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56 Total Results, Showing Results from 1 to 56


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Yearunknown
TextCommunity kitchen, planned by Presbyterian Church and Home Bureau Extension Service.

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Yearunknown
TextMary Lou (Anderson) Mason (on right) with an unidentified woman, making sandwiches.

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Yearunknown
Text'Girls studying Home Economics at Cornell University take part in a nutrition experiment.''

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Yearunknown
TextCaption reads: ''The students' own workroom, Room 342. Here a girl may practice at any time the art of cooking or invent new dishes with no one to check her successes or failures but her mates.'' No date given.

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Yearunknown
TextPlentiful Foods, Giant Food Store, Washington, D.C., Dr. Flemmie Kittrell, Rita Barnes, and Jean Terry.

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Circa1910 - 1920
TextHome economics foods laboratory, around 1910 - 1920. Location not given.

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Year1911
TextIllustration of ''a sanitary kitchen'' for Cornell Reading Course for the Farm Home, Vol. 1, No. 5, December 1, 1911, p.58, Fig. 20.

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Year1912
TextDemonstration of canning procedure photographed by Troy in 1912 for Rural School Leaflet, Vol. X, No. 1, p.323.

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Year1913
TextFoods laboratory in home economics building (now Comstock Hall). Photo taken by Troy in 1913, when building was new.

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Year1913
TextFoods laboratory in home economics building (now Comstock Hall) around 1913 when the building first opened.

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Circa1913 - 1914
TextFoods laboratory in home economics building (now Comstock Hall) around 1913-14. Students are at work, and at the center in the rear, in a white uniform, is the instructor, Clara Browning (Goodman).

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Year1915
TextTwo views of Extension demonstration on foods set up in a church, around 1915. Photo used in Cornell Reading Course, Vol. IV, No. 93, p.263, Fig. 60.

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Year1915
TextTwo views of Extension demonstration on foods set up in a church, around 1915. Photo used in Cornell Reading Course, Vol. IV, No. 93, p.263, Fig. 60.

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Year1915
TextExtension school on meats held at Cherry Valley, NY, in 1915. The instructor is Miriam Birdseye.

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Year1915
TextExtension school on meats held at Cherry Valley, NY, in 1915. The instructor is Miriam Birdseye.

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Circa1915 - 1918
TextIllustration of table set correctly for four. No date is given, but probably around 1915-18.

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Circa1915 - 1918
TextIllustration of table set correctly for 12. No date is given, but probably around 1915-18.

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Circa1915 - 1918
TextIllustration of correct table service. No date is given, but probably around 1915-18.

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Year1916
TextExtension school on meats at Dansville, NY, in 1916. Photo by Wagner Studio, Dansville, and woman instructor is Miriam Birdseye.

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Year1916
TextFour photographs of food dishes taken by Troy in 1916 for Miss Canon for Reading Course Bulletins H-105 and H-107, and all printed on the same film.

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Year1916
TextDemonstration of making rhubarb jelly. Photo taken by Troy in 1916 for Miss Canon, and used as the cover illustration for Reading Course Bulletin 107.

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Circa1916 - 1918
TextDemonstration of method of canning greens. Miss Sophie Hurd is demonstrator. One copy gave date as May 1916, another 1918.

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Year1917
TextDietetics laboratory in home economics building (now Comstock Hall) in October 1917. Troy photo.

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Year1917
TextFoods laboratory in home economics building (now Comstock Hall) in October 1917. Instructor appears to be Lucille Brewer. Troy photo.

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Year1917
TextFoods laboratory in home economics building (now Comstock Hall) in October 1917. Instructor appears to be Lucille Brewer. Troy photo.

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Year1917
TextFoods laboratory in home economics building (now Comstock Hall) with students preparing 100-calorie portions of foods. Date is October 1917. Troy photo.

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Year1918
TextSenior students in dietetics course for nurses in 1918. The instructor, Helen Monsch, is second from left. Troy photo.

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Year1918
TextVarious forms of preserved foods. Photo taken by Troy in December 1918 for Miss McNeal for Bulletin J-7-, p.ll9.

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Year1918
TextExhibit on ''How to Use Wheat Substitutes'' at Seneca Falls canning kitchen on May 18, 1918. Photo by Colman, Seneca Falls.

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Year1920
TextUnidentified State nutrition specialist gives instructions to parents. Date not given, but ''Cho-Cho'' poster in background suggests 1920.

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Year1920
TextExtension demonstration in foods. No date is given, but this appears to be around 1920.

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Year1920
TextLaboratory class in food preservation. Photo taken by Troy in 1919 for use in ''Home Economics at Cornell,'' 1920, p.7.

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Year1920
TextLaboratory class in food preservation. Photo taken by Troy in 1919 for use in ''Home Economics at Cornell,'' 1920, p.7.

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Year1920
TextPhoto of different kinds of cheeses taken March 19, 1920, by Troy for Miss Cuthbert, and used as the cover illustration for Cornell Reading Course for the Home, Lesson 133 in the Food Series, April 1920, ''Use More Cheese.''

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Circa1920 - 1929
TextMiss Flora Thurston, of the staff, giving a lecture on the fundamentals of food selection at a meeting in Ithaca. No date is given, but it probably is around the early 1920's.

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Circa1923 - 1925
TextUniform used in foods laboratories at Cornell, at least during the years 1923-25. Troy photo.

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Year1923
TextCanning demonstration. Photo taken by Troy in 1923 for Winifred Moses.

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Circa1924 - 1925
TextLecture on foods in assembly room in the home economics building (now Comstock Hall). Date is 1924 or '25. Troy photo.

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Year1924
TextNutrition research laboratory in home economics building (now Comstock Hall) in 1924. Photo taken by Troy for Miss Blinn for ''Home Economics at Cornell,'' for 1924.

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Year1924
TextNutrition research laboratory in home economics building (now Comstock Hall) in 1924. Photo taken by Troy for Miss Blinn for ''Home Economics at Cornell,'' for 1924.

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Year1932
TextExtension experiment in low-cost meals conducted in the dining room of the practice apartment of the home economics building (now Comstock Hall) in February 1932. Helen Monsch, center, and Marie Wells acted as parents, and three students as children. Their food cost about $1 per week per person.

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Year1933
TextMrs. Delight McAlpine Maughan and her first baby, Peter. Taken for bulletin on feeding infants published in Spring 1933.

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Year1933
TextHelen Monsch, head of the department of food and nutrition at the time, talking with a mother and her two children in her office. Date is about 1933.

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Year1935
TextFood research laboratory in Martha Van Rensselaer Hall in 1935. Students are working with reinforced foods.

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Year1935
TextCharlotte Spencer working in the animal laboratory of the food and nutrition department in 1935.

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Year1938
TextBaby Billy Tyler serving as a laboratory subject in his own home, with a student from Course FN 340, ''Family Nutrition,'' and Professor Helen Monsch. Date is 1938.

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Year1938
TextIllustration used in Bulletin J-58: ''What Foods to Eat and Why.'' 1938.

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Year1939
TextProfessor Faith Fenton lecturing in the auditorium of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall in 1939, during Farm and Home Week.

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Year1939
TextProfessor Faith Fenton lecturing in the auditorium of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall in 1939, during Farm and Home Week.

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Circa1940 - 1949
TextCaption reads: ''Students experiment with the 'quick method' for making cakes. Ingredients are weighed or measured in milliliters. All factors are carefully controlled.'' Date is not given, but appears to be late 1940's.

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Year1941
Text'Purple Cow Bar'' used to promote drinking milk. Occasion not stated, but date is November 1941.

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Year1943
TextExample of storage area for vegetables, Fall 1943.

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Year1943
TextExample of storage area for vegetables, Fall 1943.

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Year1945
TextCaption reads: ''A compressibility apparatus tests the softness of bread made by Miss Josephine Brooks, graduate student in the College of Home Economics at Cornell University, in her research on the thiamine content and eating quality of yeast breads made with enriched flour.'' Date is September 21, 1945, and Photo Science Service negative number is 1179-A.

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Circa1946 - 1948
TextCaption reads: ''Foods demonstrations were given twice daily during Farm and Home Week by students in the food and nutrition department. Here, Miss Aletha Scutt concludes a demonstration on spring salad dressings.'' Date is 1946-48.

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Year1956
TextMaureen Crough, Block I Fall Term, 1956.

   

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