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Browse: History of the College > Important Persons Who Have Visited the College

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Image   H-P-05
Yearunknown
TextEleanor Roosevelt speaking at gathering in Bailey Hall at unidentified Farm and Home Week event. No date given.

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Image   H-P-08
Yearunknown
TextEleanor Roosevelt chatting with Gert Hans Werner Schmidt, the Director of Hotel Ezra Cornell.

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Image   H-P-13
Yearunknown
TextAt the meeting of the League of Women Voters, Hyde Park, New York. Left to right: Mrs. Henry R. Hayes, Miss Martha Van Rensselaer, Mrs. Casper Whitney, general regional director of the League of Women Voters, Mrs. Samuel Bins, Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Mrs. Henry Goddard Leach, the State Chairman who presided at the meeting. The meeting took place at the home of Mrs. Franklin Roosevelt, Hyde Park, NY. (Keystone View Co.)

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Image   H-P-12
Year1921
TextMadame Curie in her laboratory. Presented to Martha Van Rensselaer upon the occasion of Madame Curie's visit to the United States in 1921 when the gram of radium was presented to her. The visit was arranged by Mrs. William Brown Meloney, Editor of the Delineator when Miss Van Rensselaer was the Homemaking Editor.

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Image   H-P-01
Year1937
TextEleanor Roosevelt: Mrs. Roosevelt walking down ramp in Bailey Hall at 1937 Farm and Home Week, modeling gown which she wore at President Roosevelt's second inaugural ball, and gave to the historic costume collection of the College of Home Economics. Because of their historic value and frequent use, two prints of Item 1 were kept, both with the same number.

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Image   H-P-02
Year1937
TextEleanor Roosevelt: Mrs. Roosevelt walking down ramp in Bailey Hall at 1937 Farm and Home Week, modeling gown which she wore at President Roosevelt's second inaugural ball, and gave to the historic costume collection of the College of Home Economics. Because of their historic value and frequent use, two prints of Item 1 were kept, both with the same number.

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Image   H-P-03
Year1938
TextTwo prints of a photograph which show Eleanor Roosevelt and Flora Rose walking along, arm in arm, during the 1938 Farm and Home Week. See also Folder 37, Items 29-30.

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Image   H-P-03a
Year1938
TextTwo prints of a photograph which show Eleanor Roosevelt and Flora Rose walking along, arm in arm, during the 1938 Farm and Home Week. See also Folder 37, Items 29-30.

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Image   H-P-06
Year1938
TextEleanor Roosevelt admiring an antique cherry chest in an exhibit on tourist homes presented at the 1938 Farm and Home Week. Troy photo.

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Image   H-P-07
Year1938
TextEleanor Roosevelt looking at exhibit titled, ''Marketable Products from New York State Farms,'' at the 1938 Farm and Home Week. The two women at the left are identified as ''Mrs. Small and Dorothy Williams.'' Troy photo.

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Image   H-P-04
Year1940
TextTwo prints of a photograph showing Flora Rose, Eleanor Roosevelt and President Edmund Ezra Day on stage at Bailey Hall at 1940 Farm and Home Week. See also Folder 37, Item 33.

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Image   H-P-04a
Year1940
TextTwo prints of a photograph showing Flora Rose, Eleanor Roosevelt and President Edmund Ezra Day on stage at Bailey Hall at 1940 Farm and Home Week. See also Folder 37, Item 33.

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Image   H-P-09
Year1963
TextThree photographs showing panels of memorial exhibit to Eleanor Roosevelt which was on display in Mann Library in June and July 1963. Caption for them reads: ''In recognition of Mrs. Roosevelt's long-time interest in the New York State College of Home Economics at Cornell University, the Alumnae Association of the College arranged a memorial exhibit that was displayed in Mann Library during Reunion Weekend 1963, and for several weeks after... Miss Patricia Coolican, '50, and Mrs. David Pimentel (Marcia Hutchins, '44) prepared the three-window exhibit.'' Visual aids negative numbers on these photographs are 4-39068, 4-39072, and 4-39075.

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Image   H-P-10
Year1963
TextThree photographs showing panels of memorial exhibit to Eleanor Roosevelt which was on display in Mann Library in June and July 1963. Caption for them reads: ''In recognition of Mrs. Roosevelt's long-time interest in the New York State College of Home Economics at Cornell University, the Alumnae Association of the College arranged a memorial exhibit that was displayed in Mann Library during Reunion Weekend 1963, and for several weeks after... Miss Patricia Coolican, '50, and Mrs. David Pimentel (Marcia Hutchins, '44) prepared the three-window exhibit.'' Visual aids negative numbers on these photographs are 4-39068, 4-39072, and 4-39075.

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Image   H-P-11
Year1963
TextThree photographs showing panels of memorial exhibit to Eleanor Roosevelt which was on display in Mann Library in June and July 1963. Caption for them reads: ''In recognition of Mrs. Roosevelt's long-time interest in the New York State College of Home Economics at Cornell University, the Alumnae Association of the College arranged a memorial exhibit that was displayed in Mann Library during Reunion Weekend 1963, and for several weeks after... Miss Patricia Coolican, '50, and Mrs. David Pimentel (Marcia Hutchins, '44) prepared the three-window exhibit.'' Visual aids negative numbers on these photographs are 4-39068, 4-39072, and 4-39075.

   

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