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Sweet Potato Festival 1946. Image from Clemson University Special Collections. #ClemsonExt100

Sweet Potato Festival Image from Clemson University Special Collections.

A. Frank Lever. May 8, 2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the Smith-Lever Act, which formalized the Cooperative Extension Service, a state-by-state national network of educators who extend university-based knowledge to the people.

May 2014 marks the anniversary of the Smith-Lever Act, which formalized the Cooperative Extension Service, a state-by-state national network of educators who extend university-based knowledge to the people.

Five-horse multiple hitch used on Clemson College farms in 1928. #ClemsonExt100

Five-horse multiple hitch used on Clemson College farms in

­Corn irrigation at C.A. Copeland’s in Cherokee County, 1956. Image courtesy of Clemson University Special Collections. #ClemsonExt100

­Corn irrigation at C. Copeland’s in Cherokee County, Image courtesy of Clemson University Special Collections.

Dorchester County: Home agent giving demonstration on making electric lamp, June 1949. Courtesy of Clemson University Special Collections. #ClemsonExt100

Dorchester County: Home agent giving demonstration on making electric lamp, June Courtesy of Clemson University Special Collections.

John Morse, a professor emeritus of entomology and director emeritus of the Clemson University Arthropod Collection with PhD student in Entomology Hamilton Allen at the Biodiversity event in 2013. Image courtesy of Jonathan Veit.

John Morse, a professor emeritus of entomology and director emeritus of the Clemson University Arthropod Collection with PhD student in Entomology Hamilton Allen at the Biodiversity event in Image courtesy of Jonathan Veit.

Archery at Camp Long, South Carolina State 4-H camp (1942). Image from Clemson University Special Collections. #ClemsonExt100

Archery at Camp Long, South Carolina State camp Image from Clemson University Special Collections.

Orangeburg County Agent G. W. Daniel, Assistant County Agent Quincy Smith and other County Agents inspect new terrace construction during their one-day training period on land capabilities and proper conservation treatments. 1949. Courtesy of Clemson University Special Collections. #ClemsonExt100

Orangeburg County Agent G. W. Daniel, Assistant County Agent Quincy Smith and other County Agents inspect new terrace construction during their one-day training period on land capabilities and proper conservation treatments. 1949. Courtesy of Clemson University Special Collections. #ClemsonExt100

Boy and girl with butterflies during a 4-H entomology project. Photo courtesy of Clemson University Library Archives. #ClemsonExt100

Boy and girl with butterflies during a entomology project. Photo courtesy of Clemson University Library Archives.

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