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Series XII. Printed Material [series]:
 
Preliminary Report: Land-Grant Colleges and Universities, U.S. Department of the Interior
  44  
FYE June 30, 1934; Circular No. 136
  44  
FYE June 30, 1935; Circular No. 149
  44  
FYE June 30, 1936; Circular No. 168
  44  
FYE June 30, 1938; Circular No. 176
  44  
Program of the Homemakers' Conference, New York State College of Agriculture, Cornell University
  44  
Program of the Annual Convention of the Association of Land-Grant Colleges
 
The University of the State of New York Bulletin
  44  
"Suggestions to the Rural Teachers on the Selection of Their Own Diet"
  44  
"Nutrition Units for the Junior High School"
  44  
"Nutrition Notes for Teachers"
  44  
"The Rural Hot Lunch as a Health and Social Activity"
  44  
New York State College of Home Economics Calendar of Scheduled Meetings and Administrative Dates
  44  
Home Economics at Cornell University
  44  
Home Economics at Cornell, no date
  44  
Are You Weighing Your Future? Consider Natural Science and Home Economics. Single sheet, no date
 
New York State College of Home Economics at Cornell University
  44  
The Sanitary Code of the State of New York: Chapter III - Milk and Cream
  44  
New York State Department of Health: Pasteurization of Milk
 
Merrill-Palmer School of Homemaking of Detroit
  44  
Calendar
  44  
Announcement of Courses
  44  
History and Program
  44  
Annual Reports
  44  
Seven booklets: Cattataugus County Public Schools
  44  
The Quarterly Journal of the New York State Historical Association, 5.4
  44  
The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, 57.3
  102  
College Study of Students Entering-Classes
  102  
Booklet written in commemoration of the Land-Grant Centennial "State College of Home Economics at C.U."
  102  
Budgets-College Budgets
  88  
Publications of the New York State Emergency Food Commission
  88  
Victory Garden Publications
  45  
What's Different About a College Education in Home Economics, by Theresa Humphreyville
  45  
Article from April 13, 1953 Newsweek "Nutrition Program at Cornell: Fatter Cows, Slimmer Women"
  45  
Article from Life "The Making of a Home"
  45  
Home Economics in Print , by Helen Canon
  45  
Some Views of the State College of Agriculture Cornell University
  45  
The Cornell Countryman
  45  
Home Economics News,
  45  
Home Economics News,
  45  
Home Economics News,
  45  
Home Economics Reminder,
  45  
The Touch Box,
  45  
Various publications sent to Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose and related correspondence
  45  
Articles and publications from Belgium
  45  
Various articles collected by Catherine Personius concerning home economics research
  99  
A Study of Women's Opinions of Two Women's Opinions of Two Extension Homemaking Bulletins
  99  
Extension's Role in Education for Living
  99  
Hi! I'm IRA, Your Informative Iron, I Have Some Important Information to Give you About my Favorite Subject-Me
 
Cornell Reading Course for Farmers' Wives [subseries]:
  46  
Saving Steps - Original bulletin
  46  
Practical Housekeeping
  46  
Saving Steps - second printing
  46  
Practical Housekeeping - Part II
  46  
Food for the Farmer's Family
  46  
Flowers and the Flower-Garden
  46  
Discussion Paper on Farmers' Reading Course Bulletin No.15
  46  
The Rural School and the Farm Home
  104  
Boys and Girls on the Farm
  46  
Farm Home Industries
  46  
Discussion Paper on Farmers' Reading Course Bulletin No.19
  46  
Insect Pests of House and Garden
  46  
Suggestions on Home Sanitation
  46  
Saving Strength
  46  
Saving Strength
  46  
The Laundry
  46  
Bacteriology of the Household
  46  
Human Nutrition Part I
  46  
Human Nutrition Part II
 
The Cornell Reading Courses for the Farm Home [subseries]:
  46  
The Care and Feeding of Children Part I
  46  
The Care and Feeding of Children Part II
  46  
Incubation-Part I
  46  
Household Decoration
  46  
Household Furnishing
  46  
Reading in the Farm Home
  46  
Feeding Young Chickens
  46  
The Improvement of the Woodlot
  46  
Horse Breeding to Increase the Farm Income
  46  
Alfalfa for New York
  46  
The Preservation of Food in the Home - Part I
  46  
The Preservation of Food in the Home - Part II
  46  
The Laundry
  46  
Cornell Study Clubs
  46  
Principles of Jelly-Making
  46  
The Preservation of Food in the Home - Part I
  46  
The Preservation of Food in the Home - Part II
  46  
The Preservation of Food in the Home - Part III
  46  
The Culture of the Currant and the Gooseberry
  46  
Rules for Cleaning
  46  
Saving Strength
  46  
Choice and Care of Utensils
  46  
Cost of Food
  46  
Hotbed Construction and Management
  46  
Household Bacteriology
  46  
Composition of Milk and Some of its Products- includes discussion paper
  46  
Vegetable Gardening
  46  
Home-Garden Planning
  104  
Home Economics at the New York State College of Agriculture
  46  
The Farmhouse
  46  
Rules for Planning the Family Dietary
  46  
Tilth and Tillage of the Soil
  46  
Methods of Breeding Oats
  46  
The Box Luncheon
  46  
Hints on Choosing Textiles
  46  
Culture of the Cherry
  46  
A Canning Business for the Farm Home
  46  
Programs for Study Clubs in Home Economics
  46  
Suggestions for the Health of Children
  46  
Dandelions as Food
  46  
Ways of Using Rhubarb
  46  
Planning the Home Kitchen
  46  
Waste of Meat in the Home - Part II
  46  
Household Accounts
  46  
Milk: A Cheap Food
  46  
The Culture of Garden Roses
  46  
Short Cuts for the Home Dietitian
  46  
Food Preservation: A National Challenge
  46  
Rearing Chickens Brooder House Construction
  46  
Drying Fruits and Vegetables in New York State
  46  
Preparation of Eggs For Market
  46  
Cornmeal Once a Day
  46  
Make Every Crumb Count
  46  
Cereals in the Diet
  46  
When Potatoes Are Plentiful
  46  
Preserving Vegetables with Salt
  46  
Civic Duties of Women
  46  
How to Use the Apple Crop
  46  
Sugar-Saving Desserts and Confections
  46  
The Country Theater
  46  
The Peony: A Flower for the Farmer
  46  
Making Butter on the Farm
 
The Cornell Reading Courses [subseries]:
  46  
Household Insects and Methods of Control
  46  
Humas in the Soil (Includes Discussion Paper)
  46  
A Story of Certain Table Furnishings
  46  
Culture of the Blackberry
  46  
The Christmas Festival
  46  
The Dairy Herd-includes discussion paper
  46  
Planting the Home Vegetable Garden- includes discussion paper
  46  
Practical Horse-Breeding- includes discussion paper
  46  
Rice and Rice Cookery
  46  
A Syllabus of Lessons for Extension Schools in Home Economics
  46  
Sewage Disposal for Country Homes
  46  
Farm Butter-Making
  46  
Methods of Determining the Value of Timber in the Farm Woodlot- includes discussion paper
  46  
Attic Dust and Treasures
  46  
The Rural School and The Community- includes discussion paper
  46  
The Young Woman on the Farm
  46  
Meadows in New York
  46  
Farmhouse Amusements for Girls and Boys
  46  
Canning Clubs in New York State - Part I -Organization
  46  
Canning Clubs in New York State - Part II-Principles and Methods of Canning
  46  
Canning Clubs in New York State - Part III-Canning Equipment
  46  
Making Cake - Part I
  46  
Making Cake-Part II
  46  
Raising Vegetables for Canning
  46  
The Arrangement of Household Furnishings
  46  
The Decorative Use of Flowers
  46  
Beans and Similar Vegetables as Food
  46  
The Life of Primitive Woman
  46  
Farm Home Demonstration Schools
  46  
The Fireless Cooker and its Uses
  46  
The Surroundings of the Farm Home
  46  
Keeping Christmas
  46  
Waste of Meat in the Home Part I
 
The Cornell Reading Course for the Home [subseries]:
  46  
A Program of Thrift for New York State
  46  
Making A Budget
  46  
How to Keep a Cash Account
  46  
What to Spend for Food
  46  
Points in Selecting the Daily Food
  46  
Questions for Group Discussions on Thrift
  46  
Club Programs on Thrift
  46  
Economics of a Sound House
  46  
Economics of Good Furnishing
  46  
Use More Cheese
  46  
Household Insects and Their Control
  46  
Food Preservation
  46  
The Home Laundry
  46  
Saving Strength in the Household
  46  
Permanent Gains From the Food Conservation Movement
 
Cornell Junior Extension Bulletins [subseries]:
  46  
First Lessons in Sewing
  46  
Elementary Garment Making
  46  
The Vegetable Garden
  46  
Raising Pigs
  46  
First Lessons in Food Study
  46  
Poultry Keeping for Boys and Girls
  46  
Food Project Programs
  46  
Poultry Keeping for Junior Poultrymen
  46  
Fifty Common Trees of New York
  46  
The 4-H Handbook
  104  
Tying Knots and Splicing Rope
  46  
School Lunch and Breakfast for the 4-H Club Girl
  46  
Underclothing for the 4-H Club Girl
  46  
4-H Club Member's Record Book
  104  
The 4-H Handbook-Part I
  104  
4-H Club Member's Record Book
  104  
4-H Club Member's Record Book-Major Foods: and Nutritian
  104  
4-H Handbook-Parts IV and V
  46  
Sewing Equipment for the 4-H Club Girl
  46  
Clothing Construction Processes
  104  
4-H Club Member's Record Book-Major: Home Furnishing
  46  
If Food Could Talk
  104  
4-H Vegetable Growing
  46  
Leaders' Guide for Standard to Health Achievement Record
  46  
The 4-H Club Boy: His Clothes and his Appearance
  46  
Homemade and Remodeled Furniture
  46  
Window Treatment
  46  
Clothes Closets and Their Equipment
  46  
The Selection and Arrangement of Furniture
  46  
Smaller Furnishings for a Girl's Room
  46  
Introductions
  46  
What Foods to Eat and Why
  46  
Homemade and Remodeled Furniture
  46  
4-H Club Leadership
 
Cornell 4-H Club Bulletins [subseries]:
  104  
Farm and Home Labor Record
  104  
The Selection and Arrangement of Furniture I. The Girl's Room Series for 4-H Club Work
  104  
Advanced 4-H Potato Record Supplement
  104  
4-H Home Grounds Improvement Record
  104  
4-H Poultry Record
  104  
Clothing Handbook for 4-H Club Leaders
  46  
Let's Cook
  104  
Advanced 4-H Home Garden Record Supplement
  46  
Conserve Our Soil, Forest and Wildlife
  104  
The 4-H Way
  104  
Know Your Trees
  46  
Guiding the 4-H Club
  104  
Woodlot Improvement Managing the Woodlot
  46  
Dress Fastenings
  104  
Lawn Games for 4H Club Boys and Girls
  46  
Program of Songs, Games and Folk Dances for 4-H Clubs
  46  
Rope Work
  46  
Cakes, Pies, Yeast Rolls, and Bread
  104  
Care and Adjustment of the Sewing Machine
  46  
The abc's of Cooking
  46  
Pheasant Management
  104  
The 4-H Way
  46  
Flower Arrangement
  46  
Refreshments for Teas
  46  
Quick Breads and Cookies
  46  
Muffins and Quick-Loaf Breads
  104  
Refreshments for Buffets
  104  
How to Make an Adjustable Rope Halter
  46  
Cakes and Pies
  104  
Care and Adjustment of the Sewing Machine
  46  
Inviting Bird Neighbors
  104  
The Club Member and the Leader
  46  
Refreshments for Teas
  46  
As Others See You
  46  
Understanding Club Members
  46  
Refreshments for Buffets
  46  
Homemade Cakes
  46  
Flower Arrangement
  109  
Quick Breads and Cookies
  46  
Some Facts About Baking
  104  
Homemade Cakes
  46  
Homemade Cakes
  46  
Quick Breads and Cookies
 
Wartime Conservation Bulletins [subseries]:
  46  
What to do About Beans
  46  
Potatoes for Patriotism
  46  
For the Meatless Day
  46  
Sugarless Sweets
  46  
Milk as Meat and Drink
  46  
Wheat Saving Bread
 
Wartime Emergency Bulletins [subseries]:
  46  
Vitamin Chart
  46  
How to Prepare for Blackouts
  46  
Eat Less Sugar for Country and Health
  46  
Wise Use and Care of an Electric Refrigerator
  46  
A Mobile Kitchen
  46  
Safe Use and Care of a Pressure Cooker
  46  
Eat Well to Work Well
  46  
Wartime Food Reserves at Home
  46  
How to Cook Dry Beans
  46  
How to Cook Dry Beans
  46  
Let's Save Fats
  46  
Neighborhood Fun
  46  
Meals With and Without Meat
  46  
How to Cook Poultry
  46  
Mental Health in Wartime
  46  
Vegetables in Victory Meals
  46  
Care and Adjustment of the Sewing Machine
  46  
Bread and Whole-Grain Cereals
  46  
The Food Supply for the Family
  46  
Convenience in Canning and in Storing Canned Food
  46  
When Children are Together
  46  
Simple Repairs of Upholstered Furniture
  46  
Simple Repairs of Wood Furniture
  46  
Varieties of Vegetables and Fruits for Freezing
  46  
Save Bedding I
  46  
Saving Bedding II
  46  
Curing Meats
  46  
College catalog
  46  
Quizzes that accompany bulletins
  46  
Quizzes that accompany bulletins
  46  
Quizzes that accompany bulletins
  46  
Circular giving information about the Cornell Farmers' Reading-Course.
 
Volumes [subseries]:
  47  
Records, Faculty of Home Economics; Volume 1: 1925-1929; Volume II: 1929-1933
  47  
Appraising the College Program in Home Economics: A Study of Some Procedures. Ruth T. Lehman
  47  
Aesthetic Education. Charles DeGarmo, 1913. Cornell Study Bulletins for Teachers, no. 6
  47  
Art and the Formation of Taste. Lucy Crane, Chautauqua Library Garnet Series
  47  
Trip Around the World. Marion Pfund and Beulah Blackmore
  47  
Letters from Belgium. Flora Rose and Martha Van Rensselaer
  47  
Specification of Labor and Materials Required for Home Economics Building.
  47  
A Study of 952 Graduates of the New York State College of Home Economics. Cornell University
 
Cornell Rural School Leaflets [subseries]:
  66  
Hints on Making Collections of Insects-Teacher's Leaflets
  66  
Nature Study Syllabus
  66  
  66  
  66  
Greetings
  66  
  66  
  66  
Rural School Leaflet Plan for 1915-1916
  66  
Rural School Leaflet Plan for 1916-1917
  66  
The Nature Study of Streams and Ponds
  66  
An Index
  104  
Cornell Rural School Leaflet
  66  
Rural School Leaflet Plan for 1921-1922
  104  
Woody Plants in Autumn
  104  
The Earth and Its Weather
  104  
Amphibia and Reptilia
  104  
The Greatest Show on Earth
  104  
Winter Birds
  104  
Spring Flowers
  66  
Cornell Rural School Leaflet
  66  
Camp Fires and Camp Cookery
  66  
Woody Plants in Winter
  66  
Shore Birds And Game Birds
  104  
Shore Birds and Game Birds
  66, 104  
Pests of Plants, Pets and People
  66  
Cultivated Plants
  66  
Cornell Rural School Leaflet
  66  
Rural School Leaflet Plan for 1925-1926
  66  
Larger Mammals
  66  
Rock Stories
  66  
Moth and Butterflies
  66  
Cornell Rural School Leaflet
  66  
Babes in the Woods
  66  
House Plants
  66  
Domestic Birds
  66  
Cornell Rural School Leaflet
  66  
Fungi
  66  
Rocks and Minerals
  66  
How Things Move and Are Moved
  104  
Cornell Rural School Leaflet
  66  
Liverworts, Mosses, Ferns, and their Kin
  66  
Domestic Mammals
  66  
A Travelog of Birds
  66  
Cornell Rural School Leaflet
  66  
Through the Year
  66  
The Sky at Night
  66  
The Flowers of Woody Plants
  104  
Cornell Rural School Leaflet
  104  
Fall Weeds
  66  
Earth Forms
  66  
How Flora and Fauna Care for Their Young
  66  
Leaflet Service for 1931-1932
  66  
Fall Insects
  66  
In the Woods in Winter
  66  
Garden Flowers
  66  
Cornell Rural School Leaflet
  66  
Poisons, Diseases, Medicines
  66  
Light
  66  
The Marsh in Spring
  66  
Cornell Rural School Leaflet
  66  
Fields in Fall
  66  
Sound
  66  
New Life
  66  
Leaflet Service for 1934-1935
  66  
Fruits of Woody Plants
  66  
Heat
  66  
Made of Earth
  66  
Cornell Rural School Leaflet
  66  
Weight
  66  
Conservation
  66  
Save the Soil
  66  
The Leaflet Service for 1936-1937
  66  
Spiders and Their Kin
  66  
What Happens When?
  66  
Cornell Rural School Leaflet for 1937-1938
  66  
The Sea
  66  
Are They Vermin?
  66  
Homes
  66  
Electricity and Magnetism
  66  
Cornell Rural School Leaflet for 1938-1939
  66  
Waterways in Fall
  66  
What's the Difference?
  66  
Creeping, Sprawling, Climbing Plants
  66  
Cornell Rural School Leaflet
  66  
Farm-Forest Facts
  66  
Fields in Winter
  99  
Waterways in Spring
  66  
Cornell Rural School Leaflet for 1940-1941
  66  
The Finer Side of Life
  66  
You
  66  
Outdoor Living
  66  
Cornell Rural School Leaflet for 1941-1942
  99  
Holes in the Ground
  99  
More About Water
  66  
U.S. Minerals and Us
  99  
Cornell Rural School Leaflet
  99  
Let's Play Safe
  99  
The Mystery and Mastery of the Air
  99  
Wild Foods
  99  
Cornell Rural School Leaflet
  99  
The Mastery of Water
  99  
Little Climates
  66  
Tools for Pounding and Cutting
  66  
Fibers
  66  
The Cornell Nature Study Philosophy
  99, 104  
Over the Ground
  99  
Cover
  99  
Window Laboratories
  99  
Let's See
  99  
The Story of Conservation in New York
  99  
Outdoor Education
  99  
Hedgerows
  66  
Microbes
  99  
More Outdoor Education
  99  
Wildfire
  99  
Snow, Frost, and Ice
  99  
Apple Tree Animals
  99  
Lawn Laboratories
  99  
Wood
  99  
Shell-Bearers
  99  
The Elementary Science Library
  99  
Paved-Desert Laboratories
  99  
Hunters and Hunted
  99  
Fish Bait
  99  
Nature Writings
  99  
Fish and Fishing
  99  
Winter Lunches for Wildlife
  99  
Wooded Laboratories
  99  
Conservation- a handbook for teachers
  99  
Wet Laboratories
  99  
Survival in Winter
  99  
Reptiles
  66  
Teachers' Number
  104  
The Story of Conservation in New York
  99  
Inviting Bird Neighbors
  66  
Outdoor Nature Studies
  104  
Air Laboratories
  104  
Insect Homes
  104  
Woodlands in Spring
  99  
Cornell Nature Study Leaflets
  66  
Electricity and Magnetism
  66  
Let's Measure Distance, Weight and Time
 
Cornell Extension Bulletins [subseries]:
 
Outline of the Relation of the Use of Lime to the Improvement of Soil
  98  
Control of Vegetable Diseases
  98  
Grass and Clover Insects
  98  
How to Select Laying Hens
  98  
The European Corn Borer
  67  
Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics in New York During 1918
  98  
Community Songs
  98  
The Historical Pageant in the Rural Community
  67  
Soldering
  66  
The Flowers that Bloom in the Spring
  104  
The Extension Service
  67  
The Farm Bureau Community Committee and Program of Work
  98  
The Flower Garden
  98  
The Flower Garden (reprint)
  98  
Food-Selection Score Card
  98  
Food-Value Chart
  67  
Play Production for the Country Theatre
  67  
How to Use Apples as Food
  98  
The Gummed-Paper Dress Form-parts II and III
  67  
Fitting the Farm Saws
  98  
Electric Washing Machines
  98  
Portable Electric Vacuum Cleaners
  67  
Milk as a Daily Food
  67  
The Effectiveness of Extension in Reaching Rural People
  98  
Simplifying Home Sewing
  67  
Health and Personal Appearance
  98  
The Gummed-Paper Dress Form
  98  
Artistry in Dress
  98  
Fitting and Using the Dress Form
  98  
Gummed-Paper Dress Form Making, Altering, Covering and Mounting
  98  
Feet and Shoes
  98  
Drafting and Adapting the One-Piece Pattern
  67  
Preservation of Foods
  67  
Program for a Child-Study Club
  67  
The Art of Vegetable Cookery
  67  
Cake
  98  
The Planting and Care of Trees and Shrubs (reprint)
  67  
The Roadside Market
  98  
Home Storage of Vegetables
  98  
The Progressive Home
  67  
Common Insects of the Household
  67  
The Behavior of Children and Adults
  98  
Foods for Pre-School Children
  67  
Eggs
  67  
Low Cost Food for Health
  67  
It Pays to Buy Food Wisely
  67  
The Decorative Use of Flowers
  67  
Subsistence Gardens
  98  
Reconditioning Furniture
  98  
Woody Plants that Tolerate Shade
  98  
Food Budget for Homemade Living
  98  
Slip Covers
  98  
Letters from a Homemaker to her Friend on Household Management
  98  
Letters from a Homemaker to her Friend on House Cleaning
  67  
Homemade Play Material
  67  
Home Canning
  67  
House Cleaning
  104  
Letters from a Homemaker To Her Friend on Kitchen Improvement
  67  
Jellies, Preserves, and Fruit Juices
  67  
Pools for Home Grounds
  104  
Sewage-Disposal Systems for Rural Homes
  67  
Refinishing Old Furniture
  67  
Songs
  67  
Pickles and Relishes
  67  
Cornell Child Study Clubs-Secretary's Record Book
  67  
Cornell Child Study Clubs-Suggestions for Parents, Teachers, and Others who wish to Start a Child Study Group
  67  
A Reading List for Parents
  98  
Lawns Construction and Maintenance
  98  
Children's Clothing
  98  
Sex Education
  98  
Feeding Babies and Mothers of Babies
  98  
The Decorative Use of Flowers
  98  
Clipped Hedges and Their Uses
  98  
Amateur Flower Shows
  104  
The Care of Rabbits
  98  
Home Canning
  104  
Farm Horseshoeing
  98  
A Moth-Proof, Gas-Tight Closet for the Storage of Clothing and Other Woolens
  67  
Clothing for Children
  67  
How to Control your Weight
  98  
Growing Up With Books
  67  
The Purchasing of Sheets and Pillow Cases
  104  
Guidance and Punishment:Some Contrasts
  104  
Making or Marring the Child's Personality Through Emotional Experience
  104  
Rural Government in New York
  104  
Feeding and Care of the Dairy Bull
  104  
Duck Growing
  98  
Pickles and Relishes
  67  
Feeding Pre-School Children
  67  
The Development of a Successful Kitchen
  98  
List of Publications
  67  
Spot and Stain Removal
  98  
A Useful Supply of Kitchenware
  104  
Turkeys
  98  
Fitting and Using the Dress Form
  104  
Feeding the Dairy Cow Efficiently
  104  
Letters from a Homemaker to her Friend on House Cleaning
  104  
Lawns, Construction and Maintenance
  104  
Games for 4H Clubs, Home Bureaus, and Groups in the Home
  98  
Common Insects of the Flower Garden
  104  
Refinishing Old Furniture
  98  
Selection of Electrical Equipment for the Home
  98  
Home and School Lighting
  104  
Refinishing Old Furniture
  98  
List of Publications
  98  
Pickles and Relishes
  104  
Christmas Decorations
  104  
Sex Education
  98  
The Arrangement of Home Furnishings for Comfort, Convenience and Beauty
  104  
Transmission of Power by Means of Pulleys, Belts and Shafts
  98  
Your Money's Worth in Furniture
  67  
Milk and Cheese
  98  
Cornell Family Life Study Clubs
  98  
Reconditioning Furniture
  98  
Kitchen Storage Space
  99  
We Can Kill a Beef or Veal
  104  
Curing Meats
  99  
Potato Growing in New York
  99  
Land Use in New York
  99  
Grinding the Farm Tools
  99  
Cornell Poultry Range Shelter
  98  
How to Make Slip Covers
  98  
Guidance: The Case of Ronald
  104  
Working Principles in Child Guidance
  98  
The Purchasing of Sheets and Pillow Cases
  98  
Making or Marring the Child's Personality Through Emotional Experience
  98  
The Development of a Successful Kitchen
  67  
Starting Vegetable Plants
  67  
Choose a Play and How to Write One
  67  
Eat Apples
  98  
Spot and Stain Removal
  98  
Woody Plants for Shady Places
  104  
Braided Rugs
  98  
The Home Lawn
  98  
Meals for Many
  98  
A Reading List For Parents
  98  
Curtains and Draperies
  98  
Buying Food for the Family
  98  
List of Publications
  98  
The Woman and Her Posture
  98  
Feeding Pre-School Children
  67  
Keeping Clothes Wearable
  104  
Wise Use and Care of an Electric Refrigerator
  67  
How to Make Your Clothes Successful
  98  
Cooking Dehydrated Vegetables
  98  
Canning at Home
  67  
Linoleum & Felt-Base Floor Coverings
  67  
Outdoor Fireplaces
  104  
The Home Freezing of Farm Products
  67  
Drying Fruits and Vegetables at Home
  67  
The Home Repair of Electrical Equipment
  67  
Home Care of the Sick
  67  
Partial Covers to Protect Chairs
  98  
The Gummed Tape Dress Form
  98  
List of Publications
  67  
Kerosene Stoves
  104  
Victory Gardening
  67  
Buying and Care of Curtains, Slip Covers, and Draperies
  67  
By Your Own Upholsterer
  67  
An Accounting System for a Frozen-Food Locker Plant
  67  
Soap and Water Softeners
  104  
Be Your Own Upholsterer
  67  
Using the Home Freezer
  67  
Soybeans
  67  
Food-Value Chart
  67  
Electric Motor
  67  
Three Centuries of Furniture
  67  
Handling Cloth
  67  
The Returning Serviceman and His Family
  67  
How To Glue Furniture
  67  
Felt Hats
  67  
Foods from the Freezer: Precooked and Prepared
  104  
Some Common Edible and Poisonous Mushrooms
  67  
Progress of the New York State Extension Service
  98  
Guidance and Punishment: Some Contrasts
  67  
How to Repair Wood Finishes
  67  
The Arrangement of Home Furnishings
  67  
How to Make Lampshades(oversized bulletin)
  67  
Apples
  67  
Fruit Ices
  104  
Kitchen Cupboards that Simplify Storage
  67  
Home Values Test for Family Members
  67  
A Dairyman's Dozen
  67  
Make it Your House
  67  
Living with Baby
  104  
Reducing Heat Leakage in Farm Buildings and Dwellings
  67  
Canning Low-Acid Vegetables at Home
  67  
Introducing Frozen Elderberries
  104  
Family Meal Service
  104  
Meat for the Family
  67  
Building a Home Freezer
  98  
Selecting a Building Site for Farm, Village, or City Homes
  67  
Refinishing Old Furniture
  67  
Farm Women Look at the Home Bureau
  67  
Color in the Home
  67  
Hand-Finishing Your Dress
  67  
Make Your Own Chair Covers(oversized bulletin
  98  
The Arrangement of Home Furnishings
  67  
Let's Prepare a Publication
  104  
Let's Prepare a Publication
  67  
List of Publications
  98  
The Japanese Beetle
  67  
Pressing in Dressmaking
  104  
Kitchen Cupboards that Simplify Storage
  98  
Kitchen Cupboards that Simplify Storage
  67  
Basting Your Dress
  104  
Family Meal Service
  67  
Soaps and other Detergents
  98  
The Woman and Her Posture
  67  
The Home-Freezing of Farm Products
  104  
Simple Repairs of Upholstered Furniture
  67  
Wills and Other Ways to Transfer Property to Heirs
  67  
Simple Repairs of Upholstered Furniture
  67  
Home Canning of Fruits and Vegetables
  67  
Meals for Paying Guests
  67  
Household Cleaning
  104  
Tomatoes the Year 'Round
  98  
The Adolescent: Physical Development
  98  
Spot and Stain Removal
  98  
A Simple Way to Iron a Shirt
  67  
Three Centuries of Furniture
  67  
Outdoor Fireplaces
  67  
Landscape Steep Slopes
  67  
Good Cooking with Dry Milk
  98  
Home-Grown Lumber for Farm Buildings
  104  
Party Service
  67  
Let Your Kitchen Arrangement Work for You
  67  
Modern Hooked Rugs (oversized bulletin)
  104  
Family Meal Service
  67  
Jellies and Jams
  67, 104  
Center for Your Work and Leisure
  104  
Marmalades, Preserves, Conserves, and Butters
  67  
Molasses
  67  
Home Care of the Sick
  67  
Kitchen Cupboards That Simplify Storage
  104  
Foods from the Freezer: Precooked and Prepared
  67  
Bedding
  67  
Helping Michael to Help Himself
  67  
Homemade Sauerkraut
  67  
How to Make Draperies
  67  
Carpentry Tools
  67  
Culinary Herbs
  67  
Driveways and Sidewalks
  98  
You Take It From Here
  104  
Gardening For Better Living
  67  
Growing Older
  67  
Refinishing Old Furniture
  67  
Soldering
  67  
Repair of Innerspring Cushions
  104  
The Japanese Beetle
  104  
Safe Home Wiring and Electric Cords
  67  
Good Cooking with Dry Milk
  98  
These Are Working Mothers
  67  
How to Make Cupboard Storage Devices
  67  
Tomatoes the Year Round
  98  
The Planting and Care of Shrubs and Trees
  104  
A Simple Way to Iron a Shirt
  98  
Homemade Playthings
  67  
Care and Adjustment of the Sewing Machine
  98  
Pressing Equipment
  67  
Suggestions for Cornell Child and Adult Study Clubs
  67  
Candied Fruits and Fruit Candy
  104  
Braided Rugs
  67  
Dresser Drawer Storage
  98  
Clothing for Children
  104  
Repair of Innerspring Cushions
  67  
When you Work with Rayon and Acetate
  67  
How to Make Fabric Buttonholes
  104  
Barbecued Chicken
  104  
Easy to Make Bread and Rolls
  67  
Christmas Decorations
  67  
Food Makes a Difference
  67  
When you Work with Rayon and Acetate
  104  
Let Your Kitchen Arrangement Work for You
  67  
How to Repair Wood Finishes
  104  
Mending Clothes and Household Fabrics
  67  
How to Make Fabric Buttonholes
  67  
Driveways and Sidewalks
  67  
A Kitchen-Dining Area Storage Wall
  67  
How to Prepare and Cook Chicken
  67  
Delicious Dishes From Dairy Products
  67  
Salads-Cool, Crisp and Colorful
  104  
The Care of Plants in the Home
  104  
The Culture of Garden Chrysanthemums
  67  
Let's Tell Our Story
  67  
Safe Home Wiring and Electric Cords
  67  
Let's Eat Eggs
  98  
Home Laundering
  67  
Community Meals
  107  
The Adolescent:Physical Development
  67  
List of Publications
  67  
Party Service
  104  
Control of the Dutch Elm Disease
  67  
Potato Production
  67  
Dresser Drawer Storage
  67  
Fish Facts and Recipes
  107  
Helping Michael to Help Himself
  104  
Make Your Furs Wear Longer
  98  
Border Plantings and Outdoor Living Rooms for Rural and Urban Properties
  67  
Quick and Easy Rolls and Sweet Yeast Breads
  67  
Sheets and Pillowcases:Selection, Use and Care
  67  
Jellies and Jams
  67  
What Height for Your Separate Electric Oven?
  67  
You can do Block Painting
  104  
Ways to Transfer Property to Heirs
  67  
Quick Breads
  67  
Homemaker, VIP
  67  
Fun for Your Family
  107  
Principles for Child Guidance
  104  
List of Publications
  67  
Care of Rugs and Carpets
  67  
Know Your Concrete
  104  
A Housecleaning Handbook
  104  
Your New York State Extension Service
  98  
Kitchen Cupboards that Simplify Storage
  67  
How to Reline a Coat
  107  
How to Make Cupboard Storage Devices
  107  
Community Meals
  104  
Adequate Farm Wiring Systems
  104  
Home Canning of Fruits and Vegetables
  67  
How to Clean Wallpaper, Walls and Woodwork
  67  
Hongkong Grass, Rope & Twine-seats for chairs
  104  
How to Clean and Care for Plastics
  107  
How to Care for the Glass and Metals in Your Home
  67  
When You're a Leader
  67  
Your New York State Extension Service
  107  
Pillows:Selection, Use and Care
  67  
Let's Eat Poultry
  67  
Sleeves
  67  
How to Join the Blouse and Skirt
  67  
Cakes, Cookies and Pies
  67  
Let Your Kitchen Arrangement Work for You
  67  
How to Reline a Coat
  98  
The Rock Garden
  98  
A Simple Way to Iron a Shirt
  67  
How to Dust and Clean Furniture
  67  
How to Clean and Care for Plastics
  67  
Cleaning Supplies
  67  
Cake Decorating
  67  
Cooking Frozen Meats, Poultry, Game and Fish
  67  
Today's Fabrics
  107  
Brighten the Family Wash
  98  
Know Your Community
  67  
Webbing Seats for Chairs
  67  
Home Methods of Stain Removal
  98  
How to Make Braided Rugs
  104  
The Culture of the Delphinium
  104  
Woody Plants in Shady Places
  67  
New York State's Contribution to the Organization and Development of the County Agent Farm Home Bureau
  67  
Marmalades, Preserves, Conserves and Butters
  98  
Home Lawns
  104  
The Culture of Gladiolus
  67  
Collars and Cuffs
  67  
Egg Rooms-Grading, Packing, Holding
  104  
Outdoor Fireplaces
  67  
Ways to Transfer Property to Heirs
  67  
Posture and Foundation Garments
  67  
Favorite Apple Recipes
  67  
Christmas Tree Farming
  98  
Wartime and Other Emergency Activities of the New York State Extension Service
  98  
How to Control Your Weight
  67  
Milk for your Family
  98  
The Culture of Spring Flowering Bulbs
  67  
How to Repair Wood Finishes
  107  
Growing Older
  104  
A list of Ornamental Plants for New York Seashores
  67  
Party Service
  98  
The Culture and Use of Ornamental Gourds
  104  
Killing Undesirable Woody Plants With Chemicals
  67  
Selecting Equipment for your Community Kitchen
  67  
A Book List for Parents
  67  
Cooking Frozen Vegetables and Fruits
  107  
A Housecleaning Handbook
  104  
Carpentry Tools for Homemakers
  98  
How to Make a Terrarium
  104  
How to Glue Furniture
  107  
Arrangement of Kitchen Centers
  67  
Home Laundering
  109  
Foods from the Freezer: Precooked and Prepared
  104  
List of Publications
  104  
Diseases of Bearded Irises
  104  
How to Make Cupboard Storage Devices
  67  
Cheese Buy it, Eat it, Enjoy it
  67  
Pillows, Selection, Use and Care
  104  
The Assessment of Real Estate: Recent Changes in the Provisions of 43 States
  104  
The Culture of Spring Flowering Bulbs
  98  
Suburban Gardening
  104  
How to Reline a Coat
  67  
How Do Children Feel Toward Younger Brothers and Sisters?
  67  
Hot Breads for your Community Meals
  67  
Pies: Pastry Fillings Meringue
  67  
Recreation for Meetings
  67  
Corsages form Garden Flowers
  67  
Milk: How to Buy, Store and Use it
  67  
Using Maple Syrup
  67  
Meal Planning the Easy Way
  104  
Peony Culture
  104  
Home Lawns
  67  
Potatoes-a Bargain in Nutrition
  67  
Arrangement of Kitchen Centers
  67  
How to Cook Vegetables
  104  
Family Meal Service
  67  
Desserts for your Community Meals
  98  
Recommended Annual Flowers for New York State
  104  
Culture of Rhododendrons in New York State
  104  
The Culture of Iris
  67  
Home Laundering
  104  
Care and Use of Plants in the Home
  67  
Pillows, Selection, Use and Care
  104  
Cupboard Storage Devices
  98  
How to Control Your Weight
  104  
Artificial Lighting For Decorative Plants
  67  
Cookies for your Community Meals
  67  
Meal Management with a Freezer
  67  
Sanitary Food Handling in Church Community Center and Camp
  104  
Propogation of House Plants
  67  
Work Safely in Your Community Kitchen
  67  
Community Buildings Food Service Equipment
  98  
Care and Use of Plants in the Home
  98  
Introduction to Home Gardening
  98  
Forcing Shrubs and Trees for Indoor Bloom
  104  
Flowers from Seed
  104  
Ground Clovers
  104  
The Compost Pile
  67  
A Housecleaning Handbook
  67  
Sleeves
  67  
How to Join the Blouse and Skirt
  67  
Collars and Cuffs
  67  
Home Canning of Meat and Poultry
  67  
Mending Clothes and Household Fabrics
  67  
Food Makes a Difference
  67  
Shaping Christmas Trees for Quality
  98  
Artificial Lighting for Decorative Plants
  67  
Home Canning of Fruits and Vegetables
  67  
Brighten the Family Wash
  104  
Solving Cultural Troubles of Rhododendrons and Other Ericaceous Plants
  67  
Dresser Drawer Storage
  67  
Shoppers Handbook
  67  
Fish and Shellfish
  104  
The Culture of Garden Roses
  67  
Young Man Take A Clothes Look!
  67  
Pressing Equipment
  67  
Fruit Spreads and Preserves
  67  
A Smooth Look in Sleeves
  104  
Barbequed Chicken
  104  
Shrubs for Landscape Plantings in New York State
  67  
Research Methods for Study of Human Costs of Household Work: Dev. & Use at Cornell
  67  
A Simple Way to Iron a Shirt
  67  
Pillows ? Selection, Use and Care
  67  
Freezing Cooked and Prepared Foods
  67  
Shoppers' Handbook
  104  
Nuritional Facts about Fats
  67  
Freezing Meat, Poultry and Fish
  104  
Principles for Child Guidence
  67  
How Clean Your Clothes?
  67  
Fabric Finishes for Beauty, Service, Protection
  67  
Game Care and Preparation in the Field and Home
  67  
Family Meal Service
  67  
Growing and Marketing Christmas Trees
  67  
Food Additives Their Role Today
  67  
Freezing Fruits and Vegetables
  67  
Sheets and Pillowcases
  67  
Food Value Chart
  104  
Home Fire Protection
  104  
Propagation of House Plants
  104  
Salads, Cool, Crisp, and Colorful
  109  
Cheese-Buy It, Eat It, Enjoy It
  104  
Common Wild Flowers of New York State
  67  
The Versatile Egg
  67  
Paying Your Bills
  67  
Preview Your Spending
  67  
Storing Your Money
  109  
Yeast Bread and Rolls
  67  
Fish and Shellfish
  67  
Manage Your Way to Quicker Meals
  104  
Housecleaning Handbook for Young Homemakers
  104  
Nutrition Sense and Nonsense
  67  
Facts About Floor Care
  67  
Apples A Favorite Food
  67  
Feeding the Family
  104  
Do you Know Your Valuable Papers?
  67  
Introduction to Home Gardening
  67  
Your Work and Your Posture
  98  
Principles for Child Guidance
  104  
Raspberry Growing in New York State
  67  
Facts About Underfashions
  67  
Fabric Finishes for Beauty, Service & Protection
  104  
A Food Value Wheel
  104  
Yeast Bread and Rolls
  100  
Food Additives Their Role Today
  67  
How to Cook Vegetables
  104  
Housecleaning Handbook for Young Homemakers
  67  
Food Value Chart
  67  
Nutrition Books: A Guide to Their Reliability
  67  
Facts About Underfashions
  99  
Introduction to Home Gardening
  67  
In Shopping, In Cleaning: Be Smart about Cookware
  67  
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
  67  
Play as Learning
  109  
Handbook for Freezing Foods
  67  
How to Glue Furniture
  67  
Salads Cool, Crisp, and Colorful
  67  
Striving for Independence
  109  
Cornell Extension Bulletins-Home Economics-List of titles
  109  
Cornell Extension Bulletins-Agriculture-List of titles
  104  
Calorie Sense and Nonsense
  67  
Cheese Buy it, Eat it, Enjoy it
  99  
Container Culture of Ornamental Plants for the Home Grounds
  67  
Principles for Child Guidance
  109  
Films for Home Economists-List of titles
  98  
Ground Covers for New York State Landscape Plantings
  67  
Shoppers' Handbook
  99  
Trees for the Home Grounds
  99  
Foundation Plantings About the House
  109  
Manage Your Way to Quicker Meals
  67  
What's in Home Cleaning Products?
  104  
Shrubs for Landscape Plantings in New York State
  67  
Functional Kitchens
  67  
Four Nursery Schools
  67  
Facts About Floor Care
  109  
Cornell Extension Bulletins-Home Economics-List of titles
  109  
Perspectives on Overweight
  109  
Cornell Extension Bulletins-Home Economics-List of titles
  98  
Nutrition Sense and Nonsense
  98  
Safe Handling of Foods in Quantity
  104  
Children's Shoes
  98  
Children's Art
  67  
Do You Know Your Valuable Papers?
  67  
Foods for Health
  67  
Alimentos Para Tu Salud
  67  
The Care and Simple Repair of Household Equipment
  67  
Housecleaning Handbook
  104  
Cut Tulips for Commercial Growers from Dry-Stored, Pre-Cooled Bulbs
  104  
Sequence of Bloom of Perennials, Biennials and Bulbs
  99  
Home Lawns
  104  
The Culture of Garden Chrysanthemums
  67  
Childrens Shoes
  104  
The Culture and Use of Ornamental Gourds
  67  
Yeast Bread and Rolls
  104  
Ornamental Vines for Landscpae Plantings in New York State
  109  
Foods for Health-The Puerto Rican Food Wheel
  104  
Artificial Lighting for Decorative Plants
  104  
Landscape Design for Residential Property
  67  
Home Lawns
  67  
Rush Seats for Chairs
  67  
Cane Seats for Chairs
  98  
Barbequed Chicken
  104  
Ground Covers for New York State Landscape Plantings
  67  
Hongkong Grass, Rope and Twine
  104  
Rush Seats for Chairs
  67  
Perspectives on Overweight
  67  
Handbook for Freezing Foods
  67  
Methods and Tools for Effective Teaching
  104  
How to Make a Terrarium
  109  
Know How Catalog-List of titles of bulletins, booklets, packets and other printed material from the College of Human Ecology and the College of Agriculture
  67  
Furniture Restoration (oversized bulletin
  67  
Do You Know Your Valuable Papers?
  67  
The Selection of Rugs and Carpets
  67  
Favorite Apple Recipes
  104  
Pasture Improvement and Management
 
Memoirs- Agricultural Experiment Station [subseries]:
  67  
Memoirs
  67  
Use of Time by Full-time and Part-time Homemakers in Relation to Home Management
  67  
Bleaching in the Home Laundry
  67  
Homemaking Work Units for New York State Households
  67  
Life History and Economic Relations of the Opossum in New York State
  67  
Some Factors of Cost to the Body in Standing to Work and Sitting to Work Under Different Postural Conditions
  67  
Supplementary Sinks in Home Kitchens
  67  
Economic Contributions Made to Newly Married Couples by Their Parents
  67  
Continuity of Household Work
  67  
Properties, Qualities, and Characteristics of Most and Least Liked Household Tasks
 
4-H Club Members' and Club Leaders' Guides [subseries]:
  109  
Let's Have a Party-Leader's and Member's Guides
  109  
4-H Club Handyman-How to Apply a Painted Finish to Wood-Guide for Members
  109  
Let's Help t Home-Leader's Guide
  109  
Groom Your Room-Leader's and Member's Guides
  46  
Clothing Handbook
  98  
Care and Use of Paint Brushes
  109  
Let's Help at Home
  109  
Time for Lunch-Leader's and Member's Guides
  109  
Tips for Waitresses-Leader's and Member's Guides
  109  
Adventures in Dinners-Leader's and Member's Guides
  109  
Fruit Delights-Leader's Guide
  109  
Canning-Leader's and Member's Guides
  109  
Freezing-Leader's and Member's Guides
  109  
Care and Use of Paint Brushes
  98  
Clothing Handbook
  109  
Breakfast is Ready-Leader's and Member's Guides
  98  
Guide to the Let's Sew Projects
  98  
Let's Sew Blouses
  98  
Let's Sew Skirts
  109  
Let's Sew Costume Coordinates-Member's Guide
  109  
This is 4-H-printed by USDA
  109  
ABC's of Food-Leader's Guide
  98  
Suds Your Duds
  98  
Let's Sew Blouses-Member's Guide
  109  
Guide to the Let's Sew Projects-Leader's Guide
  109  
Let's Sew Skirts-Member's Guide
  109  
ABC's of Food
  109  
Let's Sew-Member's Guide
  98  
Sudsing Secrets-Leader's and Member's Guides
  98  
Clothing Handbook
  98  
Let's Sew Costume Coordinates
  98  
More Money Traps
  98  
The ABC's of Food
  98  
Guide to the Let's Sew Projects
  98  
Pastry: Basics for Beginners
  98  
Textiles for Teens
  98  
Let's Sew
  98  
Color, Texture, Design in Space
  98  
Let's Sew Blouses and Shifts
  98  
Jet Age Ironing
  98  
Food-Let's Begin
  98  
Money Traps
  98  
Let's Sew, Let's Buy Skirts
  98  
Money Traps
  98  
Money Traps Packet
  98  
Family Meal Service
  98  
Food-Let's Explore
  98  
How to Apply a Natural Finish to Wood
  98  
Clothing Handbook
  98  
Let's Sew
  98  
4H Club Community Development Projects
  98  
Food-Let's Begin-Reprint
  109  
Sew a Fine Seam-Leader's and Member's Guide
  109  
Iron with Ease
  109  
Pattern for Success-Member's Guide
  109  
Sudsing Secrets-Leader's Guide
  109  
Dollars and Sense-Leader's and Member's Guides
  109  
Cleaning Clues-Leader's and Member's Guides
  109  
New Furniture From Old-Leader's and Member's Guides
  109  
Color and Room Arrangement-Leader's Guide
  109  
Lighting, Lamps, and Lampshades-Leader's and Member's Guides
  109  
Build it Yourself-Leader's and Member's Guides
  109  
More Fun Caring for a Young Child-Leader's and Member's Guides
 
Miscellaneous Bulletins [subseries]:
  104  
Farmhouse Planning in New York State
  99  
A Central Camp Building
  104  
Housing for Migrant Workers
  104  
An Expansible House
  99  
Making Shirts for the Men of the Family
  104  
A Farmhouse for Comfortable Living
  99  
Farm House Business Centers
  99  
Wooden Toys you can Make at Home
  99  
Home Activity Centers
  99  
Soups and Main Dishes
  99  
Homemaking Work Units
  99  
Community Meal Management
  99  
Hooked Rugs
  99  
Make Your Own Chair Covers
  99  
Your Automatic Dryer
  99  
Your Automatic Dishwasher
  99  
Your Household Range
  99  
How to Make Fabric Lampshades
  99  
Making Shirts for the Men of the Family
  99  
Reupholstering Chairs With Foam Rubber
  99  
Furniture Restoration
  99  
Your Automatic Freezer
  99  
How to Make Curtains and Draperies
  99  
Sewing Made Easy
  107  
Food Makes a Difference
  109  
Cooking for One
  99  
Food-What For?
  99  
Make Your Own Chair Covers
  99  
The Vacation Home Market
  99  
Be a Better Shopper
  99  
Furniture Restoration
  109  
Food Makes a Difference
  99  
Buying Clothes for Small Children
  99  
Cooking for One
  99  
Food Makes a Difference
  107  
4-H Vegetable Crops: Making the Most of Your Garden
  107  
4-H Vegetable Crops: Harvesting
  107  
4-H Vegetable Crops-Selecting & Preparing Vegetables for Exhibition
  107  
Exhibiting Vegetable Crops
  107  
Factors Influencing Seed Germination
  107  
Safe Food Preparation: It's in Your Hands
  99  
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
  99  
Information Bulletins [subseries]:
 
Physical Sciences Bulletin (DEA)-Understanding Automatic Dishwashers
  99  
Physical Sciences Bulletin (DEA)-Phosphates and Detergents in Water Pollution
  99  
Physical Sciences Bulletin (DEA)-Knitted Apparel and Fabrics
  109  
Food Sciences Bulletin-Kitchen Tools and Pans
  99  
Social Sciences Bulletin (DEA)-Buy by Size, Not Age
  99  
Social Sciences Bulletin (Consumer Economics and Public Policy)-Shopping for Credit
  99  
Physical Sciences Bulletin (DEA)-Furniture and Window Fabrics
  107  
New York State College of Human Ecology: Information Bulletins
  99  
Plant Sciences Bulletin (Natural Resources) - Is Commercial Recreation Profitable?
  99  
Plant Sciences Bulletin (Natural Resources)-Selection and Care of Your Christmas Tree
  99  
Plant Sciences (Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture)-Woody Plants Usefully Winter Hardy in the Coldest Regions of New York State-Reprint
  99  
Physical Sciences Bulletin (DEA)-The Laundry System: Fabric, Soil Supplies
  99  
Social Sciences Bulletin (Consumer Economics and Public Policy)-Who Decides? Participants in Community Decision Making
  99  
Social Sciences Bulletin-How are Community Decisions Made?
  99  
Social Sciences Bulletin-How Well Are We Represented?
  99  
Social Sciences Bulletin-The Dollar Value of Household Work
  99  
Plant Sciences (Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture)-A List of Ornamental Plantsfor New York Seashores
  99  
Physical Sciences Bulletin (DEA)-Basics of Housecleaning and Home Care
  99  
Food Sciences Bulletin (Human Nutrition and Food)-Useful Facts About Baking
  99  
Food Sciences Bulletin (Human Nutrition and Food)-Kitchen Tools and Pans
  99  
Plant Sciences Bulletin (Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture)-Christmas Decorations
  99  
Plant Sciences Bulletin (Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture)-Growing African Violets
  99  
Citizen Advisory Committees: A Guide for Members and Potential Members
  99  
Public Hearings: A Guide to Effective Participation
  99  
Plant Sciences Bulletin-The Selection, Care, and Use of Plants in the Home
  99  
Think Microwave
  99  
Parliamentary Procedures
  99  
Research Publications [subseries]:
  99  
Cornell Recommendations for Trees and Shrubs-Revised
  99  
Cornell Recommendations for Trees and Shrubs-Commercial Production and Maintenance-Revised
 
Determinants of Family Saving
  99  
Supplemental-Income Effects of Federal Food Programs for Selected Low-Income Households
  104  
The Control of Aphids on House Plants
  104  
Ornamental Trees for New York States: Their Landscape Value and Care
 
Cornell Rural Housing Leaflets [subseries]:
  104  
Color for the Home
  104  
Kitchens: Space Requirements for Equipment, Work Centers, and Cupboards
  104  
Sewage Disposal
  104  
Water Supply Systems
  104  
Farm House Plans
  104  
A Step-Saving U Kitchen-Leaflet #15
  104  
Easy to Build Kitchen Cabinets for the Remodeled Farmhouse
  104  
Cornell Kitchen Cupboards That Simplify Storage
  104  
Plan Price List
  104  
Cornell Housing Leaflet
 
Home Economics Extension Leaflets [subseries]:
  107  
When You Buy Dining and Pull-up Chairs-#1
  107  
When You Buy a Lounge Chair-#2
  107  
When You Buy Wood Furniture-#3
  107  
Camp Food Services Records-#4
  107  
Pricing a Community Meal-#6
  107  
Textile Labeling-#7
  107  
Buying by Size Not Age-#8
  107  
When You Buy a Rug or Carpet-#9
  107  
Gravies and Sauces for your Community Meals-#12
  107  
Vegetables for your Community Meals-#13
  107  
Quantity Salad Preparation-#14
  107  
Quantity Coffee Preparation-#15
  107  
Painting Furniture-What to Paint-#16
  107  
Painting Furniture-How to Paint-#17
  107  
When You Buy Chair Cover and Upholstery Fabrics-#18
  109  
Keep the Quality in the Food You Buy-#19
  109  
Keep the Quality in the Food You Buy-#19
  107  
Keep the Quality in the Food You Buy-#19
  107  
Finishing Wooden Salad Bowls, Spoons, and Forks-#20
  107  
A Financial Checkup on the Use of Credit-#21
  107  
When You Buy Curtain and Drapery Fabrics-#22
  109  
Modern Ways with Roast Turkey-#23
  107  
Quantity Sandwich Preparation-#24
  107  
A Food Value Wheel-#25
  107  
A French Knife Speeds Food Preparation-#26
  107  
Making the Most of Household Storage Space-#27
  107  
Buy For Health-Milk and Cheese-#28
  107  
Buy for Health-Meat, Fish, Poultry, Eggs, Dry Beans and Peas, Peanut Butter-#29
  107  
Buy for Health-Fruits and Vegetables-#30
  107  
Buy for Health-Cread and Cereals-#31
  107  
Nutritional Facts about Fats-#32
  107  
Shopping for Shirts-#33
  107  
Men and Family Living-#34
  107  
Knitted Fabrics-#35
  107  
Construction Techniques for Knitted Fabrics-#36
  107  
Stretch in the Wardrobe-#37
  107  
Shopping for Credit-#38
  107  
Brighten the Family Wash-#39
  107  
The Voice of Clothing-#40
  107  
Calorie Sense and Nonsense-#41
  107  
Glazed Finish Over Enamel-#42
  107  
Interior Design-Furniture Selection-#43
  107  
Interior Design-Furniture Placement-#44
  107  
Accessories for the Home-#45
  107  
A Guide for CLothing Evaluation-#46
  107  
When is Food Safe? Guides for Your Decisions-#47
  107  
Seating and Chairs-#48
  107  
Let's Shop for Tablecloths and Place Mats-#49
  107  
Let's Shop for Towels-#50
  107  
Permanent Press! Durable Press! No Iron! What is It?-#51
  107  
Let's Shop for Blankets-#52
  107  
Let's Shop for Sheets and Pillowcases-#53
  107  
Textile Label Language
 
Consumer Education Leaflets [subseries]:
  107  
Cuts and Costs of Beef-#10
  107  
Selecting Beef by Quality and Use-#11
  107  
Your Choice of Cereal-#13
  107  
Potatoes-You Have a Choice-#14
  107  
Read the Label-#15
  107  
Food in the Light of the Law-#16
  107  
Shopper's Cent Saver-A Handy Guide to Help You Compare the Cost of Packages of Difference Sizes and Weights-#17
  109  
Shopper's Cent Saver-A Handy Guide to Help You Compare the Cost of Packages of Difference Sizes and Weights-#17
  109  
Cut Food Costs When You Shop-#18
 
Miscellaneous Publications [subseries]:
  104  
Our Job in a World at War
  4  
Home Economics Newsletter: "The Echo"
  107  
College of Home Economics, Cornell University: The Let's Eat Game
  107  
Cornell Home Economics Extension Bulletins
  107  
Publications from the New York State College of Human Ecology
  107  
Publications: New York State College of Human Ecology
  107  
Are You Weighing Your Future? Consider Natural Science and Home Economics
  107  
Figure Flattery-Miscellaneous Leaflet #85
  107  
Accent on You, The Modern Woman
  107  
Buying Beef for your Freezer
  107  
Food What for?
  107  
Clothes and the Woman
  107  
Your Career as a 4-H Extension Agent-Home Economics in Cooperative Extension
  107  
Make Your Kitchen Fit You
  107  
Dress in a Winning Way
  107  
Try This On for Size
  107  
Save Money on Meat-#1
  107  
Credit contracts: Read them careully-#2
  107  
Store Meat Carefully-#3
  107  
Credit: Understand it before you sign-#4
  107  
Children's Shoes: A buying guide-#5
  107  
Save on Food-#6
  107  
Young Children Learning
  107  
Laundering without Phosphates
  107  
Flammable Fabrics
  107  
Permanent Care Labeling
  107  
Be a Better Shopper
  109  
Controlling Your Weight-Ruth Klippstein
  107  
Diaper Debate
  107  
Pickles and Pickling
  109  
Nutrition-Pregnant Women, Young Children, Infants-Learning Packet
  109  
4-H Clubs-Steuben County Brochure
 
Publications Reprinted from University of Minnesota [subseries]:
  107  
Easy Dishwashing-#1
  107  
Rid Your Home of Rubbish-#2
  107  
Cleaning...Sink, Tub, and Toilet-#3
  107  
Dry Milk in Every Meal-#4
  107  
Better Bedmaking-#5
  107  
Broiling-#6
  107  
Home Storage-#7
  107  
Making White Bread-#8
  107  
Daily Food Guide-#9
  107  
Fruits and Vegetables-#10
  107  
Breads and Cereals-#11
  107  
Meat and Meat Foods-#12
  107  
Hamburger-#13
  107  
Milk-#14
  107  
Should You Buy on Time?-#15
  107  
Pots and Pans-#16
  107  
Small Electrical Appliances-#17
  107  
Cutting Up and Cooking a Chicken-#18
  107  
Hair Care-#19
  107  
Hair Styling-#20