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Oregon State University Extension Association/4-H Records, 1977-1996

Sheep shearing demonstration at a 4-H summer session, 1922.

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MSS OSUEA4H

The Oregon State University Extension Association/4-H Records document the members, programs, and activities of the professional association of 4-H extension agents in Oregon. The organization was established in 1975 and is affiliated with the National Association of Extension 4-H Agents (NAE4-HA) and the Oregon State University Extension Association.

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Digital Resources: History of OSU Extension
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Quantity

0.7 cubic feet, including 622 photographs and 1 audiocassette; 3 boxes

Arrangement

The Records are arranged in 15 series: I. Budgets and Treasurer's Reports, 1987-1992; II. Committees, 1990-1991; III. Correspondence, 1992; IV. Professional Improvement Conference, 1991; V. Historical Documents, 1989-1990; VI. Rules of Operation - Bylaws, 1980-1989; VII. Minutes, 1980-1992; VIII. Newsletter, 1988-1991; XI. Membership Lists, 1977-1991; X. Handbooks, 1986-1991; XI. Survey, 1986; XII. National Association of Extension 4-H Agents (NAE4-HA), 1980-1986; XIII. NAE4-HA 1983 Conference, Rainbows and Roses, 1980-1984; XIV. Photographs, 1979-1996; and XV. Sound Recording, 1983.

Related Papers

The Special Collections & Archives Research Center provides access to many collections documenting the 4-H and Youth Program in Oregon including the Extension Service Records (RG 111); the 4-H Photograph Collection (P 146) and Moving Images (FV P 146); the OSU Extension Service Faculty and Staff Oral History collection (OH 14); and the papers of several 4-H leaders including Roberta Frasier Anderson, James F. Bishop, Helen Cowgill, and Esther Taskerud. The Center's collections also include the Oregon State University Extension Association (OSEA) Records, the Malheur County 4-H Leaders' Council Records, and the N. John Hansen Scrapbook.

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