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Foreign Students and Visitors: African Woman [subseries]:
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African Women (visiting Cornell), and Education
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Professors at a lecture, 1967 or 1968
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Hazel Sadoc - foreign student, 1948
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Dr. Moffett in center; college of Education, Cortland, New York (accompanied by visiting African Women)
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Ki Yull Lee of Kyunggi-Dri, Korea; July 7, 1955 foreign student
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African Women and Female Professors
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Group Picture of Visiting African Women
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Three Female Professors Talking in Classroom
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Newspaper Cutout: "African Women Visit in Iowa", 1961
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Article from Des Moines Sunday Register, September 10, 1961 "Treated Better Here Than in Homeland, African Says"
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Pamela Ogot (from Kenya) shows the nursery school children in the College of Home Economics how to play a zebra-skin drum (includes Mirian Taitz, Martha Raimon)
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Rita Raymond talks with two African women about Extension
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Frances Grauman talks about an Extension class with Victoria Mutswairo of Rhodesia
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Frances Grauman, Dorothy Johnson and Victoria Mutswairo (of Southern Rhodesia) discuss topics of Extension Classes
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Three African Women, visitors to the College, at a faculty picnic
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Two African Women at a Barbecue
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Two African Women dance and sing for College Professors, and other visitors, in the Big Red Barn
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A picture of eight African Women on a bus
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Group picture of the African Women Visitors
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Two African Women examine an exhibit of Cornell Extension Homemaking Bulletins
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An Assembly of the African Women in front of a bus
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Miss Dorice A. C. Martinson, from Ghana
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A warm handshake between Anne Row (Extension leader from Mexico, New York), and Margaret Kitchener Olowu (from Nigeria)
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The African visitors are showing the children of the nursery school at the College of Home Economics at Cornell how to play a zebra-skin drum
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Mrs. Olusola S. Banjo of Nigeria at barbecue
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Verna A. Carley of the Agency for International Development and Mrs. Samira Seif of Zanzibar talking
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Miss Dorice Martinson of Ghana makes a point in a discussion with food and nutrition Extension specialist, Prof. Marjorie Burns