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Travis County Agriculture and Home Demonstration Council.
Neighborhood children in Emmert's Garden at 4300 Avenue D
Gordon Smith and a representative from Safeway stand behind the Grand Champion Steer at the Austin Livestock Show, undated. This image was created by Sam Smith
Young man in cowboy hat leading a steer at the Austin Livestock Show, circa 1970s
A student with a pair of shears is clipping the fur of a sheep while his teacher looks on, undated. This image was created by Darl Hyatt. The sheep is on a bench with its head secured in a restraint. On back: "Carl William Whoberr-/-Freshman AG. Student, Kenneth Faubian-AG. Teacher."
Herd of sheep grazing behind a tree in a pasture.
A large group of people are standing on the platform at a train station, undated. They are the delegates from the Travis County 4-H club going to the A&M College short course.
A large group of people standing on the platform at a train station in July 1931
A group of participants are standing and seated at a table filling out paperwork at a 4-H club event, undated. A banner above the table reads: To Make The Best Better, 4-H Clubs, Oak Hill
Group of demonstrators walking along Congress Avenue, two men holding a sign that reads "Now is the time to buy a farm home".
A large, aerial group of members of the 4-H home demonstration club in 1944. This image was created by Neal Douglass
Large group portrait of children and teenagers in front of a train station on July 23, 1933. Signs on a window say "Missouri Pacific Lines" and an entrance transom window says "For Whites."
Willingham and Otto Bohls getting ready for fall gardens on August 10, 1943. The two men are standing and looking at a pamphlet together.
Four men standing on the steps of the Texas State Capitol, undated.
Casey and Mrs. Roberts getting ready for fall gardens, August 10, 1943. The two women are seated and looking at a pamphlet together.
Cows pulling tilling equipment in a field, followed by a man.
Two men taking a break underneath a steam powered threshing tractor. The tractor looks to have been manufactured by Case, possibly a Model 75.
Three men are working with a horse drawn hay wagon in 1928.
Two men, one African American, stand in a large field of spinach. Other workers are visible harvesting crops behind them.
View of a field of spinach. A man in a fur coat stands looking over the field. People working and trucks are in the background. The caption reads "Cutting Spinach Near Austin, Texas, Jan. 13, 1922, M.H. Crockett and C.L. Crockett."
Cattle on Congress Avenue up from Ash Street. Travis County Court House in distance.
Cotton yard with wagons loaded with bales of cotton
Man standing in the middle of a cotton field
Man writing on the board of the cotton exchange
Bales of cotton stacked outside a cotton gin factory