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Pasha (Patricia) Buck Collection: Farmers Feed The World - A Tribute To Women in Agriculture

Creator: Buck, Pasha (Patricia)

Date: [ca. 1986]-1989

Level of Description: Coll./Record Group

Material Type: Multimedia

Call Number: UID 47107

Unit ID: 47107

Abstract: The collection includes negatives, color photographs & slides, as well as model releases, of farms, women farmers, & their families; correspondence, fliers, & other program information for both this documentary & related events; cassette tapes of sound to go with the documentary; and some slides from the 1986 Women Involved in Farm Economics meeting.

Space Required/Quantity: 1.00 cubic feet

Title (Main title): Pasha (Patricia) Buck Collection: Farmers Feed The World - A Tribute To Women in Agriculture

Titles (Other):

  • Kansas in the world

Administrative History

Administrative History: Patricia "Pasha" Buck produced a photo-documentary called "Farmers Feed the World: A Tribute to Women in Agriculture" as part of a program funded through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), "Kansas in the World." This program was an offshoot of the "Nebraska in the World" program, and these two programs collaborated on a variety of projects, including documenting women who either were single and owned/managed their own farms, or who were in full partnership with their male relatives.

[Correspondence from Pasha Buck to Patricia Michaelis, Kansas State Historical Society, 8 July 2001.]

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    United States. Agency for International Development
    Women Involved in Farm Economics
    Buck, Pasha (Patricia) -- Farmers feed the world : a tribute to women in agriculture
    Documentary photography -- Kansas
    Farms -- Kansas
    Rural families -- Kansas
    Women farmers -- Kansas
    Women in agriculture -- Kansas

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Additional Information for Researchers

Use and reproduction: Information on copyright available from the Kansas State Historical Society (Topeka).