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This office did research in the areas of breeding, growing, physiology, pathology, and disease, with a specific focus on crops. The office changed its name to the Office of Horticulture in , and then merged with several other offices in to form the Office of Horticultural Crops and Diseases later the Division of Fruit and Vegetable Crops and Diseases. Historical or Biographical Sketch : Beverly Thomas Galloway was appointed as plant pathologist in for the U.
In , he became chief of the Division of Gardens and Grounds, was the leader in planning the consolidation of several divisions into what soon became the Bureau of Plant Industry, and moved into position of Chief of this new bureau. For two years , he served as Assistant Secretary of Agriculture and later returned to research work, particularly investigations of the pathological aspects.
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Beagle Papers are composed of correspondence; government and United Nations publications; bibliographies on rice hull and furfural research, articles, studies, research papers and personal journals. Historical or Biographical Sketch : Eldon Beagle b. Agency for International Development from Department of Agriculture," He received a bachelor of science degree in agricultural chemistry at the Maryland Agricultural College in After a short period of employment in chemical research work at the Maryland Experiment Station and Agricultural College, he began research on the preparation of rare sugars and carbohydrates for the USDA Bureau of Chemistry in In he joined a pharmaceutical firm Digestive Ferments Company , but returned to work on dairy cattle nutrition experiments in the laboratories of the Dairy Division of the Bureau of Animal Industry in Six years later, he became editor of scientific publications, Office of Information, and shortly thereafter assumed charge of the employee news bulletin.
He retired in Department of Agriculture USDA from and held progressively more responsible positions in professional, scientific, and administrative work in connection with dairy and animal husbandry, focusing on dairy cattle breeding, feeding, and management. Moore Manuscripts consist of the authors' manuscripts and correspondence.
Janick and Moore determined a need for updating the U. They served as editors for Advances in Fruit Breeding, published in by Purdue University Press, West Lafayette, Indiana, and considered the monograph a standard reference for fruit breeding throughout the world. Each chapter was written by a world-recognized authority, and the book includes all major fruits and nuts, temperate as well as tropical.
The editors provided updates to the literature and information on new advances in plant science. The manuscript materials include correspondence and rough drafts for the book. Historical or Biographical Sketch : Jules Janick b. Moore b. It also includes 27 volumes of Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Budgetary Material, , housed with the rare books. He soon became the chief administrative officer to the Secretary of Agriculture , the Assistant Director of the office of Personnel and Business Administration and Budget Officer for the Department , and the Director of Finance in the Office of Budget and Finance Jump was recognized as an outstanding authority on budgetary and financial administration.
His early realization that budgeting was a basic part of program development and operation did much to make the concept of budgeting the vital management force that it is today.
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These records were donated by Howard W. Kerr, Director. Historical or Biographical Sketch : Howard W. Kerr b. In , Secretary of Agriculture John R. Block assigned a team of USDA policy and technical experts to produce ways for the federal government to assist small-scale farms, and Kerr was named to oversee the new effort.
They include papers and addresses relating to agricultural extension written between and The collection covers the pre-Smith-Lever extension work in the northern and western states. Lloyd addressed the organization of cooperative extension services under the Smith-Lever Act, the development of county agent work in the northern and western states, and the development of the County Farm Bureau as an extension agency.
A fourth volume containing the proceedings of the Western States Regional Extension Conference held on August , includes a section of remarks from a memorial service for William A. Lloyd held in conjunction with the conference.
He later earned a law degree from that university. After practicing law in Texas, he returned to Ohio and settled in Meigs County.
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As a farmer, he took a leading part in revitalizing the Grange movement in Ohio. He pioneered programs in farm leadership at the local level, and developed plans for state and county bureaus to conduct extension work. Lloyd was known for his contributions of scientific applications to practical farming. Benson, and university and U. Historical or Biographical Sketch : Joseph Holmes Martin was head of the poultry department at the University of Kentucky from and Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana, from He specialized in poultry genetics and wrote more than 80 poultry publications, including Turkey Management.
Mohler Papers consist of photographs, Canadian exhibits, U.
Historical or Biographical Sketch : John R. Mohler began working at the U. He was promoted to the position of Chief of the Pathological Division in , and became the Chief of the Bureau in , a position he held until his retirement in He authored or co-authored numerous bulletins, circulars, and articles on these topics.
In Mohler was elected vice president of the International Veterinary Congress and in received the 12th International Veterinary Congress Prize in recognition of his distinguished achievements in veterinary service in the United States and foreign countries. This is the highest honor the veterinary profession bestows. Prior to working for the U. After the death of his father, Wallace replaced him as editor. The journal gained a reputation as one of the leading agricultural periodicals in the United States.
When he was appointed as Secretary of Agriculture, Wallace continued to assist farmers by developing improved systems of marketing, establishing the Bureau of Agricultural Economics and the Bureau of Home Economics, and initiating the radio service for market reports. Notable records include notes, memoranda, and correspondence related to the controversy surrounding the soil survey in the Southern Region of the U.
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He completed a Ph. In , he joined Iowa State College as a faculty member and supervisor of the soil survey program. He was promoted to assistant chief of the Division of Soil Survey and transferred to Beltsville, Maryland in He retired from USDA in Of particular note are the records from when Claribel R.
Barnett was not only head librarian for the departmental library but also was quite active in the library-related organizations. The archival material includes papers relating to directors of the library such as Ralph Robert Shaw, , Foster E. Mohrhardt, , and John Sherrod, One year later, through a donation of a collection of over 1, volumes of agriculture-related materials from the Agricultural Division of the U. The purpose of the library was to gather agricultural information from a wide array of sources and provide it to the people of the United States. Also during this time, the library had a formidable succession of librarians who were leaders in furthering the professionalism of librarianship.
In Secretary of Agriculture Orville J. In plans were drawn up to create a new dedicated facility for the library. Throughout the s and s NAL brought forth many agriculture-related information resources and centers. Some of the kilns and buildings that were constructed still stand and are of architectural interest.
The ledgers reflect business transactions that took place in one of the significant manufacturing concerns i. Standard for Grades of Wool collection contains wool samples that document the 12 standards of wool established by the U. Department of Agriculture for the s and the 13 standards for the s. Standards are based on the fineness or diameter of the wool fiber. The collection includes includes wool standards for , , , and There are 61 original, signed Passmore watercolors in this collection, as well as several signed sketches, unsigned works, and two watercolors signed by another artist, Dora Paxon.
In the front of the manuscript, there is an anonymous, typescript biography of Passmore which is immediately followed by a brief, handwritten note detailing Passmore's death, and the signature of Carrie Harrison. Her relationship to Passmore is unknown, but she may have been a botanist in the Bureau of Plant Industry, U. There are several newspaper obituaries pasted onto the end of the typescript, below Carrie Harrison's signature. Department of Agriculture's Division of Pomology.
She painted for many exhibits and flowers and fruits in watercolor became her specialty. Photographs show scientists' processes for cleansing the soil of bollworms, views of infested fields, and the effects of bollworms on cotton and other plants. There are photographs of inspection sites in Texas and New Mexico; field clean-up activities in Arizona; and an album of colleagues' portraits presented to the Chief of the division, Paul A.
Hoidale, in Historical or Biographical Sketch : The Plant Quarantine and Control Administration later named the Bureau of Plant Quarantine was established in as a central agency to regulate activities related to research on insects and plants for the Bureaus of Entomology and Plant Industry. The agency assigned regulatory work to several divisions, including one for Pink Bollworm and Thurberia Control. The Poultry Times portrait file contains negatives and black and white photographs. Historical or Biographical Sketch : The Poultry Times is published by Poultry and Egg News and includes news articles on research; technical development; and current trends in production, marketing, and pricing.
There are reports of activities of industry organizations with an emphasis placed on regional news.
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Historical or Biographical Sketch : Charles Valentine Riley was a visual artist and entomologist in the midth century. Born in England, Riley settled in the United States in He had grown up studying and sketching insects, and he quickly began to apply his abilities while working for Prairie Farmer, a leading agricultural journal. In Riley was recommended for and appointed to the post of entomologist for the state of Missouri. In this capacity, he not only became a distinguished entomologist, but he also revolutionized the entire field of entomology.
In Riley became the second Chief Entomologist for the U.
Department of Agriculture, succeeding Townend Glover. Riley held this position over a period of 17 years, having parted with the USDA briefly from over a procedural dispute. During the s Riley was also closely involved with the U. National Museum currently the Smithsonian Institution , to whom he donated his collection of over , insect specimens. He served as an assistant curator for the museum, specializing in insects. Riley worked in both capacities until his death in Department of Agriculture circular "Oriental Flowering Cherries" published in March , clippings, photographs of his retirement in , and biographical information.
The circular provides facts on cultivation and historical details about varieties of ornamental cherries grown in the United States, including trees growing around the tidal basin in Washington, D. A published version of the circular is located in the general collection of the National Agricultural Library.