
6:160 Raleigh County Homemakers Club, 1964 Yearbook
6:161 Annual Yearbook of the Morgan County Home Demonstration Council, 1967
6:162 1964 Yearbook, Jefferson County Farm and Homemaker's Council
6:163 McDowell County Homemakers Yearbook, Cooperative Extension Service, West Virginia State College, 1955
6:164 Pocahontas County Home Demonstration Clubs, 1968 Yearbook
6:165 1949 Yearbook, Mercer County Farm Women's Clubs
6:166 1956 Yearbook, Mercer County Farm Women's Clubs
6:167 1960 Yearbook, Pocahontas, Monroe, and Summer Counties Farm Women's Clubs


BOX 7

7:1 Proceedings of the State Conference of Parent-Teacher Associations Connected with Negro Schools, Charleston, March 23, 1923
7:2 Negro Women Extension Workers (West Virginia), 1937-1961
7:3 Program, Parent Teacher Education Week, August 1-5, 1938, speaker W. W. Trent
7:4 Announcement, Parent Education Institutes, Bluefield State College/Storer College/West Virginia State College, 1938
7:5 Brochure, What is West Virginia State College?, 1938
7:6 Educational Exposition, West Virginia State College, exhibitor form, Mrs. D. McCoy, Glen Rogers, May 1-3, 1939
7:7 Certificate of Participation, Educational Exposition, West Virginia State College, May 1-3, 1939
7:8 Minutes, Farm Women's Club, December 17, 1939
7:9 News Letter, Cooperative Extension Work in Agriculture and Economics, Extension Division, West Virginia State College, December 1939
7:10 Jackson's Mill Farm Electrification Building, A Laboratory for Better Living on the Farm, 1940
7:11 Survey of Territory as of February 1941
7:12 Mining Extension Service, West Virginia State College, Semi-Centennial Issue, August 18-19, 1941
7:13 Certificates and Ribbon, Mercer County Negro Fair, Bluefield State Teachers College, October 9-10, 1941
7:14 Cooperative Extension News Bulletin, October-November 1941
7:15 Kanawha County Negro Farm Women's Bureau Meeting, First Baptist Church, Charleston, November 29, 1941
7:16 Cooperative Extension Workers, Annual Reports, 1941
7:17 Kanawha County Farm Women's Bureau, 1941
7:18 Summary of Activities and Accomplishments, 1941-1942
7:19 Victory Garden Enrollment, Mercer, McDowell and Wyoming Counties, April 30, 1942
7:20 Stickers, Vegetables for Vitality and Victory
7:21 Victory Garden Report, September 1942
7:22 Victory Garden Reports/Reports of Homemakers Clubs, September 1942
7:23 Eureka Cooperative Club, Crystal, November 19, 1942
7:24 Statistical Report, Communities with Extension Programs, Mercer, McDowell, and Wyoming Counties, December 1942
7:25 Cooperative Extension Work in Agriculture, Forestry and Home Economics, State of West Virginia, Home Management Information Report, 1942
7:26 Recommendations for Standard Clubs, Mercer, McDowell and Wyoming Counties, circa 1942
7:27 Presidential Proclamation, Fire Prevention Week, 1942
7:28 Survey of Community Leaders, 1942
7:29 Some Suggestions and Information Relative to Agricultural Economics Program, 1942
7:30 The Extension Neighborhood Leader System Plan of Operation in West Virginia, 1942
7:31 Clippings, 1942-1943
7:32 Wartime Automobile Use, 1942-1943
7:33 Cooperative Extension Workers, Rules and Regulations, 1942-1944
7:34 Report, Compiled by William W. Sanders, 21st Annual Meeting of the West Virginia State Congress of Colored Parents and Teachers, Dunbar Junior High School, Welch, March 18-19, 1943
7:35 21st Annual Meeting, West Virginia Congress of Colored Parents and Teachers, Dunbar Junior High School, Welch, March 18-19, 1943
7:36 50th Annual Session, Woman's Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention, Bluefield State College, August 10-12, 1943
7:37 Training for New Extension Workers, Morgantown, November 1-4, 1943
7:38 Public Group Discussion, Extension Agents Conference, Morgantown, November 1943
7:39 "The Farm and Home Outlook for West Virginia Farm Families," by Austin Goth, December 1943
7:40 New Year's Games, Cooperative Extension Work, 1943
7:41 All Out For Victory, West Virginia State College Bulletin, 1943
7:42 Relationship of Extension Service to Other Agencies, 1943
7:43 Madison Broadnax, Demonstrations in Building Storage Mounds, McDowell, Mercer, and Wyoming Counties, September 15-17, ca. 1943
7:44 Itinerary for 1943, Mercer, McDowell, and Wyoming Counties
7:45 Number of Negro County Extension Workers, 1943-1945
7:46 Annotated Bibliography of Films on Rats, United States Department of the Interior, 1943-1947
7:47 West Virginia Extension Conference, Food Fights for Freedom, Morgantown, January 10-14, 1944
7:48 Neighborhood Leaders, Mercer, McDowell and Wyoming Counties, January 1944
7:49 Meeting Minutes, Program Committee, Cooperative Extension Division, February 8, 1944
7:50 Suggestions for Preparation of Monthly Expense Accounts of County Workers, April 1944
7:51 Meeting Minutes, McDowell County Extension Committee, Memorial Building, Kimball, May 26, 1944
7:52 Food Preservation Refresher Course, West Virginia State College, June 12-13, 1944
7:53 Induction Training School of County Extension Workers, West Virginia State College, June 14, 1944
7:54 Meeting Minutes, Executive Board of the McDowell County Extension Committee, Memorial Building, Kimball, June 29, 1944
7:55 1944 Program of Work for Training Emergency War Food Production and Preservation Assistants
7:56 Outline to be Used in Preparing "County Programs of Work with Plans of Procedure," 1944
7:57 Material for Farm Women's Club Lessons, 1944-1947
7:58 West Virginia Extension Agents Conference, Cooperative Extension Service, West Virginia State College, January 25-27, 1945
7:59 Report of the South-Wide Conference of State and District Supervisors of Extension Work with Negroes, Washington, June 23-28, 1945
7:60 Invitation, Dinner in Honor of State and District Extension Service Supervisors, United States Department of Agriculture, June 25, 1945
7:61 County Farm Women's Camp, Glenwood Park, July 9-13, 1945
7:62 Conference with Women Agents Present at the 4-H Encampment, State Negro Camp, Clifftop, July 11, 1945
7:63 Check Sheet for Supervisory Purposed Used at Conference with Women Agents Present at the 4-H Encampment, State Negro Camp, Clifftop, July 11, 1945
7:64 Vesper Services, July 12, 1945
7:65 Kanawha County Farm Women's Training Camp, West Virginia State College, July 23-25, 1945
7:66 Attendees and Activities at the Cook-Out, Maybeury, August 9, 1945
7:67 Radio Broadcast, Logan, August 16, 1945
7:68 Mingo County Food Preservation School, in the Model Kitchen of Appalachian Light Company, Williamson, August 18, 1945
7:69 Leaders Training Meeting, Stratton High School, October 10, 1945
7:70 West Virginia Extension Workers Conference, Jackson's Mill, October 15-18, 1945
7:71 West Virginia Extension Agents Conference, Cooperative Extension Service, West Virginia State College, November 13-15, 1945
7:72 Suggested Health Problem for West Virginia Extension Workers, Princeton, November 29, 1945
7:73 Facing the Job of Housing Negroes, 4-H Basic Guide for Collective Action, December 1945
7:74 Suggested Health Program for West Virginia Extension Workers, 1945
7:75 Booklet, The Negro Farm Family Moves Ahead, 1945
7:76 The West Virginia Extension Handbook, 1945
7:77 Agents Training Meetings, In-Service Training, 1945-1946
7:78 1945-1946 General Calendar of Activities
7:79 Housing School for Extension Workers, Mountainair Hotel, Mount Hope, February 21-23, 1946
7:80 Report of McDowell County Presidents and Lessons Leaders Training School, Excelsior High School, March 8 and 20, 1946
7:81 Veterans Emergency Housing Program, Community Goals for Emergency Housing, April 1946
7:82 Extension Agents, West Virginia, May 1, 1946
7:83 Farm Women's Leadership Training Conference, Jackson's Mill, May 6-10, 1946
7:84 Minutes of the Camp Training Institute, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 19-21, 1946
7:85 Camp Training Institute, Washington Carver 4-H Camp, June 19-21, 1946
7:86 Housing Conference, Bluefield State College and West Virginia State College Extension Service, June 27-28, 1946
7:87 (Mercer) County Farm Women's Camp, Glenwood Park, July 15-19, 1946
7:88 Conference on Liberia, Howard University, July 26, 1946
7:89 Constitution and By-Laws of the West Virginia Farm Women's Council, Revised August 2, 1946
7:90 Cooperative Extension News Bulletin, August-September 1946
7:91 Summary of First Supervisory Trip to Eastern Panhandle, September 15-21, 1946
7:92 Discussion Topics, Extension Agents Conference, October 31-November 1, 1946
7:93 State Teachers Association, Cooperative Extension Section, Bluefield, November 1, 1946
7:94 Combined Annual Report of County Extension Workers, December 1, 1946 - November 30, 1947
7:95 Home Demonstration Agents Calendar for 1946
7:96 "The House I Live In," Veterans Emergency Housing Program (for African-Americans), 1946
7:97 The Teacher's Guidebook for a Program in Nutrition Education, 1946
7:98 Food Preservation Program for 1946
7:99 Agricultural Extension Service Report, 1946
7:100 Ladies Present at Boomer Club Meeting, March 11, 1947
7:101 Home Management Training Meeting, Lewisburg, March 12, 1947
7:102 McDowell County Lesson Leaders School, Keystone and Kimball, March 14 and 28, 1947 (make photocopy)
7:103 Camp Training School, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 2-4, 1947
7:104 Workshop Reports on Negro Extension Work, Virginia State College, Petersburg, 1947
7:105 Community Health Survey, McDowell County, 1947
7:106 Community Health Survey, Mercer County, 1947
7:107 Is It True What They Say About Washington-Carver, 1947
7:108 Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, 1947: A Good Story For You!
7:109 Booker T. Washington Birthplace Memorial, 1947
7:110 Club Members, 1947 "Want List"
7:111 Self-Evaluation Forms, Women Extension Workers, 1947
7:112 Club Member's 1947 "Want List"
7:113 Housing Survey, 1947
7:114 Report of James H. Banks, County Agent At Large, Work Done at Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, 1947
7:115 A State-Wide Nutrition Program, Sponsored by West Virginia State Nutrition Committee, 1947-1948
7:116 11th Annual Farm and Home Week, Tuskegee Institute, January 14-21, 1948
7:117 United States Post Office, Booker T. Washington Birthplace, Virginia, February 12, 1948
7:118 West Virginia Extension Agents Conference, West Virginia State College, February 17-21, 1948
7:119 Rural Farm Living, April 30, 1948
7:120 Farm Women's Leadership Training Conference, Jackson's Mill, May 3-7, 1948
7:121 West Virginia Demonstration Flock Summary, August 1, 1948 - January 1, 1949
7:122 Sewing Class, Closing Program, Webster's Methodist Church, Princeton, August 6, 1948
7:123 Cooperative Extension News Bulletin, September 1948
7:124 Annual Extension Workers Conference, Jackson's Mill, October 18-22, 1948
7:125 The Housewife Around the Clock, Appalachian Model Kitchen, Williamson, October 25, 1948
7:126 The Methodist Woman, October 1948
7:127 West Virginia Older Rural Youth, 1948
7:128 West Virginia's State 4-H Camp at Jackson's Mill, Training Center for Leaders, 1948
7:129 1948 Calendar of Events and Activities, Extension
7:130 Pamphlet, Let's Look at Education, West Virginia Library Commission, 1948
7:131 Tickets, Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, 1948
7:132 McDowell County Garden Schools, 1948
7:133 Extension Work with Colored Farmers, Past and Present, Thomas W. Campbell, Tuskegee Institute, 1948
7:134 Rat Killing Campaign, Mercer County, 1948
7:135 1948 West Virginia Rat Killing Campaign
7:136 Succinct Statement on Negro Extension Work, 1948-1949, by Thomas M. Campbell
7:137 Community Facts for Health Project, 1948-1949
7:138 Report of Workshop Committees, Jackson's Mill, January 10, 1949
7:139 Among Ourselves, January 1949
7:140 West Virginia Extension Agent's Conference, Cooperative Extension Service, West Virginia State College, February 14-18, 1949
7:141 Regional Conference of Parent-Teacher Associations of the West Virginia Congress of Colored Parents and Teachers, Berkeley, Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, Jefferson, Mineral, Morgan, Pendleton, and Tucker Counties, Page-Jackson High School, Charles Town, February 26, 1949
7:142 Camp Training School, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 8-10, 1949
7:143 Class Schedules, June 9-10, 1949
7:144 West Virginia State College Bulletin, June 1949 (Home Economics Department)
7:145 West Virginia Extension Workers Conference, Jackson's Mill, October 17-20, 1949
7:146 Fall Conference of Extension Agents and Staff Meeting, West Virginia State College, October 24-28, 1949
7:147 57th Annual Meeting, West Virginia State Teachers Association, Douglass High School, Huntington, November 10-11, 1949
7:148 Summary of Organization, Program Activities of the Agricultural Extension Service, WVU, December 1949
7:149 College Alumnae Club of Kanawha County, Inc., 1949, Standards Set for Scholarship Award
7:150 An Evaluation Plan, Lesson Leaders Training Meetings, 1949
7:151 Questionnaires, Extension Workers, 1949
7:152 Recommendations of State Committees, 1949
7:153 West Virginia University, Division of Home Economics, Home Furnishing Books, Circa 1949
7:154 Working Plan, Rat Campaign, 1949
7:155 State Extension Rat Control Campaign, 1949
7:156 Progress Report, Country Life Program, 1949-1950
7:157 Extension Finances, 1949-1950
7:158 Bureau of Negro Welfare and Statistics, State of West Virginia, Biennial Report, 1949-1950
7:159 Cooperative Extension Directory, 1949-1950
7:160 WVU Extension Division Bulletin, Course Announcements for Second Semester, 1949-1950
7:161 Resolutions of 59th Annual Tuskegee Institute Negro Farmers Conference, January 18, 1950
7:162 District Personnel in Forestry and Game Management, Conservation Commission of West Virginia, January 20, 1950
7:163 Let's Start Outside Improvement, by T. D. Gray, Extension Landscape Architect, January 1950
7:164 Training Meeting for Committee Members, List of Attendees, January 1950
7:165 Staff Meeting, Agricultural Building, February 13, 1950
7:166 Extension Agents Conference, February 13-17, 1950
7:167 Camp Training School, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 7-9, 1950
7:168 West Virginia State College Bulletin, Manual for Profitable Hog-Raising, Benjamin F. Garrett, June 1950
7:169 Rural Youth of the United States of America, Conference Program, Jackson's Mill, October12-15, 1950
7:170 The Research Program of the WVU Dairy Department, George Hyatt Jr., Annual Extension Conference, Jackson's Mill, October 17, 1950
7:171 Fall Conference of Extension Agents and Staff Meeting, West Virginia State College, October 30-November 3, 1950
7:172 Tree Fruit Varieties for West Virginia, 1950
7:173 County Extension Workers and National Defense, 1950
7:174 African American Population in West Virginia, 1950
7:175 Upper Monongahela Valley Country Life Program, 1950-1951
7:176 Cooperative Extension Work, Virginia State College, Petersburg, 1950-1956
7:177 Results of Seven Strawberry Variety Trials Conducted on West Virginia Farms, January 1951
7:178 Blueberries in West Virginia, Melvin H. Kolbe, January 1951
7:179 Agents Conference, February 19-22, 1951
7:180 Communist Farming, March 1951
7:181 Camp Training School, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 6-8, 1951
7:182 Report of the 4th Southern Regional Conference of Colored Extension Leaders on Supervision, Prairie View, Texas, June 18-22, 1951
7:183 Extension Service Review, June 1951
7:184 Report of Ethel H. Banks, Home Demonstration Agent, Fayette County, July 20, 1951-May 28, 1955
7:185 Regulations on Leave of Cooperatively Employed Agricultural Extension Workers in West Virginia, July 1951
7:186 Class Procedures, July-August 1951 Evaluation Workshop
7:187 McDowell County Farm and Home Show, Memorial Building, Welch, September 7-8, 1951
7:188 St. Albans Farm Women's Clubs, Achievement Day Program, American Legion Hall, St. Albans, October 3, 1951
7:189 West Virginia Extension Workers Conference, Jackson's Mill, October 15-19, 1951
7:190 West Virginia's Agriculture as a Part of America's Defense, West Virginia State College Extension Service, October 24, 1951
7:191 Science Serves Your Farm, Agricultural Experiment Station, WVU, December 1951
7:192 Altha Clemantine Allen Memorial, 1951
7:193 South Dakota Rural Youth, 1951
7:194 National Negro Health Week, 1951
7:195 Recommendations of State Committees, 1951
7:196 Point IV Program, 1951
7:197 West Virginia Vegetable Pest Control Materials, by C. F. Bishop, 1951
7:198 Personnel Report, "More Negro Farm and Home Agents Added to Extension Service Staff", 1951
7:199 Recommended Vegetable Varieties, West Virginia Home Garden, 1951
7:200 Agriculture and 1951


BOX 8

8:1 Logan County Leader and Adult Counselors Training Meeting, Aracoma High School, January 23, 1952
8:2 In-Service Training Workshop for Women Agents, Re-Upholstering, West Virginia State College, February 11-12, 1952
8:3 Report of Re-Upholstering Workshop, Simmons High School, Montgomery, April 16-18, 1952
8:4 Camp Training School, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 2-4, 1952
8:5 Annual Conference, Agricultural Extension Service, WVU, Jackson's Mill, October 20-24, 1952
8:6 Fall Conference of Extension Agents and Staff Meeting, West Virginia State College, October 27-31, 1952
8:7 Achievement Program, West Virginia State College, October 28, 1952
8:8 Program Planning Workshop for Women Workers, October 28, 1952
8:9 Office of Price Stabilization, 1952
8:10 Devotions for Meetings of Farm Women's Clubs of West Virginia, 1952
8:11 Camp Leaders Training School, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, 1952
8:12 Garden Schools, 1952
8:13 Pest Control of Ornamental Plants, by C. F. Bishop, 1952
8:14 Grape Culture, by Melvin H. Kolbe, 1952
8:15 Questionnaires, Extension Workers, 1952
8:16 Lesson, Making Family Meals More Attractive, 1952
8:17 Extension Service Staff, 1952
8:18 West Virginia Agricultural Characteristics, 1952
8:19 1952 Better Living Projects
8:20 Lesson Material Available for West Virginia Farm Women's Clubs in 1952
8:21 Mid-Winter Conference of Extension Agents and Staff Meeting, West Virginia State College, February 23-27, 1953
8:22 Schedule (Handwritten), May 31, 1953
8:23 West Virginia Girls State, State 4-H Camp, Clifftop, June 14-20, 1953
8:24 Farm Women's Program Planning Conference, Jackson's Mill, September 14-17, 1953
8:25 Annual Conference, Agricultural Extension Service, WVU, Jackson's Mill, October 19-23, 1953
8:26 Minutes, 15th Annual Conference of Cooperative Extension Agents and Staff Meeting, West Virginia State College, November 2-6, 1953
8:27 Susie Juanita Price, April 1, 1902-December 30, 1953
8:28 Hand Book, West Virginia Farm Women's Council, 1953
8:29 Esso Farm News, Spring 1953
8:30 County Committee Reports, 1953
8:31 Amanda H. Anderson, Annual Narrative Report to President William J. L. Wallace, 1953-1954
8:32 Tailoring Workshop, West Virginia State College Department of Home Economics, February 22-23, 1954
8:33 Mid-Winter Conference of Extension Agents and Staff Meeting, West Virginia State College, February 22-26, 1954
8:34 Agricultural Sub-Experiment Station, Lakin, February 25, 1954
8:35 2nd Annual Farmer's Institute, West Virginia State College, March 6, 1954
8:36 Press Release, United States Department of Agriculture, John W. Mitchell named national leader for agricultural extension work with African American farm families, September 3, 1954
8:37 Annual Conference, Agricultural Extension Service, WVU, Jackson's Mill, October 18-22, 1954
8:38 Announcement, Agricultural Extension Workers Conference, October 19, 1954
8:39 Minutes, Annual Fall Conference of Extension Agents, West Virginia State College, November 8-11, 1954
8:40 Planning and Implementing A County Agricultural Extension Mass Media Program, by Foster Mullenax, circa 1954
8:41 West Virginia Farm and Home Management Program, 1954
8:42 Farming and Family Living, 1954
8:43 Extension Service Work, Marion, Monongalia, and Preston Counties, 1954
8:44 Huntington Council Committees, 1954-1955
8:45 Officers and Leaders Training Meeting, Barnett School, February 4, 1955
8:46 Annual Mid-Winter Conference of Extension Agents and Staff Meeting, West Virginia State College, February 15-18, 1955
8:47 Invitation, Byrd Prillerman High School, Amigo, April 6, 1955
8:48 8th Annual Miners Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 26-July 2, 1955
8:49 Basic Data for Agricultural Program Projection, West Virginia Agricultural Extension Service, August 1955
8:50 Rope Skipping, School of Physical Education and Athletics, WVU, October 1955
8:51 Annual Fall Conference of Extension Agents and Staff Meeting, West Virginia State College, November 7-10, 1955
8:52 Devotions for Meetings of Farm Women's Clubs of West Virginia, 1955
8:53 Negro Extension Agents Annual Conference, University of Maryland, 1955
8:54 Responsibilities of District Extension Agent, Cabell County, 1955
8:55 Report of Janie Lampkins Carter, Club Agent, Marion, Monongalia and Preston Counties, 1955
8:56 Report of Geraldine C. Belmear, Home Extension Agent, Harrison, Lewis, Taylor, Barbour, and Upshur Counties, 1955
8:57 Annual Farmers Institute and Leaders Training Conference on Rural Development, West Virginia State College, February 13, 1956
8:58 Mid-Winter Conference, Agricultural Extension Service, West Virginia State College, February 14-17, 1956
8:59 Information on Trip to Washington, April 15-19, 1956
8:60 Group Tour to United States Department of Agriculture, 1956
8:61 Camp Chatter, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 7, 1957
8:62 Extension Service Review, June 1957
8:63 34th Annual Meeting, West Virginia Congress of Colored Parents and Teachers, Genoa Junior High School, Bluefield, October 10-11, 1957
8:64 Annual Conference, Agricultural Extension Service, WVU, Jackson's Mill, October 14-18, 1957
8:65 Washington-Carver Four-H Camp, 1957
8:66 The Cooperative Extension Service Today, April 1958
8:67 Monroe County Conference, Union, May 3, 1958
8:68 Annual Conference, Agricultural Extension Service, WVU, Jackson's Mill, October 13-17, 1958
8:69 Timetable, Norfolk and Western Railway, Route of the Powhatan Arrow and The Pocahontas, October 26, 1958
8:70 Preliminary Report, Home Management Information Survey, 1958
8:71 Report of Extension Organizations, January 31, 1959
8:72 36th Annual Meeting, West Virginia Congress of Colored Parents and Teachers, Welch-Dunbar Junior High School, October 8-9, 1959
8:73 Cabell County Leaders Training Meeting, January 22, 1960
8:74 35th Annual Commencement, Stratton High School, May 26, 1960
8:75 Annual Conference, Agricultural Extension Service, WVU, Jackson's Mill, October 18-20, 1960
8:76 West Virginia Home Record Book, Agricultural Extension Service, WVU, 1960-1961
8:77 Summary of Staff Meeting of Extension Agents, Jackson's Mill, February 22, 1961
8:78 Press Release, Dean Ernest J. Nesius Named Extension Director, June 15, 1961
8:79 Extension Service Review, April 1961
8:80 Marion County Farm Women's Camp, June 13-16, 1961
8:81 Extension Staff Newsletter, August 1, 1961
8:82 Training Conference in Economic and Social Development Subject Matter Basic to Rural Areas Development for Home Demonstration Agents and 4-H Club Agents, State 4-H Camp, Jackson's Mill, October 3-4, 1961
8:83 Annual Conference, Cooperative Extension Service, WVU, Jackson's Mill, October 17-20, 1961
8:84 Better Living Projects, 1961
8:85 Correspondence, regarding legislation on Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, 1961
8:86 Montgomery Woman's Improvement League, 1961
8:87 Conference for New Extension Agents and New Members of the Faculty, College of Agriculture, Forestry, and Home Economics, WVU, January 8-12, 1962
8:88 The Land-Grant Idea: Past, Present, and Future, J. O. Knapp, January 9, 1962
8:89 Dedication, WVU Agricultural Center, Agricultural Engineering Building, January 29, 1962
8:90 Medals Received, February 1962
8:91 WVU, Division of Home Economics, Refresher Day, April 14, 1962
8:92 West Virginia Proceedings of a Seminar on Growth and Development, WVU, June 28-29, 1962
8:93 Dominant Concerns in the Life Cycle, Robert J. Havighurst, University of Chicago, December 1962
8:94 Mary C. Reed, 1962 Plan of Work, Mercer and Wyoming Counties
8:95 Janie E. Henderson, 1962 Plan of Work, Logan and Mingo Counties
8:96 State Committee Recommendations, 1962
8:97 1962 Tentative Schedule, State 4-H Camp
8:98 Rating Sheets for County Extension Agents, 1962
8:99 Materials Mimeographed and Used as Special Projects in the Area of Child Development and Human Relations, March-June 1963
8:100 Progress Report, Mercer, McDowell, Logan, Marion, Raleigh, and Fayette Counties, April 3, 1963
8:101 Women Extension Agents Conference, Charleston, April 4-6, 1963
8:102 Crystal PTA, April 18, 1963
8:103 Family Relation and Child Development, June 24, 1963
8:104 Cooperative Extension Service, Communication Training Seminar, July 29-August 2, 1963
8:105 Persons Responsible for Extension Programs in Parent and Family Life Education and Child Development, September 1963
8:106 16th Annual Rural Health Conference, Jackson's Mill, October 3, 1963
8:107 Family Living Class, Maybeury School Building, October 7-9, 1963
8:108 Family Life Classes, Fayette County, October-November 1963
8:109 Attendance at Chattaroy, November 18-19, 1963
8:110 Harpers Ferry National Monument, 1963
8:111 We Grow Up, Dedicated to the Welfare of the Boys and Girls of West Virginia, West Virginia State Department of Health, 1963
8:112 Guidebook for County Program Development in West Virginia, Cooperative Extension Service, West Virginia Center for Appalachian Studies and Development, WVU, 1963
8:113 Introduction of Special Project, Bramwell PTA, 1963
8:114 Evaluation Summary of Projects, Logan County, 1963
8:115 Present Women Extension Workers in Order of Length of Service, 1963
8:116 West Virginia Center for Appalachian Studies and Development, West Virginia University, 1963
8:117 West Virginia School Enrollment by County, 1963-1965
8:118 Soror to Soror, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, January 1964
8:119 Genoa Junior High School Girls, January 1964
8:120 Extension Service Review, March 1964
8:121 Women Extension Agents Conference, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, April 9-11, 1964
8:122 Family Relation Class, Kyle Chapel, Elbert, April 13-15, 1964
8:123 West Virginia State Federation of Women's Clubs Annual Convention, West Virginia State College, April 17-18, 1964
8:124 Names and Addresses of Class Attendees, Calvary Baptist Church, Huntington, April 27-28, 1964
8:125 Family Living Classes, Giatto, April-May 1964
8:126 Keynote Address, Women in a Changed Society, Ester M. Westervelt, University of Massachusetts Forum, May 8, 1964
8:127 Marion County Farm Women's Camp, June 9-12, 1964
8:128 Family Life Education Classes, Mercer County, August 5-7, 1964
8:129 Kanawha County Class, Washington Manor Housing Unit, August 5-7, 1964
8:130 Jackson's Mill Classes, September 21-25, 1964
8:131 Annual Conference, Appalachian Center, Cooperative Extension Service, Jackson's Mill, October 26-30, 1964
8:132 West Virginia Map, Work in Family Like Education Through December 1964
8:133 Work and Leisure, by Oliver Johnson, circa 1964
8:134 Family Life Committee, Kanawha County, 1964
8:135 Federal Extension Service, 1964-1968
8:136 Weston Area Appalachian Staff Conference, Jackson's Mill, January 5-6, 1965
8:137 Child Development and Family Relation Class, Kimball Memorial Building, February 10, 1965
8:138 Women Extension Workers Spring Conference, April 2-3, 1965
8:139 13th Annual Morgan County Conservation Week, April 19-24, 1965
8:140 State Program Planning Conference, Jackson's Mill, April 27-29, 1965
8:141 Wheeling Electric Meeting, Moundsville, May 6, 1965
8:142 Timely Tips and Topics from Your Home Economics Extension Specialist, Morgantown, West Virginia, May 7, 1965
8:143 Lesson Leaders Training Meeting, The Art of Sharing, Mercer County, May 27, 1965
8:144 "The Untidy Society," Commencement Address, WVU, Paul A. Miller, May 31, 1965
8:145 Regional Health Conference, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 7-8, 1965


BOX 9

9:1 West Virginia State Medical Association, 9th Annual Rural Health Conference, Jackson's Mill, October 4, 1965
9:2 Othello Maria Harris Jefferson, This is Your Life, Bluefield Branch of the NAACP, Scott Street Baptist Church, October 31, 1965
9:3 Roane County Youth, November 8-10, 1965
9:4 West Virginia Center for Appalachian Studies and Development, Goals for Calendar Year, 1965
9:5 West Virginia Center for Appalachian Studies and Development, West Virginia University, Virginia Griffin Application for Appointment, 1965
9:6 Correspondence, Edward V. Pope, 1965-1967
9:7 Self-Understanding and Evaluation, Mercer County Supplement, January 1966
9:8 Youth Conference, Mount Zion Baptist Church, Clarksburg, February 19, 1966
9:9 Destiny Series: Is Your Child Ready for School, Virginia R. Griffin, February 21, 1966
9:10 Correspondence, Alice Vanlandingham to Tanner J. Livisay, regarding A Brief Talk: Women in Their Middle Years, March 10, 1966
9:11 A Report of the Committee Training (Mercer County), March 17, 1966
9:12 Extension Service Review, March 1966 (includes article, "New Design for Appalachia")
9:13 Field Trip to Observe Living Conditions of West Virginia Migrants in Cleveland, April 14-15, 1966
9:14 Persons Responsible for Extension Programs in Parent and Family Life Education and Development, April 1966
9:15 Lesson Leaders Training Meeting, Welch, May 20, 1966
9:16 Volunteer Leaders Conference, Jackson's Mill, June 6-10, 1966
9:17 Youth Conference, YWCA, Fairmont, June 18, 1966
9:18 Mercer County Lesson Leaders Training Meeting, Library, June 27, 1966
9:19 40th Annual Session, District Sunday School Union Number One to Convene with the New Morning Star Baptist Church School, McComas, August 20-21, 1966
9:20 State Leadership Conference, Jackson's Mill, September 19-23, 1966
9:21 "The Gate Keeper: Notes on Education of the Modern Woman," October 1966
9:22 Faculty Meeting Minutes, College of Human Resources and Education, November 3, 1966
9:23 The Alumnae Newsletter, Division of Family Resources, West Virginia University, Fall 1966
9:24 Proposed Program, Mont Chateau State Park, 1966
9:25 Correspondence, Tanner J. Livisay, Cooperative Extension Service, Parkersburg Area, 1966
9:26 Staff Employees, West Virginia Center for Appalachian Studies and Development, WVU, 1966
9:27 Youth Materials, 1966
9:28 Committees, 1966-1967
9:29 Division of Family Resources, Minutes of Staff Meetings, 1966-1967
9:30 Continuing Education for Women, 1966-1967
9:31 Announcement of Course Offerings, Kanawha Valley Graduate Center, First Semester 1966-1967
9:32 West Virginia Conference on Aging, January 1967
9:33 Registration, Lesson Leader Training School, First Methodist Church, Upshur and Lewis Counties, January 24, 1967
9:34 Meeting Minutes, Division of Family Resources, February 8, 1967
9:35 Preliminary Program, 31st Annual West Virginia Farm and Home Electrification Conference, Jackson's Mill, March 21-23, 1967
9:36 Forever Feminine: A Conference on Self-Understanding, YWCA, Fairmont, April 6, 1967
9:37 Ticket, WVU 100th Anniversary, Family Convocation, Baroness Maria von Trapp, Morgantown High School Auditorium, April 9, 1967
9:38 State Program Planning Conference, Jackson's Mill, April 25-27, 1967
9:39 Resume of Destiny Series Projects Developed by WVU Appalachian Center, April 1967
9:40 Appalachian Center Spring Conference and Recognition Dinner, West Virginia University, May 16-17, 1967
9:41 Workshop, Fairmont, May 17, 1967
9:42 WVU Centennial Conference, Theory and Methods of Research on Aging, Mont Chateau Lodge, May 18-19, 1967
9:43 Workshop, "Human Relations within the Family," Marion County Homemakers, May 1967
9:44 Appalachian Center Report, August 17, 1967
9:45 "Report on Meeting Held on August 24 at Mont Chateau," To: Family Life Conference Planning Committee, From: William H. Marshall, September 25, 1967
9:46 Annual Meeting, Cooperative Extension Worker Association of West Virginia, Jackson's Mill, October 31, 1967
9:47 Appalachian Center Banquet, Jackson's Mill, November 2, 1967
9:48 County Plans of Work, 1967
9:49 Monongalia County Association for Mental Health, 1967 Programs, Morgantown
9:50 Views of Texas Tech, 1967
9:51 How Will Your Family Act in an Emergency, 1967
9:52 WVU, West Virginia Center for Appalachian Studies and Development, Staff List, 1967
9:53 Statewide Conference on the Family, 1967
9:54 Pilot Study, Milestones to Maturity, 1967
9:55 1967 Leadership Training Conference, Jackson's Mill
9:56 Appalachian Center Report by Tanner J. Livisay, 1967
9:57 Survey and Evaluation of Research on the Family, Merrill-Palmer Institute, 1967-1968
9:58 National Family Life Workshop Planning Committee, 1967-1968
9:59 Project Evaluations, Milestones to Maturity, 1967-1968
9:60 WVU 1967-1968 Directory
9:61 The Need for Administrative Reorganization in West Virginia, January 1968
9:62 The Need for Constitutional Revision in West Virginia, January 1968
9:63 "Creative Family Living," Fayette County, March 5, 1968
9:64 State Family Life Committee, State Program Planning Conference, April 24, 1968
9:65 Lesson Leaders Training, Pocahontas County, May 7, 1968
9:66 Directory of the 240 Graduate Students Who Received MS Degrees, 1947-1948 as Advisees of Dr. Sara Ann Brown, May 11, 1968
9:67 West Virginia University Home Economics Alumnae Banquet, May 11, 1968/"Challenges for a New Decade," by Naomi G. Albanese
9:68 Conference Program, The Land-Grant University-The Community, WVU, May 27-29, 1968
9:69 Remarks by John L. Sweeney, Southern Regional Education Board Seminar on Appalachia, Mont Chateau, June 4, 1968
9:70 Department of Agriculture, Collection of Agricultural News Stories, June 24, 1968
9:71 A Profile of the Appalachian Family, Jack E. Weller, Southern Regional Education Board Seminar on Appalachia, WVU, June 1968
9:72 The Rural Communities: Their Problems and Their Future, Ernest J. Nesius, National Rural Life Convention, St. Cloud, Minnesota, August 10, 1968
9:73 Completed Questionnaires, Living Creatively Through the Middle Years, 1968
9:74 Appalachian Center Report, 1968
9:75 Request for State Staff Assistance, "Living Creatively," 1968
9:76 Retired Cooperative Extension Workers, 1970
9:77 Extension Association of West Virginia, Constitution, Revised March 27, 1974
9:78 Epsilon Sigma Phi, 1974/1991
9:79 Gamma Sigma Delta, 1975
9:80 West Virginia Agricultural Hall of Fame, 2nd Annual Recognition Dinner, Jackson's Mill 4-H Camp, July 31, 1976
9:81 News and Perspectives, WVU Center for Extension and Continuing Education, March-April 1983
9:82 Symposium, Surviving the '80s: Your Personal Well-Being, Cooperative Extension Service, WVU, 1983
9:83 Across the Desk, Margaret M. Meador, Mercer County Extension Agent, November 1, 1988
9:84 75 Years of Service, WVU Extension Service, 1988 Annual Report
9:85 Dr. Ancella Bickley, correspondence regarding West Virginia Conference on Black History, 1988-1990
9:86 Dr. Ancella Bickley, Commencement Address, Marshall University, May 12, 1990
9:87 Leadership Development Conference, Jackson's Mill, September 24-26, 1991
9:88 Annual Conference of the West Virginia University Extension Service, October 22-24, 1990
9:89 Regional Workshop, United States Extension Leaders, Southern University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, November 4-16, 1946
9:90 Report of Regional Negro Workshop on Extension Supervision, Southern University, November 4-16, 1946
9:91 Northeastern Regional Extension Summer School, Cornell University, 1961
9:92 Merrill-Palmer Institute, Detroit, 1963-1967
9:93 Proceedings of the National Training Conference on Extension Education in Family Life, Merrill-Palmer Institute, Detroit, September 8-13, 1963
9:94 Merrill-Palmer Institute, Detroit, March 31-April 2, 1966
9:95 Junior Leaders Conference, Extension Services, University of Vermont, August 17-19, 1966
9:96 20th Annual Conference on Aging, University of Michigan, July 23-26, 1967
9:97 Cooperative Extension News Bulletin, October-November 1941
9:98 Cooperative Extension News Bulletin, March 1944
9:99 Cooperative Extension News Bulletin, March-April 1946
9:100 Cooperative Extension News Bulletin, August-September 1946
9:101 Cooperative Extension News Bulletin, September 1948
9:102 National Negro Health News, October-December 1948
9:103 National Negro Health News, October-December 1949
9:104 National Negro Health News, January-March 1950
9:105 National Negro Health News, April-June 1950


BOX 10

10:1 Evaluation of Family Life Workshop, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp
10:2 Patterns
10:3 Bessie Goens, Willing Workers Club, Bolivar
10:4 Written Submissions, What My Club Means To Me
10:5 Musical Bulletin, Agricultural Extension Service, WVU
10:6 Kitchen Check Sheets
10:7 Summary of Health and Nutrition done by Club Women during the 5 Year Health Plan
10:8 Appalachian Newcomers in Cincinnati, Roscoe Griffin
10:9 McDowell County Project Completion
10:10 County Council Officers, Raleigh County
10:11 Home Furnishing Workshop, Reconditioning Old Furniture, WVU Division of Home Economics
10:12 West Virginia State College Community College Citizenship and Leadership Program
10:13 Member Payments, Raleigh, Fayette, McDowell, Jefferson, Logan, and Kanawha Counties
10:14 Out of State Programs
10:15 Farm Women Club Members Pledge
10:16 Wilder Kindergarten Newsletter
10:17 Special Youth Project, Miller Junior High School, Fairmont
10:18 Camp Chatter
10:19 The Ages and Stages of Being a Woman, Virginia R. Griffin
10:20 Roster of Instructions, Extension Service
10:21 The Middle Years Workshop, Jackson's Mill, Tuesday
10:22 The Middle Years Workshop, Jackson's Mill, Wednesday
10:23 The Middle Years Workshop, Jackson's Mill, Thursday
10:24 The Middle Years Workshop, Jackson's Mill, Friday
10:25 Cooperative Extension Service, Out-of-State
10:26 Stonewall Craft Shop, State 4-H Camp, Weston, n.d.
10:27 Camp Clinic, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp
10:28 News Notes About Former and Retired Cooperative Extension Workers
10:29 Out-of-State Events
10:30 "Do You Just Belong?" Compliments of the Department of Printing, West Virginia State College
10:31 Catalog, Welek's fabrics, St. Louis
10:32 Living Creatively Through the Middle Years
10:33 A Pattern for Files of Extension Workers
10:34 Interest Check Sheets
10:35 Outline of Itinerary
10:36 Supplemental Reports
10:37 Human Resources Committee
10:38 Training, Calhoun County
10:39 Adult Education: An Informed Citizenry Thru Economic Education
10:40 Home Extension Agent Evaluations
10:41 Chairmen of County Committees, Mercer, Mingo, Fayette, Marion, Raleigh, Jefferson, Kanawha, Cabell, and Logan Counties
10:42 Project 16 (Negro Work), West Virginia State College
10:43 A Candle Lighting Memorial Service
10:44 Retirement of C. P. Dorsey
10:45 Tickets, Southern West Virginia Fair Stage Revue, Fairgrounds Below Dunbar, September 8-10
10:46 Constitution for the Mercer County Farm Women's Council
10:47 Child Development Class, Stinson School Annex, Bluefield
10:48 Montgomery Woman's Improvement League
10:49 State Officers and Committee Chairmen
10:50 County Reports
10:51 State Committee for YMW Work
10:52 Training Packet, Living Creatively Through the Middle Years
10:53 Meeting Attendees, Mineral and Hampshire Counties, April 19
10:54 County Camp Food Plans
10:55 Cooperative Extension Services, Food Canning
10:56 Patterns
10:57 Evaluation of Adult Education Class Sessions, Jefferson County
10:58 Montgomery Woman's Improvement League
10:59 Growth Patterns of Boys and Girls
10:60 Brochure, County Extension Office, Mercer County
10:61 The "Modern" Mature Woman
10:62 McDowell County Extension Committees and Officers
10:63 The New Leisure, by Edward V. Pope
10:64 The Neighborhood Leader System
10:65 Maintaining a Satisfactory County Situation
10:66 Wartime Poultry Program and Devices for Extension Work
10:67 Problem Assignment in County Planning
10:68 Office Management, by W. H. Roberts
10:69 Cooperative Extension Work, Parliamentary Law for Farm Women's Clubs, Pauline S. Maclin
10:70 WVU Campus Map
10:71 Recipes
10:72 Cabell County Directory of Extension Clubs
10:73 County Council Officers, Mingo Logan, and Fayette Counties
10:74 Fees for State Council and Improvement Project, McDowell County
10:75 Press Release, WVU Campus Covers the State Through Extension Courses, by John Burch
10:76 Child Development and Human Relations Short Course, Charles Town, April 6-8
10:77 Fathers Only. Fathers Can Spark the Flame of Learning in Their Sons, by Ernie B. McCue, WVU Appalachian Center
10:78 Song Sheets
10:79 Attendance at Fairmont, West Virginia
10:80 Proposed Television Program and Special Project, Miller Junior High School
10:81 Family Recreation, by Frances W. Jones
10:82 Score Card for Women's Club Meeting
10:83 Modern Steps in Small Scale Farming
10:84 Class Schedules
10:85 "Adults: Your Job in the Small Church," by Marjorie McCarty
10:86 Situation, Cabell County, Reupholstering Project
10:87 Kitchen Check Sheets
10:88 Good Posture
10:89 History of Extension Work in Cabell County
10:90 Getting Along with Others, Statements for Discussion Meetings, West Virginia Older Rural Youth Groups
10:91 The Vital Role of Workers' Education or Planning Security for the Negro Worker in the Post War World, Home Life for the Worker
10:92 Discussion, West Virginia Rural Youth and the Conservation and Development of the West Virginia Rural Community
10:93 The Total Woman: The Way You Look, Sound and Act, Shirley Campbell, WVU
10:94 State Committees
10:95 Clothing Training Meeting for Home Demonstration Agents, West Virginia State College, March 13-14
10:96 Family Living Class, Bishop, Virginia
10:97 Demonstration, Farm Women's Club, Better School Lunch Series, Milk in the Lunch
10:98 Judging Packed Lunches
10:99 Diversified Activities in the Role of Conservation in Part-Time Farming, B. W. Barnes
10:100 Undated Materials
10:101 Saving and Preserving Food
10:102 "An Outline of Recreation for Rural Groups," U.S. Department of Agriculture, Department of Cooperative Extension
10:103 "The Functions of District Supervisors in Program Execution," by Charles A. Sheffield
10:104 The Safe Use of Electricity
10:105 Older Youth
10:106 The Code of the Conference Leader
10:107 "Lamps to Keep Burning" Script
10:108 Material List for A. C. Allen Memorial, 4-H Camp, Clifftop, West Virginia
10:109 Some of the Things We Would Like to Find in the Annual Reports of Home Demonstration Agents
10:110 Data on "Adult Education for Negroes"
10:111 "You Have an Investment in Your Community" Brochure
10:112 Extension Services Workshop Outline
10:113 "Spare Rib?" By Rev. Donald Loudermilk
10:114 West Virginia State College Flyer, Institute, West Virginia
10:115 "Slip Cover Project," by Margaret Rexroad
10:116 Extension Organization
10:117 Calhoun County Schedule and Summaries of Class Sessions
10:118 Biographical Information on William D. Click and James E. Banks
10:119 "Research Trends in Child Development," by Phyllis Bradshaw Greer
10:120 Thank-u-grams
10:121 List of Meetings Where Mr. Dreyfus Froe, Ms. Ionna Hurt, and Tanner J. Livisay will be Present
10:122 "The Art of Making Do," Camille B. Stewart
10:123 Cabell County Laboratory Clubs
10:124 Poem for Mr. Toney
10:125 Clothing Training Meeting for Home Demonstration Agents, West Virginia State College, March 13-14
10:126 Monongalia County Association for Mental Health, 10th Annual Meeting, Drummond Chapel, October 11
10:127 Chattaroy Victory Home Club
10:128 Home Demonstration Program of Cooperative Extension Services
10:129 Miscellaneous Reports/Lists of Names
10:130 Whither Goest the Women, by Virginia R. Griffin
10:131 West Virginians Migrating to Cities Need Help in Adjusting to New Life
10:132 Youth Conference, Sponsored by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Mount Zion Baptist Church, Clarksburg, February 19
10:133 Concepts of Group Action and Leadership
10:134 Lesson Leaders Training Meeting, Living Creatively
10:135 Committees of Kanawha County Council
10:136 Photographs, Television Screen Captures
10:137 Photographs (photocopies)
10:138 Photographs (photocopies)
10:139 Photographs (photocopies), Other Agents
10:140 Photographs (photocopies), Reupholstering Workshop
10:141 Photographs (photocopies), Regional and National 4-H Camp Conference
10:142 Photographs (photocopies), Agents
10:143 Photographs (photocopies), Cabell County
10:144 Pattern for Christian Living
10:145 Notebook, Class Procedure Evaluation Workshop
10:146 Family Life Education Workshop
10:147 West Virginia's State 4-H Camp at Jackson's Mill
10:148 Family Harmony, The Com N Tater Family


BOX 11

11:1 Mercer-McDowell 4-H Club Rally Day, Dunbar Junior High School, May 17, 1941
11:2 Our National Family, National Congress of Colored Parents and Teachers, October 1941
11:3 Short Course, Garden Training School, The Victory Garden, Bluefield State Teachers College, June 22-26, 1942
11:4 Achievement Day, McDowell County Homemakers Bureau, Kimball, November 20, 1942
11:5 Status of Negro Farmers in West Virginia as of 1945
11:6 Agricultural Extension Workers, WVU, May 1, 1946
11:7 Diary of an Extension Worker, Wayne County, 1946
11:8 "County Gossip," Mercer County News, February 1947
11:9 Revised 4-H Club Enrollment, McDowell County, April 1, 1947
11:10 Recreation Scorecard, November 17, 1947
11:11 Summary of West Virginia Meat Improvement Plan Participation, January-October 1948
11:12 Agricultural Extension Workers, WVU, October 1, 1948
11:13 Project Circulars Requested, Cabell County, 1948
11:14 Monthly Supplementary Reports, 1948-1960
11:15 Monthly Itinerary Outlines, 1948-1960
11:16 Rules and Regulations Governing Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, May 20, 1949
11:17 Evaluation Plan, Lesson Leaders Training Meetings, 1949
11:18 An Evaluation Plan, Lesson Leaders Training Meetings, 1949
11:19 Homemakers News, 1949-1951
11:20 National Negro Health Week, April 2-9, 1950
11:21 Mercer County Farm Bureau Newsletter, January 1952
11:22 Registration, Leaders Camp, June 3-5, 1953
11:23 Homemakers Camp at Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, June 4, 1953
11:24 Agricultural Extension Workers, WVU, July 1, 1954
11:25 Agricultural Extension Workers, WVU, October 1, 1954
11:26 Slip Cover Problem, Division of Home Economics, WVU, 1955
11:27 Fayette County 4-H Round-Up and Exhibit, DuBois High School, Mt. Hope, West Virginia, May 12, 1956
11:28 Mercer County Homemakers Council, Bluestone Baptist Church, Bramwell, July 18, 1957
11:29 Agricultural Extension Workers, WVU, August 1, 1960
11:30 Agricultural Extension Workers, WVU, July 1962
11:31 Pendleton County Education Association, Franklin High School, August 30, 1967
11:32 Home Management Information, not dated
11:33 Informal Tests, African American History
11:34 "West Virginia Hills," Epoch v. Modern Period - Today
11:35 Constitutions and By-Laws, West Virginia Farm and Homemakers Council
11:36 Constitution and By-Laws, McDowell County Homemakers Council
11:37 Constitution, Logan County Homemakers Council
11:38 Gustine B. Elliot (Raleigh County), Monthly Plan of Work, not dated
11:39 Recruiting Prospective Agents/Training New Extension Workers
11:40 Delegates/Lunch Payments Lists of Names
11:41 A Service Celebrating the Life of Tanner Johnson Livisay, May 3, 1906-September 29, 2004
11:42 Book, Reaching Out With Heart and Minds, by Tanner J. Livisay


BOX 12

Photographs:
12:1 Agents Conference, New Library, West Virginia State College
12:2 State Volunteer 4-H Club Leaders Conference, June 1966
12:3 Tanner J. Livisay, ca. 1959
12:4 Tanner J. Livisay at Cornell University, 1961
12:5 Tanner J. Livisay, portrait, 1959
12:6 4-H Club Group
12:7 Postcard, Administration Building, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp
12:8 West Virginia Homemakers Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp
12:9 West Virginia Homemakers Encampment, Sewing
12:10 Visit to WSAZ Studio, Huntington
12:11 Extension Exhibit and Demonstrations, West Virginia State College
12:12 Hatmaking Workshop, Geraldine Belmear and Ethel Banks
12:13 State Fair Exhibit, 1943
12:14 Tanner J. Livisay, Harrison County Dinner, Geraldine Belmear's Council
12:15 Wyoming County 4-H Club Rally, May 13, 1942
12:16 State Meeting, Homemakers Council
12:17 Mercer County Homemakers Council
12:18 Tanner J. Livisay, District Home Demonstration Agent, Princeton Homemakers Club
12:19 State Volunteer 4-H Club Leaders Conference, June 1965
12:20 Frank "Sugar Chile" Robinson
12:21 Judging County Health Scrapbooks
12:22 Re-upholstering Project, Ethel Wills, Huntington Homemakers
12:23 State Homemakers Meeting, Vocational Building, West Virginia State College
12:24 Huntington Homemakers, Community Project, Dolls for Community Christmas Tree
12:25 Re-upholstering Project, Cabell County
12:26 West Virginia Homemakers Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, 1955
12:27 West Virginia Homemakers Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, 1954
12:28 West Virginia Homemakers Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, 1949
12:29 Unidentified
12:30 West Virginia Homemakers Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, October 1962
12:31 West Virginia Homemakers Encampment, Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, 1963
12:32 Room of Furniture
12:33 Cabell County 4-H Camp (Mother Barnett)
12:34 Mercer County Homemakers visiting Huntington, 1962
12:35 Young men displaying artwork
12:36 Family Life Class
12:37 Tanner J. Livisay and others at Coopers Rock, 1955
12:38 Marion County 4-H Marchers
12:39 Huntington Homemakers at West Virginia State College
12:40 Tanner J. Livisay, West Virginia Homemakers
12:41 Unidentified

Various non-West Virginia publications and other documents


Manuscript Collections

West Virginia Archives and History