The National 4-H History Preservation leadership team has over 100 4-H films currently listed in our A/V Archive on the 4-H History Preservation Website at http://4-HHistoryPreservation.com/Media_AV.asp but we have only a
very few of these films that have been located and digitized. Originally, when released, many of these films were either sent to State 4-H Offices or to regional extension film libraries. If you know of the locations of old films or videos in your state, we would like to get the name and email or phone number of the best person to contact to see if we can borrow them for digitizing, or have them digitize the films at our expense. Please let us know at: info@4-HHistoryPreservation.com
From National 4-H History Preservation Program. http://4-HHistoryPreservation.com
The first 4-H films were produced before the 1920s. A new directory on the national 4-H history preservation website lists all types of audio and visual recordings and the 4-H history preservation team is currently in the process of locating and digitizing many of the entries, making them available to the general public.
Over 160 entries have already been posted 0 films, video tapes, radio and television public service spots, television series, audio and video interviews. If you know of locations of 4-H material that should be included, we would like to hear from you. Write: info@4-HHistoryPreservation.com
To check out the A/V directory go to: http://4-HHistoryPreservation.com and “click” on 4-H Reference Materials in the left-hand menu bar.
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