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Student Teaching-Trumansburg [subseries]:
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Two boys understand the difference and value of fabric choices. A student teacher helps them, 1950
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A group of boys learn about insurance from a male speaker
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A group of boys learn the value of well-made furniture from Karl Baldwin, owner of Baldwin furniture store in Trumansburg (2 photos)
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Two boys lift a table in order to set up for their class
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One young man hammers in a new section for the kitchen closet
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A young man carefully follows instructions on folding a shirt
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Two boys make cupcakes
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A group of boys learn about an adding machine with their teacher
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A young man and his teacher laugh as he puts away a bowl in the kitchen
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Russell, Francis and Linda Doig sit and enjoy some quiet family time in
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The Doig living room
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Harriet Marranca interviews Francis Doig while Linda Doig looks on,
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Two boys, Townseed and Cramer, learn how to choose ties and socks. - 60's
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A minister talks to a group of boys: Alan Shriner, Richard Wright, James Wright, Ed Lokken, Richard Freelove, Wayne Reynolds, Gerald Butterfield, Robert Harding, Charles Austic, and Jack Ellis; the minister is Reverend Milton Jefferson (1955-57)
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Four young men learn to bake a cake: Bob Harding, Doug Freelove, Jack Ellis, Charles Austic
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Charles Austic, Doug Freelove, and Bob Harding learn to put on a tie
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Ed Lokken, Bob Harding, Charles Austic (standing), and Doug Freelove,
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Jack Ellis, Richard Wright (kneeling) are planting a small tree
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Richard Wright is taking Wayne Reynold's pulse
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A class is making a schedule for nursery school children
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A group of young men are measuring a window
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Jack Ellis brings a meal to an older woman in bed
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Reverend Milton Jefferson talks to a group of young men
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Five young men learn how to bake bread in a Trumansburg classroom
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Don Sincebaugh and Tom Holman eating with 2 other men, 1946
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Three young men learning to resew a button
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A man putting together an electrical circuit while a woman looks on
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A young man learning how to iron
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A young man learning how to set a table
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Three men learning their way around a freezer
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Two men shaking hands
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A family setting where the father is carving the roast
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Francis Doig (Center), and Linda Doig, daughter being interviewed
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A number of young women at a tea
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Student teachers, Rose Fortune, and Eileen Carbery, arrive at Trumansburg Central School - 1946
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The druggist views the exhibit on stain removal which a group of 9th grade girls and Miss Carbery are placing in his store window. - 1946
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Homemaking room in Trumansburg High School (now middle school)
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Russell Doig, principal, standing in doorway