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Yearunknown
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextBoth pictures are of the same baby, first when he was poorly nourished, and later following a few months of good feeding. This was one of the first babies that came to live in the practice house at Cornell. His name was Bobby. When Miss Monsch first saw him, she was advised not to take him because he was so undernourished that he probably would not live. After a few months in the practice house, cared for by the Home Economics students and fed under Miss Monsch's supervision, he became the baby you see in the lower picture. The smile, the alert look, and the strong back are all signs of good nutrition.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextDicky; 1st Home Economics baby.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextThis baby from one of the college homemaking apartments seems to enjoy demonstrating that properly cared for babies gain weight each week.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextA student ''mother-of-that-week'' living in one of the homemaking apartments prepares the day's food formula for the ''practice'' baby for whom she is responsible.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextThe Baby's Bath. Each student in the homemaking apartments takes entire responsibility for the care of the baby for one week.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextUnidentified photographs of students with practice babies.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextUnidentified photographs of students with practice babies.

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Circa1919 - 1921
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextRichard (''Dickie'') , Cornell's first practice house baby and the second such baby in the country; here 1919-21.

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Circa1919 - 1921
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextRichard at age 2 years.

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Circa1920 - 1922
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextBobby I, second practice baby and a malnutrition case, showing development during stay at Cornell from 1920-22.

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Circa1920 - 1922
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextBobby I at about 8-10 months.

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Year1921
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextJune 5, 1921. Dickie. ''Here shown in the arms of his 'Mother of the Day', Elizabeth Cooper Baker, '21. Dickie came to us a little nothing baby and graduated after his ten month stay with a fine vocabulary of one word, which he used eloquently, enthusiastically and efficiently -- ''damn.''

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Year1921
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextDickie, the first 'practice house' baby. Holding the pride and joy of the '21 seniors is Miss Flemming who was in charge of the Lodge and taught in the department. He was a healthy and very bright little fellow - he always refused to eat his spinach which was a 'must' in those long-ago days. June 5, 1921.

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Year1921
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextBobbie I; 1921; 2nd baby.

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Year1922
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextJoanne, December 1922.

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Circa1922 - 1923
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextJoan, practice baby 1922-23. Photo not dated, but probably early in her stay at College.

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Circa1922 - 1923
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextJoan in a later picture.

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Circa1922 - 1923
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextBobby II, also 1922-23.

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Year1923
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextEdna Mae, practice baby from 1923-24. Photo taken October 22, 1923, at age 5 months; weight 12 pounds, 10 ounces.

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Year1923
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextEdna May; 1923; 4th baby.

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Year1924
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextEdna Mae in April 1924.

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Circa1924 - 1925
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextMary Jane, the practice baby from 1924-25. She arrived at Cornell October 17, 1924.

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Year1924
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextFrances, who was one of the practice babies either 1923-24 or 1924- 25. Photo dated February 1924, and adult not identified.

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Year1924
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextMary Jane; 1924; 7th baby.

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Year1925
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextJean, practice baby from 1925-26. Photo made in Fall of 1925.

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Year1926
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextPeter, practice baby from 1925-26. Peter came to the College at age five months, and was adopted after his stay here. Photo dated May 20, 1926.

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Year1926
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextLouise, a practice baby from 1926 to 1927. Photo made October 1, 1926, when she was seven months old and weighed 16 pounds and was 27 inches long.

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Circa1926 - 1927
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextLouise in a later photo.

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Year1926
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextJimmie, a practice baby in 1926-27. Photo taken in October 1926, when he was four months old and weighed 11 1/2 pounds.

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Year1928
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextBillie ''Lodge,'' a practice baby in 1927-28. Photo dated June 12, 1928. There are no photos of baby ''Bud,'' who also was a practice baby that year.

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Year1929
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextBarbara, a practice baby in 1928-29, who was born June 5, 1928. The photo was taken May 30, 1929, when she weighed 22 pounds and was 30 inches long. There are no photos of baby ''Ted,'' who also was a practice baby that year.

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Year1929
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextBetty Jane, practice baby in 1929-30. Photo taken in November 1929, when she was nine months old and weighed 18 pounds.

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Circa1929 - 1930
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextMartha ''Lodge,'' a practice baby in 1929-30, photographed when she was two months old.

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Circa1930 - 1931
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextFreddie, a practice baby in 1930-31. He came to the College at age two weeks, was photographed at age eight months, and was adopted after his stay at Cornell.

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Circa1930 - 1931
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextDavid, a practice baby in 1930-31. Photo not dated.

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Year1930
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextCo-ed and one of the babies in the nursery; Homemaking apartment, Cornell. Freddie; February 24, 1930; 20 weeks old.

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Circa1931 - 1932
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextBobby, a practice baby in 1931-32, shown at age 16 months.

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Circa1931 - 1933
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextShirley Ann, a practice baby around 1931-32 or 1932-33.

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Circa1932 - 1933
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextGretchen, a practice baby in 1932-33, photographed at age six months.

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Circa1933 - 1934
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextVirginia ''Lodge,'' a practice baby around 1933-34.

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Circa1934 - 1935
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextTommy, a practice baby in 1934-35, photographed at age one year.

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Circa1935 - 1936
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextRose Ann and Mary Alice, twin practice babies. No date given, but they were here around 1935-36.

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Year1935
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextHome Making Apartment Baby; 1935.

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Year1936
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextDawn, a practice baby in 1935-36, photographed in Spring 1936.

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Year1936
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextGladys - 7 1/2 months - about May 1, 1936. Free from clothing to stretch and exercise.

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Year1936
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextLouise; 1936; 12th baby.

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Year1937
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextStudent ''Mothers'' Make Good. Rose Ann and Mary Alice, loaned to Cornell University last November as practical instruction in child care, seemed thriving at their first birthday, at the State College of Home Economics. With them is Jean Thompson. 1937.

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Year1938
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextNancy, a practice baby in 1937-38, photographed in April 1938.

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Year1938
SubtopicApartment Babies
Text1938

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Year1939
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextJoseph, a practice baby in 1938-39. Inscription on back of photo reads: ''I was born July 24, 1938, and have just decided to make my home with Margaret and John. Peter Nelson Fitz Randolph.'' Date is July 7, 1939.

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Year1941
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextJimmy, practice baby 1940-41 or 1941-42. Photo taken in 1941 when he was eight months old.

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Year1949
SubtopicApartment Babies
TextCharlie, November 1949, Norma Keagle, Barbara McCann.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextDining Room: Apartment in Home Economics Building (Comstock Hall).

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Yearunknown
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextLiving-room in one of the homemaking apartments where groups of five or six students live together for five consecutive weeks and assume most of the responsibilities of homemaking, including the care of a baby.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextUnidentified photographs of homemaking apartments.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextUnidentified photographs of homemaking apartments.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextUnidentified photographs of homemaking apartments.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextUnidentified photographs of homemaking apartments.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextUnidentified photographs of homemaking apartments.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextUnidentified photographs of homemaking apartments.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextUnidentified photographs of homemaking apartments.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextUnidentified photographs of homemaking apartments.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextUnidentified photographs of homemaking apartments.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextUnidentified photographs of homemaking apartments.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextSeated at table on far left is James Spencer '48, to his right Dorothy Dye Spencer '48. Other individuals are unidentified. 1948.

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Year1914
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextOld snapshot of Lodge in winter, with Miss Fordyce and Miss Henry walking toward the home economics building. Date is March 1914.

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Year1917
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextStudent cooking in homemaking apartment in Lodge, 1917.

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Circa1918 - 1920
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextFireplace in parlor of Lodge, with Christmas stockings hung on mantle. No date given, but probably around 1918-20.

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Circa1918 - 1920
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextNaptime for Lodge baby. Photo taken on porch of Lodge around 1918- 20.

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Year1919
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextAfter-dinner hour in the homemaking apartment at the Lodge. Date is 1919. Troy photo.

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Year1919
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextExterior of Lodge. No date given, but probably around 1919-20.

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Year1919
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextTwo similar views of afternoon tea in the Lodge. Troy photos, taken in 1919 for the 1920 edition of ''Home Economics at Cornell.''

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Year1919
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextTwo similar views of afternoon tea in the Lodge. Troy photos, taken in 1919 for the 1920 edition of ''Home Economics at Cornell.''

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Circa1919 - 1920
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextChristmas tree in the homemaking apartment in the Lodge, around 1919-20. Troy photo.

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Year1920
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextExterior view of Lodge taken for ''Home Economics at Cornell'' for 1920. Troy photo.

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Year1920
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextBedroom of Lodge with Richard, one of the Lodge babies, in August 1920. Adult was identified in June 1957 as Carrie Luce.

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Year1920
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
Text'An hour after dinner in the practice apartment.'' Used in ''Home Economics at Cornell'' for 1920, p.l6.

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Year1920
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextAfternoon tea in the homemaking apartment in the Lodge. Used in ''Home Economics at Cornell'' for 1920, p.17.

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Year1920
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextLiving room of the Lodge, around 1920. This photo has a coarse screen on it.

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Year1921
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextLiving room of the Lodge, with students and baby Richard in 1921. Taken for article by Alice Blinn for ''The Nation's Health.''

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Year1924
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextLunchtime in the Lodge dining room. Photo taken in 1924 for Miss Blinn for ''Home Economics at Cornell.''

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Year1924
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
Text'Edna Mae's first Christmas.'' Lodge baby with girls at Christmastime. Photo taken by Troy in 1924 for Miss Blinn for ''Home Economics at Cornell.''

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Year1933
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextPractice House Group. January 1933.

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Circa1936 - 1937
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextMary Alice and Rose Ann: twin girls in homemaking apartments, 1936- 37 at their first birthday party.

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Year1946
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextHomemaking apartment in Martha Van Rensselaer Hall in 1946. Caption reads: ''As a part of their plan to reduce work, ''cook'' and ''mother'' prepare a cereal which can be eaten by the baby as well as the family. Above, Lois Datthyn of Shortsville (left) strains the cereal for young Jerry, while Joyce Bolt of Great Neck adds raisins for adult consumption.'' Photo Science Service negative number is 1469-E.

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Year1946
SubtopicHomemaking Apartments
TextHomemaking apartment in Martha Van Rensselaer Hall in 1946. Caption reads: ''Home beautification is an important part of the homemaking courses at Cornell University. Above, Elaine Windrum of Kerhonkson completes a flower arrangement on a table which was refinished by one of her fellow students. The mirror catching her reflection is still another refinishing project of the girls in the apartment.'' Photo Science Service negative number is 1469-F.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextOctober 1 (no year): Barbara Louise Borden of (324 Edgewood) Trenton, NJ, checks her equipment before beginning experiment in laboratory of Savage Hall at Cornell Univ. Miss Borden, a senior in the New York State College of Agriculture, was a member of the first class to use the laboratory when the building was placed in use this week. Savage Hall, new headquarters of the Cornell School of Nurtition, will be dedicated Friday, October 10.

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Circa1908 - 1909
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextParty given by Winter Course men for Winter Course women in the foods laboratory in Roberts Hall in 1908-09.

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Circa1909 - 1910
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextBanquet given in hall of Roberts Hall for Winter Course students and staff in 1909-10.

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Circa1909 - 1911
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextFoods laboratory, Winter Course, 1909-11.

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Circa1911 - 1912
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextStudents and staff of Winter Course, around 1911-12. Among the staff are Flora Rose, in white shirtwaist behind Helen Binkerd Young, who has her hand on the shoulder of Martha Van Rensselaer, all to the left of the central rows.

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Year1912
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextSmall snapshots of the Class of 1912 with Martha Van Rensselaer.

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Year1912
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextSmall snapshots of the Class of 1912 with Martha Van Rensselaer.

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Year1912
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextMembers of the Frigga Fylga Society pose with Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose (center, seated) near Roberts Hall. Snapshot was taken about 1912.

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Year1912
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextClass of 1912 outside Roberts Hall.

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Year1914
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextA few members of the Class of 1914 with Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose. They are identified on the photo as: (front row, from left) ''Crossman, Kilbourne, Higgens, Brush,'' (next one not identified); (rear row, from left) (unidentified), ''Miss Rose, Miss Van Rensselaer, Miss Fordyce,'' (unidentified). Snapshot.

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Year1914
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextSnapshot of other members of the Class of 1914.

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Year1915
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextFirst senior breakfast, which was held by the Class of 1915, with persons identified as ''Dean and Mrs. Galloway and Dr. Matzke'' as guests. Misses Van Rensselaer, Rose and Nye are about at the center of the photograph, which is faded.

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Circa1915 - 1920
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextSenior breakfast. No date given, but appears to be around 1915-20.

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Year1916
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextClass of 1916 with staff at second senior breakfast in June 1916. The staff are standing in the third row from the bottom, and they are, from left: Anna Hunn, Claribel Nye, Helen Canon, Bertha Titsworth, Beulah Blackmore, Frances Vinton, Annette Warner, Flora Rose, Martha Van Rensselaer, Mrs. Helen Binkerd Young, Helen Knowlton,___ Smith, Mary Henry, Winifred Moses and Lucille Brewer.

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Year1918
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextGroup photograph in Comstock Hall. Women identified on reverse. Circa 1918.

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Year1919
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextSeniors and staff in the auditorium of the home economics building (now Comstock Hall) at the senior breakfast in June 1919.

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Year1920
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextSenior night ceremony photographed for 1920 home economics catalog. Troy photo.

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Year1920
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextStudent reading to two little girls. Photographed for 1920 home economics catalog by Troy.

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Year1920
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextFrigga Fylga breakfast in 1920.

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Year1920
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextGroup of students studying the problems of women in industry at the Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation in Ithaca. Taken for ''Home Economics at Cornell,'' 1920, p.l9. Two slightly different views.

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Year1920
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextGroup of students studying the problems of women in industry at the Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation in Ithaca. Taken for ''Home Economics at Cornell,'' 1920, p.l9. Two slightly different views.

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Year1920
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextSenior night ceremony, around 1920.

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Year1925
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextGroup photograph. Women identified on reverse. Circa 1925.

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Year1928
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextProfessor Faith Fenton (seated, center) with students and baby, May 4, 1928.

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Year1939
SubtopicStudents and Student Life
TextGrinding valves, cleaning spark plugs and carbon from engine. Left side of car: Elizabeth Luxford of Hamburg, Carolyn Howland of New Orleans, LA, and Patricia Prescott of Sandy Creek. Right side of car: Marjorie Voorhees of Auburn, Mary Elizabeth Randolph of Niagara Falls and Lee English (?) of Rochester.

   

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