AuthorUniversity of Arizona. Agricultural Extension Service. Home Demonstration Agents
Bentley, Evalyn A.
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Other TitlesAnnual Report, Evalyn A. Bentley, Home Demonstration Agent, December 1, 1939 - December 1, 1940
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DescriptionBound typescripts of agents reports, including photographs, charts, clippings, and examples of publications, 1939 to 1940. Also includes statistical summaries for 1939-40.
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