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National Archives at Atlanta

RG 142 - Tennessee Valley Authority, Agricultural Relations Correspondence


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Correspondence Files, 1935-1976

Agricultural Relations Division

National Archives Identifier 4529761

 

This series contains correspondence regarding the development and management of agricultural resources, farming methods, fertilizer development, and soil conservation.


Box 1

Aa - Ah

Aamodt, O.S

Abernathy, S. G

Adams (A-Z)

Addresses

Advisory Panel

Ager, Paul W.

Agricultural Defense Relations

Agricultural Economics, Bureau of 1947-1943


Box 2

Agricultural Economics, Bureau of 1942-1941

Agricultural Marketing Administration

Agricultural Relations, Department

Ai-Al

Albrecht, William A

Alcorn County Cooperative

Aldred, J.W. H.

Aldrich (A-Z)

Alexander (A-Z)

Allbaugh, L.G

Allen, (A-Z)

Allen, L.N

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Co.

Allred, Charles E.

Am

American Fertilizer

American Health Association

American Institute of Cooperation

American Potash Institute

American Railroads, Association of


Box 3

American Society of Agricultural Engineers

American Youth Commission Project

Anderson (A-Z)

Anderson, Clinton P. 1947-1945

Anderson, F.A.

Andrews (A-Z)

An-Aq

Anthony, J.L.

Appalachian Forest Experiment Station

Ara - Arz

Ashcraft-Wilkinson Company

Associated Cooperatives, Inc 1946-1947 part


Box 4

Associated Cooperatives, Inc 1944-1946 part


Box 5

Associated Cooperatives, Inc 1943-1944 cont.

As-Az

Baa-Bam

Bailey, E. W.

Baker (A-Z)

Baker, Gerald F.

Baker, G. Orien

Baker, W.M. 1942-1947

Ball, C. R 1941-1947

Balmer, F. E.

Ban-Bar


Box 6

Bank for Coops, Central

Bank of Cooperatives, Columbia

Bank of Cooperatives, Louisville

Bank of Cooperatives, New Orleans

Barnett A-Z

Barrett, J.R.

Bass, Neil 1941- 1947

Baumeister, G.F.

Baver, L. D

Bas-Bd

Be-Bh

Beam, Velma

Beckman, F. Woods

Bell, Roscoe E.

Benton County Soil Erosion Control Assn.

Bl-Bn


Box 7

Black, John D. 1941-1947

Black, Sanna

Bi-Bk

Bishop, E. L.

Blackmore, John

Bledsoe, R. P.

Bliss, R. K

Bo - Bot

Bosworth, Carl A.

Bou - Bq

Boyd, H. B.

Boye, Charles L.

Br- Bram

Brabham, J. E.

Brackeen, L. O.

Bran - Brh

Brand, Charles J.

Brehm, C. E. 1941 - 1947

Bri- Bt

Brigham, Rheuben

Bromfiled, LewisBrooks, Judd

Brown, A-Z

Brown, H. L.

Brown, John E.

Brown, W. S

Bu-Bz

Buchanan, C. W.

Buchanan, R. E.

Buck, Robert K.


Box 8

Budget, Bureau of 1939-1947

Budget, Office

Buie, T. S.

Bunting, G. W.

Bureau of Animal Industry

Burlison, W. L.

Burnett, J. P.

C- Caq

Callahan, E. P.

Campbell, A. S.

Campbell Folk School, John C.

Campbell, J. Ed 1935-1947

Car-Cas

Carrigan, J. E

Carroll County Coop Supplies Assn.

Carson A-Z

Carter, A-Z

Case H. L.

Case Julian H.

Cassell, S. S.

Cat - Chd

Census, Bureau of

Central Farmers Fertilizer Co. 1946-1947 part


Box 9

Central Farmers Fertilizer Co. 1946-1947 part

Central Service Association

Chafee, C. M.

Chamber of Commerce A-Z

Chance, Frank S.

Chandler, S. G. 1938 - 1947

Chapman A-Z

Chapman, Paul W.

Chattanooga Times

Chemical Engineering Department

Chemical Warfare Service

Chemical A-z

Cheney, Horace B.

Cherry, R. D. 1939 - 1947

Che-Ck


Box 10

Chickamauga Producers 1940 - 1947

Civilian Conservation Corps

Civilian Production Administration

Child, Robert B.

Chute, Gordon L.

Cl - Cn

Claiborne Producers Inc.

Clapp, Gordon R. 1940-1947

Clark, W. W.

Clark A-Z

Clayton, Claude F. 1943 - 1948

Cleavenager, E. A

Clement, S. L. 1943-1947

Coa - Col

Colby, Fred W.

Cole, Dr. William E. 1946-1947


Box 11

Cole, Dr. William E. 1944-1945

Coleman, O. T.

Collins, W. B. 1941 - 1947

Colling, W. O.

Coltharp, R. D

Com - Con

Commerce Department (TVA) 1941-1947

Commerce, U.S. Department of

Commodity Credit Corporation

Committee’s A-Z

Conger, Iliff

Connelly, L. B

Conner, A.B.

Cooke, Morris L.

Coo-Cooz

Cooper, Thomas P. 1941-1947

Conner, W. B.

Cooperative League, The

Cooperative Mills Inc.

Copson, R. L. 1934 - 1947

Cop - Cot

Cotney, W. W.


Box 12

Cou - Crh

Crabtree, R. M

Cri - Cz

Cumberland Plateau

Cumberland Valley

Currie, R. E. 1941 - 1947

Curtis, Henry A. 1935 - 1947

D-Dav

Daniel, E. R.

Darby, William J.

Davidson A-Z

Davis, Harry S.

Davis, P. O. 1941-1947

Davis A-Z

Daw-Dd

De-Dn

Deakins, A. A.

Dent, S. P.

Department of Agriculture, U.S.

Derrick, M. K.

De Sager, W. A.

Dickerson, W. H., Jr.

Do-Dq

Dodd, D. R.

Donahue, Roy L.

Dorman, Clarence 1939-1942

Dinkard, A. W. Jr. 1937-1942

Duncan, H. S.


Box 13

Dr - Dz

E- Eb

Eastern States Cooperator

Eason, N. H

Eastern States Coop Milling Corp

Eastern States Farmers Exchange

Eastman Kodak Company

Ec - Ek

Edwards, Max

Eisenhower, M. S.

El - Em

Elliott, Joe

Elwood, Robert

Emerson, H. P.

Evans, R. M

Ewing, J. A

En - Ez

F - Fd

Farm Bureau, American (Resolutions)

Farm Bureau, American 1947


Box 14

Farm Bureau, American 1945 - 1946

Farm Bureau, American - Phos. Exp. Program 1945

Farm Bureau, American, 1944

Farm Bureau, American - Phos. Exp. Program 1944

Farm Bureau, American 1941 - 1942

Farm Bureau American, Assoc. of Women


Box 15

Farm Bureau, Co-op, Indiana

Farm Bureau, Co-op, Iowa

Farm Bureau, Co-op, Kemper County

Farm Bureau, Co-op, Kentucky

Farm Bureau, Mississippi

Farm Bureau, Federation Missouri

Farm Bureau, Southern

Farm Bureau, Tennessee ( Resolutions)

Farm Bureau, Tennessee 1937 - 1947

Farm Bureau, Vermont

Farm Bureau Federation, Virginia

Farm Bureau Association

Farm Credit Administration 1942 - 1947


Box 16

Farm Credit Administration 1938 - 1941

Farm Security Administration

Farmers Cooperative Exchange

Farnham, F. R.

Fe - Fk

Federal Reserve Bank, St. Louis

Federal Security Agency

Fentress Vegetable Growers, Inc.

Ferris, John P.

Fertilizer review

Filler, C. G

Finn, W. G

Finnery, Louis J.

Fippin, E. O. 1941 - 1947

Fish & Wildlife, U. S. 1943 - 1947


Box 17

Fish & Wildlife, U. S. 1941 - 1942

Fitts, W. C. Jr.

Fitts, W.C. 1943

Fl - Fn

Flakall Corporation 1935 -1947

Flately, J. W.

Feming, H. S.

Fo - Frd

Food Production Administration

Forest Service, U. S. 1939-1947

Forester, G. W.

Forestry Relations Department 1938 - 1947


Box 18

Fortune Magazine

Fowlkes, Thomas

Fraser, H. F.

Friant, R. J.

Friends of The Land

Frierson, R. E.

Frink, J. C.

Front Royal Quartermaster Depot

Fry, A. S.

Fre - Fz

Funchess, M. J.

G - Gd

Gant, George F.

General Accounting Office

Georgia Cotton Producers Association

Georgia Mountain Growers 1942 - 1947

Gibb, J. W.

Gl - Gq


Box 19

Goodman, John W.

Goulden, J. J.

Gowder, M. T.

Grange League Federation 19365 - 1947

Gray, F. J.

Greer, Kelly

Gregory, W. H.

Giffee, Fred

Griffin, Thomas J.

Groggisn, P. H.

Gutterman, C. E. F

Gr - Gz

H - Ham

Hall, Jacqualine

Han - Haz

Hardin, L. J

Harmon, A. B.

Harmon, W. T.

Harris A-Z

Hartman, W. A

Harvey, S. A.

Hasty, A. H.

He - Hh


Box 20

Health & Safety

Hegnauer, Leonard

Henderson, G. E.

Hendricks, H. E.

Henle, Maurice

Hi - Hn

Hill, Lister

Hiwassee College

Ho - Hop

Holisington, R. M.

Holmes, Horace C.

Holston Ordnance Works

Hoover, W. R.

Horlacher, W. R.

Hoq - Ht

Hoskins, J. D.

Hu - Hus

Huffman, C. F.

Hurd, C. J.

Hutcheson, John R

Hutcheson, T. B.

Hut - Hz

Ia - In

Ickes, Harold L.

Iddings, E. J.

Illinois Agricultural Association

Illinois Central System

Illinois Farm Supply Co. 1942 - 1947

Indiana Farm Bureau Cooperative Association

Interstate Commerce Commission 1942 - 1947


Box 21

Interior, Department of

International Commerce Commission

Interstate Commerce Commission

Iowa Plant Food Company

Irvine, Alan W.

Im - Iz

J - Jaq

Jacob, M.

Jandrey, A. S.

Jarnagin, Milton P.

Jar - Jor

Johnsgard, Gordon A.

Johnson A - Z

Johnson, E. L.

Jones A- Z

Jones, H. A.

Jones, L. I.

Jones, Dr. Randall J.

Jos - Jz

Junkins, J. N.

K - Kd

Ke - Kh

Kellogg, Charles E. 1944-1942


Box 22

Kellogg, Charles E. 1941

Kennedy, A. L.

Kennedy, Ralph

Kentucky Reservoir Land Use Assoc.

Kentucky Woodlands National Wild Life Refuge

Kerr, Pat

Ki - Kn

Kieffer, Dale C.

Kilbourne, Richard

Kilpatrick, Burce M.

Kimble, Ellis

King, W. A.

Kircher, J. C.

Kirkpatrick, Donald

Knapp, J. G. 1942 - 1947

Ko - Kz

Kohnle, E. L.

L - Ld

Ladd, C. E.

Lamke, E. A.

Lancaster, R. R.

Landess, W. M. 1935 - 1943

Larson, H. W. E.

Lathrope, H. R.

Lauderdale County Soil Conservation Association

Le - Lh

Lee, Atherton

Lee, W. D


Box 23

Lewis, W. W.

Li - Lir

Lilienthal, David E. 1940 - 1947

Lill, J. G.

Little, Malcolm G.

Lis - Ll

Lo - Lor

Longnecker, E. D

Lord, Russell

Louisvillw bank for Cooperatives

Los - Lov

Lowery, J. C.

Low - Lz

Ma - Ms

MacIntire, W. H. 1934 - 1947

MacLeod, Florence L.

Mann, M. G.

Marshall, M. Lee

Martin, W. H.

Martin A - Z


Box 24

Mat - Mc Co

Matthews, J. S

Mauney, Ross R.

McAmis, J. C. 1933 - 1947

McArdle, R. E.

McBroom, Robert B.

McCaslan, C. L.

Mc Cp - Mc Kz

McDade, R. C.

McFee, Fred T. 1939 - 1947

McIntosh, George S. 1934 - 1948

McKellar, Kenneth D.


Box 25

McKitrick, John L. 1941 - 1947

McL - Men

McLeod, J. H 1940 - 1947

McMillan, W. D.

McMinn Farmers Cooperative

McNairy County Supply Association

McNeil, Alex

McNeil, Charlie

McNelly, C. L.

McPherson

McReynolds, E. C.

Meigs Farmers Cooperative

Menhinick, Howard K.

Mercer, J. C.

Meriweather-Lewis Electric Coop.

Meo-Mil

Mid-South Cotton Growers Assn.

Middle TN Electric membership Coop

Miller, Arthur M 1941- 1947

Millar, C. E.

Miller, Harold F.

Miller A - Z

Milliman, T. E.

Mim - Min

Mims, Marvin

Mississippi Federated Coops 1944 - 1947


Box 26

Mississippi Federated Coops 1941 - 1943

Mio - Mod

Missouri Farmers Association, Inc.

Mitchell, Morris

Mitchell, Nolan

Monroe County Soil Erosion Control Assn.

Moe- Mor

Monsanto Chemical Company

Montgomery, C. A.

Mooers, C. A.

Moon, J. W.

Morgan, H. A. 1933 - 1947

Organ, E. L. 1936 - 1947

Morrell, Elise

Maurry, Crosby

Mos - Mz

Moyer, R. T.

N - Nd

Nanney, J. P.

National Cooperative Inc.

National Cotton Council

National Cottonseed Products Inc,

National Council of Farmers Coops

National A - Z

National Defense Commission

National Fertilizer Assn. 1946 - 1947


Box 27

National Fertilizer Assn. 1941 - 1945

National Farmers Union

National Nutrition Program

National Planning Association

National Resources Planning Board

Nations Agriculture

Ne - Nn

Neel, L. R.

Neely, John L.

Nelson A - Z

Newcomb, Gerald T.

Newell, Wilmon

Nichols, H. S.

Nichols, T. E.

Nicholson A -Z

No - Nz

Norris , George W. (Senator)

Norris Land Use Association

Oa - Ol

Northeast Mississippi Council

Oakridge Institute of Nuclear Studies

Obernhain, S. S.

O’Biren, R. E.

Oden A - Z

Odom, Lester

Office of Price Administration

Office of Production Management


Box 28

Ol - Ov

Ogg, W. R.

Olson, L. A. 1941 - 1944

Omernik, John T.

O’Neal, Edward A.

Ow - Oz

Owen, Marguerite

P - Paq

Pace, J. V.

Painter, D. T.

Par

Parker A - Z

Parker, T. B

Pas -Pe

Pederson, Thomas A.

Permenter, E. S.

Peterson, E. G.

Peterson A - Z

Phillips, G. B

Pierre, W. H.

Pitkin, Walter B.

Pf - Pk


Box 29

Pl - Pz

Pope, J. P.

Porter, H. C.

Porter, J. Frank

Posey, W. B.

Powers, H. A. 1939 - 1947

Prince A-Z

Progressive Farmer

Qa - Q z

R - Ram

Ramey, J. T.

Ramsower, H.C.

Ran - Rek

Rankin A-Z

Rapking, A.H.

Raunderbush, W. H.

Reaves, R. M. 1941 - 1944

Rel - Rob


Box 30

Reservoir Property Management

Reynolds, E. B.

Richardson A-Z

Ricks, J. R.

Rieger, A. D.

Roane County Soil Erosion Control Association

Roark, C. B.

Roberts, George

Roberts A-Z

Robertson, A. J.

Robinson A - Z

Rockwell, L. B.

Rogers A-Z

Rommel, George M. 1936 - 1945

Rood, Paul J.

Roosevelt, F.D.

Rose, Bernard I.

Rot - Rz

Rotary Club

Rowland, Edmond

Rural Electrification Association

Rusk, H. P.

S - Schae

Salter, L. C. 1942-1946


Box 31

Salter, L. C. 1938-1941

Salter, Robert M.

Sandefur, R. M.

Sanders, H. C.

Scarseth, George D.

Schaf - Schuk

Schaub, I. O.

Schnopp, W. C.

Schoenfeld, W. A.

Schoenmann, L. R.

Schoenmann, L. R.

Schul - Seh

Schultz, A-Z

Scott, T. G

Seath, D. M.

Seeber, Clifford

Seigworth, K. J.

Sei - Shh

Seitz, Charles E.

Self, L. L.

Selznick, Philip

Sessions, R. E.

Sharp, M. A.

Sheffield, Board of Trade

Shepard, Ward

Shi - Sj

Shoffner, R. W.


Box 32

Shouse, E. E.

Shultz, George P.

Sims, A. J.

Sims, Vernon W.

Slover, G. L.

Smalley, H. R.

Smith

Smith, Charles W.

Smith, Glen P.

Smith, J. P.

Smith, L. H.

Smith. Louis F.

Smithsonian Institute

Snyder, John I

Sk - Sn

So - Spd

Soil Conservation Service Programatic

Soil Conservation Service 1935 - 1944


Box 33

Soil Erosion Control Association

Solomon, Earle

Southern Agriculturist

Southern Agriculturist Marking Service

Southern Highlanders

Southern Highlanders, Inc, Norris Annual report

Southern Highlanders, Inc, Norris Budget

Southern Highlanders, Inc, Norris Contract with TVA

Southern Highlanders, Inc, Norris Finances

Southern Highlanders, Inc, Norris General

Southern Highlanders, Inc, Norris Progress Reports

Southern Highlanders, Inc, Norris Publicity

Southern Highlanders, Inc, Norris Supplies & Equipment

Southern Regional Film Committee

Southern States Cooperative Inc

Southwest Va. Agricultural Association


Box 34

Southwest Virginia Cooperative Inc

Spencer A-Z

Spe - Ss

Spottsword, A. D.

St - Sti

Stitts, T. G.

Stone, J. F

Straw, H. Tompson

Strickland, L. J.

Stucky, H. P.

Sturdevant, W. L.

Stj - Stz

Sunstrom, E. Arnold

Swidler, J. C.

Su - Sz

Symons, T. B.

T- Tao

Tap - Thn

Taylor A-Z

Taylor, Ernest

Tennessee Cooperative Supplies Association

Tennessee Farmers Cooperative

Tennessee Council of Farmers Coops


Box 35

Tennessee Valley Fert. Corp

Terrell, Rufus

Testerman, Ralph

Teutsch, William L

Thomas, Franklin E.

Thomas A - Z

Tho - Trd

Thor, A. U.

Thornton, M. K.

Thorpe, D. M.

Tidmore, J. W.

Townsend, M. Clifford

Treanor, Kenneth

Treasury Department, U.S.

Turner A-Z

Turner, F. H.

Tre - Tz

U

Union County Soil Club

U. S. Army

U. S. Commercial Company

Va - Vz

Valley Counties of Kentucky Coop 1946 - 1947


Box 36

Valley Counties of Kentucky Coop 1945

Vaughn A-Z

Vaughn, Theo L.

Voltz, P. W.

Vomund, J. W.

Walker, H. B.

W - Wal

Wagner, J. M.

Walker A-Z

Wam - Was

War Department 1942 - 1944

War Food Administration

War Production Board 1942 - 1944

Warrington, S. T.

Wat

Watkins, D. W.

Wayne, Clayborn

Weaver, O. T.

Webb, Lina


Box 37

Wengert, Norman

Wau - Wei

Wej - Whi

Wheating, L. C.

Wheeler, National Wildlife

White, E. H. 1941 - 1947

Whittle, W. O.

Whi - Wild

Wickard, C. R.

Wibe, A. H.

Wilcox, W. W.

Wildsmith, V. S.

Wile - Wils

Williamon, P. S.

Williams, D. E.

Williamson, H. H.

Williamson, J. T.

Willis, L. G.

Wilson, M. L.

Wilson, A-Z

West TN Truck Growers’ Association

Wilt, Wz

Winters, R. Y

Woodhouse, W. W.

Woods, R. B.

Worden, P. W.

Work, Joe


Box 38

Works Project Administration

Wyatt, C. E.

Young, Charles H.

Young, J. W. 1940- 1943

Y - Z

1. The Authority May 1941 - 1946

1 B Tennessee Valley Resources - Development & Use 1947

1 B Arrangement for Correlation of Agricultural Programs

1 B Study of Agricultural & Economic Problems of Cotton Belt

1 B TVA Programs & Policies 1946


Box 39

1 B TVA Programs & Policies 1942 -1945

1 B 6 Development of TN Valley Resources Program


Box 40

1 B 6

1 B 6 Conservation

1 B 11 Flood Control

1 B 16

1 C TVA Organization

1 C 6 1945 & 1946

1 C 6 Administrative Policies Procedures & Regulations

1 C 8 Program Authorization

1 C 9 Administrative Bulletins 1 - 50

1 C 10 Administrative Memo 19 - 190

1 C 11 Administrative Codes 31-62


Box 41

1 C 11 Administrative Codes 1 -30

1 C 12 Office Manuals: Handbooks

1 C 13 Forms

1 C 20 1944

1 C 20 Authorization Procedure 1941 - 1947

1 C 28 Progress & Activity Report

1 C 32

1 C 35 Correspondence Relating to TVA Annual Reports

1 E Identification & Pass System

1 F War Activity Aspects of Authority’s Program part


Box 42

1 F War Activity Aspects of Authority’s Program cont.

1 F National Defense

1 F 6 National Defense Housing 1941 - 1942

1 F 18 Post Emergency Planning 1941 - 1943

1 F 18 Post Emergency Planning General Publications

1 F 18 Post Emergency Planning Appalachian Reg. Publications

1 F 18 Post Emergency Planning Southeast Regional

1 F 20 Conservation of Materials Nov -1942 - 1943


Box 43

1 F 20 Conservation of Materials 1942 Cont.

1 F 21

2 Department’s Program

2 B Comparative Agricultural Trends 1935 - 1945

2 B Development of Dept’s Program 1938 - 1942

2 C 1944

2 C Evaluation & Exposition of Department’s Program


Box 44

2 C 7 Effects of Department’s Program on Regional Economy

2 C 13 Patent & Patent Procedures

2 C 20 Department’s Program Exposition

2 C 23 Cooperation with Information Office

2 C 24 Speeches & Articles - General

2 C 24 A

2 C 24 Albrecht, William A.

2 C 24 B

2 C 24 Baker, W. M.

2 C 24 C

2 C 24 Clark, noble

2 C 24 D

2 C 24 Davis A - Z

2 C 24 E

2 C 24 F

2 C 24 Fry, A. S.

2 C 24 G

2 C 24 H

2 C 24 Hill, Lister

2 C 24 I

2 C 24 J

2 C 24 K

2 C 24 L

2 C 24 Landess, W. M. 1941 - 1943

2 C 24 Lillienthal, D. E. 1941 - 1947

2 C 24 Lord, Russell

2 C 24 McAmis


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2 C 24 McA - McZ

2 C 24 M

2 C 24 Morgan, H. A.

2 C 24 N

2 C 24 O

2 C 24 P

2 C 24 Patton, James G.

2 C 24 R


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2 C 24 Sa - Sl

2 C 24 Sm - Sz

2 C 24 Salter, L. C.

2 C 24 Schultz, T. W.

2 C 24 T

2 C 24 V

2 C 24 W

2 C 24 White, E. H.

2 C 25 Movies, Slides, Photos

2 C 26 Reception of Visitors 1941 - 1947

2 C 27 1944

2 C 27 General Information 1934 - 1943


Box 47
3 Department Organization

3 (1)

3 (10) 1944

3 (11) Administrative Unit

3 (12) Program Exposition

3 (13) Fertilizer Distribution Staff

3 (15) Preliminary Investigation & Survey Division

3 (16) Test Demonstration Division 1938 - 1943

3 (17) Fertilizer Resources Division

3 (18) Reservoir Adjustment Division

3 (19) Rural Cooperative Research Division

3 (25) Ag. Relations Employee Association

4 B Staff Conference 1941-1943

4 B Staff Meetings & Conferences 1946

4 C Instruction Memoranda

4 E Dept. Administrative Releases 1943 - 1948

4 F Handbooks, etc

4 G Progress & Activity Reports

4 G 4 Monthly Progress Reports 1947 - 1948


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4 G 4 Monthly Progress Reports 1945 - 1947

4 G 7 Annual Report General 1941 - 1943

4 G 7 Program Exposition

4 G 7 (15) Preliminary Investigation

4 G 7 (16) Test Demonstrations

4 G 7 (18) Reservoir Adjustment

4 G 7 (19) Rural Cooperative Research

5 Cooperation with Outside Agencies

5 B Federal Departments & Agencies

5 C States

5 C Mississippi

5 C Tennessee

5 E Private Concerns & Individuals

6 Laws & Legal Matter

6 B Laws & Legislation

6 B 6 Federal Laws 1947 part


Box 49

6 B 6 Federal Laws 1945– 1947 cont


Box 50

6 B 6 Federal Laws 1943–1945 cont.

6 B 7 Section 13

6 B 7 Congressional Investigation Exhibit 14

6 B 16 State & County

6 B 16 Alabama

6 B 16 Florida

6 B 16 Georgia

6 B 16 Mississippi Federal Legislation

6 C Investigations of TVA by Federal Executive



Box 51

6 C 7 Annual Report

6 C 7 Soil Fertility Bill

6 C 7 Congressional Investigation part


Box 52

6 C 7 Congressional Investigation cont.

6 E Financial System & Procedures

12 1939 - 1940
13 Budget & Procedures 1946-1947

Box 53
13 Budget & Procedures 1944 - 1945

Box 54

13 Budget & Procedures - 1943


Box 55

13 (12)

13 (15) Preliminary Investigations & Surveys

13 (16)

13 (18) Reservoir Adjustment Division

13 (19) Rural Cooperative Research Division

14

15

15 B Accounting Distribution & Analysis

15 F Time Payroll & Accounting

15 F

15 F 2 1944

15 F 2 Salary Deductions for War Savings Boards

15 G Transportation Accounting

16 E Distribution of Transfer of Funds

16 E 12 Travel Expense

16 B 12 Black, John D

16 E 12 Abbott, Ouida

16 E 12 Russell, Lord

16 E 12 McCay, C. M.

17 Accounting for Property

17 C Property & Plant Accounting

17 C 15 Property Disposal 1944 -1946

17 C 18 Property Clearance Requests

17 C 24 Depreciation of Plant Property & Equipment

18 B

18 C Auditing by Federal Auditors

26 Black, John D.

Box 56

26 Clayton, Claude F.

26 Curtis, H. A.

26 Johnson, E. Lavelle

26 Lord, Russell

26 McAmis, J. C.

27 General

27 Personnel Actions

27 A - Z Candidates & Applicants

27 E Appointments & Transfers 1947


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27 E Appointments & Transfers 1937 - 1946

27 F 1943 - 1947

27 F Classification, Ratings & Job Descriptions

27 G General

27 G Consultants A-Z

2 7 H

27 J Lists of Employees & Personnel Schedules

27 K General 1940 - 1946

28 B Leave & Absence

28 B 6 Annual & Sick Leave

28 C 6

28 E Retirement Plan

28 F

28 F 6

28 F 12 Duel Compensation

28 F 15

28 G Holiday & Schedules

28 G Working Schedules

29 B Relations With Organized Employees


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29 B 6

29 B 13

30 C Training Courses 1942 -1947

37 C Promotional Health Work & Public Health

37 E Medical Services

37 E 21 Malaria Control

39 C

40 Safety

40 B Safety & Accident Prevention

40 C 6 Accident Reports

46

46 Office Warehouse Garage
46 Murphy NC Mauney Building

46 B Office Equipment

46 C

46 E Mail & Files 1944 - 1947


Box 59

46 E 6 Mail & Files 1941 - 1943

46 E 6 Franking Privileges

46 F Stenographic Services

46 G Drafting & Reproduction 1946 - 1947


Box 60

46 G Drafting & Reproduction 1941 - 1945

46 H Warehousing Service

46 J Library Services

60Travel

60 A

60 B Travel Regulations & Allowances

60 B 6 Travel by TVA Car

60 B 9 Garages & Hangars

60 C

66 Procurement

66 C Purchase Requisitions

66 J Priorities

69 B Thefts, Vandalism, Sabotage

69 C Fire

70 B 6 Dwellings & Residence

71 J 6 Paint, Varnish, Putty Dyes

72 A Coal

72 B Coke

75 C 26 Containers

76 B Boilers

76 C Farm Machines

76 F Vehicles

76 G (Irrigating Device)


Box 61

78 B 11

78 B 24 Refrigerators

79

79 A

79 A Ammonia

79 A Chemicals

79 A Minerals & Ores

79 F Explosives

90 B General Office Bulletins

90 C Press Releases & Clippings

90 C 6 Index of TVA News

98 A Mailing Lists & Addresses

98 B Visitors

98 E

98 F Houses & Rentals

98 M Census Data

98 m 6 Agricultural Census

98 M 12

99 B Electrical Power

99 B 6 Power System Studies

99 C Water Control in Rivers 1941 - 1945

99 C 6 Hydrologic & Hydrographic studies

99 C 9 Mapping & Surveying

99 C 15 Dams & Reservoirs General

99 C 15 Appalachia

99 C 15 Azalea

99 C 15 Chatuge

99 C 15 Cherokee Dam

99 C 15 Chickamauga


Box 62

99 C 15 Douglas

99 C 15 Fontana

99 C 15 Fort Loudon

99 C 15 Guntersville

99 C 15 Hiwassee Project

99 C 15 Hiwassee Reservoir

99 C 15 Holston

99 C 15 Kentucky

99 C 15 Norris

99 C 15 Nottely

99 C 15 Ocoee # 3

99 C 15 Pickwick

99 C 15 South Holston

99 C 15 Watauga

99 C 15 Upper Holston

99 C 15 Watts Bar

99 C 15 Wheeler

99 C 18 Highways & Railroads

99 E Chestuee 1946 - 1948


Box 63

99 E Chestuee 1944 -1945

99 E Water Control on the Land

99 E 6 Forestry

99 F Regional Planning

99 F 12 1944

99 F 12 Industrial Development

99 M 12

100 B 1946 - 1947


Box 64

100 B 1942 - 1947

100 B Agreement USDA - TVA

100 B 9 Advisory Committee Soil Conservation Service

100 B 9 Correlating Committee part


Box 65

100 B 9 Correlating Committee cont

100 B 9 Committee on Extensions

100 B 9 Coordinating Committee

100 B 9 Cooperatives 1944 - 1947

100 B 9 Committee of Organization


Box 66

100 B 9 Post War Planning

100 B 9 Committee on Research 1944 -1947

100 B 10 Miscellaneous Committee

100 B 10 Agronomic Committee

100 B 10 Farm Forestry

100 B 10 Food Committee

100 B 10 Land Grant Colleges Post War Planning

100 B 10 Nitrogen

100 B 10 Nitrogen Procedures

100 B 10 Northwestern Phosphate Committee

100B 10 Postwar Inter-Bureau Committee


Box 67

100 B 10 Postwar Planning General 1944 - 1947

100 B 10 Postwar Planning Appalachian Region 1942 - 1945

100 B 10 Postwar Planning Southeast Region 1944 - 1945


Box 68

100 B 10 Postwar Planning Southeast Region 1942 - 1943

100 B 10 Regional Marketing Commission

100 B 10 Technical Committee

100 B 10 Test Demonstration Committee

100 B 10 Reports

100 B 12 Knoxville 1944

100 B 12 Birmingham 1944

100 B 12 Coordinating Committee Meetings 1943

100 B 12 Atlanta 1943

100 B 12 Coordinating Committee Meetings 1941-1942

100 B 13 Valley State Conference 1946 - 1947


Box 69

100 B 13 Valley State Conference 1941 - 1945

100 B 13 Minutes of Directors’ Conference 1 - 15

101 B Elements of Fertility

101 B 6 Elements of Soil Fertility

101 B 9

101 B12

101 B12 Potassium


Box 70

101 B15 Nitrogen 1947 - 1937

101 B 16 Liquid Ammonia

101 B 17 Ammonia

101 B 18 Phosphorus


Box 71

102 Production of Plant Foods & Products

102 A Economics of Plant Food Productions & Cost 1941 - 1947

102 A 3 Deposits of Fertilizers 1941-1947

102 A 6 Manufacturing Cost & Sales 1946-1947


Box 72

102 A 6 Manufacturing Cost & Sales 1936-1941

102 A 6 (1)

102 A 6 (2) 1944

102 A 6 (15)

102 A 6 (18)

102 A 6 (21)

102 A 6 (35)

102 A 6 (38)

102 A 6 (50)

102 A 6 (51)

102 A 6 (52)

102 A 7 -1947


Box 73

102 A 7 1945-1946

102 A 7 National Fertilizer Program 1944 - 1947


Box 74

102 A 7 National Fertilizer Program 1943 - 44

102 A 7 Plant Food Production - Capacity Expansion 1941-1943

102 A 7

102 A 9 Plant Food Consumption

102 A 12 Investigation of Fertilizer Industry


Box 75

102 A 20 Processing Fertilizer Size of Granulation

102 A 23

102 B

102 B Research in New Plant Foods

102 C

102 E

102 E Fertilizer and By-Products

102 E 12

102 E 15

102 E 15 Discalcium Phosphate

102 E 16 Sulphuric Acid Experimental

102 E 18 Superphosphate 1942 - 1947

102 E 19 Limestone-Ferrophosphorus

102 E 21 Phosphate Rock, Ground, Raw & Fused 1941 - 1947

102 E 22 Diamonium Phosphate


Box 76

102 E 24 Ground Raw Rock

102 E 27 Fused Rock

102 E 31 Calcium Metaphosphate 1939 - 1946

102 E 34 Potassium Metaphosphate 1949-1947

102 E 35

102 E 37 Potassium Calcium Meta.

102 E 38 Limestone

102 E 40 Phosphoric Acid

102 E 46 Fluorine

102 E 50 Anhydrous Ammonia

102 E 51 Ammonium Liquor 1942 - 1946

102 E 52 1944 -1947


Box 77

100 E 52 1943 - 1944

102 E 53 Sodium Nitrate

102 E 90 1940 -1946

102 E 100 Guntersville

102 E 100 Norris Limestone

102 E 100 Crushed Limestone Salvages

102 E 100 (K) Salvaging Linestone Kentucky

103 Estimate of Fertilizer Needs 1944 - 1947


Box 78

103 Estimate of Fertilizer Needs 1940 - 1943

104

104 B Contracts 1942 - 1947

104 B 2 Contract Projects 1940 -1947

104 B 4 Water Shed Project

104 B 8 Procedure Policy

104 B 9 Budget


Box 79

104 B 10 Appropriation : Account Numbers

104 B 12 Training

104 B 12 Personnel

104 B 13 Retirement System

104 B 14 Selective Service System

104 B 15 Expenditures

104 B 18 Laws and Regulations : Funds

104 B 21 Accounting for Funds

104 B 24 Supplies and Equipment

104 B 25 Photos, Movies, Slides 1940-1947

104 B 26

104 B 27 Inventory 1944–1947


Box 80

104 B 27 Inventory 1941 - 1943

104 B 30 Salaries

104 B 33 Travel

104 B 40 Claims and Reimbursements

104 B 50 Conferences & Meetings 1945 - 1947


Box 81

104 B 50 Conferences & Meetings 1940 - 1944

104 B 50 Agricultural Conservation

104 B 50 Agricultural Engineers

104 B 50 Agronomists and Animal Husbandry

104 B 50 Agronomists

104 B 50 American Society of Agronomy

104 B 50 American Institute of Cooperation

104 B 50 Ammonium Liquor Wilson Dam

104 B 50 Ammonium Nitrate

104 B 50 Ammonium Nitrate Muscle Shoals

104 B 50 Assistant Agents Training Tour


Box 82

104 B 50 County Agent Training Tour 1st Phase

104 B 50 County Agent Training Tour 2nd Phase

104 B 50 County Agent Training Tour 3rd Phase

104 B 50 Coops Chicago

104 B 50 Coops Baltimore

104 B 50 Division Managers

104 B 50 Division Managers Power Conference

104 B 50 Extension Editors

104 B 50 Farm Machinery

104 B 50 Farm Bureau Federation

104 B 50 Farm Bureau, American Chicago

104 B 50 Farm Bureau, TN

104 B 50 Cooperatives, Baltimore MD

104 B 50 Fertilizer Coops Chicago

104 B 50 Wholesale Purchasing Coops


Box 83

104 B 50 Land Grant Colleges Chicago 1942 - 1947

104 B 50 Farmers Coops Birmingham

104 B 50 Fertilizer Coops Muscle Shoals 1941 - 1942

104 B 50 National Nutrition

104 B 50 Nitrogen Producers Industry Advisory Comm.

104 B 50 Producers Industry Advisory Commission

104 B 50 Nitrogen Muscle Shoals

104 B 50 Phosphate Deposit Conference

104 B 50 Poultry men

104 B 50 Regional Marking Commission

104 B 50 Rural Electrification

104 B 50 Rural Housing Meetings & Conferences

104 B 50 Soil Survey

104 B 50 Southern Agriculture. Workers 1941 -1947

104 B 50 Southern Agriculture Workers Memphis 1943


Box 84

104 B 50 Southern Agriculture Workers New Orleans 1942

104 B 50 Southern Agriculture Workers Atlanta 1941

104 B 50 Southern Mountain Workers

104 B 50 Southern Pasture and Forge

104 B 50 Southwestern Virginia Soil Conservation

104 B 50 State Demonstration Supervisors

104 B 50 Supervisors 1944 -1947

104 B 50 Supervisors & Editors 1941

104 B 50 Supervisors & Agronomists

104 B 50 Supervisors Knoxville


Box 85

104 B 50 Supervisors Tour of Georgia 1942

104 B 50 Tennessee Valley Advisory Committee

104 B 50 United Nations Food Conference

104 B 55 Food & Grass Roots

104 B 55 General Information Materials 1941 - 1947

104 C Testing Program & Related Activities

104 C 6 Soil Survey 1935 -1947


Box 86

104 C 11 Map & Mapping 1935 - 1947

104 C 16 Distribution of Fertilizers

104 C 16 (1) Slag 1940 - 1947

104 C 16 (2) Limestone 1940 - 1947


Box 87

104 C 16 (3) Chickasaw Limestone

104 C 16 (4) Kentucky Limestone 1940 - 1943

104 C 16 (15) Dicalcium Phosphate

104 C 16 (18)

104 C 16 (19)

104 C 16 (21) Fused Rock

104 C 16 (22) Diammonium Phosphate

104 C 16 (35) Distribution Potash Phosphate Ash

104 C 16 (38)

104 C 16 (50) Anhydrous Ammonia

104 C 16 (50) WPB Allocations Anhydrous Ammonia

104 C 16 (51) Ammonia Liquor

104 C 16 (51) WPB Allocations Ammonium Liquor

104 C 16 (52) Ammonium Nitrate 1944 - 1947


Box 88

104 C 16 (52) Ammonium Nitrate 1943

104 C 16 (52) Ammonium Nitrate A-Z

104 C 16 (52) WPB’S Allocation of Ammonium Nitrate

104 C 16 (52) Brokers A-Z

104 C 16 (52) U.S. Commercial Company

104 C 16 (53)

104 C 16 (90) Rate - Calcium Silicat Slag

104 C 19 Policies - Distribution of TVA Plant Foods

104 C 22 Distribution for Testing Programs

104 C 23 Sale of Ammonium Nitrate

104 C 25 Transfer at Cost

104 C 27

104 C 31

104 C 33 Improved Packaging Methods 1941 - 1947

104 C 37 Cooperatives Estimates of Plant Food Needs

104 C 40 General Distribution - Fertilizer 1947


Box 89

104 C 40 General Distribution- Fertilizers 1941 -1946

104 C 40 (51)

104 C 40 (52) Shipments of Ammonium Nitrate

104 C 43 Freight Rates 1943 -1947


Box 90

104 C 43 Freight Rates 1935 -1942

104 C 43 (52) Rates on Ammonium Nitrate

104 C 46 Rates

104 C 50 Records of Orders

104 C 59

104 C 65 Daily Orders Placed


Box 91

104 C 66 Shipments March - Dec 1947

 

Box 92

104 C 66 Shipments April 1946 - Feb 1947


Box 93

104 C 66 Shipments May 1945 - March 1946

 

Box 94

104 C 66 Shipments May 1944 - April 1945


Box 95

104 C 66 Shipments July 1943 - April 1944


Box 96

104 C 66 Shipments March 1942- June 1943


Box 97

104 C 66 Shipments Jan 1941 - Feb 1942

104 C 68 Orders receipts & Shipments 1946 - 1947


Box 98

104 C 68 Orders receipts & Shipments 1941 - 1945

104 C 85 Fertilizer Inquiries

104 C 85 Fertilizer Inquiries Alabama - Michigan


Box 99

104 C 85 Fertilizer Inquiries Minnesota - Wisconsin inc. Puerto Rico & S. America

104 C 91 TVA Inquiries & Orders

104 C 113 Storage

104 C 116 Inventory

104 C 119 Mechanical Condition of Plant Foods 1941 - 1947

104 C 123 Grinding Tests

104 C 125

104 C 141 Accounting for Funds

104 C 144


Box 100

104 C 147 (4)

104 C 148

104 C 160 (6)

104 C 168 (4) Unpaid Invoices Kentucky Limestone

104 C 180 Plant Food Investigation

104 C 183 Cooperatives Project

104 C 186 Controlled Soil & Fertilizer Investigations 1940 - 1943

104 C 187 Rate of Application

104 C 192 Analysis of Fertilizer

104 C 211 Greenhouse

104 C 214 Chemical Properties of Soil

104 C 218 Experimental Plots

104 C 222 Animal Feeding Tests 1943 - 1946

104 C 255

104 C 288 Phosphorous Nutrition

104 C 235 Human Nutrition


Box 101

104 C 233 Farm Planning & Activities

104 C 234 Farm Management & Production Goals 1942 - 1947


Box 102

104 C 234 Farm Management & Production Goals 1941 - 1942

104 C 235 Pasture & Meadow Test

104 C 238

104 C 244 Soil Erosion & Water Runoff

104 C 250 Insecticide & Fungicide

104 C 251 Copper Arsenite Insecticide- Fungicide

104 C 257 Phosphoric Acid - Silgage Preservative

104 C 268

104 C 300 Test Demonstration 1946 - 1947


Box 103

104 C 300 Test Demonstration 1936 - 1946

104 C 302 Garden Project

104 C 305 Reports on Demonstration 1939 - 1947

104 C 305 Reports on Demonstration

104 C 332

104 C 335 Coordination of Programs

104 C

104 C 330


Box 104

104 C 338 Farm Forestry

104 C 240 Program & Studies

104 C 341 Commerce Department


Box 105

104 C 344 Agricultural Engineering

104 C 347 Demonstrations of Agricultural machinery

104 C 350 Furrow Seeder

104 C 351 Portable Saw Mill

104 C 352 Hay Dryer

104 C 353 Economy Thresher

104 C 354 Fertilizer Crushing & Pulverizing

104 C 357 Demonstration of Electrical Processes

104 C 359 Irrigation Demonstrations

104 C 361 Ag. Processing Research

104 C 362 Flax

104 C 368 Quick Freezing 1942 - 1947


Box 106

104 C 368 Quick Freezing 1939 - 1941

104 C 368 Spring City

104 C 371 Wood Utilization Project

104 C 372 Sweet Potato Dehydrator

104 E Assistant to Coops 1935 - 1947

104 E 6 Organization of Farmers Cooperatives

104 E 9 Management of Farmers Cooperatives

104 E 12 Business Activities of Farmers Coops

104 E 15 Cooperative Use of Farm Equipment

104 E 18

104 E 22 Cooperative Educational & Promotional Program

104 E 25


Box 107

104 E 30

104 E 35 Marketing Agricultural Products

104 F Agricultural Adjustments

104 F 6 Agricultural Aspects of TVA Land

104 F 11 Effects of TVA Land on Economy

104 F 16 Relocation & Readjustment

104 F 28

104 F 28 (1) Reservoir Relocation & Readjustment

104 F 41 Norris

104 F 44

104 F 45 Hiwassee Relocation & Readjustment

104 F 47 Chickamauga

104 F 49 Kentucky Relocation & Readjustment 1941 -1944

104 F 49 (1) Agricultural Education & Training

104 F 50 Watts Bar Relocation

104 F 51 Ft. Loudon

104 F 53 Cherokee

104 F 59 Douglas Reservoir

104 F 60 Hales Bar

104 F 60 (1) Hales Bar

104 F 65 Hiwassee Project

104 F 65 Hiwassee Project Apalachia, Chatuge, Nottely & Ocoee

104 F 66 Upper Holston Project

104 F 68 Fontana

104 F 119

104 F 150 Use of TVA Lands 1938 - 1947


Box 108

104 F 155 (6)

104 F 156 Taking Line

104 F 160 Land Acquisition General

104 F 160 (1) Land Acquisition General 1941-1947

104 F 160 (6) 1940 -1944

104 F 160 (9) Agricultural Studies

104 F 171 Norris Properties

104 F 171 (1)

104 F 172 Wheeler Land Use

104 F 173 Wilson

104 F 173 (1)

104 F 174 Pickwick Land Use

104 F 175 Hiwassee Reservoir

104 F 175 (1) Hiwassee Taking Line

104 F 176 Guntersville

104 F 177 Chickamauga Land Use


Box 109

104 F 179 Kentucky Dam 1941 - 1946

104 F 179 (1) Kentucky Land 1942 - 1943


Box 110

104 F 179 (1) Kentucky Land 1941

104 F 179 (6) Social & Economic Problem

104 F 180 Watts Bar

104 F 180 (1) Watts Bar Land

104 F 180 (6) Social & Economic Problems

104 F 181 Fort Loudoun

104 F 181 (1) Fort Loudoun Land

104 F 181 (6) Social & Economic Problems

104 F 182 Hales Bar

104 F 182 (1) Hales Bar Land

104 F 183 Cherokee

104 F 183 (1) Cherokee Land

104 F 184 Ocoee # 1

104 F 185 Ocoee # 2

104 F 189 Douglas

104 F 189 (1) Douglas Purchase Boundaries


Box 111

104 F 189 (6) Social & Economic Problems

104 F 190 Hiwassee Projects (Chauge, Nottely )

104 F 190 (1) Apalachia

104 F 190 (1) Chatuge

104 F 190 (1) Hiwassee Project Purchase Boundaries

104 F 190 (6) Hiwassee Project

104 F 191 Watauga

104 F 191 Upper Holston Project

104 F 191 (1)

104 F 193 Fonatana

104 F 193 (1) Fontana Purchase Boundaries

104 F 200 Management of TVA Land 1939- 1947

104 F 206

104 F 209 Interdepartmental Coordination Committees

104 F 213 Management Areas


Box 112

104 F 216 Kentucky Reservoir 1939- 1947

104 F 219 Muscle Shoals Area 1946 - 1948


Box 113

104 F 219 Muscle Shoals Area 1939 -1946

104 F 222

104 F 226 Guntersville - Wheeler Area 1943 - 1947


Box 114

104 F 226 Guntersville - Wheeler Area 1939 -1942

104 F 229 Chattanooga Area (Chickamauga)

104 F 232 Great Falls Area

104 F 235 Knoxville Management Area


Box 115

104 F 238 1942 - 1947

104 F 241 Norris - Cherokee Area 1939 - 1948


Box 116

104 F 244 Douglas

104 F 250 Disposition of Authority Owned Lands

104 F 253 County Soil Conservation Association 1940- 1946

104 F 256 Contracts for licensing Lands

104 F 259 License issued to Farmers

104 F 266 Sale of Surplus Land 1941 -1947


Box 117

104 F 266 Sale of Surplus Land 1939 - 1940

110 War Department
119 Farm Products

119 B Crops

119 B 2 Cost of Production

119 C

119 C 1 Corn

119 C 2 Wheat

119 C 3 Oats

119 C 4

119 C 5 Barley

119 E Grasses (hay)

119 E 1 Sudan Grass

119 F Legumes

119 F 1

119 F 2 Clovers

119 F 3 Alfalfa

119 F 4 Beans

119 F 5 Peas

119 F 6 Irish Potatoes

119 F 7 Sweet Potatoes

119 F 8 Beets

119 F 13 Vetch

119 F 14 Kudzu

119 F 15 Mushrooms

119 F 24 Lwspedeza

119 G 1

119 G 2 Cotton

119 G 4 Cottonwood

119 H 1 Apples

119 H 2 Peaches

119 H 5 Strawberries

119 H 6 Raspberries

119 H 8

119 J Tobacco


Box 118

119 M Livestock

119 M 1 Poultry

119 M 2

119 M 3 Cattle

119 M 5 Hogs & Pigs

119 N Poultry Products

119 N 1 Eggs

119 P Dairy Products

119 P 1 Cheese

119 P 2

119 P 4 Milk

119 R Trees

119 R 7 Black Locust

120 USDA 1943 - 1947


Box 119

120 USDA 1935 - 1942

120 B 40 Claims

120 B 50

120 B 55

120 C 235

130 Agricultural Adjustment Agency 1940-1947

130 C 16 (1)

130 C 38 Statement of Orders, Shipments

130 C 71 Distribution


Box 120

130 C 74

130 C 99 Shortages Damages Claims

130 C 166 Invoices

130 C 168

131 ECR General 1940 - 1945

131 Receiving Reports

131 B 10 Appropriations & Allotment Symbols

131 C 16 (1) ECR Slag Shipments

131 C 16 (3) ECR Chickamauga Limestone

131 C 59 ECC Statement of Orders

131 C 71 Distribution

131 C 74 ECR Orders 1942 -1944


Box 121

131 C 74 ECR Orders 1940 -1942

131 C 99 Damages & Loss

131 C 141

131 C 168 Unpaid Invoices

143 North Central Region

143 B 10 Appropriations

143 C 68 Status of Orders

143 C 71 Distribution

143 C 74 NCR Orders

143 C 99 Damage & Loss Claims

154

154 C 68

154 C 71 Distribution

163 SR General

163 (1) Southeast Region Slag

163 B 10 Appropriation & Allotment Symbols

163 B 50

163 C 16 (1) Distribution of Slag

163 C 16 (2)

163 C 43

163 C 46

163 C 68 Status of Orders

163 C 71 Distribution


Box 122

163 C 74 Request for Shipment 1941 - 1943

163 C 162 Invoices

163 C 168 Unpaid invoice

173  WRT General
173         Appropriations & Allotment Symbols

173 C 68 Status of Orders

173 C 74 WR Orders

173 C 99 Shortages

173 C 162 WR Invoices

173 C 168 WR Unpaid Invoices

178 B 10

183 C 74 Transmittal Letters

184  Western Division
190  Bureau of Plant Industry 1943 - 1947

Box 123

190 Bureau of Plant Industry 1934 -1942

190 B 2

190 B 40 Claims

190 B 50

190 B 186

200 Land Grant Colleges

201

201 B Contracts

201 B 2

201 B 4 Watershed Area

201 B 8 Procedure & Policy

201 B 9 Budgets 1941-1948

201 B 12 Training

201 B 12 Personnel 1943-1947


Box 124

201 B 12 Personnel 1935 - 1942

201 B 14 Selective Service Alabama

201 B 21 Accounting for Funds

201 B 24 Supplies Equipment

201 B 25 Photos Slides

201 B 26

201 B 27 Inventory

201 B 30 Salaries

201 B 33 Travel & Subsistence

201 B 40 Claims & Reimbursements

201 B 50 Conferences & Meetings 1942 - 1947


Box 125

201 B 50 Conferences & Meetings 1941

201 B 55 Informational Material

201 C 6 Soil Survey

201 C 7 Inspection Reports

201 C 11 Maps & Mapping

201 C 16 (1)

201 C 19

201 C 23 Request for Purchase Sale of Phosphate

201 C 33 Development of Improved Packaging Methods

201 C 37 Estimate of Plant Foods 1941 -1947

201 C 40 Distribution of Fertilizer

201 C 43 Freight Rates

201 C 113 Storage

201 C 116 Inventory

201 C 119

201 C 148

201 C 183 Belle Mina Sub-Station

201 C 186 Fertilizer Experiments


Box 126

201 C 187 Rate of Applications

201 C 211 Greenhouse Tests

201 C 222 Animal Feeding

201 C 233 Planning, Farm & Land

201C 234 Production Goals

201 C 235 Pasture & Meadow Tests

201 C 244

201 C 300 Test Demonstration 1939-1947

201 C 300 Inactive Test Demonstrations

201 C 302 Garden Project

201 C 305 Reports of Demonstration 1940 - 1947


Box 127

201 C 306 Special

201 C 320 State Summaries

201 C 332

201 C 338 Forestry 1940 -1947

201 C 340

201 C 341

201 C 344 Agricultural Engineering Development

201 C 347 Demonstration of improved Agriculture Machinery

201 C 353 Economy Thresher

201 C 361 Agricultural Processing Research

201 C 368 Quick Freezing

201 E Activities of Coops

201 E 6 Organization of Farmers’ Coops

201 E 12

201 E 35 Marketing Agricultural Products

201 F 16 Relocation & Readjustment

201 F 160 (6)

201 F 250 Licenses Issued To Farmers

202 Alabama

202 C 330 Co. Practical Demonstrations

202 C 116 Autauga: C 330

202 C 116 Bullock: C330

202 C 330 Butler

202 C 116 Calhoun

202 C 330 Carroll

202 C 116 Chambers: C330

202 C 116 Clark: C330

202 C 116 Clay: C330

202 C 16 (1) Cleburne: C116, C330

202 Coffey

202 C 16 (1) Colbert: C116, C330

202 C 330 Conecuh

202 C 116 Cullman: C330

202 C 116 Dallas: C330

202 C 116 DeKalb: C330


Box 128

202 C 116 Escambia: C330

202 C 116 Etowah: C330

202 C 116 Fayette: C330

202 C 16 (35) Franklin: C116, C330

202 C 330 Geneva

202 C 330 Greene

202 C 116 Hale: C330

202C 330 Henry

202 B 4 Jackson: C16 (1), C116, C330, C 338

202 C 330 Lamar

202 C 16 (1) Lauderdale: C116, C330, C338

202 C 7 Lawrence: C 16 (1), C116, C330

202 C 16 (1) Limestone: C 116, C 306, C330

202 C 116 Lowndes: C330

202 Madison: B 4, C 7, C 16 (1), C 330

202 C 16 (1) Marion: C116, C 330,

202 C 16 (1) Marshall: C116, C330

202 C 116 Montgomery: C330

202 Morgan: C 16 (1), C116, C330

220 C 116 Perry: C330

202 C 330 Pickens

202 C 116 Pike: C330

202 C 16 (1) Randolph: C116, C330

202 C 116 St. Clair: C330

202 C 116 Shelby: C330

202 C 116 Sumpter: C330


Box 129

202 C 116 Tuscaloosa: C330

202 C 330 Walker

202 C 330 Washington

202 C 330 Whitlock

202 C 116 Wilcox: C330

202 C 16 (1) Winston: C116, C330

203 Georgia

203 B Contracts

203 B 2 Projects

203 B 4

203 B 8

203 B 9 Budget 1941 - 1947

203 B 12 Georgia Personnel

203 B 14 Selective Service

203 B 15 Expenditures

203 B 21 Accounting for Founds

203 B 24 Supplies & Equipment Georgia

203 B 25 Photos & Slides 1943-1947


Box 130

203 B 25 Photos & Slides 1940 -1942

203 B 27 Inventory

203 B 30 Salaries

203 B 33 Travel & Subsistence Georgia

203 B 36 Other Expenditures

203 B 40 Claims Georgia

203 B 50 Conferences & Meetings 1935 -1947

203 B 55 General Information 1942 -1947


Box 131

203 B 55 General Information 1935 - 1941

203 C 6 Soil Survey 1941 -1947

203 C 11 Maps & mapping

203 C 16 (1)

203 C 19 Policies - Distribution

203 C 22 Sample Shipments of Fertilizer

203 C 23 Request for Purchase - Phosphate

203 C 33 Development of Improved Methods

203 C 37 Cooperator’s Estimates of Plant Food Needed 1941 -1947

203 C 40 Distribution of Fertilizer

203 C 43 Routing & Dispatching Materials

203 C 46 Freight Rates

203 C 50

203 C 113 Storage

203 C 116 Inventory

203 C 119 Mechanical Conditions of Plant Foods

203 C 125

203 C 144

203 C 148

203 C 183 General Cooperatives Projects 1936 -1947

203 C 186

203 C 187 Rate of Application

203 C 192

203 C 222

203 C 233 Farm & Land Planning


Box 132

203 C 234 Farm Management

203 C 235 Pasture & Meadow Tests

203 C 244 Soil Erosion & Water Run Off

203 C 300 Test Demonstration 1939-1947

203 C 300 Test Demonstrations Inactive

203 C 302 Garden Project

203 C 305 Reports of Test Demonstration -1947

203 C 332

203 C 338 Forestry Department - Soil Erosion & Water Control

203 C 341

203 C 344 Agricultural Engineering Development

203 C 347 Demonstration Improved Agricultural Machinery

203 C 351

203 C 352 Hay Drier

203 C 233 Economy Thresher

203 C 357 Rural Electrification

203 C 359 Irrigation Demonstration

203 C 361 Agricultural Processing Research

203 C 362 Flax Growing Experiment

203 C 368 Quick Freezing


Box 133

203 E Assisting Farmers Coops

203 E 6 Organization of Farmers Cooperatives

203 E 9 Management of Farmers Cooperatives

203 E 12

203 E 15

203 E 18

203 E 35 Marketing Agricultural Products

203 F 16 Relocation & Readjustment

203 F 65 Hiwassee Project

203 F 330 Test Demonstrations

204 C 330 Barrien GA Test Demonstration

204 C 116 Barrow - Inventory & C330 Test Demonstration

204 C 330 Bartow

204 C 330 Ben Hill

204 C 116 Benton Hill

204 C 16 (1) Bibb; C 116; C 330

204 C 330 Bullock

204 C 16 Carroll; C 116, C 330

204 B 4 Catoosa County; B 24, C 6, C 16 (1), C 116, C 330

204 C 16 (1) Chattooga, C 16 (2), C 116, C 330

204 C 116 Clarke; C 330

204 C 330 Clay

204 C 116 Cobb; C 330

204 Colquitt; C 330

204 C 330 Crisp

204 C 6 Dade; C 16 (1), C 116, C 168, C 330

204 C 116 Dawson; C 330

204 C 116 DeKalb; C 330

204 C 116 Evans; C 330

204 B 4 Fannin; C 6, C 16 (1), C 116, C 330


Box 134

204 C 330 Fayette

204 C 16 (1) Floyd; C 330

204 C 116 Forsyth; C 330

204 C 6 Fulton; C 116, C 330

204 C 16 (1) Gilmer; C 116, C 144, C 330

204 C 16 (1) Gordon; C 116, C 330

204 C 16 (1) Greene; C 116, C 330

204 C 116 Gwinnette; C 330

204 C 116 Habersham; C 330

204 C 116 Hall; C 330

204 C Hancock; C 330

204 C 330 Haralson

204 C 116 Harris; C330

204 C 116 Hart; C330

204 C 30 Jones

204 C 330 Long

204 C 116 Lumpkin; C 330

204 Macon,; C 330

204 C 116 Meriwether; C 330

204 C 330 Mitchell

204 C 16 (1) Murray; C 116, C 150, C 330

204 C 116 Muskagee; C 330

204 C 116 Oconee; C 330

204 C 116 Oglethorpe; C 330

204 C 16 (1) Pickens; C 116; C 330

204 C 330 Pierce

204 C 330 Polk

204 C 330 Pulaski

204 C 116 Putman; C 330

204 B 4 Rabun; C 116, C 302, C 330

204 C 330 Schley

204 C 330 Screven

204 C 330 Teliferro

204 Towns; C 116, C 330

204 C 330 Treutlen


Box 135

204 C 16 (1) Union; C 16 (52), C 116, C 235, C330

204 Walker: B 4, C 6, C 16 (1), C 116, C 325, , C 330

204 C 116 Walton; C 330

204 C 330 Ware

204 C 116 White; C 330

204 Whitfield; B 4, C 116,

204 C 16 (1) Winston

205 Kentucky

205 B

205 B 2

205 B 4 Watershed

205 B 6 Contract - Kentucky

205 B 8 Procedure & Policy

205 B 9 Budget 1941 - 1947

205 B 12 Personnel 1943-1947


Box 136

205 B 12 Personnel 1935 - 1942

205 B 13 Retirement System

205 B 14 Selective Service Kentucky

205 B 18 Laws & Regulations Funds

205 B 24 Equipment & Supplies 1941 - 1947

205 B 25 Photos, & Slides

205 B 27 Inventory

205 B 30

205 B 33 Travel & Subsistence

205 B 40 Claims

205 B 50 Conferences & Meetings 1941 - 1945

205 B 55 General Informational Material


Box 137

205 C 6 Soil Survey

205 C 11 Maps

205 C 16 (1)

205 C 16 (2) Limestone Fines

205 C 16 (4)

205 C 16 (18)

205 C 16 (21)

205 C 16 (52)

205 C 19

205 C 20

205 C 33 Development of Improved

205 C 37 Estimates of Plant Foods 1935 -1947

205 C 40 Distribution of Fertilizer

205 C 43

205 C 46 Freight Rates

205 C 50 Distribution of Fertilizer

205 C 68 Records & Statistics

205 C 113 Storage

205 C 116 Inventory

205 C 119 Damage & Loss

205 C 148

205 C 150

205 C 186 Controlled Soil & Fertilizer Test

205 C 187 Rate of Application

205 C 192

205 C 211 Greenhouse Pot Tests

205 C 218

205 C 222 Animal Feeding

205 C 232

205 C 233 Farm & Land Use Planning


Box 138

205 C 234

205 C 235 Farm Management Production

205 C 300 Test Demonstration 1940-1947

205 C 302 Garden Demonstrations

205 C 305 Report - Test Demonstration 1941-1947

205 C 332 Farm Records

205 C 338 Forestry

205 C 340 Program & Studies on Ag. Development

205 C 344 Agricultural Engineering Development

205 C 347 Demonstration of Improved Agricultural Machinery

205 C 350 Furrow Seeder

205 C 353 Economy Thresher

205 C 357 Demonstrations of Rural Electrification Process

205 C 359 Irrigation

205 C 361 Agricultural Processing Research - Dehydration

205 C 362 Flax

205 C 368 Quick Freezing

205 E

205 E 6 Organization of Farmers Coops


Box 139

205 E 9 Management of Farmer Cooperatives

205 E 12

205 E 35 Marketing of Agricultural Products

205 E 49 Kentucky - Gilbertsville

205 F 16 Relocation & Readjustment

205 F 160 (6)

205 F 259 Licenses Issued to Farmers

206 C 330 General Counties

206 C 16 (4) Ballard; C 330

206 C 330 Boone

206 C 116: Bracken; C 330

206 C 330 Caldwell

206 B 4 Calloway; C 6, C 16 (1), C 16 (40, C 116, C 150, C 330

206 C 330 Casey

206 C 330 Christian; C 347

206 C 116 Fleming; C 330

206 C 330 Fulton

206 C 16 (1) Graves; C 16 (4), C 116, C150, C 330

206 C 330 Grayson

206 C 116 Hart; C 330

206 C 330 Henderson

206 C 116 Hickman

206 C 116 Hopkins; C 330

206 C 116 Laurel

206 C 16 (2) Livingston, C 16 (40, C 116, C 144, C 150, C 330

206 B 24 Lyon; C 16 94), C 116, C 141, C 150, C 330

206 Marshall; C 16 (1), C 16 (2), C 16 (4), C 116, , C 150, C 330, C 338,

206 C 16 (1) McCracken; C 16 (2); C 16 (4), C 116, 330,


Box 140

206 C 16 (1) Trigg; C 16 (4); C 116, C 150, C 330,

206 Union; C 116

206 C 330 Webster

206 F 259 Licenses Issued to Farmers

207 Mississippi

207 B

207 B 2

207 B 4 Cooperative Contracts

207 B 8 Procedure & Policy

207 B 9 Budget 1941-1947

207 B 12 Personnel 1935 -1947

207 B 13

207 B 14 Selective Service

207 B 25 Facilities, Equipment, Supplies

207 B 25 Photos, Movies, Slides

207 B 27 Equipment Inventory


Box 141

207 B 30

207 B 33 travel Subsistence

207 B 40 Claims & Reimbursements

207 B 50 Conferences & Meetings 1935 -1948

207 B 55 General Informational Material

207 C 6

207 C 7

207 C 11

207 C 11

207 C 16

207 C 16 (1) Distribution of TVA Phosphate

207 C 16 (52)

207 C 19 Policies

207 C 23 Request for Sale of Phosphate

207 C 33 Development of Improved Methods & Practices

207 C 37 Cooperatives Estimates 1941-1947

207 C 40 Distribution of Fertilizer

207 C 43

207 C 46 Rate Quotations

207 C 90


Box 142

207 C 113 Storage

207 C 116 Inventories

207 C 119 Mechanical Conditions of Plant Food

207 C 141

207 C 144 Financial Statement

207 C 148

207 C 150

207 C 186

207 C 187 Rate of Application

207 C 192

207 C 218

207 C 222 Animal Feeding Tests

207 C 234

207 C 235

207 C 300 Test Demonstrations 1941 - 1947

207 C 302 Garden Project

207 C 305 Report of Test Demonstration

207 C 306 Special Report

207 C 308

207 C 322 Supervisor & Farm Management


Box 143

207 C 332 Demonstration Farm Record

207 C 338 Forestry Relation - Soil Erosion

207 C 341

207 C 344 Agricultural Engineering Development

207 C 347 Demonstrations of Improved Agricultural Machinery

207 C 353 Economy Thresher

207 C 362 Flax

207 C 368

207 E

207 E 6 Organization of Farmer’s Coops

207 E 9 Management of Farmers Cooperatives

207 E 12

207 E 22

207 E 30

207 E 35 Marketing Agricultural Products

207 F 16 Relocation & Readjustment

208 B 4 Alcorn; C 16 (1), C 116, C330

208 C 330 Ackerman

208 C 16 (1) Benton; C 116, C 300

208 C 116 Calhoun; C 330

208 C 16 (1) Chickasaw; C 116, C 330

208 C 330 Clay

208 C 330 Christian

208 C 16 (1) Copiah; C 116, C 330

208 C 116 Covington; C 330

208 C 330 DeKalb

208 C 116 DeSoto; C 119, C 330

208 C 116 Forrest; C 330

208 C 116 Franklin; C 330

208 C 116 Grenda

208 Holmes; C 116, C 330

208 C 16 (1) Itawamba

208 C 330 Iuka

208 C 116 Jackson; C 330

208 C 116 Jefferson

208 C 116 Jones; C 330

208 C 16 (1) Kemper, C 330

208 C 330 Lauderdale


Box 144

208 Lee; C 16 (1), C 116, C 330

208 C 116 Lincoln, C 330

208 Lowndes, C 116, C 330

208 C 16 (1) Madison

208 C 16 (1) Marion, C 16 (2), C 116, C 330

208 C 116 Marshall, C 330

208 C 116 Monroe, C 330

208 C 330 Newton

208 C 16 (1) Noxubee; C 116, C 330

208 C 116 Oktibbeha; C 330

208 C 330 Panola

208 C 16 (1) Pike

208 C 116 Pontatock; C 330

208 C 16 (1) Prentiss

208 C 116 Rankin; C330

208 C 116 Smith; C 330

208 C 16 (1) Tate; C 116, C 330

208 C 116 Teppah; C 330

208 Tishomingo, C 6, C 16 (1), C113, C 116, C 144, C 330

208 C 116 Union; C 330

208 C 16 (1) Walthall; C 116

208 C 16 (1) Yalobusha, C 330

209 North Carolina Flood Control 1943 -1947


Box 145

 209  North Carolina Flood Control 1941 -1942

209 B Cooperative Contacts

209 B 2 Projects 1937 - 1947

209 B 4 Watersheds

209 B 6

209 B 8 Procedure & Policy

209 B 9 Budget 1941-1947

209 B 12 Training

209 B 12 Personnel 1942 -1947


Box 146

209 B 12 Personnel 1935 -1941

209 B 13 Retirement System

209 B 14 Selective Service

209 B 18

209 B 21 Accounting for Funds

209 B 24 Facilities & Equipment

209 B 25 Movies, Slides & Etc

209 B 27 Inventories

209 B 30 Salaries

209 B 33 Travel

209 B 40 Claims

209 B 50 Conferences & Meetings 1941 -1948


Box 147

209 B 50 Conferences & Meetings 1935 - 1941

209 B 50 Supervisors Tours

209 B 55 Informational Material, General 1941-1947 **

209 C 6 Soil Survey

209 C 7

209 C 9

209 C 11 Maps

209 C 16 (1) Distribution of Slag

209 C 16 (52)

209 C 33 Development of Improved Methods of Packages

209 C 37 Fertilizer Estimates 1941 -1947

209 C 40 Distribution of Fertilizer

209 C 43

209 C 50 Shipments

209 C 59 Records of Government Bills

209 C 113 Storage

209 C 116 Inventories

209 C 119 Mechanical Conditions of Plant Food

209 C 148

209 C 186

209 C 187 Rates of Application


Box 148

209 C 192

209 C 211

209 C 218

209 C 222 Animal Nutrition

209 C 233 Farm & Land Planning

209 C 234 Farm Management

209 C 235

209 C 244 Soil Erosion

209 C 300 Test Demonstrations 1937 -1947

209 C 302 Garden Project

209 F 16 Relocation & Readjustment

209 F 28

209 F 160 (1)

209 F 160 (6)

209 F 305 Reports 1941 - 1947


Box 149

209 C 307

209 C 332

209 C 338 Forestry Relations

209 C 340 Agricultural Development & Watershed

209 C 341

209 C 344 Agricultural Engineering Development

209 C 347 Demonstrations of Improved Ag. Machinery

209 C 350 Furrow Seeder

209 C 352 Hay Dryer

209 C 353 Thresher (NC)

209 C 357 Rural Electrification

209 C 361

209 C 362 Flax

209 C 368 Quick Freezing

209 E Studies of Farmers Cooperative Organizations

209 E 6 Re: Organization of Farmers Coops

209 E 9 Management of Farmers Cooperatives

209 E 12

209 E 30

209 E 35 marketing Ag. Products

210 C 330 Counties

210 C 116 Almance; C 330

210 C 116 Alexander;

210 C 116 Alleghany; C 330

210 C 116 Anson; C 330

210 C 116 Ashe; C 330

210 B 4 Avery; C 116, C 330

210 B 4 Buncombe, C 116, C 330

210 C 116 Burke

210 C 116 Cabarrus

210 C 116 Caldwell; C 330

210 Caswell

210 C 116 Catawba; C 330

210 C 116 Chatham

210 Cherokee; C 116, C 330, E 6

210 Clay; C 6, C 16 (52), C 116, C 330


Box 150

210 Cleveland; C 330

210 C 116 Craven

210 C 116 Davidson; C 330

210 C 116 Davies; C 330

210 C 116 Forsyth

210 C 116 Gaston

210 C 116 Gates

210 C 7 Graham; C 116, C 330, C 338

210 C 116 Granville

210 C 116 Guilford; C 330

210 Haywood; C 116, C 330

210 C 6 Henderson, C116, C 330

210 C 116 Hertford

210 C 116 Iredell; C 330

210 B 4 Jackson, C 116, C 330

210 Jones

210 C 116 Lee

210 C 116 Lincoln; C 330

210 C 116 Macon; C 330

210 Madison; B 4, C 6, C 16 (1), C 116, C 330

210 C 330 McDowell

210 C 116 Mecklenburg; C 330

210 B 4 Mitchell; C 116, C 330

210 C 116 Montgomery

210 C 116 Orange

210 C 116 Person; C 330

210 C 116 Pitt; C 330

210 C 116 Polk

210 C 116 Randolph; C 330

210 C 116 Rockingham; C 330

210 C 116 Rowna; C 330

210 C 116 Rutherfoard; C 330

210 C 116 Stokes; C 330

210 C 116 Surry; C 330


Box 151

210 Swain; C 6, C 116, C 330

210 B 4 Transylvania; C 116, C 330

210 C 116 Unicoi

210 C 116 Union; C 330

210 C 116 Wake

210 C 116 Warren; C 330

210 Watauga; B 15, C 116, C 308, C 330, C 338

210 C 116 Wayne

210 C 330 Wilkes

210 C 330 Yadkin

210 C 330 Yancey; C 330

211 Tennessee

211 B

211 B 2 Projects 1941 - 1947

211 B 4 Watershed Projects

211 B 8 Procedure Policy

211 B 9 Budget 1943- 1947

 

Box 152

211 B 9 Budget 1941-1942

211 B 12 Training

211 B 12 Personnel 1941 - 1947

 

Box 153

211 B 14 Selective Service

211 B 15 Expenditures

211 B 18 Laws & Regulations

211 B 21 Accounting for Funds

211 B 24 Supplies & Equipment 1941-1947

211 B 25 Photos, Slides

211 B 27 Inventories

211 B 30 Salaries

211 B 33 Travel & subsistence

211 B 40 Claims & Reimbursements

211 B 50 Conferences & Meetings 1946 -1947

 

Box 154

211 B 50 Conferences & Meetings 1941 -1945

 

Box 155

211 B 50 Conferences & Meetings 1935 -1941

211 B 50 Food Conference

211 B 50 Supervisors

211 B 55 General Information Material 1941 -1947

211 C 6 Soil Survey 1941-1947

211 C 7

211 C 11 Maps & Mapping 1942-1947

 

Box 156

211 C 11 Maps & mapping 1941

211 C 16 Distribution of Fertilizer

211 C 16 (1)

211 C 16 (2)

211 C 16 (52)

211 C 19 Policies Regarding Distribution of Fertilizer

211 C 22 Sample Shipments of Fertilizer

211 C 33 Development of Improved Packaging Methods

211 C 37 Coops Estimate of Plant Food Needs

211 C 40 Distribution of Fertilizer 1937-1947

211 C 43

211 C 46 Freight Rates

211 C 113 Storage of Distribution

211 C 116 Inventories

211 C 119 Mechanical Conditions at Food Plants

211 C 144

211 C 148

211 C 150

211 C 183 Kennedy Project

211 C 186

211 C 187 Rate of Application

211 C 208

211 C 211 Greenhouse Pot Test

211 C 218

211 C 222 Animal Feeding Test

211 C 228

211 C 232

211 C 233 Land Use Planning

211 C 234 Farm Management 1943-1944

 

Box 157

211 C 234 Farm Management 1941-1942

211 C 235 Pasture & meadow Test

211 C 244 Soil Erosion

211 C 250 Insecticide & Fungicide

211 C 300 Test Demonstration 1941-1947

 

Box 158

211 C 302 Garden Project

211 C 305 Report of Demonstration 1939 - 1947

211 C 306 Special

211 C 319 Annual Progress Report

211 C 322 Supervisor & Extension Specialist

211 C 332 Farm Records

211 C 338 Farm Forestry - 1939-1948

211 C 340 Programs & Studies - Agricultural Development

211 C 341

211 C 344 Agricultural Engineering Development

211 C 347 Demonstration of Improved Agricultural Machinery

211 C 350 Furrow Seeder

211 C 352 Hay Seeder

211 C 353 Economy Thresher

211 C 357 Rural Electrification

 

Box 159

211 C 359 Irrigation Demonstration

211 C 361 Agricultural Processing Research

211 C 362 Flax

211 C 368 Quick Freezing

211 C 371

211 C 374

211 E Assistance to Farmers Coops

211 E 6 Organizations of Farmers Cooperatives

211 E 12 Business Activities of Farmers Cooperatives

211 E 22 Cooperative Program For use of Electric Power

211 E 30

211 E 35 Marketing Agricultural Products

211 F Agricultural Adjustments - Land Acquisition

211 F 6 Agricultural Aspect of Land Acquisition

211 F 16 Relocation & Readjustment

211 F 28

211 F 150 Land Use

211 F 160 (1)

211 F 160 (6)

212 C 113 Storage & Distribution

212 Anderson: C 166, C 330, C 357,

212 Bedford: C 6, C 116, C 330

212 Benton County: B 4, B 24, C 116, C 330

212 C 116 Bledsoe; C 330

 

Box 160

212 C 116 Blount: C 330

212 C 6 Bradley: C 116, C 330

212 C 116 Campbell; C 330

212 Carroll County; C 16(1), C 116, C 330

212 Carter; C 116, C330

212 Claiborne; C 16 (1), C 116, C 306, C 330

212 C 7 Cocke; C 116, C 306, C 330

212 C 116 Coffee; C 330

212 C 116 Cumberland; C 330, C 362

212 Decatur; C 116, C 1125, C 330

212 C 116 Dickson; C 330

212 C 16 (1) Dyer; C 330

212 C 116 Fentress; C 330

212 C 116 Franklin; C 330

212 Gibson

212 Giles; C 116; C 144; C 244; C 330

 

Box 161

212 Grainger; C 116; C 330

212 Green; C 16 (1); C 116, C 330

212 Grundy; C 116, C 330

212 Hamblen; C 6, C 116, C 330

212 Hamilton; B 4, C 6, C 16 (1), C 116, C 330

212 Hancock; C 16 (1), C 330,

212 Hardin, C 16 (1), C 116, C 330

 

Box 162

212 Hawkins; C 116, C 330

212 Henderson; C 116, C 330

212 Henry; C 116, C 150, C 330

212 Hickman; C 16 (21), C 116, C 330, C 338

212 C 6 Houston; C 116, C 330

212 Humphreys; B 4, C 6, C 116, C 144, C 330, C 338, E 9

212 Jefferson; C 6, C 16 (1), C 116, C 330

212 Johnson ; C 116, C 330

212 C 11 Knox; C 16 (10, C 116, C 330

212 Lawrence; C 16 (1), C 116, C 330

 

Box 163

212 C 116 Lewis; C 116, C 330

212 C 338 Limestone

212 Lincoln; C 6, C 116, C 330, C 357, E 22

212 C 116 Loudon; C 330+

212 Madison; C 16 (1), C 330

212 Marion; C 16 (2), C 116, C 330

212 Marshall; C 116, C 244, C 330

212 Maury; C 6, C 116, C 330

212 C 116 McMinn, C 330

212 B 24 McNairy, C 116, C 330

212 Meigs; B 4, C 113, C 16 (1), C 116, C 330

212 C 116 Monroe; C 330

212 B 4 Morgan; C 116, C 330

212 C 330 Murrey

212 C 144 Norris,

212 C 330 Obion

212 C 16 (1) Perry, C 116, C 330, E 9

212 C 116 Polk; C 330

212 C 116 Putnam

212 C 116 Rhea; C 330, C 358

212 C 6 Roane; C 116, C 330,

 

Box 164

212 Rutherford; C 116, C 330, C 359

212 C 116 Scott; C 330

212 C 16 (1) Sequatchie; C 116, C 330

212 Sevier; C 116, C 330, F 160 (6)

212 C 16 (1) Shelby; C 16 (52), C 330

212 C 116 Stewart; C 330

212 C 113 Sullivan; C 116, C 330

212 C 16 (1) Unicoi; C 116, C 330

212 C 113 Union, C 116, C 330

212 C 16 (1) Van Buren

212 Washington; B 4, C 11, C 123, C 330

212 Wayne; C 16 (1), C 116, C 330

212 Weekly

212 C 116 Williamson; C 330

213 Virginia

213 B Cooperative Contract

213 B 2 Contract Project

213 B 4 Watershed Project

213 B 8 Procedure & Policy

213 B 9 Budget 1941 - 1947

213 B 10 Appropriations & Allotments

213 B 12 Training/ Personnel 1945 -1947

 

Box 165

213 B 12 Training/ Personnel 1935 -1944

213 B 13 Retirement Plans

213 B 14 Selective Service

213 B 15 Expenditures & Reimbursements

213 B 18 Laws & Regulations - Funds

213 B 21 Accounting for Funds

213 B 24 Supplies & Equipment

213 B 25 Photos & Slides 1941 -1945

213 B 27 Inventory

213 B 30 Salaries

213 B 33 Travel & Subsistence

213 B 40 Claims & Reimbursements

213 B 50 Conferences & Meetings 1945 -1947

 

Box 166

213 B 50 Conferences & Meetings 1935 -1944

213 B 50 Supervisors

213 B 50 Southwestern Virginia Association

213 B 55 General Information Material 1941 - 1947

213 C 6 Soil Survey

213 C 7 Inspection Report

213 C 11 Maps 1941 -1944

213 C 16 (1) Limestone Fines

213 C 19 Policies Governing Distribution - Plant Foods

213 C 22 Sample Shipments of Fertilizer

213 C 33 Development of Improved Packaging Methods

213 C 37 Cooperative Estimates on Plant Food 1941-1947

 

Box 167

213 C 40 Distribution of Fertilizer

213 C 43

213 C 113 Storage

213 C 116 Inventories

213 C 141 Accounting for Funds

213 C 148

213 C 186

213 C 187 Rates of Application

213 C 192 Comparative Analysis TVA - Commercial Fertilizer

213 C 222

213 C 228

213 C 232 Human Nutrition 1942 -1947

213 C 234 Farm Management

213 C 235

213 C 244 Soil Erosion & Water Run-Off Control

213 C 300 Test Demonstration 1946 - 1947

 

Box 168

213 C 300 Test Demonstration 1941- 1945

213 C 302 Garden Projects

213 C 305 Reports of Demonstrations 1934 -1946

213 C 319 Annual Progress Reports

213 C 322 Supervisor & Farm Management

213 C 325 Watershed

213 C 332 Demonstration Records

213 C 338 Forestry Relations Erosion & Water Run-Off Control

213 C 344 Agricultural Engineering Development

213 C 347 Demonstration of Improved Agricultural Machinery

213 C 350 Furrow Seeder

213 C 352 Hay Dryer

213 C 353 Economy Thresher

 

Box 169

213 C 361 Agricultural Processing Research

213 C 362 Flax

213 C 368 Quick Freezing

213 E Advisory Services & Assistance to Cooperatives

213 E 6 Organizations of Farmers Cooperatives

213 E 22 Coop. Program - Electric Power

213 F 6 Agricultural Aspects of Authority’s Land Acquitition

213 F 16 Relocation & Readjustment

214 C County Demonstrations

214 C 330 Alleghany

214 C 330 Amelia

214 B 4 Amherst; C 330

214 C 330 Appomattox

214 C 330 Augusta

214 C 330 Bedford

214 C 116 Bland; C 330

214 C 330 Botetourt

214 C 330 Brunswick

214 C 330 Buckingham

213 C 330 Campbell

214 C 330 Carroll

214 C 330 Charlotte

214 C 330 Clarke

214 C 330 Craig

214 C 330 Culpepper

214 C Dickenson; C 116, C 330

214 C 330 Fairfax

214 C 330 Fauquier

214 C 330 Floyd

214 C 116 Franklin; C 330

214 C 116 Frederick; C 330

214 C 330 Giles

214 C 116 Goochland

214 C 116 Grayson; C 330

214 C 330 Grundy

214 C 330 Halifax

214 C 330 Hanover

214 C 330 Hawkins

214 C 330 Henry

214 C 330 Highland

214 C 330 King William

214 C 16 (1) Lee; C 16 (52), C 116, C 330

214 C 330 Louisa

214 C 330 Madison

214 C 330 Mecklenburg

214 C 330 Montgomery

214 C 330 Nelson

214 C 330 Northcumberland

214 C 330 Nottaway

214 C 330 Orange

214 C 330 Page

214 C 330 Pittsylvania

214 C 330 Powhatan

214 C 330 Prince Edward

214 C 330 Pulaski

214 C 330 Rockbridge

214 C 330 Rockingham

214 Russell; C 6, C 23, C116, C 224,

 

Box 170

214 RussellC 325, C 330, C 340

214 C 116 Scott: C 330, C 338

214 C 330 Shenandoah

214 C 16 (1) Smyth; C 116, C 330, C 338

214 C 116 Tazewell; C 6, C 330

214 B 4 Washington; C 6, C 116, C 330, C338

214 C 16(1) Wise; C 116, C 330

214 B 24 Wythe; C 116, C 330

215 B 55

217 Arkansas Land Grant College

217 B 2 Projects

217 B 8

217 B 12 Personnel

217 B 24 Facilities, Equipment & Supplies

217 B 25 Photos, Movies & Slides

217 B 30 Salaries

217 B 40 Claims

217 B 50 Meetings Tours Etc.

217 B 55 General Informational Material

217 C 16(1)

217 C 37 Fertilizer Estimates

217 C 40

217 C 43

217 C 46

217 C 116 Inventory

217 C 119 Mechanical Conditions of Plant Food

217 C 186 Controlled Soil Fertilizer Tests

217 C 187

217 C 218

217 C 222 Animal Nutrition

Box 171

217 C 300 Test Demonstration

217 C 305 Reports of Demonstration

271 C 332

217 F 160 (6)

218 C 330 General Ark.

218 C 330 Benton

218 C 113 Clark; C 116

218 C 330 Clay

218 C 330 Columbia

218 C 330 Craighead

218 C 330 Greene

218 C 330 Hempstead

218 C 330 Howard

218 C 330 Independence

218 C 330 Izard

218 C 330 Jefferson

218 C 116 Johnson; C 330

218 C 116 Logan, C 330

218 C 330 Madison

218 C 116 Marion; C330

218 C 330 North Sebastian

218 C 330 Pope

218 C 116 Prairie

218 C 330 Randolph

218 C 330 Saline

218 C 330 Sebastian

218 C 116 Stone; C 330

218 C 116 Van Buren

218 C 330 Yell

219 California

219 B 50 Meetings & Conferences

219 B 55 General Information

219 C 19

219 C 186 Experiments

219 C 300 Test Demonstrations

221

221 B Contracts Colorado

221 B 2 Contract Projects

221 B 9 Budget

221 B 12 Personnel

221 B 25 Photos, Slides

221 B 50 Conferences & Meetings

221 B 55 Informational Material

221 C 37 Fertilizer Estimates

221 C 186 Experiments

221 C 300 Demonstration

223 Connecticut

223 B 50 Conferences & Meetings

223 B 55 General Informational Material

223 C 186

223 C 222

223 C 300 State Agencies

225 B 50 Meetings & Tours

225 B 55 General Informational Material

 

Box 172

227 B Cooperative Contracts

227 B 50 Trips Meetings

227 B 55 General Informational Material

227 C 186 Fertilizer Investigation

227 C 235

229 Idaho

229 B Contracts

229 B 2 Contract Projects

229 B 9 Budget

229 B 12 Personnel

229 B 24 Equipment & Supplies

229 B 25 Photos, Slides

229 B 40 Claims

229 B 50 Meetings & Conferences

229 B 55 Informational Material

229 C 37 Plant Food Estimates

229 C 40 Distribution of Fertilizer

229 C 43 Routing & Dispatching

229 C 49 Freight Rates

229 C 116 Inventories

229 C 141 Accounting Funds

229 C 186 Soil & Fertilizer Tests

229 C 234 Production Goals

229 C 300 Test Demonstration 1941-1947

229 C 305 Report of Demonstrations

229 C 330 Demonstration Counties

229 C 332

229 C 330 General Idaho

230 C 330 Bingham Idaho

230 C 330 Booneville

230 C 116 Freemont

230 C 330 Jerome

230 C 330 Lincoln

230 C 330 Oneida

230 C 330 Pocatello

230 C 330 Power

230 C 330 Skoshone

230 C 330 Washington

231 B

231 B 2

231 B 4 Watershed

231 B 9 Budgets

231 B 12 Personnel

231 B 13

231 B 24 Equipment & Supplies

231 B 25 Movies & Slides

231 B 40 Reimbursement

 

Box 173

231 B 50 Trips & Meetings 1941-1945

231 B 55 General Information Illinois

231 C 16 (1)

231 C 22 Sample Shipment

231 C 37 Fertilizer Estimates

231 C 40 Distribution of Fertilizer

231 C 43

231 C 46 Rate Quotations

231 C 116 Inventories & C 119

231 C 183 Dixon Springs

231 C 186 Soil & Fertilizer Tests

231 C 187

231 C 192 Analysis of Fertilizer

231 C 211 Greenhouse

231 C 218 Experimental Plots

231 C 222 Animal Feedings Tests

231 C 228 Phosphate Nutrition

231 C 232

231 C 235 Pasture & Meadow Tests

231 C 300 Test Demonstration 1941-1946

213 C 305 Reports of Demonstration

231 C 332 Farm Records

231 C 338

232 C 330 Adams County IL

232 C 330 Edwards

232 C 330 Gallatin

232 C 330 Hardin

232 C 330 Henry

232 C 330 Jefferson

232 C 330 Johnson

232 C 330 Livingston

232 C 330 Marion

232 C 330 McHenry

232 C 330 Pope

232 C 330 Wayne

233 B 2

233 B 9

233 B 24 Supplies & Equipment

233 B 25 Photos & Slides

233 B 50 Meetings & Conferences

 

Box 174

233 B 55 General Information Indiana

233 C 16 (1)

233 C 37 Fertilizer Estimates

233 C 40

233 C 43 Rating & Dispatching

233 C 116 Inventories

233 C 186 Soil & Fertilizer Tests

233 C 187 Rates of Application

233 C 234

233 C 235

233 C 300 Test Demonstrations 1942 -1947

233 C 305 Report of Demonstration

233 C 319 Annual Indiana

233 C 332

234 C 330 Elkhart

234 C 330 Hancock

234 C 330 Huntington

234 C 116 Jasper

234 C 330 Jay

234 C 330 Miami

234 C 330 Orange

234 C 330 Scott

234 C 330 Whitley

235 Iowa

235 B 2 Projects Iowa

235 B 4 Watershed

235 B 8 Procedure & Policy

235 B 9 Budget

235 B 12 Personnel

235 B 18 Laws & regulations

235 B 24 Supplies & Equipment

235 B 25 Photos & Slides

235 B 40 Reimbursements & Claims

235 B 50 Meetings 1941-1947

235 B 55 General Informational Material

235 C 22 Sample Shipment

235 C 33 Packaging & Tagging Methods

235 C 37 Fertilizer Estimates

235 C 40 Distribution of Fertilizer

235 C 43 Routing & Dispatching Material

235 C 46 Rate Quotations

235 C 113

235 C 116 Inventory

235 C 119 Mechanical Condition of Plant Food

235 C 186 Soil & Fertilizer Tests

 

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235 C 187

235 C 218 Experimental Plots

235 C 222

235 C 232 Human Nutrition

235 C 300 Test Demonstration 1941 -1947

235 C 305 Report of Demonstration

236 C 330 General Iowa

236 C 306 Adair; C330

226 C 116 Allamakee; C 330

236 C 330 Appanoose

236 C 116 Audubon: C 330

236 C 116 Benton; C 330

236 C 116 Butler; C 330

236 C 116 Clarke; C 330

236 C 330 Clayton

236 C 330 Crawford

236 C 330 Dallas

236 C 330 Davis

236 C 330 Decatur

236 C 116 Fayette

236 C 330 Floyd

236 C 330 Hamilton

236 C 116 Howard; C 330

236 C 330 Iowa

236 C 116 Jasper; C 330

236 C 116 Lee; C 330

236 C 330 Monroe

236 C 330 Poweshiek

236 C 330 Ringgold

233 C 330 Scott

236 C 116 Tama; C 330

236 C 330 Union

236 C 330 Van Buren

236 C 330 Washington

236 C 330 Winneshiek

236 C 116 Woodbury; C 330

237 B 2 (Kansas)

237 B 9

237 B 24 Facilities & Equipment

237 B 25 Photos & Slides

237 B 50 Trips & Meetings

 

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237 B 55 General Informational Material

237 C 22 Shipments

237 C 37 Fertilizer Estimates

237 C 43 Routing & Dispatching

237 C 74 Transmittal Letters

237 C 116 Inventory

237 C 186 Soil & Fertilizer Tests

237 C 234 Farm Management

237 C 300 Test Demonstrations 1941-1947

237 C 302 Garden Project

237 C 332 Farm Records

238 C 330 Counties - General

238 C 116 Allen; C 330

238 C 330 Bourbon

238 C 116 Cherokee; C 330

238 C 330 Coffey

238 C 116 Crawford

238 C 330 Franklin

238 C 330 Jefferson

238 C 330 Neosho

238 C 330 Osage

238 C 330 Riley

238 C 116 Wilson

238 C 116 Woodson

239 Louisiana

239 B 2 Contract Project

239 B 4 Watershed Project

239 B 9 Budget

239 B 12 Personnel

239 B 24

239 B 25 Photos & Slides

239 B 33 Travel & Subsistence

239 B 40 Reimbursements

239 B 50 Trips

239 B 55 General Material

239 C 16 (1)

239 C 16 (52)

239 C 22 Sample Shipments

239 C 37 Fertilizer Estimates

239 C 40 Distribution of Fertilizer

239 C 43 Shipments

239 C 46 Fertilizer Rates

239 C 116 Inventory

239 C 119 Mechanical Conditions of Plant Food

239 C 186 Soil 7 Fertilizer

239 C 187 Rates of Application

239 C 234

239 C 235

239 C 244 Erosion Control


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239 C 300 Test Demonstration 1941 -1947

239 C 305 Reports of Demonstrations

239 C 332

239 C 338 Farm Forestry

239 E 35 Marketing Agricultural Products

240 C 116 Beaureguard LA; C 330

240 C 116 Claiborne; C 330

240 C 330 DeSoto

240 C 16 (1) East Carroll;

240 C 116 Grant; C 330

240 C 330 LaSalle

240 C 330 Morehouse

240 C 116 Rapides; C 330

240 C 16 (1) Tangipahoa

240 C 330 West Carroll

240 C 338

241 Maine

241 B Cooperative Contract

241 B 9 Budget

241 B 50 Conferences & meetings

241 B 55 General Informational Material

241 C 68 Statement of Orders

241 C 300 State Agencies & Territorial Division

243 Maryland

243 B

243 B 2 Contract Projects

243 B 9

243 B 12 Personnel

243 B 24 Facilities & Equipment

243 B 25

243 B 33

243 B 50 Trips & Meetings

243 B 55 General Informational Material

243 C 7

243 C 37

243 C 46 Freight Rates

243 C 186 Soil & Fertilizer

243 C 222

243 C 300 Test Demonstrations 1941-1947

243 C 305 Report of Demonstration

243 C 332

244 C 330 (Maryland)

244 C 116 Calvert, MD; C 330

244 C 330 Federick

244 C 330 Garrett

244 C 330 Hartford

244 C 330 Kent

244 C 330 St. Mary’s

244 C 330 Washington

245 Massachusetts

245 B 8 Procedures

245 B 50 Conferences & Meetings

245 B 55 General Information

245 C 40 Distribution of Fertilizer

245 C 300 State Agencies

247 B

247 B 2 Contract Projects (Michigan)


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247 B 9

247 B 12 Personnel

247 B 24 Facilities & Equipment

247 B 25 Movies & Slides

247 B 50 Trips & Meetings

247 B 55 Informational Material

247 C 11 Maps

247 C 37 Fertilizer Investigation

247 C 40 Distribution of Fertilizer

247 C 43

247 C 46 Rate Quotation

247 C 116 Inventories

247 C 186 Soil & Fertilizer Tests

247 C 187

247 C 222 Animal Feeding

247 C 234

247 C 244 Soil Erosion

247 C 300 Test Demonstrations 1940 - 1946

247 C 305 Report of Demonstration

247 C 332

247 E Organization of Farmers Coops

248 C 330 Demonstrations

248 C 330 Allegan

248 C 330 Arenac

248 C 116 Barry

248 C 330 Bay

248 C 330 Cass

248 C 330 Chippewa

248 C 330 Clinton

248 C 330 Gariot

248 C 330 Genesee

248 C 116 Gladwin; C 330

248 C 330 Ingham

248 C 330 Iosco

248 C 330 Isabella

248 C 330 Jackson

248 C 116 Kalamazoo; C 330

248 C 116 Lenawee

248 C 116 Livingston; C330


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248 C 330 Mason

248 C 330 Montgomery

248 C 330 North Muskegon

248 C 330 Oakland

248 C 330 Ogemaw

248 C 330 Ontonagon

248 C 330 Saginaw

248 C 330 St. Joseph

248 C 330 South Muskego

248 C 330 Tuscola

248 C 330 Van Buren

249 B

249 B 2

249 B 9 Budgets

249 B 12 Training

249 B 24 Supplies

249 B 25 Photo & Slides

249 B 30

249 B 33

249 B 40 Reimbursements by TVA

249 B 50 Trips & Meetings

249 B 55 General Informational Material

249 C 6 Maps & C 11 Soil Survey

249 C 16 (1)

249 C 22 Sample Shipments

249 C 37 Fertilizer Estimates

249 C 40

249 C 43

249 C 46 Freight Rates

249 C 116 Inventories

249 C 119 Mechanical Conditions of Plants

249 C 135

249 C 186 Soil & Fertilizer Tests

249 C 187 Rate of Application249 C 192

249 C 234

249 C 300 Test Demonstrations

249 C 305

249 C 332

250 C 330 Becker MN

250 C 330 Clinton

250 C 330 East Polk

250 C 330 Jackson

250 C 330 Kandiyohi

250 C 330 Martin

250 C 330 Mohnomen

250 C 330 Murray

250 C 330 Nobles

250 C 330 Pennington

250 C 330 Red Lake

250 C 330 Roseau


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250 C 330 Stevens

250 C 330 Swift

250 C 330 Watonwan

250 C 116 Yellow Medicine; C 330

251 (Missouri)

251 B

251 B 2

251 B 4 Watershed

251 B 9

251 B 24 Supplies & Equipment

251 B 25 Photos, Slides, Etc

251 B 40

251 B 50 Conferences 7 Meetings

251 B 55 General Informational Material

251 C11 Maps

251 C 16 (52)

251 C 37 Fertilizer Estimates

251 C 40

251 C 43

251 C 116 Inventories

251 C119 Mechanical Condition of Plant Food

251 C 125

251 C 187 Rate of Application

251 C 234 Farm Management

251 C 235

251 C 300 Test Demonstration

251 C 302 Garden Project

251 C 305 Reports of Demonstration

251 C 332 Farm Records

252 C 330 (Missouri)

252 C 330 Carter

252 C 330 Clinton

252 C 330 Dade

252 C 330 Dent

252 C 330 Franklin

252 C 330 Greene

252 C 330 Henry

252 C 330 Jasper

252 C 116 Laclede; 330

252 C 116 Lawrence; C 330

252 C 330 Lewis

252 C 330 Lincoln

252 C 116 Marion; C 330


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252 C 330 Nodaway

252 C 330 Perry

252 C 330 St. Charles

252 C 330 Schuyler

252 C 330 Stoddard

252 C 330 Sullivan

253 Montana Land Grant Colleges

253 B 55 General Informational Material

253 C 186

255 Nebraska Land Grant Colleges

255 B 50 Trips & Meetings

255 B 55 General Informational Material

255 C 186

255 C 90 Unit & Area Demonstration

255 C300

257

257 B 50 Trips & Meetings

257 B 55 General Informational Material

257 B 244 Soil Erosion

259 New Hampshire

259 B 8

259 B 25 Photos & Slides

259 B 50 Conferences & Meetings

259 B 55 General Informational Material

259 C 300

261 New Jersey Extension Service

261 New Jersey Land grant Colleges

261 B 50 Conferences & meetings

261 B 55 General Informational Material

261 C 186

261 C 234

261 C 235

261 C 300 State Agencies

261 C 305

263 B 2 Projects

263 B 9 Budget (New Mexico)

263 B 12 Personnel

263 B 24 Facilities & Equipment

263 B 25 Photos & Slides

263 B 33 Travel

263 B 40 Claims

236 B 50 Trips & Meetings

263 B 55 Informational Material

263 C 22 Distribution of Fertilizer

263 C 37 Cooperators Estimates

263 C 40 Distribution of Fertilizer

263 C 46 Freight Rates

263 C 186 Soil & Fertilizer Tests

263 C 187 Rate of Application

263 C 290 Units & Area Demonstrations

263 C 300 Test Demonstrations

263 C 305 Reports

263 C 332

264 C 330 Bernalillo

264 C 330 Chaves

264 C 330 Colfax

264 C 330 Hidalgo

364 C 330 Lincoln

264 C 330 Roosevelt

264 C 330 Sandovall

264 C 330 San Juan

264 C 330 Socorro

265

265 B 2 Contract Projects

265 B 9 Budgets

265 B 12 Personnel


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265 B 24 Supplies & Equipment

265 B 25 Photos & Slides

265 B 40 Claims

265 B 50 Trips & Meetings

265 B 550 General Informational Material

265 C 6 Soil Survey

265 C 22 Sample Shipments

265 C 33 Development of Improved Packaging Methods

265 C 37 Estimates New York

265 C 40 Distribution of Fertilizer

265 C 43

265 C 46 Rate Quotation

265 C 116 Inventories 1940 -1947

265 C 125

265 C 186 Soil &Fertilizer Tests

265 C 187

265 C 211 Greenhouse Tests

265 C 218

265 C 234

265 C 235

265 C 244

265 C 300 Testy Demonstrations 1941-1947

265 C 305 Reports

265 C 332 Demonstration Farm


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265 C 116 Albany

265 C 116 Allegany; C 330

266 C 116 Broome; C 330

266 C 116 Cattaraugus

266 C 116 Cayuga

266 C 116 Chautauqua; C 330

266 C 116 Chemung; C 330

266 C 116 Chenongo; C 330

266 C 116 Columbia

266 C 116 Cortland; C 330

266 C 330 Delaware

266 C 116 Erie; C 330

266 C 116 Franklin; C 330

266 C 116 Genesee

266 C 116 Jefferson; C 330

266 C 116 Lewis

266 C 116 Livingston; C 330

266 C 116 Madison; C 330

266 C 116 Montgomery;

266 C 116 Niagara

266 C 330 Oneida

266 C 116 Onondega

266 C 116 Orleans

266 C 116 Otsego; C 330

266 C 116 Rensselaer; C 330

266 C 116 St. Lawrence

266 C 116 Saratoga; C 330

266 C 116 Schenectady; C 330

266 C 116 Schuyler; C 330

266 C 116 Seneca

266 C 116 Steuben; C 330

266 C 116 Tioga; C 330

266 C 116 Tompkins

266 C 330 Ulster

266 C 116 Wyoming; C 330

267 B 25

267 B 55 General Informational Material

267 C 46 Freight Rates

267 C 186 Soil & Fertilizer Tests North Dakota

267 C 300

269 Ohio Land Grant College

269 B

269 B 2 Projects

269 B 4 Watershed Projects

269 B 9 Budget

269 B 12 Personnel

269 B 24 Equipments & Supplies

269 B 25 Photos & Slides

269 B 40 Claims

269 B 50 Trips & Tours

269 B 55 General Informational Material

269 C 11 Maps

269 C 16 (52)

269 C 22

269 C 37 Fertilizer Estimates

269 C 40 Shipments

269 C 46 Freight Rates


Box 184

269 C 119 Mechanical Condition of Plant Food

269 C 186 Soil & Fertilizer Tests

269 C 187

269 C 232

269 C 234

269 C 244 Soil Erosion

269 C 300 Test Demonstrations

269 C 305 Reports of Demonstration

269 C 332

269 C 347

270 C 330 County Demonstrations

270 C 330 Allen

270 C 330 Columbiana

270 C 330 Gallia

270 C 330 Greene

270 C 330 Holmes

270 C 330 Huron

270 C 330 Lawrence

270 C 330 Licking

270 C 330 Linn

270 C 116 Meigs; C 330

270 C 330 Noble

270 C 330 Portage

270 C 330 Richland

270 C 330 Vinton

270 C 330 Warren

271 Oklahoma Land Grant College

271 B

271 B 2

271 B 9

271 B 25

271 C 37 C 40 & C 43 (Inc.)

271 B 50 Meetings & Visits

271 B 55

271 C 116

271 C 186

271 C 300 Test Demonstration

271 C 305 reports

271 C 332

271 C 350

271 E


Box 185

272 C116 Counties; C 330

273 Oregon State Colleges

273 B Oregon Contracts

272 B 2 Contract Projects

273 B 12 Personnel

273 B 24 Supplies & Equipment

273 B 25 Photos & Slides

273 C 40 Claims

273 B 50 Trips & meetings

273 B 55 Informational Material

273 C 6 Soil Survey

273 C 16 952)

272 C 37 Estimates of Plant Food

273 C 40 Distribution of Fertilizer

273 C 43 Routing & Dispatching

273 C 46 Freight Rates

272 C 116

272 C 141 Accounting For Funds

273 C 168 Invoice - unpaid

273 C 186 Soil & Fertilizer Tests

273 C 187 Rate of Application

273 C 235 Pasture & Meadow

273 C 300 Demonstration

273 C 305 Reports

273 C 332

273 C 359

273 C 362 Flax

274 C 330 Benton

274 C 330 Crook

274 C 330 Deschutes

274 C 16 (52) Lynn; C 330

274 C 330 Polk

274 C 330 Tillamook

275 B 50 Pennsylvania

275 B 55 General Informational Material

275 C 186

275 C 244 Soil Erosion

 

277 B 50 Meetings & Visits

279 B 55 General Informational Material

277 C 300 Test Demonstration

279 South Carolina

279 B Cooperative Contracts

279 B 2 Contract Projects

279 B 4 Watershed

279 B 9 Budgets

279 B 12 Personnel

279 B 14 Military Services

279 B 24 Supplies & Equipment

279 B 25 Photos & Slides

279 B 30


Box 186

279 B 40 Claims

279 B 50 Meetings & Tours

279 B55 General Informational Material

279 C 22 Sample Shipments

279 C 16 (52)

279 C 37 Fertilizer Estimates

279 C 43

279 C 116

279 C 186 Soil &Fertilizer Tests

279 C 187 Rate of Application

279 C 234

279 C 300 State Agencies

279 C 305 Reports

279 C 309 Field Progress Reports

279 C 332

279 C 344 Agricultural Engineering

279 C 353 Thresher

279 C 361 Dehydration

279 C 362 Flax

279 C 368 Quick Freezing

280 C 330 Counties

280 C 330 Abbeville

280 C 330 Aiken

280 C 330 Allendale

280 Anderson; C 330

280 C 330 Cherokee

280 C 330 Chester

280 C 116 Colleton; C 330

280 C 330 Fairfield

280 C 330 Greenville

280 C 330 Greenwood

280 C 116 Jasper; C 330

280 C 330 Lancaster

280 C 330 McCormick

280 C 116 Newberry; C 330

280 C 330 Oconee

280 C 330 Orangeburg

280 C 330 Pickens

280 C 330 Richland

280 C 330 Spartanburg

280 C 330 Union

280 C 330 York

281 B 8 South Dakota; B 55, C 186

281 C 300

283 Texas

283 B Contracts

283 B 2 Projects


Box 187

283 B 4 Watershed

283 B 8

283 B 9

283 B 12 Personnel

283 B 24 Supplies Equipment

283 B 25 photos & Slices

283 B 33 Travel

283 B 40 Claims

283 B 50 Trips & Meetings 1942 -1947

283 B 55 Informational Material 1941 -1947

283 C 6


Box 188

283 C 11 Maps

283 C 22 Sample Shipments

283 C 37 Fertilizer Estimates

283 C 40

283 C 43 Routing & Dispatching

283 C 116 Inventories

283 C 119 Mechanical Conditions of Plant Food

283 C 186 Soil & Fertilizer

283 C 187 Rate of Application

238 C 222

283 C 228

283 C 232

283 C 235

283 C 300 Test Demonstrations

283 C 305 Reports of Demonstration

283 C 332

283 C 344

283 C 347

284 Deaf Smith County

284 C 330 New Counties/County Demonstration

284 C 330 Atascosa

284 C 330 Bowie

284 C 330 Brazos

284 C 330 Brown

284 C 330 Burleson

284 C 330 Camp


Box 189

284 C 330 Cass

284 C 330 Chambers

284 C 330 Cherokee

284 C 330 Cook; C 116

284 C 330 Dallam

284 C 330 Delta

284 C 330 Eastland

284 C 330 Erath

284 C 330 Fisher

284 C 330 Floyd

284 C 330 Franklin

284 C 330 Gonzales

284 C 330 Gregg

284 C 330 Grimes

284 C 330 Harris

284 C 330 Harrison

284 C 330 Henderson

284 C 330 Hood

284 C 330 Hopkins

284 C 116 Jackson; C 330

284 C 330 Jasper

284 C 16 (52) Jefferson; C 330

284 C 330 Karnes

284 C 16 (1) Kemper

284 C 330 Lamar

284 C 330 Liberty

284 C 116 Marion; C 330

284 C 330 Menard

284 C 330 Mills

284 C 330 Montague

284 C 330 Montgomery

284 C 330 Morris

284 C 330 Nacodgodoches

284 C 330 Parker

284 C 330 Pierce

284 C 330 Polk

284 C 116 Rains; C 330

284 C 330 Red River

284 C 330 Refugio

284 C 330 Rusk

284 C 330 San Saba

284 C 330 Shelby

284 C 330 Smith

284 C 116 Titus; C 330

284 C 330 Trinity

284 C 330 Tyler

284 C 330 Upshur

284 C 330 Van Zandt

284 C 330 Walker

284 C 330 Waller

284 C 116 Washington; C 330

284 C 330 Williamson

284 C 330 Wise

284 C 330 Wood


Box 190

284 C 330 Young

285 Vetch

285 B 50 Trips & Meetings

285 B 55 General Information

285 C 46

285 C 222

287 Vermont

287 B 2 Contract Projects

287 B 9 Budget

287 B 12 Personnel

287 B 24 Facilities & Equipment

287 B 25 Photos, Slides

287 B 40 Claims & Reimbursements

287 B 50 Meetings & Tours

287 B 55 Informational Material

287 C 22 Sample Shipments

287 C 37 Fertilizer Estimates

287 C 40 Distribution of Fertilizer

287 C 43 Dispatching & Routing

287 C 46 Freight Rates

287 C 122 Techniques for Reconditioning Plants

287 C 186 Soil & Fertilizer

287 C 187

287 C 300 Test Demonstrations

287 C 305 Reports of Demonstration

287 C 332

288 C 330 Addison

288 C 330 Bennington

288 C 330 Caledonia

288 C 330 Crittenden

288 C 330 Franklin

288 C 330 Orleans

288 C 330 Rutland

288 C 330 Washington

288 C 330 Windham

288 C 330 Windsor

289 B

289 B 2 Contract Projects

289 B 4

289 B 9 Budgets

289 B 12 Personnel

289 B 24 Facilities & Equipment

289 B 25 Pictures & Slides

289 B 33 Travel

289 B 40 Reimbursement

289 B 50 Meetings & Trips

289 B 55 Informational material

289 C 11


Box 191

289 C 16 (1)

289 C 16 (15)

289 C 16 (52)

289 C 22 Sample Shipments

289 C 37 Cooperatives Estimates of Plant Food

289 C 40 Distribution of Fertilizer

289 C 43 Routing & Dispatching

289 C 46 Freight Rates

289 C 119

289 C 186 Soil & Fertilizer Tests

289 C 187 Rate of Application

289 C 22

289 C 300 Test Demonstrations

289 C 305 Reports of Demonstrations

289 C 300 County Demonstrations

289 C 347 Demonstrations of Improved Ag Machinery

289 C 352

290 C 330 Cowlitz

290 C 330 Gray Harbor

290 C 330 Island

290 C 330 Kittitas

290 C 330 Lewis

290 C 330 Okanagan

290 C 330 Pend Oreille

290 C 16 91) Skagnite; C 330

290 C 330 Skamania

291 West Virginia

291 B 2

291 B 4 Watershed

291 B 8

291 B 24 Supplies & Equipment

291 B 25 Photos & Slides

291 B 50 Meetings & Tours

291 B 55 General Information

291 B 55 Informational material

291 C 11 Maps

291 C 37 Fertilizer Estimates

291 C 37 Fertilizer Estimates

291 C 116 Inventories

291 C 125

291 C 186 Soil & Fertilizer Tests

291 C 300 Test Demonstrations

291 C 305 Reports of Demonstrations

291 E 6

292 C 330

292 C 330 Barbour

292 C 330 Berkley

292 C 330 Monroe

292 C 330 Nicholas

292 C 330 Pocahontas

292 C 116 Preston; C 330

292 C 330 Putnam

292 C 330 Wetzel

293 Wisconsin Land Grant College

293 B Cooperative Contracts

293 B 2 Projects

293 B 4 Watershed

293 B 8 Procedures & Policy

293 B 9 Budget

293 B 12 Personnel

293 B 24 Supplies & Equipment

293 B 25 Photos , Slides & Movies


Box 192

293 B 40 Reimbursements & Claims

293 B 50 Trips & Meetings

293 B 55 Informational Material

293 C 11

293 C 22 Sample Shipments

293 C 37 Fertilizer Estimates

293 C 40 Distribution of Fertilizer

293 C 43 Routing & Dispatching

293 C 46 Rates & Routing

293 C 113 Storage

293 C 116 Mechanical Condition of Plant Food

293 C 183 Soil & Fertilizer Tests

293 C 187

293 C 192

293 C 222

293 C 234

293 C 235

293 C 300 Test Demonstration 1942-1947


Box 193

293 C 300 Test Demonstrations 1941

293 C 305 Reports

293 C 330 County Test Demonstrations

293 C 332

293 E Studies & Assistance to Farmers Coops

293 F 160 (6)

294 C 330 Demonstration in Wisconsin Counties

294 C 300 Adams

294 C 330 Barron

294 C 330 Columbia

294 C 116 Crawford; C 330

294 C 330 Dodge

294 C 339 Door

294 C 116 Douglas; C 330

294 C 330 Dunn

294 C 330 Eau Claire

294 C 330 Fon du Lac

294 C 330 Gaylor

294 C 330 Grant

294 C 330 Green

294 C 116 Green Lake, C330

294 C 330 Jackson

294 C 330 Juneau

294 C 116 Langlade; C 330

294 C 330 Lincoln

294 C 330 Maintowoc

294 C 116 Marguette; C 330

294 C 116 Monroe; C 330

294 C 116 Outagamie; C 330

294 C 330 Ozaukee

294 C 330 Pierce

294 C 330 Portage

294 C 116 Sauk; C 330

294 C 330 Shawnee

294 C 116 Sheboygan; C 330

294 C 330 Taylor

294 C 116 Trempealeau; C 330

294 C 330 Waupaca

294 C 116 Wood; C 330

295 B 55 General Informational Material

295 C 43 Routing & Dispatching

295 C 186

295 C 300

303 Alaska

303 C 353 Economy Thresher

309 Hiwaii

309 C 235 Pasture & Meadow Tests

311 Puerto Rico

311 C 119

311 C 186 Soil & Fertilizer

311 C 218 Experimental Plots

311 C 235 Pasture & Meadow

400 C 186 Controlled Soil & Fertilizer Tests (Germany)

405 Ireland

410 Great Britain 1944-4945


Box 194

410 Great Britain 1941-1943

410 B

410 (52)

410 C 16(1)

410 C 33

410 C 37

410 C 40

410 C 85 Non-Cooperators Orders part


Box 195

410 C 85 Non-Cooperators Orders cont.

410 C 119 Mechanical Condition of Plant Foods

410 C 141 Accounting for Funds

410 C 186 Controlled Soil & Fertilizer Tests

410 C 244 Soil Erosion

410 C 305 Reports of Demonstrations

411 England

411 C 40 Distribution of Fertilizer

412 India

413 British West Indies

415 Canada

415 C 330 Canada

416 New Zealand

417 Australia

419 Palestine

420 China

421 South Korea

425 Mexico

430 France

431 West Africa

432 South Africa

434 U.S.S.R

435 Egypt

440 Cuba

445 Holland

450 Spain

450 C 16 (52)

455 South America

460 Iceland

470 Chile

480 Greece

485 Belgium

490 Italy

497 Netherlands

498 Philippines

Additional Files Found Code does not match Country

415.2 Land Use


Box 196

415.21 Crop Data

415.3 Soil Erosion Control

416 Soil Conservation

420 Dams

420.1 Chickamauga

420.5 Guntersville

420.6 Norris

420.7 Pickwick

420.9 Wheeler

609.3 Tests, Research

633 Fertilizer Data

640 Machines, Machinery

Watershed Inventory


Box Oversize 197

Wheat Study Area Map

Farm Bureau Form, NC

Drawing -Chart


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