Herbert W. Mumford Papers, 1907-1938 | University of Illinois Archives
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Papers of Herbert W. Mumford (1871-1938), professor of agriculture (1901-1938), Head of Department of Animal Husbandry (1901-1922) and Dean of College of Agriculture and Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station and Extension Service (1922-1938), containing correspondence and subcommittee reports of the Illinois Agricultural Policy Committee (1920-24); membership lists, minutes and reports of the area livestock committees of the Illinois Agricultural Adjustment Conferences (1928-30) and Mumford's records while serving on the Board of Directors of the Sixth District of the Farm Credit Administration consisting of correspondence, reports, by-laws and statistics relating to the administration and credit operations of the Sixth District (Arkansas, Illinois, Missouri) (1933-38).
The series includes "The History of the Duroc Jersey Swine" (1919), addresses on extension service and college of agriculture policies, and publications on agricultural research and policies.
Note: See also Record Series 39/2/21 for a photo album prepared by Mumford for an official trip to Germany in 1928.