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Browse: Miscellaneous > Dedication of North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, May 13, 1968

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TextExtension State Leaders: Lucinda Noble, appointed associate director June 1968; Orilla W. Butts, July 1953-July 1959; Vers A. Caulum, August 1959December 1967; Frances Scudder, June 1943-July 1953.

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TextFrederic Nicholson, Construction Coordinator, with Martha Van Rensselaer portrait.

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TextMiss Candyce Smith, Honorable Don J. Wickham, Flemmie J. Kittrell, Dean Helen G. Canoyer.

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TextLeft to right: Rachil Merritt, Dean Canoyer, Don J. Wickham, Sarah Gibson Blanding, Mary Donlon, James A. Perkins.

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TextFormer Dean Sarah Gibson Blanding speaks extemporaneously to audience at unveiling.

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TextFaculty Lounge, North Wing, Martha Van Rensselaer Hall.

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TextMiss Esther Stocks (co-author of ''A Growing College: Home Economics at Cornell University'') looks at portrait of Flora Rose in its new location in Faculty Lounge of North Wing.

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TextLucy M. Maltby unveils portrait of Martha Van Rensselaer in its new location in North Wing.

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TextUnveiling of portrait of Martha Van Rensselaer; Miss Lucy M. Malthy, president of Alumnae Association, unveils portrait in its new location in Faculty Lounge, North Wing.

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TextLeft to right: Don J. Wickham, Lucy M. Maltby, Helen G. Canoyer, Constance C. Cook; portrait of Martha Van Rensselaer rehung in North Wing.

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TextDon J. Wickham entertains Dedication audience in typical Wickham style.

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TextPresident James A. Perkins; served as chairman of the Dedication program.

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TextFront row, left to right: Suzanne Matsen; Charlotte Baumgartner; Eugene Litwak; Betty Smith; Milton Harris; Dale Corson; June Martin; Ida Benderson; Therese Humphryville. Audience enjoys Wickham.

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TextDean Canoyer addresses audience at Dedication. Overflow crowd hears program in the Amphitheater.

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TextAustin Kiplinger addresses Eighth Annual Institute in Alice Statler Auditorium.

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TextLeft to right: Candyce Smith, Constance Cook, President Perkins (at podium), Dean Canoyer, Don Wickham and Mary Switzer.

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TextDean Canoyer presents ''Distinguished Alumni'' citations to: left to right - Helen Vandervort, Lucy Maltby, Helen LeBaron, Flemmie Kittrell. Provost Corson (seated) looks on.

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TextLucy Maltby, president of Alumni Association of'College of Home Economics, presides at the dinner. Guests at head table besides Miss Maltby - left to right: Sarah Gibson Blanding, Provost Dale Corson, Dean Canoyer, William Costello, Mrs. Corson.

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TextTable Guests: President James A. Perkins, at his left Dean Flemmie Kittrell, Home Economics Howard University; Dean William D. Carmichael, Graduate School of Business and Public Administration, Cornell; Mrs. Perkins; Professor Marjorie Washbon, Foods and Nutrition, Home Economics, Cornell; Professor Miss Margaret Hutchins; Ambassador Costello; Professor Jean Failing, coordinator of resident teaching, Home Economics, Cornell; Professor Mabel Rollins, head of household economics and management, Home Economics, Cornell.

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TextWilliam (Bill) Costello, Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago, chats with Professor Jean Failing at luncheon in Statler, following dedication. Costello was key speaker for Institute at 8:15 p.m.

   

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