Historical Photos: Miscellaneous (Prior to 1950)
Miss Margaret Fox Johnson, weaving a rug from discarded garments. Hundreds of women are converting similar material into attractive hooked, braided and woven rugs.”
Mrs. Anita Lopes reviving the all but lost art of old Spanish needle work which flourished in St. Augustine during the days of Spanish control. This needle work is very beautiful and intricately designed and defies the use of machinery in the designing of its pattern.
Francis Horn (right) going over poultry projects with 4-H Boy. James McClung, Jefferson County. Date unknown
Faye tended it as a 4-H project. Date and location unknown
14-year-old prize-winning poultry club member of Pasco County, Fla., believes in keeping his poultry house clean. Tom wins money and merchandise on his Rhode Island Reds at the fairs and makes money off of them when he gets them back home.
4-H girls barwomen band plays for club meetings, entertainments and other functions throughout the county.
Madison County, Fla. Date unknown
near Shady Grove, Florida.
“Duroc Jersey”, 30 months old, the Pig Club furrowed and raised 30 pigs in 18 months. Madison, Florida. Unknown date.
Walton County. Date unknown.
Walton County, Fla. Date unknown.
Beaulah Felts is the leader. Jefferson County.
with local leader Travis Loften, former Club boy.
instructing club boys in machinery, Jefferson County.
Club boy near Newberry, Florida, sowing crotalaria on acre his father rented to Government on Corn and Hog Contract. Bill is using this acre to build up the soil for better crops in his 4-H club work next year. (Additional information-This photograph was taken in Alachua County, Florida.)
Left to right standing: 4-H club members Ralph Arant-Milton; Paul Simmons-Plant City; CLifford Boyles-Callaham; Richard Bradford-Tallahassee; Raymond Crabtree-Jacksonville. Seated: Rokno Kimaya-Coca Ranon; Frederick Barber-Pensacola; Hugh Dukes-Duket; Allen Phips-Montichello; William Platt-Marion. (Additional information-This looks like it was taken on campus at UF in Gainesville.)
Jack was just beginning his pig club project.
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