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Collection 2100 - M. L. Wilson Papers, 1913-1970

Creator: Wilson, M. L. (Milburn Lincoln), 1885-1969

Provenance Note: Personal papers created or collected by Milburn Lincoln Wilson were donated to Special Collections by Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wilson, and their daughter, Virginia Wilson Simons. His Ford Foundation Papers, Collection 1434, and miscellaneous correspondence, Collection 2100, have been incorporated with this collection. An inventory of Wilson's Lincoln Collection appears in Box 57, Folder 51.

Historical Note: Milburn Lincoln Wilson was born in Atlantic, Iowa on 23 October 1885, the son of John Wesley and Mary E. (Magee) Wilson. He received a B.S.A. from Iowa State College, Ames, in 1907 and his M.S. in agricultural economics and rural sociology from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in 1920. He began his career as a farmer in 1907. He served as Assistant State Agronomist at Montana State College, Bozeman, 1910-12; County Agent in Custer County, Montana, 1912-14; Montana State Extension Agent Leader, 1914-22; and an extension agricultural economist at Montana State College, 1922-24. Between 1924 and 1926 he took charge of the U.S.D.A. division of farm management and cost accounting. During his stint as professor and head of the Department of Agricultural Economics at Montana State College, 1926-33, he provided consultation on large-scale wheat farming in the U.S.S.R., 1929. From May 16 to September 1, 1933, Wilson served as the Chief Wheat Production Secretary in the Agricultural Adjustment Administration and then moved on to the directorship of the Division of Subsistence Homesteads in the Department of the Interior until June 30, 1934. In 1934, Wilson was appointed the Assistant Secretary of Agriculture and in 1937 the Undersecretary of Agriculture until 1 February 1940 when he became the Director of Extension Work at U.S.D.A. While Director, he also filled in as the Chief of Nutrition Programs and in the Production and Marketing Administration between 1943 and 1949. He was a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Farm Economic Association (president, 1925), Epsilon Sigma Phi, Phi Kappa Phi, and Alpha Zeta. He was also a Unitarian and belonged to the Cosmos club. His writings include Farm Relief and the Domestic Allotment Plan (1933) and Democracy Has Roots (1939). Married on December 17, 1913 to Ida Morse from Cromwell, Minnesota, Wilson made his home in Washington, D.C. where he died in October 1969 and is buried in Rock Creek Cemetery.

Content Description Note: The M.L. Wilson papers have been arranged in 12 series based on the general topical concentration of each series. This collection of agriculturally-related materials comprises correspondence from 1913 to 1970 to, from and by Wilson and others; biographical materials about Wilson; materials created by others; items on India and Pakistan; Wilson's home office collection; a series on various subjects; pamphlets, which includes many rare items from as far back as 1674; extension publication generated during Wilson's tenure at the Ford Foundation; publications assembled by Wilson which he considered of some interest or importance for extension workers; and various materials gathered during Wilson's tenure at the U.S.D.A. Much of the material follows Wilson's original organization thus items do not always appear in alphabetical or chronological order. Photographs have been removed from their original folders, a separation notice was placed in the folder, the folder number in this finding aid was marked with an asterisk, and each photograph placed in Series 12 unless otherwise noted. Wilson's collecting activities for his Lincoln Collection are also included in this collection.

Contents

Series 1 Correspondence, 1913-1970
Series 2 Biographical and Other Materials
Series 3 Materials by Others
Series 4 India and Pakistan
Series 5 Home Office Collection, 1935-1971
Series 6 Subjects
Series 7 Pamphlets
Series 8 Extension Publications (Ford Foundation)
Series 9 Publications for Extension Workers
Series 10 USDA
Series 11 Collecting Activities -- Lincoln Collection
Series 12 Photographs

Series 1: Correspondence, 1913-1970

Business correspondence to and from M.L. Wilson, his employees, and colleagues referring to agricultural, academic course, and war related topics, during his period at the U.S. Department of the Interior, Department of Agriculture, Fairway Farms Corporation, Extension Service, the Ford Foundation and post retirement. Also includes copies of correspondence to and from others given to Wilson as courtesy, and enclosures regarding speeches, schedules, programs, professional papers, notes, etc. Files are arranged chronologically. Much of the enclosure material is not obviously related to the contained correspondence, but was part of the original correspondence files. See Series 5 for other correspondence. All photographs have been removed from the correspondence and placed in numerical order in Series 12: Photographs. Each Folder from which photographs have been removed is marked by an asterisk in this finding aid.

Box 1
1. Correspondence 1913-1927
2. 1933, 1934-1935
3. 1937-38
4. 1938
5. 1939
6.* 1939
7. 1939
8-12. 1940
13-14. 1941
15. 1942-43
16-25. 1944
26-32. 1945

Box 2
1-4. Correspondence 1945
5-7. 1946
8-10. 1947
11-13. 1948
14-25. 1949
26-32. 1950

Box 3
1-2. Correspondence 1950
3-8. 1951
9-14. 1952
15-30. 1953
31-36. 1954

Box 4
1-6. Correspondence 1954
7-16. 1955
17. 1956
18-23. 1957
24. 1958
25. 1958-59
26. 1960-61
27. 1961
28-29. 1962
30. 1963
31. 1964
32. 1965
33. 1968-70

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Series 2: Biographical and Other Materials

Biographical Material contains biographical notes and articles on M.L. Wilson's life, excerpts of his work and letters reflecting on his life. Speeches includes remarks, talks, addresses in manuscript form, presented papers, drafts for speeches, and notes by Wilson. Next, this series provides articles, trip reports, unpublished materials, itineraries, and miscellaneous notes. Notes/Clippings provides notes from M.L.'s book collections and newspaper clippings on various topics, memberships, miscellaneous pamphlets, photos, and tickets. Typed Manuscripts includes parts of typed manuscripts of unknown origin. All photographs have been removed from the correspondence and placed in numerical order in Series 12. Other publications by M.L. Wilson are found in Series 7. Each folder from which photographs have been removed is marked by an asterisk.

Box 5
1-3. Biographical Material
4. Speeches, 1935, 1938
5. Speeches, 1939
6-11. Speeches, 1941
12-13. Speeches, 1942
14.Speeches, 1943
15-17. Speeches, 1944
18. Speeches, 1946, 1952-53
19-21.Speeches, Notes and sources 1960
22. Publications, 1926, 1932, 1940
23. Publications, 1941-45, 46, 48
24. Publications, 1949
25. Publications, 1956-57
26. Revised Itinerary . . . visit to India, 1953
27-29. Notes: 1940s
30. Notes: 1955, 59
31. Notes: 1960
32. Notes: 1968
33. Notes: unidentified fragments, some in M.L. Wilson's handwriting
34-37. Notes/Clippings

Box 6
1-4. Notes/Clippings
5-6. Typed manuscripts; may have been written by M.L. Wilson; no descriptors

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Series 3: Materials by Others, 1927-1962

Radio addresses, speeches, magazine articles, statements, and releases by Henry A. Wallace, Secretary of Agriculture (1933-1940). Topics covered include farm relief, past and future of the U.S.D.A., politics, the cooperative movement, National Recovery Administration, farm depression, agricultural production control, land planning, agricultural economics, national agricultural planning, Arbor Day, corn, capitalism, foreign trade, Thomas Jefferson, farmers and consumers, unified action, national forests, taxes and tariffs, social change, agricultural adjustment, religion, states' rights, weather forecasting, home markets, technology, George Washington Carver, Booker T. Washington, dairy farming, agricultural security, conservation, peace, farm tenancy, rural resettlement, rural poverty, price/supply stabilization, farm leaders, U.S. Constitution and federal courts, information access, Southern agriculture, insects, plant disease, cotton agriculture, textile workers, Weather Bureau, morality, economic democracy, democracy, land values, roads, grass, pellagra, legislation, flood control, Ever Normal Granary, radio broadcasting, books, wheat, railroads, national farm program, government regulation, phosphate, and research. Speeches and radio talks by associates of Henry A. Wallace follow. Topics include timber, agricultural limestone, tobacco, cotton, the agricultural conservation program, extension work, Agricultural Adjustment Administration, soil conservation, farm programs, Agricultural Farm Act of 1938, and referendums. Papers by, about, and related to Henry A. Wallace are arranged according to the list found in Folder 31. Topics addressed include Wallace's ideas on agriculture, agricultural research, religion, a book review, and economics. Speeches, reports, releases, and radio broadcasts by and referring to Chester C. Davis, administrator of the Agricultural Adjustment Act (1934-36), Professor of Agricultural Economics (University of California) include items arranged in the order found on the list in Folder 39. Subjects provide information on benefit payments, farm income, grass, Agricultural Adjustment Administration, agricultural adjustment, referendums, farm politics, Supreme Court decisions, and economic development. Speeches, addresses, radio broadcasts, news articles, and papers from Wilson's "collection of speeches by others" cover agricultural marketing methods, national farm problems, 4-H, cooperative extension, cow testing associations, U.S. agricultural history, farm relief, labor unions, tariffs, fertilizers, McNary-Haugen bill, farming business, agricultural economics, Northern Great Plains, Agricultural Conservation Program, commencements, inaugurations, farm policy, land settlement, grain marketing, wheatland, grass, precipitation, Western Kansas, manufacturing, Missouri River, Basin, land adjustment, and farm production adjustment.

Box 6 (cont.)
7-10. Henry A. Wallace, Speeches 1933
11-14. Henry A. Wallace, Speeches 1934
15-22. Henry A. Wallace, Speeches 1935
23-29. Henry A. Wallace, Speeches 1936
30-37.Henry A. Wallace, Speeches 1937

Box 7
1-12. Henry A. Wallace Speeches 1937
13-18. Henry A. Wallace, Speeches 1938
19-21. Henry A. Wallace, Speeches 1939 (Note: includes list of speeches for 1939, 1940, 1943)
22. Henry A. Wallace, Speeches 1940, 1943
23. Speeches by Wallace Associates Brown, Harry L. The Place of Timber Farming in Modern Agriculture 1938
24. Farrington, C.C., The Use of Agricultural Limestone Under the Revised 1938 Agricultural Conservation Program
25. Hutson, J.B. Tobacco and Cotton Under the New Farm Act 1938
26-30. Tolley, H.R., The Agricultural Conservation Program and Extension Work 1936
31. Sillars, Malcolm L., Henry A. Wallace's Editorials on Agricultural Discontent, 1921-1928 (1952)
32. Wallace, Henry A., Research, The Research in the Loaf of Agriculture 1936
33. Wallace, Henry A., Hatred, Love, and Faith in a World of Force, 1953
34. Wallace, Henry A., Corn and the Midwestern Farmer, 1956
35. Review of Wallace's Paths to Plenty 27 Jan [1938]
36. Bradley, Linn MontClair, Social Economics Forum, 1935
37. Jefferson, Jackson, Lincoln and the Executive and the Courts
38. The Democratic Farm Program
39-43. Davis, Chester C., 1934-35

Box 8
1-3. Davis, Chester C., 1935-36, 1955
4. Ashby, A. W., Notes on Dr. M.L. Wilson's Paper "Social Implications of Economic Progress in Present-Day Agriculture"
5. Barnes, Julius H., Address . . . to the Committee of Seventeen of Farmers' Organizations Appointed to Consider Grain Marketing Problems 1920
6. Bass, Robert P., Some Farm Problems Which Are Not Regional 5 December [?]
7. Bliss, R.K., 1953, 1959, 1962
8. Copeland, Royal S., Address . . . at the Ninth Annual Meeting of the American Farm Bureau Federation 6 December [?]
9. Diamond, Jay G., Whose Business is Farming, After All? 1936
10. Dodd, William E., Shall American Farmers Become Peasants? 5 December [?]
11. Early, Stephen , Summary of a Report of the Great Plains Committee 1938
12. Elliott, F.F., Economic Implications of the Agricultural Conservation Program of the Agricultural Adjustment Administration 1936
13. Friday, David, Commencement and Inaugural Address (Michigan Agricultural College) 1922
14. Galbraith, J.K., Farm Policy: Some Proposals for Improvement 1952
15-16. Hardin, Charles M.
17. Herzer, T.O.F., Some Recent Developments in Land Settlement 1930
18. Hill, Lister, To the American Farm Bureau Federation 6 December [?]
19. Hope, Clifford R., The Voluntary Domestic Allotment Plan of Farm Relief 1932
20. Jewett, George C., and J. Ralph Pickell National Grain Marketing Debate 1922
21. Jones, Lloyd E., Stabilizing Farming by Shifting Wheatland to Grass in the Northern Great Plains ca. 1948
22. Long, Erren, Assisting Low Income Farmers 1954
23. Mongomery, George, Fall Precipitation and Wheat Yields in Western Kansas 1938
24. Pershing, John J., Address to Farm Bureau Federation 1927
25. Roterus, Victor, and Sterling March Recent Industrial Growth in the Missouri Basin States 1950
26. Simpson, John A., What is the Matter? / What is the Cause? / What is the Remedy? 15 July 1931
27. Thompson, S.H., The Importance of Agriculture 5 December [?]
28. Trimble, William J., The Agrarian History of the United States as a Subject for Research
29. Tugwell, Rexford G., Renewed Frontiers 1934
30. Welch, Frank J., Adjusting Farm Production 1954

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Series 4: India and Pakistan

This series includes materials in the form of reports, letters, maps, notes, itineraries, surveys, programs, reviews, forms, charts, leaflets, calling cards, interviews, newspaper clippings, and questionnaires mainly on India and Pakistan arranged in alphabetical order by region and by subject. Produced by M.L. Wilson's office as U.S. Director of the Extension Service, subjects include Indian community development, village life, state farms and schools, land reform, agricultural economics, agricultural conditions, training, the cooperative movement, rural credit, crops, education, extension service, farm organizations, seminars, course outlines, curricula, planning, food grains, politics, health services, experiment farms, research, self-sufficiency, veterinary, electrification, sanitation, technology, geography, museums, religion, fertilization, intensive cultivation, socio-economic research, land reform, youth, and women workers.

Box 8 (cont.)
31. India Maps
32. Agasteeswaram Community
33-34. Agra
35. Ajmer 1953
36-37. Allahabad
38. Assam
39. Azerbaijan
40-44. Bengal
45-47. Bhadson Pilot Extension Project
48. Bhopel
49. Bihar (State)

Box 9
1-2. Bihar (State)
3. Bikram
4. Bombay
5. Burdwan
6-10. Community Development
11. Credit India 1954
12. Etawah 1957
13-15. Education
16. Evaluation 1955
17-25. Extension Service
26-29. Extension Training in India
30-36. Five Year Plans
37. Flag (Iran)
38. Garmsar (map)
39-42. Gram Sevika (Village Level Extension Workers)

Box 10
1. Health, Proposed Pilot Health Services Program at Gandhigram
2-6. Hyderabad
7. Jaipur
8. Mandya
9-11. Madhya Pradesh
12-15. Mysore
16. Nandi Hill Station
17-23. New Delhi
24. Nimsandia
25. Orissa (Village) (State)
26-31. Pepsu
32. Population
33-37. Punjab

Box 11
1-2. Punjab
3. Ormanjhi
4-6. Rural Development
7. Taragona
8. Universities: Mandya
9-23. Universities: Punjab
24-26. Uttar Pradesh
27-28. Village Program Planning
29. Visva Bharati
30-32. Women

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Series 5: Home Office Collection, 1935-1971

Series 5 encompasses materials found in the original arrangement of the collection as M.L. Wilson Home Office Collection, 1935-1971 and is divided into 14 topical sections closely following the subdivision used in the original office collection format. Topical headings are not in alphabetical order. Teaching includes items on the teaching of agriculture topics and the history of science, with clippings related to teaching. Extension Meeting Excerpts, 1944-45 regards excerpts from extension meetings from 1944 through 1945. Letters to State Extension Directors accesses letters to state extension directors, mostly in mimeograph form and as newsletters, from 1946 to 1952, and is arranged in chronological order. Thomas Jefferson reflects Wilson's interest in Thomas Jefferson. M.L. Wilson Correspondence includes correspondence to and from Wilson. Other M.L. Wilson correspondence is found in Series 1. Cooperative Extension Service addresses program planning, World War II activities, postwar issues, and nutrition, with regards to the part played by the Cooperative Extension Service and other agencies. Cooperative Extension Work considers educational aspects, leadership training, and land grant colleges/universities, with relation to the Cooperative Extension Service. Extension Service Review includes issues of the Extension Service Review from 1950 to 1952. Retired Overseas Group contains an item on a 1957 meeting of the Retired Overseas Group. Graduate Education for Foreign Service addresses graduate seminars, correspondence courses, workshops, and the USDA graduate school. Extension to Backward Countries regards field workers, foreign trainees and visitors, government agencies and nutrition in developing countries, agricultural science, community development, communication, foreign cultures, public administration, conferences, and bibliographies. Science and Agriculture has three issues of Agricultural Science Review. History of Science concerns the history of science, tractors, culture, USDA, and scientific method., M.L. Wilson publications, encompasses writings about community development, extension, culture, nutrition, education, and notes for a speech. Also see Series 2 for Wilson publications.

Box 11 (cont.)
33-35. Teaching

Box 12
1-3. Extension Meeting Excerpts 1944-45
4-30. Letters to State Extension Directors 1946-51
31. Thomas Jefferson Correspondence
32. Facsimile of Jefferson Correspondence
33. M.L. Wilson Correspondence
34. Cooperative Extension Service: Program Planning 1944-47
35-36. Cooperative Extension Service: World War II

Box 13
1. Cooperative Extension Service: World War II
2-13. Cooperative Extension Service: World Nutrition
14-26. Cooperative Extension Work: The Teaching Role 1939-62
27-32. Extension Service Review, 1950-52

Box 14
1. Retired Overseas Group; Sixth Meeting of Retired Overseas Group 1957
2-3. Graduate Education for Foreign Service
4-18. Extension to Backward Countries
19-21. Science and Agriculture Agricultural Science Review
22-26. History of Science
27-33. M.L. Wilson Publications 1940-56
34-37. M.L. Wilson 1940-56 Notes

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Series 6: Subject Files

Series 6 is presented in the original order found in M.L. Wilson's arrangement of these items and in alphabetical order. It begins with bibliographies of suggested books for overseas libraries and biographies. Community Development regards UN - sponsored training and technical assistance. Cuba covers the Cuban Commission, sugar problems, revolution, and economics. Democracy includes several papers dealing with democracy, liberty, agricultural depression, leadership, pragmatism, society, and economics. A list of papers covered is in Folder 15. Election Campaigns has a single pamphlet from a 1926 Montana legislative campaign. Exploration provides three samples of a celebration announcement dedicated to explorers of the Upper Missouri River. Fragments is a catchall for stray pages separated from the main bodies of letters. Germany treats agriculture in Baden-Wurtemmberg and includes photographs. Great Britain relates a British agricultural committee meeting report. Greece includes Wilson reports on extension and training in Greece. Dag Hammarskjold provides abstracts from lectures in his honor. India contains items about extension training programs, extension principles and methods, Wilson's itinerary and trip, agricultural problems and progress, community development, adult education, social structure, notes, village life, newsletters, industrial development, seeds, fertilizers, religion, culture, newsclippings, soils, extension organization, food production, home science, urbanism, economic planning, population, office forms, land reform, family planning, and politics related to India. Iran discusses political demonstrations. Latin America includes requests for technical assistance. Pakistan concerns cooperative extension, fertilizer, village aid, and agricultural problems Pakistan. Soil Conservation provides access to items on water planning, soil chemistry, and land reclamation. Syria/Lebanon reports on M.L. Wilson's 1951 trip. Photographs have been removed to Series 12; an asterisk appears next to the file number from which photographs have been removed.

Box 14 (cont.)
37. Bibliographies
38. Biographies: Sardar Satwant Singh, Ralph Elliott

Box 15
1-3. Community Development; United Nations Secretariat: Experiments in Training for Community Development, 1957
4-6. United Nations Secretary General: Evaluation of United Nations Technical Assistance Activities in the Field of Rural Community Development
7-14. Cuba 1930, 1934-36
15-20. Democracy (includes list of papers in this series)
21. Election Campaigns; F.S. Davis: Campaign literature for Montana State House 1926
22. Exploration: The Upper Missouri Historical Expedition (celebrations) Note: Oversize
23. Fragments (contains materials out of context)
24. Germany: A Synopsis of Food and Agriculture in Wurttemberg-Baden [1949]
25. Great Britain, 1958
26-27. Greece, 1948
28. Dag Hammarskjold Memorial Lectures , 1965
29-33*-46. India, 1951-58

Box 16
1-25. India, 1958-69
26-30. India: Ensminger, Douglas 1949, 1952-56, 1963-64, 1966
31. India: Mayer, Albert 1948

Box 17
1-3. India: Mayer, Albert 1951-52, 1955-56, 1958
4. Iran: Political demonstrations 1953
5. Latin America: Requests for U.S. Technical Assistance 1951
6-9. Pakistan: 1952-58
10-12. Soil Conservation 1935
13. Syria/Lebanon 1951

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Series 7: Pamphlets

Series 7 is arranged in alphabetical order by author. "Pamphlets" is the original designation of this part of Wilson's collection. It contains magazine clippings, papers, journals, books, newsletters, annual reports, maps, and pamphlets about Cuzco, agriculture, botany, agricultural history, archeology, professional meetings, world geography and history, land grant colleges, wheat, Rome, agricultural policy, Lord Nelson, soil conservation, legislation, Thomas Jefferson, government, Salt Lake region, Near East, civilization, New Mexico, British agriculture, democracy, Japanese history, Illinois agriculture, global exploration, songs, agricultural adjustment, Chautauqua, plants, erosion, remembrances (memoirs), U.S. patent system, Virginia history, farm programs, Nebraska water-bearing formations, Roman writers, farmer organization, the Bible, Thomas Jefferson, food habits, plows, working classes, British agriculture, German history, economics, Canadian Hutterites, American settlement and government, grain, sweet corn, absenteeism, Judaism, rural life, prehistoric humans, Chaco Canyon, employment, copper, Isle Royale, Yorktown battle, philosophy, geology, land tenure, maize, American presidents, anniversaries, Jamestown (VA), Bavarian agriculture, Native American agriculture and crafts, land, human intelligence, bread, French history, UNESCO, presidential inaugural ceremonies, Chinese temples, education, apples, Japanese farming, Greek and Roman farming, anthropology, religion, agricultural statistics, fruit trees, collectivization, settlement, literature, archaeology, diversification, fairs, livestock, paleontology, Custer Battlefield, physical geography, potatoes, evolution, horses, science, machinery, national defense, Mount Vernon, Europe, Napoleon, opinion polls, public policy, technical assistance programs, historic landmarks, social justice, Philadelphia Society, buildings, cheese, Great Plains, airplane manufacture, Lavosier, Egypt, Suez Canal, Roman forum, Admiral Dewey, Roman camps, French agriculture, cooperative extension, Chinese history, Vermont history, Roman baths, Native American language, Italian history, Montana gold camps, public lands, flax, hemp, agricultural imports, rural leadership, home economics, Greek history, sociology, English language, Montana agriculture, community development, dryland farming, human culture, Native American beadwork, and irrigation. Note that some of these items were authored by M.L. Wilson. Other Wilson publications are found in Series 2. Photographs have been removed to Series 12; an asterisk appears next to the file number from which photographs have been removed.

Box 17 (cont.)
14. Adams, Harriet Chalmers, Cuzco, America's Ancient Mecca 1908
15. Aaronson, Aaron, Agricultural and Botanical Explorations in Palestine 1910
16. Agricultural History Society, [Tables of Contents], Vol. 1 (1927) Vol. 39 (1965)
17. Albright, William Foxwell, The Rediscovery of Civilizations: Digging for Buried History
18. Allen, William Francis, Agriculture in the Middle Ages
19. American Economic Association, Can We Avoid a Post Armament Depression? 1941
20. American Economic Association, Joint Program 29-31 December 1930
21. The American Museum Journal, November 1918
22. The American Naturalist, March 1882
23. Andrews, Benj. F., The Land Grant of 1862 and the Land-Grant Colleges 1918
24. Andrews, C.C., The Condition and Needs of Spring Wheat Culture in the Northwest 1882
25. Ashby, Thomas, Rome 1929
26. Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities, Postwar Agricultural Policy 1944
27. Aston, Sir George, Nelson 1927
28. Baker, Ray Stannard, The Automobile in Common Use 1899
29. Barlow, J.H., The Art and Method of Hatching and Rearing All Kinds of Domestic Poultry and Game Birds by Steam 1827, [fragile]
30. Bennett, H.H., The Land and the People 1939
31. Bernhardt, Joshua, Sugar Act of 1937
32. Betts, Edwin M., The Correspondence Between Constantine Samuel Rafinesque and Thomas Jefferson 1944
33. Bevan, Edwyn, The World of Greece and Rome 1927
34. Birbeck, Morris, Letters from Illinois 1818, [fragile]

Box 18
1. Black, John D., Federal-State-Local Relations in Agriculture 1950
2. Boutwell, John M., The Salt Lake Region 1933
3. Bradford, Leland P., and John R.P. French, eds. The Dynamics of the Group Discussion 1948
4. Braidwood, Robert J., The Near East and the Foundations of Civilization 1952
5. Bratton, Sam G,. New Mexico 1930
6. British Information Services, Agriculture in Britain: A General Survey of Policy, Production and Organization 1951
7. British Information Services, Landmarks in Democracy: Developments in British Political History 1945
8. The British Yeoman and Rural Gazette 1832, [fragile]
9. Bryan, J. Ingram, A History of Japan 1928
10. Buck, Solon J., Agricultural Organization in Illinois, 1870-1880 (1910)
11. Burg, Amos, On Mackenzie's Trail to the Polar Sea 1931
12. Byrd, Richard Evelyn, The Conquest of Antarctica by Air 1930
13. C.C. Birchard & Co., No. 2: Twice 55 Community Songs 1917
14. Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, Forty-Fourth Annual Report, 1949
15. Chamber of Commerce of the United States, Agriculture Prices and Production under the Adjustment Administration
16. The Charm of Lisbon: A Short Guide for Those Who Do Not Know Her
17. The Chautauqua, Dec. 1906
18. Clark, W.E. Le Gros, History of the Primates 1950
19. Clements, Frederic E., Plant Succession and Human Problems 1935
20. Cobbett, William, A Year's Residence in the United States 1828, [fragile]
21. Coe, Conway P., An Outline of the Statement of Conway P. Coe, Commissioner of Patents 1939
22. Cohen, Elliot E., Citizen's Victory: Defeat of the "Common Man": The American People and Its Opinion-Molders [1948]

Box 19
1. Cointereau, A.M., Nouveau Traite
2. Colonial Williamsburg, Inc., The Capitol in Which the General Assembly of the Colony and Commonwealth of Virginia met from 1704 to 1779 (1936)
3. Colonial Williamsburg, Inc., A Handbook for the Exhibition Buildings of Colonial Williamsburg, Incorporated 1937
4. Committee for Economic Development, Toward a Realistic Farm Program 1957
5. Condra, G.E. and E.C. Reed , Water-Bearing Formations of Nebraska 1936
6. Conway, R.S., Great Writers of Rome 1930
7. Cook, O.F., Wild Wheat in Palestine 1913
8. Coulter, John Lee, Industrial History of the Red River of the North
9. Coulter, John Lee, Organization Among the Farmers of the United States 1909
10. Coulton, G.G., The Bible and the Reformation 1938
11. Crane, John, Thomas Jefferson 1948
12. Cussler, Margaret and Mary L. de Give, 'Twixt the Cup and the Lip: Psychological and Socio-Cultural Factors Affecting Food Habits 1952
13.* Danish Wheel Plows, ca. 1959
14. Darrow, Wayne, Washington Farmletter 25 August 1962
15. Dawson, W.H., A History of Germany 1928
16. Detrosier, R., On the Necessity of An Extension of Moral and Political Instruction Among the Working Classes 1831, [fragile]
17. Duckham, A.N., An Appraisal of Britain; 15 Centuries of British Agriculture 1948
18. [Early Economic Textbook]
19. Eaton, Joseph W., Canada's Scapegoats [1949]
20. Edwards, Everett E., Jefferson and Agriculture 1943
21. The Eight Hour Day for Railway Train Service Employes
22. Ellsworth, W.H., The Improvements in Agriculture 1843
23. Ellyson, J. Taylor (Mrs.), The First Permanent English Settlement in America and The First Legislative Assembly in America
24. Ely, Richard Theodor, (portrait removed from frame and placed with photographs)
25. Encyclopaedia Britannica, Agriculture 1875

Box 20
1. Encyclopaedia Britannica, Agriculture . . . Insects 1878
2. Equity Cooperative Exchange, Grain Growers Text Book 1916
3. Erwin, A.T., Sweet Corn Not an Important Indian Food Plant in the Pre-Columbian Period 1947
4. An Essay Showing the Erroneousness of the Prevalent Opinions with Respect to the Injurious Effects of Absenteeism 1826,
[fragile]
5. Essex Agricultural Society Reports of Committees . . . 1829, [fragile]
6. Fackenheim, Emil L., Can We Believe in Judaism Religiously?
7. Fallaize, E.H,. The Origins of Civilization 1928
8. Farming Life in New England 1853
9. Field, Henry , Prehistoric Man: Hall of the Stone Age of the Old World 1937
10. Fisher, Reginald G., Some Geographic Factors that Influenced the Ancient Populations of the Chaco Canyon, New Mexico 1934
11. Fisher, Reginald G., A Statement of the Relation of Physiography to Culture in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico
12. Fortune, How Can America Put Its Unemployed Back to Work? 1939
13. Fox, George R., The Ancient Copper Workings on Isle Royale 1911
14. Fusonie, Alan M., Heritage of American Agriculture: A Bibliography of Pre-1860 Imprints 1975
15. de Gallatin, Gaspard, Journal of the Siege of Yorktown, 1791 [1931]
16. Gibran, Kahlil, The Prophet 1945
17. Glazer, Nathan, "The American Soldier" as Science
18. Glock, Charles Y., Case Studies in Bringing Behavioral Science into Use 1961
19. Great Britain, The Representative's Answer (1722), Three Speeches (1718)
20. Gregory, Herbert E., Colorado Plateau Region 1933
21. Hale, Philip H., Hale's History of Agriculture by Dates 1915
22. Handlin, Oscar, Group Life Within the American Pattern
23. Harris, Marshall Dees, The Genesis of the Land Tenure System of the United States 1945
24. Harshberger, John H., Maize: A Botanical and Economic Study 1893

Box 21
1. Harvard Alumni Association, Harvard Alumni Bulletin (Tercentenary) 1936
2. Harvey, W.H., Coin's Financial School 1894
3. Harvey, William Henry, Coin's Financial School 1895
4. Haskin, Frederic J., Presidents and their Wives 1935
5. Hatch, Charles E., Jr., Jamestown, Virginia: The Town Site and Its Story 1952
6. Hatch, Charles E., Jr., Yorktown and the Siege of 1781 (1952)
7. Hatch, Charles E., Jr., Yorktown: Climax of the Revolution 1941
8. Haushofer, Heinz, The Historical Development in Agriculture
9. Haushofer, Heinz, The Main Data of the Bavarian Agric. History ca. 1950
10. Hibbard, Benjamin Horace, Indian Agriculture in Southern Wisconsin 1905
11. Higgins, James, The Second Report of James Higgins, M.D., State Agricultural Chemist, the House of Delegates of Maryland 1852
12. Hill, Geo. W., Walter Slocum and Ruth O. Hill, Man-Land Adjustment 1938
13. Hills, J.L., Five and Fifty Years, 1888-1942 1944
14. Holden, P.G., Corn Breeding at the University of Illinois, 1895-1900 (1948)
15. Hook, Sidney, Intelligence and Evil in Human History
16. House of Commons, Report from the Committee of the House of Commons on Laws relating to the Manufacture, Sale, and Assize of Bread 1815
17. Hubbard, G.E., The Temples of the Western Hills Visited from Peking 1923
18. Huddleston, Sisley, A History of France 1929
19. Hull, John, An Address to the Mechanics' Institute of Uxbridge and Its Vicinity 1832
20-21. The Humanist, 1950-51
22. Huxley, Julian, UNESCO: Its Purpose and Its Philosophy 1947

Box 22
1. Inauguration Ceremonies Program, 1937
2. Indian Print Shop, Navaho Blankets, Other Indian Handiwork 1907
3. Institute of International Education, The Institute of International Education, 1919-1944: Its Aims and Achievements during Twenty-Five Years 1944
4. Institute of International Education, News Bulletin 1947
5. Jack, Walter, The Apple 1944
6. Japanese Farm Survey
7. Jasny, Naum, The Daily Bread of the Ancient Greeks and Romans 1950
8. Jefferson, Thomas, A Virginia Gentleman's Library 1952
9. Keeton, A.W., Laxton and Its Past
10. Klonsky, Milton, Greenwich Village: Decline and Fall
11. Krieger, Herbert W., Peoples of the Philippines 1942
12. Kristol, Irving, God and the Psychoanalysts
13. Kuper, Theodore Fred, Thomas Jefferson, The Giant 1926 [1927]
14. Kuska, J.B., Study of Agricultural Statistics of Thomas County, Kansas for the Thirty Year Period 1885 to 1914, inclusive 1918
15. Kyle, Thomas, A Treatise on the Management of Peach and Nectarine Trees; either in Forcing-Houses or on Hot and Common Walls 1787, [fragile]
16. Ladejinsky, W,. Collectivization of Agriculture in the Soviet Union 1934
17. Land Settlement Association, Ltd., Land Settlement 1936
18. Lavrin, Janko, Russian Literature 1927
19. Lawson, Publius V., The Potawatomi 1920
20. Lawson, S., An Essay on the Use of Mixed and Compressed Cattle Fodder . . . 1797, [fragile]
21. Legge, Alexander, More Diversification on the Farm: Agriculture's Present Need 1923
22. Lemmer, George F., The Early Agricultural Fairs of Missouri 1943
23. Lemmer, George F., The Spread of Improved Cattle Through the Eastern United States to 1850 1947
24. Lewis, Brackett , Facts About Democracy in Czechoslovakia 1938
25. Lewis, E.E. and M.M. Chambers, New Frontiers of Democracy: The Story of American in Transition 1935
26. Lloyd, W.A., J.S. Leaming and His Corn [1911]
27. Lord, Russell Food, Farmers, and the Future, Part III 1942
28. Lucas, Frederic A., The Truth About the Mammoth 1899
29. Luce, Edward S. and Evelyn S. Luce, Custer Battlefield National Monument, Montana 1955
30. McDonald, Angus , Early American Soil Conservationist 1959 [1941]
31. McKee, Edwin D., Ancient Landscapes of the Grand Canyon Region 1931

Box 23
1. Marbut, C.F., Soils of the Great Plains 1923
2. Marrett, R.R., Man in the Making: An Introduction to Anthropology 1927
3. Martin, Paul S., Archaeology of North America, Part 2 1933
4. Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture, On the Culture of Potatoes: Extracted from Communications Made to the Board of Agriculture in Great Britain 1798, [fragile]
5. Matthew, W.D. and S.H. Chubb, Evolution of the Horse 1921
6. Mercer, W.B., British Farming 1951
7. Merriam, John C., The Place of Geology Among the Sciences [1929]
8. Merriam, John C., Ultimate Values of Science 1935
9. Michelson, Peter, Den sjaellandske krog 1958
10. Michigan State Farm Bureau, Annual Report for Year Ending Jan. 31, 1922 (1922)
11. Miller, Merritt Finley, The Evolution of Reaping Machines 1902
12. Modern Man is Obsolete 1945
13. Monthly Science News No. 45 1945
14. Moore, Thomas, The Great Error of American Agriculture Exposed and Hints for Improvement Suggested 1801, [fragile]
15. Moulton, Harold G., Fundamental Economic Issues in National Defense 1941
16. Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union, Mount Vernon 1953
17. Mountford, Charles P., Earth's Most Primitive People: A Journey with the Aborigines of Central Australia 1946
18. Mowat, R. B., Europe in the Age of Napoleon 1927
19. Mowat, R. B., A History of Europe, 476-1925 (1928)
20. Myers, Robert Cobb, Opinion Polls and Public Policy
21. National Conference on Land Utilization, Recommendations of the National Conference on Land Utilization November 1931
22. Near East Foundation, Suggested Criteria for Evaluating Certain Types of Technical Assistance Programs 1957
23. Nuderscher, Frank, Historic Landmarks in and About St. Louis 1938
24. Orwin, C.S., The History of Laxton 1935
25. Osborn, Frederick, To What Extent is a Science of Man Possible? 1939
26. Paine, Thomas, Agrarian Justice Opposed to Agrarian Law, and to Agrarian Monopoly 1819 [fragile]
27. Parkinson, Richard , George Washington: Statement of Richard Parkinson [Lincolnshire Farmer] 1909
28. Parry, R., Particulars of the Breeding Stock . . . 1791 [fragile]
29.* Payne, F.G., The Plough in Ancient Britain 1948
30. Peters, Richard, A Discourse on Agriculture 1816 [fragile]
31. [Petters, John, Sir], St. Foine Improved: A Discourse Shewing the Utility and Benefit which England Hath and May Receive by the Grasse Called St. Foine 1674 [fragile]

Box 24
1. Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, Celebration of the One Hundred Fiftieth Anniversary 1935
2. Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, (4 items 1785-1789) [fragile]
3. Phillips, W. Alison, The French Revolution 1929
4. Plan Age March 1940
5. Playfair, William A., Letter on Our Agricultural Distresses . . . Shewing the Prices of Wheat, Bread, and Labour, from 1565 to 1821 (1821) [fragile]
6. Polygon Tulip Time in Holland Rembrandt
7. Progressive National Committee, A Contract with the People: Platform of the Progressive Party Adopted at Its First National Convention 1912
8. Public Affairs Committee, Inc., Saving Our Soil 1937
9. Quaintance, H.W., The Influence of Farm Machinery on Production and Labor 1904
10. Quarles, Marguerite Stuart, Pocahontas: Bright Stream Between Two Hills 1939
11. Raby, F.J.E. and P.K. Baillie Reynolds, Thetford Priory, Norfolk 1946
12. Ramamurti, V., Indian Agriculture, 1950-75 (1957)
13. Reiche, Parry , The Toreva-Block A Distinctive Landslide Type 1937
14. Reid, T.W., The Book of Cheese 1901
15. Report of Conditions in the Great Plains as of July 30, 1944
16. Reuther, Walter P., The Reuther Plan 1940
17. Rew, R.H. , English Rural Life and Farming: Past and Present 1913
18. Riley, Edward M. and Charles E. Hatch, Jr., Jamestowne in the Words of Contemporaries 1944
19. de la Riviere, R. Dujarric, Lavoisier Economiste 1949
20. Roberts, Frank H.H., Jr., Egypt and the Suez Canal 1943
21. Romanelli, Pietro, The Roman Forum 1950
22. Roosevelt, Theodore, Admiral Dewey 1899
23. Bryce, Ryan and Neal Gross, Acceptance and Diffusion of Hybrid Corn Seed in Two Iowa Communities 1950
24. Saltonstall, Leverett, An Address Before the Essex Agricultural Society 1843
25. Scenes from the Cumberland-Carlisle Bicentennial Celebration 1962
26. Schoenberger, H., The Roman Camp: Saalburg 1949
27. Schweizerischen Landwirtschaftlichen Verein Die Gruene 17 March 1949
28. Serres, Olivier de, Pere de Lagriculture Francaise 1941 [fragile]

Box 25
1. Shantz, H.L., Challenge of Erosion to Botanists 1935
2. Shaw, Thomas, The Feeding and Management of Live Stock 1902
3. Simons, L.R., Early Forms of Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics ca. 1963
4. Soothill, W.E., A History of China 1927
5. The State of the Corn Trade . . . 1753 [fragile]
6. Stocks, J.L., An Introduction to Philosophy 1929
7. The Story of Old Vermont [1949]
8. Sturtevant, E.L., Varieties of Corn 1899
9. Swinton, William , Grammar-School Geography 1880
10. Taylor, Alfred J., The Roman Baths of Bath 1940
11.* Thaer, Albrecht, 1752 to 1828 Portrait
12. Thomson, J.A.K., Plato and Aristotle 1928
13. Tolley, H.R. and S.W. Mendum, A Method of Testing Farm-Management and Cost-of- Production Data for Validity of Conclusions 1924
14. Tomkins, William, Universal Indian Sign Language of the Plains Indians of North America 1926
15. Townsend, Edmund, A View of the Injurious Effects of the Present Bankrupt System ... 1822 [fragile]
16. Toynbee, Arnold J., Christianity and Civilisation 1947
17. Trevelyan, G.M., (Mrs.) A History of Italy 1928
18. Trexler, Harrison A., "Flour and Wheat in the Montana Gold Camps, 1862-1870" (1918)
19. Trimble, William, Introductory Manual for the Study and Reading of Agrarian History 1917
20. Trimble, William J., The Influence of the Passing of the Public Lands 1914
21. Turner, Thomas, New Methods of Improving Flax and Flax-Seed and Bleaching Cloath 1715 [fragile]
22. U.S. Commissioner of Agriculture, Report of the Flax and Hemp Commission 1865
23-27. U.S.D.A., Cooperative Extension Work 1921-26
28. U.S.D.A., Corn Loans, Acreage Allotments and Marketing Quotas 1938
29. U.S.D.A., Dry Land Wheat Yields Go Up As Moisture Goes Down 1936
30. U.S.D.A., Land Policy Review Summer 1946

Box 26
1. U.S.D.A., Report of the Director of the Extension Service 1926
2. U.S.D.A., The Significance of Agricultural Imports 1936
3. U.S. Department of the Interior, Pacific Northwest Opportunities: A Digest of the Study Issued by the Bonneville Power Administration
4. U.S. Extension Service, Serving American Agriculture: A Report of Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics in 1933 (1936)
5. U.S. Extension Service, Building Rural Leadership: A Report of Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics in 1935 (1939)
6. U.S. Extension Service, Meeting the Challenge of Agriculture: A Report of Extension Work in Agriculture & Home Economics in 1936 (1939)
7-9. U.S. Extension Service, Report of the Director of the Extension Service 1924, 1929-30
10. U.S. Extension Service, Statistics of Cooperative Extension Work, 1920-21 (1920)
11. U.S. Federal Board for Vocational Education, Analysis of the Management of a Farm Business: Managerial-Training Content of the Type Jobs of a Farm as a Business Unit 1923
12. U.S. Geological Survey, Geological Map of New Mexico 1928
13. U.S. Geological Survey, Geological Map of Northeastern United States 1932
14. U.S. Geological Survey, Geological Map of Southeastern United States 1932
15. U.S. Geological Survey, Geological Map of Arizona 1924
16. Virginia Conservation Commission, Carry Me Back to Old Virginia
17. Voluntary Domestic Allotment Plan, The Evening Republican, Mitchell, SD
18. Voorhis, Jerry (Hon.), Monopoly Control Act 1939
19. Warmington, E.H., Athens 1928
20. Warren, G.F., The Agricultural Depression ca. 1920s
21. Wayland, Sloan R., Social Patterns of Farming 1951
22. Weekley, Ernest , The English Language 1928
23. Wenley, A.G., and John A. Pope China 1944
24. West, Edward (Sir), The Application of Capital to Land, 1815 (1903)
25. West, Geo. A., The Indian Authorship of Wisconsin Antiquities 1907
26. Wheeler, Mortimer (Sir), Caerleon Roman Amphitheatre, Monmouthshire 1950

Box 27
1. Wickard, Claude R., Agricultural Production Goals for 1942 (1941)
2. Wilson, Martin L., and M. Cohan Current American History 1930
3. Wilson, M.L., Big Teams in Montana 1927
4. Wilson, M.L., The Evolution of Montana Agriculture in its Early Period 1919
5. Wilson, M.L., Comments on Community Development Projects and National Extension Service Blocks in India 1956
6. Wilson, M.L., Dry Farming in the North Central Montana "Triangle" 1923
7. Wisconsin Archeological Society , The Wisconsin Archeologist August-October 1909
8. Wissler, Clark, Aboriginal Maize Culture as a Typical Culture-Complex 1916
9. Wissler, Clark, Indian Beadwork 1922
10. Wissler, Clark, The Influence of the Horse in the Development of Plains Culture 1914
11. Wissler, Clark, Material Cultures of the North American Indians 1914
12. Woolley, Leonard (Sir), Digging Up the Past 1930
13. The World of Faith of Bahaullah: A Summary of Its Aims, Teachings, History and Administrative Order 1944
14. Wright, H.E., Jr., The Geological Setting of Four Prehistoric Sites in Northeastern Iraq 1952
15. T. Wright (Rev.), The Advantages and Method of Watering Meadows by Art 1790 [fragile]
16. Yang, Simon, On Partition Values 1933
17. Young, J.A., Farming in the United Kingdom 1948

Contents | Special Collections

Series 8: Extension Publications (Ford Foundation)

This series was originally called "Ford Foundation." Since the focus of this collection was actually extension related items, the series is now called "Extension Publications (Ford Foundation)." Materials appear as reports, magazines, newsletters, booklets, programs, fact sheets, case studies, questionnaires, mimeos, maps, manuals, syllabi, leaflets, newspaper clippings, and speeches. There is a sizable section concerning topics on India and the United States. Folders are arranged in alphabetical order according to country. Topics covered include community development, Christian missions, U.N. conferences, non-American cultures, economics, education, country studies, religion, agricultural extension, leadership training, agricultural development, agricultural congresses, Danish agriculture, geography, technology, national defense, French maps, demography, public health, German agriculture, agricultural surveys, British colonies, archeology, Greek government, foreign aid, Food and Agriculture Organization, marginal land, Greek public administration, tropical agriculture, forestry, creative arts, pilot projects, sociology, social education, U.S. cooperatives, rural credit, Indian history and culture, castor, coorka, potato, tapioca, seed treatment, dryland farming, irrigation, grain smut, jowar, rice, wheat, organization, groundnuts, cotton, fertilizer, insects, plant diseases, crop storage, recipes, self sufficiency, five year plans, agricultural surpluses, Ford Foundation, sugar cane, catalogs, cattle, youth, public opinion, child welfare, fisheries, watersheds, artificial insemination, pottery, agricultural implements, agricultural cooperatives, soil conservation, celebrations, family planning, U.S. agricultural institutions, Ford Foundation, technical cooperation, schools, ethnobotany, international relations, public administration, home economics, Farm Bureau, national security, World Wars I and II, Works Project Administration, group discussion, nutrition, Point Four, plow, and U.S.D.A.

Box 27 (cont.)
18. Africa: United Nations Economic and Social Council, Community Devel., 1960
19. Asia: Anderson, Walfred A., The New Era and Christian Missions
20-27. Asia [Magazine] scattered issues, 1938-40

Box 28
1. Asia: Barnett, A. Doak, Turn East Toward Asia, 1957
2. Asia: The Council On Economic and Cultural Affairs, Inc., CECA Newsletter, March 1961
3. Asia: Embree, John F., Cultural Cautions for U. S. Personnel Going to Southeast Asia, 1950
4. Asia: Heindel, Richard H., Asian- American Cultural Relations, 1955
5. Asia: Miller, Raymond W., Our Economic Policy in Asia, 1951
6. Bolivia: The Institute of Inter-American Affairs, Rural Education in Bolivia, 1955
7. British Guiana: Ministry of Local Government, Social Welfare & Co-operative Development Community Development Programme, 1956
8. British Guiana: Vaughan, Theo L., Summary Report for 1956 on Community Development Projects in British Guiana, 1957
9. Burma: Deignan, H. G. Burma - Gateway to China, 1943
10. Burma: The World Fellowship of Buddhists The Light of the Dhamma
11. Canada: Canada's Agricultural Extension Services
12. Canada: Nelson, Lowry, The Mormon Settlements in Alberta
13. Ceylon: Aloka A Report by the Members and Faculty of the Third Course for Trainers in Rural Organizations, 1957
14. Ceylon: Three Months Practical Training Course for Government Officers Working in Rural Areas
15. China: Tsou, P. W., Proposed Program of Agricultural Development in China, 1945
16. Costa Rica: International Cooperation Administration, Fact Sheet - Costa Rica, 1955
17. Czechoslovakia: International Congress of Agriculture, The XV. International Congress of Agriculture at Prague, 1931
18. Denmark: The Agricultural Council, Denmark Agriculture, 1935
19. Denmark: The Danish National FAO-Committee, Report from the Danish National FAO- Committee to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), 1955
20. Denmark: Foreign Operations Administration, Denmark
21. El Salvador: Harvey, William E., Agricultural Extension in El Salvador: A Case Study, 1952
22. Europe: Economic Cooperation Administration , Food and Agriculture in the European Recovery Program, 1951
23. Europe: European Productivity Agency, Agricultural Advisory Services in Europe and North America, 1957

Box 29
1. Europe: European Productivity Agency, Agricultural Advisory Services in Europe and North America, 1961
2. Europe: European Productivity Agency, E.P.A. Project No. 394, The Organisation of Advisory Work in Rural Domestic Economy, 1956
3. Europe: European Productivity Agency, Higher Education in Agriculture, 1960
4. Europe: Friedman, Karen J., Lois B. Bacon, and J. H. Richter, Technological Factors in the Expansion of Agricultural Production in West Europe, 1957
5. Europe: Geiger, Theodore and H. van B. Cleveland, Making Western Europe Defensible, 1951
6. Europe: International Working Conference, Conference Papers 1, 2, 12-18, 1957
7. Europe: Miller, Ray, Jottings from This "World of Friends" for My "Library of Friends" Nos. 1, 2, (1951)
8. Europe: Rowan, B. L., Agricultural Extension Services in Europe 1956
9. France: OECD, Documentation in Agriculture and Food [8 maps of France, 1 of U.S.], 1950s, 1960s
10. Far East: Balfour, Marshall C., Public Health and Demography in the Far East, 1950
11. Germany: Doering, William F., A Synopsis of Food and Agriculture in Wuerttemberg-Baden [includes mounted photographs], 1949
12. Germany: Stookey, John L., Report of American Youth Specialist, 1951-52
13. Great Britain: Community Development Study Conference, Community Development: A Handbook, 1958
14. Great Britain: Currie, J. R. and W. H. Long, An Agricultural Survey in South Devon, 1929
15. Great Britain: Lynn, C. W., Agricultural Extension and Advisory Work with Special Reference to the Colonies, 1949
16. Great Britain: Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Report on the National Agricultural Advisory Service: The First Eight Years, 1946-1954 (1955)
17. Great Britain: The Place of Agriculture in Education, 1949
18. Great Britain: Read, Margaret, Studies in Education 2. Education and Cultural Tradition, 1950
19. Great Britain: United Kingdom Information Office, Britain Speeds the Plow 1949
20. Greece: Bacon, F. H., American Explorers in Assos, 1886

Box 30
1. Greece: A Condensed Story of Civil Government, 1948-1953 [1950s]
2. Greece: Department of State Fourth Report to Congress on Assistance to Greece and Turkey for the Period Ended June 30, 1948
3. Greece: Department of State Seventh Report on Assistance to Greece and Turkey for the Period Ended March 31, 1949
4. Greece: Division of Agricultural Extension and Education Ministry of Agriculture More Production Through Agricultural Extension in Greece, 1953
5. Greece: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Report of the FAO Mission for Greece, 1947
6. Greece: Foreign Operations Administration - Greece, 1950s
7. Greece: Holt, O. C. Report on Practical Agricultural Schools of Greece, 1956-57
8. Greece: United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, Agricultural Rehabilitation Division Ripe for Improvement: A Study of Marginal Land Farming in Greece, 1946
9. Greece: U. S. Bureau of the Budget, Division of Administrative Management Public Administration in Greece: Background Material Prepared for the American Mission, 1947
10. Greece: U. S. Department of State The United Nations and the Problem of Greece, 1947
11. Guatemala: International Cooperation Administration Guatemala 1955
12. Guatemala: Paddock, William C. and Oudh B. Tandon Iowa State College--Guatemala Tropical Research Center: Report Covering the Period from January 1, 1953 to July 1, 1954 [1954]
13. Haiti: Foreign Operations Administration Haiti, 1955
14. Honduras: International Cooperation Administration Honduras, 1955
15. Honduras: Servicio Tecnico Interamericano de Cooperacion Agricola Segunda Convencion Anual de Agentes de Extension Agricola, 1953
16. Honduras: Vogel, Frederick H. Forestry in Honduras, 1952
17-23. India: [In Hindi]

Box 31
1. India: Academy of Fine Arts, Academy Annual, 1952
2. India: Adult Leadership , Community Development and Social Education in India, 1960
3. India: The Agricultural Production Team, Report on India's Food Crisis & Steps to Meet It, 1959
4-6. India: All India Co-operative Union, 1958
7. India: Allahabad Agricultural Institute, Extension Evaluation, [1957]
8. India: Alley, S. H., Banaras: The Hidden Places of the Holy City (Kashi), 1952
9. India: American Institute of Pacific Relations, Far Eastern Survey, 1951
10. India: Anjaria, J. J., Problems of Economic Development, 1959
11. India: Bedekar, S. K., 1937
12. India: Bureau of Agricultural Information, Uttar Pradesh, Memorandum for the All-India Agricultural Information Conference, 1952
13. India: The Carroll Service Council, Inc., The Carroll Service Council, Inc. and the Amar Singh Project, ca. 1950s
14. India: The Central Committee for Co-operative Training, Selected Readings in Co- operation, 1958
15. India: Chengappa, P. M., Activities of the Co-operative Training College, Poona, 1956
16. India: Chitamber, J. B., Report of the Extension Project: July 1, 1954 to April 30, 1955, (1955)
17. India: Chatterji, U. N., Towards Improved Agriculture
18. India Committee on Agricultural Education, Report of the Committee on Agricultural Education, 1957
19-21. India: Committee on Plan Projects, Report of the Team for the Study of Community Projects and National Extension Service

Box 32
1. India: Committee on Plan Projects, Report of the Team for the Study of Community Projects and National Extension Service
2. India: Community Projects Administration, Manual on Social Education, 1955
3. India: Community Projects Administration, Syllabus for Training Course for Block Development Officers, 1954
4. India: Cooperative League of the USA, A Special Report on Cooperatives in the United States Prepared for Pandit Nehru Prime Minister of India on the Occasion of his visit to the United States, 1956
5. India: Davis, Chester C., Report on Rural Credit in India, 1954
6-9. India: The Delhi School of Economics, The Delhi Training and Orientation Centre for Foreign Technicians in India, 1957
10-12. India: Department of Agriculture, Bhadson Pilot Extension Project, 1952
13. India: Department of Agriculture, Castor HC-1 Variety, 1950
14. India: Department of Agriculture, Compost, 1950
15. India: Department of Agriculture, Coorka (Coleus parviflora), 1951
16. India: Department of Agriculture, Crop Competition Scheme, 1951
17. India: Department of Agriculture, The Cultivation of Potato, 1951
18. India: Department of Agriculture, The Cultivation of Tapioca, 1951
19. India: Department of Agriculture, The Deccan Wingless Grasshopper, 1950
20. India: Department of Agriculture, Disinfect Your Seed, 1951
21. India: Department of Agriculture, Dry Farming in Hyderabad State, 1951
22. India: Department of Agriculture, Extension of Well Irrigation, 1950
23. India: Department of Agriculture, Grain Smut of Jowar and Its Control, 1950
24. India: Department of Agriculture, Improved Strains of Jowar, 1951
25. India: Department of Agriculture, Improved Strains of Rice, 1949
26. India: Department of Agriculture, Improved Strains of Wheat, 1951
27. India: Department of Agriculture, Instructions on the Organization of Extension Work, 1952
28. India: Department of Agriculture, Inter-Cropping of Groundnut with Cotton, 1950
29. India: Department of Agriculture, Kitchen Garden, 1950 [1951]
30. India: Department of Agriculture, Measures for Increasing Cotton Production in the State of Hyderabad in 1950-51
31. India: Department of Agriculture, Paddy Fertilizer Mixture, 1951
32. India: Department of Agriculture, Paddy Hispa, 1950
33. India: Department of Agriculture, Practical Results Achieved in the Scheme for Research on the Pests and Diseases of the Groundnut in the Madras Province, 1950
34. India: Department of Agriculture, Practical Results Achieved in the Scheme for Research on the Storage of Groundnuts in the Madras Province, 1950
35. India Department of Agriculture, Tapioca Recipes, 1951
36. India: Department of Agriculture, Towards Self-Sufficiency in Hyderabad, 1950-51 to 1951-52
37. India: Department of Public Instruction, Seminar of Headmasters of Primary and High Schools, 1956
38. India: Department of State India, A Pattern for Democracy in Asia, July 1953
39. India: Development Department, Government of West Bengal Training Manual for Village Level Workers, 1955
40. India: Director of Information, Pepsu on Road to Prosperity, 1955
41. India: Director of Information and Publicity, Community Development in Madras State: A Symposium, 1958
42. India: Directorate of Advertising and Visual Publicity, Five Year Plan, 1951-55: Progress and Achievements
43. India: Directorate of Extension and Training, FAO Agricultural Extension Study Team, 1957
44. India: Directorate of Information, Where Pepsu Leads
45. India: Directorate of Medical & Health Services, Rajasthan, School Health Services: A Pilot Scheme for 3 Selected Projects, 1957
46. India: Directorate of Public Relations, Camps for Training of Village Leaders, 1956
47. India: The Eastern Economist, India and China: 1947-56 and India in 1957
48. India: The Eastern Economist, January 17, 1958
49. India: The Eastern Economist, India and the Free World and India in 1952

Box 33
1. India: Elmhirst, L. K. and Sudhir Sen, Collected Notes on Agricultural Problems in Bengal, 1945
2. India: Ensminger, Douglas, Complacency--The Greatest Danger, 1955
3-6. India: Extension, scattered 1956-1958
7. India: Extension Service Directors, Program for Special Study in the United States of Extension Principles, Organizations and Methods, August 1952
8. India: Extension Training Centre, Bhopal, 1950s
9. India: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Report on the Agricultural Extension Development Centre for Asia and the Far East, 1956
10. India: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Uses of Agricultural Surpluses to Finance Economic Development in Under-Developed Countries, 1955
11. India: Foods Available in North India: Some Suggestions as to Use
12. India: The Ford Foundation, The Ford Foundation and Foundation Supported Activities in India, 1955
13. India: The Ford Foundation, Nepal Plans for the Future, [1966]
14. India: The Ford Foundation, Programs in India Receiving Ford Foundation Assistance, 1952
15. India: The Ford Foundation, Roots of Change: The Ford Foundation in India, 1961
16. India: Gitlin, Irving, "The People Act" 19 in Carroll County, Georgia and Etawah, India, 1952
17. India: Government of India Planning Commission, Report of the Indian Delegation to China on Agrarian Co-operatives, 1957
18. India: Hindustani Talimi Sanch Wardha, Basic Education Sevacram
19. India: Hindustani Talimi Sangh, The Idea of the Rural University, 1954
20. India: Hyderabad Government, Pilot Development Project Hyderabad, 1952
21. India: Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Gram Sevak Trainees, 1953
22. India: Indian Cane Grower, January 1958
23. India: Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Publications Issued by Indian Council of Agricultural Research, February 1957
24. India: The Indian Council of Agricultural Research, All-India Agricultural Information Conference, November 1952
25. India: The Indian Council of Agricultural Research, All-India Agricultural Information Organization, 1952
26. India: Indian Council of Agricultural Research, All-India Agricultural Information Workshop and Short Course, 20 May to 29 June 1957
27. India: Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Collection and Preparation of Material for Distribution, 17-19 November 1952
28. India: Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Definition of Characteristics of Seven Breeds of Cattle of All-India Importance, 1950
29. India: Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Discussion Points on Dissemination of Information and Distribution of Material, 17-19 November, 1952
30. India: Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Farm Facts for Farm People
31. India: Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Flannelgraph: How to Use It in Development and Training Work, November 1952

Box 34
1. India: Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Proceedings of the Agricultural Extension Conference Held at Bhopal on 27-29 April 1953
2. India: Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Report of the Joint Indo American Team on Agricultural Research and Education, 1955
3. India: Indian Council of Agricultural Research, A Survey of Agricultural Information Requirements and Resources in India, November 17-19, 1952
4. India: Indian Council of Youth, Constitution
5. India: Indian Council of Youth, Socio-Economic Survey of Theog
6-25. India: The Indian Institute of Public Opinion, Monthly Public Opinion Surveys of the Indian Institute of Public Opinion scattered, 1960-63

Box 35
1-3. India: The Indian Institute of Public Opinion, Monthly Public Opinion Surveys of the Indian Institute of Public Opinion scattered, 1965
4. India: The Indian Journal of Agricultural Science, September, 1951
5. India: The Indian Society of Agricultural Economics, Bhadkad, Social and Economic Survey of a Village: A Comparative Study (1915 and 1955) [1955]
6. India: The Indian Society of Agricultural Economics, Retrospect, 1957
7. India: Indo-American Technical Cooperation, 1952-1956
8. India: Institute of Ethnic Affairs, Inc., Newsletter November-December 1948
9. India: Intensive Agriculture, November-December 1964
10. India: International Conference of Social Work, Preliminary Program of Sixth International Conference of Social Work, December 14-19, 1952
11. India: International Cooperation Administration, ICA Country Programs, India, 1956
12. India: Kagal, M. B., What is Child Welfare
13. India: Kalelkar, Acharya Sri Kaka Saheb, Education with a New Basis, 13 November 1954
14. India: Kardel, Hans E., Observations on My First 16 Months' Assignment in India 1953
15. India: Kaura, R. L., Department of Animal Husbandry & Fisheries at Your Service
16. India: Khan, Mohammad Qadiruddin, A Contribution to a Further Knowledge of the Structure and Biology of the Weevils Sitophilus oryzae (Linn.) and S. Granarius (Linn.) with Special Reference to the Effects of Temperature and Humidity on the Rate of Their Developmen,t 1951
17. India: Khan, Mohammad Qadiruddin, Deterioration of Different Grades of Polished Rice in Storage, 1950
18. India: Khan, Mohammed Qadiruddin, Life-History and Bionomics of Castor Semi-loopers in Hyderabad (Deccan), 1947
19. India: Khan, Mohd. Qadiruddin, Plant Protection Service (Pest Control)
20. India: Khan, M. Qadiruddin, Trichogramma evanascens Westw. (Race Minitum Riley), an Egg Parasite of the Castor Semilooper Moth Achaea janata, Linn., 1946
21. India: Krishnamachari, Shri V. T., Planning in India
22. India: Kuhn, Ferdinand, 500,000 Villages Hold the Key to India's Future, 31 January 1954
23-34. India: Kurukshetra, 1953-54

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1-28. India: Kurukshetra, 1954-61

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1-36. India: Kurukshetra, 1961-67

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1. India: Kusari, J. N., India Lives in Villages, 1953
2. India: McGill, Ralph, Ralph McGill's Report on India, ca. 1951-52
3. India: The Maha Bodhi, May-June 1952
4. India: Maha Bodh,i Society of India Annual Report for the Year 1950
5. India: Masani, M. R., Let's Talk About . . . India
6. India: Minister of Agriculture, The Challenge of Our Watersheds, 1957
7. India: Minister for Agriculture , The Japanese Method of Paddy Cultivation
8. India: Ministry of Community Development, Manual of Village Leaders' Training Camps
9. India: Ministry of Community Development, We and Our Country
10. India: Ministry of Community Development, The Awakening: The Story of Twelve Villages in the Community Development Programme, 1959
11. India: Ministry of Economic Affairs, Village Aid--Five Year Plan, 1956
12. India: Ministry of Education, Rural Institutes: A Report of the Committee on Higher Education, 1955
13. India: Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Report of the Agricultural Administration Committee, 1958
14. India: Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Summary Record of the Fourth Extension Training Conference Held at Abu (Rajasthan), 29 May to 1 June 1957
15. India: Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Guide for Village Worker
16. India: Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Guide for Village Work: Village Problem Poor Health, 1953
17. India: Mirchandani, T. J. and A. R. Khan, Green Manuring
18. India: Mosher, Arthur T., The Story of Ram Lal, God's Partner, 1951
19. India: The Mysore Agricultural and Experimental Union Student Farmers' Club, An Appeal to the Leaders!
20. India: Mysore Agricultural College, Prospectus, 1957
21. India: Mysore Agricultural College, Syllabus, 1957
22. India: The Mysore Agricultural Journal, Jul-Dec 1957
23. India: Mysore Department of Statistics, Mysore State in Maps, 1958
24. India: Mysore State Adult Education Council, Vidyapeeth, A People's College, 1954
25. India: Mysore State Seminar on Community Development, Agenda, 1958
26. India: Nagarik Sanghatana Samiti-Poona, Sixth Annual Report, 1953-54
27. India: Nair, P. D., Standing Order No. 6 Concentration of Extension Work in Blocks of Villages, 29 September 1950
28. India: Nair, P. D., Standing Order No. 9 of 1950 A Programme of Work for the Villages
29. India: Nair, P. D., Standing Order No. 23 Instructions to Plant Protection Staff, 21 January 1952
30. India: Office of the State Development Commissioner, Training for Village Service: The Story of Himayatsagar Extension
Training Centre
31. India: Opler, Morris E. and Rudra Datt Singh, Economic, Political and Social Change in a Village of North Central India, Summer 1952
32. India: Panchayati Raj, April 1963
33. India: The Patna News Letter, Summer 1958
34. India: Planning Commission, Community Projects Administration, Community Projects--A Draft Outline
35. India: Planning Commission, Community Projects Administration, Community Projects--First Reactions, August 1954

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1. India: Planning Commission, Community Projects Administration, Manual for Village Level Workers, August 1954
2. India: Planning Research and Action Institute, Planning Department, Agricultural Sample Surveys in the Pilot Development Project, Etawah Rabi, 1956-57 and 1957-58
3. India: Planning Research and Action Institute, Planning Department, Evaluation of Kharif Campaign, 1958-59, Uttar Pradesh, September 1959
4. India: Planning Research and Action Institute, Planning Department, Evaluation Report on Three Years' Working of Artificial Insemination Scheme at Bakshi-ka-Talab, Lucknow, September 1958
5. India: Planning Research and Action Institute, Planning Department, The First Annual Report of Nava Yuvak, January 1958
6. India: Planning Research and Action Institute, Planning Department, First Annual Report of the Pilot Tanning Project, 1956-57 May 1957
7. India: Planning Research and Action Institute, Planning Department, First Annual Report of Planning Research and Action Institute, Planning Department, Uttar Pradesh, May 1, 1954 - April 30, 1955
8. India: Planning Research and Action Institute, Planning Department, Functions, August 1957
9. India: Planning Research and Action Institute, Planning Department, The Gram Sewak in Uttar Pradesh (A Study of his Role, Workload and Relationships)
10. India: Planning Research and Action Institute, Planning Department, Guide to Rural Youth Organization Based on a Pilot Project, April 1955
11. India: Planning Research and Action Institute, Planning Department, A Pictorial Guide on Health Education Methods in Rural Health Programmes, May 1961
12. India: Planning Research and Action Institute, Planning Department, Papain, March 1956
13. India: Planning Research and Action Institute, Planning Department, Pilot Project in Pottery, March 1956
14. India: Planning Research and Action Institute, Planning Department, PRAI Projects at a Glance
15. India: Planning Research and Action Institute, Planning Department, A Report on Evaluation of Agricultural Implements Programme in Pilot Development Project, Mahewa (Etawah), April 1959
16. India: Planning Research and Action Institute, Rural Health Section, Report of a Health Education Training Course Held at Bakshi_Ka_Talab Extension Training Centre, District Kucknow, March 20 - April 30, 1957
17. India: Planning Research and Action Institute, Planning Department, Rural Health, A Health Education Programme for Villages, August 1959
18. India: Planning Research and Action Institute, Planning Department, Rural Health, Programme of Work, April 1957
19. India: Planning Research and Action Institute, Planning Department, Small Scale Crystal Sugar Co-operatives of Uttar Pradesh, November 1958
20. India: Planning Research and Action Institute, Planning Department, Soil Conservation Training Institute, Annual Report 1956-57
21. India: Planning Research and Action Institute, Planning Department, Third Annual Report of the Planning Research and Action Institute for the Year Ending April 30, 1957
22-30. India: Planning Research and Action Institute [Uttar Pradesh], [Hindi?]
31. India: Programme Evaluation Organisation Planning Commission, Evaluation Report on Working of Community Projects and N.E.S. Blocks, Vol. I, April 1957
32. India: Programme Evaluation Organisation Planning Commission, Fourth Evaluation Report on the Working of Community Projects and N.E.S. Blocks: Summary of conclusions and Recommendations, April 1957
33. India: Raman, K.S.V., The Fifth Wheel of Extension
34. India: Ray, Sudhansu Kumar, Prehistoric India and Ancient Egypt 1956
35. India: Report of the TCA Regional South Asian Village Development Conference, India, February 23-28, 1953

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1. India Republic Day Festival of Folk Dances, January 27 & 28, 1953
2. India: Siksha-Satra: An Experiment in Rural Education at Sriniketan Visva-Bharati, January 1949
3. India: Singh, Lal M. P., Disastrous Effect of Low Ceiling on Land Holdings Even for Self Cultivation
4. India: Singh, Satwant, The All-India Farmers' Convention, Its Aim and Purpose
5. India: Singh, Satwant, Farmers' Organization: Its Role in Agricultural and Community Development in India
6. India: Smith, Marian W., The Western Heritage in the Modern Nations of India and Pakistan, February 1952
7. India: Social Welfare, February 1960
8. India: Souvenir of the Third National Convention of Farmers & Agricultural & Rural Industries Exhibition, March 20-25, 1957
9. India: Story, Francis, Ahimsa, The Supreme Ideal, ca. 1950
10. India: Swasth Hind, Family Planning Number, February 1958
11. India: Thakur, H. N., Report on the Study Tour to the U.S. and Israel, 1956
12. India: The Times of India, Annual 1961
13. India: Trumbull, Robert, India Since Independence, 1954
14. India: United States Information Service, Learning to Serve, 1952
15. India: United States Information Service, Pepsu Development Project Nov 1952
16. India: Vaidyanathan, P. P. I. and K. C. Naik, Agricultural Institutions in the United States of America 1958
17. India: Veerappan, S. M., The Holy Banaras in Pictures
18. India: Village Agricultural Plan
19. India: Vohra, Dev, Guide Book for Keep Fit Yoga Exercises Chart
20. India: Wilson, Virginia, Evaluation Project of the Special Study on Principles, Organization and Methods of Extension Work in the United States Made by the Agricultural Extension Leaders from India, Sponsored by the Ford Foundation
21. India: Wilson, Virginia, Evaluation Project of the Special Study on Principles, Organization and Methods of Extension Work in the United States Made by the Agricultural Extension Leaders from India, Sponsored by the Ford Foundation
22. India: Wilson, Virginia, Evaluation Project of the Special Study on Principles, Organization and Methods of Extension Work in the United States Made by the Agricultural Extension Leaders from India, Sponsored by the Ford Foundation
23. India: Wilson, Virginia, Evaluation Project of the Special Study on Principles, Organization and Methods of Extension Work in the United States Made by the Agricultural Extension Leaders from India, Sponsored by the Ford Foundation
24. India: Young Farmers' Association, General Guide for the Formation of Young Farmer's Clubs, 1957
25. India: Young Farmers' Association, Young Farmers' Clubs the Country's Need
26. Indonesia: The Indonesian Spectator, 1 December 1957
27. Indonesia: Metcalf, John E., The Agricultural Economy of Indonesia, July 1952
28. Iran: Department of State, Iran: Point of World Interest, June 1951
29. Iran: Foreign Operations Administration, Report of Regional Conference NEA Community Development, 27-30 November 1954
30. Iran: United States Operations Mission to Iran, Annual Report of the United States Operations Mission to Iran 30 June 1956
31. Iraq: Amgrad, 1 October 1952
32. Iraq: Jwaideh, S., A Date With Iraqui Dates, 1952
33. Israel: International Cooperation Administration, Five Years of Mutual Endeavor, USOM/Israel, 1956
34. Jordan: Braidwood, Robert J., Jericho and its Setting in Near Eastern History, 1957
35-36. Mexico: Annual Report of C.R.E.F.A.L., April 1956, April 1957

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1. Mexico: Hughes, Lloyd H., The Mexican Cultural Mission Programme, 1950
2. Mexico: Hussein, Ahmed and Carl C. Taylor , Report of the Mission on Rural Community Organization and Development in the Caribbean Area and Mexico, March 1953
3. Mexico: International Cooperation Administration, Fact Sheet: Mexico, August 1955
4. Mexico: Kelly, Isabel, The Bienestar Social Rural Program, with Special Reference to the Pilot Project in Villa Jose Cardel, Veracruz, March 1954
5. Middle East: Najjar, Halim and A. H. Maunder, Report on Near East Regional Extension Development Center, Beirut, Lebanon, 6-16 January 1953
6. Middle East: UNESCO Sirs-El-Layyan, Light and Hope for the Arab World, 1955
7. Middle and Far East: Anderson, W. A., Objectives for Rural Christian Work, March 1949
8. Nepal: The Ford Foundation, The Ford Foundation in Nepal, 1954-1960
9. Nicaragua: International Cooperation Administration, Fact Sheet: Nicaragua, January 1955
10. Nigeria: No. 28, 1948
11. North America: Wiggin, Gladys A., What Should Be Communicated?: An Experiment in International Education, 20 June 1953
12. North and South America: American International Association for Economic and Social Development, AIA Record No. 2, 1950
13. North and South America: American International Association for Economic and Social Development, Annual Report 1950
14. North and South America: The Area Research Center, Michigan State College , A Reconnaissance Appraisal of Programs of Technical Cooperation in Economic Development, Social Welfare, and Governmental Administration among the Americas, 20 August 1952
15. North and South America: Pan American Union Economic Survey of Inter-American Agriculture Vol. II, 1949
16. Pakistan: Ford Foundation, Preliminary Report on Programs in Pakistan Receiving Ford Foundation Assistance, October 1952
17. Pakistan: Green, James W., A Realistic Plan for Increasing Agricultural Production Through Agricultural Extension and Village Aid, 4 March 1958
18. Pakistan: Pathans The People of Pakistan Series, No. 1
19. Pakistan: Village AID Administration, Problem of Education in Villages
20. Pakistan: Village AID Administration, Problem of Health in Villages
21. Pakistan: Zaidi, S. M. Hafeez, Rural Social Research Journal of the Pakistan Academy for Village Development, July 1992
22. Pacific Ocean: Krieger, Herbert W., Island Peoples of the Western Pacific: Micronesia and Melanesia, 15 September 1943
23. Panama: International Cooperation Administration, Fact Sheet: Panama, May 1955
24. Panama: The University of Arkansas Agricultural Mission to Panama: A Report, 9 March 1957
25. Peru: Agricultural Progress in Peru, June 1950
26. Peru: Nichols, Andrew J., Development of the Peruvian Extension Service, August 1952
27. Philippines: International Cooperation Administration, Country Series: Philippines
28. Philippines: Neal, Ernest E., Country Case Study in Community Development: The Philippines [incomplete]
28. Philippines: Philippine-American Economic Development Program, The Story of MSA in the Philippines . . . a Partnership for Peace, Plenty, Progress
29. Philippines: Polson, Robert A., A Report on the Training Aspects of the Philippine Community Development Program, 9 April 1960
30. Philippines: University of the Philippines, Community Development Research Council, 1958-1959 (1959)
31. Puerto Rico: Commonwealth of Puerto Rico Department of State, Caribbean Training Program in Puerto Rico, 1956-57

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1. Russia: Harris, Franklin S., et al., Report of the American Icor Commission for the Study of Biro-Bidjan and Its Colonization
2. Scotland: Cleghorn, James, On the Depressed State of Agriculture: An Essay published by order of the Highland Society of Scotland, 1822 [1934]
3. Siam: Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, Report of the Mission for Siam, September 1948
4. Southeast Asia: International Cooperation Administration, Community Development Review, September 1958
5-6. Southeast Asia: International Cooperation Administration, Community Development Review, March, December 1960
7. Sweden: Hakansson, Richard Swedish Agricultural Administration and Research: A Manual for Visitors in Sweden, 1956
8. Taiwan: FOA Mutual Security Mission to China, Cultural Briefing for Taiwan, 1954
9. Thailand: Department of State, Thailand: Its People and Economy, August 1950
10. Thailand: Hauck, Hazel M., Aspects of Health, Sanitation and Nutritional Status in a Siamese Rice Village: Studies in Bang, 1952-1954
11. Thailand: USA Operations Mission to Thailand, People in Progress: A Report on Thai-American Economic Cooperation, 1950-1957
12. Thailand: United States of America Operations to Thailand, Thai-American Economic Cooperation, 1951-1956
13. Turkey: Iller Ziraat Teskilati, ca. 1952 [Turkish]
14. Turkey: Robinson, Richard D., The Lesson of Turkey, 1951
15. Turkey: Department of State, Turkey: Frontier of Freedom, June 1952
16. USSR: Agricultural Research Service, U.S.D.A., Economic Aspects of Soviet Agriculture: Report of a Technical Group, May 1959
17. United Nations: Aten, A., Problems Connected with Agricultural Industrialization of Rural Areas and Technical Advisory Assistance, 1954
18. United Nations: Bennett, Wendell C., The Prospects of Foreign Area Studies in the United States, 30 January 1952
19. United Nations: Cartwright, Dorwin, Principles of Mass Persuasion, 29 January 1952
20. United Nations: Department of State, United Nations General Assembly: A Review of the Tenth Session, July 1956
21. United Nations: Economic and Social Council, Economic Development of Under-Developed Countries, 2 February 1960
22. United Nations: Ensminger, Douglas, Frontiers of Change, 6 May 1963
23. United Nations: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Work of FAO, 1948/49: Report of the Director-General October 1949
24-32. United Nations: Fundamental and Adult Education, scattered, 1953-56

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1-6. United Nations: Fundamental and Adult Education, scattered, 1956-58
7. United Nations: Kellogg, Charles E., Food, Soil, and People
8. United Nations: McConkey, Darel, Food and People
9. United Nations: Miller, Raymond W., F.A.O.--World Instrument of Human Relations, 28 September 1949
10. United Nations: Morris, Charles, Philosophy: East and West, 29 January 1952
11. United Nations: Myrdal, Alva and Paul Vincent, Are There Too Many People?
12. United Nations: Provinse, John H., Fourth National Conference: U.S. National Commission for UNESCO 15-17 September 1953
13. United Nations: Reinhold Niebuhr, Address (summary), 28 January 1951
14. United Nations: Shuster, George N., The Nature of the Challenge, 29 January 1952
15. United Nations: Social Progress Through Local Action
16. United Nations: Tolley, Howard R., M.L. Wilson, W. H. Sebrell, Maxine Turner, From Journal of the American Dietetic Association, January 1945
17. United Nations: Turner, Ralph E., The Unity of Cultures, 28 January 1952
18. United Nations: Report of the United Nations Regional Community Development Conference for South and South East Asia, April 1955
19. United Nations: Bureau of Social Affairs, Social Progress through Community Development, 1955
20. United Nations: Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Study Kit on Training for Community Development, 1957
21. United Nations: Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization, Working Paper on Fundamental Education, October 1956
22. United Nations: Visscher, Maurice B., The Opportunities for Scientists and Engineers to Contribute to Peace through the United Nations System, 29 January 1952
23. United Nations: Action-Housing, Inc., Urban Extension: Proceedings of the Pittsburgh Urban Extension Conference, July 5-6, 1961, and Application for a Grant from The Ford Foundation for a Test Demonstration of Urban Extension, September 26, 1961 February 1962
24. U.S.: Adult Education Association of the U.S.A., The Leader's Digest, ca. 1953-54
25. U.S.: The Agricultural Adjustment Act (H.R. 8492), Summary and Analysis of Amendments
26. U.S.: Allin, Bushrod W., Relevant Farm Economics, 14 August 1961
27. U.S.: American Association for the Advancement of Science, The Scientific Monthly, February 1949
28. U.S.: The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Applied Economics for Better Living, February 1949
29. U.S.: The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Applied Economics for Better Living, April 1949
30-32. U.S.: American Council on Education, Occupied Countries News Notes, 1949-50
34. U.S.: American Council on Education, Toward a Foreign Policy for Higher Education, 19-20 November 1959
35. U.S.: American Federation of Labor, Proceedings, Thirty-Seventh Annual Convention, Union Label Trades Department of the American Federation of Labor, 17 November 1944
36. U.S.: American Philosophical Society, Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 15 April 1955
37. U.S.: Anderson, W. A., Rural Social Trends in New York: Their Implications for Extension Activities, May 1946

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1. U.S.: Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities, Program of the Fifty-Eighth Annual Convention Wartime Services to the Nation, 24-26 October 1944
2. U.S.: Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities, Program of the Sixty-Third Annual Convention, 25-27 October 1949
3. U.S.: Bell, Willis H. and Edward F. Castetter, The Utilization of Mesquite and Screwbean by the Aborigines in the American Southwest, 1937
4. U.S.: Biddle, William W., The Community Dynamics Experiment, Winter 1960
5. U.S.: Biddle, William W., People Grow in Communities, October 1956
6. U.S.: Black, John D., Agriculture in the Nation's Economy, ca. 1955
7. U.S.: Bowles, Chester, A Fresh Look at Foreign Aid, ca. 1959
8. U.S.: Caldwell, Oliver J., Education for International Relations, 29 October 1954
9. U.S.: Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, The College and University in International Affairs, 1959-60
10. U.S.: Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, The Education of College Teachers, 1957-1958
11. U.S.: Chicago, University of, Economic Development and Cultural Change, December 1952
12-13. U.S.: Chicago, University of, Economic Development and Cultural Change, 1953-54
14. U.S.: Chicago, University of, Introductory Course in the Study of Contemporary Society
15. U.S.: Clark, Noble, Strengthening Research and Education in Public Policies Related to Agriculture, 7 January 1946
16. U.S.: The Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government Task Force, Report on Agriculture Activities [Appendix M], January 1949
17. U.S.: The Committee for Economic Development Agriculture in an Expanding Economy, 6 December 1945
18. U.S.: Committee on Public Administration Cases, The Development of Self-Insurance Plans in the Treasury Department, 1918-1937 (1949)
19-20. U.S.: Cooperative Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics, Book I: Leadership and Leader Training
21. U.S.: Cornell's Agricultural Progress Days, March 20, 22, 1962
22. U.S.: Cornell University First Annual Report, Cornell Program for Training Trainers in the Process of Extension Education Fitted to Other Cultures, September 1956
23-24. U.S.: Cottrell, Con T. and Leonard A., Research Memorandum of Internal Migration, ca. 1942
25. U.S.: The Council of State Governments, Postwar Problems of Agriculture, July 1944
26. U.S.: Department of Agriculture, Memorandum No. 1446, Supplement 1, Transfer of Functions Incident to Reorganization, 3 April 1961
27. U.S.: Department of Agriculture, Memorandum No. 1446, Supplement 2, Transfer of Functions Incident to Reorganization, 19 April 1961
28. U.S.: Department of State, Technical & Scientific Cooperation, February 1949
29. U.S.: Di Franco, Joseph, A Collection of Principles and/or Guides Found Pertinent by Those Responsible in the Field of Rural Adult Education, February 1956
30. U.S.: Dickins, Dorothy and Robert N. Ford , Geophagy (Dirt Eating) Among Mississippi Negro School Children, February 1942
31-33. U.S.: Doorway to the 20th Century, August, November 1956
34. U.S.: Duckham, A. N., American Agriculture, February 1953
35. U.S.: Duckham, A. N., American Agriculture: Its Background and Its Lessons, 1952
36. U.S.: Dykhuizen, George, The Common Man and Future Democracy Reprint: Autumn 1942
37. U.S.: Dykhuizen, George, Patterns of Thought Through the Ages, 1947
38. U.S.: Earlham College, Second Annual Report Program of Community Dynamics, Summer, 1949
39-40. U.S.: Earlham College, Third and Fourth Annual Report Program of Community Dynamics, Fall 1950, 1951

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1-2. U.S.: Earlham College, Fifth and Sixth Annual Report Program of Community Dynamics, Fall 1952, 1953
3. U.S.: Earlham College, A Pattern of Fundamental Education Winter, 1955-56
4. U.S.: Educator's Washington Dispatch, Two Lessons of Group Dynamics, 1948
5. U.S.: Extension Intra-Regional Conference of District Supervisors, Middle Management in Extension, 28-30 November 1950
6. U.S.: Extension Service, An Extension Supervisor Looks at His Job, ca. 1944
7. U.S.: Extension Service, Texas A&M College, The Lubbock County Study: An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Extension Work in Lubbock County, Texas, 1947 (1948)
8. U.S.: Extension Service, A Year of Challenge: Report of Cooperative Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics, 1955
9. U.S.: Federal Security Agency, Illustration of Cooperation in Home Economics Programs, June 1939
10. U.S.: Federal Security Agency, Office of Community War Services, Teamwork in Community Services, 1941-1946, 30 June 1946
11. U.S.: Ford Motor Company, Ford at the Fair 1934
12. U.S.: Freeman, Orville L., A New Lok at Agriculture, 17 April 1961
13. U.S.: General Mills, Inc., Department of Public Services
14. U.S.: Gilbert, Scott , A Statement of Basic Perspective Necessary to Social Understanding
15-18. U.S.: Gilbertson, H. W., Extension-Farm Bureau Relationships-1947
19. U.S.: Goto, Baron, Handbook of Principles of Human Relations Involving The Administrator and the Administered in a Cross-Cultural Situation, August 1950
20. U.S.: Greene, Shirley E., This Earth, This Land, 1955
21. U.S.: Group Farming Research Institute, Inc., Cooperative Living, Spring 1954
22-23. U.S.: Hardin, Charles M., Governmental Agricultural Policy, Administration, and Farm Organizations in the United States
24. U.S.: Hardin, Charles M., The Political Setting of Policy Making in Agriculture, 22 February 1946
25-26. U.S.: Hunter, Starley M. and L. M. Busche, Home Situations on Different Classes of Land and Effectiveness of the Home Demonstration Program, May 1941
27. U.S.: Humphrey, Hubert H., Senator Humphrey Proposes Greater Use of American Food as "Yeast of Freedom", 29 March 1957
28. U.S.: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, The Economic Development Institute, September 1956
29. U.S.: International Cooperation Administration, Background for Mutual Security, December 1955
30. U.S.: International Cooperation Administration, Technical Cooperation through American Universities, 1957
31. U.S.: International Development Advisory Board, A New Emphasis on Economic Development Abroad, March 1957
32. U.S.: Iowa State College Agricultural Extension Service, Benchmarks in Cooperative Extension Work with Local Rural Adult Groups in Iowa, December 1954
33. U.S.: Iowa State College Agricultural Extension Service, War Came to the Iowa Community, January 1942
34. U.S.: Johansen, John P., Immigrant Settlements and Social Organization in South Dakota, June 1937
35. U.S.: Kennard, Edward A., Understanding Foreign People, 24 May 1949
36. U.S.: Kimball, Solon T., Farmer Co-operation to Meet Emergency Labor Needs During the War Years, May 1946
37. U.S.: King, Clarence, Working with People in Small Communities, 1958
38. U.S.: The Koinonia Foundation, The Koinonia Magazine, July 1960
39. U.S.: Knutson, Andie, Evaluating A.P.H.A. Exhibits, August 1949
40. U.S.: Lacy, Mary G., Long-Time Agricultural Programs in the United States: National, Regional and State, 1921-1927
41. U.S.: An Undergraduate Education Program for Extension Work: A Planning Guide, ca. 1950s
42. U.S.: Report of Lane County Farm Program Planning Conference Eugene, Oregon, 22 January 1946
43. U.S.: Lasswell, Harold, Psychological Aspects of Foreign Aid and Development Programs, 5 May 1949
44. U.S.: Lewin, Kurt, Test for Determining the Anchorage Points of Food Habits, 1942

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1. U.S.: Lewin, Kurt, The Relative Effectiveness of a Lecture Method and a Method of Group Decision for Changing Food Habits, June 1942
2. U.S.: Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station and Michigan Cooperative Extension Service, Agriculture in an Uneasy World: Forum with the Five Past Secretaries of Agriculture of the United States, 1 February 1961
3. U.S.: Committee on Agricultural Credits of the Missouri Bankers Association and College of Agriculture of the University of Missouri, What is Balanced Farming? ca. 1946
4. U.S.: Mosher, Arthur, A Case Approach to "How Do You Work With Another Culture?" 20 December 1950
5. U.S.: Mosher, M. L., Recipe for Good Farming; Personal Qualities for Good Farmers; Rewards for Good Farming
6. U.S.: Muelder, Milton, Preserving Democracy: II. Human Material for Democracy, February 1943
7. U.S.: Mutual Security Agency, A Joint Program for Financing Land Redistribution and Industrial Development, 12 May 1953
8. U.S.: Mutual Security Program, Report to Congress on the Mutual Security Program, 26 April 1957
9. U.S.: National Appraisal Committee, U.S. Community Improvement Appraisal: A Report on the Work Program of the Works Progress Administration, April 1939
10. U.S.: National Catholic Rural Life Conference, Catholic Rural Life Objectives, 1935
11. U.S.: Landward 1935-36
12. U.S.: National Defense Advisory Commission, 8 August 1940
13. U.S.: National Institute of Social Relations, Inc., It Pays to Talk It Over, November 1947
14. U.S.: National Research Council, Inadequate Diets and Nutritional Deficiencies in the United States: Their Prevalence and Significance, November 1943
15. U.S.: National Research Council, Recommended Dietary Allowances, August 1945
16. U.S.: National Workshop on World Economic and Social Development, 27-28 January 1955
17. U.S.: New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Outline: Near East Extension Methodology and Community Development Training Program, 1953-54
18. U.S.: Niederfrank, E. J., Community Development in the Southern States, August 1957
19. U.S.: Niederfrank, E. J., Main Types of County Extension Organization and Related Social Factors, March 1948
20. U.S.: Newman, C. M., How to Prepare a Talk, 6 April 1927
21. U.S.: Pennsylvania State College, The Inauguration of Milton Stover Eisenhower as President of The Pennsylvania State College, 5 October 1950
22. U.S.: Provinse, John H. and Carl C. Taylor, Sociological Considerations in a National Policy for Agriculture, 10-12 July 1940
23. U.S.: The Public Affairs Institute, A Real Point Four
24. U.S.: Rao, N.K. Anant, The Land Grant Colleges of America Summer 1955
25. U.S.: San Clara County Council on Intergovernmental Relations, A Practical Basis for Developing Better Intergovernmental Relations 1947
26. U.S.: Smith, C. B., My Treasure Chest June 1938
27-28. U.S.: Soil Conservation Service, Group Action in Soil Conservation: Upper Mississippi Valley, Region III March 1947
29. U.S.: Spicer, Edward H., Human Problems in Technological and Social Change June 1951
30. U.S.: Stacy, W. H., Guides for Building Your Tomorrow's Community September 1949
31. U.S.: State Department, Mutual Security for the Free World April 1951
32. U.S.: State Department, Point 4 Profiles 1953
33. U.S.: State Department, The Truman "Point Four" Program for World Economic Progress Through Cooperative Technical Assistance February 1949
34. U.S.: Texas Agricultural Extension Service , Building the County Program
35. U.S.: Three Acres and Security, April 1938
36. U.S.: Truman, Harry S., The Mutual Security Program 24 May 1951
37. U.S.: U.S. Congress, Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1937 (27 November 1937)
38. U.S.: U.S. Congress, Government Subsidy Historical Review 3 June 1954
39. U.S.: U.S. Congress, Hearing Before the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, United States Senate, Eighty-Third Congress, First Session, on S. 1679 28 April 1953
40-41. U.S.: USDA Cooperative Extension Service & University of Chicago, Report of Extension Evaluation Workshop 4-16 March 1946
42. U.S.: USDA, The AAA Farm Program and the Northeast Dairyman 1940
43. U.S.: USDA, Agricultural Programs of the United States November 1952
44. U.S.: USDA, Foreign Agricultural Service Annual Summary of Foreign Agricultural Training as of June 30, 1962
45. U.S.: USDA, The Challenge of Under-Consumption February 1940
46. U.S.: USDA, Conference to Outline the Contribution of Extension Methods and Techniques Toward the Rehabilitation of War-torn Countries 19-22 September 1944
47. U.S.: USDA, The Effectiveness of the Ward County, North Dakota, Extension Radio Program July 1945

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1-2. United States USDA, The Extension Service in Vermont March 1947
3. U.S.: USDA, Federal Legislation, Regulations, and Rulings Affecting Cooperative Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics January 1946
4. U.S.: USDA, Foreign Agriculture November 1951
5-6. U.S.: USDA, Foreign Agricultural Training 1955-56
7. U.S.: USDA, Generalized Types of Farming in the United States February 1950
8. U.S.: USDA, Getting at the Facts About Agriculture 1940
9. U.S.: USDA, History of the Plow October 1935
10. U.S.: USDA, The National Agricultural Program November 1938
11. U.S.: USDA, Origin, Structure, and Functions of the U.S. Department of Agriculture January 1946
12-13. U.S.: USDA, Origin, Structure, and Functions of the U.S. Department of Agriculture 1950, 1951
14. U.S.: USDA, The Story of How the United States Department of Agriculture Tackles Farm Problems 12 May 1952
15. U.S.: USDA, Writing Effective USDA Letters August 1941
16. U.S.: USDA, Extension Service Experience with Human Factors inb Agricultural Areas of the World November 1949
17. U.S.: USDA, Extension Service Report of Cooperative Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics, 1941-42 (March 1943)
18. U.S.: USDA, Extension Service Report of Cooperative Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics, 1950 (1951)
19. U.S.: University of Michigan, Institute for Social Research
20. U.S.: Human Relations Program of the Survey Research Center, September 1950
21. U.S.: Veterans Education Council, Final Report on the Second National Conference on Veterans Education 14-17 January 1947
22. U.S.: Wallace, Henry A., Equality of Bargaining Power and the General Welfare 28 March 1961
23. U.S.: Wallace, Henry A., Hatred, Love, and Faith in a World of Force 29 March1953
24. U.S.: Wallace, Henry A., Paper presented to the Taylor-Hibbard Club 28 March1961
25. U.S.: Wayland, Sloan R., Social Patterns of Farming 1951
26. U.S.: Wickard, Claude R., The Job of Northeastern Agriculture in National Defense 24 September 1941
27. U.S.: Wickard, Claude R., Let's Keep Parity 12 August 1941
28. U.S.: Wilkening, Eugene A., Informal Leaders and Innovators in Farm Practices September 1952
29. U.S.: Willerman, Ben, Group Decision and Request as Means of Changing Food Habits [1948]
30. Yugoslavia: Hartman, L., Report on Agricultural Extension Services in Yugoslavia with Particular Reference to the Training of Personnel and Co-ordination of Activities 1957
31. Yugoslavia: Williamson, Howard H., Final Report: Agricultural Extension System for Yugoslavia December 1956

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Series 9: Publications for Extension Workers

This series regards publications arranged by M.L. Wilson which he considered of some value to extension workers for reference. Items appear as papers, reports, journals, articles, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, booklets, seminars, bibliographies, syllabi, memos, interviews, and bulletins. Photographs have been removed to Series 12 and folders have been marked with an asterisk in this finding aid to signify this fact. Series 9 is arranged in two sections according to subject and by country. Topics covered include marketing, federal-state relations, agricultural policy, opinion, anthropology, cultures, atomic energy, community development, extension education, foreign aid, training, agricultural research, county agents, democracy, nutrition programs, extension work, personnel administration, extension organization, college extension, self-improvement, citizenship, state agricultural extension, Farm Bureau, farm management, extension programs, food, nutrition, pricing, surpluses, credit, 4H programs, international extension, land grant colleges, rural development, technical assistance, and materials concerning various countries. The files have been arranged by subject.

Box 47 (cont.)
32. Agricultural Marketing: Michigan State University, ICA, FAO, and USDA Special Program in Agricultural Marketing, 1956 Suggestions for Future Programs in Agricultural Marketing (1957)
33. Agricultural -- Government: Eisenhower, M. S., Institutional Attitudes in Federal-State Relations, 1941
34. Agricultural -- Government: Statement of Representatives of the Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities Before the Subcommittee on Long-Range Agricultural Policy of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, 1947
35. Agricultural -- Government: Timmons, Bascom M., As I See It in Washington , 1936
36. Agricultural -- Government: The Vital Farm Issue , ca. 1936
37. Agricultural Production: Heisig, Carl P., What is Balanced Farming?, 1949
38. Anthropology: Mead, Margaret, Proposed Framework for Section on 'Psychological and Cultural Factors Basic in Building Fundamental Education Programs,' 1957
39. Anthropology: A Comparative Analysis of Contemporary National Cultures, 1949
40. Anthropology: The Society for Applied Anthropology Applied Anthropology: Problems of Human Organization, Fall 1948
41. Atomic Energy Foster, William C. Comments on Potentials in Atomic Energy, January 1955

Box 48
1. Community Development: Agency for International Development, Community Development: An Introduction to CD for Village Workers
2. Community Development: Biddle, William W., People Grow in Communities , Fall 1956
3. Community Development: Misc. 1957 . . .
4-13. Community Development: Community Development Bulletin, December 1951-December 1956
14. Community Development: Dickson, A. G., Reflections on reading the United Nations Study-Kit
15-16. Community Development: Excerpts from Seminar Documents, Community Development Seminar, Washington, D.C., 21-22 June 1955
17-18. Community Development: Foreign Operations Administration, Community Development Seminar, 1955
19. Community Development: Lewis, A. B. Local Self-Government: The Key to National Economic Advancement and Political Stability, 15 March 1956
20-22. Community Development: Mass Education Bulletin, September 1950-March 1951
23. Community Development: Miniclier, Louis, Community Development: A Focal Point for U.S. Technical Assistance, 1961
24-25. Community Development: Neal, Ernest E., The Community Development Approach to Economic Development and Democratic Government in Underdeveloped Countries, 1957
26. Community Development: The Research Center in Economic Development and Cultural Change, University of Chicago, Seminar on Community Development in Foreign Areas, 27-29 December, 1954
27. Community Development: Sanders, Irwin T., Theories of Community Development, [1958]
28. Community Development: Taylor, Carl C., Community Development in Economically Underdeveloped Areas, 1953
29. Community Development: Understanding Local Customs and Culture, February 1957
30-31. Community Development: United Nations, Technical Assistance Administration, Public Administration Problems Involved in Community Development Programmes, May 1958
32-33. Community Development: United Nations Secretariat, Experiments in Training for Community Development, 1957
34. Cooperatives: Cooperative Living, Spring 1949
35. Cooperatives: National Council of Farm Cooperatives, Co-ops Can Help Solve Farm Problems Davis Declares
36-37. County Agents: County Agents
38. County Agents: A.A.A., U.S.D.A., Program Planning Division, The County and Home Agent's Part in Group Discussion
39. Culture Shock: Oberg, Kalervo, Culture Shock and the Problem of Adjustment to New Cultural Environments
40. Democracy: Eisenhower, Milton S., Wanted: A Program for Freedom, 1946
41. Democracy: The Faculty of Teachers College, Columbia University, Democracy and Education in the Current Crisis, August 1940
42. Democracy: Federal Security Agency, Democracy Means All of Us: How Communities Can Organize to Study and Meet Community Needs with Special Suggestions for Developing Nutrition Programs in Wartime, 1942
43. Democracy: The Forum of Free Enterprise, Forum of Free Enterprise Code of Conduct
44. Democracy: Rauschenbush, Stephen, To Make a Free World , ca. 1955
45. Economic Development: ICA Seminar on Economic Development (Outline)
46. Economic Development: A Query: Why was Agricultural Economics So Limited in Usefulness in Solving the Problems of the Interwar Period? 1945
47. Education: Beatty, Willard W., Half the World Can't Read: The need for Fundamental Education on a world-wide basis, and some of the key problems involved, June 1956
48. Education: Clark, Roberta, Training in Agricultural Information, February 1957
49. Ethnic Groups: Institute of Ethnic Affairs, Inc. News Letter, Nov - Dec 1948
50. Evaluation: IMS Program Planning and Development Staff Progress of Evaluation Techniques Determining and Improving Effectiveness of USIS Film Output, 22 July 1952
51-54. Extension Abroad

Box 49
1. Extension Abroad
2. Extension Abroad: Cornell University Graduate Division of Extension Education Progress Report No. I, Special Project Project for Training Trainers in the Process of Extension Education Oriented to Countries Abroad, 1956
3. Extension Abroad: Clark, Roberta, Training in Agricultural Information, 1957
4. Extension Abroad: Some Problems of Those Interested in Foreign Service Education, 1956
5. Extension Abroad: Mandell, Milton M., Selecting Americans for Overseas Employment, ca. 1950s
6. Extension Abroad: Conference on Extension Experiences Around the World, May 16 to 20, 1949
7-15. Extension Abroad:
16-25. Extension Education:
26-41. Extension Service: What it is

Box 50
1. Extension Workers: Annual Report: Division of Field Studies and Training, 1 Jul 1946-30 Jun 1947
2. Extension Workers: Working Conditions of Extension Workers, 1946
3. Extension Workers: Report of the Committee on Retirement, Epsilon Sigma Phi History of Development of Retirement Plans for Extension Workers, 1944
4-5. Farm Bureau
6-8. Farm Management: Survey of U.S. farm and home management practices, ca. 1955
9-10. Farm Program: 1949
11. Food: Nutrition War Food Administration, 1944, 1945
12. Food: Pricing Anderson, Clinton P. Price Relationships, 1946
13-14. Food: Production
15-17. Food: Surpluses
18. Foreign Policy:
19. Foreign Policy: Rostow, W.W. A Proposal for a New Economic Foreign Policy, 1957
20. Foreign Visitors to American Colleges, 1957
21*-22. 4-H Programs
23. Higher Education
24. Homemaking
25-26. Homemaking: Billings, Beatrice, Study of Home Demonstration Organization in the Rural Towns of Six Massachusetts Counties
27. Homemaking: Clark, Ruth Russell, Effectiveness of "With the Connecticut Homemaker," ca. 1947
28-30. International Extension
31-34. Land Grant Colleges
35. Language: Smith, Henry Leem Language and Culture, 1951

Box 51
1. Leadership: Bureau of Naval Personnel Training, Manual for Practical Development of Leadership Qualities, 1944
2. Loans: 1957
3. Missions: 1950s
4. Nutrition: Practical Nutrition
5-6. Peace
7. Recreation: Senate Report No. 1648, 1946
8-11. Roosevelt Administration
12-21. Rural Development
22. Rural Youth
23. Social Welfare in Rural Communities
24. Sociology and Economics: Andrews, Stanley, National Workship [sic] for World Social and Economic Development
25. Soil Conservation Service: Campbell, Phil, Relationships of the Soil Conservation Service with Other Federal, State, and Local Agencies, 1940
26. Secondary Education: The consolidated Report of Groups V, VI, VII and VIII
27-32. Technical Assistance
33. United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization 1953
34. United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization
35. USDA Agency Coordination and Relations Committee
36. U.S. International Cooperation Administration
37-40. University Contract Program
41-42. Veterans

Box 52
1. Voluntary Services: International Voluntary Services, Inc., Statement of Present Status
(Files Arranged by Country)
2. Afghanistan: Plan for the Development of Villages
3. America
4. Africa
5. Bolivia
6. Bolivia: Sanders, J. T., A Statement on a Proposed Resettlement Project in Bolivia, 1955
7. Brazil: The Marginal Peasant in Rural Brazil, 1956
8. Britain: Foxworthy, F.W., Observations about Extension Work in British Malaya, 1944
9. Bulgaria: Extension in Bulgaria, 1944
10. China: Tsou, P.W., Agricultural Extension in China, 1944
11. Costa Rica, 1944
12. Costa Rica
13. Czechoslovakia
14. Denmark: The Danish Agricultural Trainee Program in the United States, ca. 1949
15. Dominican Republic: Plan and Program for Development of the Artibonite Valley
16. Egypt: Some Aspects of Agricultural and Rural Life Developments in Egypt, 1955
17. Egypt: Johnson, V. Webster, Land Reform and Related Programs in Egypt, 1956
18. Egypt: Ministry of Agriculture, Tractors vs. Animal Power in Minia Province, 1956
19. Ethiopia
20-22. France
23-27. Germany - Western
28-29. Greece
30. Indonesia
31-39. Iran
40. Iraq
41. Jamaica

Box 53
1-2. Japan
3. Jordan
4-6. Latin America
7. Lebanon: Anderson, W.A., Rural Missions in Syria and Lebanon
8. Malaya: Report of the discussions . . . held by the Malayan Group on the development of the urban community of Kota Bahru, capital of the State of Kelantan
9-10. Near & Middle East
11-13. The Netherlands
14. Nigeria
15. Pakistan: Kenyon, Thomas R., Pakistan: A Land in Search of Nationality
16. Paraguay: Interdepartmental Advisory Council on Technical Cooperation Country Study on Paraguay, 1951
17. Peru
18. Peru: Holmberg, Allan R., Progress Report, Cornell Peru Project
19. Phillipines
20. Poland
21. Portugal
22. Siam
23-27. Thailand
28-29. Turkey
30-31. Uganda: Roberts, Lydia J., Report on Home Economics Education and Related Programs in the British Protectorate of Uganda, 1956
32. Uruguay
33. Zanzibar: Bedekar, Shreepad K., Letter to a Friend Who is Going to Africa as an Extension Worker, 1952

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Series 10: USDA, 1934-1953

Series 10 includes materials gathered and arranged by M.L. Wilson during his tenure at the U.S. Department of Agriculture from 1934 to 1953. Materials are in the form of journals, magazines, articles, papers, pamphlets, syllabi, and notes. They are arranged by subject and in some cases authors, following Wilson's original arrangement. Therefore, some items may appear out of alphabetical order. Topics include anthropology, philosophy, Native Americans, culture, environment, zoning, extension service, food habits, extension meetings, agriculture and society, world government, and discussion. Photographs have been removed to Series 12 and folder numbers are marked with an asterisk to indicate this fact.

Box 53 (cont.)
34.* Anthropology/Philosophy: Aboriginal Cultures of the Western Hemisphere, 1940
35-36. Anthropology/Philosophy: Agricultural Science Review Summer & Fall, 1964
37. Anthropology/Philosophy: Alton, E.W., U.S. Gains in Germany, 1950

Box 54
1. Anthropology/Philosophy Problems of Human Organization, June 1943
2. Anthropology/Philosophy: Ashley-Montagu, M.F., Earnest A. Hooton, and Kirtley F. Mather, Should We Ignore Racial Differences? 1939
3. Anthropology/Philosophy: Bedekar, Shreepad, Papers, 1952
4. Anthropology/Philosophy: Beede, A. McGaffey, Indian Cornfields Long Ago, North Dakota
5. Anthropology/Philosophy: Bryan, Kirk, Pre-Columbian Agriculture in the Southwest as Conditioned by Periods of Alluviation, 1940
6. Anthropology/Philosophy: Bush, W.T., Concerning the Concept of Pattern, 1940
7. Anthropology/Philosophy: Chicago, University of, A Syllabus of Anthropology 1937
8. Anthropology/Philosophy: Culture Growth, Anthropology 103A, Professor Kroeber, 1938
9. Anthropology/Philosophy: Eaton, Theodore H., Jr., Prehistoric Man in the Navajo Country, 1937
10. Anthropology/Philosophy: Goto (Baron), Handbook of Principles of Human Relations Involving the Administrator and the Administered In a Cross-Cultural Situation, 1950
11. Anthropology/Philosophy: Hansen, George H., Utah Lake Skull Cap, 1934
12-13. Anthropology/Philosophy: Kluckhohn, Clyde and William H. Kelly, The Concept of Culture [1944]
14. Anthropology/Philosophy: Osborne, Henry Fairfield, The Hall of the Age of Man, 1938
15-16. Anthropology/Philosophy: Underhill, Ruth Murray, Southwest Indians: An Outline of Social and Ceremonial Organization in New Mexico and Arizona, [1934]
17. Anthropology/Philosophy: USDA Soil Conservation Service, Conquest of the Land through 7,000 Years, 1953
18-19. Anthropology/Philosophy: Department of Social Relations, Harvard University
20-21. Anthropology/Philosophy: Friedmann, F.G., In Search of Meaning: Lectures prepared for delivery at the University of Munich
22. Anthropology/Philosophy: Graubard, Mark, Some Contemporary Observations on Ancient Superstitions, 1946
23. Anthropology/Philosophy: Jones, Tom B,. By the Rivers of Babylon Sat We Down, 1951
24-27. Anthropology/Philosophy: Course in Applied Anthropology, Books I-IV, September 1949

Box 55
1-4. Anthropology/Philosophy: Course in Applied Anthropology, Books V-VIII, September 1949
5. Environmental Needs of Man: Kimball, Solon T., A Case Study in Township Zoning, 1946
6. Environmental Needs of Man: Niederfrank, E.J., Planning Recreation for Rural Home and Community: A Guide for Extension Workers November 1950
7-14. Extension Service: Structure and Functions of the Federal Extension Service, 1941
15. Extension Service: Related Visit of Agricultural Research and Education Team, India, 1955
16-20. Food Habits Committee, 1942-1945
21-32. Meeting Notes, Oct. 1943-May 1944

Box 56
1-15. Meeting Notes, June 1944-Mar. 1945
16-17. Navaho District, ca. 1935
18. Place of Agriculture in Society: Brewster, John M., The Farmers' Role in the Development of the National Economy, August 1962
19. Place of Agriculture in Society: Mosher, Arthur T., Interrelationships Between Agricultural Development, Social Organization and Personal Attitudes and Values, 1960
20. Place of Agriculture in Society: National Farm Institute, Proceedings of Third Annual National Farm Institute, Des Moines, February 17-18, 1939
21-48. Staff Meetings: Feb. 1942-Feb. 1945

Box 57
1-9. Staff Meetings: March 1945-November [1946]
10. Staff Meeting Diary: 1945 - 1946
11-12. World Government: The Need for World Government, War Food Administration, 1945 [fragile]
13-32. Discussion Groups Note: includes list of papers, 1934-36
33. Organization of USDA: Organization of United States Department of Agriculture for WAR EFFORT, 24 January 1942
34. USDA Press Releases: Freeman Announces Provisions of Pilot Food Stamp Projects, 14 April 1961
35. USDA Press Releases: M.L. Wilson on Assignment to Greece as Extension Consultant, 18 May 1948

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Series 11: Collecting Activities -- Lincoln Collection, 1914-1953

Series 11 contains materials describing M.L. Wilson's collecting activities for his Lincoln collection. In spring 1914 Wilson's residence in Fallon, Montana, and his entire Lincoln collection were destroyed by fire. He immediately began to rebuild his Lincolniana. This series includes correspondence arranged according to dates and the Lincoln Collection bibliography/inventory. Folders marked with an asterisk have had photographs removed to Series 12.

Box 57 (cont.)
36-50. Correspondence 1914-53
51. Abraham Lincoln Collection Bibliography/Inventory

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Series 12: Photographs

Series 12 includes both photographs removed from boxes 1 through 57 and those found already separated in the collection. Categories of photographs include people, agriculture, exhibitions and miscellaneous. The photographs have been sequentially numbered.

Box 58

Folder 1. People
#1. Wilson group assembled on Cortland County hilltop [NY State] See: L.C. Cunningham to M.L. Wilson, 28 July 1939, 1:6
#2. Farmer Lisle Cottrell and the Wilson group [NY State] See: L.C. Cunningham to M.L. Wilson, 28 July 1939, 1:6
#3. Dr. Roland R. Renne sworn in as Assistant Secretary of Agriculture for International Affairs, 7 March 1963
#4. M.L. Wilson, ca. 1940
#5. M.L. Wilson, To my very good friend Elmer A. Starch
#5a. Franklin D. Roosevelt at the Lincoln Memorial on Lincoln's birthday, 1937.

Folder 2. People
#6. J.C. Taylor, Miss Katherine Jensen, Cy Chase on stage from Baker to Ekalaka, 1915
#7. Agricultural Short Course, photographic postcard 1917
#8. 4-H Club group
#9. Jack Taylor, Bradley, and M.L. trip up West Gallatin
#10. Abraham Lincoln
#11. Richard Theodore Ely, Ph. D., LL.D. See Box 19:24
#12. Albrecht Thaer, 1752 to 1828

Folder 3. Agriculture
#13. Norfolk Plough
#14. Plough type "Dombasle"
#15. Plow type I from Cavagno (Kt. Ticino)
#16. Plow from Cavagno (Ticino)
#17. Plow from the Grisons
#18. "Alter Aargauerpflug", Old Plow type of Aargau
#19. Plow from the Grisons

Folder 4. Agriculture
#20. Plow from Orsieres (Kt. Wallis)
#21. Plow from Torbel (Kt. Wallis)
#22. Oxen Team hauling gas for stage out of Baker, MT
#23. Sacked grain on the Nash place, 1910
#24. Threshing, ca. 1922
#25. Well-like silo near Wibaux
#26. Threshing machinery near Baker, 1910

Folder 5. Agriculture
#27. Threshing in Gallatin, 1915
#28. Threshing [photographic postcard]
#29. Best Oats in the U.S. [photographic postcard]
#30. [Discing?] in eastern Montana?
#31. Young Indian farmer and calf
#32. Young Indian farmer addressing a camp session
#33. First Young Farmers Camp at Dhangera

Folder 6. Exhibits
3#4. Areas of Indian Cultures in the United States
#35. Areas of Indian Cultures in Alaska
#36. Areas of Indian Cultures: The Discovery of America
#37. Areas of Indian Cultures: A Pictorial History of the Indian
#38. Areas of Indian Cultures: Indian History After Columbus
#39. Native American and 19th Century European American facing one another

Folder 7. Miscellaneous
#40. Avalanche Basin
#41. Chapman & Co's Entire Wheat Flour advertisement
#42. The Mystery of Edwin Drood by Charles Dickens advertisement.

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