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Blackout of poultry houses and dairy barns.

Description: Provides detailed instructions for the farmer who wishes to continue his regular routine in the event of a War Department issued blackout notice. Discusses the importance of readiness and the use of existing materials due to war related shortages.
Date: January 1943
Creator: Kelley, M. A. R. (Manley Alexander Raymond), 1888-1943.

Blueberries.

Description: Discusses aspects of blueberry production in the United States from planting through harvesting and marketing, and examines different types of blueberries.
Date: October 1940
Creator: Darrow, George M. (George McMillan), 1889-

Cotton from boll to bale.

Description: Describes the steps for harvesting, drying, handling, baling, and storing cotton.
Date: October 1941
Creator: Gerdes, Francis L. (Francis Leo), 1907-; Martin, William J. (William Jules), 1910-; Bennett, Charles A. (Charles Abel), b. 1889. & United States. Dept. of Agriculture.

Crested wheatgrass.

Description: Discusses crested wheatgrass in the United States: its adaptation, its planting, its harvesting, and its use.
Date: January 1941
Creator: Westover, H. L. (Harvey Leroy) & Rogler, George A. (George Albert), 1913-

Dresses designed for little girls.

Description: Provides suggestions for the design, construction, and evaluation of dresses made for girls aged 2 to 6. Includes advice about design features, fabric selection, and quality of workmanship.
Date: August 1949
Creator: Scott, Clarice L. (Clarice Louisba), b. 1899

Drying seed cotton.

Description: Describes various methods of cotton-drying and the effectiveness of each.
Date: January 1949
Creator: Gerdes, Francis L. (Francis Leo), 1907-; Bennett, Charles A. (Charles Abel), b. 1889. & Martin, William J. (William Jules), 1910-

Fires on farms.

Description: Describes what can cause fires on the farm, steps to reduce fire hazards, and equipment needed to fight home fires.
Date: June 1940
Creator: Roethe, Harry E. (Harry Edward), 1891-1989.