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Image   AC-FH-138
Yearunknown
TextPeggy Flynn of White Plains, NY, views a record cabinet she made in the course described under Item 137.

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Year1919
TextExhibit of foreign costumes held during Farmers Week in 1919. Hilda Moline wears a Norwegian costume.

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Year1919
TextExhibit of foreign costumes held during Farmers Week in 1919. Vilma Virgirt wears a Hungarian costume.

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Year1919
Text Exhibit of foreign costumes held during Farmers Week in 1919. Florence Beck wears a Mexican costume.

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Year1919
TextExhibit of foreign costumes held during Farmers Week in 1919. Jane Johnson, a winter course student, wears a Scottish costume.

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Year1919
TextPoultry and Egg Dining Service held during the 1919 Farmers Week by the poultry department, with the department of home economics cooperating.

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Year1919
TextPoultry and Egg Dining Service held during the 1919 Farmers Week by the poultry department, with the department of home economics cooperating.

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Year1919
TextPoultry and Egg Dining Service held during the 1919 Farmers Week by the poultry department, with the department of home economics cooperating.

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Year1919
TextPoultry and Egg Dining Service held during the 1919 Farmers Week by the poultry department, with the department of home economics cooperating.

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Year1919
TextPoultry and Egg Dining Service held during the 1919 Farmers Week by the poultry department, with the department of home economics cooperating.

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Year1919
TextPoultry and Egg Dining Service held during the 1919 Farmers Week by the poultry department, with the department of home economics cooperating.

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Year1921
TextDemonstration of housekeeping equipment by Ruth Kellogg at Farmers Week in February 1921.

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Year1921
TextDemonstration of home conveniences by Ruth Kellogg during Farmers Week, probably around 1921.

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Year1928
TextExhibit of hot lunch equipment for rural schools shown during Farm and Home Week in 1928.

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Year1928
TextTwo related exhibits showing attractive ways to arrange a roadside market for home food products and produce. Farm and Home Week, 1928. Troy photo.

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Year1928
TextTwo related exhibits showing attractive ways to arrange a roadside market for home food products and produce. Farm and Home Week, 1928. Troy photo.

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Year1930
TextFarm and Home Week, 1930. Four-H Club exhibit prepared under the guidance of Mrs. Roman and showing a model boy's room.

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Year1930
TextFarm and Home Week, 1930. Companion photo to Item 15, showing model girl's room.

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Year1931
TextShowing of historic costumes at Farm and Home Week in 1931. Miss Elberta Frees, a junior in the College of Home Economics, wears a costume belonging to a ''Mrs. McIntyre of Freeville.''

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Year1931
TextShowing of historic costumes at Farm and Home Week in 1931, with Miss Frees wearing a costume.

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Year1932
TextLuncheon held during the 1932 Farm and Home Week. From left are ''Mr. Morgenthau, Mrs. R.H. Treman, Governor Lehman and President Farrand.''

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Year1932
TextExhibit of needlework at the 1932 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1932
TextProf. Martha Henning Eddy, center, shows visitors one of the exhibits at the 1932 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1932
TextMrs. Cornelius Betten, an instructor in textiles and clothing, is shown giving a demonstration during the 1932 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1933
TextEditors' conference held during the 1933 Farm and Home Week. Prof. Bristow Adams is speaking.

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Year1933
TextExhibit of handmade items at Farm and Home Week in 1933. Photo taken by Troy for Mrs. Scott.

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Year1933
TextExhibit of remodeled clothing prepared by the Home Bureau for Farm and Home Week in 1933.

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Year1934
TextExhibit on the reconditioning of chairs at the 1934 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1934
TextA spectator at the 1934 Farm and Home Week views an exhibit showing can sizes and their relationship to cost in foods.

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Year1934
TextProfessor Lillian Shaben gives a food demonstration during the 1934 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1936
TextDuring the 1936 Farm and Home Week, the above group met in Apartment A for an after-breakfast discussion of the contemporary economic situation. From left are: Mrs. Dorothy Delaney; Mrs. Theodore N. Utz, third vice president of the New York State Federation of Women's Clubs; Mrs. Charles G. Moore, president of the Federation; Mrs. Douglas Moffatt, president of the New York League of Women Voters; Professor G.F. Warren; Professor F.A. Pearson; Professor W.I. Myers.

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Year1936
TextDuring Farm and Home Week (about 1936) this exhibit was set up to show how two old chairs renewed with slip covers and a discarded table which has been refinished can be arranged into an attractive and low-cost interior setting.

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Year1936
TextTioga County Home Bureau exhibit, ''Health of the Pre-School Child,'' at Farm and Home Week in 1936.

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Year1936
TextMrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt (speaking) took part in the Conference of Editors and Readers during the 1936 Farm and Home Week. Prof. Bristow Adams is at the far right.

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Year1936
TextBanquet held in Willard Straight Hall during the 1936 Farm and Home Week for recipients of Master Farmer and 4-H awards presented by the Honorable Herbert H. Lehman (front row, center), governor of New York State.

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Year1937
TextExhibits which formed part of the home lighting clinic held during the 1937 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1937
TextExhibits which formed part of the home lighting clinic held during the 1937 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1937
TextExhibits which formed part of the home lighting clinic held during the 1937 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1937
TextExhibits which formed part of the home lighting clinic held during the 1937 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1937
TextExhibits which formed part of the home lighting clinic held during the 1937 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1937
TextExhibits which formed part of the home lighting clinic held during the 1937 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1937
TextExhibits which formed part of the home lighting clinic held during the 1937 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1937
TextExhibits which formed part of the home lighting clinic held during the 1937 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1937
TextExhibits which formed part of the home lighting clinic held during the 1937 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1937
TextProfessor G.F. Warren lecturing during Farm and Home Week, about 1937.

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Year1937
TextStudents model cotton clothes for Spring and Summer during a fashion show in Bailey Hall at the 1937 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1937
TextStudents model cotton clothes for Spring and Summer during a fashion show in Bailey Hall at the 1937 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1937
TextStudents model cotton clothes for Spring and Summer during a fashion show in Bailey Hall at the 1937 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1937
TextExhibit presented by the Dairymen's League at the 1937 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1937
TextExhibit presented by the Dairymen's League at the 1937 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1937
TextExhibit illustrating the use of well and poorly chosen bedding at the 1937 Farm and Home Week. The exhibit was titled, ''Invest in Rest.''

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Year1937
TextSection of the ''Invest in Rest'' exhibit at the 1937 Farm and Home Week was this one, illustrating the characteristics of a good pillow.

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Year1937
TextSection of the ''Invest in Rest'' exhibit at the 1937 Farm and Home Week was this one, which showed the characteristics which determine the warmth of a blanket.

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Year1937
TextSection of exhibit, ''Invest in Rest,'' at the 1937 Farm and Home Week. It showed the charac teristics of good sheeting.

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Year1937
TextDemonstration of dining in Danish style by Mrs. Martha Smith Fry of the Dairymen's League Cooperative Association at the 1937 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1938
TextVarious views of the ''book fair'' held at the 1938 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1938
TextVarious views of the ''book fair'' held at the 1938 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1938
TextVarious views of the ''book fair'' held at the 1938 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1938
TextExhibit held during Farm and Home Week in 1938 of items from the College's historic costume collection.

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Year1938
TextExhibit of garments given to the College's historic costume collection by the Langdon family of Elmira. This exhibit was shown at the 1938 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1938
TextExhibit of garments given to the College's historic costume collection by the Langdon family of Elmira. This exhibit was shown at the 1938 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1938
TextExhibit of gift wrappings at Farm and Home Week in 1938.

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Year1938
TextExhibit of honey and products which contain honey at the 1938 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1938
TextExhibit of homemade food product at the 1938 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1938
TextExhibit showing well planned kitchen. Farm and Home Week, 1938.

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Year1938
TextExhibit showing family room with recreational facilities for adults and children. Farm and Home Week, 1938.

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Year1938
TextSnapshot of exhibit of synthetic fabrics at 1938 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1938
TextDemonstration on testing and caring for synthetic fabrics at the 1938 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1938
TextWomen in Danish costume at 1938 Farm and Home Week. From left are: Ruth Rich, Lucille Sipson, Mrs. Martha Smith Fry, and Delia Alden.

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Year1938
TextNational and international relations exhibit at the 1938 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1938
TextMiss (Flora) Rose and Mrs. Roosevelt at Cornell University. Farm and Home Week, 1938.

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Year1939
TextShowing of costumes from many lands at the 1939 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1940
TextExhibit showing sick room for 10-year-old at the 1940 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1940
TextShowing of historic and contemporary fashions at the 1940 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1940
TextShowing of historic and contemporary fashions at the 1940 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1942
TextDoris Wyman, 4-H Club demonstrator, showing use of flannel chart at the 1942 Farm and Home Week.

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Circa1946 - 1948
TextExtension teaching and information department exhibit at Farm and Home Week. The date on this, according to Prof. Elmer Philips, is about 1946-48.

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Circa1947 - 1949
TextFarm and Home Week, around 1947-49. Caption reads: ''Two Cornell students from Buffalo watch a weaving demonstration at Farm and Home Week. Virginia Steele, home economics student in housing and design, from Washington, D.C., operates the loom (foreground). Behind her, left to right, are Doris Van Eps and Elaine Beagle, taking time between classes to attend the exhibits and lectures.

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Year1947
TextCostume exhibit; 1947 or slightly earlier.

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Year1947
TextCostume exhibit; 1947 or slightly earlier.

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Year1948
TextWomen's editors who attended the 1948 Farm and Home Week. From left are Rosalie Righend of the Farm Journal; Blanche Stover, Parents Magazine; Mrs. Huckett, American Agriculturist; Esthel Foley, McFadden Publications; and an unidentified person.

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Year1949
TextPari Kiachif of Teheran, Iran in her native Persian costume - 1949.

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Year1949
TextExtension teaching and information department exhibit at the 1949 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1949
TextCostume exhibit; 1949 or slightly earlier.

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Year1950
TextHome economists from other lands who attended the 1950 Farm and Home Week included those who are shown here receiving their visitors' buttons from Miss Janet Spurck, of Schenectady. From left are: Miss Beatriz Manaquis, Manilla, P.I., a Fulbright scholar; Miss Ingeborg Eidsaether, Oslo, Norway, who attended Columbia University on a Home Economics Association scholarship; Dean Yasu Hatakoshi, Nara, Japan, who was touring this country for three months, visiting home economics colleges under the sponsorship of the U.S. government; Mrs. Margit Hayek, a native Austrian living in London, England, and visiting the U.S. to observe adult education in home economics; Mlle. Lucienne Joy, a Belgian who represented the Food and Agricultural Organization at the UNESCO conference of directors of children's communities in Charteroi in October 1949; and Miss Spurck.

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Year1950
TextA panel discussion of teen-age problems was one of the features of the 1950 Farm and Home Week program for homemakers. Taking part were, from left, clockwise, above: Neil Seely of Spencer; Keith Williams of Newfield; Donna Toyryla of Spencer; Faye Ennis of Spencer; Harvey Williams of Newfield; Miss Irene Patterson, assistant professor of home economics education, the discussion leader; Craig Donnan of Newfield, and Mrs. Donnan; Mrs. John Trudeau of Dryden; Mrs. Richard Roess of Spencer; Mrs. Joseph Wild of Spencer. In the back is Douglas Donnan of Newfield.

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Year1950
TextTwo Rensselaer County visitors at the 1950 Farm and Home Week watch their blood samples go through the Hewson Clinitron, a recently developed machine for testing blood for sugar content. From the left are Dr. Louise Daniel, assistant professor of biochemistry and nutrition at Cornell; Mrs. J.B. Britton and Mrs. Kenneth Goewey, both of West Sand Lake, Rensselaer County.

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Year1950
TextIroners of various types being demonstrated at the 1950 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1950
TextPortrait of Mrs. Eleanor W. Howard, vice president and promotion director of Miron Mills, Inc., of New York, who was a member of the Women's Advisory Committee of the Wool Bureau, and was a guest speaker at the 1950 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1950
TextMrs. Mary K. Heiner, work simplification specialist, is shown giving a lecture-demonstration on easier ways to make sandwiches before a 1950 Farm and Home Week audience in the College of Home Economics amphitheater.

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Year1950
TextTwo Cornell students view an exhibit which was part of the homemakers' program at the 1950 Farm and Home Week. Miss Priscilla Cornwall, left, of Hingham, MA, and Miss Grace Hubbell, of Fishes Eddy, NY, study the ''Small Room Exhibit.'' The furniture arrangement shows ''conversation grouping'' for one end of a small living room.

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Year1950
TextExhibit showing door storage of cleaning supplies at the 1950 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1951
TextExhibit showing 4-H girl's room at the 1951 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1951
TextExhibit showing work of Extension Teaching and Information Department at 1951 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1951
TextMrs. Gladys Butt, of the department of textiles and clothing, demonstrates the care of a little girl's hair at the 1951 Farm and Home Week. The child is the daughter of Prof. Mary Ryan, of that department.

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Year1951
TextMrs. Hyman Karsch, left, and Mrs. Martin Wells, both of Ithaca, examine a scale model of a 4-H Club camp building, part of an exhibit presented at the 1951 Farm and Home Week by the department of housing and design.

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Image   AC-FH-89
Year1951
TextAn old trunk converted into a sewing center was among exhibits in the College of Home Economics during the 1951 Farm and Home Week. Viewing the exhibit, from left, are Mrs. Mack P. Storm of Baldwinsville and her daughters, Miss Phyllis Armstrong, home demonstration agent from St. Lawrence County, and Mrs. E.L. Groves of Salvador, Brazil.

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Year1951
TextA feature of the homemakers' program for the 1951 Farm and Home Week was the two new housing research laboratories in small buildings at the rear of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall. Mrs. Mary Robinson, research associate, is shown displaying the baking center for a farm kitchen which is being tested in one of the laboratories.

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Year1952
TextViewing a clothing exhibit at the 1952 Farm and Home Week are, from left, Mrs. Milford Zokfi, Cazenovia, NY; Mrs. Harry C. Webb, New Woodstock, NY; and Mrs. Margaret May, Cazenovia.

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Year1952
TextForeign graduate students at the College of Home Economics who took part in discussions of family life in other lands during the 1952 Farm and Home Week were, from left: Miss Muna Khoury of Lebanon; Mrs. Leonarda Jurado of the Philippines; Miss Iris Brunet of Puerto Rico; Miss Zahida Quraishi of Pakistan; Miss Mercedes Melchor of the Philippines. Miss Melchor, Mrs. Jurado and Miss Quraishi wore their native gowns for their talks.

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Year1952
TextVisitors to the 1952 Farm and Home Week examine the exhibit, ''The House - a Family Affair,'' which incorporated suggestions on how to choose and furnish a house. The women are, from left: Mrs. Milford Zokfi, Cazenovia, NY; Mrs. Harry C. Webb, New Woodstock, NY; and Mrs. Margaret May, Cazenovia, NY.

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Year1952
TextFarm and Home Week (1952) visitors study a versatile child's toy made by Mrs. Marie Reed, instructor in children's toys at the College of Home Economics, from an illustration in a German newspaper. By removing or adding wheels, the horse's head, ladder or handle, the toy becomes a sturdy stool, rocking chair, rocking horse, fire engine, wheel barrow, wagon, or storage place for other toys. Visitors, from left, are: Miss Betty Brown and Miss Rosemary Eiholzer of King Ferry, and Robert B. Child of Ithaca.

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Year1952
TextExamining a nutrition exhibit at the 1952 Farm and Home Week are, from left: Helen Pound, Jackie Burdell, students at the BrownvilleGlenn Park Central School, and their teacher, Mrs. Ida Parker.

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Year1952
TextA scale model of a farm house for the northeast section of the United States was shown at the College of Home Economics during the 1952 Farm and Home Week. On the wall at the rear is an architect's drawing of the house. Visitors examining the house are, from left: Mrs. Carroll Simpson, Mrs. Forrest Arnold and Mrs. Paul Modern, all of the Junior Afternoon Home Bureau Unit of Rochester; Miss Jane Merry of Morrisville, Mrs. Frank Schneck of Rochester, also a member of the Junior Afternoon Unit; Miss Gayle Pratt of Morrisville, and William Dommett of Cazenovia.

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Year1953
TextA 1953 Farm and Home Week exhibit on steam irons and types of water suitable for use in them is visited by Dean Olga Brucher of the College of Home Economics at Rhode Island State College, second from right. From left are Miss Shirley Bastede of Perrysburg, student demonstrator; Mrs. Richard Krieger, wife of a Cornell student; Dean Brucher; and Mrs. Myron Putnam of Ridgewood, NY.

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Year1953
TextA desk made at a cost of $10 by Arlene Traub, Cornell student in the College of Home Economics, is admired by Ruth States, a homemaking student at the North Rose Central School. The desk was part of a 1953 Farm and Home Week exhibit of student-made furniture.

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Year1953
TextMrs. Sheldon Stewart, Mrs. Elroy Hannahs and Mrs. Ralph Northrup of the Addison Home Bureau visited a 1953 Farm and Home Week exhibit on the use of foam rubber in reupholstering furniture. Miss Gena Thames, Cornell specialist, demonstrates the technique of reupholstering a chair.

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Year1953
TextMiss Gena Thames, right, demonstrates the use of foam rubber in rejuvenating furniture at the 1953 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1953
TextMrs. Zenja R. Glass, right, TV home economist for the Dudley- Anderson-Yutzy advertising agency and a 1953 graduate of the College of Home Economics, took part in the 1958 Farm and Home Week. The other person is not identified.

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Year1953
TextSpeakers in the Elsie Van Buren Rice Public Speaking Stage for 1953 were, from left, standing: Jane Hughes, class of 1953; Enid Spangenberger, 1953; and Hazel Bowdren, 1955; seated: Kathleen Kendrick, 1953; Doris Smith, 1955; and Elizabeth Rothermel, 1956. They spoke during the 1953 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1953
TextA 1953 Farm and Home Week exhibit on new Spring fabrics is studied by, from left: Mrs. Merle Bushman, Mrs. Hubert Drechsler, Mrs. Urban Downe, of Honeoye Falls, and Mrs. Albert Clarke of Lima.

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Year1953
TextTaffy pulling absorbs Alma Ann Clinkenbeard, left, of Oklahoma City, OK, a senior in the College of Home Economics, and Virginia Winger, Chattanooga, TN, a graduate student, during their 1953 Farm and Home Week demonstration of candy-making.

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Year1956
TextPart of a demonstration, ''When You Buy Ready To-Wear Clothing,'' by the textiles and clothing department at the 1956 Farm and Home Week. From left are: Mrs. Florence Boak, assistant professor (?) in the department; two unidentified students; Miss Frances Young, Extension clothing specialist; and Delma Spellman, a student.

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Year1956
TextBarbara Foster, left, of Bath, NY, and Nancy Reading of West Falls, NY, visit the ''old country store'' at the 1956 Farm and Home Week. This was exhibited along with a modern supermarket to show a half-century of progress in food production and distribution.

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Year1956
TextExhibit, ''What the Homemaker Knows about Nutrition,'' at the 1956 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1956
TextMrs. John P. Gilvey, 134 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, and her daughter, Mary Ann, look at a model of a controlled atmosphere storage unit for apples at the 1956 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1956
TextRepresentatives of statewide women's organizations gathered at the College of Home Economics during the 1956 Farm and Home Week for a consumer education workshop. Seated' from left, are: Dean Helen G. Canoyer of the College of Home Economics; Dr. Persia Campbell, consumer counsel to New York Governor Harriman; Mrs. Dale Pritchard of Ithaca, who represented the Women's Auxiliary to the Medical Society of New York State; and, standing, Mrs. Samuel Leonard of Ithaca, who represented the New York State Daughters of the American Revolution.

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Year1957
TextExhibit describing the various facets of the State University of New York at the 1957 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1957
TextTwo Rochester sophomores in the College of Home Economics, Yvonne Jordan, seated, and Jackie Derman, standing, right, are watching the completion of a dress fashioned from an Indian sari. Mrs. Carol Diver adjusts the back panel for Wendy Sorenson of Manchester, VT, who made and designed the dress as part of her course work in the department of textiles and clothing. The dress was displayed in a special event, ''Clothing for Moderns,'' during the 1957 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1957
TextVirginia Hargrove of the College of Home Economics analyzes a motion picture of a homemaker preparing a meal, serving it, and cleaning up afterwards. The results of such studies were passed along to homemakers in a 1957 Farm and Home Week demonstration, ''Improving Work Conditions in Your Kitchen.''

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Year1957
TextExhibit at the 1957 Farm and Home Week on graduates of the College of Home Economics and what they did after graduation. Women shown are not identified, but the negative is on file in the visual aids office in Roberts Hall, and its number is 4-26221.

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Year1957
TextMaxine Hollander, center, and Judy Whiting, right, listen to Professor Kathryn Walker of the household economics and management department describe the flannelgraph she prepared for the 1957 Farm and Home Week. In a discussion, ''Where Does the Time Go?,'' Professor Walker examined the problems of the homemaker in getting her work done, and illustrated her talk with comparisons of how different families allot time for various household jobs.

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Year1957
TextBeverly Graham, a senior in the College of Home Economics, explains to some 1957 Farm and Home Week visitors one of the exhibits which showed the need for good wiring in portable appliances. Other sections of the exhibit, ''The Family's Workroom,'' showed arrangement, storage space, and equipment and facilities for water, gas and electricity.

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Year1957
TextBeverly Graham, a senior in the College of Home Economics, explains to some 1957 Farm and Home Week visitors one of the exhibits which showed the need for good wiring in portable appliances. Other sections of the exhibit, ''The Family's Workroom,'' showed arrangement, storage space, and equipment and facilities for water, gas and electricity.

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Year1957
TextUnidentified visitors view nutrition exhibit at 1957 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1958
TextMiss Judy Gantert and Miss Patricia Flynn, of Rochester, both students in the College of Home Economics, watch Prof. Florence Boak as she demonstrates how to fold a dress in tissue paper to prevent wrinkles when packing. Prof. Boak gave a lecture and demonstration on clothes and luggage for travel at the 1958 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1958
TextProf. Helen Cady, left, discusses construction of a modern, wire sculpture chair with Misses Maxine Hollander, center, and Jeanne Carnahan, of Rochester, both students in the College of Home Economics. Prof. Cady gave a lecturedemonstration on ''Styles You Choose for Furnishings'' at the 1958 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1958
TextProf. Karla Longree, left, works with a pH meter which tests the acidity of foods. Mrs. Anna R. Willman, right, laboratory technician, assists Miss Longree in the project, ''The Effect on Bacterial Counts of Holding, Refrigerating and Freezing Cooked Foods Prepared in Quantity.'' The project, carried out with the cooperation of Prof. J.C. White of the department of dairy industry, was the subject of a demonstration at the 1958 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1958
TextMrs. S. Ozaki, right, and Mrs. T. Ino, both of Japan, took part in the 1958 Farm and Home Week program conducted by Prof. Catherine Eichelberger which dealt with the Oriental influence on American design. At the time of the picture, Mrs. Ozaki, who had a medical degree, was working in the department of nuclear studies at Cornell, and Mrs. Ino's husband was a research associate in chemistry at Cornell.

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Year1958
TextMrs. S. Ozaki, right, and Mrs. T. Ino, both of Japan, took part in the 1958 Farm and Home Week program conducted by Prof. Catherine Eichelberger which dealt with the Oriental influence on American design. At the time of the picture, Mrs. Ozaki, who had a medical degree, was working in the department of nuclear studies at Cornell, and Mrs. Ino's husband was a research associate in chemistry at Cornell.

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Year1958
TextMrs. S. Ozaki, right, and Mrs. T. Ino, both of Japan, took part in the 1958 Farm and Home Week program conducted by Prof. Catherine Eichelberger which dealt with the Oriental influence on American design. At the time of the picture, Mrs. Ozaki, who had a medical degree, was working in the department of nuclear studies at Cornell, and Mrs. Ino's husband was a research associate in chemistry at Cornell.

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Year1958
TextHow to buy and use dishwashers was the subject of an exhibit at the 1958 Farm and Home Week. In this photograph, Mrs. Louise Ranney of the department of extension teaching and information inspects one which demonstrates good loading practices.

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Year1958
TextHow to buy and use dishwashers was the subject of an exhibit at the 1958 Farm and Home Week. In this photograph, Mrs. Louise Ranney of the department of extension teaching and information inspects one which demonstrates good loading practices.

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Year1958
TextMrs. Shoukat Zafar, right, of Lahore, Pakistan, and Miss Aurora Fronda of Los Banos, P.I., wore their native dresses for a 1958 Farm and Home Week program. Mrs. Zafar is the wife of Dr. Mohammed Zafar, who is doing post-dental work in Rochester, NY, while Mrs. Zafar did graduate work in the College of Home Economics. Her gown, which was her wedding gown, was made of cloth of gold. Miss Fronda, also a graduate student, was a home economics teacher in Thailand.

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Year1958
TextMrs. Anthony Lauzze of Ithaca talks with two students from Iraq during the 1958 Farm and Home Week. Miss Mary Shukri and Rafi Al- Halfinch both are from Bagdad, Iraq.

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Year1958
TextTwo of the international visitors at the 1958 Farm and Home Week were, from left, Rafi Al-Halfinch and Miss Mary Shukri, both from Bagdad, Iraq.

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Year1958
TextDonald Barnes, right, talked with Mrs. Edward Upton, left, of Buffalo, and Mrs. Raymond Bathke of Poland, NY, as they all awaited their turn to appear in the 1958 Farm and Home Week event, ''The Pattern and Fabric for You.'' Donald modeled a shirt made in home demonstration work by his mother, Mrs. Richard Barnes of Oneida County. The two ladies also modeled garments they made in Extension classes.

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Year1958
TextTwo seniors in the College of Home Economics, Ann Steffen and Eileen Funcheon, demonstrate the use of cheese in ''Cheese Please,'' one of the features of the 1958 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1958
TextProfessors Gertrude Armbruster, left, and Mary Wood took part in ''Your Family Fare,'' a demonstration at the 1958 Farm and Home Week. Miss Jeanette Lynch also participated.

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Year1959
TextA scene from ''Dressing for Modern Living,'' a fashion show presented at the 1959 Farm and Home Week by homemakers enrolled in Extension groups. Professor Adaline Snellman, left, was commentator.

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Year1959
TextA scene from ''Dressing for Modern Living,'' a fashion show presented at the 1959 Farm and Home Week by homemakers enrolled in Extension groups. The homemaker in this case is Mrs. Kay Weink of Allegany County.

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Year1959
TextThomas Donkin, above, an Extension specialist in housing and design, discussed the selection and purchase of furniture, and ways to learn about quality construction at the 1959 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1959
TextLinn Hoberg of Yonkers, NY, and Marci Martindale of Havertown, PA, listen to Miss Sarah Neblett, associate professor at the College of Home Economics, talk about decorating within a limited space and budget. Both girls, juniors at the College, had refinished or constructed furniture pieces in a course taught by Miss Neblett, who spoke on ''Designing, Constructing and Improvising Furniture'' during the 1959 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1959
TextMiss Nancy Fischer, a graduate student in the College of Home Economics, took part in the demonstration, ''The Chemist in the Kitchen,'' during the 1959 Farm and Home Week.

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Year1959
TextTaking part in a panel discussion at the 1959 Farm and Home Week were, from left: Mrs. Ethelwyn Cornelius, an instructor in home economics education; Mrs. John Loosli; Miss Kathryn Walker, assistant professor of household economics and management; Mrs. Constance Adams, Dutchess County assistant home demonstration agent; Mrs. Esther Bratton, research associate in household economics and management.

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Year1960
TextMrs. Nelson Rockefeller, left, is greeted by Dean Helen G. Canoyer at the 1960 Farm and Home Week. (This is the first Mrs. Nelson Rockefeller.)

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Year1960
TextShown attending a luncheon at the 1960 Farm and Home Week are, from left, Miss Catherine Personius, coordinator of research for the College of Home Economics; Mrs. Nelson Rockefeller, an honored guest; and Dean Helen G. Canoyer of the College.

   

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