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Manuals, Songbooks,
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Initially, specific projects and project books were developed at the local level. Beginning in 1919 projects began to be standardized and distributed by the Cooperative Extension Service of the United States Department of Agriculture.

 

Beginning Baking record book
1963 "Beginning Baking" booklet and "Beginning Baking" record book.
Courtesy: Eileen Krumbach

Market Livestock Record Book
1965 "4-H Market Livestock Record Book"
Courtesy: Eileen Krumbach

project manuals
9 project manuals
Courtesy: Jan Stehlik

manual manual page

Manuals from 1966
Manuals from 1966
Courtesy: Linda Gilson

The first national 4-H songbook was introduced in 1929.

songbook, 1929
National 4-H songbook, 1929. Helen Muller used this in the 1930s.
Courtesy: Eileen Krumbach

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