Guide to the "All Aggie Day" Programs, 1955-1969

Collection number: UA 10/7/3
Size: (1 folder) (0.10 cu.ft.)

About the "All Aggie Day"

The NH Royal Livestock Show has been an annual event within the animal sciences program since April 1950. The purpose of this show is to provide students at UNH with the opportunity to compete in horse and dairy fitting and showmanship contests. In addition, it provides the general public with a chance to see UNH farm animals and meet the students who have trained these animals.

In 1954, the Alpha Zeta Honorary Agricultural Society decided to combine the NH Royal Contest with a variety of other activities that would highlight the work being done by the College of Agriculture. They called the event the “All Aggie Day”. In 1966, the program changed its name to the “Little Royal Livestock Show."

About the "All Aggie Day" Programs

This collection contains the many of the programs for the "All Aggie Day" held between 1955-1964 and the "Little Royal Livestock Shows" in 1966 and 1969.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

This collection is open.

Copyright Notice

Copyright is retained by the University of New Hampshire.

Acquisitions Information

This collection was donated to the library March 1970.