Indiana FFA Association Records, 1910s-2006

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The Indiana FFA Association, formed in 1929, was the 19th state association chartered by the National FFA Organization, an agricultural education organization consisting of 52 chartered state associations including Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.  Each state association is governed by its own constitution approved by the National FFA Organization and is comprised of chapters within secondary schools throughout the state.  In 1968 the Indiana FFA Leadership Center was established in Trafalgar, Indiana, to house leadership activities, the State FFA Officers, and state staff.  By 2004, the Indiana FFA Association included 9,000 members in 188 chapters statewide.


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Cite as:  Indiana FFA Association Records, 1910s-2006, Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives, IUPUI University Library, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, Indianapolis.


Presented by the Indiana FFA Association, Trafalgar, IN.  A2007/08-024.

Processed by Debra Brookhart, March 2006.


The Indiana FFA Association, formed in 1929, was the 19th state association chartered by the National FFA Organization, an agricultural education organization consisting of 52 chartered state associations including Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.  Each state association is governed by its own constitution approved by the National FFA Organization and is comprised of chapters within secondary schools throughout the state.  In order to receive a charter from the national organization, a state association must first have 125 members and four chapters.  The state association responsibilities to the national organization include annual reporting to the national office, operating within the parameters of the constitution of the national organization, and participating in national activities. 

When the Indiana FFA Association was founded, its headquarters were located on the Purdue University campus in West Lafayette, Indiana.  The FFA operated as a branch of the Office of the State Supervisor of Agricultural Education, a division of the State Department of Public Instruction (now called the Indiana Department of Education). The State Supervisor of Agricultural Education assumed the role of State FFA Advisor and a Teacher-Trainer at the Purdue University Campus was chosen to serve as the State Executive Secretary/Treasurer.  In 1969 the Leadership Training Center opened in Trafalgar, Indiana, to house the administrative operations of the organization and to serve as a training camp for the members of the state association.  Since its construction, the center has grown to include office space, camping facilities, hiking trails and swimming, and a residence for the state officers. 

Today the association continues to maintain strong ties with the Indiana Department of Education through the Office of Career and Technical Education.  The office determines the requirements for the school curriculum in agricultural education and works in conjunction with the FFA and other agricultural education organizations in the state to provide students with opportunities to meet and exceed state education standards.  The FFA is part of a three-tiered program of agricultural education that includes classroom instruction, hands-on experience, and community-based programs. 

The FFA is a student-led organization supervised by adult leaders designated by the Indiana Department of Education.  These leaders, along with the state FFA officers, form the Executive Committee responsible for conducting the business of the organization.  Each year members elect seven state officers to serve as student leaders and goodwill ambassadors for the state organization.  The officers are: President, Northern Region Vice President, Southern Region Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Reporter, and Sentinel.  Under the supervision of the State Advisor and Executive Director, the officers travel the state visiting donors, supporters, and local FFA chapters.  The officers act as mentors to members and are responsible for conducting leadership training camps throughout the year helping students to develop skills in leadership, public speaking, and parliamentary procedure through skits, lecture, and recreation. 

The FFA divides the state into four sections comprised of three districts.  Each section has a Section Director, a student elected by members, and a Section Advisor, the chapter advisor of the Section Director.  The Section Director presides at section meetings of district officers and helps maintain contact within its districts.  Each district elects six officers that travel throughout their areas providing direction and helping members stay in touch with the larger organization.  The districts each hold conventions and award events in preparation for the state convention. 

Members gather annually to conduct the organization's business at the Indiana State FFA Convention held on the Purdue University campus in West Lafayette, Indiana.  This convention is the culmination of the year's events for the association and includes business sessions as well as a variety of award events such as the State FFA Degree, public speaking contest, proficiency awards, and the Stars Over Indiana Pageant.  At the end of the convention the new state officers are elected by the delegates to lead the organization. 

As part of the Indiana Department of Education's three-tiered approach to agricultural education, the Indiana FFA Association works to provide a successful program for its members.  The first tier in this program is classroom instruction.  Nearly 200 FFA chapters are located in secondary schools throughout the state.  Each chapter has its own officers and is chartered by the state association.  Students in grades seven through twelve taking classes in agriculture are eligible for membership in the organization and may maintain an active membership until the fourth year after their graduation from high school.  Classroom instruction provides the background knowledge for participation in award events and supervised instruction.

The second tier of the agricultural program, hands-on experience, is accomplished through Supervised Agricultural Experience Projects (SAE).  Through SAE projects, students develop and maintain their own business operation under the direction of an advisor and participate in competitions that reward skill in their areas of expertise.  Awards include proficiency areas such as livestock, horticulture, agribusiness, landscape design, and a variety of other areas related to agriculture, agribusiness, or agriscience.  Students are awarded degrees that signify their level of involvement with the organization and skill in their SAE projects.  Degrees begin at the Discovery FFA Degree level for new members and advance to the Greenhand Degree, Chapter Degree, and State FFA Degree.  The highest degree level, the American FFA Degree, is awarded by the national organization. 

The FFA also succeeds in promoting the third tier, community-based programs, through its service activities.  Throughout the year, FFA members participate in activities that place them in direct contact with their community.  Through partnerships in local grade schools, members serve as mentors to younger students and help educate them about agriculture.  The State FFA Association also sponsors the FFA Pavilion at the Indiana State Fair each year.  The first FFA exhibit opened at the State Fair in the 1960s and quickly expanded to a greenhouse in the 1970s and a children's barnyard in the 1980s.  In 1993 the Professional Greens of Agriculture, an 18-hole agricultural literacy golf course, built and operated by FFA members opened. The success of the golf course and FFA exhibits at the fair made possible the construction of the FFA Pavilion in 1999 to house FFA exhibits, the golf course, and Value-Added Country Market offering students a chance to educate the community about the agricultural industry in the state.


Indiana FFA Association Website:

Indiana FFA...Bringing the Past Forward: Celebrating 75 Years of Indiana FFA. Evansville: M.T. Publishing Company, Inc., 2005.


National FFA Organization Records, 1916-2000, Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives, IUPUI University Library, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis.


The Indiana FFA Association Records document the history of a state association of the National FFA Organization.  The collection details its programs and activities, governance, and relationship to the national organization.  While the Indiana FFA Association began in 1929, the majority of the records in this collection originate in the 1960s when the Indiana FFA Leadership Center opened and provides documentation through the 1990s. 

Executive Committee Records, 1962-2000, include the records produced by the governing body of the organization and are comprised of minutes, committee information, and the state constitution.  Since the minutes of the executive committee cover only a limited timeframe (the 1960s and 1970s), little information about the governing body of the state association is available.  More information about the Executive Committee is located in the association's newsletters.  The Indiana Future Farmer contains actions of the committee with regard to award requirements during the 1940s and 1950s and the Hoosier Envoy contains copies of the executive committee minutes during the 1980s. 

Administration Records, 1929-2001, contain information about the internal office operations of the Indiana FFA Association and includes correspondence from the Executive Secretary/Treasurer, state officer records, information about the development of the State Leadership Center, audits and financial statements, and chapter information.  The records of the Executive Secretary/Treasurer are not complete, but offer a look into the activities of the office through correspondence, convention activities, and reports from a limited period of time.  The ledgers kept by the secretary/treasurer help track the involvement of chapters by the record of dues and awards given by the state. 

Another source of information about the leadership of the organization is the state officer records.  The directory of state officers lists the officers and their positions from the organization's beginning in 1929 through 1978.  Biographical information, officer activities, and the names of later officers are located in the newsletters, Indiana Future Farmer and Hoosier Envoy.  More detailed information about the officer team during the 1970s and 1980s is also available in the scrapbooks they produced commemorating their year of service to the organization.   

Other records reflect the relationship of the state organization to local areas and include information from high schools, chapters, and the State Alumni Association.  The chapter information includes chapter directories and samples of chapter charters.  The chapter directories include statistics and can be used to determine how long a chapter has been in existence.  Further information about the internal operation of the organization is available in the annual reports to the National FFA Organization also found in this series.

Indiana FFA Foundation Records, 1954-2001, contain records dealing with the fund raising branch of the organization and include annual reports, donor lists, executive committee minutes, and information about the foundation kickoff campaigns.  The board of directors' files and annual reports contain the best information about the activities of the foundation.  Although neither is complete, together the records present a fairly complete history of the foundation's activities from its incorporation through the 1980s.  The foundation materials also contain information about the annual fund drives and fund raising for the leadership training center.  Further information about the leadership center is located in the administration records.

Award and Program Records, 1930-2003, include information related to the contests and programs sponsored by the Indiana FFA Association.  The information includes incomplete lists of state contest winners, award handbooks, and information about Indiana winners in national contests.   More information about the names of award winners is available in the State Convention Proceedings and in the state newsletters.  Information about the types of awards offered and their requirements is found in the Contests, Awards, and Activities Guide.  The newsletters are good sources for information about early state contest guidelines.

The Indiana FFA Association also sponsors a variety of programs independently and in conjunction with the programs of the National FFA Organization.  Most of the information about the state organization's programs relates to the state leadership camps and FFA participation at the Indiana State Fair.  The program information includes handbooks describing activities, correspondence, and program highlights.  This information also highlights the FFA's involvement in the community.

State FFA Convention Records, 1950-2006, contain materials related to the annual convention held at the Purdue University campus in West Lafayette, Indiana.  The most complete convention records are from the late 1960s and 1970s and consist of proceedings, programs, letters, and award information.  Other years' documentation is limited to programs or announcements.  These records help identify award winners and newly elected state officers.  Further information about conventions is located in the newsletters and state officer scrapbooks. 

State Vocational Education Records, 1913-1985, includes information about the state FFA association's relationship with the Indiana Department of Education. These records help to indicate how that relationship works.  These records include reports, minutes, handbooks, and state board information. Two of the most important items in this series are the Annual Report for Vocational Agriculture from the 1950s and 1960s and the State Plan for Vocational Education from the 1970s.   These publications offer a detailed look at vocational agriculture curriculum and statistics for that period.  Other materials in this section relate to the State Board of Vocational Education, Indiana Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association, and some early vocational education bulletins about the development of vocational education and the FFA in the state of Indiana. 

Publications, 1946-2004, contain newsletters, directories, and handbooks produced by the Indiana FFA Association.  The newsletters contain some of the most important information about the history of the organization.   Although the set of state association newsletters incomplete, it covers a large time period (1940s-1980s) and includes information about chapter activities, the executive committee, and state programs. 

Other publications include training handbooks and guides, news articles, and directories containing lists of state vocational education leaders and their positions in the state association as well as leaders in vocational agriculture throughout the state. 

Scrapbooks, 1970-1993, consist of scrapbooks compiled by members, officers, and local FFA chapters.  Eight scrapbooks compiled by the State FFA Officers document the highlights of their year in office through photographs, news articles, and other paraphernalia.  This includes information about the state convention, various conferences, trips, and the state fair.  This is an excellent place to find information about the officers' activities and responsibilities.

Photographs and Slides, 1910s-2004, document the programs and activities of the Indiana State FFA Association visually through photographs and slides.  This is the largest section of the collection and includes every aspect of the FFA experience from the perspective of both the state officer and the local chapter member through camps, state fair, state and national conventions, supervised agriculture experience, and other programs sponsored by the association.  Also included in this section are images of the state officers, Indiana members who became national officers, and award winners.  Images are generally identified by date and activity.

Audio-Visual Materials, 1971-2004, includes video and audio cassettes and 16 millimeter sound recordings.  These recordings consist of convention footage, the Stars Over Indiana Pageant, State FFA Camp activities, state officer highlights, and promotional pieces.


Executive Committee Records, 1962-2000  
 Constitution and Bylaws, 1962-197711
 Consultant Committee, 1966-1978, 198012
 Executive Committee  
  Minutes, 1966-1967, 1970-1974, 1977-197813
  Training, 200014
 Slides, 1981-1982, 19921512
Administration Records, 1929-2001  
 Alumni Association, 1972-1979, 199715
 Annual Report to National FFA Organization, 1953/54-1954/55, 1959/60-1962/63, 1966/67, 1979/8016-9
  Aquaculture at South Putnam, 1994-1995V0001 
  Chapter Meeting (reel to reel), n.d.34 
  Charters (#492-#496), 1977-1978110
  Directory, 1949, 1951-1954, 1960, 1965, 1969-1970111
  Interviews (audio cassette), n.d.311
  Organizing an FFA Chapter, n.d.112
  Photographs, 1970s-1998918-22
  Public Relations, 1964-1978113
   1966-1968, 1972-1979, 1983, 1987-1989, 1991, 1995159-11
  South Newton Chapter Scrapbook, January-December 1983 (oversized)22 
 Correspondence With National FFA Organization, 1968114-15
  General Information, ca. 1970, 1977116-17
  Photographs, 1990s-1998923-29
 Executive Secretary/Treasurer  
  Bob Juncker  
   General Correspondence, 1979-1980118-20
   Officer Correspondence, 1980-1981121
  Ledger, 1953-1967 (oversized)21 
  National Convention Preparation, 1964-1965122
  Report, 1958, 1970123
 Facts and Objectives, ca. 1970s124
 FFA: Focus on the Future, 1983125
 FFA Television Spots, 1977126
  Audits, 1960-1965127
  Budget, 1966, 1969, 1971-1978, 1981-1983, 1986, 1988-1989128
  Treasurer’s Reports, 1960-1963, 1968, 1976-1978129
 General Information, 1967-1970130
 Indiana FFA Membership, 1970-1971, 1983-1984131
 Leadership Training Center  
  Anniversary, 1989351
  Audio Cassette, 1983313
  Blueprints, 1969 (oversized)OV4 
  Brochures, ca. 1970s132
  Central Indiana FFA Recreation and Leadership Corporation, 1973, 1976133
  Engineering Report and Landscape Development  
   1969 (oversized)334
  General Information, ca. 1969, 1983-1984135
  Pageant (reel to reel), 198234 
  Photographs, 1970s-1990s1025-31
  Planning Guide, ca. 19803534
  Proposals, 1967-1968352
  Scrapbook, 1970-197189
  Sketches, ca. 1969 (oversized)304
  Slides, 1966-1967, 1970-1979, 1984, 1986-1988, 1990-1992162-5
 Policies and Procedures for State Student Organization Advisors, 1977136
  Legislative Proposal, 1973137
  Lilly Proposal, 1973-1974138
  Correspondence, 1968-1969139
  Crown Point City Schools, 1958-1969140
  Lowell School District, 1958-1969141
  MSD of North Menton , 1959-1970142
  Visitations, 1973-1980143
 Staff Management by Objectives, 1978-197921
 State Officers  
  Candidates, 198822
  Directory,1929-1978, 1995/96, 2000/0123
  General Information, 1964-197624
   Reel to Reel, 1981/8234 
   Video, 1988/89V0013u 
  Indiana State Officers Guide, 1973-197525
  List, 1929-198726
  Meyers (Ken) Interview (State Officer 1934-35), 2002V0007 
   2000/01-2001/02, 2004/053528-30
   1973/74, 1976/77810-11
  Team Highlights (audio cassette), 1989/90319
 State Program of Work, 1962/63, 1965-1969, 1971-197827-8
 State Supervisor Mailings  
  1969-1970 (oversized)OV4 
  A Survey of FFA Activities, ca. 1968-1969211-12
  Indiana Vocational Agriculture Student Interest Survey, 1970-1971213
Indiana FFA Foundation Records, 1954-2001  
 Annual Reports, 1966, 1968-1969, 1985-1986, 1988-1991214-15
 Audits, 1972-1987216
 Board of Directors  
  Executive Committee, 1961-1962, 1965, 1970-1971, 1975-1982, 1985-1988217
  Members, 1961-1990218
  Minutes and Attachments, 1961-1989219-25
 Brochures, 1970s226
 Chapter Fund Raising, 1977-1978227
 Constitution and Bylaws, 1957-1972228
 Correspondence, 1954-1972229
 Foundation Fund Drive  
  Audio Cassette, 1988312
  Donors and Contributors, 1966, 1972-197831-2
  Fund Drive Results, 1967-198733
  General Information  
  Kick-Off Agenda, 1965-197635
  Ledger, 1971338
  Possible Donors, 197836
  Sponsors, 198537
 Leadership Center Development, 1969-197238
 Lilly Endowment, 1998354
 Sponsors, 200139-10
Award and Program Records, 1930-2003  
 Awards and Contests  
  Agricultural Mechanics  
   General Information, 1978-1979311
   Slides, 1981-1982134
  Chapter Awards, 1969-1978312
  Contests, Awards, and Activities Guide, 1968-1972, 1976-1979313-17
  Cooperative Activity Awards, 1979318
  Essay Contest, 1975-1981319
  Fire Safety Contest, n.d.320
  Greenhand Contest, ca. 1975321
  Honorary Hoosier Farmers, 1930-1984322
  Hoosier Farmers  
   Applications, 1970s323
   Winners, 1945-1964, 1969-1971, 1977-1978, 1988324
   Workshop, ca. 1970s325
  Horse Judging, n.d.326
  Horticultural Judging  
   1978-1979 (oversized)336
  Job Interview, n.d.328
   Handbooks, 1970, 1973-1978329
   Judges, 1977-1978330
   State Judging Committee, 1973-1977, 1996-1999, 2001331
  Leadership Contests, 1977-1980, 1988, 2000332
  National Awards  
   American Farmers  
    General Information, 1930-1955, 1959, 1961, 1978333
    Photographs, 1972814
   American Star Photographs, 1978, 1990815
   Building Our American Communities (BOAC), 1971-1978334
   Foundation Awards, 1960-1963, 1971-1973335
   Judging Contests, 1976-1977336
   Proficiency Contests, 1978816
  Press Releases, 1970, 1975, 1983, 1991337
  Proficiency Awards  
   AIC Trip, 1973, 1977-1978338
   Applications, 1970339
   General Information, 1970-1978340
   Handbook, 1971341
   Photographs, 1987, 1998, 2002817-21
   Slides, 1965-1990s138-21
   State and District Winners, 1973-1979, 1988342
  Public Speaking, 198041
  Quiz Bowl, 1974-1978, 198042
  Slides, 1969, 1972-1978, 1984, 1987-1993, 1995135-7
  Stars Over Indiana  
   Audio Cassettes, 1981, 1988, 1990, 1994315-8
   Todd Lotter, 1990V0006 
   Photographs, n.d., 1970823-24
    Star Farmer, 19921322
    Stars Over Indiana Pageant  
  State Soil Judging Contest  
   General Information  
    1978, 198343
    1978 (oversized)336
   Slides, 1976, 1978, 1981-1982, 1990-1992144
  Welding, 1980-198644
  Agriculture Day, 1978-1979, 198145
  Bicentennial, 197646
  Citrus Fund Raising  
   General Information, 1977-198047
   Indian River Quality Growers, 1976-197848
   Seald-Sweet Growers, Inc., 1973-1977, 198549
  Educational Exchange, 1970410
  FFA Wagon, 1976-19993512
  FFA Week  
   General Information  
    1978 (oversized)331
    1990s, 1997-1998931-32
    1990s, 1997-1998101-2
  Farm Business Management, 1978-1979412
  General Information, 1970-1980413
  Indiana Young Farmers Association, 2003414
  Interns, 1968-1970, 1997-2000415
  Joint Youth Camps and Conferences  
   Audio Cassette, n.d.314
   Audio Reel, 1973-197534 
   Combined Youth Camp, 1971-1978, 1982416
   Joint Youth Meetings, 1977-1978417
   Youth Power, 1974-1980418
  Leadership Camp  
   Audio Cassette, 197831 
   Indiana FFA Leadership Camp Handbook, 1977419
   Leadership Camps, 1970-1971, 1973-1978, ca. 1980s420-21
   Leadership Camp Materials  
    1968-1970 (oversized)334
   Leadership Training Conference, 1970428
   Subregional Leadership Conference, 1968-1978429
   Suggestions, 1976430
    1989-1990, 1993-1994, 1996V0014-V0021
  Leadership Conferences  
   National Leadership Conference for State Officers (NLCSO)  
    General Information, 2000431
     1992, 19961035
    Slides, 1984-1985166
   Washington Leadership Conference  
    General Information, 2000432
    Slides, 1970s-1980s202
  Legislative Pages, 1981-1982433
  Machinery to Mexico, 1965434
  Soil Sampling Program, 1971435
  State Fair  
   General Information, 1974-1977, 1999-2000436
   Indiana FFA Association at the State Fair, 1970-1971, 1973, 1975-1976437
   Landscape Design, 1974, 1976-1979438
    1999-2001, 20043519-22
   Program Proposals, 1968-1971, 1973-1979439
   Project List, 1979 (oversized)337
    1967, 1969, 1971-1979, 1981-1985, 1987-19881815-18
   State Fair FFA Building Blueprints, 1998 (oversized)OV4 
   Video, 200332 
  State Programs for Improving Agricultural Leadership, 1971-1977440
  Tentative Case for FFA Indiana, ca. 1970441
  Thrust ’75, 1975442
  Traffic Safety, 1976443
  Traffic Safety Scrapbook, 1978812
  Tractor Trouble Shooting, 1970, 1976-1977444
State FFA Convention Records, 1950-2006  
 Audio Reel, 197134 
 News Releases, 1997-2000, 200251-5
  1972-1973, 1977, 1985-1986, 1996-1999, 20011117-32
  2001, 2003-2004121-7
  1974-1984, 1986-1991, 1994-1995171-14
 State FFA Chorus Photographs, 19771116
 State FFA Band, 1956-196756
 State FFA Convention  
  1950, 1955, 1960-1973, 1975-1980, 1983-1990, 1992, 1995-200657-29
 Videos, 1986-1987, 1993, 2002V0009-V0012
State Vocational Education Records, 1913-1985  
 A History of Vocational Education in Indiana, ca. 1970530
 A Study of Continuing Education in Indiana, 1968531
 Agriculture Enrollment, 1970-1976532
 Annual Report for Vocational Agriculture  
  1950/51, 1953/54-1955/56, 1958/59, 1961/62-1962/6361-14
  1949/50, 1953/54-1955/56, 1958/59, 1961/62 (oversized)335
 Curriculum, 1973-1974, 1977-1978615
 Final Report on the Development of Instructional Materials, 1976616
 Handbook for Vocational Agriculture in Indiana Schools, 1968-1969617
 Indiana FFA Public Education Program, 1971-1972618
 Indiana State Plan for Vocational Education, 1970/71, 1973-1977619-22
 Indiana Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association, 1964-1971623
 Instructional Materials, 1977624
 Pamphlets, 1968-1978625
 Program Criteria, 1975626
 Research Proposal, 1967627
 State Advisory Council on Vocational Education, 1977-1979628
 State Board of Vocational Education, 1966-1976629
 Teacher Training and Certification, 1968-1971630-31
 VICA Meeting Contest, 1978-1979632
 Vocational Education Bulletins, 1913, 1915, 1917-1918, 1922, 1931633
 Vocational Education Occupations, 1969634
 Vocational Education Reorganization Act of 1968, 1970635
 Vocational Education Service and Demonstration Center Project, 1971-197271
 Young Farmers Association, 1968, 1973, 1982-1983, 198572
Publications, 1946-2004  
 A Program for Developing the Fund Raising Potential of FFA, 197073
 Advisory Committee Handbook, 197774
 Analysis of the Needs, Problems, and Objectives of 5 Youth Organizations, n.d.75
 Articles and Papers  
  1970s (oversized)333
  1989, 2001 (oversized)303
  Agricultural Organizations in Indiana, 197677
  Area Vocational Directors, 1977-197878
  Combined Youth Organization Officers, 1971-197679
  Cooperative Extension, 1971710
  Directory of Indiana Vocational Agricultural Teachers, 1966-1969, 1977-1981711
  District Coordinators, 1973-1977712
  National Society of Livestock Record Associations, 1971-1976713
  State Association Master List, 1978-1979714
  State Staff, 1976-1977715
 Good Grooming, 1974716
 Guide to Sponsorship of FFA Activities, ca. 1983717
 FFA Leadership Guide, 1976718
 FFA Leadership Handbook, ca. 1969, 1974719-20
 Group Dynamics, 1973721
 Indiana FFA…Bringing the Past Forward: Celebrating 75 Years of Indiana FFA  
  Book, 2004S533.F8 I53 2005
  Book, 2004 (CD)32 
  Chapters, 1945-2004356
  Cline, Phillip, 1982-2004357
  Clippings, 1935-2004358
  General Information, 1961-2004359
   1930s-2000s (CD)32 
  Roupp, Bob, 1967-19953510
  Zimmer, Paul, 20043511
 Leadership for Agricultural Industry, 1978722
 Leadership Training Center, 1967-1968723
 Leadership Training Handbooks for Officers, ca. 1970s724
  Agricultural Education in Indiana Schools, 1962-1968, 1988725-27
  Agricultural Education Newsletters, 1963, 1965728
  Hoosier Envoy  
   1972-1980, 1983-1989, 1991-1992, 1994-1996729-33
   Convention 1991, December 1994 (oversized)332
  Impact FFA, 2003-2004734
  Indiana FFA, 1997-2002735
  Indiana Future Farmer  
   1946, 1948-1954736-39
   1959-1963, 196581-4
  Indiana Vocational Agriculture Digest, 1943-1944, 1948, 1952-1953, 195685
 Social Graces, 197486
 Writing News Articles, ca. 195887
 You and Vocational Education, n.d.88
Scrapbooks, 1970-1993  
 Leadership Center Scrapbook, 1970-197189
 Miscellaneous Scrapbook Pages, 1973, 1978/79 (oversized)301
 South Newton Chapter Scrapbook, January-December 1983 (oversized)22 
 State Officer Scrapbooks  
  1973/74, 1976/77810-11
 Traffic Safety Scrapbook, 1978812
Photographs and Slides, 1910s-2004  
  Autumn in the Woods, 1994813
  Awards and Contests  
   National Award Winners  
    American Farmers, 1972814
    American Stars, 1978, 1990815
    Proficiency Contests, 1978816
   Proficiency Winners, 1987, 1998, 2002817-21
   Sales Contest and Tree Diggers, ca. 1992822
   Section Stars, n.d.823
   Star Farmers, 1970824
  Benefit Auction, 20013513
   Autumn Pow-Wow, n.d.825
   Fall Greenhand Camp, 1996-1998826-30
   General, 1970s-1990s831-32
   Leadership Development Workshop  
    1990s, 1996-1997833-35
   Summer Camp, 1996-1998, 200395-12
   Winter Camp, 1996-1998913-17
   Activities, 1970s-1990s918
   Crothersville Project Impact, ca. 1997919
   Retreats, ca. 1990s920
   Southwestern Shelby Hog Roast, n.d.921
   Triton Central PALS, ca. 1998922
   Conventions, ca. 1990s, 1997-1998923-25
   Officers, 1996-1998926
   Picnic, ca. 1998927
   Stars, ca. 1990s, 1997-1998928-29
  Executive Committee Christmas Party, 1997930
  FFA Week  
  Faces of Indiana, Sessions 1-4, 1998103-6
  Farm Progress, ca. 1998107
  Fire, 20043514
  Indiana FFA…Bringing the Past Forward: Celebrating 75 Years of Indiana FFA  
   Book Photographs, 1930s-2000s3515-17
   Paul Zimmer, n.d.3518
  Indiana State Fair  
   Barnyard Carnival, n.d.108
   FFA Day, 1998109
   General, 1970s-1990s1010-12
   General, 1999-2001, 20043519-22
   Goat Untie, n.d.1013
   Heifer Chase, n.d.1014
   Judging Contests, 1996-19991015-17
   Mechanic Contest, 1990s1018
   Professional Greens of Agriculture, ca. 1997-19981019-20
   Race to End Hunger, ca. 19971021
   Tractor Trouble Shooting, n.d.1022
  IVATA and New Agriculture Teachers Meeting, ca. 19971023
  Joint Youth Task Force, 19781024
  Junior High Day, 20053523
  Kick-Offs, 20043524
  Leadership Center  
   Camp Tecumseh, ca. 1990s1025
   Forest Discovery Center, ca. 1990s1026
   General, ca. 1970s, ca. 1990s1027-29
   Memorial Deck, 19951030
   Scrapbook, 1970-19711031
  Monster Rec Day, 1994-1995, ca. 19971032-34
   1992, 19961035
  National Convention, 1975-1976, 1991, 1994, 1996-1998112-8
  National FFA Center, ca. 1998119
  National Officers  
   Abby Dougherty, 19981110
    1963/64 (oversized)302
    1963/64, 1972/73-1976/77, 1979/80, 1989/90-1990/91, 1999/001111
  Proclamation Signing, ca. 19981112
  Star Recruitment, ca. 19971114
  State Advisors, ca. 1960s-1970s1115
  State Chorus, 19771116
  State Convention  
   1972-1973, 1977, 1985-1986, 1996-1999, 20011117-32
   2001, 2003-2004121-7
  State FFA Activities, 1971-1972, 1980s-1990s128
  State Officers  
    1971-1972, 1976-1977, 1981-1982, 1995-1999, 2002-2003129-19
    2000/01-2001/02, 2004/053528-30
   Portraits and Group Photographs, 1971/72-1973/74, 1976/77, 1986/87-2000/01, 2003/041220
  Student Activities  
  State Staff, n.d.1223
  Supervised Farming, 1970s-2000s3533
  Vocational Agriculture, 1910s-1930s1224
  Vocational Student Organization (V.S.O.), 19921225
  Workdays, n.d.1226
  Young Farmers Convention, n.d.131
  Agriculture Day, 1977-1979, 1981-1982, 1984132-3
  Awards and Contests  
   Agricultural Mechanics Welding, 1981-1982134
   Contests, 1969, 1972-1978, 1984, 1987-1993, 1995135-7
   Proficiency Awards  
    Award Winners (identified), 1970, 1990-1993138-10
    Award Winners (unidentified), 1965-1968, 1971-1980, 1983-1993, 19951311-15
    General, 1980s-1990s1316-19
    Judging, n.d.1320
    Slideshow, ca. 19801321
   Star Farmer, 19921322
   Stars Over Indiana  
   State Soils, 1976, 1978, 1981-1982, 1990-1992144
  Big 10 Chapters, 1993145
  Camps and Workshops  
   Combined Camp, 1975-1976, 1978, 1981-1983146-7
   Fall Greenhand/Autumn Pow-Wow, 1983-1984, 1987-1991148-10
   General, 1973-1979, 1981/82, 1988-19951411-15
   Leadership Development Workshop, 1978-1982, 1984, 1988, 1990-19931416-21
   Star Farmer and Proficiency Workshop, 1981-1982, 1984151
   Summer, 1970-1979, 1983-1985, 1990-1992152-5
   Winter, 1980, 1982-1983, 1987-1992156-8
  Chapter Activities, 1966-1968, 1972-1979, 1983, 1987-1989, 1991, 1995159-11
  Executive Committee, 1981-1982, 19921512
  FFA Wagon, 1976-19781513
  General Images, 1960s-1990s1514-20
   District Foundation Kick-Offs, ca. 19821521-22
   General, 1981-19821523
   Officer Kick-Off Sets, 1985161
  Leadership Center, 1966-1967, 1970-1979, 1984, 1986-1988, 1990-1992162-5
  NLCSO, 1984-1985166
  National Convention, 1971-1984, 1986-1989, 1991-1992167-19
  National Officer Reception, ca. 19801620
  Prairie Heights, 1983-19841621
  State Convention  
   1974-1984, 1986-1991, 1994-1995171-14
  State FFA Activities  
   1978/79, 1980/81-1982/83, 1986/87, 1991/92-1993, 1995181-14
  State Fair  
   1967, 1969, 1971-1979, 1981-1985, 1987-19881815-18
  State Officers  
   At Work,  1980s-1990s194
   General, 1970s-1990s195
   Group Photographs and Portraits  
    1964/65, 1971/72-1978/79, 1980/81-1981/82, 1983/84-1984/85, 1986/87-1991/92196-7
  Washington Conference, 1970s-1980s202
  Workdays, 1974, 1976, 1978-1979, 1981-1982, 1991203
  Year in Review, 1976-1977204
  Young Farmers Association, 1992205
  Youth Conferences, 1970s-1980s206
  Youth Power, 1981-1982207
Audio-Visual Materials, 1971-2004  
 Audio Cassettes  
  Chapter Interviews, n.d.311
  Foundation Kickoffs, 1988312
  Indiana FFA Center, 1983313
  Joint Youth Conference, n.d.314
  Stars Over Indiana, 1981, 1988, 1990, 1994315-8
  State Fair/Leadership Camp (8-track), 197831 
  State Officer Team Highlights, 1989/90319
  Year in Review, 1994 (2 copies)3110-11
 Audio Reel to Reel  
  Agriculture Teacher Salute, 197634 
  District Star Young Farmers, 197634 
  FFA Chapter Meeting, n.d.34 
  Joint Youth Conference, 1973-197534 
  Leadership Center Pageant, 198234 
  State Convention, 197134 
  State Officer Highlights, 1981/8234 
  Young Farmers Stars, 197634 
 Digital Files  
  Indiana FFA…Bringing the Past Forward: Celebrating 75 Years of Indiana FFA  
   Book, 200432 
   Photographs, 1930s-2000s32 
  State Convention 2002  
   Convention PowerPoint Presentations, 200232 
   Entrance Video Photographs, 200232 
   Parent Video Photographs, 200232 
  State Convention 2003  
   Entrance Video Photographs, 200332 
   Honorary Degree Photographs, 200332 
   Parent Video Photographs, 200332 
   State Staff Photographs, 200332 
  State Officers Photographs, 2002/03-2003/0432 
 Video Cassettes  
  Aquaculture at South Putnam, 1994-1995V0001 
  Celebrating 75 Years, 2004V0022u 
  Columbus Today on the Indiana FFA Conference and Retreat Center, 1995V0002 
  FFA Banquet, 1997V0003 
  The Indiana FFA Association “Making an Impact,” n.d.V0004u 
  Indiana FFA Project: Impact, 1997V0005 
  Leadership Camps, January 200332 
  Ken Meyers Interview (State Officer, 1934-35), 2002V0007 
  Parent Video, 2003V0023u 
  Salute to Indiana, n.d.V0008 
  Stars Over Indiana, 2003, 2005V0024-V0025
  State Convention, 1986-1987, 1993, 2002V0009- 0012
  State Fair, 200332 
  State Officer Highlights, 1988/89V0013u 
  State Officer Camp Speeches, 200332 
  Summer Camp, 1989, 1994V0014-V0015
  Todd Lotter, Star America Farmer, 1990V0006 
  Winter Camp, 1989-1990, 1993, 1996V0016-V0021
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