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Young people seated on the foundation of the Lewis County Cottage under construction at Jackson's Mill 4-H Camp.
State 4-H Camp at Jackson's Mill, which was the first in the nation when it opened in 1921.
The cover of The County Officer Magazine, West Virginia Edition. 'Jackson's Mill Birthplace of 4-H Clubs of America, at the site of General 'Stonewall' Jackson's boyhood home... this aerial view shows the main part of West Virginia's 4-H Camp located in Lewis County. It is the pioneer development of its kind not only in America but the entire world.'
Mount Vernon Dining Hall at Jackson's Mill State 4-H Camp in the background.
Boys appear to be cooking on sticks and in a pan over a fire.
'Street car stop in foreground.'
"Old, old negative of Jackson's Mill."