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Browse: All-College Activities > Institutes and Conferences

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Year1944
TextFood Conservation Conference, April 1944: Miss Therese Wood, assistant Extension professor of food and nutrition, demonstrates salting and brining methods.

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Year1944
TextFood Conservation Conference, April 1944: Exhibit of packaging materials used to prepare foods for freezing. At left is Nancy Masterman; at right, Arlene Nuttall.

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Year1944
TextFood Conservation Conference, April 1944: Exhibit of canning methods for fruit. At left is Jeannette McCay, chairman of publications for the New York State Food Emergency Commission, and at right is Prof. Helen Monsch, head of the department of food and nutrition of the College.

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Year1944
TextFood Conservation Conference, April 1944: Exhibit of fruit spreads for bread Reva Lincoln, an assistant in the School of Nutrition, is the spectator.

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Year1944
TextFood Conservation Conference, April 1944: Caption reads: ''PROJECT FOR TEEN-AGERS -Carol Erdman, youthful visitor at the recent food conservation conference, found the sprouting soybeans (in inverted jars) most fascinating. The Conference, held April 6, 1944, at Cornell University, was sponsored by the New York State Emergency Food Commission and the New York State College of Home Economics.''

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Year1944
TextFood Conservation Conference, April 1944: Spectators in amphitheater of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall at conference.

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Year1944
TextSpeakers' Institute of Home and Farm Safety, July 19-20, 1944: Group photograph taken on front steps of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall. Identification is as follows: First row, from left: Prof. H.W. Riley, chairman, State Farm Safety Committee; Dean Sarah G. Blanding, New York State College of Home Economics; Francis J. Woodburn, instructor, farm and home safety, Red Cross; second row, from left: Mrs. H.G. Shepard, Jefferson County; Mrs. Ernestine Baker, Putnam County; Mrs. Bertha Kerney, RI; Mrs. Jean Switzer, Oswego County; Dr. Ruby Green Smith, Cornell University; Miss Katherine Olmstead, State Department of Health; Mrs. Anna G. Putnam, Wayne County; Mrs. Hohn Hall, Niagara County; third row: Mrs. Grace Kahn, Erie County; Mrs. Don Wickham, Schuyler County; Mrs. C.P. Smith, Franklin County; Mrs. Veda Warner, Ontario County; Miss Mabel A. Knapp, Orange County; Mrs. Carolyn Thomas, Rensselaer County; Mrs. Walter S. Pruvis, Oneida County; Mrs. Bernadette Ettinger, Suffolk County; fourth row: Mrs. Elston Holton, Monroe County; Mrs. Helen Keller, Genesee County; Mrs. Paul Hoff, Tompkins County; Mrs. W.F. Curry, Tompkins County; Mrs. Ruby Koenig, Erie County; Mrs. Clyde Depew, Allegany County; Mrs. L.O. Marble, Oneida County; Mrs. Carol B. Terry, Oneida County.

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Year1945
TextNew York State Nutrition Conference, July 10-11, 1945: Caption reads: ''Officers elected at the Annual Meeting of the New York State Nutrition Committee at the College of Home Economics at Cornell, July 10. Left to right: Vice Chairman, Miss Treva Kauffman, Acting Chief of the Bureau of Home Economics, New York State Department of Education; Chairman, Miss May C. McDonald, Senior Home Economist of the State Department of Social Welfare; Secretary, Mrs. Martha H. Eddy, Professor of Home Economics, New York State College of Home Economics and State Supervisor of the Women's Land Army.'' Photo Science Service negative number is 1035.

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Year1945
TextMissionary School, September 1945: Caption reads: ''Rev. Edward E. Dixon (right) member of the relief and rehabilitation short course for missionaries at Cornell University, points out one of his residences during 18 years in China to Rev. J.A. Hunter, (left) acting dean of the mission school who has served a total of 26 years in the Orient. Rev. Dixon was interned in the Weihsien Concentration Camp in North China, returning to the States with the second Gripsholm evacuation.'' Photo Science Service negative number is 1190- B.

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Year1945
TextMissionary School, September 1945: Caption reads: ''Dr. Ethel Waring, (right) professor in the College of Home Economics, presents principles of good family relationships to missionaries in the Cornell relief and rehabilitation short course, while Miss Irma Highbaugh (left) interprets the practical application of those principles in the Orient from her 27 years' experience in China.'' Photo Science Service negative number is 1190-A.

   

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