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

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

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

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Circa1909 - 1911
TextFoods laboratory, Winter Course, 1909-11.

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

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Year1912
TextSmall snapshots of the Class of 1912 with Martha Van Rensselaer.

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Year1912
TextSmall snapshots of the Class of 1912 with Martha Van Rensselaer.

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

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Year1912
TextClass of 1912 outside Roberts Hall.

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

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Year1914
TextSnapshot of other members of the Class of 1914.

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

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

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

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Year1918
TextGroup photograph in Comstock Hall. Women identified on reverse. Circa 1918.

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

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Year1920
TextSenior night ceremony photographed for 1920 home economics catalog. Troy photo.

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

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Year1920
TextFrigga Fylga breakfast in 1920.

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

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

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Year1920
TextSenior night ceremony, around 1920.

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Year1925
TextGroup photograph. Women identified on reverse. Circa 1925.

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

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

   

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