Dairymen's League Cooperative Association records, 1916-1961.
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The United States Department of Agriculture was established in 1862 by President Abraham Lincoln and was elevated to a Cabinet level organization by President Grover Cleveland in 1889. The Department of Agriculture assists farmers and producers of food as well as creating policies and programs related to food distribution and nutrition information. The United States Department of Agriculture controls a number of regional offices through out the continential United States and its territories....
CURRENT FUNCTIONS. The Department of Agriculture and Markets has the responsibility to regulate, conduct research on, and promote agriculture in New York State. In order to regulate agriculture, the department monitors and inspects production, processing, and distribution of agricultural products and enforces related laws. The department conducts research on conditions of rural life, the quality of farm land, and improving techniques for production and marketing. The dep...
The War Resources Board was established August 9, 1939, by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, as a civilian advisory group to collaborate with the Joint Army and Navy Munitions Board in formulating economic mobilization policies. It was abolished November 24, 1939. The Advisory Commission to the World War I Council of National Defense was revived, May 29, 1940. Three of its functional divisions (Industrial Production, Industrial Materials, and Labor), responsible for the stockpiling and delivery o...
Business executive. From the description of Reminiscences of William I. Myers : oral history, 1975. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 86131761 Dean, New York State College of Agriculture. William I. Myers, Cornell University Class of 1914, Ph.D. 1918, was born December 18, 1891 in New York City. After receiving his Ph.D. from Cornell University in 1918, he taught farm finance and farm management at Cornell. He headed ...
Charles W. Holman was a journalist and editor who served as secretary of the National Cooperative Milk Producers' Federation. He managed the first conference on Social Centers in the U.S., Dallas, 1911; made a nationwide investigation of marketing methods for Farm and Ranch, 1912; served as editor at the University of Wisconsin Press Bureau, 1913-1915; organized and served as first secretary of the National Agricultural Organization. From the description of Charles William Holman pap...
Nobel Prize winner, economist, and University of Chicago professor. Native of Hetland, South Dakota, and graduate of South Dakota State College and its School of Agriculture. From the description of Collection, 1940-1992 1956-1989. (South Dakota State University). WorldCat record id: 42441839 Theodore William Schultz (1902-1998), a native of South Dakota, received a B.A. (1926) in economics from South Dakota State College, and a Ph. D (1930) from the University ...
Agriculturist, lawyer. Judge John D. Miller served as Vice President and General Counsel of the Dairymen's League. From the guide to the Dairymen's League records, 1915-1946., (Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library) ...
Cornell University Class of 1904; assistant professor of dairy industry, secretary to the director, professor of agricultural editing, acting dean, and dean of the New York State College of Agriculture, 1917-1931. From the description of Albert R. Mann papers, 1916-1931. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 63537802 ...
Sexauer was born in Kingston, Illinois and came to New York in 1914. In 1915 he purchased a farm outside of Auburn, N.Y. Soon after starting farming, he became active in a local cooperative, and in 1919 became a director of the Dairymen's League's Cooperative Association (now Dairylea, Inc.). In 1921 he was elected to the League's executive committee and in 1928 became President. During the Roosevelt administration, he played an active role in the Committee for the Nation and the Committee for C...
Founded in Syracuse, N.Y. in 1921 as a business run by farmers for their benefit. A. Leal Bibbins built the Syracuse seeds division into one of the largest seed businesses in the country. He then moved to Buffalo as head of the mills division. Bibbins retired in 1947, and in 1964 the Cooperative GLF Exchange and the Eastern States Farmers Exchange merged to form Agway, Inc. From the description of Cooperative GLF Exchange photographs, 1947 May 24-1965 Apr. 29 : 333 Ganson Street / Bu...
A conference of farm bureau officers from 34 New York State counties resulted in the founding of the New York State Farm Bureau Federation on February 14, 1917. It's objectives were to encourage cooperation and coordinate and strengthen the work of New York's farm bureau associations. By 1919, every county in New York was represented in the Federation. From the guide to the New York State Farm Bureau Federation records, [ca. 1918-1968], (Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, C...