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Through Leland Sudlow’s Lens: 40 Years of Extension Service History

Leland Sudlow worked as the SD Extension photographer from 1952 – 1990.
Leland Sudlow worked as the SD Extension photographer from 1952 – 1990.

Inspired by Leland Sudlow’s photography and career, the exhibit Through Leland Sudlow’s Lens: 40 years of Extension Service History is a visual history of the South Dakota Extension Service from the 1950's through the 1980's. Leland Sudlow captured on film the moments that made South Dakota Extension Service an office of people helping people. The exhibit documents the programs offered by Extension, the people they impacted, and how Extension changed with the times.

Accompanying the exhibit will be a series of programs that discuss Extension Serve activities available to the citizens of South Dakota. The topics that will be presented at these programs will cover a wide variety of subjects.

Available from September 22, 2015 – February 29, 2016