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Extension Service Photographs, 1900-2007

By Finding aid prepared by Lawrence A. Landis; updated by Elizabeth Nielsen.

Collection Overview

Title: Extension Service Photographs, 1900-2007

Predominant Dates: 1920-1996

ID: P 062

Primary Creator: Oregon State University. Extension Service

Extent: 2.4 cubic feet. More info below.

Arrangement: The Extension Service Photographs are arranged in 7 series: I. Extension Service Programs and Activities, 1900-2007; II. Photographs from Clatsop and Klamath County Annual Reports, 1923-1955; III. Photographs Separated from Extension Service Records, circa 1922 - 1971; IV. Frank L. Ballard Photographs, 1909 - circa 1965; V. Lane County Extension, 1929-1995; VI. Linn County Extension, circa 1921 - 1950; VII. Benton County Extension Home Economics Study Groups, 1973-1996.

Languages of Materials: English [eng]

Abstract

The Extension Service Photographs document Extension programs, activities, and staff throughout Oregon as well as Oregon agriculture. The Extension Service was established in Oregon in 1911.

Images from this collection have been digitized and are available in Oregon Digital.

Scope and Content Notes

The Extension Service Photographs document Extension programs, activities, and staff throughout Oregon as well as Oregon agriculture. The bulk of the collection pertains to the three traditional Extension programmatic areas -- agriculture, home economics, and 4-H. The photographs depict Extension Service programs and staff from all regions of Oregon; however, Benton, Clatsop, Klamath, and Lane Counties are strongly represented.

Of particular note are images of Braceros and other migrant agricultural laborers; County extension offices (exterior and interior views) and staff; the Dairy Demonstration Train; 4-H club activities and summer school; and soil conservation and dune stabilization. Many individuals farms and ranches are identified; numerous images of the Oliver Ranch in Grant County are part of the collection.

Photographers are not identified for most of the images, but they were primarily taken by Extension Service staff. Photographers and studios of note with images in the collection include the Columbia Commercial Studio (Portland), Asahel Curtis (Seattle), Benjamin A. Gifford, Arthur M. Prentiss, and the Weister Company,

The collection includes a variety of formats. The bulk of the collection consists of b/w prints, but it also includes color prints, b/w and color film negatives, nitrate negatives, color slides, digital prints, and panoramic prints.

Images from this collection have been digitized and are available in Oregon Digital.

Biographical / Historical Notes

On July 24, 1911, Oregon Agricultural College's Board of Regents organized the Oregon Extension Service in response to requests from citizens of Oregon for assistance (particularly in agriculture) from the college. R.D. Hetzel, professor of political science, was named as the first director of the Extension Service. The first county extension agents began in Marion and Wallowa Counties in September of 1912. Legislation permitting counties to appropriate money for extension work that would be matched by state funds was enacted in 1913.

In May of 1914, nearly three years after Oregon had established its Extension Service, President Woodrow Wilson signed the federal Smith-Lever law, which provided federal money for the establishment of extension services in all states for developing off-campus programs, primarily in agriculture and home economics. The first home extension agents were hired in August 1917 to do wartime emergency work; several of the agents were retained by counties after World War I. By 1937, all counties had at least one county extension agent.

During the Extension Service's first forty years, it concentrated on three traditional programmatic areas -- agriculture, home economics, and 4-H. After World War II, four other program areas were added -- forestry (late 1940s), the Marine Advisory Program (late 1940s and greatly expanded in the 1960s), Community Resource Development (1960s), and the Energy Extension Service (1970s). Traditionally, the Extension Service Director reported to (or was) the Dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences. In 1993, as part of a university-wide reorganization, the OSU Extension Service was made part of the Office of Extended Education, which reported to the university's Provost.

Frank L. Ballard graduated from Oregon Agricultural College in 1916 and returned to his native state of New Hampshire where he worked as a county agent for one year. He came back to Oregon in 1917 as a specialist in rural organization and agricultural economics for the Extension Service. During the next 45 years, he served as County Agent Leader, Vice Director, Extension Agriculture Editor of Publications, and Associate Director of the Extension Service in Oregon. He contributed to many leading farm magazines and gained national renown as an agricultural journalist.

Administrative Information

Accruals: Additions to the collection are expected.

More Extent Information: 3350 photographs; 9 boxes, including 2 oversize boxes

Statement on Access: Collection is open for research.

Acquisition Note: The photographs were transferred to the Archives in numerous accessions from the 1960s through 2009.

Related Materials:

The OSU Special Collections and Archives Research Center holdings include numerous collections documenting Extension Service programs and activities throughout Oregon. The Extension Service Records (RG 111) document the administration and programmatic activities of the OSU Extension Service. The Extension Bulletin Illustrations Photograph Collection (P 020) and the Extension and Experiment Station Communications Photograph Collection (P 120), and Harriet's Photograph Collection (P HC) include additional photographs of Extension Service programs and staff. The 4-H Photograph Collection (P 146) provides extensive visual documentation of Oregon 4-H programs, projects, and participants. Other collections that document county extension activities include the Clackamas County Jersey Cattle Club Scrapbook (MSS ClackamasCattle), the Malheur County 4-H Leaders Council Records (MSS Malheur), and the Multnomah County Extension Home Economics Units Collection (MSS MultnomahHomeEc).

See also: Digital Resources: History of OSU Extension, a comprehensive collection of online resources documenting the 100+ year history of Extension at Oregon State University.

Preferred Citation: Extension Service Photographs (P 062), Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.

Processing Information: The Lane County Extension Photographs (Series V) are not fully processed.

Creators

Oregon State University. Extension Service
Ballard, Frank Llewellyn
Columbia Commercial Studio (Portland, Or.)
Curtis, Asahel (1874-1941)
Gifford, Benjamin A.
Oregon 4-H (Program)
Oregon Agricultural College. Extension Service
Oregon State Agricultural College. Extension Service
Oregon State College. Federal Cooperative Extension Service
Prentiss, A. M. (Arthur M.)
Weister Company

People, Places, and Topics

4-H clubs--Oregon.
Agricultural extension workers--Oregon.
Agricultural laborers--Oregon.
Agriculture--Oregon.
Benton County (Or.)
Clatsop County (Or.)
Columbia Commercial Studio (Portland, Or.)
Crops--Oregon.
Farm life--Oregon.
Home economics extension work--Oregon.
Hops and Brewing
Klamath County (Or.)
Lane County (Or.)
Livestock--Oregon.
Migrant agricultural laborers--Oregon.
Natural Resources
Oregon 4-H (Program)
Oregon Agricultural College. Extension Service
Oregon Multicultural Archives
Oregon State Agricultural College. Extension Service
Oregon State College. Federal Cooperative Extension Service
Oregon State University. Extension Service
Rural extension--Oregon.
University History
Weister Company
World War, 1939-1945--War work--Oregon--Schools.
Youth--Oregon--Societies and clubs.

Forms of Material

Digital prints.
Film negatives.
Nitrate negatives.
Panoramic photographs.
Photographic prints.
Slides (photographs).


Box and Folder Listing

Series 1: Extension Service Programs and Activities, 1900-2007
Series I consists of photos pertaining to a variety of Extension Service programs and activities, including the Dairy Demonstration Train, 4-H clubs and summer school, and field tours. Images of County Extension offices throughout Oregon; county agents and Extension staff, including those receiving awards; and special events are included. A variety of formats are represented including b/w and color prints, color slides, negatives, and digital prints. Some of the images are individually numbered (P062:001 - P062:052).
Extent: 697 photographs

Box-Folder 1.1
Item P062:001: Group of men and women listening to lecturer in room with displays of agricultural products; includes J.A. Bexell, J.T. Jardine, and A.B. Cordley, circa 1925
Item P062:002: 4-H club winners from Standard School at Polk County Fair, 1914
Item P062:005: Farm Electrification Exhibit showing De Laval Milker and other equipment, circa 1950
Item P062:006: Potato fertilizer test with Netted Gem potatoes, August 1928
Item P062:007: View of one section of Third Annual Marion County Corn Show showing part of the 100-ear lots, circa 1920
Item P062:008: Oregon Dairy Demonstration Train with crowds gathered watching, circa 1930
Item P062:009: Train depot, circa 1935
Item P062:010: Boy feeding and watering cow in a stall, circa 1940
Item P062:011: Cars lined up along a road for Extension Tour? (probably Clatsop Co.) car in front with Guernsey poster, circa 1920
photo by Woodfield, Astoria
Item P062:012: Woman showing girl how to sew up a fowl, circa 1915
Item P062:013: Comparison of beet? yields between fertilized and unfertilized plots, circa 1920
3 images
Item P062:014: Bus load of Multnomah County 4-H delegates arriving at OAC summer school, circa 1927
Item P062:015: 4-H summer school tour cars and bus, 1935
Item P062:016: W.J. Gilmore constructing hog crates, 1928
Item P062:017: Multnomah County 4-H members at OAC summer school, 1922
Item P062:018: 4-H Summer School tour group at waterfall, near Bonneville Dam?, 1934
Item P062:019: 4-H style contest at Multnomah County Fair, 1936
Photo by F.B. Wilcox, Centralia, Washington.
Item P062:020: Douglas County delegates at 4-H summer school, OSC, 1937
Photo by Howell's Studio.
Item P062:021: Douglas County delegates at 4-H summer school, OSC, 1936
Photo by Howell's Studio.
Item P062:022: 4-H members at Achievement Day, Tillamook County, 1934
Item P062:025: 4-H Bee Club members learn how to manipulate bees in Tillamook County, 1935
Item P062:026: Alder Mill developed by Edward Plasker, Tillamook County, 1935
Item P062:027: Window demonstration of campfire cooking by Ockley Green Boys' Home & 4-H Campfire Cooking Club, Portland, 1920
Item P062:028: 4-H Canning Club (Kellog & Creston Schools) demonstration, Portland, 1920
Photo by Columbia Commercial Studio.
Item P062:029: Helicopter blowing moisture off cherry trees after a rain during harvest season, Milton-Freewater area, 1967
Item P062:030: Milton-Freewater Farm Labor Camp, 1967
Item P062:031: Hydraulic irrigation, self-propelled, 1967
Item P062:032: Pig and Ford race, Tillamook County Fair, 1949
Item P062:033: Stage Show, Tillamook County Fair, 1949
Item P062:034: Logging contests at Tillamook County Fair, 1949
Item P062:035: Oregon Wool Growers Association 33rd Annual Convention at The Dalles, January 16-17, 1930
Item P062:036: French Orphans adopted by Farm Bureau Members, Wasco County, 1918
Item P062:037: Boys in front of building for 4-H summer school?, circa 1915
Item P062:038: Group of young women with Helen Cowgill?, circa 1945
Item P062:039: Men around well or construction site, circa 1908
Item P062:040: Group of men and women sitting around plant, circa 1900
Extent: Cyanotype print.

Item P062:041: Cutting hay; back cover Extension Bulletin no. 413, 1929
Item P062:042: Boys and girls posed by Waldo Hall, circa 1910
Item P062:043: Vetch seed harvester, Benton County, 1920
Item P062:044: E.R. Jackman demonstrating a combination bridge, pier and dam during a 1949 conservation tour
Item P062:051: Job Corps at OSU, 1969
Item P062:052: Job Corps at OSU, 1967
Item P062:003 -P062:004: Crowd gathered at train station, circa 1915
For visit by the Demonstration Train (?).
Item P062:023 -P062:024: 4-H Forestry Club working on log cabin, Tillamook County, 1934
Item P062:045 -P062:046: Meeting of OSC officials and a national leader for planning the Leadership Institute for Town and Country Churches to be held at Oregon State College in July, April 1947
Includes Rev. James P. Moberg, Rev. O.L. Jones, Dr. Mark A. Dawber, and OSC faculty members Glenn A. Bakkum, William L. Teutsch, E.W. Warrington, and L.R. Breithaupt; photos by R.G. Fowler, Jr.
Extent: 4x5 camera negatives and contact prints

Item P062:047 -P062:049: Planning committee members for Town and Country Churches Institute held on OSC campus, March 1948
Includes E.W. Warrington, Alcuin Heibel, O.L. Jones, and H.C. Seymour; photos by R.G. Fowler, Jr.
Extent: 4x5 camera negatives and contact prints

Box-Folder 1.2: Commission on the Oregon State University Extension Service, 1975
Depicts a meeting of the Commission at Oregon State University in November 1975. The Commission on the OSU Extension Service was formed in 1975 by the Oregon Legislature and the Oregon State Board of Higher Education to evaluation the Extension Service. Former Secretary of State Howell Appling, Jr. was appointed chair. Commission members included Jean Evans, Jim Hildreth, Don Jackson, Jack Robins, and Fred Sohn.
Extent: 59 negatives (35 mm frames), 14 prints, and 3 contact sheets

Box-Folder 8.1: County Extension Offices, 1975-1979
Exterior and interior views; offices, reception areas, meeting rooms, demonstration facilities and workrooms, and storage; some staff are shown. Includes images of offices in the following counties: Baker, Columbia, Crook, Douglas, Gilliam, Grant, Harney, Jefferson, Lake, Lane, Lincoln, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, Sherman, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, Wasco, Washington, and Yamhill.
Extent: 266 color slides

Box-Folder 8.2: County Extension Offices, circa 1980s
Exterior and interior views (3-5 per county) of County Extension Service offices; includes images of signs. Some County Extension staff are depicted. Most of the images are color prints; some b/w prints are also included. The following county offices are depicted: Baker, Benton, Clackamas, Clatsop, Columbia, Coos, Curry, Deschutes (Redmond and Bend), Douglas, Gilliam, Grant, Harney, Hood River, Jackson, Jefferson, Jefferson - Warm Springs Indian Reservation, Josephine, Klamath, Lake, Lane, Lincoln, Linn, Malheur, Marion, Morrow, Multnomah, Polk, Sherman, Tillamook, Umatilla, Umatilla - Hermiston, Umatilla - Milton-Freewater, Union, Wallowa, Wasco, Washington, Wheelter, and Yamhill.
Extent: 115 prints

Box-Folder 8.3: Marketing Photographs, circa 1980s
Images of County Extension offices; primarily exteriors and signs.
Extent: 13 prints

Box-Folder 8.4: The Life and Times of a County Agent slide presentation, circa 1980
The slide presentation includes color slides of images from the 1920s through the 1970s; many of the slides are labeled with identifications. The images depict events such as field days and annual conferences; agents conducting their work and consulting with farmers; and 4-H activities The following individuals are identified in the images: Doc Allen, Nels Anderson, Leeds Bailey, Frank Ballard, Jay Bender, Jim Bishop, Scott Clevenger, Joe Cox, Murray Dawson, Arnold Ebert, Bill Ferrell, Lee Foster, John Frizzell, John Grimes, Louie Gross, Paige Hall, Curley Heuser, Hugh Hickerson, Bill Isom, John Hansen, Dale Hoecker, Gordon Hood, George Jenkins, John Inskeep, E.R. Jackman, Vic Johnson, Glenn Klein, Bob Knox, John Landers, Andy Landforce, Harry Lindgren, Ron McCallister, Ray McNeilan, Oscar Mikesell, Cal Monroe, E.M. "Red" Nelson, Ben Newell, Ray Novotny, Hollis Ottawan, J.R. Parker, Bill Perry, Charles Ross, Jane Foster Schroeder, Ed Shannon, Charles Smith, Cliff Smith, Howard Smith, Fremont Sprouls, Bob Sterling, Nort Taylor, Jack Thienes, Tom Thompson, Rex Warren, Bob Williams.
Extent: 119 color slides

Box-Folder 8.5: Staff award recipients, 1987-1991
Images depict recipients of Experienced and New Staff Awards in 1987 and 1991 and the 1991 Para-Professional Award: David Adams, John Baggott, John Burt, Judith Burridge, Glenis Chapin, Gale Gingrich, Janice Gregg, Ronald Hathaway, Jim Hermes, Teresa Hogue, Janice Leno, Nellie Oehler, Jeffery Olson, Michelle Robinson, Clark Seavert, Bernadine Strik, and John Williams. An image of Alberta Johnston, Deputy Director, with Director O. Ernie Smith at the 1989 annual conference is included. Two images of presentations of the 1991 Alberta B. Johnston Awards for Extension Leadership (to Roger Fletcher) and for Excellence in Extension Education to Lynn Cannon are included; these images include Johnston and Director O.E. Smith.
Extent: 7 prints

Box-Folder 8.6: Orville Redenbacher visit to OSU, circa 1993
Extent: 18 color prints

Box-Folder 8.7: Oregon State University Presidents MacVicar, Byrne, Risser, and Young, circa 1997
Current (Paul G. Risser) and former Oregon State University presidents: Robert W. MacVicar (1970-1984), John V. Byrne (1984-1995), Risser (1996-2002), and Roy Young (Acting 1969-1970).
Extent: 1 color print

Box-Folder 8.8: Marching Band at Parker Stadium, undated
Marching band in "Beavers" formation on field at Parker Stadium during football game.
Extent: 1 color print

Box-Folder 9.1: Outreach and Engagement Conference award recipients, 2007
Depict 2007 award recipients: Mary Arnold, Sally Bowman, Debbie Burroughs, Pati Craven, Peggy Harris, John Hart, Kelvin Koong, Mike Knutz, Lillian Larwood, Anne Manlove, Elena Pena, Donita Roseboro, Claire Sponseller, Tammy Skubinna, Tim, DeBoodt, and Pam Wiederholt. Award presenters: Rick Fletcher, Peggy Hoecker, Deb Maddy, and Jim Reeb
Extent: 16 digital prints

Series 2: Photographs from Clatsop and Klamath County Annual Reports, 1923-1955
Series II consists of photographs from Extension Service annual reports of Clatsop and Klamath Counties (numbered photos P062:052 - P062:697). The photographs were removed from the original paper copies of the annual reports for 1923-1944 (Clatsop County) and 1926-1955 (Klamath County). The photographs are arranged by county, thereunder by year, and then by page number of the annual report; they are not housed in numerical order by the assigned item number. The images document county level extension activities, including fertilizer and variety field trials, farm equipment trials, harvesting techniques, field tours, weed control, irrigation, and 4-H. Photographs of the J. J. Astor and Klamath Branch Experiment Stations are also included.
Extent: 650 prints

Sub-Series 1: Clatsop County, 1923
Box-Folder 1.3
Item P062:603: Joe Roman, cashier of the Bank of Commerce, meeting Arnold Hiekkinen, Brownsmead Calf Club
p. 7
Item P062:604: Knappa Bee club meeting with Herman Ahlers, Club leader
p. 7
Item P062:595: Harold Bjorg - Knappa Hill; land with lime and inoculation used
p. 15a, top
Item P062:601: Mark Johnson - Lewis & Clark; 1st year crop hill land, lime and inoculation used
p. 15a, bottom left
Item P062:602: Fred Hurlbutt - Clatsop Plains; inoculation used
p. 15a, bottom right
Item P062:594: Harold Bjorg - Knappa Hill; potato field planted with half stem end seed pieces and half blossom end seed pieces
p. 15b, top
Item P062:593: A.H. Fiesellman - Clatsop Plains; potato field with half superphosphate and half no superphosphate
p. 15b, bottom
Item P062:600: Beginning of the end (tree stump); Vesper demonstration burner in place
p. 15c, top
Item P062:598: Second phase of end of stump; Vesper demonstration burner
p. 15c, bottom
Item P062:596: End of a "monster" Vesper demonstration; men standing on outer rim of stump
p. 15d, top
Item P062:597: Henningsen & son in alfalfa demonstration field in Sept. after two crops had been cut
p. 15d, bottom
Item P062:599: Results of Netel Millinery School
p. 25a, top
Item P062:629: County Clothing Committee, 1923
p. 25a, bottom
Item P062:632: Community Leaders Dress Form Training School Committee has helped 229 women make dress forms
p. 25b, top
Item P062:633: Millinery School, Netel Community
p. 25b, bottom
Item P062:630: Community Leaders Dress Form Training School Committee has helped 229 women make dress forms
p. 25c, top
Item P062:631: Millinery School, Netel Community
p. 25c, bottom
Sub-Series 2: Clatsop County, 1924
Box-Folder 1.3
Item P062:072: Second crop (alfalfa?), June 29
Item P062:073: Alfalfa demonstration road sign
Item P062:074: Lime and clover demonstration road sign, Pearl Cole Farm, Lewis and Clark area
Item P062:075: Spring sown-fall sown vetch, V.H. Hardwood, Lewis and Clark area
Item P062:076: Vetch, Fred Britz, Walluski
Item P062:077: Vetch, V.H. Harwood; 1/4 acre yields green feed for 14 cows for 20 days
Item P062:608: Bagley Bros. - Knappa; vetch and oats demonstration with lime, manure, and inoculated soil used
Item P062:583: Baglet Bros. - Knappa; spring sown oats and fall sown oats and vetch
Item P062:584: Japanese barnyard millet plots planted and cut at different times
Item P062:585: Field Day, J.J. Astor Branch Experiment Station
Sub-Series 3: Clatsop County, 1925
Box-Folder 1.3
Item P062:150: V. H. Harwood; upland vetch and oats
Item P062:592: Boy's and Girl's Club project; stock judging demonstration
p. 7
Item P062:587: Alseke clover - lime; Pearl Cole
p. 15, top
Item P062:586: James Elliott - Knappa; demonstration of vetch and oats
p. 15
Item P062:589: Lewis & Clark, lime and culture inoculation used for first year crop on hill land
p. 17, top
Item 8: Trial of cyanide gas for mole control on Clatsop Plains
Item P062:590: Field Day at J.J. Astor Branch Experiment Station
p. 22, bottom
Item P062:588,P62:607: James Elliott - Knappa; Japanese barnyard millett
p. 16, top & bottom
Item P062:605 -P062:606: M.J. Johnson; lime and culture inoculation used for first year crop
p. 17, bottom
Item P062:591: John Lahti poultry plant; Poultry farm cooperator - Svensen brooder house arranged with alternate system
p. 25
Sub-Series 4: Clatsop County, 1926
Box-Folder 1.3
Item P062:639: Dairy float built for parade, Astoria Founders Celebration
Item P062:640: Mangel and carrot variety trial , Emil Eilers, Brownsmead
Item P062:641: Mangel variety trial, J.W. Barndse, Brownsmead
Item P062:642: Vetch and oats, M. J. Johnson upland
Item P062:643: Japanese barnyard millet hurry sale, Youngs River
Sub-Series 5: Clatsop County, 1927
Box-Folder 1.3
Item P062:546: Ebsen Brothers - Lewis & Clark; manure pit
p. 11
Item P062:547: Pat Boyle - Walluski; start of manure pit
p. 11
Item P062:544: Community stock shipments
p. 28
Item P062:545: "Old But Not Forgotten," old dairy cow
p. 28
Item P062:523: Pyrotol ditching, "the shot"
p. 28
Item P062:524: Pyrotol ditching; result of second shot
p. 28
Item P062:616: Pyrotol ditching "before shot"
p. 28
Item P062:615: Pyrotol ditching "after shot"
p. 28
Item P062:617: Pyrotol ditching demonstration, Hess Farm, Youngs River
p. 28
Item P062:619: Pyrotol ditching demonstration, Anderson Bros., Brownsmead; before shot
p. 28
Item P062:618: Pyrotol ditching demonstration, Anderson Bros., Brownsmead; after shot
p. 28
Item P062:621: Pyrotol ditching demonstration, K. F. Johnson Farm, Youngs River; before shot
p. 28
Item P062:620: Pyrotol ditching demonstration, K.F. Johnson Farm, Youngs River; after shot
p. 28
Item P062:525: Vesper Pig Club stock judging team at Salem on judging tour
p. 43
Item P062:693: Exhibit of Boys and Girls Club Work at Oregon State Fair, 1927
Photo by Columbia Commercial Studio; p. 48
Item P062:692: Exhibit of Boys and Girls Club prize winners at Clatsop County and Oregon State Fairs; Astoria store window?
p. 50
Item P062:636 -P062:637: Boys and Girls Club exhibits at county fair, 1927
p. 46
Item P062:634 -P062:635: Boys and Girls Club exhibits at county fair, 1927
p. 47
Sub-Series 6: Clatsop County, 1928
Box-Folder 1.4
Item P062:530: Farm hydroelectric and irrigation system ditch
p. 28
Item P062:531: Farm hydroelectric and irrigation system dam
p. 28
Item P062:529: Lower end of ditch and flume of farm hydroelectric and irrigation system
p. 29
Item P062:532: Turbine and governor at the end of the flume, hydroelectric and irrigation system at Lee Wooden Farm
p. 29
Sub-Series 7: Clatsop County, 1929
Box-Folder 1.4
Item P062:526: Manure pit, Herman Heikkila, Netel
p. 11
Item P062:527: Manure pit, Charles Johnson, Brownsmead
p. 11
Item P062:528: Vetch and oats. K.F. Johnson, Youngs River
p. 16
Item P062:294: Telephone peas, John Pedersen, Brownsmead
p. 16
Item P062:292: Gopher poisoning field meeting, Percy Allen Farm, Elsie
p. 19, top
Item P062:293: Root Field Day, J.J. Astor Branch Experiment Station
p. 19, bottom
Sub-Series 8: Clatsop County, 1930
Box-Folder 1.4
Item P062:522: Field Day at Astor Branch Experiment Station
p. 8, top
Item P062:123: Bulb planting Fieselman farm
p. 8
Item P062:299: Dairy demonstration train at Seaside depot, June 9, 1930
p. 17, top
Item P062:300: Dairy demonstration train at Astoria depot
p. 17, bottom
Item P062:204: Temporary bridge built to lay pipe across Blind Slough, Brownsmead Water Project
p. 28a
Item P062:206: Surveying crew, Brownsmead Water Project
p. 28a
Item P062:298: George Emken and Peter Barendse of the Brownsmead Water District standing in completed reservoir
p. 30, top
Item P062:205: Pipe crew, Knappa Water Project
p. 30, bottom
Item P062:296: Dam at intake of Knappa water system
p. 34, top
Item P062:297: Mill Creek with dam of intake of Knappa water system showing pipe lines
p. 34, bottom
Item P062:295, P062:207: Scenes of pipe crew laying Knappa Water Project pipe lines
p. 36
Sub-Series 9: Clatsop County, 1931
Box-Folder 1.4
Item P062:533: Root field day at Astor Branch Experiment Station, Oct. 20, 1931
p. 6
Item P062:534: Alfalfa growing on the Fred Hurlbutt Farm
p. 7
Item P062:535: Irrigation project on the Fred Hurlbutt Farm
p. 7, top
Item P062:536: Planting bulbs with a tractor, A.H. Fieselman Farm
p. 9
Item P062:537: Cranberries ready for the store house
p. 10, bottom
Item P062:538: Picking cranberries on Columbia Cranberry Co. bogs
p. 10
Item P062:539: Scrub cows enroute to stock yards
p. 12
Item P062:540: Club delegation from Pacific International at Seaside, Oct. 29, 1931
p. 16, bottom
Item P062:541: Club delegation from Pacific International at Astoria Column, Oct. 29, 1931
p. 16, top
Item P062:542: Stock judging practice at college
p. 17, top
Item P062:543: Club delegation from Pacific International at the Delmoor Cranberry Bogs
p. 18
Sub-Series 10: Clatsop County, 1932
Box-Folder 1.4
Item P062:574: Astor Branch Experiment Station field day, August 13, 1932
p. 27, top
Item P062:573: John Abbott, bean planting, Knappa
p. 27, bottom
Item P062:575: Part of Wm. Holt's Pea planting, Lewis and Clark
p. 31, top
Item P062:610: Howard Johnson picking peas, Seaside, August 1932
p. 29, bottom
Item P062:577: Late pea planting on William Larson farm, Lewis and Clark
p. 31, top
Item P062:576: Tour of pea plantings, Bob Larson Farm
p. 31, bottom
Item P062:578: Demonstration meeting of lettuce growers, Paul West Farm, Seaside; with C.E. Davenport agricultural agent, Great Northern Railway Co.
p. 33, top
Item P062:623: Howard Johnson showing some of his lettuce
p. 33, bottom
Item P062:622: Radish planting, Weathers Farm, Seaside
p. 35, bottom
Item P062:565: Cranberry harvesting at Delmoor cranberry bogs, Clatsop Plains
p. 39, top
Item P062:364: Cranberry harvesting at Delmoor cranberry bogs, Clatsop Plains
p. 39, bottom
Item P062:551: Bulb growers' tour, March 1932
p. 41
Item P062:579: Club delegation from the Pacific International enjoying the Pacific Ocean
p. 49, bottom
Item P062:550: Annual Club picnic at the Astor Branch Experiment Station, August 13, 1932
p. 51, top
Item P062:580: Stock judging practice at Club picnic
p. 51 bottom
Item P062:581: Alan Johnson in his 4-H garden
p. 53, top
Item P062:609: Dan Fritz Welch with their Club poultry
p. 53, bottom
Item P062:549: Calf Club members competing in showmanship contest at 4-H fair, Sept. 2-4
p. 55, top
Item P062:582: Howard, Tom and Calvin McAlister, members of Walluski Calf Club, with their Guernsey calves
p. 55
Sub-Series 11: Clatsop County, 1933
Box-Folder 1.4
Item P062:353: Oats and vetch for green feed, M.J. Johnson Farm
p. 24
Item P062:354: Oats and vetch for hay, S. Findal Farm, Svensen
p. 24, bottom
Item P062:351: J.D. Griffin's bulb field, Clatsop Plains
p. 28, top
Item P062:352: Millett for green feed, K.F. Johnson Farm
p. 28, bottom
Item P062:349: Pruning demonstration at Oscar Sigfridson Farm, Olney
p. 29, top
Item P062:350: Home garden farm of S. Findal, Svensen
p. 29, bottom
Item P062:348: Showmanship contest, 4-H Club fair
p. 42
Item P062:355 -P062:356: Showing pasture irrigation at Astor Branch Experiment Station
p. 17
Item P062:346 -P062:347: 4-H Club picnic Astor Branch Experiment Station
p. 42
Item P062:344 -P062:345: Pomona Grange Barbecue Picnic
p. 54
Sub-Series 12: Clatsop County, 1934
Box-Folder 1.4
Item P062:697: 4-H Club exhibit, August 29
p. 14
Item P062:342 -P062:343: Two views of liquid manure spreader, William Holtz Farm
p. 2a
Sub-Series 13: Clatsop County, 1935
Box-Folder 1.5
Item P062:340: Upper portion of pit overlooking bottom land at Peter Henningsen's liquid manure pits
p. 14, top
Item P062:341: Drawing the liquid manure from the pit into tank wagon by gravity
p. 14, bottom
Item P062:339: Bent grass field being inspected for certification
p. 17
Item P062:338: Spraying peas on experiment plots with high pressure equipment, Astor Branch Experiment Station
p. 21
Item P062:337: John Jensen and Mrs. Schwegler in John's garden, which placed first at 4-H fair
p. 35
Item P062:336: Bob Reed's young herd of Guernseys which were shown at County and State Fairs
p. 37
Item P062:335: 4-H Club picnic Aug. 11 at Astor Branch Experiment Station; B. F. Irvine, standing left-center, speaking
p. 42
Sub-Series 14: Clatsop County, 1936
Box-Folder 1.5
Item P062:625: A trial in burning oyster shells as a lime source
p. 13, top
Item P062:624: Shells piled and ready to burn
p. 13, bottom
Item P062:334: Recommended root storage system, Astor Branch Experiment Station
p. 15
Item P062:332: Bob Poole and Rock Hill strawberry planting
p. 19
Item P062:333: Cannery beans at Knappa on farm of John Abbott
p. 19, bottom
Item P062:331: Blackberry thicket sprayed on farm of Albert Johnson
p. 21
Item P062:329: Blackberry thicket before spraying with chlorate, O. A. Grimstead Farm
p. 23, top
Item P062:330: Blackberry thicket two weeks after spraying, Grimstead Farm
p. 23, bottom
Sub-Series 15: Clatsop County, 1937
Box-Folder 1.5
Item P062:366: Patch of Canada Thistle treated with chlorate by county agent, Mrs. Wood's place, Youngs River
p. 12
Item P062:365: Broccoli harvested in early spring on Leon Spada place, Warrenton
p. 15
Item P062:363: Modern poultry farm of C. McConnell; note fertilizer drying plant
p. 19
Item P062:362: Sheep on bent grass meadow after seed harvested, Engbretson Bros.
p. 25
Item P062:360: Sheep shipped in to pasture on tide land meadows and to clean up harvested grass fields, Engbretson
p. 27
Item P062:361: Lambs being finished with rape pasture on tideland, Engbretson Bros.
p. 27
Item P062:628: Lewis and Clark Dairy Club advertising a club dance to raise funds for the club
p. 48, top
Item P062:359: Purebred yearling heifer won by Richard Sorenson 1936 Club Fair, 1936
p. 48, bottom
Item P062:695: Dairy Showmanship Contest at the County Fair, 1937
p. 49
Sub-Series 16: Clatsop County, 1938
Box-Folder 1.5
Item P062:386: Pasture fertilizer trial
p. 22
Item P062:385: Green manure crop on light sandy soil
p. 24
Item P062:384: Irrigating clover and grass pasture
p. 26
Item P062:383: Portable pump outfit used on Kamm Estate Farm
p. 27
Item P062:381: Gordon Donley, Soil Conservation Service, examining ladino clover plot in forage nursery established in spring, 1937
p. 33, top
Item P062:382: Field meeting at forage nursery
p. 33, bottom
Item P062:379: One of the first pastures in the county where meadow foxtail was included in mixture; Arthur Peterson Farm, Warrenton
p. 36, top
Item P062:380: Mr. Wendland observing pasture containing meadow foxtail, Peterson Farm
p. 36, bottom
Item P062:378: Part of forage nursery on Harold See Farm
p. 39
Item P062:124: Oscar Ehn, U.S. Biological Survey hunter, and his catch of coyotes from one line
p. 47
Item P062:376: The Knappa Cooking Club which served luncheon for parents, community leaders and officers of the County Leaders Assn.
p. 66, top
Item P062:377: Part of the group served lunch by Knappa Cooking Club
p. 66, bottom
Sub-Series 17: Clatsop County, 1939
Box-Folder 1.5
Item P062:374: Grass nursery on Clatsop Plains
p. 35, top
Item P062:375: Trials with liquid manure on P. Henningsen Farm
p. 35, bottom
Item P062:372: Trial on A. Hess Farm using pickup combine on bent grass see
p. 36, top
Item P062:373: K.F. and Arthur Johnson making clover and grass silage
p. 36, bottom
Item P062:694: Hay crops of clover and grasses on farm of K.F. and Arthur Johnson; silage crop
p. 37
Item P062:370: Special- built pea duster operation on Reith Farm for controlling pea aphids
p. 41, top
Item P062:371: Duster stopped for dust refill
p. 41, bottom
Item P062:369: Field trials of pea dusting for control of aphids, cooperating with Experiment Station
p. 42
Item P062:368: Sheep being used to clean up grass fields after seed is harvested
p. 53
Item P062:367: Robert Reed an some of his purebread Guernseys; his herd was built up through 4-H Club projects
p. 71
Item P062:696: Showmanship Contest, 4-H Fair, 1939
p. 72
Sub-Series 18: Clatsop County, 1940
Box-Folder 1.5
Item P062:566: Sixty acres of wet land drained by ditch at base of hill, J. O. Convill Farm, Warrenton
p. 11, top
Item P062:612: 3600 ft. ditch constructed by I.O. Convill to drain 60 acres of tide land
p. 11
Item P062:555: Solid portion of manure well stacked on top of liquid tank with drainage into tank, A. Filliger Farm
p. 15
Item P062:554: Liquid manure being applied to pasture, A. Filliger Farm, Lewis & Clark
p. 15, bottom
Item P062:556: Fertilizer trials on bent grass seed showing division of plots at harvest time, F. H. Mudd Farm, Lewis & Clark
p. 17
Item P062:558: Fern land nursery, Sager Bros. cooperating
p. 32, top
Item P062:557: Brush and weeds on cut overland where creeping fescue seeded early April 1940
p. 32, bottom
Item P062:559: County Jersey Club visits Tillamook herds; also view irrigation and liquid manure tanks
p. 47, top
Item P062:560: Irrigation and liquid manure tanks in Tillamook
p. 47, bottom
Item P062:565: County Jersey Club tour viewing herd of H. O. McEntire
p. 48
Item P062:561: Purchasers and prospective buyers: (l-r) G. L. Parman, C. B. Henderson, Fred Stinchfield, Simon Barker, Harold Stinchfield, Wood, and C. K. Barker
p. 50, top
Item P062:562: Lloyd Parman Jr., Milton Mercer, Giles Parman, Wilfred Parman, Roy Ward and Cass Simpson in Northrup Creek area, June 15, 1940
p. 50, bottom
Item P062:572: Second year seeding on cut-over land, early April 1940
p. 51, top
Item P062:611: Moss, ferns, and blackberry on cut-over land seeded with red creeping fescue, April 1940
p. 51, bottom
Item P062:564a: Party accompanied by Extension Agent on flight of cut-over land of county, Nov. 19, 1940
p. 52, top
Item P062:563: Sheep from eastern Washington trailing in to utilize grass seeded on cut over land
p. 52, bottom
Sub-Series 19: Clatsop County, 1941
Box-Folder 1.5
Item P062:627: Lotus Major growing wild at Roseburg, Wash.; attempt made to harvest seed
p. 23
Item P062:564b: Clatsop farmers meet at Astor Branch Experiment Station to study crops and pasture
p. 29
Item P062:122: 4-H boys visit fern land nursery
p. 29, bottom
Item P062:128: Barn being built on new range setup, Sunset Ranch
p. 44, top
Item P062:129: Prof. E.L. Potter speaking at the annual Northrup Creek Field Day
p. 44, bottom
Item P062:126: Ranchers are getting longwool breeds as foundation; Parman & Sons, Birkenfield
p. 45
Item P062:127: Pasture seeded in 1938 on cut over land viewed by Mr. Stichfield, who bought 2200 acres
p. 45, bottom
Item P062:125: Bulldozer was used to make fence trail cedar posts near line
p. 46
Sub-Series 20: Clatsop County, 1942
Box-Folder 1.5
Item P062:358: View of a Victory Garden
p. 15
Item P062:548: Girls of Warrenton School harvesting cranberries
p. 28
Item P062:357: Boys of Warrenton School harvesting cranberries
p. 28, bottom
Item P062:552: Starting of the Lewis & Clark scrap pile; William Larson Jr. brings in first load
p. 36
Sub-Series 21: Clatsop County, 1944
Box-Folder 1.5
Item P062:568: Mrs. E. McConkey and her Lewis and Clark Garden Club on tour
p. 21, top
Item P062:567: Maurice Olson in his 4-H vegetable garden
p. 21, bottom
Item P062:613: Guernsey showmanship contest at Country 4-H Club fair, 1944
p. 25
Item P062:614: Jersey showmanship contest at Country 4-H Club fair, 1944
p. 25
Item P062:571: John Reith, Lewis & Clark, and his grand champion steer
p. 26
Item P062:553: Beef showmanship contest at 4-H club fair
p. 27
Item P062:569 -P062:570: Vern Russel and his vegetable garden
p. 22
Sub-Series 22: Klamath County, 1926
Box-Folder 1.6
Item P062:645: Field of netted gem potatoes, C. A. Hill Farm, Aug. 29, 1926
p. 7a
Item P062:644: Field of netted gem potatoes, Jesse Johnson Farm, Mt. Laki, Aug. 29, 1926
p. 7a
Item P062:646: Mixture of sweet clover, timothy and Zawadke's alkali grass
p. 7b
Item P062:149: Field of Zawadke's alkali grass, J.A. Bushong Farm, Plevna
p. 7b
Item P062:647: Method of transportation and part of exhibit established at the junction of the Green Springs Hwy.; exhibit maintained by Co. Agent's office and Klamath Co. Chamber of Commerce
p. 8a
Item P062:148: Apply fertilizer, 2.5-10.6-10.0, S.P. Dehlinger Farm, Mt. Laki
p. 8a
Item P062:147: Seven acre corn irrigation demonstration field, Herman Helliksen Farm, Langell Valley, July 7, 1926
p. 8b
Item P062:649: Demonstration field of Markton oats, M.T. Princes Farm, M.T. Princes Farm, Lorella
p. 17a
Item P062:648: Grain trucks unloading at Martin Bros. Mill, Klamath Falls, Aug. 29, 1926
p. 17a
Item P062:650: Field of Burbank wheat on sub-irrigated lands of Tule Lake, June 17, 1926
p. 17b
Item P062:651: Thrashing Burbank wheat, Cox Brothers lease, Tule Lake, Aug. 29, 1926
p. 17b
Item P062:146: Variety trial of corn, Herman Helleksen Farm, Langell Valley, Aug. 25, 1926
p. 18a
Item P062:652: Gehu Yellow Flint and Minnesota 13 corn demonstration, Fred Peterson Farm, Summers district
p. 18a
Item P062:145: Corn demonstration, Fred Peterson Farm, Summers district
p. 18b
Item P062:653: A particularly good field of yellow sweet clover in the Plevna district
p. 18b
Item P062:144: White biennial sweet clover, F.J. Browne Farm, Bonanza, Aug. 25, 1926
p. 19a
Item P062:654: New seeding of yellow sweet clover
p. 19a
Item P062:143: Cutting alsike clover and brome grass, Frank McCornack Farm, Wocus
p. 19b
Item P062:655: Zawadke alkali grass, J.A. Bushong Farm, Plevna, June 29, 1926
p. 19b
Item P062:141: Red clover field, Haley Bros., Spring Lake district
p. 20a
Item P062:142: Zawadke alkali grass in the shock, J.A. Bushong Farm, Plevna
p. 20a
Item P062:656: Zawadke's alkali grass stubble provided considerable pasture on the J. A. Bushong Farm, Plevna
p. 20b
Item P062:140: Early spring pasture, Zawadke alkali grass, J. A. Bushong Farm, Plevna
p. 20b
Item P062:138: Applying sulphur to control powdery mildew, C.A. Hill farm, Mt. Laki
p. 21a
Item P062:139: Dipping potatoes in hot formaldehyde solution at Jim Dixon's farm
p. 21a
Item P062:136: Field of potatoes, C.A. Hill Farm, Mt. Laki, Aug. 25, 1926
p. 21b
Item P062:137: Harvested potatoes, Percy Dixon Farm, Pine Grove, Oct. 15, 1926
p. 21b
Item P062:134: Bliss Triumph potatoes, Ira Orem's farm, Henley district
p. 23a
Item P062:135: Sort potatoes in the field, Clyde Griffth Farm, Pine Grove
p. 23a
Item P062:132: Pitting potatoes on J.L. Rightmier Farm, Spring Lake district
p. 23b
Item P062:133: S. P. Dehlinger, Mt. Laki, and Netted Gem potatoes which won 1st prize at Oregon State Fair
p. 23b
Item P062:657: Potatoes ready for shipment; all #1 potatoes put in bags marked Klamath potatoes
p. 25a
Item P062:658: Potato pit open for early fall shipment
p. 25a
Item P062:659: Grading potatoes on the Ed Russel Farm, Spring Lake, Nov. 1926
p. 25b
Item P062:661: Gold medal jersey secured from the Noah Black herd
p. 29a
Item P062:660: Holstein cattle on yellow sweet clover pasture
p. 29a
Item P062:662: Training Boy's Club livestock judging team, Merrill district, Sept. 1, 1926
p. 29b
Item P062:131: Poisoned oats were distributed to county stores during spring rodent campaign
p. 40a
Item P062:130: Poisoning ground squirrels in an active operation each spring
p. 40b
Item P062:664: Side view of grasshopper burner used on Tule Lake
p. 46a
Item P062:663: Rear view of grasshopper burner used on Tule Lake
p. 46a
Item P062:666: Grasshopper burner in operation, Tule Lake
p. 46b
Item P062:665: Field of sprouted wheat heavily infested with grasshoppers, burned over, May 25
p. 46b
Sub-Series 23: Klamath County, 1929
Box-Folder 1.6
Item P062:667: Potato fertilizer trial, Henry Semon Farm, Henly
p. 17a
Item P062:668: Fertilizer demonstration on onions, D.A. McComb Farm, Hager
p. 17b
Item P062:669: Grain variety trial, French Johnson homestead, west side of Tule Lake
p. 28a
Item P062:670: Grain variety trial, Lewis Kandra lease, Tule Lake
p. 28a
Item P062:671: Field of Kanota oats, Cox Bros. lease
p. 28b
Item P062:672: Oat variety trial, F. Markwardt (county poor farm), Summers district
p. 28b
Item P062:678: Combing red clover, Henry Semon Farm, Henly district
p. 29a
Item P062:673: Wheat variety trial, F. Markwardt (county poor farm), Summers district
p. 31a
Item P062:674: Rod rows were harvested from all grain demonstrations, sacked and shipped to the Oregon Experiment Station for threshing
p. 31a
Item P062:675: Hannchen barley, Cox Bros. lease, west side of Tule Lake
Item P062:676: Burbank wheat, Cox Bros. lease, west side of Tule Lake
p. 31b
Item P062:677: Combining red clover, Ira Orem's farm, Henly
p. 39a
Item P062:681: Trial field of Austrian field peas and oats, French Johnson homestead, west side of Tule Lake
p. 41a
Item P062:682: Alfalfa hay, W.E. Hammond homestead, north side of Tule Lake
p. 41a
Item P062:683: Modern machinery used in harvesting potatoes
p. 53a
Item P062:684: Harvesting potatoes, Burton Bros. Ranch, Olene
p. 53a
Item P062:685: Cellar constructed at Malone by J.H. Grafton; farm and shipping point storage is of prime importance in properly handling the Klamath potato crop
p. 53b
Item P062:686: Potato cellar constructed in 1929 by D.W. Ferguson Co., Malone; cellars of this type are built at loading stations
p. 53b
Item P062:687: Onion? sacks
p. 63a
Item P062:688: Harvesting onions, U.E. Reeder farm, Pine Grove
p. 63a
Item P062:689: Harvesting onions, R.G. Gentry farm, Summers district
p. 63b
Item P062:690: Grasshopper poison mixing station, Rimrock camp, Tule Lake
p. 73a
Item P062:691: Herd of dairy cows, Davis Ranch, east side of Tule Lake
p. 73b
Item P062:679 -P062:680: Alsike clover for seed in the shock, Arthur Macken homestead, east side of Tule Lake
p. 39b
Sub-Series 24: Klamath County, 1934
Box-Folder 1.6
Item P062:290: Young turkey poults nearly ready for the range; brooder houses erected in 1934 in background
p. 16a, top
Item P062:291: Young poults and brooder houses; poults were moved to grasshopper infested ranges at the age of 7-8 weeks
p. 16a, bottom
Item P062:288: Former marsh area now producing heavy crops of grain, pasture, and small seeds; typical of marsh land reclamation in the Klamath district
p. 19a, top
Item P062:289: Reclaimed marsh land planted to creeping vent in the Wocus district north of Klamath Falls
p. 19a, bottom
Item P062:286: One of 51 demonstrations of canning peas planted in 1934
p. 25a
Item P062:287: Harvesting Hannehen barley in Klamath district
p. 25a
Item P062:285: Loading potatoes in Klamath Basin
p. 30a
Item P062:283: Headquarters and roosts of a unit of 5,000 turkeys used in ranging over grasshopper infested lands
p. 44a
Item P062:284: Turkeys ranging for grasshoppers adjacent to fields cropped to high producing seed crops
p. 44a
Item P062:281: Typical poisoning outfit used in Upper Klamath Marsh district
p. 48a
Item P062:282: Preparing turkey roosts and camp on the range before arrival of turkey poults
p. 48a
Item P062:120: Typical grasshopper poisoning mixing station; one of 15 stations established and used throughout the poisoning campaign
p. 51a
Item P062:121: Type of range country poisoned, season of 1934
p. 51a
Item P062:279: Turkeys taking noon day rest after their morning grasshopper feed
p. 63a
Item P062:280: Feeding lambs on winter feed lots in the Klamath Basin
p. 63a
Item P062:277: Two carloads of high quality purebred Hereford bulls purchased by local stockmen for herd improvement
p. 64a
Item P062:278: One of several pure bred bulls secured for local dairymen; owned by Joe Wright, Klamath Falls
p. 64a
Item P062:275: Flock of turkeys being watered
p. 67a
Item P062:276: Ready for Thanksgiving; 26,000 turkey ranged on grasshopper infested areas, later fed out on stubble fields and on home farms in preparation for the holidays
p. 67a
Item P062:274: Checking hogs on hand, A.A.A. corn-hog control
p. 75a
Sub-Series 25: Klamath County, 1935
Box-Folder 1.7
Item P062:272: Cutting and windrowing creeping bent grass, Klamath Seed Co., Aug. 24, 1935
p. 21a
Item P062:273: Creeping bent grass being moved to threshing machine by use of tractor driven buck reins
p. 21a
Item P062:270: Geary Bros. Ranch, Alsike clover unfertilized and fertilized, June 20, 1935
p. 24a
Item P062:271: Fertilized versus unfertilized (potatoes?), Henry Semon Farm, Henley
p. 24a
Item P062:269: Fertilizer trials on Alsike clover, Geary Bros. Ranch, June 20,1935
p. 25a
Item P062:267: Fertilizer versus no fertilizer (potatoes?), O.A. Schultz Farm
p. 39a
Item P062:268: Fertilizer versus no fertilizer (potatoes?), O. A. Schultz Farm, Tule Lake, Aug. 14
p. 39a
Item P062:263: Potatoes fertilized with 5-10-10 and sub-irrigated, J. R. Barr Farm
p. 39c
Item P062:264: Field of Netted Gem potatoes, Steele and Son farm, F. Johnson homestead
p. 39c
Item P062:261: Harvesting of certified Netted Gem potatoes, S. F. Dehlinger Farm, Henley
p. 39d
Item P062:262: Certified potato seed produced by 4-H club member Clyde Dehlinger
p. 39d
Item P062:259: Harvested fertilized vs. unfertilized potatoes
p. 39e
Item P062:260: Sacked fertilized potatoes, Earl McVey Farm, Merrill
p. 39e
Item P062:258: Heavy nitrogen fertilizer on Alsike clover for see, June 20, 1935
p. 39f, top
Item P062:257: Adjacent check plot with no fertilizer
p. 39f, bottom
Item P062:255: Threshing Alsike clover, Rey Loosley Ranch, Ft. Klamath, Sept. 26, 1935
p. 40a
Item P062:256: Farm tour -- observing crested wheat grass on K. S. Hartaler Farm, June 21, 1935
p. 40a
Item P062:253: New seeding of Ladek- alfalfa on dry land, S. M. Hartaler Farm, June 21, 1935
p. 42a
Item P062:254: Ladek alfalfa on dry land, Hildebrand, field tour, June 21, 1935
p. 42a
Item P062:251: Alsike clover for seed in the shock, Geary Bros. Ranch, Klamath Falls, Aug. 24
p. 43a
Item P062:252: Threshing Alsike clover for seed, Joe Jacobs Farm, Malin, Sept. 25
p. 43a
Item P062:249: 1935 Weed Control Program -- spraying white top with sodium chlorate on the banks of the Poe Valley irrigation canal
p. 45a
Item P062:250: 1935 Weed Control Program -- use of rotary rod weeder on summer fallow heavily infested with weeds
p. 45a
Item P062:248: Morning glory weed control
p. 47a
Item P062:246: Lettuce fields on the Nicholson Bros. Ranch, Ft. Klamath, Sept. 27, 1935
p. 50a
Item P062:247: 125 tobacco plants grown on plot of ground near Klamath Falls showing high quality production
p. 50a
Item P062:244: Spraying heifers on D.E. Alexander's farm
p. 61a
Item P062:245: Ponds for which drainage is contemplated by the Liver Fluke control projects, Ft. Klamath district
p. 61a
Item P062:242: Range turkeys ready for shipment to eastern markets
p. 68a
Item P062:243: One of many turkey flocks used in grasshopper control in the Klamath district
p. 68a
Item P062:240: 4-H county judging contest at Merrill for the selection of the county livestock judging team to compete at the Oregon State Fair, Aug. 20, 1935
p. 75a
Item P062:241: 4-H Club member Clyde Dehlinger of Henly in his field of certified Netted Gem potatoes
p. 75a
Item P062:238: Brome grass ready to thresh, George Stevenson Ranch, Aug. 24, 1935
p. 78a
Item P062:239: Threshing Blue grass, George Stevenson Ranch, Klamath Falls, Aug. 24, 1935
p. 78a
Item P062:265 -P062:266: Potato fertilizer trials, O.A. Schultz Farm, Tule Lake
p. 39b
Sub-Series 26: Klamath County, 1936
Box-Folder 1.7
Item P062:236: Hulling Alsike clover, Joe Jacobs Farm, Malin
p. 24a
Item P062:237: Alsike clover for seed, Henry Semon Farm, Henley
p. 24a
Item P062:234: Unfertilized check plot of Netted Gem potatoes on Henry Semon Farm, Henley
p. 38a
Item P062:235: Fertilized potato field
p. 38a
Item P062:233: Field of certified Marquis Wheat, G.J. Hilyard Farm, Enterprise district
p. 51a
Item P062:231: Home-built 12-foot cutting bar and curlers for harvesting small seed, Geary Brothers Ranch, Klamath Falls
p. 52a
Item P062:232: Cutting bar and equipment in operation, Geary Bros. Ranch
p. 52a
Item P062:230: Field of bent grass knocked down by severe hail storm, Geary Bros. Ranch
p. 52b
Item P062:228: Farmers form the joint Tule Lake and Klamath Potato Growers Association observing results of seed selection on Joe Wicka Farm near Malin
p. 54a
Item P062:229: Joint field tour of Tule Lake and Klamath Potato Growers Assn., Stanley Johnson Farm, Malin, July 16
p. 54a
Item P062:226: One of many fields yielding around 400 sacks of potatoes
p. 58a
Item P062:227: Harvesting Klamath Netted Gems, S.P. Dehlinger Farm, Henley, Oct. 20, 1936
p. 58a
Item P062:224: Poisoned squirrels -- 21,000 lbs. of squirrel poison used by cooperating agencies and farmers in Klamath County
p. 72a
Item P062:225: Ready for Thanksgiving market -- turkeys used in seed fields to control grasshoppers, worms and crickets
p. 72a
Item P062:202: Liver fluke control project, Wood River Valley; swamp on J. Pelton ranch before construction of ditch #9, W.P.A. project
p. 84a
Item P062:203: Swamp area after construction of ditch #9
p. 84a
Item P062:200: Ditch #2 through Dan Savage ranch draining 40 acres of tule swamp
p. 84b
Item P062:201: Section of ditch #8 at Nicholson Bros. Ranch
p. 84b
Item P062:198: General condition of old uncleaned ditches and high water table preventing drainage, Wood River Valley
p. 84c
Item P062:199: Section of ditch #8 through Lee Denton Ranch draining 820 acres of swamp land, Wood River Valley
p. 84c
Sub-Series 27: Klamath County, 1941
Box-Folder 1.8
Item P062:479: Cereal nursery plot for rust resistant varieties, Harold Dixon Ranch, Henley
Item P062:480: Grass and legume trial, Earl Mack Ranch, Henley, August 1941
Item P062:481: Ladak alfalfa planted in rows on dry land, Clarrence Hard Ranch, Old Fort Road
Item P062:482: Combining strawberry clover for seed, Santford Jones Ranch, Bonanza
Item P062:483: Certified Grimm alfalfa seed being harvested on Dearborn Ranch, Langell Valley
Item P062:484: Threshing sugar beet seed, Geary Bros. Ranch
Item P062:485: Heavy cluster of radish seed on the Heimrich seeding
Item P062:486: Field of radish seed grown by Andrew Heimrich, Oliver Ranch northwest of Klamath Falls
Item P062:487: Combined digging and picking machine developed by Zuckerman Bros. in field operation
Item P062:488: Combined potato digger and sacker machine in operation, Liskey Bros. Ranch, Poe Valley
Item P062:489: Farm Security Administration labor camp at Merrill for potato harvest workers
Item P062:490: Certified russets during harvest on the Harvey Clugston Ranch near Malin
Item P062:491: Applying complete fertilizer to land on Geary Bros. Ranch
Item P062:492: Potato dump near Malin being initiated; set up for disease an nematode control, April 1941
Item P062:493: Baart 38 wheat field for certification on David Robinson Ranch, Bonanza
Item P062:494: Result of cross breeding and selection of table corn by L. Alva Lewis, Klamath Falls
Item P062:495: White top infestation in Klamath Falls
Item P062:496: Four rotary rod weeders being used to control white top, Tulana Farms, Lower Klamath Lake
Item P062:497: Spraying morning glory with diesel oil on main line of Southern Pacific near Midland
Item P062:498: Taking oil from a tank car in the Hosley district for Southern Pacific weed spraying
Item P062:499: Method of oil application under 300 lbs. pressure, Southern Pacific right-of-way at Hosley
Item P062:500: Spraying white top along the Southern Pacific track near Hosley
Item P062:501: Poisoning squirrels on public lands, Klamath County
Item P062:502: White top in the Altamont district caused by manure hauled in from stockyard
Item P062:503: Mouse damage to bentgrass
Item P062:504: Mouse damage to sugar beet planting for seed purposes
Item P062:505: Weed control experiment, Qualls & Heaton Ranch
Item P062:506: AAA range reservoir, Fox Lake; constructed by George Ager on Fitzgerald's range land
Item P062:507: Extension exhibit at Merrill Potato Festival, Oct. 17-18, 1941
Item P062:508: Load of cotton leaving storage and central work center at Dairy and Lorella, in mattress making project conducted in Klamath County
Item P062:477 -P062:478: Earl Mack grass nursery, June 1941
includes common orchard grass, chewings fescue, meadow fescue, red creeping fescue, tall fescue, superior red canary, meadow foxtail, timothy, Kentucky bluegrass, others
Sub-Series 28: Klamath County, 1942
Box-Folder 1.8
Item P062:445: 3,000 bushel granary made by Sprague River Lumber Co.
Item P062:446: Notching machine used in construction of lumber for granaries
Item P062:447: Loading auto junk for salvage shipment
Item P062:448: Hoist on truck used for loading scrap by M & S Bag Company
Item P062:449: Central salvage depot for Klamath County, 6th and Commercial Streets
Item P062:450: Klamath Falls scrap pile
Item P062:451: Fire trail around 20 acres of dryland Galgalos wheat, made by John Short
Item P062:452: Fire trail made by John Short
Item P062:453: Instruction and demonstrations on fire fighting and fire trail making
Item P062:454: Boys putting fire trail around training fire
Item P062:455: Poultry culling demonstration given by Noel Bennion, Extension Poultry Specialist, at the John Orr Poultry Ranch, Spring Lake district
Item P062:456: Example of a firebreak constructed around farm, John Bushong Ranch, Plevna
Item P062:457: Dusting peas for aphid control trial on lee Holliday Farm (rotenone, oil and nicotine dust)
Item P062:458: Dusting Austrian field peas on Alvin Cheyne Ranch, Spring Lake
Item P062:459: Suckering of corn shown by 4-H Victory Garden Club member Muriel White
Item P062:460: Cultivating victory garden for maximum quality production
Item P062:461: Spray rig bought by Jack O'Connor for spraying diesel oil on white top
Item P062:462: Second cutting alfalfa on the variety trial plots at Klamath Experimental Area Field Day
Item P062:463: Spraying diesel on morning glory along a ditch, Horton Ranch, near Dairy
Item P062:464: Spraying white top with diesel to control seeding, near Altamont Junior High School
Item P062:465: Spraying Sinox and ammonium sulphate to control weeds, lawn at Fred Heilbronner's office
Item P062:466: Smother crop trial for weed control on Qualls & Heaton Farm, Holsey
Item P062:467: Ammonium sulphate and Sinox spray being applied to bent grass field, Geary Bros. Farm
Item P062:468: Peat fire in Wocus area grain field, reclaimed march land
Item P062:471: Combing Austrian field peas on W. M. Williams Farm, Spring Lake
Item P062:472: Combining peas, Percy Dixon Farm, Henley
Item P062:473: Prof. G. R. Hyslop explaining potato diseases at time of field inspection for certification of Netted Gem potatoes, Stanley Johnson Farm, Malin
Item P062:474: Potato harvesting combine owned and operated by Weyl-Zukerman Co. which reduced labor
Item P062:475: Sugar beet seed harvest, Geary Bros. Ranch
Item P062:476: 16 acres of hairy vetch, Eyers Ranch, Bonanza
Item P062:509: Seeding new dryland grass nursery, Jesse Drew Ranch north of Hildebrand
Item P062:510: Dryland grass nursery on Walter Campbell Ranch, Bly, August 15
Item P062:511: Two strains of crested wheat grass on meadow bottom seeding, Walter Campbell Ranch
Item P062:512: Brome grass on meadow bottom seeding, Walter Campbell Ranch
Item P062:513: Harry Wilson combining Galgalos wheat on dry land
Item P062:514: 16-acre field on E.M. Bubb Ranch between Merrill and Malin
Item P062:515: Field of Yellow Danver onions, Paul Breithaupt Farm, Poe Valley, Sept. 4
Item P062:516: Harvey Clugston Farm near Malin
Item P062:469 -P062:470: Sugar beets grown for seed on 97 acre field infested with white top for many years
Sub-Series 29: Klamath County, 1943
Box-Folder 1.9
Item P062:443: Reservoir constructed by U.S. Alderman to catch water at night for next day's potato irrigation
p. 9a
Item P062:444: Water from reservoir to irrigate 80 acres of potatoes grown by U.S. Alderman on the Craven Ranch, Malin
p. 9a
Item P062:442: Smother crop of rye and vetch on Qualls & Heaton Farm, Hosley
p. 11a
Item P062:440: Field of Alsike clover for seed in bloom, Jack Wolff Ranch, Williamson River
p. 11b
Item P062:417: Harvesting Alsike clover for seed on the Harvey Clugston Ranch near Malin
p. 11b
Item P062:441: Field of certified Buart 38 wheat, Walter Erman Farm, Henley
p. 11c
Item P062:438: Prof. G. R. Hyslop examining a field of field of Austrian peas for seed, Paygr Bros. Ranch, Malin
p. 13a
Item P062:439: Hyslop observing hairy vetch seed crop, Harry Jackman Ranch, Malin
p. 13a
Item P062:436: Field of sugar beets for seed grown as a smother crop on white top infested land
p. 15a
Item P062:437: White Rose potatoes entered for certification by Wm. Osborne
p. 15a
Item P062:434: Certified White Rose seed potatoes -- tuber unit planting; grown by Dalton and Evans on D. F. Lawton Ranch, Ft. Klamath
p. 15b
Item P062:435: Tuber unit white rose potatoes, Dalton and Evans, Ft. Klamath
p. 15b
Item P062:432: Smother crop planted on white top infested land, Sept. 1942, May 4, 1943
p. 19a
Item P062:433: Troy Qualls cutting rye and vetch smother crop on white top infested land
p. 19a
Item P062:430: County weed control supervisor Harold Shieferstein examining winter application trials of carbon bisulfide on railroad right-of-way
p. 19b
Item P062:431: Schieferstein examining root of Russian knapweed, carbon bisulphide winter trial
p. 19b
Item P062:415: Don Kenyon with a trailer potato sacker built in the Klamath Basin
p. 23a
Item P062:416: Potato combine with self-contained power unit, Harry Wilson Ranch, Malin
p. 23a
Item P062:413: Potato combine operating on the S. P. Dehlinger Ranch
p. 23b
Item P062:414: Women on trailer-sackers throw out clods and vines
p. 23b
Item P062:412: Bailed hay loader, a labor saving device
p. 23c
Item P062:429: Earl Price, OSC agricultural engineer, taking measurements of slide hay-loader, Liskey Bros. Ranch, Poe Valley
p. 23c
Item P062:427: Ditch construction with ditch (blasting) powder
p. 25a
Item P062:428: One of the community gardens prevalent in the county
p. 25a
Item P062:425: Sorting and shipping operations, Cal-Ore Packing Co. warehouse
p. 27a
Item P062:426: Potatoes dumped from truck onto sorting machine, Cal-Ore Packing Co. warehouse
p. 27a
Item P062:422: Loading platform where an average of one car every 55 minutes is filled
p. 27c
Item P062:420: Mexican nationals assisting in the potato harvest
Item P062:421: Field of potatoes being worked by Mexican nationals, who pick up potatoes after the digger has left them on the surface of the ground; Dalton & Evans Ranch near Malin
p. 34a
Item P062:418: Asst. county agent J. R. McCambridge examining just pulled onions in the field, West & Lyons Ranch near Malin
p. 36a
Item P062:419: Mexican field workers pulling onions and laying them to cure, West & Lyons Ranch near Malin
p. 36a
Item P062:327: Fire trail constructed by the county at foot of Stukel Mtn. Near Crystal Springs
p. 43a
Item P062:328: Henley High School students loading scrap iron at Zuckerman Ranch at Midland, April 23, 1943
p. 43a
Item P062:423 -P062:424: Sacking and weighing of potatoes off the end of the grader, Cal-Ore Packing Co.
p. 27b
Sub-Series 30: Klamath County, 1944
Box-Folder 1.9
Item P062:325: Extension Farm Crops Specialist C.E. Otis observing pasture mixture seeding on the Gerald West Farm near Malin
p. 12a
Item P062:326: Federal mechanical grasshopper bait spreader in operation, E. D. Long Ranch, Lower Klamath Lake
p. 12a
Item P062:324: Kingscrost KEI-1127 hybrid field corn trial, J.H. Degnan Farm, Merrill
p. 14a
Item P062:322: Field of certified Netted Gems grown by West & Lyon, Malin
p. 15a
Item P062:323: Certified potatoes on right and potatoes two years from certification on the left
p. 15a
Item P062:320: 1% Sinox plus 4# ammonia sulphate spray being applied to grain to remove broadleaf mustard
p. 18a
Item P062:321: 10% DN dust being applied by airplane to remove broadleaf mustard from grain in the Lower Klamath Lake area
p. 321
Item P062:318: Winter application of carbon bisulfide for the control of white top, Southern Pacific right-of-way, Hosley
Item P062:319: Patch of morning glory sprayed two years with diesel oil on county road
p. 319
Item P062:316: Harold Schieferstein views result of winter application of activated carbon bisulfide on Canada Thistle, Charles Delap Ranch, Henley
p. 18c
Item P062:317: Six plants that remained in the plot which were dug up and showed live roots
p. 18c
Item P062:313: Reclamation of Class V, white top infested land on the Troy Qualls Farm
p. 18e
Item P062:312: Reclamation of Class V, white top infested land on the Troy Qualls Farm
p. 19e
Item P062:311: Smother crop trial of fall-planted vetch and rye on morning glory infested land
p. 19f
Item P062:307: Henry Semon explaining to field tour members the class of land and the experiments on the Klamath Branch Experiment Station
p. 34a
Item P062:308: Field tour viewing alfalfa variety trials, Klamath Branch Experiment Station
p. 34a
Item P062:305: Carrot seed production plot being explained by Klamath Branch Experiment Station superintendent A. E. Gross at the annual field day
p. 34b
Item P062:306: Onion plots showing seed and bulb production, Klamath Branch Experiement Station
p. 34b
Item P062:303: State Senator Marshall Cornett and U.S. Senator Guy Cordon at the Station field day
p. 34c
Item P062:304: Utah winter barley trial, Klamath Branch Experiement Station
p. 34c
Item P062:151: County carryall and diesel Caterpillar clearing camp site for Merrill migrant farm labor camp
p. 37a
Item P062:152: Highway entrance sign for Merrill migrant farm labor camp
p. 37a
Item P062:153: View of completed migrant farm labor camp at Merrill
p. 37a
Item P062:301: Crew of 20 Mexican nationals pulling onions on the West & Lyons Ranch
p. 37b
Item P062:302: Harvested onions laid out to cure
p. 37b
Item P062:314 -P062:315: Troy Qualls farm potato field
p. 18d
Item P062:309 -P062:310: Farm work simplification: potato grower John Short blowing straw with stationary thresher on roof of a new potato cellar for insulation
p. 30a
Sub-Series 31: Klamath County, 1945
Box-Folder 1.10
Item P062:117: Klamath Branch Experiment Station superintendent Gene Gross talking to others
p. 14a
Item P062:118: Henry Semon, B.E. Bayden and C.A. Henderson examining Utah winter barley at Klamath Branch Experiment Station Field Day
Item P062:119: Part of cereal variety nursery planted by Gene Gross on the Lower Klamath Lake Experimental Area
p. 14a
Item P062:078: Results of late fall seeding of Utah Winter Barley
p. 15a
Item P062:080: Cereal variety trials on peat soil in Lower Klamath Lake area
p. 15a
Item P062:081: Cereal nursery on muck soil in Lower Klamath Lake area
p. 15a
Item P062:083: Barley variety trials on peat soil in Lower Klamath Lake area
p. 16a
Item P062:084: Winter grain field trials at Klamath Branch Experiment Station
p. 16a
Item P062:085: Winter barley
p. 16a
Item P062:087: Growers observing Utah winter barley in field trial at Experiment Station Field Day
p. 17a
Item P062:088: Wheat nursery at Klamath Branch Experiement Station Field Day
p. 17a
Item P062:090: Gene Gross, Experiment Station superintendent discussing wheat varieties with farmers at the Klamath Branch Experiement Station Field Day
p. 17a
Item P062:079: E.R. Jackman and F.E. Gordon discussing crested wheat grass seed production at Malin, July 1945
p. 18a
Item P062:082: Dryland grass nursery established in 1939 with Common and Fairway varieties of crested wheat grass
p.
Item P062:086: Field of bailed hay on Glenn Dehlinger Ranch near Stupel Mt.; large acreage of hay is bailed in the field each year
p. 18a
Item P062:089: Cereal variety trials at Klamath Branch Experiment Station
p. 19a
Item P062:091: Oat variety trials at the Klamath Branch Experiement Station Field Day
p. 19a
Item P062:092: Farmers observing oat nursery at the Klamath Branch Experiment Station Field Day
p. 19a
Item P062:095: Revolving disc with cups used for tuber unit planting
p. 20a
Item P062:096: C.E. Otis, Assistant Extension Specialist in Farm Corps
p. 22a
Item P062:097: Karl Dehlinger, president of Klamath Potato Growers Association, in a potato field
p. 22a
Item P062:098: DD being applied by Shell Chemical on Sadie and Will Rajnus Ranch at Malin for nematode control
p. 22a
Item P062:099: Shell Chemical DD applicator in operation
p. 23a
Item P062:100: View of DD applicator used by Shell Chemical for nematode control trials
p. 23a
Item P062:101: Potato elevator in wide use in Klamath Co. for filling potato bins
p. 23a
Item P062:102: Netted Gems treated and non-treated with hormones to prevent sprouting
p. 24a
Item P062:103: Two diseases in one plant -- tube born leaf roll and witches broom
p. 24a
Item P062:104: Klamath Experiment Station potato trial treated with DD for nematode control
p. 24a
Item P062:521: Application of Dowfume on wireworm infested potato land, Austin Nisley Farm, Malin
p. 28a
Item P062:105: Hannchen barley growing on weed control area operated by Troy Qualls
p. 29a
Item P062:106: E. R. Jackman observing Hannchen barley on area operated by Troy Qualls
p. 29a
Item P062:107: Benoclor-Aquatic weed killer being applied to irrigation canal in the Henley area
p. 29a
Item P062:108: Farmers and irrigation district officials observing method demonstration of applying Benoclor to control moss in ditches
p. 30a
Item P062:520: Canada thistle sprayed with 2,4-D, June 22, 1945
p. 30a
Item P062:518: 2,4-D plot at Homedale Rd. and Johns Ave.; morning glory
p. 31a
Item P062:519: White top sprayed with 2,4-D, May 19, 1945
p. 31a
Item P062:517: Spraying white top with tar oil on Southern Pacific Railroad, Merrill
p. 32a
Item P062:109: Entrance to the Klamath Marine Corps Agricultural Project
p. 36a
Item P062:110: Captain Hary Mahan with Corporal Dwight Moser and Chet Enman
Sponsors of the Marine Corps Ag. Project: Cpt. Harry Mahan, Dwight Moser, and Chet Enman of the Klamath Jr. Farmers are standing before a field of carrots; p. 36a.
Item P062:111: Marines in a field of carrots
Marines enrolled in the Marine Ag. School and Chet Enman, sponsoring club president, eating carrots grown by the Marines; 36a.
Item P062:112: Potatoes grown by Marines on their farm in conjunction with their agriculture school
p. 37a
Item P062:113: Head lettuce, a popular vegetable grown by Marines in their agricultural program
p. 37a
Item P062:114: Large ranch garden grown by Liskey Bros. in Poe Valley
p. 37a
Item P062:115: Victory Garden window display at the Chamber of Commerce
p. 39a
Item P062:116: Firestone Victory Garden window display
One of 8 displays put by by businesses to stimulate interest in the 1945 Victory Garden Program; p. 39a
Item P062:405: Hand potato pickers on Sam Wong Farm near Merrill
p. 53a
Item P062:406: Trailer sacker, Albert Stastny Farm; Ed Stastny driving the tractor
p. 53a
Item P062:407 - P062:408: Malin migrant farm labor camp
p. 54a
Item P062:409: Trailer section of Malin migrant camp
p. 55a
Item P062:093 -P062:094: Tuber unit planting of White Rose seed potatoes by Scott Warren of Algoma Farms
p. 20a
Sub-Series 32: Klamath County, 1949
Box-Folder 1.11
Item P062:401: Setting up sprinkler systems with 40 ft. pipe sections and an 8-16 gpm heads
p. 25
Item P062:402: Tractor moving 1200 ft. section of 3 inch sprinkler pipe
p. 25

Item P062:052 -

P062:053: Grain fertilizer trials indicate responses, Lower Klamath Experimental Area

p. 26
Item P062:054: Increased clover growth from superphosphate application, Earl Mack Farm
p. 27
Folder P062:055: Grain fertilizer trial, Lower Klamath Experimental Area plots
p. 27

Item P062:056 -

P062:057: Beets fertilizer trial inspected by Charles Henderson, county agent

p. 28
Item P062:154: Anhydrous ammonia going on potato field in irrigation water
p. 30
Item P062:155: Jack Ratliff Jr. applying anhydrous ammonia in irrigation water
p. 30
Item P062:156: Plow sole application
p. 31
Item P062:157: Stanley Johnson farm time trial, Malin
p. 31
Item P062:399: Good crowd at Klamath Branch Experiment Station Field Day
p. 35
Item P062:400: Dr. Alfred Halverson started soils experiments at the Klamath Branch Experiment Station in late winter
p. 35
Item P062:158: Circular stacks of chopped alfalfa hay, mechanically blown into stacks for feeding
p. 37

Item P062:060 -

P062:061: Haying equipment at Field Day

p. 38
Item P062:397: Gravity table used in cleaning Alsike clover seed crop
p. 40
Item P062:398: Harold Dixon's seed cleaning plant at Henley
p. 40
Item P062:064: Light oil and spray rig used to rouge weak and diseased White Rose potato plants in Scott Warren's unit
p. 44
Item P062:396: Twin dipping vats with electric hoists allow Bill Osborne to custom dip seed potatoes a truck load at a time
p. 44
Item P062:394: Potatoes for the Rotary Club sponsored Junior Livestock Show BBQ
p. 45
Item P062:395: Karl Dahlinger and Duane Blackman grew 425 sacks of potatoes per acre on alfalfa land rented from Rex High in Poe Valley
p. 45

Item P062:069 -

P062:070: Morning glory and Russian knapweed sprayed in, July 1948

p. 57
Item P062:392: 500-tree orchard of wild plum on the W. W. Southwell Ranch, Henley
p. 62a
Item P062:393: Southwell's wild plum planting is a future contribution to the supply of the famous Southern Oregon wild plum preserves
p. 62a
Item P062:066: In the large grazing areas of northern Klamath Co. grasshoppers ruin hundreds of acres of forage
p. 66
Item P062:071: High grade breeding herds turn out large calf crops each year
p. 74
Item P062:065: Excellent rangeland with rich forage gives Klamath Co. cattle good pasture conditions
p. 74
Item P062:390: Feed yards and shipping pens at the holdings of Warner Valley Livestock Co., Malin
p. 75
Item P062:391: Choice beef at Warner Valley Livestock Co. yard headed for the consumer's table
p. 75
Item P062:389: At the purebred Angus sale; southern Oregon Aberdeen Angus breeders buy and sell to constantly improve their herds
p. 389
Item P062:159: Extension entomologist Robert Every inspects young steer for live prior to louse spraying demonstration, Rice Ranch, Bonanza
p. 78
Item P062:160: Angus heifers being sprayed during cattle lice demonstration, C.V. Barton Ranch, Poe Valley
p. 79
Item P062:161: Louie Lyon trying the spray gun at the fall cattle lice demonstration, West & Lyon Ranch, Malin
p. 79
Item P062:387: Bill Cheyne demonstrates a locally developed gadget for tightening loose and sagging barbed wire fences
p. 81
Item P062:388: Caterpillar tractor presented to Klamath Branch Experiment Station by Nelson Pud
p. 81
Item P062:403: Beef winner sold to 4-H supporter Elmer Balsinger at annual 4-H livestock auction
p. 88a
Item P062:404: Four winners in their classes of beef steers
p. 88a
Item P062:058 -P062:059: Fertilizer trials using superphosphate on Frank Brown's clover in Langell Valley
p. 29
Item P062:062 -P062:063: Potato trial
p. 43
Item P062:067 -P062:068: Sprayers used for weed control
p. 57a
Sub-Series 33: Klamath County, 1954
Box-Folder 1.12
Item P062:196: Langell Valley Soil Conservation District Cat tractor and carryall leveling land
p. 37
Item P062:197: Field of barley that benefitted from a 200 lb. application of ammonium sulphate
p. 37
Item P062:194: Art Schaupp an H. E. Finnell inspect certified Ladak alfalfa, Poe Valley
p. 41
Item P062:195: E. R. Jackman and Don Black inspect dry land grass nursery on Andrien place
p. 41
Item P062:192: Turkish delegation of livestock specialists inspecting pasture development work, Lloyd Gift Ranch
p. 45
Item P062:193: Portland Chamber of Commerce inspect original plantings of Nomad Alfalfa during Grassland Tour
p. 45
Item P062:190: Tall wheat grass seeded in rows at Jack Robert's place
p. 46
Item P062:191: Later seeding of tall wheat grass
p. 46
Item P062:188: Scott Warren harvested potatoes with three people in the field
p. 65
Item P062:189: Unit planting certified seed with Scott Warren planter
p. 65
Item P062:186: Three Beane bulk harvesters on a 300 acre White Rose seed field, Lower Klamath Lake
p. 66
Item P062:187: Rear view of a Beane bulk harvester on Lower Klamath
p. 66
Item P062:184: Cattle feeding operation at the auction yard
p. 67
Item P062:185: Bulk handling simplifies feeding of potatoes
p. 67
Item P062:183: Porterfield culls spuds at above ground ensilage pit, Coppock Bay, April 1954
p. 68
Item P062:182: Landscaping tour group led by Ralph Clark, March 1954
p. 71
Item P062:181: Lawrence Geraghty in front of above ground trench silo for alfalfa grass
p. 73
Item P062:180: Charles and Alvin Cheyne with their Angus herd bull purchased from Ohio State University
p. 78
Item P062:410: Cattlemen listening to talk at the joint Modoc and Klamath County barbecue, Malin
p. 78
Item P062:411: Bill Williams and weaner calves he wintered on alfalfa and potatoes
p. 79
Item P062:178: Horton's purebred Hereford Heifers near Dairy
p. 80
Item P062:179: Cattle on Lloyd Gift's scrub land pasture
p. 80
Item P062:177: Check-drop structures to stop erosion and divert water to field ditches, constructed by Lee Holliday; plans developed by Extension Irrigation Specialist Norman Shearer
p. 96
Item P062:175: Aqueous ammonia plant at Malin
p. 97
Item P062:176: Growth from application of superphosphate to a bluegrass lawn plot on Shasta Way
p. 97
Item P062:173: Water Hemlock 48 hrs. after it was sprayed with 2, 4-D, Crescent Creek
p. 118
Item P062:174: Spraying Water Hemlock with 2, 4-D, Crescent Creek, August 1954
p. 118
Item P062:171: Patch of Water Hemlock on Crescent Creek
p. 119
Item P062:172: Water Hemlock growing around a beaver dam on Minnie Creek, north Klamath Co.
p. 119
Item P062:170: Russian knapweed plot before treatment
p.
Item P062:169: Same plot as it looked following summer, 1953
p. 120, bottom
Item P062:167: Thistle gutters "limb" Scotch Thistle before they reach in with their shovels to cut the main stem
p. 121
Item P062:168: Mediterranean sage plant growing on a gravelly slop along Hwy 66 near Bly
p. 121
Item P062:165: County agents Jendrzejewski, Petersen and Henderson checking a plot, May 7, 1954
p. 122
Item P062:166: Spraying demonstration plot for morning glory using MCP, Mario Pastega place
p. 122
Item P062:163: Pocket gophers in an alfalfa field in early spring, Tipton Ranch, Poe Valley
p. 124
Item P062:164: Partial results from one 1080 bait station in the Geary Bros. Ranch seed warehouse
p. 124
Sub-Series 34: Klamath County, 1955
Box-Folder 1.12
Item P062:626: Past presidents of Klamath Potato Growers Association: (standing l-r) Louie Lyon '48; Earl Wilson '52; Leland Cheyne '53; Troy Qualls '54; Karl Dehlinger '46; (seated l-r) Bryant Williams '50; Henry Semon, 1925-1946; E. C. Lemler '49
p. 8
Item P062:223: Fred Mueller and truckload of harvested Netted Gems
p. 9a
Item P062:162: Vern Haskins on potato digging machine; harvested 70 acres in 10 days
p. 9c
Item P062:221: Earl Mack's purebred Hampshire rams
p. 13a
Item P062:222: Machine used for injection of soil fumigants for control of fusarium and verticillium wilt Clarence Hill Farm
p. 13a
Item P062:219: Merion bluegrass seeded in spring of 1954, July 1, 1955
p. 20a
Item P062:220: E. H. Geary and certification official H. E. Finnell inspect a field of registered Merion bluegrass, Geary Ranch
Item P062:217: Klamath Branch Experiment Station grass and legume trials planted on pumice lands near the Upper Marsh
p. 21a
Item P062:218: A case built sagebrush beater at work on Marion Barnes' place near Merrill
p. 21a
Item P062:215: Bunker type silo on Lawrence Geraghty dairy
p. 27a
Item P062:216: Cattle feeding on alfalfa silage during winter to maintain summertime milk flow
p. 27a
Item P062:213: Cattle grazing on pasture land developed on scabrock slopes, Lloyd Gift Ranch
p. 29a
Item P062:214: Refilling a plane with alderin and stove oil during a grasshopper spray program on Fort Klamath
p. 29a
Item P062:212: Charles Teers and Lawrence Geraghty groom grade cows for spring dairy show
p. 39a
Item P062:210: Polybor on quackgrass; applied in Nov. 1954 and photo taken, July 1955
p. 72a
Item P062:211: Polybor on morning glory near St. Francis sub-station; applied Nov. 1954 by Whitcomb and Schieferstein
p. 72a
Item P062:208: Amino triozolo plot-quack, H. Robert Farm, Langell Valley
p. 73a
Item P062:209: Baiting roadways and county lands for ground squirrels in Langell Valley
p. 73a
Series 3: Photographs Separated from Extension Service Records, circa 1922 - 1971
Series III consists of photographs separated from the Extension Service Records (RG 111). This series includes photographs of meeting attendees, soil conservation activities in the 1930s and 1940s, Field Days and short courses in the 1920s, 4-H activities in Turkey, and the Extension Service Beef Council trailer. All of the items have been assigned individual numbers (P062:698 - P062:779); most of the photographs are b/w prints.
Extent: 82 photographs

Box-Folder 1.13
Item P062:698: National Association of County Agricultural Agents meeting Oregon delegation, Sept. 1971
Item P062:699: President Jensen and Marion Weatherford looking at a display, "One Hundred Years Ago" commemorating the Morrill Act, 1940
Item P062:700: National Association of County Agricultural Agents 52nd annual meeting Oregon delegation, Omaha, Nebraska, September 1967
Item P062:701: Group picture from Western States Regional Extension Conference in front of Commerce Building (now Bexell Hall), August 1940
Item P062:745: RISE Project, Yamhill County, circa 1968
County Commissioners and aides at graduation exercises.
Item P062:761: Oregon Booth at World Poultry Congress, Cleveland, Ohio, July 27 - Aug. 7, 1939
Item P062:762: John Frizzell (center) in wheat field in Turkey?, circa 1968
Item P062:763: 4-H Achievement Day in Ceyhan County, Adana Province, Turkey, circa 1968
John Frizzell is making a presentation and pinning a ribbon on a 4-H youngster and the interpreter is standing in the left of the picture. Approximantely 500 in attendance at this event.
Item P062:764: Ag. Division Staff Meeting turn out, 1970
Includes Gene Winters, D.D. Hill, and Merrill Oveson of Oregon State University.
Item P062:778: County Extension Office Secretaries' Conference attendees, OSC, July 16-18, 1957
Extent: print and negative

Item P062:779: County Extension Office Secretaries' Conference attendees, OSC, 1954
Item P062:769 -P062:777: Field days and short courses, circa 1922
Item P062:765 -P062:768: 4-H Achievement Day in Ceyhan County, Adana Province, circa 1968
Approximately 500 in attendance
Item P062:747 -P062:760: Oregon Beef Council Trailer given to OSU Extension, 1970
Extent: 4x5 negatives

Sub-Series 2: D. Lowdermilk Soil Conservation Service photos, Clatsop, Lincoln, Coos, and Curry Counties, August and December, 1937
Box-Folder 1.13
Item P062:702: Burned over forest land
Tillamook Burn?
Item P062:703: Two men in field of ferns
Item P062:704: Three men in field next to burned over lands
Item P062:705: Man looking over valley of burned over forest lands
Tillamook Burn?
Item P062:706: Man looking over sand dunes to sea
Coos Co.?
Item P062:707: Man standing in burned over forest land; tree stumps in background
Tillamook Burn?
Item P062:708 -P062:709: Sand dunes
Coos County?
Item P062:710: Man standing in burned over forest land
Tillamook Burn?
Item P062:711: Sand dune near Coos Bay
Sub-Series 3: Warrenton Dune Soil Conservation District (Clatsop County) - Dune Stabilization, 1936-1944
Box-Folder 1.13
Item P062:712: Dune with grass, circa 1944
Item P062:713: A closeup view of the wind swept Clatsop plains near Warrenton, Clatsop County, Oregon, July 1937
area had luxuriant grass cover prior to overgazing
Item P062:714: Area initially stabilized by sand stilling grasses, into which permanent type grasses and legumes have been seeded, July 1944
seven years later luxuriant vegetation covers the area
Item P062:715: Driving pickets in parallel fences provide a barrier to catch sand for the building of a littoral dune along the driftwood line, April 1936
Item P062:716: Lifting the fence, February 1937
a single winter storm covers the fence with sand and it must be raised to allow more sand accumulation
Item P062:717: Properly spaced pickets and fences allow a well-shaped dune to be built, June 1937
Item P062:718: The littoral dune, July 1944
European beachgrass Ammophila arenaria replaces the picket fences as soon as the dune base is formed; vegetation provides a permanent structure, fences do not
Item P062:719: Windswept plateau on Clatsop plains near Warrenton (Clatsop County), August 1935
This area is almost entirely denuded and sand is shifting as indicated by light areas
Item P062:720: After ten months the area is now initially with European beachgrass planted during January and February, June 1936
Item P062:721: Windswept Clatsop plains near Warrenton (Clatsop County), July 1937
Unrestricted grazing has created a veritable Sahara
Item P062:722: After seven years of labor stabilization has been accomplished by use of European beachgrass and a seeding of permanent grasses and legumes, July 1944
Item P062:723: Windswept Clatsop plains, Oregon, July 1937
this area once supported luxuriant herbaceous cover, but over-grazing by livestock converted the plains into a veritable Sahara. A portion of the area has now been initially stabilized with European beachgrass
Item P062:724: Seven years of stabilization, July 1937
the area is again vegetated, but permanent cover can be maintained only by seeding in adapted long-lived grasses and legumes or woody species; a hard- surfaced road in the foreground provides a means of getting around over the land
Item P062:725: The first step -- initial stabilization of the windswept Marine dune area, near Warrenton (Clatsop County) has been accomplished with sand-stilling European beachgrass, July 1937
Item P062:726: From denuded sand to permanent stabilization; marks seven years of progress, July 1944
Item P062:727: Near Warrenton (Clatsop County), July 1937
a typical scene of destruction and reconstruction - two long graceful grass covered parallel dunes once crossed this area with a meadowed valley between them. Overgrazing caused blow-outs until only dune remnants and a trough of shifting sand gave testimony to the havoc wrought by denudation. The dune ridges are being reconstructed by use of vegetation. European beachgrass was planted in February 1937
Item P062:728: Seven years of successful stabilization and building are bringing the area back toward it's original graceful lines, July 1944
Shifting sand is no longer evident; permanent vegetal cover replaces it
Item P062:729: Windswept Clatsop plains near Warrenton (Clatsop County), July 1937
overgrazing and fire denuded what was once luxuriant grass land with now wind erosion; now only vestiges remain in this Sahara
Item P062:730: Seven years have made a change, July 1944
denuded sand -- initial stabilization with European beachgrass -- permanent stabilization developments with sod-forming grasses and legumes. These have been the steps on the path of progress leading to establishment of hard surfaced access roads and other permanent developments in this area
Item P062:731: Initial stabilization with well spaced hills of European beachgrass, July 1944
each hill is an individual barrier as noted by the sand deposit around each plant
Item P062:732: Succession moves fast, May 1943
European beachgrass has been replaced by Purple beach pea and Seashore bluegrass which were seeded into the beachgrass after two years of growth. These species offer a more permanent form of stabilization than beachgrass
Item P062:733: Final stabilization for this area, July 1944
seven years ago this was a desert of shifting sand. European beachgrass provided initial stabilization; native red fescue, Seashore bluegrass, seaside lupine, and purple beachpea are now affording complete protection
Item P062:734: Complete stabilization, July 1944
Seven years ago this was a shifting mass of sand. European beachgrass afforded initial stabilization -- Cow clover was seeded for permanent protection
Item P062:735: The road to the beach, Hammond, Clatsop County, August 1935
Drifting sand is a constant hazard to traffic that must use this road, as well as continuing job for a maintenance crew
Item P062:736: Traffic rolls on unimpeded, July 1944
Permanent vegetation has stabilized the sand and replaced the maintenance crew. A hard surfaced road is replacing the boardwalk. The fence line and posts are not part of the conservation program. Nine years have changed the feeling from desolation and despair to one of permanent stability and pride
Item P062:737: Picket fences, an emergency stabilization measure used preliminary to vegetating extremely severe blow areas, April 1936
Item P062:738: Eight years from denuded sand to permanent vegetation, July 1944
Item P062:739: Once this was completely covered with a luxuriant grass mat., August 1937
Overgrazing disturbed the top layer of soil. Blowouts started; soon tow protecting parallel dunes on right and left were torn apart and the trough in center was scoured free of vegetation. initial stabilization of the area has again been effected by planting European beachgrass
Item P062:740: Seven years and the wounds are rapidly being healed, July 1944
Woody vegetation provides a most permanent type of cover and is a form of plastic surgery used in reshaping the dune ridges
Item P062:741: Permanent stabilization of marine dunes near Warrenton, Clatsop County, Sept. 1941
Scotch broom planted as a nurse crop for the Shore pine which were planted at a 6x6 foot spacing. This was an area of denuded sand in 1935
Item P062:742: Permanent stabilization is now readily apparent, July 1944
five years growth on the pines has provided a solid vegetal cover on this area that only nine years ago was denuded
Item P062:743: The sands shift no more, August 1941
the ultimate in Marine sand dune control -- Shore pine coverstory with a dense ground cover of salal and Huckleberry provide protection
Item P062:744: Beauty in the dunes, May 1939
Complete stabilization; permanent with protection
Series 4: Frank L. Ballard Photographs, 1909 - circa 1965
Series IV consists of photographs assembled and/or taken by Frank L. Ballard for use in Extension Service publications and in other publications about Oregon agriculture. Some of the photographs were also displayed in Ballard's office. Ballard's photographs include images of Oregon agriculture, agriculture in the Pacific Northwest region (especially Idaho and Washington), Extension service programs and staff, and farms and ranches throughout Oregon. Of particular note are images of The Dalles Public Market, the Monmouth Cooperative Creamery, the Oliver Ranch in Grant County, several group photographs of Oregon county agents and leaders, and photographs of Ballard and George Peavy. Photographers represented in the Ballard photos include the Columbia Commercial Studio, Asahel Curtis (Seattle), the Elite Studio (The Dalles), Benjamin A. Gifford, C. Moore, Arthur M. Prentiss, Lester Rounds, R.L. Stinson (Klamath Falls), the Weister Company, and L.J. Young (Nampa, Idaho). The bulk of the images are prints; however, the series includes 10 nitrate negatives and 2 film negatives.
Extent: 672 photographs

Box-Folder 2.1-2.3: Agricultural scenes in Oregon, 1909 - circa 1940
Includes photographs of harvesting fields, picking fruit, livestock, and farm equipment and aerial views; and raising turkeys in eastern Oregon; Dwight Misner seeding and harrowing wheat field using 36 horses; horse-drawn combine harvesting wheat in central or eastern Washington; a horse-drawn seeder in Montana; pumping irrigation water from a river; girls picking apples in an Oregon orchard; women picking evergreen blackberries in western Oregon; small combine and tractor in wheat field; packing lettuce; a pear orchard in Douglas County; sheep in a pasture; and hauling alfalfa hay to a shipping point near Hermiston.
Extent: 158 photographs in 3 folders

Box-Folder 2.4: Agricultural scenes (not in Oregon), circa 1930s-1940s
Includes images of fields, homes, and irrigation as well as aerial views.
Extent: 14 photographs

Box-Folder 2.5: Alfalfa harvest in Rhode Island, 1913
Also includes a 1926 letter from the American Agricultural Chemical Company to Mr. F.L. Ballard.
Extent: 2 photographs

Box-Folder 2.6: Blackberries, 1924
Photos from Ira Gabrielson of evergreen blackberries in Tillamook County.
Extent: 3 photographs

Box-Folder 2.7: Curry County Coast, circa 1920s
Include images of the Coast Range, a lighthouse, Crater Lake, and the Crater Lake Lodge.
Extent: 16 photographs

Box-Folder 2.8: The Dalles Public Market, circa 1920s
Men constructing market stalls and women purchasing produce.
Extent: 2 photographs

Box-Folder 2.9: Extension Programs, circa 1930s
Topics depicted include lime- and seed- inoculated fields and the Pendleton "Clean Dairy" campaign.
Extent: 14 photographs

Box-Folder 2.10-2.11: Farm and Rural Scenes, circa 1920s -1960s
Includes images of farmers, homes, livestock, poultry, irrigation ditches, fields, and barns; a seed trial comparing Idaho, Oregon, and Montana seed; turnips grown in Tillamook County using superphosphate and manure; and H.R. Hartley, of Siletz, standing in his prize winning patch of turnips.
Extent: 270 photographs in 2 folders

Box-Folder 2.12: Fruit, circa 1920s
Bear Creek pears ready for sale; pears on tree; blackberries; and cherries.
Extent: 4 photographs

Box-Folder 2.13: Individuals and groups, circa 1920s-1930s
Corliss Bulger (sp?), R.A. Ward, unidentified groups, and Kenneth King portraits.
Extent: 8 photographs

Box-Folder 2.14: Klamath County, 1931-1950
Beef production, brewing barley, and picking potatoes.
Extent: 8 photographs

Box-Folder 2.15: Monmouth Cooperative Creamery, Farmer with unidentified crop, Harvesting crop (garlic or potatoes?), circa 1930
Vehicle being loaded or unloaded at the creamery; image of sign on building.
Extent: 2 prints and 3 nitrate negatives

Box-Folder 2.16: Oliver Ranch, circa 1930s-1950s
Near John Day, Oregon; sheep, horses, and cattle grazing.
Extent: 89 images

Box-Folder 2.17: County Agents, Leaders, and Extension staff, 1919 - circa 1960
Extent: 13 prints and 2 copy negatives

Box-Folder 2.18: Oregon farms and ranches, 1960-1961
Williams River Feed Lots, Tulana Farms owned by Dick Henzel. C.A. Heudenson views of field of top quality potatoes, Joe Stee Ranch. Total quality "grade" cattle and top quality pasture, herd of Howard Holliday, Klamath Falls OR. Roy Gooding poultry ranch, Calye Layers. Totaling 4 images.
Extent: 4 photographs

Item 1: Williams River feed lots, Tulana Farms, 1961
Dick Henzel, owner.
Item 2: C.A. Heudenson in field of top quality potatoes on Joe Stee Ranch, 1960
Item 3: Top quality "grade" cattle and top quality pasture, 1961
Herd of Howard Holliday, Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Item 4: Roy Gooding Poultry Ranch - Calye Layers, 1960
Box-Folder 2.19: Oregon and Pacific Northwest scenes, 1904 - circa 1930
Includes images of Cunningham Sheep Company home ranch and wheat fields and buildings near Pendleton in Umatilla County; a lamb fattening shed in Wallowa County where 3000 lambs are fed each winter; an Oregon farm scene with Mt. Hood in the background; and mountain scenes from Bend, Oregon.
Extent: 7 photographs

Box-Folder 2.20: Pacific Cooperative Wool Growers, circa 1930s
Sorting wool; baled wool ready for shipment; wool buying method.
Extent: 2 photographs and 2 diagrams

Box-Folder 2.21: Portraits of individuals, circa 1950s-1960s
George A. Nelson, Walter A. Holt, and unidentified individuals.
Extent: 10 photographs

Box-Folder 2.22: School of Science staff, 1939/1940
Group photograph with list of names.
Box-Folder 2.23: State Fair exhibits, circa 1920s
Include Boys and Girls Canning Club Work exhibit at the Pacific International Livestock Show in Portland with canning team members making sandwiches; Klamath County exhibit, three Wasco County exhibits ( first, second, third) and a Clatsop County exhibit. Exhibits for Clatsop County, Klamath County, Wasco County, and Boy's & Girls Canning Club Work. Photographs by Acme Commercial Photographers, Columbia Commercial Studio
Extent: 7 photographs

Box-Item 3.1: Annual Conference of County Agents, 1915
Snow on ground and on shrubs behind group.
Box-Item 3.2: Oregon County Agent Staff, January 1918
At front door of Agriculture Hall. Front row (l to r): C.J. Hurd, D.C. Howard, H.C. Glayser, R.A. Ward, H.E. Tweed, R.J. Werner, J.E. Larson, Mac Hoke, C.C. Calkins, and J.L. Smith. Second row (l to r): N.C. Jamison, C.C. Cate, A.R. Chase, P.H. Spillman, Paul V. Maris, MS. Shrock, N.C. Robb and C.D. Thompson. Third Row (l to r): F.R. Brown, S.B. Hall, W.L. Kadderly, G.W. Kable, Director O.D. Centers, and R.C. Jones
Box-Item 3.4: Frank L. Ballard, 1960
Portrait photograph by Peter Berkeley.
Box-Item 3.5: Agricultural workers, circa 1940s
Harvesting beans; picking strawberries (perhaps migrant workers?); picking apples.
Extent: 4 prints

Box-Item 3.6: Cattle on Oliver Ranch, undated
Box-Item 4.1: Panoramic prints of agriculture in Idaho and perhaps eastern Oregon, circa 1915-1930
Field of lettuce being harvested; agricultural workers in field harvesting a crop; view from high point of agriculture in valley; two images of dams, perhaps on the Columbia or Snake River (?); the Dairymens Co-op Creamery of Boise Valley in Caldwell, Idaho. Photographs by L.J. Young of Nampa, Idaho.
Extent: 6 photographs

Box-Item 3.3: Oregon County Agents and Leaders organizational meeting, February 1919
Negative with non-oversize materials. Back Row (l-r): John Cooter, D.C. Howard, Wallace Kadderly, H.J. Lechner, Roy Jones, E.H. Thomas, N.C, Jamieson, C.D. Thompson, Richard Scott, S.B. Hall, Claude C. Cate, H.W. Gilbertson, and Paul Maris. Front Row (l to r): Jay Smith, S.V. Smith, A.R. Chase, C.C. Calkins, C.J. Hurd, Roy Ward, Henry W. Tweed, Paul Spillman, Mac Hoke, and Frank Ballard.
Box-Folder 5.1: Eugene Fruit Growers Association - Eugene Plants, circa 1930
Extent: 1 nitrate copy negative of published aerial view

Series 5: Lane County Extension, 1929-1995
The Lane County Extension Photographs consist of images created and assembled by Lane County Extension Office staff. The photographs document Extension Service programs and activities in Lane County including program participants and staff; the Lane County Fair; and agriculture and forestry in Lane County. Many of the images depict 4-H youth activities; photographs of home economics extension programs for nutrition education are also included. Some of the photos were published in the monthly newsletter. The bulk of the images are b/w prints; however, the series also includes color prints as well as b/w and color negatives. This series is unprocessed; the materials are smoke-damaged and require special handling and storage.
Extent: approximately 1000 photographs

Box-Folder 6.1: Lane County
Box-Folder 6.2: Boys Camp, 1945
Box-Folder 6.3: 4-H and County Fair Grounds
Box-Folder 6.4: 4-H After School Activities
Box-Folder 6.5: 4-H April, May, and June, 1980s
Box-Folder 6.6: 4-H Activities
Box-Folder 6.7: Lane County Fiar Youth Events, 1990
Box-Folder 6.8: Bunnies 4-H Members of Pleasant Hill
Box-Folder 6.9: Summer Week
Box-Folder 6.10: Hard-backed photos, 1960s-1970s
Box-Folder 6.11: County Fair, 1991
Box-Folder 6.12: Individuals, 1991-1992
Box-Folder 6.13: October-December, 1992
Box-Folder 7.1: Awards
Box-Folder 7.2: Homemaking, 1950s
Box-Folder 7.3: Crop demonstration
Box-Folder 7.4: Newspaper, 1991
Box-Folder 7.5: Individuals and Events
Box-Folder 7.6: Master Woodland Managers, 1989
Box-Folder 7.7: Extension Activities, Winter 1992-1993
Box-Folder 7.8: Extension Newspaper, April 1992
Box-Folder 7.9: Groups and Individuals, 1929-1990s
Box-Folder 7.10: Jackman Brochure
Box-Folder 7.11: Historic Extension Photos
Box-Folder 7.12: Summer Week
Box-Folder 7.13: Copies, Spring 1995
Box-Folder 7.14: Newspaper, 1990
Box-Folder 7.15: Newspaper, March 1995
Box-Folder 7.16: Newspaper, August 1995
Box-Folder 7.17: Newspaper, February 1995
Box-Folder 7.18: Agriculture
Box-Folder 7.19: Newspaper, July 1993
Box-Folder 7.20: Duplicates-Camp, Building, Science, Staff
Box-Folder 7.21: Cooking and Sewing Duplicates
Box-Folder 7.22: Livestock and Gardening Duplicates
Box-Folder 7.23: 4-H Natural Science
Box-Folder 7.24: 4-H Science / Industrial Skills/ Sports
Box-Folder 7.25: 4H'ers Parties
Box-Folder 7.26: 4-H Sewing and Knitting
Box-Folder 7.27: 4-H Camping and Field Trips
Box-Folder 7.28: 4-H Cooking, Preserving, Nutrition Education
Box-Folder 7.29: Livestock
Box-Folder 7.30: Homemakers
Box-Folder 7.31: Cooking, Baking, Nutrition
Box-Folder 7.32: Adult Sewing, etc.
Box-Folder 7.33: "At the Fair"
Box-Folder 7.34: Awards
Box-Folder 7.35: Educational
Box-Folder 7.36: 4-H Livestock
Box-Folder 7.37: 4-H Arts and Crafts
Box-Folder 7.38: 4-H Livestock
Box-Folder 7.39: Summer Week, 1986
Box-Folder 7.40: 4-H Awards
Box-Folder 7.41: 4-H Agriculture
Box-Folder 7.42: Lambs for KVAL TV
Box-Folder 7.43: Negatives
Series 6: Linn County Extension, circa 1921 - 1950
Series VI consists of images of Linn County Extension staff and activities assembled by Oscar E. Mikesell, Linn County Extention Agent. The images depict women pounding cotton for mattresses made by the Extension Service during World War II; Van and Merle Smith at a party in their honor; the 4-H Club Corn Show sponsored by the Bank of Albany; and O.E. Mikesell, Linn County Extension Agent, with members of the Livestock Association. The series also includes a published panoramic photograph of club members and exhibits at the Shedd Club Fair in about 1921. The fair included the Shedd Shorthorn Calf Club, Lake Creek Jersey Calf Club, Shedd Jersey Calf Club, Shedd Cooking Club, and Oakville Pig Club.
Extent: 5 prints and 1 published panoramic photograph

Box-Folder 8.9: 4-H Linn County, 1921-1950
Series 7: Benton County Extension Home Economics Study Groups, 1973-1996
Series VII consists of images documenting the programs and activities of home economics study groups sponsored by the Benton County Extension Service. The photographs depict classes, workshops and tours; study group meetings; and an anniversary celebration and Christmas parties. Images of Benton County Extension staff are also included. The classes, workshops, and tours include cooking and food preservation; a visit to a sunroom and greenhouse attached to a house; and repair of outdoor furniture. Several images of the 25th anniversary celebration (in 1981) of a group established in 1956 are included as well as photographs of a meeting of the Northwest Hill Study Group. Of special note are images of Master Food Preservers providing information to shoppers at Corvallis Wednesday farmers markets in the mid-1980s. The series includes 112 color slides, 78 b/w and color prints, and 53 35 mm color negatives (frames).
Extent: 243 photographs in 3 folders

Box-Folder 9.2: Benton County Extension Office Home Ec Study Groups and Classes, 1982
Box-Folder 9.3: Benton County Extension Office Home Ec Study Groups and Christmas Parties, 1981-1996
Box-Folder 9.4: Benton County Extension Office Home Ec Study Groups, 1973-1990

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