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Front left to right: Guy Farmer of Lincoln County, Electric winner; Miss Margaret Adele Bigelow of Wood County, Alumni recognition; Kenneth Kissel of Marshall County, forestry winner.Standing left to right: Aleta Rae Strader ofUpshur County, Canning winner; Sally Ann Ours of Grant County, Achievement winner; Ralph Izard of Boone County, recreation winner; Dwaine Hornbeck of Upshur County, beautification of home grounds winner, and Joan Lee of Kanawha County, leadership winner.
Group of 4-H members pose in front of cottage as late stages of construction are completed.
"Aeroplane View of Proposed Kanawha State Park and Four-H Fair. Charleston, W. Va. Tell W. Nicolet- Landscape Architect from Pittsburgh, P.A.
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.
"A small group of club girls start work in canning."
County Champions holding their winning products.
"The first camp ever held in West Virginia. J. U. Shipman- County agent."
Cunningham, Assistant Home Demonstration agent, instructing a club girl how to pack her exhibit to bring in to the fair without breaking.
Girls working on a project, likely at the State 4-H Camp at Jackson's Mill.
Back row left to right: W.H. Kendrick, Carol Green, Harry Rollyson, Clarence Wooter, Corty Davis, John Cole, Sam Niel, Ike Hormer, Charles Holbert.Front row left to right: Eleanor Biglow, Dorothy Archer, Gertrude Lemetol (?), Pauline Spangler, Kathleen Berthy, Eula Roberts, Virginia Burmer, Mrs. Fannie M. Kercheval.
Young woman pictured with display of 4-H Club items, holding flag that reads "Demonstration Girls Club."
Display featuring trees, fruits, and wildflowers found in West Virginia.
R.J. Friant, Extension agronomist, WVU, discussed the results of the 1955 contest at Vo-ag Room, Clay High School, where second place award was given to Howard Fitzwater.
Tree conservation project displayed by Richard Johnson.
Johnny Parks, winner of the contest, demonstrates his method.
Kenneth Flouhpuse and Bill Strawn (team of two), winners of the contest.
Signs read: "Dresses For Every Occasion; Party or church; Other articles made by 4th year club members."
"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."
Front left to right: John W. Smith (Member of committee), James W. Carskadon (President), Nat T. Frame (Director of Extension), J. Blaine McLaughlin (Secretary).Back left to right: Dale Curry (Member of Committee), Izetta Jewell Brown (Member of Committee), Albert Leatherman (Member of Committee)."In front of the warehouse in Clarksburg where space had just been secured for the West Virginia Farm Bureau Wool Pool of 80,000 lbs. in 1922."
"Some of the hats made in the millinery class of Farmers' Week, January 1922."
From reverse: "Camp View - Dining Room & Tents"
Group photo of the leaders from Brooke County 4-H Camp.
Caption below reads "There is a definite band project in Four- H work."
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.
This picture was likely taken when West Virginia representatives visited Washington D.C. for the 31st National 4-H Conference, likely in April 1961.
4-H members compete at the state fair with their steer.
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.
West Virginia 4-H representatives at the 31st National 4-H Conference in Washington, D.C.
A group of young men and boys place electrical wiring along wooden beams. Subjects unidentified.  Subjects are likely members of a 4-H organization.
A group of young men and women working. Subjects unidentified.
Four unidentified females pose beside the dozens of colored eggs produced at the 4-H meeting.
A group of children paint eggs together. Subjects unidentified.
A young, unidentified girl poses beside the dozens of colored eggs.
Adults supervise as young 4-Hers paint Easter eggs. Subjects unidentified.
J. O. Knapp was Director of WVU Cooperative Extension Service and nationally recognized 4-H leader.
J. O. Knapp was Director of WVU Cooperative Extension Service and nationally recognized 4-H leader. In this portrait, J.O. Knapp is addressing the audience.
J. O. Knapp was the Director of WVU Cooperative Extension Service and nationally recognized 4-H leader.
J. O. Knapp was the director of WVU Cooperative Extension Service and nationally recognized 4-H leader. In this portrait of the unveiling, former WVU President Elvis Stahr is addressing the audience.
Martha Lee Poland in middle.
'Dr. D. W. Parsons suggests this may be Farm and Home Week meeting at West Virginia University in 1914. Information was given on 03/16/1954.'
Members of 4-H camp gather around council fire.
Members of 4-H music group with instruments.
4-H girl's group member engage in nature study outdoor.
4-H members pose around an automobile: J. Burton, C. Shaffer and Adele B. are in photo.
Possibly Counselors.
Group of women standing near garden plantings.
4-H champion shows off a prized cow; Martin Piribek at left.
Two females dressed in white symbolic of 4-H spirits pose around a prop shaping as 4-H logo, four leaves clover possibly in Woodburn circle at West Virginia University.
Logos Read Spirit of Development and Every Club Member
Students handling bees at camp.