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Image   PR-GO-01
Yearunknown
SubtopicCooperation with Government Organizations
TextLineup of staff of the Women's Institute for 1907. From left are Harriet May Mills, Frances Graham, Dann, Helen Wells, Gray, Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose.

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Image   PR-GO-02
Circa1910 - 1915
SubtopicCooperation with Government Organizations
TextPhoto labeled only, ''staff of Farmers' Institute.'' This was taken in Sidney, NY. The date is not known, but appears to be around 1910-15. Martha Van Rensselaer is among the group.

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Image   PR-EO-01
Yearunknown
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextNutrition clinic at Norwich, NY, held in conjunction with ''Miss Scholes Extension School.'' No date.

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Image   PR-EO-25
Yearunknown
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextCaption reads: ''Hot school lunch established by Home Bureau and parent teachers' association at Central Park.'' This is Nassau County Home Bureau. No date given. Photo by Burt of Mineola.

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Image   PR-EO-02
Circa1918 - 1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextNutrition and health work in public schools, around 1918-20.

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Image   PR-EO-03
Circa1918 - 1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextWeighing and measuring school children as part of nutrition clinics. No date given, but probably around 1918-20. Troy photo.

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Image   PR-EO-04
Circa1918 - 1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextSchool child who took part in the health and nutrition work conducted in the public schools around 1918-20.

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Image   PR-EO-05
Circa1918 - 1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextChildren who took part in skit about health in classes conducted in public schools around 1918-20.

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Image   PR-EO-06
Circa1918 - 1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextGroup of children who took part in health program in schools around 1918-20. They are carrying milk bottles and cans.

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Image   PR-EO-07
Circa1918 - 1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextSchool exhibit on value of milk. Location not given. Date is around 1918-20.

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Image   PR-EO-20
Year1919
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextChildren at the old South Hill School playing organized games as part of health program. Photos taken by Troy around 1919 for Miss Monsch.

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Image   PR-EO-21
Year1919
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextChildren at the old South Hill School playing organized games as part of health program. Photos taken by Troy around 1919 for Miss Monsch.

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Image   PR-EO-08
Year1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextHealth and nutrition work in one-room, white frame school near Ithaca, around 1920. This photo shows local Home Bureau members watching children consume hot school lunch. This is a Troy photo.

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Image   PR-EO-09
Year1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextHealth and nutrition work in one-room, white frame school near Ithaca, around 1920. This is a Troy photo.

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Image   PR-EO-10
Year1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextHealth and nutrition work in one-room, white frame school near Ithaca, around 1920. This is a Troy photo.

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Image   PR-EO-11
Year1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextHealth and nutrition work in one-room, white frame school near Ithaca, around 1920. This is a Troy photo.

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Image   PR-EO-12
Year1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextHealth and nutrition work in one-room, white frame school near Ithaca, around 1920. This is a Troy photo.

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Image   PR-EO-13
Year1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextHealth and nutrition work in one-room, white frame school near Ithaca, around 1920. This is a Troy photo.

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Image   PR-EO-14
Year1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextHealth and nutrition work in one-room, white frame school near Ithaca, around 1920. ted at left in picture. This is a Troy photo.

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Image   PR-EO-15
Year1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextHealth and nutrition work in one-room, white frame school near Ithaca, around 1920. This is a Troy photo.

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Image   PR-EO-16
Year1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextHealth and nutrition work in one-room, white frame school near Ithaca, around 1920. This is a Troy photo.

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Image   PR-EO-17
Year1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextHealth and nutrition work in one-room, white frame school near Ithaca, around 1920. This is a Troy photo.

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Image   PR-EO-18
Year1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextHealth and nutrition work in one-room, white frame school near Ithaca, around 1920. This is a Troy photo.

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Image   PR-EO-19
Year1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextHealth and nutrition work in one-room, white frame school near Ithaca, around 1920. This photo shows county Extension agent giving nutrition lesson on her monthly visit to the school. Teacher is seated at left in picture. This is a Troy photo.

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Image   PR-EO-22
Year1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextTwo similar views of nutrition class at public school in Ithaca in 1919. Photo taken by Troy for Miss Monsch for ''Home Economics at Cornell'' for 1920, p.9.

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Image   PR-EO-23
Year1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextTwo similar views of nutrition class at public school in Ithaca in 1919. Photo taken by Troy for Miss Monsch for ''Home Economics at Cornell'' for 1920, p.9.

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Image   PR-EO-24
Year1920
SubtopicCooperation with Schools and other Educational Organizations
TextIndian children on the Onondaga Reservation having a hot school lunch arranged by Home Bureau members. Date is May 20, 1920.

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Image   PR-PO-10
Yearunknown
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextPerformance of Syracuse Home Bureau pageant on the history of farm life in the state. Undated.

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Image   PR-PO-22
Yearunknown
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextPhotograph of the ''Home Bureau Creed'' written by Ruby Green Smith. No date given.

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Image   PR-PO-07
Circa1915 - 1920
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextLuncheon served by the local Chamber of Commerce at the first meeting of the advisory council of the Erie County Farm Bureau Association. No date given, but appears to be around 1915-20, or perhaps a little earlier.

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Image   PR-PO-01
Year1916
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextFarm and Home Bureaus: Meat canning demonstration at meeting of the Akron Home Economics Club on December 19, 1916. Sponsored by the Erie County Farm Bureau.

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Image   PR-PO-02
Year1916
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextHome Economics Club picnic held at the Barrow's Camp, Sardinia, NY, September 14, 1916, under the sponsorship of the Erie County Farm Bureau.

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Image   PR-PO-03
Year1918
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextMembers of the Home Bureau unit on the Onondaga Indian Reservation meet to can vegetables. Date is around 1918.

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Image   PR-PO-04
Year1918
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextCanning demonstration before members of the Home Bureau unit on the Onondaga Indian Reservation, around 1918.

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Image   PR-PO-05
Circa1918 - 1920
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextJoint meeting of the executive committees of the Onondaga County and Syracuse City Home Bureaus at a farm home in the county. County chairman is presiding. No date given, but probably around 1918-20.

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Image   PR-PO-11
Circa1918 - 1920
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextUnidentified Home Bureau conducts cooking lesson for men who are to be scoutmasters. No date given. Probably around 1918-20.

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Image   PR-PO-08
Year1919
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextScreened, printed picture of Mrs. W.G. McIntosh, of Churchville, who served Monroe County as Home Bureau Chairman during 1919.

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Image   PR-PO-23
Year1920
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextChild Health Organization: Two views of the ''Health Fairy,'' who appeared at Ithaca High School in 1920 under the co-sponsorship of the Child Health Organization and local groups. She was employed directly by the C.H.O., which enlisted co-sponsors in places where she appeared. Troy photo.

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Image   PR-PO-24
Year1920
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextChild Health Organization: Two views of the ''Health Fairy,'' who appeared at Ithaca High School in 1920 under the co-sponsorship of the Child Health Organization and local groups. She was employed directly by the C.H.O., which enlisted co-sponsors in places where she appeared. Troy photo.

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Image   PR-PO-25
Year1920
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextVarious views of ''Cho-Cho,'' the health clown, who visited schools in 1920 under the co- sponsorship of the Child Health Organization and local groups, in the same way the Health Fairy worked. Some of these photos were taken in Syracuse.

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Image   PR-PO-26
Year1920
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextVarious views of ''Cho-Cho,'' the health clown, who visited schools in 1920 under the co- sponsorship of the Child Health Organization and local groups, in the same way the Health Fairy worked. Some of these photos were taken in Syracuse.

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Image   PR-PO-27
Year1920
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextVarious views of ''Cho-Cho,'' the health clown, who visited schools in 1920 under the co- sponsorship of the Child Health Organization and local groups, in the same way the Health Fairy worked. Some of these photos were taken in Syracuse.

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Image   PR-PO-28
Year1920
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextVarious views of ''Cho-Cho,'' the health clown, who visited schools in 1920 under the co- sponsorship of the Child Health Organization and local groups, in the same way the Health Fairy worked. Some of these photos were taken in Syracuse.

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Image   PR-PO-29
Year1920
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextVarious views of ''Cho-Cho,'' the health clown, who visited schools in 1920 under the co- sponsorship of the Child Health Organization and local groups, in the same way the Health Fairy worked. Some of these photos were taken in Syracuse.

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Image   PR-PO-06
Year1921
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextCaption with this picture reads: ''Height, weight, posture and teeth are worth study. The home bureau at Norwich, Chenango County, fosters nutrition clinics as part of its program in the study of foods.'' One copy of this identified the woman at the right as Mary Henry. Photo taken for Extension Service News of March 1921.

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Image   PR-PO-30
Year1922
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextCampus Club: Miss Van Rensselaer (left) and Miss Rose (right) preparing to pour tea at a reception given by the home economics staff for the Campus Club at Christmas, 1922.

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Image   PR-PO-09
Year1923
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextScreened, printed picture of Mrs. A.E. Brigden, who served as president of the New York State Federation of Home Bureaus around 1923.

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Image   PR-PO-12
Year1923
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextDirectors of the New York State Federation of Home Bureaus for 1923. Seated, left to right, are: Mrs. Vincent Riorden; Mrs. A.E. Brigden, president; Martha Van Rensselaer; Mrs. Milo Acker. Standing, left to right, are Mrs. Eugene Baker; Mrs. Lewis Seymour; Ruby Green Smith; and Mrs. B.W. Miller.

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Image   PR-PO-13
Year1924
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextOfficers of the New York State Federation of Home Bureaus for 1924. No identification is given, but Martha Van Rensselaer is at the left end of the front row.

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Image   PR-PO-14
Year1924
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextFloat sponsored by Norwich Home Bureau which won a prize at the ''Fifth Big 4 Picnic'' sponsored by the Chenango County unit in August 1924.

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Image   PR-PO-15
Year1927
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextSome of the members of the Lincklaen Center Home Bureau unit testing approved equipment owned by the Chenango County Home Bureau at the home of Mrs. F.E. Saunders, Lincklaen Center, June 23, 1927.

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Image   PR-PO-16
Year1927
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextMembers of the Vermontville Home Bureau unit who took part in a contest in which they were to make and model dresses which cost one dollar or less. Picture was taken at judging session on June 18, 1927, in front of the Home Bureau headquarters.

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Image   PR-PO-17
Year1931
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextExhibit of articles made by members of unidentified Home Bureau unit, using block printing. No location given for exhibit, but date is October 1931, and previously it had won a second prize at the state fair.

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Image   PR-PO-18
Year1944
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextReception honoring Mrs. Ruby Green Smith, retired state leader of Home Demonstration Agents, on November 14, 1944. This is the receiving line, and the caption reads: ''Facing the camera, left to right: Mrs. Homer Day, Oxford, Director for Central District; Mrs. W.H. Potter, Truxton, President; Ruby Green Smith, Ithaca, retired State Leader of Home Demonstration Agents; Mrs. Wentworth L. Fay, Malone, 1st Vice President; Mrs. Lynn Perkins, Luzerne, 2nd Vice President; Mrs. Frances Todd, West DanLy, Treasurer; Mrs. Harold Ostertag, Attica, Director of Western District; Mrs. Herbert Smith, Skaneateles, Director of Northern District; Miss Mabel A. Knapp, Goshen, Director for Eastern District; and Frances Scudder, Ithaca, State Leader of Home Demonstration Agents.'' Photo Science Service negative number is 138.

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Image   PR-PO-19
Year1944
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextReception honoring Mrs. Ruby Green Smith, retired state leader of Home Demonstration Agents, on November 14, 1944. This is a closeup of part of the receiving line, and the caption reads: ''Facing the camera, left to right: Mrs. Homer Day, Oxford, Director for Central District; Ruby Green Smith, Ithaca, retired State Leader of Home Demonstration Agents; Mrs. Wentworth L. Fay, Malone, 1st Vice President; Mrs. Lynn Perkins, Luzerne, 2nd Vice President.'' Photo Science Service negative number is also 138.

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Image   PR-PO-20
Year1944
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextSame reception shown in previous two pictures. Caption reads: ''Mrs. Anna G. Putnam of Sodus, a former secretary of the New York State Federation of Home Bureaus, presents a check to Dr. Ruby Green Smith of Cornell University on behalf of the home bureau women of the state. Used in the Syracuse Post Standard on November 16, 1944.

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Image   PR-PO-21
Year1950
SubtopicCooperations with Private Organizations
TextTraining school in citizenship held May 9-10, 1950, at Cornell under the sponsorship of the State Federation of Home Bureaus. Caption reads: ''At the Citizenship Leader Training School, sponsored by the State Federation, May 9-10 at Cornell University, from left: Mrs. Earl Blanchard of Potsdam, St. Lawrence County; Mrs. Glenn Norris of Ithaca, Tompkins County; and Mrs. William H. Seeley of Scarsdale, Westchester County, and Miss Mary Stevenson of Ebenezer, Erie County. These representatives described the citizenship projects in home bureaus in their districts.''

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Image   PR-DT-01
Yearunknown
SubtopicDemonstration Trains
TextCaption reads: ''That interest in food conservation is limited neither to sex or age is proven by the 'Victory Special' - a typical daily crowd. There is a group of people, mostly women, gathered in front of the car, and Lucille Brewer of the home economics department staff is standing on the steps in the background. No date given.

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Image   PR-DT-02
Yearunknown
SubtopicDemonstration Trains
TextOne of the Lehigh Valley demonstration cars on a siding near the College of Agriculture. No date given.

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Image   PR-DT-07
Yearunknown
SubtopicDemonstration Trains
TextInterior of one of the trains. with women looking at exhibits. No date given.

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Image   PR-DT-08
Yearunknown
SubtopicDemonstration Trains
TextAudience watching Lucille Brewer give a demon-stration in one of the cars. No date given.

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Image   PR-DT-09
Yearunknown
SubtopicDemonstration Trains
TextInterior of one of the cars, without spectators.

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Image   PR-DT-03
Year1917
SubtopicDemonstration Trains
TextExterior of a New York Central thrift campaign car, with flag flying. Photo taken by Troy in 1917 for Miss Glover.

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Image   PR-DT-04
Year1917
SubtopicDemonstration Trains
TextCloseup of a New York Central thrift campaign car.

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Image   PR-DT-05
Year1917
SubtopicDemonstration Trains
TextInterior of exhibit car of New York Central food conservation car in 1917.

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Image   PR-DT-06
Year1917
SubtopicDemonstration Trains
Text'Save the Surplus'' Special on the Lehigh Valley Railroad in 1917.

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Image   PR-DT-10
Year1919
SubtopicDemonstration Trains
Text'Health Special'' demonstration car. Exterior, with a crowd of people. Date is 1919.

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Image   PR-DT-11
Year1919
SubtopicDemonstration Trains
TextLucille Brewer giving demonstration before audience inside one of the cars in 1919.

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Image   PR-DT-12
Year1919
SubtopicDemonstration Trains
TextExhibit car of Victory Special in 1919 (interior without people). Troy photo.

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Image   PR-DT-13
Year1919
SubtopicDemonstration Trains
TextLucille Brewer giving demonstration, or preparing for one, in one of the cars, with no audience visible. Date is 1919. Troy photo.

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Image   PR-DT-14
Year1919
SubtopicDemonstration Trains
TextLucille Brewer giving demonstration, or preparing for one, in one of the cars, with no audience visible. Date is 1919. Troy photo.

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Image   PR-DT-15
Year1919
SubtopicDemonstration Trains
TextExhibit car of Victory Special in 1919. Interior showing exhibit of canned goods. Troy photo.

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Image   PR-DT-16
Year1919
SubtopicDemonstration Trains
TextExhibit car of Victory Special in 1919, showing displays of foods, clothing, and department bulletins.

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Image   PR-DT-17
Year1919
SubtopicDemonstration Trains
TextInterior of one of the demonstration cars in 1919.

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Image   PR-EM-15
Yearunknown
SubtopicExtension, Miscellaneous
TextExtension millinery class with Miss Hayden.

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Image   PR-EM-16
Yearunknown
SubtopicExtension, Miscellaneous
TextLocal leaders attending Extension demonstration meeting. Appear to be same group as shown in Items 14 and 15. County on map is Jefferson.

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Image   PR-EM-01
Year1913
SubtopicExtension, Miscellaneous
TextThe Extension Service News for June 1927 shows this photograph with the following caption: ''The first Extension car - as used in 1913. Home economics Extension trips started like this before the home bureaus were organized. Fashions fourteen years ago differed considerably from what they are today, but some of the faces are familiar. From left to right are: Claribel Nye, now associate state home demonstration leader; Martha Van Rensselaer, state home demonstration leader; Natalie Thompson, now assistant professor of domestic art at Pennsylvania State College; Ruth Graham, now Mrs. John Frederick Morris of Verdun, Quebec, Canada; Katherine Mills, now Mrs. Melancthon Hamilton of Oneonta, NY; Edna Alderman, now Mrs. W.F. Wolfe of Cedar Grove, WV; and Mr. Sanford, a student chauffeur, who won some note at the time by telling how he was able to live on 85 cents a week.''

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Image   PR-EM-08
Circa1914 - 1918
SubtopicExtension, Miscellaneous
TextTwo views of local Extension leaders drilling in physical exercise in middies and bloomers, outdoors. No date given, but appears to be about 1914-18.

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Image   PR-EM-09
Circa1914 - 1918
SubtopicExtension, Miscellaneous
TextTwo views of local Extension leaders drilling in physical exercise in middies and bloomers, outdoors. No date given, but appears to be about 1914-18.

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Image   PR-EM-02
Year1915
SubtopicExtension, Miscellaneous
TextQuartet in costume leading an old fashioned singing school. Photo used in Cornell Reading Course for the Farm Home, Vol. IV, No. 93, p.261, Fig. 59. Date is August 1915.

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Image   PR-EM-03
Year1915
SubtopicExtension, Miscellaneous
TextOld fashioned singing school at Paris Hill Fair, with Sara Huff in charge. No date given, but probably around 1915. Snapshot.

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Image   PR-EM-04
Year1915
SubtopicExtension, Miscellaneous
TextOld fashioned singing school at Paris Hill Fair. No date given, but probably around 1915.

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Image   PR-EM-05
Year1915
SubtopicExtension, Miscellaneous
TextSinging school conducted at Jacksonville as part of six-day Extension school in August, 1915. Photo used in Cornell Reading Course for the Farm Home, Vol. IV, No. 93, Fig. 62.

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Image   PR-EM-06
Year1915
SubtopicExtension, Miscellaneous
TextPicnic in Grange Hall, held as a climax to a six-day Extension school held in August 1915. Photo used in Cornell Reading Course for the Farm Home, Vol. IV, No. 93, Fig. 61.

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Image   PR-EM-07
Year1915
SubtopicExtension, Miscellaneous
TextSnapshot of Extension school held in the auditorium of a school at Cherry Valley in 1915. Photo used on cover of Cornell Reading Course for the Farm Home, Vol. IV, No. 93, Fig. 57.

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Image   PR-EM-10
Circa1915 - 1916
SubtopicExtension, Miscellaneous
TextGroup photo of ''county agents, Farm Bureau and others - 1915-16.'' In front row, Martha Van Rensselaer is at the far left and Flora Rose is in the dark suit with the white blouse.

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Image   PR-EM-11
Year1917
SubtopicExtension, Miscellaneous
TextCo-agent work in Sullivan County. Photo taken by Troy for Lucy Cooper in October 1917. The agent is talking to a group of women at a meeting being held in a local school.

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Image   PR-EM-12
Year1919
SubtopicExtension, Miscellaneous
TextExtension school at Cortland, conducted by a ''Mrs. Ranney'' in 1919.

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Image   PR-EM-13
Year1920
SubtopicExtension, Miscellaneous
TextGroup photo of Wayne County Advisory Council. No date given, but appears to be around 1920, when system of Extension agents was first organized.

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Image   PR-EM-14
Year1920
SubtopicExtension, Miscellaneous
TextLocal leaders arriving for Extension demonstration meeting. No date given, but probably around 1920.

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Image   PR-EM-17
Year1920
SubtopicExtension, Miscellaneous
TextConference of county agricultural Extension agent, home demonstration agent, and president of Farm Bureau. There is a map of Cayuga County on the wall. No date given, but appears to be around 1920.

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Image   PR-RC-02
Yearunknown
SubtopicFarmersí Wives Reading Course, Clubs
TextMounted photograph showing partial display of articles made by members of the Patchinsville Cornell Study Club, which consisted entirely of farm families and met at the local school house. On the back of the photograph, it is noted that the first part of each meeting was devoted to leaflets, and was followed by work in sewing and the following crafts: ''reed and raffia basketry, hammered brass, book markers, Tenneriffe lace, Battenburg lace, bead work with loom and without, bead work on canvass, water colors (cards), drawn work, hemstitching, patching, workboxes and cases, buttonhomes, silk roses, paper flowers, tatting, portiers, cross stitching, stenciling, hardanger, work bags and button bags, etc., iron holders, bean bags, rag dolls, quilt blocks, articles made from handkerchiefs.'' Each person was expected to complete one article at each meeting. Additional information is contained in a letter which accompanies the photo.

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Image   PR-RC-05
Yearunknown
SubtopicFarmersí Wives Reading Course, Clubs
TextWash Mitt, Equipment Pictorial, Kellogg.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicFarmersí Wives Reading Course, Clubs
TextJar Lid Lifter, Equipment Pictorial, Kellogg.

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Image   PR-RC-07
Yearunknown
SubtopicFarmersí Wives Reading Course, Clubs
TextEggbeater, Pictorial Equipment Article, Kellogg.

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Image   PR-RC-08
Yearunknown
SubtopicFarmersí Wives Reading Course, Clubs
TextServingspoon, Equipment Pictorial, Kellogg.

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Image   PR-RC-09
Yearunknown
SubtopicFarmersí Wives Reading Course, Clubs
TextCan Opener, Pictorial Equipment Article, Kellogg.

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Image   PR-RC-10
Yearunknown
SubtopicFarmersí Wives Reading Course, Clubs
TextEquipment - general.

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Image   PR-RC-11
Yearunknown
SubtopicFarmersí Wives Reading Course, Clubs
TextCanning: Knives and sharpener, spoons and lifters, Funnels and ladles - all invaluable in preserving and pickling.

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Image   PR-RC-12
Yearunknown
SubtopicFarmersí Wives Reading Course, Clubs
TextStrainers of all kinds from a wire basket for blanching to puree strainer for pulping.

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Image   PR-RC-13
Yearunknown
SubtopicFarmersí Wives Reading Course, Clubs
TextCamping: A hunting knife well-sheathed, the not-to-be-forgotten screw driver and pliers, a compass to guide you, with matches protected from the water and even the corkscrew.

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Image   PR-RC-14
Yearunknown
SubtopicFarmersí Wives Reading Course, Clubs
TextCamping dishes and utensils should be light, strong and effective.

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Image   PR-RC-15
Yearunknown
SubtopicFarmersí Wives Reading Course, Clubs
TextGlass ovenware.

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Image   PR-RC-18
Yearunknown
SubtopicFarmersí Wives Reading Course, Clubs
TextVacuum jar.

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Image   PR-RC-19
Yearunknown
SubtopicFarmersí Wives Reading Course, Clubs
TextCake and mold pans.

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Image   PR-RC-04
Year1913
SubtopicFarmersí Wives Reading Course, Clubs
Text'Gold Cups from Vaphio'' - Photo taken by Troy in 1913 for Miss Mansell for Reading Course H-51, ''A Story of Certain Table Furnishings,'' November 1913.

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Image   PR-RC-16
Year1913
SubtopicFarmersí Wives Reading Course, Clubs
TextTable knife and fork from the ''Connecticut State Service'' (1827- 37) - photo taken in 1913 by Troy for Miss Mansell for Reading Course Bulletin H-51, ''A Story of Certain Table Furnishings,'' p.59.

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Image   PR-RC-17
Year1913
SubtopicFarmersí Wives Reading Course, Clubs
TextTable knife and fork from the ''Connecticut State Service'' (1827- 37) - photo taken in 1913 by Troy for Miss Mansell for Reading Course Bulletin H-51, ''A Story of Certain Table Furnishings,'' p.59.

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Image   PR-RC-01
Year1915
SubtopicFarmersí Wives Reading Course, Clubs
TextGathering of unidentified Farmers' Wives Club, around 1915.

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Image   PR-RC-03
Year1919
SubtopicFarmersí Wives Reading Course, Clubs
TextCaption reads: ''Picnic of clubs near Ithaca, October 10, 1919. Cornell Study Clubs. Cayuga County Clubs meet at the College.'' Scene shows gathering on the deck of the home economics building (now Comstock Hall). Clubs included are East Genoa, Bolts Corners, Mecklenburg, Newfield, Inlet Valley, Brookton Ladies Aid, Slaterville Ladies Aid, Burdette, Ovid, Jordan, Minoa, and Baldwinsville.

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Image   PR-JE-34
Yearunknown
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Extension series showing how a child can help in the home. No date.

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Image   PR-JE-35
Yearunknown
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Extension series showing how a child can help in the home. No date.

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Image   PR-JE-36
Yearunknown
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Extension series showing how a child can help in the home. No date.

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Image   PR-JE-37
Yearunknown
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Extension series showing how a child can help in the home. No date.

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Image   PR-JE-38
Yearunknown
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Extension series showing how a child can help in the home. No date.

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Image   PR-JE-39
Yearunknown
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Extension series showing how a child can help in the home. No date.

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Image   PR-JE-40
Yearunknown
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Extension series showing how a child can help in the home. No date.

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Image   PR-JE-01
Year1912
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextMaking apple jelly in 1912. Photo taken for Rural School Leaflet, Vol. X, No. 1, p.324. Shows some of the activity that preceded actual, organized junior Extension work.

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Image   PR-JE-02
Circa1915 - 1916
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextSmall, faded snapshot of very first work in junior Extension in 1915-16. This group of high school girls met with Claribel Nye once every two weeks for lessons in food preparation, and did homework assignments based on the lessons.

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Image   PR-JE-03
Circa1915 - 1918
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Extension in foods: Two girls canning carrots. Date is around 1915-18.

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Image   PR-JE-04
Year1918
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Extension in foods. Photo taken by Troy for Miss McNeal in December 1918, and used as the cover illustration for Bulletin J- 7, ''First Lessons in Food Study.''

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Image   PR-JE-05
Year1918
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextSchool lunch cabinet, December 1918. Taken by Troy for Miss McNeal for Bulletin J-7, p.125.

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Image   PR-JE-09
Year1918
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextGeneral utility apron suitable for junior Extension project. Photo taken by Troy in December 1918 for Miss McNeal for Bulletin J-1, p.29.

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Image   PR-JE-06
Year1920
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextFour lively children eating at a table on the deck over the home economics cafeteria. Caption reads: ''Junior project workers learn the value of milk in the diet especially for children.'' Used in Bulletin J-7, p.78, Fig. 25. Date is May 1920.

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Image   PR-JE-07
Year1920
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Extension in foods: Posters used in junior Extension foods projects. Photos taken by Troy in 1920 for Miss McNeal for Bulletin J-7, p.l26.

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Image   PR-JE-08
Year1920
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Extension in foods: Posters used in junior Extension foods projects. Photos taken by Troy in 1920 for Miss McNeal for Bulletin J-7, p.l26.

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Image   PR-JE-10
Year1920
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextUniform for junior Extension in foods. Photo taken by Troy June 4, 1920, for Bertram for use in the Extension Service News in July 1920.

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Image   PR-JE-11
Year1920
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextLineup of girls wearing variety of garments made from the same pattern, in a junior Extension clothing project. Date is around 1920. Troy photo.

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Image   PR-JE-33
Circa1920 - 1929
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Extension foods project. Not dated, but uniforms and posters in background suggest 1920's.

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Image   PR-JE-12
Year1927
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Field Days, June 22-24, 1927. Demonstration of table service, with Grace Ware and Marjorie Grant, both members of the home economics graduating class of 1927, serving various meals.

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Image   PR-JE-13
Year1927
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Field Days, June 22-24, 1927. Demonstration of table service, with Grace Ware and Marjorie Grant, both members of the home economics graduating class of 1927, serving various meals.

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Image   PR-JE-14
Year1927
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Field Days, June 22-24, 1927. Demonstration of table service, with Grace Ware and Marjorie Grant, both members of the home economics graduating class of 1927, serving various meals.

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Image   PR-JE-15
Year1927
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Field Days, 1927: Otsego County 4-H Club girls give demonstration on use of milk in a meal. Girls are Helen Layman and Ethelyn Neely.

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Image   PR-JE-16
Year1927
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Field Days, 1927: Otsego County 4-H Club girls give demonstration on healthful Summer drinks. Gertrude Brisack and Marjorie Lewis are the girls.

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Image   PR-JE-17
Year1927
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Field Days, 1927: Otsego County 4-H Club girls give demonstration on ways of using vegetables. Girls are Rose Aguesti and Jessie Freeman.

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Image   PR-JE-18
Year1927
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Field Days, 1927: Otsego County 4-H Club girls in stunt, ''Teeth that a Club Girl Built.'' Girls include Ruth Swartz, Iris Champlin, Jessie Freeman, Natalie and Augusta Hinman, and Stella Root.

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Image   PR-JE-19
Year1927
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Field Days, 1927: Otsego County 4-H Club girls in stunt, ''Punch as the Cook.'' Punch is played by Dorothy Larsen, Market Woman by Marjorie Van Alstyne, and the customer by Frances Meeneghan.

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Image   PR-JE-20
Year1927
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Field Days, 1927: Exhibit of clothing for 4-H Club girls arranged by Beulah Blackmore.

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Image   PR-JE-21
Year1927
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextJunior Field Days, 1927: Exhibit of clothing for 4-H Club girls arranged by Beulah Blackmore.

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Image   PR-JE-22
Year1928
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextTwo views of Junior Field Days, 1928. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-23
Year1928
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextTwo views of Junior Field Days, 1928. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-24
Year1929
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextVarious events at Junior Field Days, 1929. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-25a
Year1929
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextVarious events at Junior Field Days, 1929. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-25b
Year1929
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextVarious events at Junior Field Days, 1929. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-26a
Year1929
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextVarious events at Junior Field Days, 1929. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-26b
Year1929
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextVarious events at Junior Field Days, 1929. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-27a
Year1929
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextVarious events at Junior Field Days, 1929. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-27b
Year1929
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextVarious events at Junior Field Days, 1929. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-28a
Year1929
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextVarious events at Junior Field Days, 1929. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-28b
Year1929
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextVarious events at Junior Field Days, 1929. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-29
Year1930
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextFour-H Club girls displaying work and taking part in activities at an unidentified event in 1930. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-30
Year1930
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextFour-H Club girls displaying work and taking part in activities at an unidentified event in 1930. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-31
Year1930
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextFour-H Club girls displaying work and taking part in activities at an unidentified event in 1930. Troy photos.

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Image   PR-JE-32
Year1938
SubtopicJunior Extension
TextHilda Babcock, a 4-H Club member and leader, is shown in her own home, canning. Taken for 4-H Club bulletin, ''What Foods to Eat and Why, 1938.

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Image   PR-F-10
Year1914
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextExhibit, ''Home Economics in the New York State College of Agriculture,'' at the State Fair at Syracuse, August 31-Sept. 6, 1914.

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Image   PR-F-11
Year1917
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextExhibit on home gardening at the 1917 state fair. Photo by Herbert F. Smith.

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Image   PR-F-17
Year1917
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextPhoto tentatively identified as the information desk (foods) at the 1917 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-27
Year1917
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextSyracuse, NY, 1917. Exhibit held in cooperation with N.Y.S.F.S.C.

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Image   PR-F-12
Year1918
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextExhibit of the New York State Food Supply Commission with the cooperation of Cornell University at the state fair in Syracuse, September 1918.

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Image   PR-F-13
Year1918
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextExhibit of the New York State Food Supply Commission with the cooperation of Cornell University at the state fair in Syracuse, September 1918.

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Image   PR-F-14
Year1918
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextExhibit of the New York State Food Supply Commission with the cooperation of Cornell University at the state fair in Syracuse, September 1918.

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Image   PR-F-01
Year1919
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextSnapshot of 1919 Essex County Fair.

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Image   PR-F-02
Year1919
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextDemonstration by M.T. Read sewing team at Brockport Fair, Monroe County, August 29, 1919. Photo taken by Rochester Camera Exchange.

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Image   PR-F-15
Year1919
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextExhibit prepared by the Cayuga County farmers and homemakers which won first prize at the 1919 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-16
Year1919
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextExhibit of clothing for school children prepared by the clothing department at Cornell under the direction of Julia Gleason. Date is 1919.

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Image   PR-F-03
Year1920
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextNursery at county fair. Location and date not given, but appears to be around 1920.

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Image   PR-F-04
Year1920
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextPrinted picture (coarse screen) of milk bar at Chenango County Fair in 1920.

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Image   PR-F-05
Year1924
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextHome Bureau exhibit at Chenango County Fair in 1924.

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Image   PR-F-06
Year1925
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextHome Bureau milk bar at Jefferson County Fair in 1925.

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Image   PR-F-18
Year1926
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextOnondaga County Home Bureau exhibit on child training which won first prize at the 1926 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-19
Year1926
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextHerkimer County Home Bureau exhibit on community life which won second prize at the 1926 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-20
Year1926
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextTompkins County Home Bureau exhibit on organization which won third prize at the 1926 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-21
Year1926
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextCayuga County Home Bureau exhibit on a convenient kitchen, which won fourth prize at the 1926 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-22
Year1926
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextMadison County Home Bureau exhibit on health, which won fifth prize at the 1926 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-23
Year1926
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextOswego County Home Bureau exhibit on kitchen equipment which won eigth place at the 1926 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-24
Year1926
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextOneida County Home Bureau exhibit on clothing which won ninth place at the 1926 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-25
Year1926
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextTioga County Home Bureau exhibit on nutrition at the 1926 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-26
Year1926
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextOtsego County Home Bureau exhibit on food preservation at the 1926 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-07
Year1927
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextAllegany County Home Bureau exhibit on ''A Convenient Kitchen'' at the Welleville Industrial and Commercial Exposition on October 6-7, 1927. There is a detailed description of this attached to the photo.

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Image   PR-F-28
Year1930
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextGenesee County Home Bureau exhibit on home crafts which won a first prize at the 1930 state fair. Photo by Doust.

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Image   PR-F-29
Year1930
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextYates County Home Bureau exhibit on care of clothing which won a third prize at the 1930 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-30
Year1931
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextSt. Lawrence County Home Bureau exhibit on dish washing which won a first prize at the 1931 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-08
Year1932
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextSnapshot of exhibit showing remodeling of chair at Cattaraugus County Fair at Little Valley the week of August 22, 1932.

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Image   PR-F-09
Year1932
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextRest tent conducted by the Cattaraugus County Home Bureau at the Cattaraugus County Fair at Little Valley the week of August 22, 1932.

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Image   PR-F-31
Year1932
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextWyoming County Home Bureau exhibit on reconditioning furniture which won a first prize at the 1932 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-32
Circa1932 - 1933
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextBroome County exhibit on protective foods at the 1932 or 33 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-33
Year1933
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextFranklin County exhibit on vegetable storage which won first place at the 1933 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-34
Year1933
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextOntario County Home Bureau exhibit of remodeled hats at the 1933 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-35
Year1933
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextCattaraugus County Home Bureau exhibit on saving food dollars at the 1933 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-36
Year1933
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextMonroe County exhibit on food shopping at the 1933 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-37
Year1933
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextBroome County Home Bureau exhibit on restyling clothes at the 1933 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-38
Year1933
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextDelaware County Home Bureau exhibit on refinishing furniture, which won a third prize at the 1933 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-39
Year1934
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextJefferson County Home Bureau exhibit on reconditioning the family wardrobe at the 1934 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-40
Year1934
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextChenango County Home Bureau exhibit on making slipcovers at the 1934 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-41
Year1934
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextLivingston County Home Bureau exhibit on hooked rugs at the 1934 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-42
Year1934
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextOntario County Home Bureau exhibit on reconditioning furniture at the 1934 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-43
Year1934
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextMadison County Home Bureau exhibit on homemade toys at the 1934 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-44
Year1934
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextOrleans County Home Bureau exhibit at the 1935 state fair. Subject was home care of clothing.

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Image   PR-F-45
Year1935
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextOntario County Home Bureau exhibit on community kitchens at the 1935 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-46
Year1935
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextDifferent view of Ontario County Home Bureau exhibit on community kitchens at the 1935 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-47
Year1935
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextOnondaga County Home Bureau exhibit showing use of textures in home decorating at the 1935 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-48
Year1935
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextErie County Home Bureau exhibit showing how to refinish furniture at the 1935 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-49
Year1935
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextCortland County Home Bureau exhibit showing use of decorative Christmas greens at the 1935 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-50
Year1935
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextOrleans County Home Bureau exhibit on home care of clothing at the 1935 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-51
Year1935
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextLivingston County Home Bureau exhibit on cotton dresses for all times of the day at the 1935 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-52
Year1936
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextTompkins County Home Bureau exhibit on books in the home at the 1936 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-53
Year1936
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextWyoming County Home Bureau exhibit showing attractive home marketing of maple products at the 1936 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-54
Year1936
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextGenesee County Home Bureau exhibit showing homemade kitchen conveniences at the 1936 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-55
Year1936
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextOrleans County Home Bureau exhibit of protective foods for health at the 1936 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-56
Year1937
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextDemonstration by 4-H Club girls at the 1937 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-57
Year1937
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextCortland County Home Bureau exhibit on recreation in the home at the 1937 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-58
Year1937
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextFranklin County Home Bureau exhibit on prevention and care of pneumonia at the 1937 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-59
Year1937
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextHerkimer County Home Bureau exhibit on home care of knitted garments at the 1937 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-60
Year1938
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextLivingston County Home Bureau exhibit on ''Feet - an Ache or an Asset'' at the 1938 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-61
Year1938
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextLivingston County Home Bureau exhibit on ''Feet - an Ache or an Asset'' at the 1938 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-62
Year1938
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextInformation booth for the New York State Federation of Home Bureaus at the 1938(?) state fair.

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Image   PR-F-63
Year1938
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextHerkimer County Home Bureau exhibit on bedding at the 1938 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-64
Year1938
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextWyoming County Home Bureau exhibit on bedside care of the pneumonia patient at the 1938 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-65
Year1938
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextSaratoga County Home Bureau exhibit on the care of children at meetings; 1938 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-66
Year1941
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextFour-H Club girls demonstrating canning processes at the 1941 state fair.

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Image   PR-F-67
Year1941
SubtopicLocal and County Fairs
TextUnidentified exhibit on making wills at the 1941 state fair.

   

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