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References & research guides, USDA History

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NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL LIBRARY


The USDA History Collection
References and Research Guides

Reference Pages

These pages provide additional information about people and subjects mentioned in the USDA History Collection.
Some provide a summary of information on a topic, others list materials available at the National Agricultural Library and other repositories, and provide links to other Web sites.

  • Information on other USDA officials.
  • Paul H. Appleby, Assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture, 1933-1940; Under Secretary of Agriculture, 1940-1944.
  • Mordecai Ezekiel, Assistant Chief Economist for the Federal Farm Board, 1930-1933; Economic Advisor to the Secretary of Agriculture, 1933-1939.
  • Rexford G. Tugwell, Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, 1933-1934; Undersecretary of Agriculture, 1934-1936.
  • M. L. (Milburn Lincoln) Wilson, Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, 1934-1937; Under Secretary of Agriculture, 1937-1940; Director of Extension Work, 1940-1953.

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