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Rowe McNeely, 4-H club agent from Iredell County, N.C.
Roy A. Taylor of Buncombe County, a 4-H alumni
Roy Coats and Elizabeth Johnston, president and vice president of the North Carolina State 4-H Council in 1936-37, standing together on steps
Roy Eubanks, 4-H club Esso scholarship winner, 1962
Rudolph Carl Ellis standing with his peanut crop and peanut roaster as a part of a 4-H club peanut project in Cumberland County, North Carolina
Rudolph Ellis (Cumberland County), Margerite Ellis (Durham County), Alfred Greene (Durham County), and Sue Parker reading about the Nazis' invasion of Paris in the Washington Post while attending the National 4-H Camp in Washington, D.C.
Rudolph Ellis (in front) and two other 4-H club members packing peanuts.
Rudolph Ellis of Cumberland County North Carolina attending the National 4-H Camp in Washington, D.C.
Rudolph Ellis, a 4-H club member, harvesting his peanut crop in Cumberland County, North Carolina
Rudolph Pate, a 4-H corn club member in Robeson County, North Carolina, sitting with his corn crop and demonstrating its high yeild over the county and state averages
Rural church in the South, typical of churches that participate in the 4-H Church Sunday
Rural farm kitchen
Rural life and education for negro boys and girls
Russell Garrett and Herbert McIntyre, Polk County, North Carolina dairy demonstration team, 1941 North Carolina 4-H North Carolina State 4-H Short Course
Russell Vick and family sitting together in Nash County, January 1960
Rusty Luty of Catawba County, North Carolina, showing his cow at the southwest district demonstration day
Ruth Askew, a 4-H club winner of projects and demonstrations
Ruth Current, State Home Demonstration Leader, with foreign visitors. Portrait is of Mrs. Jane S. McKimmon.
Ruth Hodgen Greensboro
Ruth Merrell, Henderson County, 4-H club development fund scholarship winner and a member of the 4-H home management program, 1962
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