• Home Economics exhibit - Denver Stock Show 

        Contributor:Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1919
        Exhibit displaying a variety of preservation techniques for farm and garden products: storage pit, drying, canning (including canning of eggs).
      • Child Welfare exhibit - State Fair 

        Contributor:Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1919
        A number of booths at the right of an aisle address different issues of child health and welfare - from tooth/mouth health and adenoid/tonsil problems to proper sanitation for dairy products.
      • Comparison of top prices of fat lambs - chart 

        Contributor:Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1919
        A chart demonstrates the higher prices for fattened lambs sold in April 1919 as compared to feeder lambs sold in Oct. - Dec. 1918.
      • Child Welfare exhibit - State Fair 

        Contributor:Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1919
        A variety of sub-exhibits show different aspects of child welfare promotion: tooth care, handling of milk products; promotion of reading, etc.
      • Care of the Baby - State Fair 

        Contributor:Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1919
        Long table draped in fabric, on which are instructions for keeping a baby healthy; dolls are used to demonstrate bathing, use of crib and highchair; posters explain hygiene and scheduling for optimal health in infancy.
      • Exhibit at Stock Show 

        Contributor:Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1919
        A display of apples, potatoes, and eggs, showing how they are graded and packaged for marketing purposes, using U.S. Bureau of Markets and Colorado Office of Markets criteria.
      • 4-H girls represent Larimer County at State Fair 

        Contributor:Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1919
        A dozen women and a few men observe 3 girls in white dresses and chefs hats as they demonstrate soup canning techniques.
      • Farm Bureau 

        Contributor:Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1919
        A group of men and women, wearing coats and hats, stand in snow next to a brick and stone building. Over the building entrance is the inscription, "C&IE".
      • Dr. Robbin's Exhibit at Stock Show 

        Contributor:Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1919
        A bi-fold display explaining the destructive life-cycle of black stem rust in which the barberry plant is a host which transfers the rust to wheat, causing great damage to the crop.
      • Professor Sargent's Exhibit of Rural Education at Stock Show 

        Contributor:Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1919
        A display showing how one community in Rio Grande County formed a Rural Community Cooperative District, incorporating inputs from the Sargent Consolidated School and Community Church; models of school and homes and charts ...
      • Corn Exhibit - Stock Show 

        Contributor:Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1919
        Agronomy display encouraging ways to increase corn production; a map on the wall indicates the number of bushels of corn harvested in Colorado's counties; proper methods of drying seed corn is also demonstrated.
      • 4-H girls represent Larimer County at State Fair 

        Contributor:Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1919
        Three girls in white dresses and white bakers caps participate in a bread baking demonstration before an audience of a dozen women, in hats and dressy coats, and 4 men; posters on the wall are of the Colorado Boys and Girls Clubs.
      • State Fair exhibits 

        Contributor:Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1919
        View of a variety of exhibits; the area is decorated with flags from various countries as well as banners welcoming home "our heroes" from the World War I.
      • Home Economics exhibit - State Fair 

        Contributor:Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1919
        A display demonstrating what makes a good school lunch as compared with a poor one; a gas stove with cookware is below a poster recommending hot lunches for schools.
      • Dr. Robbin's Exhibit at Stock Show 

        Contributor:Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1919
        A bi-fold display warning of the dangers of poisoning to cattle from ingestion of whorled milkweed; photographs and specimens of the plant are shown, in addition to photos of poisoned animals.
      • Water system exhibit at State Fair 

        Contributor:Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1919
        This exhibit touts the advantages for having running water piped into the home rather than having to lug it from an exterior water supply.
      • Professor Sargent's Exhibit of Rural Education at Stock Show 

        Contributor:Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1919
        A display showing how one community in Rio Grande County formed a Rural Community Cooperative District, incorporating inputs from the Sargent Consolidated School and Community Church; models of school and homes and charts ...
      • Home Economics exhibit on canning - Stock Show 

        Contributor:Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1919
        Ten mason jars are stacked beside the kinds of fruits and vegetables which they contain: beets, potatoes; cabbage, onions, apples; the display is protected with chicken-wire stapled to the display crate.
      • Denver Stock Show - lathe rack for curing seed corn 

        Contributor:Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1919
        A wooden rack consisting of 11 pairs of lath strips nailed onto opposite sides of 2 upright boards, allowing air to circulate around ears of seed corn.
      • State Fair Colorado Aggie Exhibit 

        Contributor:Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1919
        Looking down from a balcony-level over the tables and booths of the C.A.C. exhibit space; flags of many nations are strung on ropes above the exhibit area.