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   Container / Location    Title
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Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletins [subseries]:
  67  
The Interior Quality of Market Eggs
  67  
Two Factors Causing Variation in the Weight of Print Butter
 
Sizes of Purchasing Centers of New York Farm Families
  99  
Organization of the Sewing Center in the Home
  99  
An Economic Study of Food Consumed by Farm and Village Families in Central New York
  99  
The Family Finances of 195 Farm Families in Tompkins County, New York, 1927-1928
  99  
Buying for the Household as Practiced by 368 Farm Families in New York, 1928-1929
  99  
A Study of the Food Habits and Health of Farm Families in Tompkins County, New York
  99  
A Study of Practices in Feeding Infants
  99  
Clothing Purchased by Farm Families in Tompkins County, New York, 1927-1928
  99  
The Control of Aphids on House Plants
  99  
Ornamental Trees for New York State: Their Landscape Value and Care
  99  
History, Culture, and Varieties of Summer-Flowering Phloxes
  99  
Pools for Home Grounds
  99  
The Bearded Iris
  99  
Ten-Year Report of Studies in Child Development and Parent Education
  104  
Green Sprouting Seed Potatoes
  99  
Garden Roses
  104  
Influence of Storage Temperature and Humidity on Seed Value of Potatoes
  99  
A Study of Price Differences in Retail Grocery Stores in New York State
  99  
The Planting and Care of Shrubs and Trees
  99  
The Culinary Quality of Apples as Determined by the Use of New York State Varieties
  99  
Some Comparisons Between Analyses and Film Records of Behavior and Guidance of Children
  99  
The Morphology of the Apple and Other Pome Fruits
  99  
The Rock Garden
  99  
Use of Time in Its Relation to Home Management
  99  
Installment Credit in the Sale of Washing Machines
  99  
Consumer Buying of Potatoes and Store Offerings
  99  
Relative Economy of Nutrients in Servings of Some Commonly Used Foods
  99  
Potatoes in Institution Food Service
  99  
Some Effects of the Height of Ironing Surface on the Worker
  99  
Personal and Family Values in the Choice of a Home
  67  
Functional Kitchen Storage
  99  
Family Laundry Practices and Costs
  99  
Relative Cost of Nutrients in a Serving of Food
  104  
Flavor Evaluation Procedures
  99  
Cake Quality and Batter Structure
  99  
Housing Preferences of Farm Families in the Northeast
  99  
Oxygen Consumed in Household Tasks
  99  
Housing and Journey to Work
  99  
Guides for Arrangement of Urban Family Kitchens
  99  
Rural Housing in New York State
  99  
Clothing Inventories of Outerware-103 New York Farm Families
  99  
Psychological Effects of Clothing-part II
  99  
Psychological Effects of Clothing-part III
  99  
Psychological Effects of Clothing-part IV
  99  
Social Change in a Central New York Rural Community
  99  
Fringe Families and their Social Participation
  99  
Adjustment to Retirement in Rual New York State
  99  
The Changing Farm Housing Inventory
  99  
Household Inventory and Use of Selected Milk FOrms in Two New York State Communities
  99  
Laundering, Dry Cleaning, and Abrasion STudies of Eight WInter Cottons and a Rayon-Acetate Fabric
  99  
Whiteness of Pillowcases Laundered in 206 New York State Homes
  99  
Work Before and After Addition of Functional Storage Devices in Home Kitchens
  99  
Trips Between Centers in Kitchens for 100 Meals
  99  
Consumer Satisfaction with Men's Shirts and with Women's Slips and Casual Street Dresses
  99  
The Elderly and Their Housing
  99  
Laundering, Drycleaning, and Abrasion Studies of Eleven Two-Fiber Mixed or Blended-Fiber Fabrics
  99  
Financial Management Practices of Families with Steady or Fluctuating Incomes
  67  
Your Road to Better Meetings
  99  
Consumer Satisfaction With Men's Shirts and With Women's Slips and Casual Street Dresses
  99  
Factos Related to Satisfaction with Girls' Blouses and Slips
  99  
Facts About Floor Care
  67  
Classification Systems: Household Expenditures Data and Household Accounts
  99  
Dishwashers-How to Choose-How to Use
  67  
Properties of Textile Upholstery Fabrics and Their Importance to Consumer Satisfaction