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   Container / Location    Title
 
Series VII. Extension [series]:
 
General Information [subseries]:
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Early history of extension
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Extension correspondence to 1921 (including potato patriotism folder 6)
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Extension policy
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Extension schools
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Extension staff --- voting privilege
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Junior Extension
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Extension expense accounts - some early examples (before 1921)
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Extension teaching preparation for careers in extension
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Extension services in other states - correspondence to 1921
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Preparation of extension publications, to 1921
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Distribution, use of, and quotation from extension publications, to 1921
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Extension Publications Committee, to 1921
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New York State Extension Federation of 4-H Clubs
  24  
miscellaneous extension materials
 
Farmers' Wives Reading Course and Clubs [subseries]:
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Early history
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Correspondence, to 1921
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Reading Course for Farm Home and Cornell Study Clubs; clippings
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Farmers' Wives Reading Course and Clubs - testimonials, to 1921
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Reading Course - letters from readers
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Envelopes - post cards from readers
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Envelopes - post cards from readers
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Reading Course testimonials on large index cards. see also: Box 46 for examples of booklets from Farmers' Wives Reading Course 1901-1940
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Reading Course for the Farm Home Reports 1903
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Problems of Extension Organization 1915-21 on
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Cornell Study Clubs - Programs
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Study Clubs and Home Bureau: Rise of Home Bureau, Decline of Study Clubs
 
Use of Other Communications Media
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Early Radio Work
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State College Radio Committee
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Federal Movie of New York State College of Home Economics taken in 1947-1948
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Cooperation in state and county fairs
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Publicists and advertisers, correspondence to 1921
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1939 Worlds Fair Exhibit
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Cooperative Extension work in Colleges of Agriculture and Home Economics, "Better Living on the Farm" 1941-1943
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"Victory Special" Train, 1912-1920 - correspondence