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|description=Four young boys planting a tree in an unknown location,
ca. 1909. The photograph is from the Albert Belmont Graham Collection. Based on his experiences as a school superintendent in rural Ohio, Graham advocated for the consolidation of rural schools and promoted agricultural education. He is best known as the founder of the Boys and Girls Agricultural Clubs which became the 4-H organization.
|source=Ohio Historical Society MSS 194 AV, AL05422 from the Albert Belmont Graham