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Photograph, Agriculture and Rural History Section, USDA History Collection

Photograph of the Agricultural and Rural History Section, about 1963. The members of the section were receiving an award for the publication of Century of Service, the Centennial history of the Department of Agriculture. Left to right, the staff include Gladys L. Baker, Vivian Whitehead, Connie _____ (last name not known), Vivian Wiser, Wayne D. Rasmussen, Mae Smith, Jane M. Porter, Barbara Pollard, and Helen Edwards.

ARHS photograph

Series VII.2, E. Brooks photographs, Box 7.2/1, file "EB--History group staff," USDA History Collection, Special Collections, National Agricultural Library.