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17 Total Results, Showing Results from 1 to 17


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Image   PR-EM-15
Yearunknown
TextExtension millinery class with Miss Hayden.

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Image   PR-EM-16
Yearunknown
TextLocal leaders attending Extension demonstration meeting. Appear to be same group as shown in Items 14 and 15. County on map is Jefferson.

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Image   PR-EM-01
Year1913
TextThe Extension Service News for June 1927 shows this photograph with the following caption: ''The first Extension car - as used in 1913. Home economics Extension trips started like this before the home bureaus were organized. Fashions fourteen years ago differed considerably from what they are today, but some of the faces are familiar. From left to right are: Claribel Nye, now associate state home demonstration leader; Martha Van Rensselaer, state home demonstration leader; Natalie Thompson, now assistant professor of domestic art at Pennsylvania State College; Ruth Graham, now Mrs. John Frederick Morris of Verdun, Quebec, Canada; Katherine Mills, now Mrs. Melancthon Hamilton of Oneonta, NY; Edna Alderman, now Mrs. W.F. Wolfe of Cedar Grove, WV; and Mr. Sanford, a student chauffeur, who won some note at the time by telling how he was able to live on 85 cents a week.''

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Image   PR-EM-08
Circa1914 - 1918
TextTwo views of local Extension leaders drilling in physical exercise in middies and bloomers, outdoors. No date given, but appears to be about 1914-18.

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Image   PR-EM-09
Circa1914 - 1918
TextTwo views of local Extension leaders drilling in physical exercise in middies and bloomers, outdoors. No date given, but appears to be about 1914-18.

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Image   PR-EM-02
Year1915
TextQuartet in costume leading an old fashioned singing school. Photo used in Cornell Reading Course for the Farm Home, Vol. IV, No. 93, p.261, Fig. 59. Date is August 1915.

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Image   PR-EM-03
Year1915
TextOld fashioned singing school at Paris Hill Fair, with Sara Huff in charge. No date given, but probably around 1915. Snapshot.

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Image   PR-EM-04
Year1915
TextOld fashioned singing school at Paris Hill Fair. No date given, but probably around 1915.

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Image   PR-EM-05
Year1915
TextSinging school conducted at Jacksonville as part of six-day Extension school in August, 1915. Photo used in Cornell Reading Course for the Farm Home, Vol. IV, No. 93, Fig. 62.

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Image   PR-EM-06
Year1915
TextPicnic in Grange Hall, held as a climax to a six-day Extension school held in August 1915. Photo used in Cornell Reading Course for the Farm Home, Vol. IV, No. 93, Fig. 61.

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Image   PR-EM-07
Year1915
TextSnapshot of Extension school held in the auditorium of a school at Cherry Valley in 1915. Photo used on cover of Cornell Reading Course for the Farm Home, Vol. IV, No. 93, Fig. 57.

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Image   PR-EM-10
Circa1915 - 1916
TextGroup photo of ''county agents, Farm Bureau and others - 1915-16.'' In front row, Martha Van Rensselaer is at the far left and Flora Rose is in the dark suit with the white blouse.

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Image   PR-EM-11
Year1917
TextCo-agent work in Sullivan County. Photo taken by Troy for Lucy Cooper in October 1917. The agent is talking to a group of women at a meeting being held in a local school.

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Image   PR-EM-12
Year1919
TextExtension school at Cortland, conducted by a ''Mrs. Ranney'' in 1919.

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Image   PR-EM-13
Year1920
TextGroup photo of Wayne County Advisory Council. No date given, but appears to be around 1920, when system of Extension agents was first organized.

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Image   PR-EM-14
Year1920
TextLocal leaders arriving for Extension demonstration meeting. No date given, but probably around 1920.

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Image   PR-EM-17
Year1920
TextConference of county agricultural Extension agent, home demonstration agent, and president of Farm Bureau. There is a map of Cayuga County on the wall. No date given, but appears to be around 1920.

   

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