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Image   AP-P-10
Yearunknown
TextWith Dean Canoyer: Margaret Chamberlain, Matawan, New Jersey (on left; white hat with feather). B.S. in Home Economics, 1959. Marlise Flannery, Garden City, New York (red hair; on right). B.S. in Home Economics, 1959.

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Image   AP-P-11
Yearunknown
TextWith Dean Canoyer: Mrs. Beth (Frank) Wyskiel, Woodsville, New Hampshire (on left). B.S. in Home Economics, 1959. Mrs. Kathleen (James P.) Lipp, Ithaca, New York (on right). B.S. in Home Economics, 1959.

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Image   AP-P-12
Yearunknown
TextWith Dean Canoyer: Eleanor Walgren, Mineola, NY. B.S. in Home Economics, 1959. Sarojini Balreddy, Madras, India, Graduate student in Home Economics Education, 1959 (left).

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Image   AP-P-13
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TextDean Canoyer at radio microphone.

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Image   AP-P-14
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TextDean Canoyer at radio microphone.

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Image   AP-P-15
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TextDean Canoyer at Grand Union supermarket.

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Image   AP-P-16
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TextProof sheets of Dean Canoyer at her desk.

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Image   AP-P-17
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TextProof sheets of Dean Canoyer at her desk.

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Image   AP-P-18
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TextPortraits of Dean Canoyer.

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Image   AP-P-19
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TextPortraits of Dean Canoyer.

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Image   AP-P-20
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TextPortraits of Dean Canoyer.

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Image   AP-P-21
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TextPortraits of Dean Canoyer.

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TextPortraits of Dean Canoyer.

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Image   AP-P-23
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TextPortraits of Dean Canoyer.

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Image   AP-P-26
Yearunknown
TextPurdue News Service. Legend for group of 3 (2 men, 1 woman): ''Lafayette, Indiana, April 15 - Participating this week in the 5th annual conference of the National Institute of Animal Agriculture held at Purdue University were (left to right) Chairman D.B. Varner, vice president, Michigan State College; Helen Canoyer, dean of Home Economics, Cornell University; and Allan B. Kline, past president, American Farm Bureau Federation.'

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Image   AP-P-27
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TextUnidentified photographs of Dean Canoyer.

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Image   AP-P-28
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TextUnidentified photographs of Dean Canoyer.

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Image   AP-P-01
Year1906
TextLecturers in the first winter course in 1906. Identification is given as: ''Back row, left to right: 1. Adelaide Nulling, 2. Abby Marlatt, 3. Miss Emma Jacobs' friend?, 4. Miss Spring; Front row, left to right: 1. Mrs. Dewey, 2. Helen Kinne, 3. Caroline Hunt, 4. Mrs. Richards, 5. Miss Ravenhill, 6. Miss Abel, 7. Isabel Bevier.''

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Image   AP-P-02
Year1913
TextHome economics cafeteria kitchen force in 1913(?). Troy photo.

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Year1914
TextFaculty of the department of home economics in 1914. Seated, from left, are Helen Binkerd Young, Annette J. Warner, Flora Rose, Martha Van Rensselaer and Blanche Hazard (Mrs. Sprague). Standing, from left, are Claribel Nye, Helen Knowlton, Anna Hunn, Grace Fordyce (Mrs. Fox), Ethel L. Phelps, Clara Browning and Bertha Titsworth.

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Year1916
TextFaculty of the department of home economics inJune 1916. Seated on the ground are Claribel Nye (left) and Anna Hunn. In the second row, from left, are Annette Warner, Helen BinkerdYoung, Flora Rose and Martha Van Rensselaer. In the third row, from left are Smith, Winifred Moses, Mary Henry, Bertha Titsworth, Edith Fleming, Beulah Blackmore, Frances Vinton, Helen Canon, Lucille Brewer and Helen Knowlton.

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Circa1918 - 1919
TextFaculty of the department of home economics about 1918-19. In the first row, from left, are Anna Hunn, Eleanor Hillhouse, Julia Gleason, Winifred Moses, Beatrice Hunter and Claribel Nye. In the second row, from left, are Blanche Hazard, Annette Warner, Flora Rose, Martha Van Rensselaer, Helen Binkerd Young, Beulah Blackmore and Helen Monsch. In the third row, from left, are Jessie Boys, Frances Kelley, Clara Sykes, Ruby Green Smith, Florence Freer, Nancy Roman, Mrs. Whittemore, Alice Blinn, Gladys Smith and Helen Canon.

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Year1921
TextClaribel Nye. ''Miss Nye was at this time an instructor in homemaking in the Department of Home Economics. I do not remember the name of the instructor shown with her.'' June 8, 1921.

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Image   AP-P-09
Year1921
TextProfessor Blanche Evans Hazzard; Professor Lulu Graves. June 5, 1921. ''Professor Hazzard - the short one. She was addicted to feather boas and intricate filing systems. Her field of education was the orientation of frightened freshmen. (Or should I say freshpersons). Professor Graves - the tall one. She was an excellent teacher of nutrition in the days when there were only two known vitamins - A and B.''

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Circa1941 - 1946
TextSarah G. Blanding, Dean of New York State College of Home Economics, 1941-46. She organized the College staff for war work and participated in many worthy enterprises for both state and nation.

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Circa1941 - 1946
TextSarah G. Blanding, Dean of New York State College of Home Economics, 1941-46. She organized the College staff for war work and participated in many worthy enterprises for both state and nation.

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Image   AP-P-07
Circa1946 - 1953
TextElizabeth Lee Vincent, Dean, College of Home Economics, 1946-53.

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Year1964
TextDean Canoyer at Commencement in Faculty Lounge of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, June 15, 1964.

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Image   AP-P-25
Year1964
TextDean Canoyer at Commencement in Faculty Lounge of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, June 15, 1964.

   

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