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Yearunknown
TextPerformance of Syracuse Home Bureau pageant on the history of farm life in the state. Undated.

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Yearunknown
TextPhotograph of the ''Home Bureau Creed'' written by Ruby Green Smith. No date given.

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Circa1915 - 1920
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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Year1916
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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Year1916
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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Year1918
TextMembers of the Home Bureau unit on the Onondaga Indian Reservation meet to can vegetables. Date is around 1918.

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Year1918
TextCanning demonstration before members of the Home Bureau unit on the Onondaga Indian Reservation, around 1918.

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Circa1918 - 1920
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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Circa1918 - 1920
TextUnidentified Home Bureau conducts cooking lesson for men who are to be scoutmasters. No date given. Probably around 1918-20.

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Year1919
TextScreened, printed picture of Mrs. W.G. McIntosh, of Churchville, who served Monroe County as Home Bureau Chairman during 1919.

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Year1920
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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Year1920
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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Year1920
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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Year1920
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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Year1920
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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Year1920
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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Year1920
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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Year1921
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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Year1922
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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Year1923
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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Year1923
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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Year1924
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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Year1924
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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Year1927
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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Year1927
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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Year1931
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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Year1944
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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Year1944
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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Year1944
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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Year1950
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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