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Planting the Seed of Commemoration: 100 Years of Cooperative Extension

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Assembled in front of the original Hill Memorial Library in downtown Baton Rouge, these attendees, agents, and instructors of the Fourth Annual Short Course for Boys and Girls traveled to LSU as part of an Agricultural Extension Service program in 1917. The original panorama photograph, made by Jasper Ewing, is housed in LSU Libraries Special Collections.

This image and related items are currently on display in the lecture hall in a preview of the Fall 2014 exhibition commemorating the centennial of Cooperative Extension at LSU.

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