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Yearunknown
SubtopicDedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968
TextExtension State Leaders: Lucinda Noble, appointed associate director June 1968; Orilla W. Butts, July 1953-July 1959; Vers A. Caulum, August 1959December 1967; Frances Scudder, June 1943-July 1953.

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Image   M-DNW-02
Yearunknown
SubtopicDedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968
TextFrederic Nicholson, Construction Coordinator, with Martha Van Rensselaer portrait.

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Image   M-DNW-03
Yearunknown
SubtopicDedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968
TextMiss Candyce Smith, Honorable Don J. Wickham, Flemmie J. Kittrell, Dean Helen G. Canoyer.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicDedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968
TextLeft to right: Rachil Merritt, Dean Canoyer, Don J. Wickham, Sarah Gibson Blanding, Mary Donlon, James A. Perkins.

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Image   M-DNW-05
Yearunknown
SubtopicDedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968
TextFormer Dean Sarah Gibson Blanding speaks extemporaneously to audience at unveiling.

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Image   M-DNW-06
Yearunknown
SubtopicDedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968
TextFaculty Lounge, North Wing, Martha Van Rensselaer Hall.

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Image   M-DNW-07
Yearunknown
SubtopicDedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968
TextMiss Esther Stocks (co-author of ''A Growing College: Home Economics at Cornell University'') looks at portrait of Flora Rose in its new location in Faculty Lounge of North Wing.

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Image   M-DNW-08
Yearunknown
SubtopicDedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968
TextLucy M. Maltby unveils portrait of Martha Van Rensselaer in its new location in North Wing.

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Image   M-DNW-09
Yearunknown
SubtopicDedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968
TextUnveiling of portrait of Martha Van Rensselaer; Miss Lucy M. Malthy, president of Alumnae Association, unveils portrait in its new location in Faculty Lounge, North Wing.

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Image   M-DNW-10
Yearunknown
SubtopicDedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968
TextLeft to right: Don J. Wickham, Lucy M. Maltby, Helen G. Canoyer, Constance C. Cook; portrait of Martha Van Rensselaer rehung in North Wing.

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Image   M-DNW-11
Yearunknown
SubtopicDedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968
TextDon J. Wickham entertains Dedication audience in typical Wickham style.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicDedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968
TextPresident James A. Perkins; served as chairman of the Dedication program.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicDedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968
TextFront row, left to right: Suzanne Matsen; Charlotte Baumgartner; Eugene Litwak; Betty Smith; Milton Harris; Dale Corson; June Martin; Ida Benderson; Therese Humphryville. Audience enjoys Wickham.

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Image   M-DNW-14
Yearunknown
SubtopicDedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968
TextDean Canoyer addresses audience at Dedication. Overflow crowd hears program in the Amphitheater.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicDedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968
TextAustin Kiplinger addresses Eighth Annual Institute in Alice Statler Auditorium.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicDedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968
TextLeft to right: Candyce Smith, Constance Cook, President Perkins (at podium), Dean Canoyer, Don Wickham and Mary Switzer.

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Image   M-DNW-17
Yearunknown
SubtopicDedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968
TextDean Canoyer presents ''Distinguished Alumni'' citations to: left to right - Helen Vandervort, Lucy Maltby, Helen LeBaron, Flemmie Kittrell. Provost Corson (seated) looks on.

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Image   M-DNW-18
Yearunknown
SubtopicDedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968
TextLucy Maltby, president of Alumni Association of'College of Home Economics, presides at the dinner. Guests at head table besides Miss Maltby - left to right: Sarah Gibson Blanding, Provost Dale Corson, Dean Canoyer, William Costello, Mrs. Corson.

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Image   M-DNW-19
Yearunknown
SubtopicDedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968
TextTable Guests: President James A. Perkins, at his left Dean Flemmie Kittrell, Home Economics Howard University; Dean William D. Carmichael, Graduate School of Business and Public Administration, Cornell; Mrs. Perkins; Professor Marjorie Washbon, Foods and Nutrition, Home Economics, Cornell; Professor Miss Margaret Hutchins; Ambassador Costello; Professor Jean Failing, coordinator of resident teaching, Home Economics, Cornell; Professor Mabel Rollins, head of household economics and management, Home Economics, Cornell.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicDedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968
TextWilliam (Bill) Costello, Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago, chats with Professor Jean Failing at luncheon in Statler, following dedication. Costello was key speaker for Institute at 8:15 p.m.

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Image   M-H-I-01
Year1921
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
Text"Hidden Home" Ithaca, NY, designed by Helen Binkerd Young, graduate of Cornell's architecture program in 1900 and faculty member in the NYS College of Home Economics, 1910-1921.

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Image   M-H-I-02
Year1921
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
Text"Hidden Home" Ithaca, NY, designed by Helen Binkerd Young, graduate of Cornell's architecture program in 1900 and faculty member in the NYS College of Home Economics, 1910-1921.

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Year1921
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
Text"Hidden Home" Ithaca, NY, designed by Helen Binkerd Young, graduate of Cornell's architecture program in 1900 and faculty member in the NYS College of Home Economics, 1910-1921.

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Year1921
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
Text"Hidden Home" Ithaca, NY, designed by Helen Binkerd Young, graduate of Cornell's architecture program in 1900 and faculty member in the NYS College of Home Economics, 1910-1921.

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Image   M-H-I-05
Year1921
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
Text"Hidden Home" Ithaca, NY, designed by Helen Binkerd Young, graduate of Cornell's architecture program in 1900 and faculty member in the NYS College of Home Economics, 1910-1921.

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Image   M-H-I-06
Year1921
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
Text"Hidden Home" Ithaca, NY, designed by Helen Binkerd Young, graduate of Cornell's architecture program in 1900 and faculty member in the NYS College of Home Economics, 1910-1921.

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Image   M-H-I-07
Year1921
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
Text"Hidden Home" Ithaca, NY, designed by Helen Binkerd Young, graduate of Cornell's architecture program in 1900 and faculty member in the NYS College of Home Economics, 1910-1921.

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Image   M-H-I-08
Year1921
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
Text"Hidden Home" Ithaca, NY, designed by Helen Binkerd Young, graduate of Cornell's architecture program in 1900 and faculty member in the NYS College of Home Economics, 1910-1921.

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Image   M-H-I-09
Year1921
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
Text"Hidden Home" Ithaca, NY, designed by Helen Binkerd Young, graduate of Cornell's architecture program in 1900 and faculty member in the NYS College of Home Economics, 1910-1921.

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Year1923
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextHome of Mrs. Lonnsberry of Brookton, June 1923. Furniture and furnishings rearranged with aid of Miss Warner.

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Year1923
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextLonnsbery (sic) House at Brookton, June 1923.

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Year1923
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextLonnsbery (sic) House at Brookton, June 1923.

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Year1923
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextLonnsbery (sic) House at Brookton, June 1923.

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Year1925
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextInterior of farm home at Jacksonville, NY, December 14, 1925.

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Year1925
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextInterior of farm home at Jacksonville, NY, December 14, 1925.

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Year1925
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextInterior of farm home at Jacksonville, NY, December 14, 1925.

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Year1925
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextInterior of farm home at Jacksonville, NY, December 14, 1925.

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Year1925
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextInterior of farm home at Jacksonville, NY, December 14, 1925.

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Year1925
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextInterior of farm home at Jacksonville, NY, December 14, 1925.

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Year1926
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextInterior of ''Ward House'' in Ithaca, 1926.

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Year1926
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextInterior of ''Ward House'' in Ithaca, 1926.

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Year1926
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextInterior of ''Ward House'' in Ithaca, 1926.

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Year1926
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextInterior of ''Ward House'' in Ithaca, 1926.

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Year1926
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextInterior of ''Ward House'' in Ithaca, 1926.

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Year1926
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextInterior of ''Ward House'' in Ithaca, 1926.

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Year1926
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextInterior of ''Ward House'' in Ithaca, 1926.

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Year1926
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextInterior of ''Ward House'' in Ithaca, 1926.

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Year1926
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextInterior of ''Ward House'' in Ithaca, 1926.

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Year1926
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextInterior of ''Ward House'' in Ithaca, 1926.

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Year1927
SubtopicHouse Interiors, 1921-1927
TextDining room fireplace in a farm home. Essex County, MA. Ipswich, MA. May 1927. Note: Home of Mrs. Brackett.

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Year1910
SubtopicMiscellaneous Dated Photographs
TextBread Making Prize Winners. Boys and Girls. circa 1910.

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Circa1910 - 1918
SubtopicMiscellaneous Dated Photographs
TextLocal children on hayrack ride, 1910-18.

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Circa1910 - 1918
SubtopicMiscellaneous Dated Photographs
TextLocal children on hayrack ride, 1910-18.

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Circa1915 - 1920
SubtopicMiscellaneous Dated Photographs
TextFloat in unidentified parade, around 1915-20.

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Year1918
SubtopicMiscellaneous Dated Photographs
TextWestchester County, circa 1918.

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Year1956
SubtopicMiscellaneous Dated Photographs
TextJackie Byrne, Block I, Fall Term 1956.

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Image   M-I-P-01
Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Identified Photographs with No Date
TextPublished in Human Ecology News, May 1979, p.7.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Identified Photographs with No Date
TextBernice. Published in Human Ecology News, May 1979, p.7.

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Image   M-I-P-03
Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Identified Photographs with No Date
TextLeft to Right: 1. Mrs. Dewey 2. Miss Maria Daniell 3. Mrs. Richards 4. Mrs. Norton 5. Miss Parloa

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Image   M-I-P-04
Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Identified Photographs with No Date
TextLeft to Right, Standing: 1. Anna Barrows, 2. Marie Elliott, 3. 4. Seated: 1. 2. 3. Mrs. Shailes? 4. Mrs. Lincoln? 5. 6. Mrs. Campbell 7. Mrs. Richards.

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Image   M-I-P-05
Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Identified Photographs with No Date
TextBack row: 1. Miss Thomas? 2. 3. 4. Edna Day 5. Amy Daniels 6. Front row: 1. 2.Mrs. Richards 3. 4. Mrs. Norton 5. 6. Mrs. Mead, Providence, RI (formerly Ada Wing).

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Image   M-I-P-06
Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Identified Photographs with No Date
TextVolunteer workers in U.S. Food Administration uniform, in model Community Cannery established in Asheville, North Carolina, in pavilion built over a fountain basin on lawn of the County Courthouse.

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Image   M-I-P-07
Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Identified Photographs with No Date
TextOut Doors School of Larchmont Public Health Association, Larchmont, NY.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Identified Photographs with No Date
TextCollege of Agriculture. Agronomy - Main - Dairy.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Identified Photographs with No Date
TextHousehold Art Extension Work. Car ready for the household art specialist to go out into the counties with her illustrative material.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Identified Photographs with No Date
TextA college car is ready for a field trip. Florence Wright, housing specialist, drives the car to Home Bureau meetings to teach the construction and reconditioning of furniture.

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Image   M-I-P-11
Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Identified Photographs with No Date
TextDemonstration on Model Kitchen Platform.

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Image   M-I-P-13
Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Identified Photographs with No Date
Text'Interested Spectators.'' Working among the bees, the older boy shows the effects of a beesting (beneath the eye) received while working among them a short time before.

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Image   M-I-P-14
Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Identified Photographs with No Date
TextHiving Bees. Shaking (from branch on which they clustered) in front of hive which they are to occupy. Note the bees in the air as shown against his clothes and the hive.

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Image   M-I-P-15
Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Identified Photographs with No Date
TextPressing Hay. Early FWRC illustration.

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Year1900
SubtopicMiscellaneous Identified Photographs with No Date
TextBees in winter quarters, packed in chaff hives. Bee-house at left. About 1900.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextBabies

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Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextBabies

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SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextBabies

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SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextBabies

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SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextBabies

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SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextBabies

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SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextBabies

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SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextGroups; outdoors

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SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextGroups; outdoors

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SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextGroups; outdoors

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SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextGroups; outdoors

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SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextGroups; outdoors

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SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextGroups; indoors

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SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextGroups; indoors

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SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextGroups; indoors

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Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextMiscellaneous

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Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextMiscellaneous

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SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextMiscellaneous

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SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextMiscellaneous

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SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextMiscellaneous

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SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextMiscellaneous

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Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextMiscellaneous

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Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextMiscellaneous

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Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextMiscellaneous

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Yearunknown
SubtopicMiscellaneous Unidentified and Undated Photographs
TextMiscellaneous

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Yearunknown
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
TextDistinguished Alumni - left to right: Helen Vandervort, Helen LeBaron, Flemmie Kittrell, Ellen-Ann Dunham, Virginia Cutler, Margaret Harrington, Lucy Maltby.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
TextPresident James Perkins and Dean Canoyer lead procession from Dedication program to Faculty Lounge for unveiling of portraits of Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose.

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Image   M-NWD-MVR-04
Yearunknown
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
TextLucinda Noble, Lois Stilwill.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
TextLeft to right: Mary Switzer, Austin Kiplinger, Candyce Smith, Dean Canoyer (waving her arm), Don J. Wickham, Flemmie Kittrell.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
TextHelen Vandervort and Candyce Smith.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
TextRight to left: Catherine Personius, Jean Bradt, Jean Perkins, and Ann Wintriss.

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Image   M-NWD-MVR-08
Yearunknown
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
TextProfessor Suzanne Matsen hostesses Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Butler. Butler is chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer of Grand Union Company.

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Image   M-NWD-MVR-09
Yearunknown
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
TextFront left to right: The Honorable Don J. Wickham; The Honorable Constance C. Cook; Miss Candyce Smith. Rear center: Austin H. Kiplinger, member of Board of Trustees.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
TextEsther Stocks.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
TextFront row, left to right: Virginia Cutler, Mary Ford, Sarah Blanding. Sitting in row behind: Gwen Bymers.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
TextVirginia True, professor emeritus, visits with former student of hers, Eleanor Slack Foster, '41.

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Image   M-NWD-MVR-15
Yearunknown
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
TextFrom left to right: Approaching Faculty Lounge in North Wing, Martha Van Rensselaer Hall: Frederic Nicholson, Construction Coordinator; Dean Helen G. Canoyer; President James A. Perkins.

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Image   M-NWD-MVR-16
Yearunknown
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
TextFlemmie Kittrell, Margaret Hutchins, and Helen Vandervort.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
Text'Buzz Groups?''

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Yearunknown
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
TextAustin Kiplinger and Sarah Blanding. In background: Helen Vandervort and Martha Mopes, liason between Alumni Association and Institute Committee; dinner chairman.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
TextTwo Deans: Dean Helen G. Canoyer (1953-1968) chats with Dean Sarah G. Blanding (Director 1941-42, Dean 1942-46).

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Yearunknown
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
TextLeading procession of guests from Student Commons in New Wing to a bus to go to VIP luncheon are, left to right: Ruth Irish, Sarah G. Blanding, Catherine Personius.

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Year1968
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
TextHelen Vandervort, chairman of fellowship and scholarship procurement committee, announces Helen G. Canoyer Scholarship at Alumni Dinner, May 13, 1968. Left to right: Dale Corson, Helen Vandervort, Helen G. Canoyer, William Costello.

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Year1968
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
TextAdvisory Council, May 15, 1968.

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Year1968
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
TextLeft to right: Professor Betty Donald, Foods and Nutrition; Professor Mary Morrison, Foods and Nutrition; Carol Jones, president of Omicron Nu; Judy Burdin, chair of Student-Faculty Committee. May 14, 1968.

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Year1968
SubtopicNorth Wing Dedication and Meetings, May 13-15, 1968
TextDr. Devereux, Jane Creel. May 15, 1968.

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Image   M-O-M-05
Yearunknown
SubtopicOpen-Air Markets
TextOlean, NY Producers' Market, three years old. Before the market opened, it was believed that there was not enough food produced in the neighborhood of the city to supply a market.

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Year1915
SubtopicOpen-Air Markets
Text'Apple day'' at the Ithaca City Market where in the fall of 1915, six hundred bushels were sold to consumers before sunrise.

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Year1915
SubtopicOpen-Air Markets
TextStudies in democracy at the city market in Ithaca, NY where shawl clad immigrants and society favorites find a way to increase the buying power of a dollar. (Probably Fall 1915)

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Year1915
SubtopicOpen-Air Markets
TextA Bee Line between Producer and Consumer for Fruits, Vegetables, Meats, Dairy and Poultry Products, Farmbaked and Farm-canned goods, wood, and Christmas trees! Ithaca, NY (Probably Fall 1915)

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Year1915
SubtopicOpen-Air Markets
TextWhere Producer Meets Consumer and the Producer gets a larger share of the Consumer's dollar and the Consumer more for that dollar. Ithaca, NY. (Probably Fall 1915)

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Year1917
SubtopicOpen-Air Markets
TextCurb market in Syracuse, NY. Before the market opened (in September 1917) producers were able to get only 50 a bushel for beans which cost the consumer 9 a pound.

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Year1917
SubtopicOpen-Air Markets
TextCurb market in Middletown, NY, established 1917.

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Year1917
SubtopicOpen-Air Markets
TextCurb market in Middletown, NY, established 1917.

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Image   M-P-C-25
Yearunknown
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextTwo proofs of Dean Canoyer handing out diplomas. No date.

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Year1946
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextSpeakers' table at farewell banquet for Dean Sarah Blanding of the College of Home Economics. Left to Right: George H. Sabine, Vice President of the University; Mrs. W.I. Myers; Miss Marion Pfund, Professor in Home Economics; Dr. E.E. Day, President of Cornell University; Sarah Gibson Blanding, Dean of the College of Home Economics; Mary F. Henry, Assistant Dean; Dorothy DeLany, Professor in Extension Service; Mrs. G.H. Sabine; Mrs. E.E. Day; and W.I. Myers, Dean of the College of Agriculture. (env. no. 1278). June 11, 1946.

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Year1947
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextState Department crew filming Reunion activities in Barton Hall for Home Economics movie. number 4849, July 1947.

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Year1947
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextState Department crew filming Reunion activities in Barton Hall for Home Economics movie. number 4849, July 1947. Number 4850.

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Year1947
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextState Department crew filming Reunion activities in Barton Hall for Home Economics movie. number 4849, July 1947. Number 4851.

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Year1947
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextState Department crew filming Reunion activities in Barton Hall for Home Economics movie. number 4849, July 1947. Number 4852

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Year1947
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextState Department crew filming Reunion activities in Barton Hall for Home Economics movie. number 4849, July 1947. Number 4853

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Year1947
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextState Department crew filming Reunion activities in Barton Hall for Home Economics movie. number 4849, July 1947. Number 4854

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Year1947
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextState Department crew filming Reunion activities in Barton Hall for Home Economics movie. number 4849, July 1947. Number 4855

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Year1947
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextState Department crew filming Reunion activities in Barton Hall for Home Economics movie. number 4849, July 1947. Number 4856

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Year1947
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextState Department crew filming Reunion activities in Barton Hall for Home Economics movie. number 4849, July 1947. Number 4857.

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Year1947
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextState Department crew filming food demonstration sequence in Home Economics amphitheater. no. 4890. July 1947.

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Year1956
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextDean Helen A. Canoyer, College of Home Economics. Summer 1956.

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Year1962
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextDean Canoyer at her desk. Taken for Home Economics brochure, March 1962.

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Year1962
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextDean Canoyer at her desk. Taken for Home Economics brochure, March 1962.

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Year1962
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextDean Canoyer at her desk. Taken for Home Economics brochure, March 1962.

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Year1962
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextDean Canoyer at her desk. Taken for Home Economics brochure, March 1962.

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Year1962
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextDean Canoyer at her desk. Taken for Home Economics brochure, March 1962.

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Year1963
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextTaken in Martha Van Rensselaer Hall for Dean Canoyer, Home Economics. Dean Canoyer at desk. May 1963.

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Year1963
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextTaken in Martha Van Rensselaer Hall for Dean Canoyer, Home Economics. Dean Canoyer at desk. May 1963.

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Year1963
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextTaken in Martha Van Rensselaer Hall for Dean Canoyer, Home Economics. Dean Canoyer at desk. May 1963.

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Year1963
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextTaken in Martha Van Rensselaer Hall for Dean Canoyer, Home Economics. Dean Canoyer at desk. May 1963.

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Year1963
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextTaken in Martha Van Rensselaer Hall for Dean Canoyer, Home Economics. Dean Canoyer at desk. May 1963.

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Year1964
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextTaken in Martha Van Rensselaer Hall for Emilie Hall, Education Office: Dean Helen Canoyer, Dean of College of Home Economics; July 1964.

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Year1964
SubtopicPhoto Proofs on Cards
TextTaken in Martha Van Rensselaer Hall for Emilie Hall, Education Office: Dean Helen Canoyer, Dean of College of Home Economics; July 1964.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextIllinois

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TextIllinois

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TextWomen's building, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL.

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TextTeachers' College, Columbia University, outfit for demonstration teaching.

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TextCentral kitchen at University of Wisconsin.

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TextWomen's residence and gym, Macdonald Hall, Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

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TextTokyo Domestic Science College.

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TextTokyo Domestic Science College.

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TextTokyo Domestic Science College.

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TextTokyo Domestic Science College.

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TextTokyo Domestic Science College.

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TextTokyo Domestic Science College.

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TextTokyo Domestic Science College.

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TextTokyo Domestic Science College.

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TextTokyo Domestic Science College.

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TextTokyo Domestic Science College.

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TextTokyo Domestic Science College.

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Yearunknown
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TextTokyo Domestic Science College.

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Year1908
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextMillinery class for senior normal students, Division B, at Mechanics Institute in Rochester, NY, 1908.

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Year1909
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextAdvanced cookery class for senior normal students in the Department of Domestic Science at the Mechanics Institute at Rochester, NY, Class of 1909.

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Year1909
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextFood analysis class at Mechanics Institute, Rochester, NY. Class of 1909.

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Year1909
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextSenior normal students at Mechanics Institute in Rochester, NY, serving formal meal in model dining room, Class of 1909.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextDomestic science building, Logan, Utah, 1910-20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextHome economics laboratory, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, around 1910- 20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextDomestic science kitchen, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, around 1910-20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextEquipment house of the Department of Domestic Science, University of Illinois, around 1910-20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextFoods and Cookery laboratory, School of Household Art, Teachers' College, Columbia University, around 1910-20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextSimmons College, Boston (probably home economics building) around 1910-20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextCooking laboratory at Simmons College, Boston, MA, around 1910-20.

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Year1910
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextDomestic science laboratory said to have been used by both Virginia Hall, Greenville, TN, and Tusculum College, Tusculum, TN, around 1910.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextHome economics building, Nebraska Agricultural College, around 1910-20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextWomen's building at Kansas Agricultural College, around 1910-20.

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Circa1910 - 1918
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextExhibit of costumes at Kansas Agricultural College, around 1910-18.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextBuilding which housed department of household (or home) science at the University of Ohio - date not given, but probably around 1910-20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextClass in sewing. Hayes Hall, University of Ohio, around 1910-20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextHome economics building, University of Toronto, Canada, around 1910-20.

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Year1910
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextFoods laboratory at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, probably around 1910.

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Circa1910 - 1915
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextDomestic science class at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, around 1910-15.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextClass in physiology, Pratt Institute, around 1910-20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextBuilding which contains home economics laboratories at Macdonald Institute, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, around 1910-20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextNorthfield Seminary, Northfield, MA, around 1910-20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextDietetics laboratory at Margaret M. Carnegie School, Pittsburgh, PA, around 1910-20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextMargaret M. Carnegie School, Pittsburgh, PA, around 1910-20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextLaundry laboratory, Margaret M. Carnegie School, Pittsburgh, PA, around 1910- 20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextClass in accounting at Mary (sic) Morrison Carnegie School, Pittsburgh, PA. No date given, probably 1910-20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextCooking laboratory at Margaret Morrison Carnegie, Pittsburgh, PA. 1910-20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextHousehold chemistry laboratory, Margaret Morrison Carnegie School, Pittsburgh, PA, around 1910-20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextFoods laboratory, University of Chicago, 1910-20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
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TextSchool kitchen in Yonkers, NY, around 1910-20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextDomestic science room at James E. Yeaton High School, St. Louis, MO, about 1910-20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextDomestic science laboratory in a public school in New York City around 1910- 20.

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Circa1910 - 1920
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextDomestic science laboratory in Hartford Public High School, Hartford, CT. No date given, but probably around 1910-20.

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Year1910
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextEntries in bread contest (Farmers' School and Housekeepers' Conference, 1910. Box Elder High School, Brigham City, UT).

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Year1915
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextDomestic science laboratory at the University of Wisconsin, with visitors; probably around 1915.

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Year1918
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextA Community Dryer at the Normal and Industrial College, Greensboro, NC, about 1918.

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Year1918
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextA Community Dryer at the Normal and Industrial College, Greensboro, NC, about 1918.

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Year1918
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextA Community Dryer at the Normal and Industrial College, Greensboro, NC, about 1918.

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Year1918
SubtopicPhotographs of Other Schools with Home Economics
TextA Community Dryer at the Normal and Industrial College, Greensboro, NC, about 1918.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicUnidentified Photographs, May 13-15, 1968
TextUnidentified photographs

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Yearunknown
SubtopicUnidentified Photographs, May 13-15, 1968
TextUnidentified photographs

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SubtopicUnidentified Photographs, May 13-15, 1968
TextUnidentified photographs

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SubtopicUnidentified Photographs, May 13-15, 1968
TextUnidentified photographs

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SubtopicUnidentified Photographs, May 13-15, 1968
TextUnidentified photographs

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Yearunknown
SubtopicUnidentified Photographs, May 13-15, 1968
TextUnidentified photographs

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SubtopicUnidentified Photographs, May 13-15, 1968
TextUnidentified photographs

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SubtopicUnidentified Photographs, May 13-15, 1968
TextUnidentified photographs

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SubtopicUnidentified Photographs, May 13-15, 1968
TextUnidentified photographs

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Yearunknown
SubtopicUnidentified Photographs, May 13-15, 1968
TextUnidentified photographs

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Yearunknown
SubtopicUnidentified Photographs, May 13-15, 1968
TextUnidentified photographs

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Yearunknown
SubtopicUnidentified Photographs, May 13-15, 1968
TextUnidentified photographs

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Yearunknown
SubtopicUnidentified Photographs, May 13-15, 1968
TextUnidentified photographs

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Yearunknown
SubtopicWorld War I Desolation in Europe, 1918
TextEntire orchards were chopped down when the German armies were driven from occupied portions of Northern France last year. This picture is one of a set of official photographs made for the French government, showing the thoroughness with which this destruction was carried out by the Germans. In many instances the Germans found themselves short of time, and instead of cutting the trees down, merely hacked, or girdled the trunk so that the tree, if left alone, would bleed to death. The French, fully aware of the food value of their highly prized orchards, soon found a method of circumventing the Hun, and saved many girdled trees by having squadrons of soldiers equipped with first aid materials, such as tar or cement, accompany the advancing French soldiers for the purpose of saving as many orchards as possible by binding the trees and staunching the flow of sap through the injured trunks.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicWorld War I Desolation in Europe, 1918
TextGermans destroy French sugar mills. Sugar production in France has fallen to less than 25% of the pre-war output. This picture of a wrecked sugar mill shows one of the principal reasons for the decline. When German troops retreated from occupied portions of France they took pains to destroy virtually all of the sugar mills that would otherwise have assisted the French in maintaining their sugar stocks. That first wave of Teuton invasion was stopped in France after the Germans had established a battle line that cut off 203 of the 213 French sugar mills, as well as much land that had produced sugar beets. In some of the German retreats the mills were left in such shape as to permit their operation. The official sugar production figures indicate the extent of the destruction; and emphasize the French sugar needs which must be filled by American aid. The year of 1912-13, 213 French mills turned out 967,440 short tons of sugar. For 1916-17, 65 mills produced only 204,405 short tons. To further complicate the French sugar situation the yield per acre of sugar beets decreased from 13.30 short tons per acre in 1912-13 to 11.70 short tons per acre in 1916-17. Supplying France from American stocks saved the situation, the U.S. Food Administration has announced.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicWorld War I Desolation in Europe, 1918
TextDemonstration of how the women of England are solving the labor problem. Women loading loose straw.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicWorld War I Desolation in Europe, 1918
TextUnidentified women with straw and wagon.

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Yearunknown
SubtopicWorld War I Desolation in Europe, 1918
TextUnidentified woman sitting on rubble.

   

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