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Innerkip West 4-H Club fonds
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- Textual record
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ca. 1972-1992 (Creation)
- Innerkip West 4-H Club
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approx. 2 inches of textual records
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Open to boys and girls between 8 and 21 (age varies in each province), 4-H has been helping develop well-rounded, responsible and independent youth in Canada since 1913. Members engage in technical skill development, projects and other fun Club activities. Members have the opportunity to travel in Canada and beyond on exchanges, participate in cutting-edge provincial and national conferences, and are eligible to apply for national scholarships.
The records associated with this fonds were donated to the Innerkip Museum by local residents. Upon the closing of the Museum in October 2005, these records were transferred to the County of Oxford Archives.
Scope and content
The fonds consists of a Treasurer’s Book (ca. 1972-1992) and a Scrapbook of various materials related to the operation and activities of the Innerkip West 4-H Club between the years 1980-1982. Such materials include:
Minutes of the Meetings (or Secretary Reports) of the Innerkip West 4-H including such groups as the Homemaking Club, Munchkins, “Breadwinners”, Quilting Club, Etiquette for the 80’s, Social Recreation, etc.
Photographs including the Innerkip 4H Club “What shall I wear” group
Treasurer’s Book – ca. 1972-1992
Some Material requires conservation work.
Immediate source of acquisition
The County of Oxford Archives acquired the fonds from the Innerkip Museum in October 2005.
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Restrictions on access
The fonds is open to public research. However, please contact the archivist responsible for the records regarding access, as some materials may be too fragile to handle. The Archives will make every effort to supply reference copies where feasible.
Terms governing use, reproduction, and publication
Copyright is held by the archives. Researchers are responsible for observing copyright regulations that may apply to the publication of their research. If you wish to publish any of this material, please contact the archivist responsible for the records.
The Archivist has the right to restrict reproduction if the material is in a fragile condition.
At this time, no detailed finding aid is available. Please contact the Archivist for further information.
No further accruals are expected.
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