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- Eula and Bennett Hagans with their son Milton looking at their new sink
Community and Extension
African American families
African American farmers
Home economics extension work
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- From Tom Wood article [with original], "'S & W [Sink & Water] Club' Helps Nash Folks to Better Concept of Living," published Saturday, April 16, 1960 by the North Carolina State College School of Agriculture, Division of Agricultural Information Press Section and the Extension Service and Experiment Station; Transcribed from article: [...] The Hagans, who live in a big, old white tenant house on Route One, Nashville, are somewhat unique among Nash County's Negro farmers. They are the first members of the "S&W Club" to install the modern sink unit [...]; Transcribed from caption: Eula Hagans and her husband, Bennett, with the new sink unit. Three-year-old Milton just doesn't go for the whole idea. (N.C. State photo).
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