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A group of young men and boys place electrical wiring along wooden beams. Subjects unidentified.  Subjects are likely members of a 4-H organization.
'Harrison County Calf Club, Harry Pride, Lumberport W. Va.'
Group of 4-H members pose in front of cottage as late stages of construction are completed.
Eleanor Bigelow, Jessie Davis and Eleanor Talbott demonstrating to a group of New England state 4-H leaders at the Eastern State Exposition how West Virginia boys and girls earn their 4-H's.
Plot measured, planted and cared for by Corn Club Member Raymond Taylor.
This picture was likely taken when West Virginia representatives visited Washington D.C. for the 31st National 4-H Conference, likely in April 1961.
Display featuring trees, fruits, and wildflowers found in West Virginia.
Tree conservation project displayed by Richard Johnson.
Signs read: "Dresses For Every Occasion; Party or church; Other articles made by 4th year club members."
4-H members pose in a star formation near a building at Jackson's Mill State 4-H Camp in Jackson's Mill, W. Va.
Left to Right: C.P. Dorsey, Mrs. Mary Rose Jones, Dr. A.H. VanLandingham, G. W. Melvin, M.F. Kennedy, Edwin Townsend, John Wolfenberger, and J.O. Knapp.
West Virginia 4-H representatives at the 31st National 4-H Conference in Washington, D.C.
Caption below reads "There is a definite band project in Four- H work."
"A corner of the potato grading and marketing exhibit which sought to encourage better grading, higher quality and improved sacking of potatoes. Also the needs of Charleston and vicinity as a market."
County Champions holding their winning products.
"A small group of club girls start work in canning."
Young woman pictured with display of 4-H Club items, holding flag that reads "Demonstration Girls Club."