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Series X. College History [series]:
 
History: Martha Van Rensselaer [subseries]:
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Family history - early letters 1875-1919
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Letters 1923-25
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Letters 1926, 1928, 1930, n.d
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Miscellaneous family papers
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Correspondence and sketches of family crest
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Printed invitations and announcements, greeting card with photograph, several unidentified photographs
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Printed material including Caroline M. Percival's 1957 biography of MVR
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Newspaper clippings
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MVR - early Cattaraugus school district material
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Clippings and telegram
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Letters about Commissionership 1886-1892
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Telegrams about Commissionership 1893
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Letters about Commissionership 1893
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Letters about Commissionership 1896-1900, 1922
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Papers about Commissionership
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Teachers Institute during Commissionership
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Letters from MVR's father, 1875-1886
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Letters from MVR's father, 1887-1889
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Letters from MVR's father, 1890-1891
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Letters from MVR's father, 1892
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Letters from MVR's father, 1895-1896, 1900
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Letters from MVR's father, 1901-1902, n.d
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Correspondence of MVR, 1918-1932, including correspondence from Jane Addams (of Hull House, Chicago); Carrie Chapman Catt; Mrs. Henry Morgenthau, Jr.; Ida M. Tarbell; Eleanor Roosevelt and others
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Correspondence of MVR with newspaper, magazine, and book editors 1901-1904; 1905-1907; 1908; 1909-1910; 1911-1913; 1914-1915; 1918; 1920-1921; including letters from Theodore Dreiser and Ida Tarbell
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Correspondence with "Uncle John" 1906-1910
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Personal correspondence - 1900-1907; 1909-1909; 1910; 1911; 1912; 1913-1914; 1915; 1917-1918; 1919-1920; 1921; n.d
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MVR - administrative policy
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MVR - courses - Woman in the Family and Woman in Industry, 1917-1918
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MVR - portrait
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MVR - class notes for Course III - divisions include bibliography, divorce, civilization; decalogue, examination; feudalism; general, labor; outlines, Renaissance, revolution, and Roman
 
Outside interests, travels, honors [subseries]:
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MVR's 25th Anniversary at College - letters, telegrams, clippings
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MVR - appointments
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MVR - Better Homes in America Campaign, 1923; MVR - President Conference on Home Building and ownership, 1931
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Work for Randolph School
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Work on behalf of Madame Curie - including letter from Herbert Hoover and announcement of the Marie Curie Radium Fund Committee
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Article on pedometer study in New York World, May 27, 1900
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"Boys and Girls" and "Children's magazine" (Martha Van Rensselaer)
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Tale of Miss Van Rensselaer's Pig
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Honors and opportunities
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National American Woman Suffrage Association certificate given to Martha Van Rensselaer (MVR) and signed by Carrie Chapman Catt
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Program from the American Woman's Association meeting at Madison Square Garden - MVR was a speaker
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Certificate given to MVR, designating her as a delegate to represent New York State at the Women's National Congress
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Certificate stating that MVR is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution
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Certificate in appreciation of MVR's service to the United States Food Administration
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Certificate given to MVR designating her as a delegate to represent New York State at the International Dry-Farming Congress
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Certificate from the New York State College of Teachers, conferring on her the degree of Doctor of Pedagogy
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Article from The Sunday Star, Washington, DC - "Fifty Foremost Women" by Ida Tarbell
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Article from the New York Evening World, "Ability and Initiative, With Will to Carry on, Mark Women Leaders"
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Article from The World, "Women Honor Forty-Nine as the Leaders of Their Sex in the Country"
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Article from The Ithaca Journal, "MVR Honored By Many Friends and Associates on 25th Anniversary of Her Work at Cornell"
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Senatorial campaign
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Miss Van Rensselaer's letters from Florida
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Miss Van Rensselaer's letters from Europe 1923
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Death of Martha Van Rensselaer: obituary notices, announcements
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Death of Martha Van Rensselaer: letters of sympathy, May 1932 (fld. 5); June 1-15, 1932 (fld. 6)
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Death of Martha Van Rensselaer: letters of sympathy, June 16-December 1:2, 1932 (fld.7); telegrams, lists, funeral flower cards (fld. 8)
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Death of Martha Van Rensselaer: resolutions adopted by various groups
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Death of Martha Van Rensselaer: Journal of Home Economics article
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Short stories by Martha Van Rensselaer
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Speeches and articles by Martha Van Rensselaer
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Memorial Library - Randolph
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Correspondence re Martha Van Rensselaer; bookshelf prior to move to Mann Library
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Martha Van Rensselaer bookshelf in Albert R. Mann. Library
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Biography of Martha Van Rensselaer by Carolyn M. Percival
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Miscellaneous biographical data on Martha Van Rensselaer
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Miscellaneous biographical sketches of Martha Van Rensselaer
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Clippings - 12 famous women. (Oversize clippings on notable women located in mapcase drawer.)
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Miscellany
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Home Economics staff meetings (minutes) 5/19/13-4/12/15
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Home Economics staff meetings (minutes) 6/8/15-3/3/19 & index
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Horne Economics staff meetings (minutes) 9/30/19-12/5/21
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Home Economics staff meetings (minutes) 1/10/22-1/20/25 & index
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Flora Rose - family background
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Flora Rose - life before Cornell days
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Articles about Flora Rose
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Personal correspondence of & about Flora Rose 1906-24 (f1d.3 1931-70, n.d. (fld. 32)
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Correspondence of Flora Rose with Homemakers on food problems, to 1921
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Correspondence of Flora Rose with newspaper, magazine and book editors, to 1921
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Letters from Flora Rose 1923
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Letters - Flora Rose to staff 1928-29 (while at Teachers' College)
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Letters of Flora Rose to staff 1932-38 (fld. 37); 1940-44 (fld. 38)
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Interview with Flora Rose c. 1953 with Mary Phillips
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Family Life Course 111, 1929 (Flora Rose)
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Flora Rose's class notes - Family Life 300
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Report on survey of Belgian children - Flora Rose, 1923
 
Miss Rose's Nutrition Health Study of 5,000 Belgian School Children, 1923 [subseries]:
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Correspondence, criticism of, and outline of thesis; directions for presenting to committee; also includes printed forms used and tables 1922-28
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Chapters I-VI; with photographs of some graphs
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Notes and papers used in thesis (fld. 15 has many pinned pages)
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Tables
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Handwritten and typescript drafts (marked "Kill but Keep")
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Papers on topics including vitamins, insulin, and rickets
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Miscellaneous notes, pages, and papers
 
Belgian medals - Museum items (330-338)
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Applications for housing- Belgian-(oversized)
These items were removed from box 52 and transferred to box 40

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Scrapbook-type item (without covers) - letters to editor of the Delineator, 1922-23
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Clippings from the Delineator mounted on oaktag pages, 1919-20
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Pages from the Delineator, 1921-23
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Pages from the Delineator, 1919-24
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Clippings from the Delineator (mounted), 1921
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"Home Economics Scrap Book for 1923" - Delineator articles, mounted
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"Home Helps Scrap Book, 1923-25" - mounted Delineator articles
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Typed list of Delineator articles authored by MVR; loose Delineator articles
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Governor's Commission on Rural Homes - Flora Rose, 1931
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International Management Congress - Flora Rose, 1938
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Milbank Foundation of Cattaraugus County - Flora Rose: 1923-May 1924 (fld. 4); June 1924-January 1925 (fld. 5); February 1925-May 1925 (fld. 5); June-December 1925 (fld. 7)
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Milbank Fund Experiment, Cattaraugus County, continued 1926 (fld. 8); 1927 (fld. 9); 1928, n.d. (fld. 10)
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Milkorns and milkwheats food products - Flora Rose, 1933-34 January-March 1933 (fld. 11); April 1933-March 1934 (fld. 1 April 1934-june 1934, n.d. (fld. 13); n.d. (fld. 14)
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Milk Publicity Bureau - Flora Rose: September 1934-January 1936 (fld. 15); printed material (fld. 16)
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Mount Morris Tuberculosis Sanitorium - Flora Rose, 1939-40
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Rural Electrification Committee - Flora Rose, 1935 (fld- 18)
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World Dairy Congress Association - Flora Rose, 1923
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Articles by Flora Rose
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Flora Rose - notes and manuscripts of her speeches; 1923-1938 (fld. 24); n.d. (fld. 25)
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Miss Rose - committees - organizations, subscriptions, etc.1932-1936
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Portrait Fund - Miss Rose
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Miss Rose's portrait
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Transcription of interview: Miss Flora Rose and Mrs. Mary G. Phillips, October 27, 1954
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Personal relationship: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose
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Flora Rose: biographical sketches and data
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Inauguration of Governor Lehman - Flora Rose
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Resolutions on Miss Rose's retirement - 1940
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Flora Rose - Retirement Dinner, 1940: September 1937- June 1940 (folder 34); June 1940-April 1951, n.d. (folder 35)
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Death of Flora Rose
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Clippings about Flora Rose
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Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose - appointment as first women professors at Cornell University
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Manual of Homemaking: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose - 1914-1915 (fld. 39); 1916-1920 (fld. 40); 1921-1925 (fld. 41); miscellany (fld. 42)
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Tea rooms operated by Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose
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Mooseheart, (Ill.) Lab. for Child Research: Van Rensselaer, Rose, 1930's - correspondence 1932-1934 (folder 44); conference minutes, 1929 (Eld. 45); 1930 study (folder 46); reports (folder 47); reports, reprints (folder 48)
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Roosevelt Inaugurals - invitations to MVR & FR
 
White House Conference on Child Health, November 19-22, 1930 [subseries]:
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WHC correspondence, 1929
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WHC correspondence, 1930
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WHC correspondence, 1931
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WHC correspondence, 1932
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White House Conference
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WHC abstracts and papers
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WHC paper: The Management of Activities and Abilities in the Home; Ruth Lindquist
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WHC: MVR papers
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WHC: MVR papers
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WHC follow-up
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WHC printed material
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WHC Happenings
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WHC clippings
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Health Education Program reports
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Nutrition Program reports
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Clara Brown (Arney) - evaluation of the College - 1944
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Home Economics Faculty: Hazel M. Hauck & M. G. Phillips
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Home Economics Faculty: K. Reeves
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Home Economics Faculty: A. J. Warner
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Sarah G. Blanding (fld. 9 includes photographs)
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Sarah Blanding's reception, 1941
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Dean Helen Canoyer (mostly press releases)
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Early writings on philosophy of Home Economics Education; miscellaneous historical data
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Home Economics at Cornell
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Bill to promote instruction and research in Home Economics 1900
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Outlines of History of Home Economics at Cornell
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Clippings, other mementos of early history of Home Economics at Cornell
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Advisory Group of Citizens Meeting, December 5, 1919
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Advisory Group of Citizens Meeting, December 8 & 9, 1919
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Advisory Group of Citizens Meeting, December 17, 1919
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Advisory Group of Citizens Meeting, January 9, 1920
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MVR and FR awards
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Belgium - Decoration
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Case for Van Rensselaer and Rose medals from Belgium
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Letters from Belgium: Miss Van Rensselaer, Miss Rose, 1923
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Work in Belgium: Miss Rose & Miss Van Rensselaer - correspondence - including Herbert Hoover, Belgium, etc
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Establishing School of Home Economics - 1919
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College Bill -- work on, 1919
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Advisory Group of Citizens Meeting, November 18 & 19, 1919
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College Bill work on, 1920
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College Bill work on, 1921-22
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College Bill work on, 1923
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College Bill work on, 1924
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College Bill - work on, 1925
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Proposed College of Home Economics - resolutions of organizations
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Proposed College of Home Economics - reports of conferences
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Proposed College of Home Economics - legislative bills
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Proposed College of Home Economics - 1920-21 teaching workreport
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Proposed College of Home Economics - 1920-21 Extension work
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Proposed College of Home Economics - Advisory Committee
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Miscellaneous data on College Bill (undated)
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Celebration of passage of College Bill, 1925
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College Annual Report -1909-1910
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College Annual Report -1910-1911
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College Annual Report -1912-1913
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College Annual Report -1913-1914
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College Annual Report -1915-1916
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College Annual Report -1916-1917
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College Annual Report -1917-1918
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College Annual Report -1917-1920
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College Annual Report -1918-1919
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College Annual Report -1919-1920
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College Annual Report -1920-1921
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College Annual Report -1921-1922
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College Annual Report -1922-1923
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College Annual Report -1923-1924
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Development and Trends in the organization of the New York State College of Home Economics 8/15/36
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Various reports - 1941
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"Development of Home Economics at Cornell University" - (photocopy and mimeograph)
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"Pioneering in Educational Administration" (mostly carbon typescript): pp. 1-50
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"Pioneering in Educational Administration" - pp. 51-100
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"Pioneering in Educational Administration" - pp. 101-150
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"Pioneering in 'Educational Administration" - pp. 151-199
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Home Economics Faculty Legislation
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Department of Housing and Design
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Archives - Department of Housing and Design
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Departmental Archives - desk file
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Flora Rose's College History - original - 1940; (with many pins), 1940 annual report
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1940 Annual Report. A Growing College: Home Economics at Cornell University, Part 11, 1940-1965, by Esther H. Stocks. (carbon typescript)
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Notes by Martha Van Rensselaer about herself