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Year1911
TextDisplay of wallpaper patterns typical of period around 1910. Some of these were used as illustrations in ''Household Decoration,'' Cornell Reading Courses for the Farm Home, Vol. 1, No. 5, December 1, 1911.

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Year1911
TextDisplay of wallpaper patterns typical of period around 1910. Some of these were used as illustrations in ''Household Decoration,'' Cornell Reading Courses for the Farm Home, Vol. 1, No. 5, December 1, 1911.

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Year1918
TextPatterns for upholstery or wall hangings. Photo taken by Troy in 1918 for Miss Warner for ''Manual of Homemaking,'' p.65.

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Year1918
TextPatterns for upholstery or wall hangings. Photo taken by Troy in 1918 for Miss Warner for ''Manual of Homemaking,'' p.65.

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Year1918
Text'Good types of lamps,'' photographed by Troy in 1918 for Miss Warner for ''Manual of Homemaking,'' p.91.

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Year1918
TextPatterns for upholstery or wall hangings. Photo taken by Troy in 1918 for Miss Warner for ''Manual of Homemaking,'' p.65.

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Year1918
TextTypes of rugs. Photo taken by Troy in 1918 for Miss Warner for ''Manual of Homemaking,'' p.53.

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Year1920
TextTwo copies of photo showing laboratory and drafting room for house planning and design taken by Troy for use in ''Home Economics at Cornell,'' 1920, p.18. In background in front of room are two teachers who appear to be Annette Warner (seated) and Helen Binkerd Young (standing).

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Year1920
TextTwo copies of photo showing laboratory and drafting room for house planning and design taken by Troy for use in ''Home Economics at Cornell,'' 1920, p.18. In background in front of room are two teachers who appear to be Annette Warner (seated) and Helen Binkerd Young (standing).

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Year1923
TextSeries of photographs taken by Troy in 1923 for Miss Warner to illustrate pleasing furniture arrangement.

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Year1923
TextSeries of photographs taken by Troy in 1923 for Miss Warner to illustrate pleasing furniture arrangement.

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Year1923
TextSeries of photographs taken by Troy in 1923 for Miss Warner to illustrate pleasing furniture arrangement.

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Year1923
TextSeries of photographs taken by Troy in 1923 for Miss Warner to illustrate pleasing furniture arrangement.

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Year1924
TextStudents in interior design try to select an appropriate drapery fabric for the parlor of the practice apartment in the Lodge. Photo taken by Troy in 1924 for Miss Blinn for ''Home Economics at Cornell'' of that year.

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Year1924
TextStudents in interior design try to select an appropriate drapery fabric for the parlor of the practice apartment in the Lodge. Photo taken by Troy in 1924 for Miss Blinn for ''Home Economics at Cornell'' of that year.

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Circa1930 - 1939
TextCaption reads: ''An instructor shows visitors how to repair and refinish furniture.'' No date is given, but it appears to be 1930's, and possibly Farm and Home Week.

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Circa1940 - 1949
TextCaption reads: ''Garbed in her best furniture refinishing attire, Mrs. Lois D. Mathewson, county agent in Steuben County, stencils an authentic pattern dating back to the middle 19th century on an old Hitchcock-type chair. She is refinishing the chair in a class in painting and decoration of Hitchcock-type chairs and Boston rockers, which is being conducted for the first time in the College of Home Economics at Cornell.'' Date is mid-1940's, a Summer Session. Photo Science Service negative number is 1078.

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Circa1940 - 1949
TextStudents making furniture in housing and design laboratory. Date is not given, but probably is around mid 1940's.

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Circa1940 - 1949
TextMr. and Mrs. Daniel Bruce show furniture they made over from discarded pieces. Mrs. Bruce has taken a course in home furnishings at Cornell, and Mr. Bruce's hobby is woodworking. They completely furnished a three-room house in this manner. Date is not given, but probably around mid-1940's.

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Year1941
TextIllustration for Bulletin 463, ''Arrangement of Home Furnishings,'' 1941. Family is Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Butt. Mrs. Butt was at the time an assistant professor in the department of textiles and clothing.

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Year1943
TextSame training school in household art as shown in Item 39, with group of women studying house models. Photo Science Service negative number is 1943-H.

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Year1944
TextStudents building furniture in Mrs. Roman's home improvement course in the Summer Session, August 1944.

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Year1945
TextJean Strohecker, left, and Ann Shively, right, both seniors in the College of Home Economics, enjoy comforts they have added to a bare, rented room through knowledge gained in their studies in housing and design. Date is February 1945. Photo Science Service negative number is 746.

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Year1946
TextJane Woodworth of Central Square, NY, right, learns how to cover a chair seat. Assistant Professor Alice Johnson, left, demonstrates. Date is January 1946, and Photo Science Service negative number is 1469-D.

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Year1946
TextExterior of farmhouse used as project for housing research in July 1946, and referred to as the ''Arnold House.'' Subsequent photographs show scale model of suggested remodeling.

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Year1946
TextScale model (exterior view) of remodeling suggested for farmhouse shown in Item 24.

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Year1946
TextScale model of first floor of house shown in Item 24, before remodeling.

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Year1946
TextScale model of house shown in Item 24; first floor showing suggested changes.

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Year1946
TextScale model of second floor of house shown in Item 24, before remodeling.

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Year1946
TextScale model of second floor of house shown in Item 24, showing suggested changes.

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Year1946
TextScale model of a house described in Item 24.

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Year1946
TextScale model of a house described in Item 24.

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Year1946
TextScale model of a house described in Item 24.

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Year1946
TextScale model of a house described in Item 24.

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Year1946
TextExterior view of farmhouse used in research in July 1946.

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Year1946
TextScale model of farmhouse shown in Item 34, showing suggested changes.

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Year1946
TextExterior view of farmhouse used in research in July 1946.

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Year1946
TextScale model of farmhouse shown in Item 36, showing suggested changes.

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Year1946
TextSummer Session, 1946. Professor Thomas J. Baird's class in housing problems (E-315).

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Year1946
TextExtension training school in July 1946. Caption reads: ''Miss Mary Morris, Ithaca, (left), newly appointed home demonstration agent for Schuyler County, puts the finishing touches on a refinished table, while Miss Florence Wright, Extension specialist in household art at Cornell, approves.'' Photo Science Service negative number is 1943-K.

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Year1947
TextThree students in Mrs. Nancy Roman's home improvement course study the inner structure of a chair cushion. December 1947. Photo Science Service negative number is 3390-C.

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Year1947
TextExtension training school in furniture repair, conducted by Ruth Comstock in 1947.

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Year1947
TextScale model of house designed in Professor Thomas Baird's Summer Session course, E-315, ''Housing Problems,'' 1947. Photo Science Service negative number is 2081.

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Year1947
TextView with roof removed of house shown in Item 48. Photo Science Service negative number is 2087.

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Year1948
TextBarn showing windows of apartment on second floor. Apartment was arranged and occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Warren Doing. Figure 1 in a series. April 1948.

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Year1948
TextInterior of barn showing Mr. and Mrs. Doing planning their apartment. Figure 2 in series. April 1948.

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Year1948
TextInterior of apartment of Mr. and Mrs. Doing, showing their work on it. Figure 3 in series. April 1948.

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Year1948
TextDining area of apartment of Mr. and Mrs. Doing. Figure 4 in series. April 1948.

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Year1948
TextMrs. Doing showing homemade cupboard in her apartment. Figure 5 in series. April 1948. Photo Science Service negative number 2081.

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Year1948
TextStudent working with scale model of house she is designing. Photo taken for Summer School Announcement, 1948.

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Year1948
TextStudents working with Professor Thomas Baird on housing course. Photo taken for Summer School Prelininary Announcement for 1948.

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Circa1950 - 1959
TextCaption reads: ''New lamp shades for old. The one at the extreme left is paper-lined, the one at the extreme right is wholly of paper. Both have a wire ring top and bottom but no side ribs.'' Figure 1 in series. Photo courtesy of Elmira Sunday Telegram. Date probably 1950's.

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Circa1950 - 1959
TextCaption reads: ''The lining is clipped to each ring with 8 clamp clothespins, evenly spaced.'' Figure 2 in series. Woman shown is Mrs. Clinton Jones, 123 Oakwood Avenue, Elmira Heights, NY. Photo courtesy of Elmira Sunday Telegram. Date probably 1950's.

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Circa1950 - 1959
TextCaption reads: ''To sew the paper to the ring, push the needle through from the outside about 1/8 inch below the edge of the paper, under the ring and make a buttonhole stitch. Make the stitches an inch apart.'' Figure 3 in series. Woman shown is Mrs. John Mortimer, 537 Decker Avenue, Elmira. Photo courtesy Elmira Sunday Telegram. Date probably 1950's.

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Circa1950 - 1959
TextCaption reads: ''Using a flexible tool such as a wooden ice cream spoon, force the material over each ring and down between the ring and the paper lining.'' Woman shown is Mrs. Harold Cobb, 421 Jefferson Street, Elmira, NY. Figure 4 in series. Photo courtesy of Elmira Sunday Telegram. Date probably is 1950's.

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Year1957
TextMiss Clara Straight's class in design, HD-100. From left are Sarah Cooper, of Lead, SD, and Judith Clarke, Geneva, NY. Date is 1957.

   

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