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Browse: International, National, State and Local Research, Extension, and Outreach > Farmersí Wives Reading Course, Clubs

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TextMounted photograph showing partial display of articles made by members of the Patchinsville Cornell Study Club, which consisted entirely of farm families and met at the local school house. On the back of the photograph, it is noted that the first part of each meeting was devoted to leaflets, and was followed by work in sewing and the following crafts: ''reed and raffia basketry, hammered brass, book markers, Tenneriffe lace, Battenburg lace, bead work with loom and without, bead work on canvass, water colors (cards), drawn work, hemstitching, patching, workboxes and cases, buttonhomes, silk roses, paper flowers, tatting, portiers, cross stitching, stenciling, hardanger, work bags and button bags, etc., iron holders, bean bags, rag dolls, quilt blocks, articles made from handkerchiefs.'' Each person was expected to complete one article at each meeting. Additional information is contained in a letter which accompanies the photo.

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Image   PR-RC-05
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TextWash Mitt, Equipment Pictorial, Kellogg.

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TextJar Lid Lifter, Equipment Pictorial, Kellogg.

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TextEggbeater, Pictorial Equipment Article, Kellogg.

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Image   PR-RC-08
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TextServingspoon, Equipment Pictorial, Kellogg.

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TextCan Opener, Pictorial Equipment Article, Kellogg.

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TextEquipment - general.

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Image   PR-RC-11
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TextCanning: Knives and sharpener, spoons and lifters, Funnels and ladles - all invaluable in preserving and pickling.

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TextStrainers of all kinds from a wire basket for blanching to puree strainer for pulping.

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Image   PR-RC-13
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TextCamping: A hunting knife well-sheathed, the not-to-be-forgotten screw driver and pliers, a compass to guide you, with matches protected from the water and even the corkscrew.

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TextCamping dishes and utensils should be light, strong and effective.

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TextGlass ovenware.

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TextVacuum jar.

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TextCake and mold pans.

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Image   PR-RC-04
Year1913
Text'Gold Cups from Vaphio'' - Photo taken by Troy in 1913 for Miss Mansell for Reading Course H-51, ''A Story of Certain Table Furnishings,'' November 1913.

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Year1913
TextTable knife and fork from the ''Connecticut State Service'' (1827- 37) - photo taken in 1913 by Troy for Miss Mansell for Reading Course Bulletin H-51, ''A Story of Certain Table Furnishings,'' p.59.

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Image   PR-RC-17
Year1913
TextTable knife and fork from the ''Connecticut State Service'' (1827- 37) - photo taken in 1913 by Troy for Miss Mansell for Reading Course Bulletin H-51, ''A Story of Certain Table Furnishings,'' p.59.

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Year1915
TextGathering of unidentified Farmers' Wives Club, around 1915.

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Image   PR-RC-03
Year1919
TextCaption reads: ''Picnic of clubs near Ithaca, October 10, 1919. Cornell Study Clubs. Cayuga County Clubs meet at the College.'' Scene shows gathering on the deck of the home economics building (now Comstock Hall). Clubs included are East Genoa, Bolts Corners, Mecklenburg, Newfield, Inlet Valley, Brookton Ladies Aid, Slaterville Ladies Aid, Burdette, Ovid, Jordan, Minoa, and Baldwinsville.

   

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