The Twenty-Sixth Annual Report of the Weld County Extension Service 1942
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Weld County has long been one of Colorado's top agricultural producers. In 1942 agents all over Colorado provided support for WWII programs such as victory gardens, scrap metal and rubber collection, and savings bond sales. Highlights include: statistical reports dedicated to WWII programs, a "Family Planning Book" (Libro de Cuentas Familiares) in Spanish for use by Mexican-American families, notes on the organization of War Boards throughout the county as well as notes from their meetings, narrative reports on scrap metal collection and farm labor draft deferment, printed circulars about "Weld ...