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Beadwork, as a 4-H club project, has been revised among the Indians on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation.

A group of women who attended a farm house demonstration tour in Powell Butte, Crook County, 1918-1919.

Women attending a wool uses class at Oregon State College, ca 1935.

Mary Anne Crocker measures the hem of a skirt for a young homemaker on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation, 1958.

Zelta Feike Rodenwold, director of women's programs at KOAC radio, doing a broadcast.

OSU Spanish instructor Rose Esperanza on a Spanish language cooking show on television in Salem, ca 1978.

Vanda Winegar, 14, with the banana nut bread which she made in 4-H. Redmond, Oregon, Deschutes County, 1961

Girls Sewing club of Prineville, Crook County, October 1923.

Float from Crook County High School Day featuring the 'Queens of the Kitchen", Prineville, Oregon, May 8, 1914.

Practicing proper posture. Benton County 1925.