Carl E. Ladd papers, 1932-1943.

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Ladd, Carl E. 1888-1943. Carl E. Ladd papers, 1932-1943.

Carl E. Ladd papers, 1932-1943.

The Carl E. Ladd papers consist entirely of material relating tothe New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University, and include correspondence, typescripts, reports, drafts and publications concerning his deanship of the College and its administration from 1932 to 1943, particularly regarding its relationship with the state and federal governments, the United States Department of Agriculture, the Farm Credit Administration, the Civilian Conservation Corps, the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets, the New York and National Granges, the Association of Land Grant Colleges and State Universities, the Agricultural Adjustment Administration, the New York State Temporary Emergency Relief Administration, the New York State Farm and Home Bureau Federations, the Dairymen's League Cooperative Association, the Tennessee Valley Authority, and the Grange League Federation. Subjects include the economic crisis in agriculture in the 1930s, the fluctuations and problems of the dairy industry, rural electrification, soil conservation, Dutch elm disease, agricultural research, economics, and legislation, the American Agriculturist, Four-H Clubs, Dairymen's League Cooperative Association, Farm and Home Week, extension work, and the role of the New York State College of Agriculture in World War II.

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