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Browse: Resident Teaching > Homemaking Apartments

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TextDining Room: Apartment in Home Economics Building (Comstock Hall).

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TextLiving-room in one of the homemaking apartments where groups of five or six students live together for five consecutive weeks and assume most of the responsibilities of homemaking, including the care of a baby.

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TextUnidentified photographs of homemaking apartments.

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TextUnidentified photographs of homemaking apartments.

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TextUnidentified photographs of homemaking apartments.

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TextUnidentified photographs of homemaking apartments.

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TextUnidentified photographs of homemaking apartments.

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TextUnidentified photographs of homemaking apartments.

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TextUnidentified photographs of homemaking apartments.

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TextUnidentified photographs of homemaking apartments.

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TextUnidentified photographs of homemaking apartments.

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TextUnidentified photographs of homemaking apartments.

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TextSeated at table on far left is James Spencer '48, to his right Dorothy Dye Spencer '48. Other individuals are unidentified. 1948.

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Year1914
TextOld snapshot of Lodge in winter, with Miss Fordyce and Miss Henry walking toward the home economics building. Date is March 1914.

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Year1917
TextStudent cooking in homemaking apartment in Lodge, 1917.

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Circa1918 - 1920
TextFireplace in parlor of Lodge, with Christmas stockings hung on mantle. No date given, but probably around 1918-20.

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Circa1918 - 1920
TextNaptime for Lodge baby. Photo taken on porch of Lodge around 1918- 20.

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Year1919
TextAfter-dinner hour in the homemaking apartment at the Lodge. Date is 1919. Troy photo.

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Year1919
TextExterior of Lodge. No date given, but probably around 1919-20.

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Year1919
TextTwo similar views of afternoon tea in the Lodge. Troy photos, taken in 1919 for the 1920 edition of ''Home Economics at Cornell.''

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Year1919
TextTwo similar views of afternoon tea in the Lodge. Troy photos, taken in 1919 for the 1920 edition of ''Home Economics at Cornell.''

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Circa1919 - 1920
TextChristmas tree in the homemaking apartment in the Lodge, around 1919-20. Troy photo.

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Year1920
TextExterior view of Lodge taken for ''Home Economics at Cornell'' for 1920. Troy photo.

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Year1920
TextBedroom of Lodge with Richard, one of the Lodge babies, in August 1920. Adult was identified in June 1957 as Carrie Luce.

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Year1920
Text'An hour after dinner in the practice apartment.'' Used in ''Home Economics at Cornell'' for 1920, p.l6.

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Year1920
TextAfternoon tea in the homemaking apartment in the Lodge. Used in ''Home Economics at Cornell'' for 1920, p.17.

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Year1920
TextLiving room of the Lodge, around 1920. This photo has a coarse screen on it.

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Year1921
TextLiving room of the Lodge, with students and baby Richard in 1921. Taken for article by Alice Blinn for ''The Nation's Health.''

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Year1924
TextLunchtime in the Lodge dining room. Photo taken in 1924 for Miss Blinn for ''Home Economics at Cornell.''

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Year1924
Text'Edna Mae's first Christmas.'' Lodge baby with girls at Christmastime. Photo taken by Troy in 1924 for Miss Blinn for ''Home Economics at Cornell.''

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Year1933
TextPractice House Group. January 1933.

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Circa1936 - 1937
TextMary Alice and Rose Ann: twin girls in homemaking apartments, 1936- 37 at their first birthday party.

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Year1946
TextHomemaking apartment in Martha Van Rensselaer Hall in 1946. Caption reads: ''As a part of their plan to reduce work, ''cook'' and ''mother'' prepare a cereal which can be eaten by the baby as well as the family. Above, Lois Datthyn of Shortsville (left) strains the cereal for young Jerry, while Joyce Bolt of Great Neck adds raisins for adult consumption.'' Photo Science Service negative number is 1469-E.

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Year1946
TextHomemaking apartment in Martha Van Rensselaer Hall in 1946. Caption reads: ''Home beautification is an important part of the homemaking courses at Cornell University. Above, Elaine Windrum of Kerhonkson completes a flower arrangement on a table which was refinished by one of her fellow students. The mirror catching her reflection is still another refinishing project of the girls in the apartment.'' Photo Science Service negative number is 1469-F.

   

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