DescriptionA group of African American boys standing in front of a log cabin listening to an instructor.
A poultry house built by the county agent and the agriculture teacher at the Consolidated Negro School, Post Oak Community, Houston County, as a cooperative project. T.E. Lynch was the principal of the school.
Although some of the descriptions of photographs in this collection have been altered for clarity, a majority of the descriptions are transcribed verbatim from the back of the photographs and reflect the language of those times.
SubjectHouston County (USA, Texas)
Consolidated Negro School
Post Oak Community
(1950). Chickens. Physical: Agricultural Communications and Journalism Program, Texas A&M University; Digital: Cushing Memorial Library and Archives, Texas A&M University, <a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">Email</a>, Phone: 979-845-1951, <a href="http://cushing.library.tamu.edu/">Website</a>. Available electronically from