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Marketing Eggs.

Description: Describes the benefits of the egg market, the process for producing quality eggs, and the steps for grading, packaging, transporting, and selling eggs.
Date: December 1957
Creator: Kilpatrick, Lester, 1903-; Pond, T. H. (Thomas Henry), 1899-; Kennett, H. C. & Larkin, R. C.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Incubatio nand Incubators

Description: Report discussing the important practice of artificially incubating eggs in poultry raising. Topics discussed include the biological effects of incubation upon eggs, the mechanics of the incubator, and operational instructions.
Date: 1905
Creator: Wood, Richard (Richard H.)
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Goose Raising

Description: "Information with regard to the setting of eggs, as well as other details of the management of geese, are given in this bulletin." -- p. 2. Other topics discussed include common breeds of geese, feeding and practices, and preparing geese for market.
Date: 1917
Creator: Lamon, Harry M. & Lee, Alfred R., b. 1887
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Seven Ways to Greater Egg Profit.

Description: Describes seven best practices for managing chicken flocks and for collecting and storing eggs in order to produce Grade A eggs. The recommended practices are based on a study conducted in major egg-producing states in the midwestern United States.
Date: December 1955
Creator: United States. Department of Agriculture.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Marketing Eggs Through the Creamery

Description: Report discussing different methods for the delivery and marketing of eggs. A creamery in Minnesota has cleverly signed agreements with local farmers which allows farmers to deliver their eggs along with their milk and cream to the creamery. The creamery then markets the eggs on behalf of the farmers and keeps a small share of the profit for itself. This method of marketing eggs greatly reduces spoilage.
Date: 1911
Creator: Slocum, Rob R. (Rob Roy), 1883-1944
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Slingshot John Milligan Shooting Through an Egg]

Description: Photograph of an egg in mid-explosion from a slingshot ball. In the image John Milligan stands in the background holding the slingshot in position while the exploded egg takes up the foreground of the image showing crisp detail of the exploded object as the slingshot ball, upper right, is about to exit the picture frame. John Milligan, a machinist in Detroit, Michigan who was also the “country’s greatest slingshot expert. “He won local fame by shooting the marks out of playing cards, hitting objects in mid air and bagging game in the field.” Joe took John national with his photos documenting his talent and accuracy. To assure accuracy, he has designed his own precision-built aluminum sling, called the Milligan Special. Additional photos and information can be found in the Clark Family Collection. Photos from this series appeared in eight national publications. Here you can find articles in “Life Magazine . February 3, 1961. Pages 80-83. And in a fifteen page pictorial in the book “Photojournalism” by Joe Clark, HBSS. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Clark PhotoFile: 8001-28
Date: January 17, 1961
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Egg Scrambled Over Skillet by Slingshot John Milligan]

Description: Photograph of Slingshot John Milligan scrambling an egg dropped over a skillet. In the image a lady on the left is holding a skillet under an egg that Milligan has shot through with a slingshot while it was in mid-air. John Milligan, a machinist in Detroit, Michigan who was also the “country’s greatest slingshot expert. “He won local fame by shooting the marks out of playing cards, hitting objects in mid air and bagging game in the field.” Joe took John national with his photos documenting his talent and accuracy. To assure accuracy, he has designed his own precision-built aluminum sling, called the Milligan Special. Additional photos and information can be found in the Clark Family Collection. Photos from this series appeared in eight national publications. Here you can find articles in “Life Magazine . February 3, 1961. Pages 80-83. And in a fifteen page pictorial in the book “Photojournalism” by Joe Clark, HBSS. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Clark PhotoFile: 8001-70
Date: January 17, 1961
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Slingshot John Milligan Scrambling an Egg]

Description: Photograph of an egg in mid-explosion from a slingshot ball. In the image John Milligan stands in the background holding the slingshot in position while the exploded egg takes up the foreground of the image showing crisp detail of the exploded object. John Milligan, a machinist in Detroit, Michigan who was also the “country’s greatest slingshot expert. “He won local fame by shooting the marks out of playing cards, hitting objects in mid air and bagging game in the field.” Joe took John national with his photos documenting his talent and accuracy. To assure accuracy, he has designed his own precision-built aluminum sling, called the Milligan Special. Additional photos and information can be found in the Clark Family Collection. Photos from this series appeared in eight national publications. Here you can find articles in “Life Magazine . February 3, 1961. Pages 80-83. And in a fifteen page pictorial in the book “Photojournalism” by Joe Clark, HBSS. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Signed by: Joe Clark, HBSS Clark PhotoFile: 8001-9
Date: January 17, 1961
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Slingshot John Milligan Scrambling an Egg - Almost Gone]

Description: Photograph of an egg in mid-explosion from a slingshot ball. In the image John Milligan stands in the background holding the slingshot in position while the exploded egg takes up the foreground of the image showing crisp detail of the shattered object. Narrative by Junebug Clark: In this photo the "scrambled egg" has almost completely exploded itself out of the picture frame. "There is kind of a beauty to each fraction of a second that the slingshot ball hits and makes its way through the target." All of these photos were made with a 4x5 camera which meant that you had just one shot. What you shot was what you got. Then it was time to reload and try again. Timing was critical. You never really knew what you had until hours later when the film was processed and you could look at the negatives being pulled out of the fixer and into the wash. John Milligan, a machinist in Detroit, Michigan who was also the “country’s greatest slingshot expert. “He won local fame by shooting the marks out of playing cards, hitting objects in mid air and bagging game in the field.” Joe took John national with his photos documenting his talent and accuracy. To assure accuracy, he has designed his own precision-built aluminum sling, called the Milligan Special. Additional photos and information can be found in the Clark Family Collection. Photos from this series appeared in eight national publications. Here you can find articles in “Life Magazine . February 3, 1961. Pages 80-83. And in a fifteen page pictorial in the book “Photojournalism” by Joe Clark, HBSS. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Signed by: Joe Clark, HBSS Clark PhotoFile: 8001-20
Date: January 17, 1961
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Slingshot John Milligan Scrambling an Egg]

Description: Photograph of an egg in mid-explosion from a slingshot ball. In the image John Milligan stands in the background holding the slingshot in position while the exploded egg takes up the foreground of the image showing crisp detail of the exploded egg. Narrative by Junebug Clark: Check out the Slingshot John Milligan series in Clark Family Collection and you will be amazed and the timing and images captured. This image is taken a fraction of a second after impact and the photo is completely different from the moment of impact. Photo Editors and Photographers were stunned by Joe's ability to precisely capture these images. "How did he do it?" The phone rang off the hook. Even today with laser, sound, photo-cell triggers it would take a crew to photograph a series like this (and they probably would give up and use Photoshop). "Give me the answer," they would ask. Joe's reply, "I used Hillbilly Ingenuity." John Milligan, a machinist in Detroit, Michigan who was also the “country’s greatest slingshot expert. “He won local fame by shooting the marks out of playing cards, hitting objects in mid air and bagging game in the field.” Joe took John national with his photos documenting his talent and accuracy. To assure accuracy, he has designed his own precision-built aluminum sling, called the Milligan Special. Additional photos and information can be found in the Clark Family Collection. Photos from this series appeared in eight national publications. Here you can find articles in “Life Magazine . February 3, 1961. Pages 80-83. And in a fifteen page pictorial in the book “Photojournalism” by Joe Clark, HBSS. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Clark PhotoFile: 8001-34
Date: January 17, 1961
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Slingshot Ball Impacting Egg]

Description: Photograph of an egg upon impact from a slingshot ball being shot by John Milligan. In the image the ball can be seen just hitting the shell and a small amount of the liquid from the egg is spewing out. Narrative by Junebug Clark: This photo was often referred to as "A Near Miss." Something that Slingshot Milligan never did and rare to capture. Consider this... The eggs being tossed up by hand randomly and John has to take aim and fire at the moving, tumbling target and also miss the camera which is positioned directly behind the path of the traveling egg. Lost a lot of eggs. Never a camera. John Milligan, a machinist in Detroit, Michigan who was also the “country’s greatest slingshot expert. “He won local fame by shooting the marks out of playing cards, hitting objects in mid air and bagging game in the field.” Joe took John national with his photos documenting his talent and accuracy. To assure accuracy, he has designed his own precision-built aluminum sling, called the Milligan Special. Additional photos and information can be found in the Clark Family Collection. Photos from this series appeared in eight national publications. Here you can find articles in “Life Magazine . February 3, 1961. Pages 80-83. And in a fifteen page pictorial in the book “Photojournalism” by Joe Clark, HBSS. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Signed by: Joe Clark, HBSS Clark PhotoFile: 8001-26
Date: January 17, 1961
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Shattered and Scrambled Egg (2)]

Description: Photograph of an egg shattering above a pan by a slingshot shot by John Milligan (not photographed). In the image the egg is in the middle of shattering apart and takes up the majority of the frame. John Milligan, a machinist in Detroit, Michigan who was also the “country’s greatest slingshot expert. “He won local fame by shooting the marks out of playing cards, hitting objects in mid air and bagging game in the field.” Joe took John national with his photos documenting his talent and accuracy. To assure accuracy, he has designed his own precision-built aluminum sling, called the Milligan Special. Additional photos and information can be found in the Clark Family Collection. Photos from this series appeared in eight national publications. Here you can find articles in “Life Magazine . February 3, 1961. Pages 80-83. And in a fifteen page pictorial in the book “Photojournalism” by Joe Clark, HBSS. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Clark PhotoFile: 8001-71
Date: January 17, 1961
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Slingshot John Milligan Shooting Through an Egg]

Description: Photograph of an egg in mid-explosion from a slingshot ball. In the image John Milligan stands in the background holding the slingshot in position while the exploded egg takes up the foreground of the image showing crisp detail of the exploded egg. Narrative by Junebug Clark: Check out the Slingshot John Milligan series in Clark Family Collection and you will be amazed and the timing and images captured. This image is taken a fraction of a second after impact and the photo is completely different from the moment of impact. Photo Editors and Photographers were stunned by Joe's ability to precisely capture these images. "How did he do it?" The phone rang off the hook. Even today with laser, sound, photo-cell triggers it would take a crew to photograph a series like this (and they probably would give up and use Photoshop). "Give me the answer," they would ask. Joe's reply, "I used Hillbilly Ingenuity." John Milligan, a machinist in Detroit, Michigan who was also the “country’s greatest slingshot expert. “He won local fame by shooting the marks out of playing cards, hitting objects in mid air and bagging game in the field.” Joe took John national with his photos documenting his talent and accuracy. To assure accuracy, he has designed his own precision-built aluminum sling, called the Milligan Special. Additional photos and information can be found in the Clark Family Collection. Photos from this series appeared in eight national publications. Here you can find articles in “Life Magazine . February 3, 1961. Pages 80-83. And in a fifteen page pictorial in the book “Photojournalism” by Joe Clark, HBSS. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Clark PhotoFile: 8001-13
Date: January 17, 1961
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Series of Exploding Eggs]

Description: Photograph containing four photographs of an egg being shot. The eggs were targeted by slingshot shooter John Milligan as the eggs rested atop of the fingers of photographer Joe Clark, HSSS. In the images the eggs are in mid-explosion after being shot through with a stainless steel slingshot ball launched by a Milligan Special in the hands of Slingshot John Milligan. Narrative by Junebug Clark: Three dozen eggs were "Scrambled" by Slingshot Milligan off of the back of Joe Clark's hand at 25 paces. This entire Slingshot Milligan photo series was shot with a 4x5 camera. That meant one shot, one photograph. Timing of the Joe Clark, HBSS photo and of course the aim of Slingshot Milligan had to be coordinated and perfect. Each millisecond that the camera shutter was tripped produces a completely different image. Was the timing perfect? With film cameras you did not know until the film was processed. Would you like to put another, another and another egg on the back of your hand and let Slingshot Milligan scramble it for the sake of the perfect photograph? John Milligan, a machinist in Detroit, Michigan who was also the “country’s greatest slingshot expert. “He won local fame by shooting the marks out of playing cards, hitting objects in mid air and bagging game in the field.” Joe took John national with his photos documenting his talent and accuracy. To assure accuracy, he has designed his own precision-built aluminum sling, called the Milligan Special. Additional photos and information can be found in the Clark Family Collection. Photos from this series appeared in eight national publications. Here you can find articles in “Life Magazine . February 3, 1961. Pages 80-83. And in a fifteen page pictorial in the book “Photojournalism” by Joe Clark, HBSS. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. ...
Date: January 17, 1961
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Slingshot John Milligan Scrambling an Egg]

Description: Photograph of an egg in mid-explosion from a slingshot ball. In the image John Milligan stands in the background holding the slingshot in position while the exploded egg takes up the foreground of the image showing crisp detail of the exploded object. John Milligan, a machinist in Detroit, Michigan who was also the “country’s greatest slingshot expert. “He won local fame by shooting the marks out of playing cards, hitting objects in mid air and bagging game in the field.” Joe took John national with his photos documenting his talent and accuracy. To assure accuracy, he has designed his own precision-built aluminum sling, called the Milligan Special. Additional photos and information can be found in the Clark Family Collection. Photos from this series appeared in eight national publications. Here you can find articles in “Life Magazine . February 3, 1961. Pages 80-83. And in a fifteen page pictorial in the book “Photojournalism” by Joe Clark, HBSS. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Clark PhotoFile: 8001-23
Date: January 17, 1961
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Shattered and Scrambled Egg (1)]

Description: Photograph of an egg shattering above a pan by a slingshot shot by John Milligan (not photographed). In the image the egg is in the middle of shattering apart and takes up the majority of the frame. John Milligan, a machinist in Detroit, Michigan who was also the “country’s greatest slingshot expert. “He won local fame by shooting the marks out of playing cards, hitting objects in mid air and bagging game in the field.” Joe took John national with his photos documenting his talent and accuracy. To assure accuracy, he has designed his own precision-built aluminum sling, called the Milligan Special. Additional photos and information can be found in the Clark Family Collection. Photos from this series appeared in eight national publications. Here you can find articles in “Life Magazine . February 3, 1961. Pages 80-83. And in a fifteen page pictorial in the book “Photojournalism” by Joe Clark, HBSS. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Signed by: Joe Clark, HBSS Clark PhotoFile: 8001-71
Date: January 17, 1961
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Eggs and Their Uses as Food.

Description: A summary of the research and data available at the turn of the 20th century, regarding the production of eggs, their composition, and their use as food.
Date: 1901
Creator: United States. Department of Agriculture.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Slingshot John Milligan Scrambling an Egg resting on Joe Clark's Hand (2)]

Description: Photograph of slingshot expert John Milligan shooting an egg balanced on Joe Clark's fingers. Narrative by Junebug Clark: Put two talented, daring and creative people together and what do you get... something very unique and incredible. Preparing for a photograph Joe visualized of a John "scrambling an egg as it dropped into a fry pan by a waitress" Joe had John scramble three dozen eggs off of the back of his hand. No Photoshop, no fancy laser or sound triggering systems... Plain and simple "Hillbilly Ingenuity," nerves of steel and steady hands. John Milligan, a machinist in Detroit, Michigan who was also the “country’s greatest slingshot expert. “He won local fame by shooting the marks out of playing cards, hitting objects in mid air and bagging game in the field.” Joe took John national with his photos documenting his talent and accuracy. To assure accuracy, he has designed his own precision-built aluminum sling, called the Milligan Special. Additional photos and information can be found in the Clark Family Collection. Photos from this series appeared in eight national publications. Here you can find articles in “Life Magazine . February 3, 1961. Pages 80-83. And in a fifteen page pictorial in the book “Photojournalism” by Joe Clark, HBSS. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Clark PhotoFile: 8001-57
Date: January 17, 1961
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Slingshot John Milligan Scrambling an Egg]

Description: Photograph of an egg in mid-explosion from a slingshot ball. In the image John Milligan stands in the background holding the slingshot in position while the exploded egg takes up the foreground of the image showing crisp detail of the exploded egg. John Milligan, a machinist in Detroit, Michigan who was also the “country’s greatest slingshot expert. “He won local fame by shooting the marks out of playing cards, hitting objects in mid air and bagging game in the field.” Joe took John national with his photos documenting his talent and accuracy. To assure accuracy, he has designed his own precision-built aluminum sling, called the Milligan Special. Additional photos and information can be found in the Clark Family Collection. Photos from this series appeared in eight national publications. Here you can find articles in “Life Magazine . February 3, 1961. Pages 80-83. And in a fifteen page pictorial in the book “Photojournalism” by Joe Clark, HBSS. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Clark PhotoFile: 8001-25
Date: January 17, 1961
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Slingshot John Milligan about to Scramble an Egg (2)]

Description: Photograph of John Milligan about to scramble a tossed egg with a slingshot. In the image an egg is stopped mid-toss while Milligan aims for his shot. An additional hand, for tossing the egg up, and a camera can be seen in the frame. Narrative by Junebug Clark: Try tossing an egg up a few feet in the air and catching it in your home kitchen. See how little time it takes to (hopefully) catch it. Slingshot Milligan had to take aim, adjust for the egg's trajectory, take into consideration missing the 4x5 camera and lens positioned behind the egg trajectory and fire. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Clark PhotoFile: 8001-3
Date: January 17, 1961
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Slingshot John Milligan Scrambling an Egg resting on Joe Clark's Hand (1)]

Description: Photograph of slingshot expert John Milligan shooting an egg balanced on Joe Clark's fingers. Narrative by Junebug Clark: Put two talented, daring and creative people together and what do you get... something very unique and incredible. Preparing for a photograph Joe visualized of a John "scrambling an egg as it dropped into a fry pan by a waitress" Joe had John scramble three dozen eggs off of the back of his hand. No Photoshop, no fancy laser or sound triggering systems... Plain and simple "Hillbilly Ingenuity," nerves of steel and steady hands. John Milligan, a machinist in Detroit, Michigan who was also the “country’s greatest slingshot expert. “He won local fame by shooting the marks out of playing cards, hitting objects in mid air and bagging game in the field.” Joe took John national with his photos documenting his talent and accuracy. To assure accuracy, he has designed his own precision-built aluminum sling, called the Milligan Special. Additional photos and information can be found in the Clark Family Collection. Photos from this series appeared in eight national publications. Here you can find articles in “Life Magazine . February 3, 1961. Pages 80-83. And in a fifteen page pictorial in the book “Photojournalism” by Joe Clark, HBSS. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Signed by: Joe Clark, HBSS
Date: January 17, 1961
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Slingshot John Milligan about to Scramble an Egg]

Description: Photograph of John Milligan about to scramble a tossed egg with a slingshot. In the image an egg is stopped mid-toss while Milligan aims for his shot. An additional hand, for tossing the egg up, and a camera can be seen in the frame. Narrative by Junebug Clark: Try tossing an egg up a few feet in the air and catching it in your home kitchen. See how little time it takes to (hopefully) catch it. Slingshot Milligan had to take aim, adjust for the egg's trajectory, take into consideration missing the 4x5 camera and lens positioned behind the egg trajectory and Fire... Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS.
Date: January 17, 1961
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections