Record Group: 3 C |
Record Sub-Group: 4
Records Title: UMC; College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources; Department of Agricultural Economics; Administrative Records
Volume: 2/3 cubic foot, 0.8 linear foot
Scope and Content Note
Other contents of this Record Sub-Group include a contract between the United States and University of Missouri, a proposal for the development of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology sections in Indian Colleges of Agriculture, inter-departmental correspondence, a list of India Program Alumni, Department of Field Crops interviews of persons on trips to India, and recommendations regarding aid.
Finally, this Sub-Group includes an outline of a project for the development of the University of Missouri at Orissa, monthly progress reports, a situational survey and evaluation of the University of Missouri, a Ford Foundation report entitled, "Marketing: Role, Strategies, and Implications for India-Consultancy," as well as materials pertaining to a visit by Indian bankers to Missouri.
This Record Sub-Group is organized into five separate record series. Within these record series, arrangement is governed by chronological order where possible.
Series One is composed of photos, newspaper clippings, biographical data, reports, booklets, contracts, correspondence, recommendations, development projects, and surveys relating to special projects of the College of Agriculture, 1957-1968.
Series Two contains studies and photos (with negatives) relating to State Hospital Studies, 1958, along with records of the University of Missouri's "India Project" foreign assistance effort.
Series Three is composed of correspondence, bills, interview forms, reviews, instructions, and press clippings related to the Agriculture Economics Club, 1980-1985.
Series Four is principally composed of handouts, grading procedure rules, assignments, homework problems, course schedules, exams, evaluation sheets, outlines, and quizzes for Agriculture Economics courses 251 and 485, 1978-1981.
Series Five is composed of reports and pamphlets related to Miscellaneous Reports, 1957-1988.
FF 1 - Yugoslav Mission records
FF 2 - Special report on the farm operated by the Missouri School for the Deaf, 12/1957
Box 1 (cont'd)FF 3 - Two copies of a State Hospital Study, including a summary, an evaluation of findings, and recommendations from a "Study of Farm Operations" by the Department of Agricultural Economics and photos for hospital #2 St. Joe, #4 Farmington, 07/1958, Mt. Vernon Sanatorium, State Hospital #1 Farm Lands and Dairy Enterprise, 02/1958
FF 4 - India Project records
FF 5 - India Project records
FF 6 - India Project records
FF 7 - Intra-department communication, bills for supplies, awards banquet, 04/19/1985, interview form for “Outstanding Farm Manager Award,” 1980 Farm Management Contest, Summary of Farm Families Reviewed, proposed requirements for written reports if students enrolling for one hour of credit, instructions to interviewer, and press clippings, ca. 1980-1985
Box 2 (cont'd)
FF 8 - Agricultural Economics Course #251, handouts, grading procedure explanations, semester problems, assignments, class homework, worksheets, course schedules, pretests, exams, and term project evaluation sheets, 1978
FF 9 - Agriculture Economics #251, 1979FF 10 - Agriculture Economics #251, 1980
FF 11 - Agricultural Economics Course #485, section outlines and related materials, 04/28/1980
FF 12 - Agriculture Economics #251, 1981
Box 2 (cont'd)
FF 13 - Report on An Analysis of the Impact of Mexican Petroleum Revenues on Import Requirements of Agricultural Commodities presented at a seminar sponsored by the International Economics Division of Economics and Statistics Services, 01/13/1981
FF 14 - Report on the Impact of Mexican Oil Revenues on Import Requirements of Agricultural Commodities for the meeting of the Southern Agricultural Economics Association, 02/01-04/1981
FF 15 - Report on the Mexican Agricultural Import Requirements: An Analysis of the Impact of Petroleum Revenues presented at the Southern Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting, 02/03/1981
FF 16 - Pamphlet related to G.A.T.T. (General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs), concerning tariffs and re-balancing, and a report on Harmonizing Phyto-sanitary and Sanitary Regulations through GATT Negotiations, 1988
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