4-H & NC State: Leading Together
The 4-H site was an application created as a mobile exhibition supplement to a physical exhibit. In 2017 that application was shut down but all of the content can be found below. Click on the images for more information about them.
4-H Club Week
North Carolina State 4-H Club members and leaders (including L. R. Harrill) attending the National 4-H Conference in Washington, D.C.
4-H Honor Club
L. R. Harrill, Bill Penil, and Jane Hinson Hill speaking at the North Carolina 4-H Honor Club Conference
Barbara Ann Davis (Howard) and Glenn W. Woodley performing at the North Carolina 4-H Honor Club Conference
Dairy judging teams at work during the 1932 [4-H] Short Course; the barn stood on the site of the present-day [Reynolds] Coliseum.
Henry Vanstory of Iredell County, one of the first club members to conduct a horse project in North Carolina
Faytie Cox Gray and Jackie Jackson look at corn stalk at the North Carolina 4-H Honor Club Conference
Charlie Parker, right, who grew a record 235 bushels of corn on one acre in 1911, pictured in a corn field with three other men
Mary Faye Jackson of Surry County, North Carolina, ironing a shirt at the National 4-H Club Congress
Two young women, 4-H team demonstration members from Chatham County, North Carolina, posing by a bumper sticker on a car that reads, "Eggs for trim chicks."
4-H club girl demonstrating the benefits of drinking milk as part of a 4-H diary foods demonstration
Pitt County, North Carolina, 4-H Club exhibit, "War is Declared, 4-Hers Battle Insects!" at North Carolina State Fair, 1957
Twelve-year-old boys find it fun to work on small gasoline engines. 4-H Club member Jimmy O'Brien of Wheatland, Wyoming, puts his weight behind the wrench as he removes a spark plug from a 4-cycle engine
North Carolina State University alumnus Governor James B. Hunt and wife Carolyn at his inaugural ball
4-H king and queen of health, behind them a herald trumpeting at North Carolina State 4-H Club Week held at North Carolina State College in Raleigh
H. C. Ousley, the 4-H king of health, crowned at North Carolina State 4-H Short Course held at North Carolina State College in Raleigh
4-H king and queen of health at North Carolina State 4-H Club Week held at North Carolina State College in Raleigh
Members of first officially recognized North Carolina Corn Club present at the dedication of an historical marker commemorating their pioneering work
North Carolina State 4-H Council officers shaking hands with a Dean I. O. Schaub during North Carolina State 4-H Club Week
I. O. Schaub, North Carolina's first Boy's Club agent, appearing at North Carolina State 4-H Club Week
Texas 4-H delegation watching L. R. Harrill try on cowboy boots at exchange program in Panola County, Texas
Figure showing the wheel of the 4th figure in "Green Sleeves," as taught by L. R. Harrill, to the special group of leaders at the annual 4-H State Short Course, Raleigh, N.C.
Ribbons won at agricultural fairs by a 4-H club girl for her canning as part of a 4-H food preservation program
Students reading about the Nazis' invasion of Paris in the Washington Post while at National 4-H Camp in Washington, D.C.
4-H club members presenting an ambulance to the United States Army Medical Department in honor of former 4-H club members now serving in the armed forces
L. R. Harrill and others watching the U.S.S. Tyrrell after it has been launched on July 10th, 1944 from Wilmington, North Carolina
History of the Project