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Food and Nutrition Research- Veronica Meryhort HNF -(deceased) - early 70's
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A woman using a blender
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Sylvia de la Paz using a "Digestion Rack" for chemical identities
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A woman setting up a titration stand
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A woman using a large mortar and pestle
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Catherine Personius as Professor in center/rear
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Frances Johnston, and Sister St. Jeanne (2 pictures)
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Kay Newman - Nutrition Dept
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A woman working in the green room
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Molly Briant - Nutrition Dept
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A classroom scene
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H. Elizabeth Hester in 3rd on the right, and five other women in a conference room
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A WNBF-TV kitchen show (three pictures)
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A man setting up a dishwasher, and a woman watching him
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Prof. Frances Johnston does a study with four subjects
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Three more subjects wait for the food study to begin
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A study to measure the oxygen consumption of the homemaker using an iron. An Ithaca housewife is being tested
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Two chemists doing tests
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The basement room in Morrill Hall where Martha Van Rensselaer started her work. Her first work was designed to relieve the drudgery of farm women's labor, early 1900
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Saovanee Sudsaneh uses a computing machine to calculate data for her master's thesis
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Saovanee Sudsaneh measuring out food on a scale for a young girl in a village in Thailand
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Two women processing quarts of milk at the college lab
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Virginia Howse, a graduate student in Food and Nutrition, tests a sample of raw cabbage
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A woman studying the contents of a test tube
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Joan Hillsley and Marilyn Steffen participate in a hair analysis project
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Joan Hillsley and Marilyn Steffen participate in a research study on nutrients lost in hair
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Stray hairs are hosed off a plastic sheet by Anna Rodriquez
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Three women doing a chemistry exp
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a woman in a chemistry lab
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A mirror image print of the above picture
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A food and nutrition laboratory
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A woman in a chemistry lab
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Same as above
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Eulalia Lim, a graduate student from the Philippines studies the effect of a microwave on food
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Lenton, at a microwave
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A woman in a chemistry lab
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A student studies the effect of freezing on spinach, 1950
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Research for Food and Nutrition with Guinea Pigs - Evelyn Lorenza, youngest PhD in the college of HUMEC, 1946
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Two women are subjects in the iron metabolism study - Eleanor Williams, and Ruth Ingalls
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Miss Eleanor Williams in the iron study
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Miss Ruth Ingalls in the iron study
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Two women using a mouse for a research study
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A woman putting liquids in test tubes
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Dr. Faith Fenton demonstrates electronic oven cooking