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Young people seated on the foundation of the Lewis County Cottage under construction at Jackson's Mill 4-H Camp.
State 4-H Camp at Jackson's Mill, which was the first in the nation when it opened in 1921.
The cover of The County Officer Magazine, West Virginia Edition. 'Jackson's Mill Birthplace of 4-H Clubs of America, at the site of General 'Stonewall' Jackson's boyhood home... this aerial view shows the main part of West Virginia's 4-H Camp located in Lewis County. It is the pioneer development of its kind not only in America but the entire world.'
Boys appear to be cooking on sticks and in a pan over a fire.
'Tommy Nay, Jane Lew, R-1, and his Grand Champion Guernsey heifer at the State 4-H Dairy Show, held at Jackson's Mill.'  Harrison County 4-H.
Martha Ann Law and her Grand Champion 4-H Jersey heifer at the State 4-H Dairy Show, held at Jackson's Mill. Harrison County 4-H.
'Street car stop in foreground.'
"Old, old negative of Jackson's Mill."
'West Penn Co.'
Making bows and arrows.
Boys with brass instruments - trombones and trumpet.
Boys with stringed instruments - guitar, violin, and banjo.
Choir group of girls from 4-H Harrison county camp in front of a pond in a garden.
A scene from a party held at Jackson's Mill, participants are dressed for the occasion, child in center dressed as a clown.
Displays the goals each 4-H member strives to achieve.
Boys' Blacksmith Shop, making "pounded hinges".
Boys' making souvenirs from pieces of scrap wood.
4-H boys help develop a roadside market along the "new hard surface roads."
Working hard to construct a model poultry house at Jackson's Mill.
Boys are setting up their own radio at camp.
"A demonstration in butchering was given to these farm lads in camp."
"A vigorous young bunch of life-savers practicing artificial respiration."