Educational exchanges--United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Abstract The IFYE Association of the USA, Inc., originally the International Farm Youth Exchange and later the International Four-H Youth Exchange, was founded in 1948 for young adults to increase international understanding and cooperation. The program is a three to six month exchange program in which 4-H alumni and other young adults interested in a rural living experience live with a host family in another country and take part in the family's daily activities. The collection includes bylaws, meeting...
Dates: 1948-2012, undated
Collection — Box 1
Abstract The IFYE Foundation of the USA, initially the International Farm Youth Exchange and later the International Four-H Youth Exchange, was founded in 1948 in order to foster increased understanding between the United States and other nations around the world. The three to six month exchange program provides 4-H alumni and other young adults interested in a rural living experience the opportunity to live with a host family in another country and take part in the family's daily activities. In 1992...
Dates: 1988-2009, undated
Identifier: RS 16/3/4/2
Abstract The International Farm Youth Exchange (IFYE) was founded in 1948 to promote greater international understanding and cooperation through a 6-month exchange program. Iowa 4-H clubs participated in IFYE throughout the 1960s and 1970s. The collection contains letters written by Iowa IFYE delegates sent to family and friends back home, documenting their experiences as part of the exchange program.
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Content This collection (1855-1885, undated) contains correspondence, poetry, song verses, a photograph, genealogy and family history on the Tefft and Underwood families, and samples of mourning cloth. Many of the handwritten letters are from Sarah Tefft Underwood to her family in Kingston, Rhode Island. Her two primary correspondents were her two sisters, Mae and Ann Tefft, though the letters also include notes to her father and other family members. When writing to her...
Dates: 1856-1885, undated