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   Container / Location    Title
 
Miscellaneous [subseries]:
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Photo from early 1900s of two women baking; Photo from early 1900s community canning class; Photo of women students working in shop class, molding metal
  59  
Consumers' Conference Luncheon, held at the Hotel Syracuse -Bond Bread (panorama)
  77  
A relaxing scene by the fireplace. Some women are knitting, some reading, some talking
  77  
A cafeteria scene at the register
  77  
Two women tying bags
  77  
A girl from the Ithaca Senior High School
  77  
A woman taking another woman's temperature. One appears to be a nurse
  77  
Some women fixing broken chairs
  77  
A woman restringing a bench
  77  
A woman being interviewed in an office by two other women (two pictures)
  77  
Two sisters posing for their school picture
  77  
An old picture of a woman ironing
  77  
A woman sitting at a man's feet
  77  
An example of how to make Christmas toys yourself (old photo)
  77  
Three women sewing and chatting
  77  
Chemung County Fair
  77  
Students learning to sew in a classroom
  77  
Girls studying in a room
  77  
Two people in an old style kitchen
  77  
A student enjoys reading "Teen-Age Mystery Classics", 1950
  77  
Merna Samples (Center) listens to a talk on baking in someone's home. Four other people are also listening, while one woman is giving the talk
  77  
Two women are discussing the results they receive from their computer printout
  77  
A student teacher talks with a class about the seven main food groups one should include in one's diet everyday. A class of farm women listens to a lecture on fabrics and textiles
  77  
Four young women and a teacher go visiting an elderly woman in the community (three photos) A number of students learn how to use a washing machine, 1956
  77  
Three students bake a cake together. They are learning to cream and fold the batter for Home Economics Education. A group of farm women knead and roll bread dough together
  77  
A student teacher demonstrating the ways a body moves using a wooden dummy. The title of the class is "Let your body work for you!"
  77  
A woman and a young girl serve a dinner that includes a member of each of the seven basic food groups
  77  
A student is admiring her reflection in a mirror. It is in the practice apartment three young children play with newborn mice at a laboratory. a group of women are having a serious discussion at a conference table, 1950
  77  
An exhibit for the SUNY Home Economics educational opportunities. "Offers Home Economics Education for your daughter after high school"
  77  
A woman in the infirmary is visited by a nurse and two friends
  77  
Women creating a lining for a drawer
  77  
4-H group in Ithaca: Two women demonstrate a drawer to four girls
  77  
Three women listen to records
  77  
Girl Scouts peeling potatoes, 1948
  77  
A man and woman cooking in a small kitchen area
  77  
A man and woman sanding and cleaning wood furniture
  77  
A woman showing some onlookers how to peel an orange
  77  
A group of women sewing together
  77  
Two students bringing food to an elderly woman
  77  
A woman reupholstering a chair, 1946
  77  
Three women testing out a shoe rack that they made
  77  
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davies (building maintenance supervisor)examine the floor plans of their home, July 1961
  77  
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davies
  77  
Mr. Davies' retirement party
  77  
College movie for Voice of America, Five women and a man sitting on a couch
  101  
Poultry Culling Demonstration
  101  
Home demonstration
  101  
Community Dinner early 1900s
  101  
Engineering 1931 ,donated by Hannah Blumenthal Brown
  101  
Demonstration Train
  101  
Housekeeping Leaders-Summer School, 1934
  101  
Pantry with canned goods, 1947
  101  
Play from 1920
  101  
Student report with photos-Kitchen Efficiency in the Shoves Family
  101  
Children in kitchen
  101  
Home demonstration
  101  
Demonstrating household chores and good posture, 1915-1921 (4 photos)
  101  
Living Room-Decorated with greens, 1915