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Browse: History of the College > Exhibits

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TextBulletin and Script for Film. No. 20: String beans, peas, corn and other vegetables are canned for winter use. Note the pressure cooker used especially for those foods which are not acid. No. 21: The pressure cooker again comes into use in canning the meat.

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TextAnd later can the meat.

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TextThere is a fundamental feeling of security that comes from the knowledge that there is enough food produced on the farm to keep the family well fed all through the year.

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TextPhoto of exhibit Mrs. Wellington, Kensington Foods Leader, exhibited at Buffalo Home Bureaus achievement day.

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TextUnidentified exhibits.

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Image   H-E-12
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TextUnidentified exhibits.

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TextUnidentified exhibits.

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TextUnidentified exhibits.

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TextUnidentified exhibits.

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TextUnidentified exhibits.

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TextUnidentified exhibits.

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TextUnidentified exhibits.

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Image   H-E-19
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TextUnidentified exhibits.

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Image   H-E-20
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TextUnidentified exhibits.

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TextUnidentified exhibits.

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Image   H-E-22
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TextUnidentified exhibits.

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Image   H-E-10
Year1928
TextNew York State College of Agriculture, 1928.

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Image   H-E-05
Year1933
TextCattaraugus County State Fair, 1933.

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Year1935
TextGenesee County Home Bureau Exhibit at the State Fair in Syracuse, September 1935.

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Image   H-E-09
Year1935
TextBetter Community Health through Better Community Meals. Genesee County, 1935. Home Bureau.

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Image   H-E-07
Year1936
TextPlanned Yearly Farm Food Supply. Virginia Exhibit - A.C.C.W., 1936.

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Image   H-E-04
Year1957
TextMr. and Mrs. Herman Love, of Canandaigua, recent visitors to Cornell's Farm and Home Week, pause before part of an exhibit showing the work of the co-founders of the New York State College of Home Economics. Starting with the dawn of home economics at Cornell, the six display cases of photographs, letters, and other documents of historical interest cover a span of 40 years when Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose were associated with the College. April 3, 1957.

   

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