Agricultural extension work
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Contains one scrapbook created by the Clay County Inland Livestock Club on the Nebraska Extension Hog Lot Sanitation Project in the 1920-1930s. The scrapbook gives a step-by-step account of how Nebraska Extension Agent Joe Claybaugh taught the pig club about pig hygiene and how to create shelters and sanitize pig lots to decrease disease. It also contains a song written by Joe Claybaugh on pig sanitation that won the championships at the Clay County and Nebraska State Fair.
The collection consists of 89 reels of microfilm containing annual reports of county agents and departments involved in agricultural extension work from 1913-1944. A supplemental guide corresponding subjects, years, and reels is available.
This collection contains general materials pertaining to the College of Agriculture. Some types of materials include reports, publications, programs, photographs and postcards, scrapbooks and assorted materials from the College of Agriculture. Box four is mostly assorted photographs from different departments of the College of Agriculture from the 1940's-60's.
The collection consists of photographic prints and negatives related to agricultural extension. The images show locations in Lincoln and other areas in Nebraska. Many images related to agricultural engineering as well as general agricultural work. The collection has been retained in the alphabetical order in which it was received. An additional inventory is available.
The collection consists of departmental and general correspondence, subject files, personal, and professional papers of William V. Lambert, Dean of the College of Agriculture. A majority of the materials relate to agriculture extension, research, education, and experimentation as well as departmental operations.
This collection consists of College of Agriculture Dean W.W. Burr's subject files, personal correspondence, biographical information, photographs, publications, and speeches. The subject files cover a variety of topics, with many related to agriculture, chemical research, and education.