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   Container / Location    Title
 
Series I. Administration and Personnel [series]:
  1  
Organizational structure of the College - change in organization from School to College
  1  
Changes made in instructional & organizational policy
  1  
Organizational charts of the College
  1  
Policies, rules, and regulations, 1932-1940
  1  
Policies, rules, and regulations,1940-1946
  1  
Salary policies in the New York State Colleges, Schools and Experiment Stations administered by Cornell
  1  
College Council
  1  
College Council-1920
  1  
College Council-1922-23
  1  
College Council-1929-1931
  1  
College Council-1938-1939
  1  
College Council-1940-1941
  1  
College Council-1941-1942
  1  
College Council-1942-1943
  1  
College Council-1943-1944
  1  
College Council-1944-1945
  1  
College Council-1945-1946
  1  
College Council Membership 1945-1953
  1  
College Council 1946-1947
  1  
College Council, 1947-1948
  1  
College Council, 1948-1949
  1  
College Council 1949-1950
  1  
College Council, 1950-1951
  1  
College Council, 1951-1952
  1  
College Council, 1952-1953
  1  
Committee on Higher Education for Women, 1951
  1  
Plan Committee, 1946
  1  
Committee on Admissions, 1946
  1  
Committee to Evaluate & integrate the Homemaking Core, 1947-1952
  1  
Extension Educational Policy Committee, 1946
  1  
Committee on Program for Extension Staff Members, 1946
  1  
Committee on 5-year Teaching Program, 1939-1940
  1  
Graduate Staff Committee
  1  
Educational Policies Committee
  1  
Resident Educational Policy Committee 1922-1940
  1  
Resident Educational Policy Committee 1947-1949
  1  
Resident Educational Policy Committee 1949-1950
  1  
Resident Educational Policy Committee January 1952-July 1953
  1  
Resident Educational Policy Committee September 1953-1954
  86  
Resident Educational Policies Committee - 1946-1959
  86  
Resident Educational Policies Committee - 1959-1969
  1  
Honor Committees 1924-1932
  1  
Library Committee 1945-1946
  1  
Nominating Committee 1946-1954
  1  
Publication Committee 1946
  1  
Committee on Scholarship 1945-1946
  1  
Committee for selection of students to attend Merrill Palmer School 1946
  1  
Committee on selection of students for preparation for secondary school teaching 1937-1940
  1  
Committee on selection of students for teacher training (proposed) 1945-1946
  1  
Committee on selection of students for professional training in Food & Nutrition and Institutional Management 1946
  1  
Social Committee College of Home Economics 1945-1946
  1  
Committee on student petitions and academic standing 1946
  1  
Working Rules Committee material 1946
  1  
Committee on Working Rules-Minutes-1946
  1  
Working Rules Committee 1947-1948
  1  
Special Committee on Working Rules for the Faculty 1945-1960
  1  
Appendix A 1946
  1  
Appendix B 1946
  1  
Appendix C 1946
 
Departments, Divisions [subseries]:
  2  
Organization of Departments in the College 1920-1925
  2  
Child Development & Family Relationships: History 1925-1930
  2  
Child Development & Family Relationships Dept. 1925-1926
  2  
Child Development & Family Relationships Dept. 1927-1929
  2  
Child Development & Family Relationships Dept. 1930-1937
  2  
Child Development & Family Relationships Dept. 1940-1951
  2  
Child Development & Family Relationships Dept: Parental Education 1928-1931
  2  
Child Development and Family Relationships Course: Nursery School 1925-1930
  2  
Child Development and Family Relationships Course - Nursery School 1923-1924
  2  
Laura Spellman Rockefeller Memorial for Child Training 1924-1925
  2  
Laura Spellman Rockefeller Memorial for Child Training 1928-1929
  2  
Nursery School Teacher Preparation Curriculum Second Report Committee-of-Six (Draft I) - tentative
  2  
Committee - Nursery School Teacher Curriculum 1945-1946
  2  
Student Guidance
  2  
Family Life 1937-1938
  2  
Extension Teaching and information 1941-1947
  2  
Extension Teaching and Information 1916-1928
  2  
Food and Nutrition Dept. 1927-1945
  2  
Economics of the Household & Household Management Dept. 1925-1939
  2  
Economics of the Household with photographs of the Home Improvement Living Room
  2  
Household Economics and Management: Early Development and History 1908-1929
  2  
Dept. Household Economics and Management 1929
  2  
Institutional Management: History 1920
  2  
Housing and Design Dept. (household art) 1920-1944
  2  
Institution Management Dept. 1919-1945
  2  
Textiles and Clothing: History 1922
  2  
Textiles and Clothing Dept. 1927-1943
 
Other Divisions, Former Departments, etc [subseries]:
  3  
Home Economics Cafeteria: Correspondence and Advertising Matter on Food & Food Products to 1921
  3  
Home Economics Cafeteria: equipment, correspondence, to 1921
  3  
Home Economics Cafeteria: general operation, correspondence, to 1921
  3  
Home Economics Cafeteria: staff, to 1921
  3  
SATC Mess Hall in Home Economics Cafeteria 1918-1919
  3  
Library and books: correspondence and advertising matter,includes correspondence from Institution of Nutrition, Manila, Philippines, 1948
  3  
Department's laundry service 1919-1920
  3  
M.V.R. Hall Library and Library Handbook
  3  
School of Hotel Administration History from 1920-1929
  3  
Hotel School 1921-1932
  3  
Hotel Administration 1919-1926
  3  
Hotel Summary 1944-1951
  3  
Hotel Administration 1927-1937
  3  
Hotel Administration 1938-1948
  3  
Hotel Administration 1949-1952
 
Personnel [subseries]:
  3  
Directors and Deans of the College of Home Economics 1907-1953
  3  
Changes in Personnel 1925-1928
  3  
Head of College 1931-1932
  3  
Application for Headship of Home Economics 1906
  3  
Applicants for Deanship 1946
  3  
Applicants for Assistant Deanship 1944-1947
  3  
Appointment of Director of College 1940
  3  
Head of Department of Home Economics Education for 1958
  3  
Vincent, Dr. E. Lee (photographs)
  3  
Vincent, Dr. E. Lee
  3  
Head of Department of Child Development and Family Relationships 1942-1944
  3  
Index cards - for very early staff members who do not have folders
  3  
Correspondence: misc. professional staff and prospective staff to 1921
  4  
Duties questionnaires sent to professional personnel
 
Alphabetical file of professional personnel [subseries]:
  4  
Graduate assistants - A
  4  
Acheson, Marjorie
  4  
Adams, Gladys - photograph
  4  
Aiken, Ann - biography - resigned August 16, 1951, Died September 15, 1952
  4  
Aitken, Linnie Beulah
  4  
Albers, Dorothy Juanita - biography, photograph
  4  
Aldrich, Mrs. Eleanora L
  4  
Allen, Lillian May
  4  
Allen, Laura C
  4  
Altman, Dr. Margaret - includes photograph
  4  
Armstrong, Marjorie includes photograph
  4  
Armstrong, Blanche photographs
  4  
Atzenhoffer, Phyllis Jane
  4  
Aust, Lucille Bernice
  4  
Ayers, Helen Lou
  4  
Graduate Students - B
  4  
Baay, Gwendolyn
  4  
Baird, Thomas J
  4  
Margaret E. Maxwell - includes photographs
  4  
Ball, Josephine; Barber, Lorna; Barnard, Louise E.; Barnum, Anna H.; Barrett, James H. Barry, Edyth E. - includes photographs
  4  
Barts, Adelaide A. - includes photograph; Bateman, Mrs. Jessie Walker; Bates, Eleanor; Bates, Margaret; Bates, Mrs. Miriam B
  4  
Bauder, Mrs. Dorothy; Beardsley, Mrs. Marilyn; Beck, Jeanette - includes photograph; Behnke, Catherine
  4  
Bell, 0. Jean; Bell, Mrs. R. Rietta; Bell, Mary Louise; Bernor, Inez A
  4  
Bertrams, Mathilda C.; Besse, Mary; Betten, Cornelius; Betten, Gertrude; Better, Mrs. Myrtle
  4  
Beyer, Wilma - includes photographs
  4  
Billings, Beatrice E.; Binzel, Alma; Binzel, Cora E.; Birdseye, Miriam
  4  
Bissell, Mrs. Helen; Bizal, Rachel Sanders; Blaker, Gertrude G.; Blanchard Mrs. Ruth H.; Blinn, Alice - includes photograph; Bogart, Hazel; Boggs, Lilian Bishop; Boicort
  4  
Bond, Barbara, Bower, Gertrude; Boys, Mrs. Jessie Austin -includes photograph
  4  
Braithwaite, Royden C. - includes photograph
  4  
Brasie, Muriel - includes photograph
  4  
Brennan, Margaret Jane
  4  
Brewer, Lucile - includes photograph; Britt, Martha; Brookins, Frances
  4  
Brooks, Margaret - includes photograph; Brucher, Frances A. Libbee; Buckman, Mrs. Elizabeth M.; Bull, Dr. Helen - includes photograph
  4  
Bunnell, Phebe (Mrs.); Burger, Mrs. Florence D.; Burgess, Constance; Burnside, Lenior; Byrd, Evelyn
  4  
Graduate assistants - C
  4  
Callan, Sannie - includes photograph; Cameron, Elizabeth - includes photograph; Campbell, Elva Theodora; Campbell, Louise
  4  
Canon, Helen - includes negative and photographs
  4  
Caplan, Miss Ruth - includes photograph; Card, Mary Emma; Chadeayne, Olive - includes photocopied transcripts; Cleveland, Cockefair, Mary L
  4  
Coffin, Marguerite L.; Collins, Bertine - includes photograph, Craig, Agnes Huston
  4  
Crawford, Mrs. H. B.; Crosby, Marion wood - includes photograph
  4  
Crouch, Helen; Cunningham, Roberta Lee - includes photograph; Cutler, Doris S.; Cutler, Marjorie P
  4  
Graduate assistants - D
  4  
Davis, Faith Evelyn; Dawson, Mrs. Elsie H.; Day, President Edmund E. - includes 2 photographs; Day, Ella J
  4  
Dennett, Mrs. L. C.; Detweiler, Thelma; Diehl, Helen; Dillon, Mrs. Ira K,; Dimcok, Annette Chase
  4  
Di Stefhano, Joan; Dube, Rachel (Mrs.); Dundas, Muriel; Dunkle, Donald; Dunn, Hazel S.; Dunn, Mary J.; Dwyer, Mrs. Frances Markey; Dziegiel, Genevieve
  4  
Graduate assistants - E
  4  
East, Anna Merritt; Eastman, Mrs. Beulah C.; Eastman, Emma Hall; Eastman, Evelyn
  4  
Eaton, Lavancia V.; Eddy, Mrs. Martha H. - includes photograph; Edwards, Alice
  4  
Ellis, Ann McIntyre Aiken; Engebretson, Carol; Entorf, Mark - includes photograph
  4  
Graduate assistants - F
  4  
Farr, John F.; Farrand, President Livingston; Faust, Hilda; Fehr, Beatrice; Feloton, Prof. R. A
  4  
Fish, Mrs. Margaret M.; Fish, Marion; Fisher, Ann Palmer; Fitch, Dean R. L.; Fitchen, Ellen
  4  
Fitzelle, George; Fleming, Marion; Foley, Agnes M. Carlson
  4  
Forest, Dr. Ilse; Fowler, Evelyn; Fowler, Marie B. - includes photograph
  4  
Freeman, Edith; Freeman, Ella (extension agent 1915); French, Irene M.; Fuller, E. C.; Fuller, Mrs. Pauline
  5  
Graduate assistants - G
  5  
Gallwey, Mrs. Mary 0.; Gardner, Mildred N.; Garmong, Mary Louise; Gardner, Grace; Garrison, Emma P
  5  
Georgia, Mrs. F. R.; Gleason, Edna; Gleason, Julia; Gleim, Ella; Glover, Katherine
  5  
Goetz, Salome B.; Golde, Vilma - includes photograph; Goodspeed, Helen; Graddy, Elizabeth - includes photograph; Grant, Carole
  5  
Graves, Hazel L. - includes photograph; Graves, Lulu; Grimes, Marcia; Gross, Irma H.; Gross, Iva Mae - biography; Gyrisco, Valerie H. (Mrs.)
  5  
Graduate assistants - H
  5  
Hadden, Ann; Hall, William D.; Hamilton, Joan; Hansen, Ripley S.; Hansl, Mrs. Eva; Harley, E. Winifred; Harper, Mrs. Marguerite; Harrington, Ida
  5  
Harris, Esther Kite; Harris, Katharine - includes photograph; Hart, Georgia - includes photograph
  5  
Hasker, Reena Roberts; Hatch, Betty - publicity; Hatch, Dorothy
  5  
Hathaway, Millicent L
  5  
Haws, Mrs. Gwen - includes photograph; Hazard, Blanche; Heaton, Dr. Lucia E
  5  
Hedrick, Mrs. Blanche M.; Heinig, Christine; Helburn, Betsy; Helm, Mrs Mary G
  5  
Henderson, Grace - includes photograph
  5  
Henry, Gertrude; Hester, Ellen E.; Heywood, Eunice; Highberger, Ruth
  5  
Hill, Eva E. - includes photograph; Hillhouse, Eleanor; Hillhouse, Marion S.; Himmer, Pauline W.; Hine, J. Waldenene; Hoffman, Helen K
  5  
Holmes, D. Margaret; Holmes, Laura; Hood, Henry L.; Hope, Leona; Hopper, Elizabeth; Hotaling, Norma; Hotchkiss, Alida; Howse, Virginia - biography; Hoy, David F.; Hsu, Chiang-hsia,ng
  5  
Hubbell, Helen; Huckett, Grace Vida Watkins; Hudson, Alice C.; Huff, Sara B.; Hunn, Anna E
  5  
Hunt, Arthur C.; Hunt, Grace 0.; Hunter, Beatrice; Hupp, Eleanor; Hurd, Mary T.; Hustad, Adelaide Betty
  5  
Graduate assistants - I
  5  
Ingersoll, Hazel; Ismert, Marian - includes photograph & biography
  5  
Graduate assistants - J-K
  5  
Jackson, Carol,. Jager, Juanita Albers; Jakway, Ruth
  5  
Janssen, Mrs. Pearl - includes photograph; Jardine, Janet; Jellicourse, Manan F.; Johnson, Alice - includes photograph
  5  
Johnston, Helen M - biography; Jones, Charles; Jones, Frieda F.; Jones, Jennie
  5  
Kaiser, Elizabeth M; Kay, Helen B.; Kelley, Frances
  5  
Kelley, Frances Remington; Kellogg, Ruth - includes photograph
  5  
Kells, Doris; Kennedy, Barbara B.; Kerns, Mrs. Mary E.; Kief, Raymond J.; Killen, Margaret
  5  
Kimball, Lucy; Knowles, Elaine; Knowlton, Helen
  5  
Koch, Adele; Krieger, Grace M.; Kruse, Professor Paul J.; Kuhn, Anne L. - includes photograph; Kuzmich, Nina - includes photograph
  5  
Graduate assistants - L
  5  
La Celle, Juriel; Lacey, Elizabeth Van Deranter; Ladd, Dr. Carl E.; La Fortune, Jessie W,; Larcum, Alice E
  5  
Laubengayer, Mrs. Grace; Lear, Anita Morris - includes photograph; Leighton, Mrs. Dorothea; Leske, Laura includes photograph
  5  
Leslie, Margaret; Lesure, John D.; Lewin, Dr. Kurt; Lindsay, Margaret - includes photograph; Linderholm, Eugenia H.; Little, Esther Snock; Little, Ginevera; Long, Helen M. Taylor, - includes photograph
  5  
Longbers, Ingeborg; Loomis, Mary Louise; Lorenzen, Evelyn J.; Love, Fannie
  5  
Loving, Adelaide; Lowe, Isabelle D.; Lundberg, Donald E
  5  
Graduate assistants - M
  5  
Mann, Albert R. (Provost)
  5  
Marcus, Peggy - includes photograph; Marine, Edith Lucile; Marsh, Elizabeth; Marshall, Horace; Massorr, Winifred J.- biography; Massett, Elizabeth Jean Vollmer
  5  
Masterman, Mrs. Nancy Kritzer - includes photograph
  5  
Matthews, Anne; Mathewson, Gertrude; Maxfield, T. B.; Maynard, Leonard B
  5  
MacArthur, Edith; McAndrew, Georgia; McArthur, Margaret J,; McBride Kathleen; McCarthy, Mrs. Alice Ross; McCay, Clive M
  5  
McCay, Jeanette B. - includes photograph
  6  
McCullough, Helen E.; McDermand, Bess - includes photograph; McIlroy Carolyn B.; McKinnie, Ruth
  6  
McNeal, Nancy; Meisels, Charlotte, Margaret
  6  
Merrill, AnnabelL.; Merrill, Charlotte Hopkins; Metcalf, Helen J.; Miller, Cora; Minnum, Mrs. Louise; Mintern, Marion; Mitchell, Edna
  6  
Morin, Grace; Monroe, Day
  6  
Monroe, Marguerite; Monsch, Helen - includes photograph
  6  
Moore, Mary C.; Morehouse, Margaret C. - includes photograph
  6  
Morey, Nancy L. Booker
  6  
Morgan, Christine M.; Morgan, Mrs. Rose - extension lecturer; Morris Mrs. Elsie - includes photograph; Morrow, Edith Patterson
  6  
Morton, Caroline
  6  
Moses, Winifred - includes biography; Mosher, Carolyn E.; Muskat, Miss; Mutz Mamie Russell Mutz; Myer, Martha Ann
  6  
Graduate assistants - N
  6  
Nagel, Grace; Nance, Frances Evelyn; Nason, Edith H.; Nehrling, Irene T. Dahlberg - includes photograph
  6  
Neidert, Marian A.; Neiley, Amelia A,; Nelson, Howard
  6  
Nevin, Emma Dodson - includes photograph; Newell, Mrs.; Noble, Margarte B
  6  
Norton, Helen M. Ward; Nuttall, Arlene
  6  
Nye, Claribel - includes photograph
  6  
Graduate assistants - O-P
  6  
O'Brien, Veronica; Ogden, Virginia Phillips; Olesen, Elisabeth; Olsen, Alfred L.; Olsen, Ethel I.; Orr, Margaret N.; Ovoiton, Sue Belle
  6  
Packer, Mrs. Cornelia H
  6  
Park, Helen; Pattison, Dr. Jean H.; Peabody, Mrs. Mary; Perez, Ida Osborn - includes photograph
  6  
Perkins, Dr. Nellie L; Peterson, Dorothy B.; Peterson, Elizabeth Jane; Phelan, Marion R.;
  6  
Phillips, Mrs. Mary G. - includes photograph; Pilcher, Helen Leona
  6  
Pinkston, Merle; Poindexter, Joan; Possinger, Gertrude Reid; Powell, Mrs. Jeannette
  6  
Powell, Opal; Prudent, Mrs. Inez; Pundt, Helen - includes photograph, Purcell, Mary
  6  
Graduate assistants - Q-R
  6  
Raffington, Margaret E.; Ranney, Edith S.; Reber, Mrs. Alta Mae; Reed, Janet C.; Reed, Mabel, Reed, Mrs. Marie - includes photographs
  6  
Remsberg, Ruth Elizabeth - includes photograph; Renshaw, Ada Adams
  6  
Reynolds, Ellen Ann
  6  
Rhulman, Jessie - includes photograph
  6  
Rice, Wanda Churchill; Riemo, Svend
  6  
Ripley, Helen L.; Robb, B. B.; Roberts, Dorothy
  6  
Robinson, Mrs. Charlotte - includes photograph
  6  
Robinson, Myra J.; Robson, Helen K
  6  
Rockwood, Mrs. Lemo D
  6  
Rogers, Lucille; Roseboom, Emma S.; Roman, Mrs. Nancy McNeal - includes photograph
  6  
Royce, Louise Il; Ruddock, Mrs. Helen; Runey, Mrs. Charlotte; Russell, Abbie - includes photograph; Ryan, Helen Theresa
  6  
Graduate assistants - S
  6  
Sabine, Dean J. H.; Saby, Maude Sanford; Sayles, Risha L.; Scheer, Margaret; Shiffenhaus, Ida; Schlie, Myrtle M
  6  
Scholes, Bonnie; Scholes, Kathryn Tew; Scidmore, Mrs. Alma; Scott, Clarice Louisba
  6  
Scott, Dorothy B.; Scott, Raymond - biography
  7  
Scott, Ruth - includes photograph
  7  
Shattuck, Ruth Sykes; Sibley, R. P
  7  
Simmonds, Helen F.; Simpson, Jean Irwin; Searls, Isobel; Selby, Richard J.; Selke, Mrs. Ellen Bek
  7  
Selke, Janet Aileen; Shafer, Lois Purdey; Sheeler, Harriet
  7  
Shevrin, Howard; Small, Mrs. Kathleen; Smart, Mrs. Mollie Stevens - includes photograph; Russell Smart photo
  7  
Smiley, Dr. & Dr. Evans; Smith, Edna B.; Smith, Gladys E.; Smith, Janet; Smith, Laura Lee
  7  
Smith, Lucile Grant; Smith, Mr. 0. W
  7  
Smith, Mrs. Ruby G. - includes photograph
  7  
Smith, Ruth Henderson - includes photograph; Smudskie, Vivian F.; Showman, Barbara Ruth
  7  
Sommerfeld, Edna; Sonnenday, Dora; Spicer, Mildred
  7  
Staley, Helen Knott; Stanick, Helen - includes photograph
  7  
Stannard, Beulah E.; Stanton, Amy Louise; Steckman, Lillian Lois; Steele, Betty
  7  
Steger, Louise; Steinmetz, Margaret Olive - includes photograph
  7  
Stephens, Emmajean; Stettler, Charlene - publicity; Stine, Marion L
  7  
Strahan, Mrs. Julia Gleason; Straight, Ruth Evaline; Stutz, F. H.; Swope, Mrs. Emma
  7  
Graduate assistants - T
  7  
Taylor, Mrs. Carrie W. - includes photograph; Taylor, Lucy D.; Tenepin, Raymond H.; Tharp, Hazel
  7  
Thomas, Gertrude (H.D.A. Case)
  7  
Thomas, Mrs. Mary L.; Thompson, Nelle E. - includes photograph
  7  
Thorn, June G.; Titsworth, Bertha E.; Tower, Frances Huntington; Tyrell, Bess
  7  
Graduate Assistants - U-V
  7  
Udall, Mrs. Dorothy Kutschbach
  7  
Underwood, Erma E. Hollen; Undine, Eugene
  7  
Van Blarcom, Grace Morin - includes photograph
  7  
Van Horn, Rua Ray; Van Ness, Hazel; Van Steenberg, Cecile
  7  
Vinton, Miss Frances E.; Visnyei, Kathryn O'Malley; Voorhees, Hazel L Spencer - includes photograph
  7  
Graduate assistants - W-Z
  7  
Ward, Frances E. Vinton; Ward, William W
  7  
Warner, Annette J
  7  
Watkins, Ann; Weisbrod, Helen; Weisendanger, Delpha - includes photograph
  7  
Weiss, Charlotte E
  7  
Weld, Emma S.; Wellman, Mrs. Mildred Kingsley - includes photograph
  7  
Wells, Anne; Wells, Marie Evelyn
  7  
Welsh, Marie S.; Wetzsteon, Mrs. Mary
  7  
White, Mrs. Ruth B.; Whittemore, (Grace) Margaret; Whitten, Martha Edwards
  7  
Wigle, Alma; Wilker, Marguerite
  7  
Wilkerson, Mabel; Williams, Mrs. Anna R.; Williams, Faith M.; Williams, G. Dorothy - includes photograph; Willman, Mrs. Anna R. - biography
  7  
Wilson, Pauline Park; Winsor, A. L.; Wolcott, Mrs. Muriel White; Wolfe, Kathryn
  7  
Wood, Therese E
  7  
Woodruff, Olive
  7  
Wooly, Elizabeth
  7  
Wright, Florence E. - includes photograph
  7  
Wright, Martha J.; Wright, Mary R.; Wright, Prof. W. J.; Wyard, Charlotte
  7  
Yarrow, Leon Jay; Young, Elizabeth; Young, Helen B.; Zillmer, Helen J
 
Non-Professional Staff [subseries]:
  8  
Miscellaneous Non-Professional Staff (before 1921)
  8  
Abbinck, Barbara Brittain; Adams, Mrs. Harriet T.; Adams, Hilah M.; Aiken, Mrs. M. R
  8  
Albro, Wayne; Albury, Margaret; Alfreds, S. Mary; Allen, Mrs. Jane M.; Allen, Janet E. MacDougall; Ames, Mrs. Lois; Anders, Marjorie
  8  
Asai, Tasu; Austin, Mrs. Ruth (Danns, Knapp, Whittier); Baldwin, Marilyn; Barber, Barbara Josephine; Barker, Veronica
  8  
Barnard, Alice A.; Barnard, Mildred B.; Batt, Marilyn; Batterson, Mrs. Charlotte; Baumann, Mrs. Faye; Beddoe, Barbara; Beebe, Helen
  8  
Benedict, M. Leone; Benner, Mrs. James W.; Benson, Audrie; Benson, Mrs. Mary Heydweiler; Bentley, Mrs. Audrey; Bernstein, Mrs. Helen Fehrer; Berry, Ruth L
  8  
Besemer, Marilynne; Best, Mary Frances; Bird, Milton; Black, Mrs. Winifred N.; Blanch, Mrs. Emma Dell; Borgeson, Barbara J.; Bowman, Vernon
  8  
Boyle, Margaret L; Brierley, Mrs. Myrtle; Brown, Edward; Brown, Grade; Brown, Helen E.; Bruska, Mrs. Anne K.; Burritt, Mrs. Ethel L.; Boehmer, Mrs. Norma; Bassette, Elizabeth Freestone
  8  
Caley, Elizabeth; Cameron, Mrs. Eva Zimmerman; Carney, Mrs. Beverly; Carr, Mrs. Olive; Chambers, Mrs. Ellen Kathleen; Champeau, Mrs. Elizabeth M.; Chisom, Pearle; Christensen, Mrs. Janeth R.; Ciaschi, Viola; Clark, Barbara
  8  
Clark, Mrs. Beverly; Clark, Margaret; Clough, Naomi Gray; Cockerill, Mrs. Geraldine; Comstock, C. Jean; Cornelius, Edna
  8  
Corser, N. Eugenia; Courchene, Anna-May; Cox, Ethel Cecilia; Crook, Mrs. Royal D.; Cunningham, Mrs. Margaret C.; Curtis, Elizabeth
  8  
Dailey, Laura G.; Daino, Teresa; Daland, Jane; Daniels, Mrs. Mary; Dann, Stephen; Darrah, Mrs. Wanda; Davidson, Virginia; Davis, Edna
  8  
Davis, Mrs. Ruth; De Benham, Mrs. Mary Alden; De Bye, Marion; Dedlow, Mrs. Louise; Delgado, Charles; DeLong, Luella; Dennis, Beulah May; De Prey, Alberie; DeSantis, Mrs. Anita; Devenpeck, Mrs. H. S
  8  
Dietzen, Dorothy May; Dietzen, Gretchen; Donaldson, Ada Belle; Donnelly, Mathilde O.; Dougherty, Mrs. Ruth; Dowe, Doris; Driscoll, Anna; Driscoll-, Elizabeth; Durbon, Dorothy; Dutcher, Willena
  8  
Ebersol, Mrs. Marjorie; Edinger, Mrs. P. L.; Elliott, Margaret G.; Ellsworth, Annie Merrill
  8  
Fabbricatore, Catherine S. (deceased); Farley, Stella; Farling, Helen P.; Finneran, Mary C.; Fish, Mrs. Mildred Wadley; Fisher, Evelyn; Flynn, Eileen Marie; Francis, Mrs. Helen; Freeman, Herbert; French, Mrs. Eva; Fudge, Emily Louise
  8  
Gaiser, Mrs. Celia; Gallagher, Eleanor Marie; Gallimore, Madge; Gaynor, Evelyn M.; Gehshan, Mrs. Henrietta Burgott; Geller, Sarah; Getman, Mrs. Marguerite
  8  
Giles, Isabelle; Glaeser, Marion; Gluck, Rhena; Goldbas, Mrs. Beverly Stern; Goldsmith, Mrs. Lucy; Gooding, Velma; Gragg, Mrs. Dorothy; Graver, Dona
  8  
Green, Mrs. Mary J.; Greig, Blodwen; Greig, Jean; Gulling, Mrs. Ruth Osborn; Gunn, Julia R
  8  
Hadley, Charles; Hagin, Bernice; Hagin, Mrs. Evelyn; Hakes, Vivian J.; Halstead, Mrs. Anna - includes photograph; Hammond, M. C.; Harford, Ida T.;
  8  
Hartley, Clinton; Haskins, Marion; Hayes, Elizabeth; Hayflich, Kate G.; Healy, Lolita; Henderson, James E.; Henderson, Lavern V.; Henighen, Kathryn M
  8  
Heron, Mary Catherine; Hershey, Mrs. Donald; Hess, Mrs. Florence; Hinkelman, Dorothy; Hipolit, Mrs. Jeannette M.; Holt, Margaret
  8  
Homma, Mrs. Isao; Hoppe, Mrs. Margaret - includes photograph; Horstman, Honora; Horton, Mrs. Vera; Hosmer, Emily; Howe, Ann; Howe, Ruth M.; Howes, Louise A
  8  
Hoover, Margaret; Hubbell, Irene Dean; Hubel, Dorothy; Hughes, Lillian Virginia; Hull, Marjorie; Humphreys, Lydia; Hunn, Anna E.; Huntington, Ellen; Hurlbutt, Edith M. Fenner; Hutchinson, Lois V
  8  
Ingersoll, Mary G.; Inscho, Dorothy; Jack, Elizabeth Jane; Jackson, Joyce
  8  
Jacobs, Mrs. Marguerite M.; Jansen, Ruby; Johannessen, Patricia Martin; Johnson, Mrs. Irma Y.; Johnson, Seth D.; Jones, Blanche; Jones, Mrs. Clarence
  8  
Jones, Ethel J.; Jones, Frances M.; Junkin, Mrs. Elsie; Kane, Catherine; Kayko, Mrs. Ingeborg; Kellogg, Mrs. G.; Kelly, Lovina L.; Kercher, Lydia Z.; Kerns, Mrs. Stella
  8  
King, Mrs. Helen E.; Knapp, Claude; Koch, Mrs. Nan; Kockenmeister, E. C.; Kogan, Sally; Kopman, Alta; Kornfeld, Florence M.; Kutz, Mrs. Anne
  8  
Lane, Anna E.; Lanning, Mrs. Nancy Louise; Lapp, Isabel; Larsen, Mrs. Helen L.; Laubengayer, E. Dorothy; Lee, Margaret; Lennox, Mrs. Eva
  8  
Lenox, Mrs. Theresa; Leonard, Edwin, Lewis, Dick; Lewis, Gertrude; Linke, Mrs. Esther; Lisenring, Margaret, Little, Mabel; Long, Francis; Lund, Mrs. Ethel; Lynch, Helen; Lyon, Helen
  8  
Madison, Winifred L.; Magill, Diana; Mann, Mrs. Winifred; Manning, Dorothy; Manos, Mary G.; Mapes, Anna; Marion, Mrs. Doris Grace; Marion, Wanda; Martin, Eugene Joseph; Massey, Mrs. Elizabeth
  8  
Matthews, Mrs. Eleanor; Matthews, Mrs. Eileen; Mattice, M. C.; Mattuci, Elvera; Maynard, Dorothea Matteson; Mazza, Angeline; MacBain, Marjorie; McCandless, Nancy Philips; McCarthy, Mary Catherine; McClintock, Mrs. Evelyn F.; McClure, Florence
  8  
McCracken, Kermit King; McCredy, Mrs. Jeannette E.; McCusker; Mrs. Joan Louise; McDaniels, Mary A.; McFerren, Margaret G.; McGraw, Mayme L.; McIlroy, Annie; McSkimming, Isabelle
  8  
Medlin, Clara Cuthbertson; Merdes, Mrs. Norma Wardle; Merriman, Ruth J.; Merritt, Ruth Stacey; Messinger, Mrs. Constance N
  8  
Miller, Lido; Minor, Carol; Mirantz, Mrs. Arline C.; Morehouse, Beverly Lynch; Morrow, Anne; Moskowitz, Mrs. Blanche T.; Moulton, Priscilla; Mundy, Elbert; Murphy, Arthur W
  8  
Murphy, Mrs. Eleanor Curtis (Sturges) - includes photograph; Myers, Mrs. Joan; Nardi, Clara; Nedrow, E. Paul; Newman, Elsie M.; Newton, Naomi; Nichols, Morey
  8  
Nobles, Mrs. Betty; Nolan, Anna; Nulle, Rachel Worthen; Nurmi, Elizabeth; Oehrle, Paula; Olson, Ethel; Overacker, Mrs. George; Overacker, George B
  8  
Packard, Mrs. Elizabeth; Parker, George W
  8  
Parsons, Mrs. Elsa; Paul, Thelma M.; Pearson, Mrs. Dorothy; Peiser, Mrs. Edith - includes photograph
  8  
Perez, Mrs. Mary Harrison; Pendleton, Mrs. Ann B.; Perkins, Alice W
  8  
Phillips, Mrs. Dorothy E.; Pierson, Blanche E. Martin; Pope, Vieno Pertula; Pratt, Mrs. Marian; Presswitz, Mrs. Marqery S
  8  
Probert, Dorothy; Probert, Dorothy Ann; Pullan, Edythe; Randolph, Mabel; Rathbun, Mrs. Alberta
  8  
Reed, Lucille Coggshall; Reed, Madeline Church; Reese, Irene Dowe; Reisman, Mrs. Leorita; Reslet, Frances Williams (Mrs.); Reulein, Pauline Babcock
  8  
Rezelman, Reyer; Rhea, Mrs. Flavia Wagner; Richards,
  8  
Mrs. Joyce; Roach, Jacqueline C.; Robson, Mina
  8  
Roe, Sara; Rogers, Ruth S. Tilley; Ronto, Rose C.; Root, Hazel C.; Roskelly, Mrs. Helen; Ross, Evelyn; Ross, Mrs. Grace; Rosser, Mrs. Annetta; Roth, Evelyn
  8  
Royce, Mary G.; Ruane, Mary Rita; Rundle, Eleanor J.; Russell, Claribel; Russo, Mrs. Erna B.; Ryan, Bernadine F.; Ryan, Mrs. Bessie Belle - includes photograph
  8  
Sabella, Mrs. Marjorie; Sailor, Mrs. Sara B.; Saltsman, Anna; Sampel, Ruth D.; Sampson, Mrs. Marie; Sandman, Mrs. E. M. - includes photograph; Schaffer, Amelia; Schmehl, Mrs. Elizabeth P.; Schmidt, Fatanitza Louise - includes photograph; Schmutz, Mrs. LaRue; Schoenfeld, Mrs. Edith Martin; Schubert, Mrs. Ruth D.
  8  
Scudamore, Margaret; Seeholzer, Dorothy; Shelley, Mrs. Charline L.; Sheppard, Lillian E.; Short, Mrs. Madeline
  8  
Sigler, Rita; Sinski, Anthony; Slater, Mildred; Smirlock, Mrs. Doris; Smith, Barbara; Smith, Hilda Agnes; Smith, Mrs. Katherine M.; Smithcovs, Mrs. Martha; Somers, Mrs. Beulah; Stanzinao, Mrs. Helen M
  8  
Stevens, Dorothy, B. (Buckley); Stewart, Marjorie, J.; St. John, Ruth N.; Stimson, Mary Bradley; Stockholm, Gladys; Stocking, Mrs. Harriet
  8  
Stoehr, Mrs. Aida; Storey, Mrs. Marian - includes photo graph; Storey, Mary; Stout, Mrs. J. C.: Strasburg, Mrs. Dorothy E.; Stritzinger, Gustave; Stritzinger, Mina
  8  
Stromberg, Mrs. Jean; Sturges, Sally Lou; Swanson, Mrs. Mildred; Swartley, Mrs. Elizabeth; Swartwood, Mrs. Lena; Sweatland, George; Swisher, Mrs. Marjorie; Sykes, Clara
  8  
Tack, Betty; Takce, Ethel - includes photograph; Tate, Mrs.; Taylor, Mrs. Louise; Tefft, Mrs. Jean; Thilly, Margaret; Thomas, Eleanor; Thomas, Ella Anderson; Thompson, Bertha (Mrs.)
  8  
Thorne, Dorothy L.; Tittle, Mrs. Marcia; Todd, Dorothy; Todd, Mrs. Emily B.; Tomidy, Veronica Lorayne; Tompkins, Mrs. Flossie; Treleaven, Nellie; Tucker, Mildred; Tudi, Lela; Turner, Mrs. Mildred Edith; Tyree, Helen Agnes
  9  
Underwood, Irene J.; Van Natta, Doris; Volze, Eleanor C., Wardwell, Mrs. Lorena; Watros, Glenn; Watros, Vida Steen burgh; Watt, Martha W.; Weibly, Janice Mae; Weil, Frances M.; Weinberger, Irene; Weissbecker, Alice J.
  9  
Welch, Cora; Welch, Mrs. Doris; Welch, Sarah; Westbrook, Mrs. Edna; Westlake, Harriet; Wetherbee, Phyllis Jeanne; Whipple, Diane (Barkdoll); Whitaker, Louise; Whitcraft, Marie
  9  
Whitford, Dora; Whitford, June; White, Annie M.; Wilcox, Barbara A.; Wilhelm, Bernice Louise - includes photograph; Wilkinson, Helen; Wilkinson, Mary - includes photograph; Wilkinson, Virginia Ruth; Williams, Barbara
  9  
Williams, Frances; Williams, Margery E. Ufford; Williamson, Edith Getman; Wilmot, Thomas; Wilson, Annabeth; Wolff, Helene C.; Wolff, Martha L.; Wood, Rachel
  9  
Woodruff, Jeanette; Woods, Mrs. Mary Ellen; Woods, Shirley M.D.; Wooley, Hope; Wright, Mrs. Lucille; Wyman, Mrs. Florence - includes photograph; Yager, Joseph; Zapf, Florence M
  9  
Employment of students at College to 1921
  9  
Employment of students, alumni, non-students; reference and recommendation to 1921
 
College Faculty and Staff [subseries]:
  9  
Staff correspondence: individual household, industrial and personal problems, to 1921
  9  
Staff Civil Service Report 1930-1931
  9  
Study of Faculty Ranks 1944, 1947
  9  
Study of Degrees held by Faculty- 1-947
  9  
Staff attendance at professional and scientific meetings, 1938-1939, 1940
  9  
School visiting by College faculty members 1938-1939
  9  
Home visiting by staff members 1938-1942
  9  
Data on faculty and staff
 
Stenographic and Clerical Services [subseries]:
  9  
Stenographic service studies, 1937, 1939
  9  
Stenographic service 1943-1944, 1947
  9  
Mimeograph and multilith reports, 1940-1947
  9  
Committees, Lists of
  9  
Standing Committees of the College 1927-1946
  9  
Spafford Study 1937-1938 - Foods and Nutrition
  9  
Spafford Study - Household Art
  9  
Spafford Study - Textiles and Clothing
  9  
Spafford Study - Home Economics Education
  9  
Spafford Study - General
  9  
Spafford Study - Economics of the Household
  9  
Discussion group on General Education, 1952
 
Evaluations of the College [subseries]:
  9  
Study of undergraduate teaching and checklist on other work for 1939-1940
  9  
Memorandum on Certain Aspects of Administration in Cornell University, 1945
  9  
Legal matters - Legislation: correspondence to 1921
  9  
Federal laws - Smith-Lever Act - 1919
  9  
Federal laws - Relation of federal cooperative extension employees to agricultural organizations
  9  
Federal laws - Capper-Ketcham Act - 1935
  9  
Federal laws - Hope-Flannagan Bill - 1946
  9  
State laws - Laws of New York State concerning Extension
  9  
State laws - College of Home Economics legislation of New York State Senate & Assembly, 1928
  9  
State laws - Amendments to New York Vehicle and Traffic Law, 1949
  9  
Local laws - legal problems of the department to 1921
  9  
Miscellaneous administrative materials - administrative calendar of College
  9  
Miscellaneous administrative materials - college objectives, preliminary work-1932-1942
  9  
Financial matters - Budgets 1912-1935
  10  
Financial matters - Budgets 1912-1935
  10  
Financial matters - Budgets 1935-1952 publications
  10  
Revised budqet 1945-1946
  10  
Budgets 1949-1954
  10  
Miscellaneous budgetary matters
  10  
Emergency budget 1941-1943
  10  
Transfer of bookkeeping to Roberts Business office July 1943
  10  
Budget - Acceleration
  10  
Budget - Bonuses
  10  
Special state defense funds
  10  
Miscellaneous financial & budgetary materials 1949-1959
  10  
Research budget information 1949-1959
 
Records of the College of Home Economics Placement Office [subseries]:
  60-63  
College Alumni/Personnel records, c. 1920's-1940's
  69  
Field Trips 1951-1957
  69  
Elementary Certification - Cornell 1950's and 1960's
  69  
Secondary Certification - 1960's
  69  
Home Economic Students Employed Part-Time at College 1948-1958, 1961-1966
  69  
Beginning Jobs - Vocational Information, 1950's and 1960's
  69  
Alumni Lists 1950's and 1960's
  69  
Brochure 1965
  69  
Brochure 1963
  69  
Brochure 1968- Alumni 1955-1957, 1960's
  69  
"This Job is Yours" - Publication put out by the Placement Office - 1946, 1948, 1952, 1960
  69  
Letter from Esther Stocks to Alumnae - October 1953
 
College Reports [subseries]:
  59  
The Department of Home Economics Education, by Margaret Hutchins - 1946-1958
  79  
Ad Hoc Committee Recommendations on College Study Report and Faculty discussion - 1967
  79  
Memoranda concerning Dept. of Textiles and Clothing & Organizational Committee - 1967
  79  
Reactions to Report - 1966-1967
  79  
Correspondence concerning President's Committee1965-1968
  79  
Response to College Study Report, Ad Hoc Committees - 1967-1968
  79  
Dept. of Home Economics Education, Reports 1958-1968
  79  
Recommendations of an Ad Hoc Committee on the Status of Textiles and Clothing in a Reorganized College - October 22, 1968
  79  
Organization of the College - Various Perspectives 1969
  79  
Dean Knapp's Remarks and Memoranda, Reports,1968,1969,1972
  79  
Community Service Education - HSS - late 1970'searly 1980's
  79  
College of Human Ecology - Memoranda, Reports 1970's
  80  
Faculty Meeting Minutes 1959-1968
  80  
Department Heads Meeting Minutes, 1962-1966
  81  
Faculty Meeting Minutes 1925-1943
  81  
Department Heads Meeting Minutes 1944-1962 , 1966-1969
  82  
Faculty Meeting Minutes 1943-1959
  85  
Academic Services Committee, 1969-1973,Committee on Academic Status 1974-1976
  85  
Academic Standing Faculty Committee - Annual Reports - 1946-1961,1963-1973'
  85  
Admissions - Annual Reports - 1947-1963
  85  
Admissions - Annual Reports - 1965-1969
  85  
Admissions - Annual Reports - 1969-1976
  85  
Admissions Philosophy, Policies and Procedures of the Faculty Committee on Admissions 1964, 1967
  85  
Attrition - Reports - 1939-1950, 1939-1955, 1966-1973
  85  
Certification of Home Economics Teachers - 1958-1968 Proposed Program for Training PreKindergarten & KindergartenTeachers - 1968
  85  
Communications - Publications Committee - Minutes & AnnualReports - 1950's & 1960's
  85  
Diversity - 1972-1973
  85  
Extension Studies Committee - 1947-1950
  85  
Graduate Education Committee - Annual Reports - 1969-1970, 1972-1973 Graduate Fellowship Committee - Annual Reports - 1975-1977
  85  
Grants Committee - Annual Report - 1974-1976
  85  
Mann Library Committee - Reports - 1947-1966
  85  
15 Nominations and Elections - Reports - 1948-1968
  86  
Research Committee Reports - 1954-1973
  86  
Student Faculty Committee - Reports - 1949-1969
 
Study Concerning Change from Home Economics to Human Ecology [subseries]:
  78  
Sex Discrimination Case - Cornell vs. 5 woman professors - late 1970's
  78  
Sample Research Proposals - Community Service Education - Sara Blackwell
  78  
President's Committee to Study the College of Home Economics - Minutes, Memoranda, Correspondence - 1961-1965
  78  
President's Committee to Study the College of Horne Economics - Memoranda, Goals, Proposals, correspondence, Minutes - 1961-1965
  78  
President's Committee to Study the College of Home Economics - Minutes, Memoranda - 1965
  78  
President's Committee to Study the College of Home Economics - External Consultants - 1966
  78  
President's Committee to Study the College of Home Economics - Minutes, Reports - 1966
  78  
President's Committee to Study the College of Home Economics - Progress Reports, Memoranda Reports to the Committee by people outside of Cornell, Minutes - 1966
  78  
President's Committee to Study the College of Home Economics - Memoranda, Minutes - 1966
  78  
President's Committee to Study the College of Home Economics - Reports, Memoranda, Discussion of final report - 1966
  78  
Memoranda, Correspondence, Committee Reports, 1966-May 1967
  78  
Final Report of the Preident's Committee to Study the College of Home Economics, 1966-December
 
Series II. Cooperation of the College with Governmental, Educational, and Private Organizations, 1916-1959 [series]:
 
Government, National, New York State
  10  
Government Groups - National - Land Grant College Association 1922-1932
  10  
Government Groups - National - Land Grant College Association 1933-1940
  10  
Government Groups - National - Land Grant College Association 1941-1943
  10  
Government Groups - National - Land Grant College Association Nutrition Bill 1943-1945
  10  
Government Groups - Land Grant - Home Economics Division (Historical)
  10  
Research Advisory Committee - Land Grant - (next meeting)
  10  
National Council of Parent Education - 1926-1929
  10  
National Council of Parent Education - 1930-1931
  11  
National Council of Parent Education - 1932-1935
  11  
National Council of Youth Administration - 1935-1936
  11  
National Council of Youth Administration - 1937-1940
  11  
U.S.D.A. - policies 1918, 1923
  11  
U.S.D.A. - correspondence to 1921
  11  
U.S.D.A. - Bureau of Home Economics Dietary Studies 1926
  11  
U.S.D.A. - Bureau of Home Economics 1931
  11  
Origin of Bureau of Home Economics 1923
  11  
U.S. Department of Education - Federal Board of Vocational Education - 1926-1927
  11  
U.S. Department of Labor - correspondence to 1921
  11  
U.S. War Department Service - 1949
  11  
W.P.A. - Rural Rehabilitation 1934; Rural Settlement 1936
  11  
Miscellaneous U.S. government groups - correspondence to 1921
  11  
Desmond Joint Legislative Committee on Nutrition, 1943-1946
  11  
New York State Department of Agriculture, correspondence to 1921
  11  
New York State Agricultural Advisory Commission: Martha Van Rensselaer
  11  
New York State Advisory Committee: Flora Rose, 1930-1934
  11  
Farmers' Institutes
  11  
Farmers' Institute - Women's Institutes
  11  
Farmers' Institute - Women's - clippings
  11  
New York State Council of Rural Women - 1943
  11  
New York State Department of Education - correspondence to 1921
  11  
New York State Department of Education - Bureau of Home Economics Education 1941-1943
  11  
New York State Department of Education - Bureau of Home Economics Education - 1922-1938
  11  
New York State Department of Education - Bureau of Home Economics Education - 1944-1946
  11  
New York State Department of Education - general - 1941-1946
  11  
New York State Commissioner of Education Graves - correspondence with Martha Van Rensselaer - 1930
  11  
New York State Department of Education Child Guidance - 1930-1932
  11  
New York State Department of Education Home Report - 1934-1937
  11  
New York State Flood Relief Program 1935
  11  
New York State Food Commissioner
  12  
New York State Food Supply Commission - 1917
  12  
New York State Nutrition Committee 1937-1949
  12  
New York State Department~ of Health - correspondence to 1921
  12  
New York State Department of Labor - Children's Bureau 1937-1938
  12  
New York State Joint Legislative Economy Committee August 1942
  12  
New York State Joint Legislative Committee on Imitation Milk Products and Problems, 1953
  12  
New York State departments - correspondence to 1921
 
Government Groups - Local [subseries]:
  12  
Cooperative Program between College and Nassau County, 1937-1938
  12  
Tompkins County Development Association 1935-1937
 
Private Groups [subseries]:
  12  
Associated Country Women of the World - 1936
  12  
Associated Country Women of the World - 1940
 
Private Groups - International [subseries]:
  12  
Agricultural missions Foundation - 1931-1945
  12  
Miscellaneous international organizations - correspondence to 1921
 
Private Groups National [subseries]:
  12  
American Country Life Association 1931
  12  
American Home Economics Association correspondence to 1921
  12  
American Home Economics Association Lake Placid Conference - correspondence to 1921
  12  
American Home Economics Association 1916-30
  12  
American Home Economics Association 1932
  12  
American Home Economics Association 1930-1940
  12  
American Home Economics Association 1940-1946
  12  
American Red Cross - correspondence to 1921
  12  
Association for Childhood Education - 1930
  12  
Better Homes in America Organization 1922-1935
  12  
Child Health organization of America
  12  
Foods Facts Foundation 1957
  12  
League of Women Voters 1927-1930
  12  
League of Women Voters - correspondence to 1921
  12  
Mothers' Assembly - correspondence to 1921
  12  
National Country Life Association - correspondence to 1921
  12  
Girl Scouts
  12  
General Federation of Women's Clubs - correspondence to 1921
  12  
Grange - correspondence to 1921
  13  
Women's National Farm and Garden Association 1931-1936
  13  
W.C.T.U. - correspondence to 1921
  13  
Y.W.C.H. - correspondence to 1921
  13  
National organizations - correspondence to 1921
 
Private Groups: Regional [subseries]:
  13  
Miscellaneous regional groups - correspondence to 1921
 
Private Groups: State [subseries]:
  13  
New York State Agricultural Society 1929
  13  
New York State Council of Rural Women 1931-1941
  13  
Home Bureau Creed and Home Bureau Song
  13  
Home Bureau - union with Home Economics
  13  
Farm and Home Bureaus: correspondence on problems of individual Bureaus - to 1921
  13  
New York State Federation of Home Bureaus - 1925-33
  13  
New York State Federation of Home Bureaus - and the College Marketing Program, 1929
  13  
Farm and Home Bureau - recommended constitution 1931
  13  
New York State Federation of Home Bureaus - 1934-1940
  13  
New York State Federation of Home Bureaus - correspondence 1940-46
  13  
New York State Federation of Home Bureau - Reports 1941-1942
  13  
New York State Federation of Home Bureau Reports 1943-1946
  13  
Home Bureau Federation Publicity Workshop - September 1950
  13  
Farm-Home Bureau - Extension - realignment
  13  
State Federation of Home Bureaus Handbook - 1944-1945
  13  
New York State Federation of Presidents of Women's Educational Organizations - 1921-1934
  13  
Conference Board of Women's Organizations in New York State - 1935-1943
  14  
New York State Federation of Women's Clubs - correspondence to 1921
  14  
New York State Federation of Women's Clubs - 1932-1936
  14  
New York State Home Economics Association
  14  
New York State Home Economics Clubs 1948
  14  
New York League of Women Voters 1936-1943
  14  
New York State Social Hygiene Society - correspondence to 1921
  14  
Miscellaneous State Organizations - correspondence to 1921
 
Private Groups: Local [subseries]:
  14  
Ithaca P.T.A. Study Group - 1935-1939
  14  
Local Library Organizations - correspondence to 1921
  14  
Miscellaneous Local Organizations - correspondence to 1921
  14  
Visitors to College of Home Economics 1926-1959
 
Educational Groups: Universities and Colleges [subseries]:
  14  
University of the State of New York, correspondence to 1921
  14  
New York State School of Agriculture, (Long Island) correspondence, 1915
  14  
Other New York State (government supported) Colleges, correspondence to 1921
  14  
Other State Universities, correspondence
  14  
Miscellaneous colleges and universities, A-M, correspondence
  14  
Miscellaneous colleges and universities, N-Z, correspondence
  14  
University of Illinois - correspondence to 1921
  14  
Merrill-Palmer School 1922-1934, 1942
  14  
Simmons College - correspondence to 1921
  14  
Traphagen School of Fashion (1680 Broadway, New York, New York)
 
Miscellaneous educational groups [subseries]:
  14  
Public and private grade and high schools - correspondence to 1921
  14  
George Jr. Republic - correspondence to 1921
  14  
American Association of University Women - 1935-1940
  14  
American Association of University Women - 1941-1946
  14  
Conference Board of Women's Educational organizations (in New York State) 1920-1941
  14  
Educational Groups in other countries - correspondence to 1921
  14  
Miscellaneous Educational Groups
  14  
Northeast Region Home Economics Administrators (minutes)
  14  
Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary School - Part B of Questionnaire Guide for Institutional Self-Evaluation
  14  
Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary School - Part B. of Questionnaire Guide - Copies of Original Answers By Sub-Committees (1-19)
  15  
Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary School - Part B of Questionnaire Guide - Copies of Original Answers by Sub-Committees (20-33)
 
Institutes and Conferences held at the College [subseries]:
  15  
State Committee on the New York State College of Home Economics Conference, Ithaca May 1927
  15  
Cornell P.T.A. Institute 19381946
  15  
Nutrition Conferences, Institutes - 1940's
  15  
New York State Nutrition Institute 1954
  15  
New York State Nutrition Institute 1954 - correspondence
  15  
Rural Urban Forum 1941
  15  
Conference on Home Safety for Supervising Public Health Nurses - May 1944
  15  
Work Simplification Project of the General Education Board - January 1945
  15  
Van Rensselaer - Rose Faculty Seminar & Lecture Series 1947, 1951
  15  
Van Rensselaer - Rose Series 1945-1955
  15  
Conference of New York State Association of Future Homemakers of America May 1948
  15  
Conference for Homemaking Teachers 1948-1953
  15  
Home Management Conference 1950 and Institute on Internation Education in Home Economics 1958
 
Series III. All-College Activities [series]:
 
  15  
Campus guests and guest lecturers - to 1921
  15  
Report of Dean Vincent's Reception - November 1946
  15  
Reception for the Dean - 1953
  15  
Reception for Miss Canayer - 1953
 
Cooperation with College of Agriculture [subseries]:
  15  
College of Agriculture: Abstracts of Faculty Meetings
  15  
College of Agriculture Business office
  15  
College of Agriculture Policies 1915-1931
  15  
Planning for Mann Library 1944-1948
  15  
Relationship between College of Home Economics and Rural Education Department 1941-1946
  15  
Cooperation with Rural Sociology Department 1912-1929
  15  
Sub-committee on social work - 1929-1946
  15  
College of Agriculture Publications office - 1932
  15  
Proposed Conference Center - 1947
 
Cooperation with other Divisions of the University [subseries]:
  15  
University Board of Trustees
  15  
University Library Board 1943
 
Participation in Cornell University Activities [subseries]:
  15  
Extracts from minutes of meetings of Executive Committee and Board of Trustees - 1952-1954
  15  
Extracts from minutes of meetings of Executive Committee and Board of Trustees - 1955-1958
  15  
University Convocations to 1921
  15  
University Policies
  15  
Inaugurations - Farrand, Day, Malott
  15  
Cornell University Semi-Centennial Celebration
 
SUNY Materials [subseries]:
  15  
State University of New York President Alvin C. Ewich 1949-1951
  15  
SUNY - rhe State Education Department Bureau of Home Economics Education
  15  
SUNY - Committees - Personnel Policies
  15  
SUNY - questionnaires
  15  
SUNY materials -952
  16  
SUNY and Cornell University, relations with 1949-1952
  16  
SUNY Master Plan for Community Colleges and 4 year Colleges for the State
 
Farmers' Week and Farm and Home Week [subseries]:
  16  
Farm and Home Week: Early History
  16  
Farmers Institute and Farmers Week - Homemakers Conference - 1909
  16  
Farmers Institute and Farmers Week - Homemakers Conference 1910-1913
  16  
Farmers Institute and Farmers Week - Homemakers Conference 1915-1917
  16  
Farmers Institute and Farmers Week - Homemakers Conference 1915-1917-clippings
  16  
Farmers Institute and Farmers Week - Homemakers Conference - photographs
  16  
Farmers Week - Homemakers Conference - 1918-1921
  16  
Farmers Week - Homemakers Conference - 1924, 1928-1930
  16  
Farm and Home Week - 1931-1932
  16  
Farm and Home Week Speakers - 1930-1942
  16  
Farm and Home Week 1935
  16  
Farm and Home Week 1936
  16  
Farm and Home Week 1937
  16  
Farm and Home Week 1938
  16  
Farm and Home Week 1939
  16  
Farm and Home Week 1940
  16  
Book Fair photographs 1940
  16  
Farm and Home Week 1941
  16  
Correspondence with famous people about Farm and Home Week
  16  
Farm and Home Week 1942
  16  
Farm and Home Week 1943
  16  
Farm and Home Week 1944
  16  
Farm and Home Week - planned but cancelled, 1946 *[see also: photograph series]
  16  
Farm and Home Week Demonstration Train 1946 *[see also: photograph series]
  16  
Farm and Home Week 1948
  16  
Farm and Home Week 1949
  16  
Farm and Home Week 1950
  16  
Farm and Home Week 1952, 1953
  16  
Farm and Home Week 1954
  16  
Farm and Home Week Luncheon, 1954
  16  
Farm and Home Week 1955
  17  
Farm and Home Week 1956
  17  
Farm and Home Week Workshop 1956
  17  
Farm and Home Week Catalog Material 1956
  17  
Farm and Home Week 1957
  17  
Farm and Home Week - Evaluation, 1957
  17  
Farm and Home Week Workshop 1957
  17  
Farm and Home Week Exhibit, 1957 - includes photograph
  17  
Farm and Home Week 1957
  17  
Farm and Home Week 1958
  17  
Farm and Home Week Alumni Hostesses 1958
  17  
Farm and Home Week 1959
  17  
Farm and Home Week 1960
 
Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools: Institutional Self-Evaluation [subseries]:
 
Inventory
  73  
1. History of the College
  73  
2. Organization of the College
  73  
3. Purposes and Objectives of: Resident Teaching's Undergraduate & Graduate Programs; Research; Extension
  73  
4. Questions relating to the Objectives of the College (1 -8)
  73  
5. Questions on the Resident Program of the College (9-33)
 
Tables:
  73  
1. Undergraduate Student Enrollment 1955-1956
  73  
2. Graduate Student Enrollment 1955-1956
  73  
3. Degree Conferred, Calendar Year 1956
  73  
4. Enrollment in Extension Program 1955
  73  
5. Distribution of Faculty by Academic Rank and Highest Degrees Earned 1955-1956
  73  
6. Field Staff (Extension Program) 1955
  73  
7. Faculty Salaries/Years Employed at Cornell April 1, 1956
  73  
8. Field Staff Salaries
  73  
9. Number of Semester Credit Hours Taught in regularly Scheduled Classes (Per Semester) 1955-1956
  73  
10. Distribution of SAT scores of Entering Freshmen compared with National Distribution
  73  
11. Distribution of High School Averages of Entering Freshmen
  73  
12. Distribution of Rank in High School Class of Entering Freshmen
  73  
13. Statistical Analysis of Class and Section Size 1955-1956
  73  
14. Grades Given in Undergraduate Classes (By Department) 1955-1956
  73  
15. Distribution of Grades for Each Required Course in Home Economics 1954-195
  73  
16. Attrition by June among Freshmen Matriculating 1938-1951, 1955
  73  
17. Comparison: Grade Distribution of Home Economics
  73  
Students to Students in University as a whole. Fall 1955
  73  
18. Growth of Home Demonstration and 4-H Country Programs
 
Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary School [subseries]:
 
Inventory:
  73  
1 . Preface: History; Organization; Budget
  73  
2. Purposes and Objectives: (questions 1-7)Divided by: Resident Undergraduate Program; Research; Extension
  73  
3. Answers to Question 8-23 of Questionnaire, including tables and charts
  73  
Report of the Evaluation Committee of the New York State College of Home Economics for the Middle States Association Evaluation November 1957
  73  
"What Do We Do About Our Degree Holders?" Question 5-7 by Esther Stocks 1956
  73  
Thesis - Alice Phillips - 1956 "Part-Time Employment of Homemakers"
  73  
Refresher Education - Early 1960's-Notes, Copy of Tabulations
  73  
Refresher Education - Early 1960's - Research, Notes, etc., leading up to Refresher Education Questionnaire
  73  
Refresher Education Questionnaire (rough draft thru final product)
 
Home Economics/Human Ecology Alumni Institutes [subseries]:
  76  
1952 First Alumni Institute
  76  
1954 Alumni Institute
  76  
1961 Families in an Interdependent World & 1963 Family Housing (Proceedings)
  76  
1962: "The American Family: A Critical Appraisal"
  76  
1963: "Family Housing"
  76  
1964: "The American Consumer"
  76  
1965: "Nutritional Status"
  76  
1966: "Textiles & Clothing in a Changing World"
  76  
1967: "Man in a Changing Environment"
  76  
1967: Photographs
  76  
1968: "Toward the Year 2000"
  76  
1969: "Communications and Family"
  76  
1970: "The University & Social Policy"
  76  
1971: "Aging: The People and the Process"
  76  
1972:Alumni Institute
  76  
"Children: Who Cares and How?"
  76  
1972:Ithaca House Tour
  76  
1972:Nutrition Institute
  76  
1973:Alumni Institute
  76  
"Youth: Concerns and Commitments Now"
  76  
1974:Alumni Institute
  76  
"Consumers in Common: Paradox, Perspective, Priority"
  76  
1975:Alumni Institute
  76  
"Welfare: Problems and Possibilities"
  76  
1976:Alumni Institute
  76  
"The American Family: Who Cares?"
  76  
1977:Alumni Institute
  76  
"Food For Health"
  76  
1978:Alumni Institute
  76  
"Energy: Consumer Policy"
  76  
1979:Alumni Institute
  76  
"Human Ecology: The Next Ten Years"
 
Series IV. World War I, World War II and Wartime, defense, and relief work, 1917-1947 [series]:
 
[subseries]:
  17  
U.S. Food Administration 1917-1918
  17  
U.S. Food Administration - organization 1918-1919
  17  
Martha Van Rensselaer's work with U.S. Food Administration 1918
  17  
U.S. Food Administration Conservation and Preparation 1918
  17  
U.S. Food Administration - mimeographed letters and carbons
  17  
U.S. Food Administration - food conservation and publicity
  17  
U.S. Food Administration - pamphlets and photograph
  17  
U.S. Food Administration - clippings
  17  
U.S. Food Administration - food conservation, history, letters, etc. [Herbert Hoover letters]
  18  
Thrift Program 1918
  18  
Food Conservation: milk campaigns
  18  
Miscellaneous food conservation efforts - correspondence to 1921
 
World War II [subseries]:
  18  
National Defense Program 1941
  18  
Foreign Service Curriculum 1942-1943
  18  
Courses: War Emergency (Dean Betten's Committee)
  18  
New York State College of Home Economics in the Defense Program 1941-1942
  18  
College Defense Committee 1940-1941
  18  
Extension Service War Council 1941-1942
  18  
College Students Defense Program 1940-1941
  18  
New York State Emergency Food Commission (Dean Blanding, Director of Human Nutrition in the Commission) 1945-1946
  18  
New York State Emergency Food Commission Committee on Human Nutrition 1942-1944
  18  
New York State Emergency Food Commission Sub-committees #1 & #2 on Human Nutrition 1943
  18  
University Wartime Training Committee 1943
  18  
New York State Emergency Food Commission - publications 1945-1946
  18  
New York State Emergency Food Commission Relationship with Counties 1943-1945
  18  
Defense Council - Women's Division 1941
  18  
Defense News Releases 1940-1941
  18  
County Nutrition Defense Committee 1940-1941
  18  
New York State War Council - Office of War Training 1943
  18  
New York State War Council - office of Civilian Mobilization 1943-1944
  19  
War Records - staff leave 1943-1945
  19  
World War II - general
  19  
New York State War Council (printing funds for College) 1942
  19  
New York State Colleges of Articulture & Home Economics Joint Committee on Post-War Training 1943-1944
  19  
New York State Land-use Sub-committee on Marketing & Distribution 1941-1943
  19  
New York State Colleges of Agriculture & Home Economics Extension Wartime Committee on Health 1942-1944
  19  
U.S. Department of Agriculture War Food Administration 1943-1944
  19  
New York State Farm Labor Program 1943
  19  
Defense Literature - World War II
  19  
Sub-committee on Counseling and Guidance of the Committee on University Policy on Post-War Conditions 1942-1944
 
Miscellaneous Wartime and Relief Work [subseries]:
  19  
Depression Relief 1933
  19  
Relief work
  19  
Relief conferences in state 1932
  19  
(Federal Emergency Relief Administration) New York State Civil Service Administration 1933-1934
  19  
State & National Emergency Relief
  19  
State & National Emergency Relief 1932-1935
  19  
Contribution of College to Department of Home Economics at Warsaw Agricultural College, Warsaw, Poland 1946-47
  19  
Committee on Housing (after World War II) and USDA housing survey information questionnaires
 
Series V. Student Activities [series]:
  19  
Undergraduate Program - correspondence with students, to 1921
  19  
Undergraduate Program - catalogs, general data, to 1921
  59  
Handbook for Home Economics Freshmen, 1941-1942
  19  
Letter and information sent to incoming Freshmen, summer 1945 & n.d
  19  
Undergraduate program - general curriculum, to 1921
  19  
Undergraduate program - correspondence with students, to 1921
  19  
Undergraduate program - specific courses, to 1921
  19  
Homemaking apartments ***- include photographs 1921-1925
  19  
Homemaking apartments *** 1942-1946
  19  
Homemaking apartments *** 1952-1954
  19  
Undergraduate program - baby for homemaking apartment
  19  
Graduate Program - all data to 1921
  19  
Graduate committee * 1928-1938
  19  
Graduate Program in Cornell 1930-1932
  19  
Graduate procedures for Plans A and B 1939-1948
  19  
Manual for writers of theses 1942, 1946
  19  
Reports of meetings of graduate staff 1942-1944
  19  
Matters re graduate staff 1942-1949
  19  
Summer Session before 1921
  20  
Summer Session 1927
  20  
Summer Session 1928
  20  
Summer Session 1929
  20  
Summer Session 1930
  20  
Summer Session 1931
  20  
Summer Session 1932
  20  
Summer Session 1933
  20  
Summer Session 1934
  20  
Summer Session 1935
  20  
Summer Session 1936
  20  
1936 Summer Session - county leader scholars
  20  
Summer Session 1937
  20  
1937 Summer Session - Study of Registration
  20  
1937, 1939, and 1940 Summer Sessions - Analysis of Registrants
  20  
Summer Session 1938
  20  
1938 Summer Session - Analysis of Registration
  20  
Summer Session 1939
  20  
Study of Summer Session Registrations 1939-45 inclusive
  20  
1940 Summer Session - Analysis of Registrants
  20  
Summer Session 1940
  20  
Summer Session 1941
  20  
1941 Summer Session - Analysis of Registrants
  20  
Summer Session 1942
  20  
Summer Session 1943
  20  
Summer Session 1944
  20  
Summer Session 1945
  20  
Winter Courses
  20  
Winter Course correspondence with students, to 1921
  20  
Martha Van Rensselaer Club - Home Economics Winter Course - Women
  20  
Correspondence re new courses 1940-1952
  20  
Home Nursing Course (American Red Cross) 1943
  20  
Accelerated Program ***1942-1944
  20  
Curriculum history
  20  
Early Childhood Education Curriculum 1955-1957
  20  
Course for Dietitians in Military Hospitals - twelve-week summer term 1918
  20  
Home Practice Project 1923-1932
  20  
Nursing, School of correspondence 1932-1940
  20  
Materials re School of Nursing
  20  
Cornell Medical Hospital Committee 1930
  20  
Enrollment figures and quotas
  20  
Scholarship Committee 1927-1929
  20  
Morganthau Fellowship 1926-1933
  20  
Bertha Dunckel Duffy Scholarships (discontinued in 1942) 1938-1942
  20  
Dushkin Award *** 1948-1949 (active for one year only)
  20  
Johnson Home Economics Scholarship (active for one year only) 1947-1948
  20  
Johnson Grants-In-Aid *** 1946-1947 (discontinued after this year)
  20  
Summer Extension Scholarship * 1934-1941 (Discontinued in 1941)
  20  
Ellen H. Richards Scholarship 1925-1934
  20  
Women's National Farm and Garden Association Scholarship 1930-1932 and 1949
  20  
The 1947-1948 Home Economics Scholarships 1947--
  20  
Fellowship Near East Foundation 1943-1944
  20  
National Council of Parent Education Fellowship 1932-1933
  20  
Pillsbury Shelf of Home Economics Books (discontinued in 1948) 1944-1948
  20  
Woman's Home Companion Fellowship 1943 (proposed only; never active)
  20  
Alpha Delta Pi Scholarship ** offered but not accepted in 1931 and 1927
  20  
Hotel Administration Scholarship (handled by Hotel School) 1927-1931
  20  
Scholarship and Fellowship Correspondence, including the description of the Serby-Gildea Scholarship(1967), 1911-1967
 
International Students [subseries]:
  20  
German Students *** 1950-1951
 
Housing of Students [subseries]:
  20  
Resident teaching housing of students, to 1921
 
Guidance of Students [subseries]:
  20  
Home Economics Guidance Material 1928
  20  
Vocational Guidance
 
Resident Teaching: Miscellaneous [subseries]:
  21  
Grading 1932-40
  21  
Honor System 1927
  21  
Resident Teaching - miscellaneous administrative problems, to 1921
  21  
Resident Teaching - miscellaneous student problems, to 1921
  21  
Miscellaneous student events and activities, to 1921
  21  
Faculty-Student social functions, Senior Breakfasts
  21  
Freshmen's Breakfasts 1937-1939
 
Student Organizations [subseries]:
  21  
Student Organizations - "Cornell Countryman," to 1921
  21  
Cornell Countryman - "Domecon Doings" - 1929-1933
  21  
Student Organizations- "Cornell Daily Sun," to 1921
  21  
Martha Van Rensselaer Club (Winter Course)
  21  
Frigga Fylga
  21  
Kermis
  21  
Freshman faculty meetings 1932-1933
  21  
Senior Class Function Candle Lighting
  21  
Sedowa - includes photograph; notebook
  21  
Omicron Nu (1922-1933); printed materials
  21  
Mortar Board 1934-1935
  21  
Student Council 1924-1935
  21  
Student Forum 1936-1937
  21  
Home Economics Club; includes roll book
  21  
Student traditions
  21  
Alumnae Association, beginnings 1927
  21  
Alumnae Association 1938-1940
  21  
Alumnae Association 1933-1937
  21  
Alumnae Institute 1954
  21  
Alumnae - geographical distribution 1937 and 1954
  21  
Alumnae newsletter- history of 1963-1964
  21  
Alumnae - occupations 1926-1964
  21  
Alumnae - study of 952 alumnae 1911-1930
  21  
Alumnae jobs - letter regarding 1954-1955
  21  
Alumnae - demand and supply home economics occupations 1956
  107  
Alumnae Association-Memos, Reports, Correspondence 1952-62
  107  
Alumnae Association-Correspondence 1963-1965
  107  
"The Changing Role of Home Economics in Land-Grant Institutions"-by Helen Canoyer and Mary Wood 1962
  21  
What do we know about our degree holders 1956
  21  
Home Economics - committees (early statements re function)
  21  
Home Economics Counseling Service 1948, 1964
  21  
Home Economics - Secretary of College and placement programs 1933, 1946, 1955
  21  
Department of Food and Nutrition - graduate work
  21  
Housing and Design Department
  21  
Graduate degrees - Household Art and Textiles and Clothing for 1949
  21  
Institution Management Department
  21  
Textiles and Clothing - Costume Collection
 
Graduate Staff organization of the College of Home Economics [subseries]:
  51  
Organizational history;
  51  
Graduate student lists - chairman of the graduate staff
  51  
General Home Economics minor 1958-1961
  51  
Committee on Research and Graduate Study minutes 1931-1938
  51  
Minutes 1937-1941
  51  
Minutes 1941-1942
  51  
Minutes 1942-1945
  51  
Minutes 1945-1953
  51  
Minutes 1953-1956
  51  
Minutes 1956-1961
  51  
Graduate scholarships including Anna Cora Smith; chairman of the graduate staff 1932-1948
  51  
Correspondence re English course for graduate students; chairman of the graduate staff 1942-1944
  51  
Graduate staff - general correspondence 1945-1958
  51  
Procedures in the College of Home Economics for dealing with applications for graduate study Spring 1948
  51  
Home Economics graduate staff 1948-1950
  51  
Manual of Style 1-950
  51  
Graduate student seminars 1952-1960
  51  
Report on graduate students and assistants -Ad Hoc Committee 1955
  51  
Graduate staff 1956-1958
  51  
Graduate staff 1958-1959
  51  
Graduate staff 1959-1960
  51  
Graduate staff, 1960-1961; graduate staff, correspondence, articles, 1961-1962; graduate staff, 1962-1963
  65  
Studies of B.S. holders from the College of Home Economics in the 1960's [subseries]:
 
Honors Day 1960-1969 [subseries]:
  74  
Photos-Honors Day, Special Events
  74  
Honors Day Program - 1969
  74  
Honors Day Program - 1968
  74  
Honors Day Program - 1967
  74  
Honors Day Program - 1966 and red book of photos
  74  
Honors Day Program - 1965
  74  
Honors Day Program - 1964
  74  
Honors Day Program - 1963
  74  
Honors Day Program - 1962
  74  
Honors Day Program - 1960-61
 
College of Home Economics--Dean's Office [subseries]:
  83  
Vocational interest forms for students
 
Series VI. Teaching and Research [series]:
 
Child Development, Family Relations [subseries]:
  21  
The Causes and Treatment of Enuresis in the Pre-School Child 1926. An exploratory study of the relationships between the parental control and acceptance of rural children and the behavior and attitudes of the children toward their younger siblings Purnell #360 CDFR; Development of Thinking in Children, State Project #25 CDFR
  21  
Some aspects of Cognitive Development during Infancy and the Pre-school Years. State #32 CDFR
  21  
Sociological Studies of the Family, State #34 CDFR; Adult Influence and Child Behavior, State #35 CDFR; Explorations of Conceptions Expressed in Play, Fantasies and Dreams, State #41 CDFR; Family Factors in the Development of Entrepreneurial Ability, State #42 CDFR
  21  
Personality Factors Associated with Role Gratification in Women, State #20 Grant; Pride and Shame in Children, State #21 (CDFR) Grant; Effects upon Creativity and Family Interaction of Participation in a Creative Expression Program; State #22 (CDFR:l Grant
  21  
A Study-of the Practices and Values of Rural Families in Rearing Pre-school Childres Purnell #355 CDFR
  21  
A Study of patterns of control and acceptance in the child rearing practices of 91 rural mothers, Purnell #369 CDFR
  21  
Changing structure of the rural community with implications for rural programming, Purnell #389 CDFR; Family Structure and Personality Development, State #31 Grant CDFR; How Children Learn to Read, State #33 Grant CDFR
  21  
Cornell Studies in Social Growth: a) Springdale Project, b) Identification of Family Structure, State #3 CDFR includes progress reports, project statements, grant foundation assistantships, correspondence, U.S. Public Health Service, and Markle Foundation
 
Home Economics Education [subseries]:
  21  
Factors in School and Community Situations that are related to Effectiveness of High School Home Economics Programs (Home Economics Education) State #9
  21  
Contributions of the High School Home Economics Program toward improved family living in the community (Home Ec. Ed.) State #13
  21  
Study of Community Approach to Student Teaching (Home Ec. Ed.) U State #15; Factors Related to the Selection of College Teachers in Home Economics (Home Ec. Ed.) State #28; Measurement of Values of Home Economics Teachers, (Home Ec. Ed.) State #37; Evaluation of Senior High School Courses in Family Relationships, (Home Ec. Ed.) State #36 Grant
  87  
Cornell Refresher Conference for Teachers, 1948-"Work Conference on Life Adjustment Education"
  87  
Jr. High School Homemaking Curriculum Workshop for Homemaking Teachers, 1955-at Buffalo, New York
  87  
An Overview of the Workshop in Curriculum Planning for Early Secondary Education in Homemaking, 1956-at Cornell
  87  
Workshop and Field Experiences in Home Economics in Home Economics Education, 1959 - Ethelwyn Cornelius and Marjorie Swift - Cornell University
  87  
Field Experience in Home Economics Education, 1959 - Summer Visit Reports - Ethelwyn Cornelius
  87  
Field Experience in Home Economics Education, 1959-Summer Visit Reports - Marjorie Swift
  87  
Overview of the Workshop in Secondary Education (with Focus on Homemaking 3) Summer Session, 1957-at Cornell
  87  
Preplanning for the Workshop, 1957
  87  
Correspondence concerning the Refresher Conference, 1957
  87  
Summer Session, 1955-at Cornell
  87  
Workshop in Curriculum Planning for Early Secondary Education in Homemaking, 1955-Summer Session-at Cornell
  87  
New York State Conference for Homemaking Teachers, 1953-Registration Packet
  87  
New York State Conference for Homemaking Teachers, 1953 - Resource Center, Rooms, Study Groups, Evaluation
  87  
Conference - 1953- Publicity - Source of Audio Visual Material and the Conference Program Folder Description
  87  
Committee on Home Economics in Higher Education - Report, 1951-Chicago, Illinois
  87  
Workshop on Family Life Education, 1951 - Margaret Hutchins,Coordinator - Summer Session-at Cornell
  87  
Refresher Conference - Program and Registrants and material from the program, 1950- Summer Session-at Cornell
  87  
Refresher Conferences for Home Economics Teachers at Cornell- 1946-1949
  87  
College Faculty Workshop, 1942-Albany, New York
  87  
New York State Conference for Homemaking Teachers - 1941-Syracuse
  87  
Bulletin Boards done by Home Economics Students in Trumansburg - 1964
 
Textiles and Clothing [subseries]:
  21  
Textile Investigation 1923
  21  
Study of clothing of pre-school children as it relates to their behavior and development, Purnell #350 TC and CDFR
  21  
Selection, Care and Management of Household Textiles, 1929-1930, Purnell TC; TC A study of performance during wear of women's and children's silk, rayon, and cotton wearing apparel fabrics, Purnell #310 TC; Consumer satisfaction with Garments as Related to characteristics of the Garments and consumer practices in selection, use, and care, Hatch Amended #159
  21  
Psychology of Clothing, State #4 TC; Serviceability and care of selected materials containing Nylon, Dacron, and Acrylic Fibers, State #12 TC; Laboratory performance of new winter cottons and blends or mixtures in cleaning or laundering processes and in laundering or cleaning alternated with abrasives, State #14 TC; Comparative warmth of Blankets, State #29 TC; motivation and Satisfaction in the Selection and Use of Clothing Items, State #30 TC
 
Housing and Design [subseries]:
  21  
Space, Facility and Structural Regulations for Farm Houses in the Northeast Region, Research and Marketing #3, N.E. #7 H D
  21  
Determination of Housing Needs and Preferences of Families Engaged in Each Major Type of Farming in New York State, R & M #3 H & D
  22  
Study of Housing Requirement and House Improvement Practices of Rural Families in five Selected Areas of New York State, R & M #17
  22  
Criteria for Improved Housing Design based on family living characteristics, State #10, Hatch #112, R & M #42 H & D; Basic Space Requirements in N.E. Farm Houses as Influenced by Activity Patterns, R & M #62 H & D;R & M Housing Needs of the Aged in Urban and Rural Areas, Hatch Amended #203 H & D; The Measurement of rural housing quality, Hatch Amended #204 H & D;
  22  
Criteria for design and planning of bathrooms, Hatch #252 H & D; Farm House Storage Facilities for food Commodities and Related Equipment, State #8 H & D; Home Buying and Financing Trends in Selected Urban Areas of New York State, State #28 H & D; Research in Residential Lighting, State #18 H & D; Grant; Housing Values, State #19 H & D; Grant
  22  
Correspondence - includes reports, N.E.#7, R & M #3
  22  
State Rural Housing Research (Grace Marin and others)
 
Food and Nutrition [subseries]:
  22  
Department of Nutrition Studies; state and federal projects
  22  
Correspondence 1948-57
 
Household Management [subseries]:
  22  
Department of Household Management Studies; state and federal projects
  22  
Development of functional basis for kitchen designing
  22  
Miss Sowers' Research on Practice House 1931
 
Institutional Management [subseries]:
  22  
Department of Institutional Management Studies; state and federal projects
 
Hotel Administration [subseries]:
  23  
Stoves and ranges project 1924
  23  
Miscellaneous projects
  23  
Projects never initiated
 
Financial Reports [subseries]:
  23  
1959-1960
  23  
1958-1959
  23  
1957-1958
  23  
1956-1957
  23  
1955-1956
  23  
1945-1955
  23  
1953-1954
  23  
1952-1953
  23  
1951-1952
  23  
1950-1951
  23  
1949-1950
  23  
1948-1949
  23  
1947-1948
  23  
1940-1944
  23  
1937-1940
  23  
1934-1937
  23  
1932-1934
  23  
1930-1932
  23  
1926-1930
  23  
College of Home Economics Finance Research 1922-1924
  23  
Annual Reports on Research 1949-1959
  23  
Research in Progress 1922-1960
 
Miscellaneous Reports [subseries]:
  23  
1923-1926
  23  
Memos, reports 1923-1930
  23  
Faculty Studies in Home Economics, 1924-29; Report on Vital Research, 1926; research problems in household economy, 1925-1926; memo - 1927
  23  
Home Ec. Research, 1927, 1929; Research Questionnaire,1929
  23  
Research in Foods and Nutrition, 1929-1930; Standards and Cost of Living Research Program, 1930-1940
  23  
Study of school lunchroom work in some New York State schools, 1932; form for reporting projects, 1932; bills before Congress, 1935
  23  
Research projects - Cornell Experiment Station, 1936; memos, 1941-1942; research agreements, 1944-1946
  23  
Medical Advisory Committee on Food and Nutrition Research, 1946-1949; miscellaneous research materials, 1947
  23  
Statement of Policy concerning research contracts, 1948; theses in Home Economics, 1948-1949; statement of patent policy, 1949; trends in Home Economics research, 1949
  23  
Calendar of scheduled meetings and administrative dates 1950-1967
  23  
Financing of research projects, 1952; memos and reports, 1953-57; contributions of research program to graduate programs, 1955; miscellaneous memos, 1955-1956
  23  
Home Economics at university level 1956
  23  
The Forward Look in Home Economics Research, 1957
  23  
Report to Visiting Committee on Biological Science, 1963
  23  
Textiles and Clothing Research
 
History of Research and College Research Committee [subseries]:
  23  
Early history or research in Home Economics; College Committee on Research to Dean Canoyer, 1959; research policies and practices, 1957
  23  
Research Policy and Practice, (revised 1962); Statement of research policy and practice, 1957; Report of College Research Committee, 1953-1954; Statement of research policy, 1953; report of College Research Committee,1952-1953
  23  
Report of College Research Committee 1949-1952
  23  
Report of College Research Committee,1946-1949; activities and discussions of the research committee, 1947-1955
  23  
College Research Committee, 1947; Committee on Research and Graduate Study, 1932-1934; History of the Research Committee, 1932; historical review of research, 1925-1937
  23  
Research - committee meetings, 1950-1957
  23  
Director of Research - correspondence 1922-1931
  23  
Coordinator of Research in Home Economics (Catherine J. Personius)
 
Research Studies [subseries]:
  84  
Posture studies from the 1930's
  89  
Contains samples household work surverys done in Baldwin, New York in 1964 for the College of Home Economics
 
Farm Homemakers Use of Time (1936) - 13 volumes Genessee County
  1  
Batavia No. 11-114
  2  
Batavia No. 115-187
  3  
Batavia No. 190-303
  4  
Bergen No. 3-76
  5  
Bergen No. 78-171
  6  
Bethany No. 4-90
  7  
Bethany No. 95-175
  8  
Byron
  9  
Pavilion No. 2-93
  10  
Pavilion No. 94-181
  11  
Stafford No. 1-108
  12  
Stafford No. 111-196
  13  
Seasonal Records from all Townships
 
Series VII. Extension [series]:
 
General Information [subseries]:
  24  
Early history of extension
  24  
Extension correspondence to 1921 (including potato patriotism folder 6)
  24  
Extension policy
  24  
Extension schools
  24  
Extension staff --- voting privilege
  24  
Junior Extension
  24  
Extension expense accounts - some early examples (before 1921)
  24  
Extension teaching preparation for careers in extension
  24  
Extension services in other states - correspondence to 1921
  24  
Preparation of extension publications, to 1921
  24  
Distribution, use of, and quotation from extension publications, to 1921
  24  
Extension Publications Committee, to 1921
  24  
New York State Extension Federation of 4-H Clubs
  24  
miscellaneous extension materials
 
Farmers' Wives Reading Course and Clubs [subseries]:
  24  
Early history
  24  
Correspondence, to 1921
  24  
Reading Course for Farm Home and Cornell Study Clubs; clippings
  24  
Farmers' Wives Reading Course and Clubs - testimonials, to 1921
  24  
Reading Course - letters from readers
  24  
Envelopes - post cards from readers
  25  
Envelopes - post cards from readers
  25  
Reading Course testimonials on large index cards. see also: Box 46 for examples of booklets from Farmers' Wives Reading Course 1901-1940
  25  
Reading Course for the Farm Home Reports 1903
  25  
Problems of Extension Organization 1915-21 on
  25  
Cornell Study Clubs - Programs
  25  
Study Clubs and Home Bureau: Rise of Home Bureau, Decline of Study Clubs
 
Use of Other Communications Media
  25  
Early Radio Work
  25  
State College Radio Committee
  25  
Federal Movie of New York State College of Home Economics taken in 1947-1948
  25  
Cooperation in state and county fairs
  25  
Publicists and advertisers, correspondence to 1921
  25  
1939 Worlds Fair Exhibit
  25  
Cooperative Extension work in Colleges of Agriculture and Home Economics, "Better Living on the Farm" 1941-1943
  25  
"Victory Special" Train, 1912-1920 - correspondence
 
Series VIII. Correspondence [series]:
  25  
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and R. H. Wheeler, Extension Professor, to 1921
  25  
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and M. C. Burritt, Vice-Director of Extension, to 1921.
  25  
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with A. R. Mann, to 1921
  25  
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with A. R. Mann, 1921
  25  
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with L. H. Bailey, to 1921
  25  
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with W. A. Stocking, to 1921
  25  
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with Charles Tuck, to 1921
  25  
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with George A. Works, to 1921
  26  
Correspondence:Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with 5" ltr. Cornelius Betten
  26  
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with President Schurman, to 1921
  26  
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with Agriculture professors, to 1921
  26  
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with non-Agriculture faculty, to 1921
  26  
Correspondence with the Hoovers
  26  
Correspondence with Franklin Roosevelt
  26  
Correspondence with the Roosevelts
  26  
Correspondence with Eleanor Roosevelt
  26  
Correspondence with prominent figures
  26  
Invitations and calling cards
  26  
Miscellaneous correspondence (including correspondence about the death of Helen Canon; and correspondence concerning Belgium Medals of Honor-actual medals in museum collection #'s 330-338)
  110  
Photocopies of correspondence to and from Martha Van Rensselaer from the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library-many of the letters are to/from Louise Stanley and the Hoovers
 
Alumni Correspondence [subseries]:
  70  
Abercrombie, Elizabeth Roger
  70  
Aberle, Helen A
  70  
Adams, Ann Babcock
  70  
Adams, Beverley Collins
  70  
Adams, Elaine Ogle
  70  
Adams, Grace Krieger
  70  
Adams, Isabelle Pellegrino
  70  
Adams, Marguerite H.
  70  
Adams, Olive Redmond
  70  
Adie, Margaret Valele
  70  
Alden, Ann Bucholz 1945
  70  
Algeo, Virginia Liptay 1939
  70  
Ali,Zahida Amjad GR
  70  
Allen, Dorothy Davis 1942
  70  
Allen, Judith K. 1953
  70  
Allen, Virginia 1942
  70  
Allessandrini, Norma 1944
  70  
Allison, Annette GR
  70  
Ainquist, Norma Hoagland 1941
  70  
Alt, Elizabeth 1941
  70  
Ambler, Ruth 1951
  70  
Ammarell, Mary E 1943
  70  
Andersen, Mai Jean E. 1949
  70  
Anderson, Elizabeth Sadd 1952
  70  
Anderson, Helen Jean 1951
  70  
Anderson, Mary Louise 1948
  70  
Anderson, Patricia Wehman 1954
  70  
Anderson, Ruth Sherlock GR
  70  
Angell, Lucia M. 1937
  70  
Antell, Marquerite Hannan 1947
  70  
Anwar, Pari 1949
  70  
Apeseche, Ruth Roeder 1940
  70  
Appiqnani, Georgianna 1956
  70  
Appleby, Sadye MS '46
  70  
Arata, Dorothy GR
  70  
Armstrong, Helen E. 1941
  70  
Armstrong, Marjorie MS '40
  70  
Arnold, Jean Allanson 1945
  70  
Arnold, Laura DuBois 1944
  70  
Aronson, Natalie 1937
  70  
Arther, Barbara J. 1942
  70  
Artman, Esther 1950
  70  
Arundel, Hope Mason 1946
  70  
Ashley, Joyce 1953
  70  
Atkinson, Sylvia Small 1939
  70  
Atteridg, Louise Van Nederyne 1948
  70  
Atwell, Jean MS '44
  70  
Avety, Donna Jean 1955
  70  
Axinn, Nancy Wingsten 1947
  70  
Babcock, Celia E. 1951
  70  
Babcock, Mildred MA '66
  70  
Bachman, Betty Bloom 1941
  70  
Backaleiuck, Theda 1937
  70  
Baer, Jane 1941
  70  
Bailey, Eleanor 1950
  70  
Ball, Alice Schilling 1946
  70  
Ball, Kathryn 1940
  70  
Barber, June Norris 1946
  70  
Barlow, Elizabeth 1943
  70  
Barnes, Barbara GR
  70  
Barnes, Eunice Shepard 1944
  70  
Barnett, Jacqueline 1956
  70  
Barrett, Jane Hall 1940
  70  
Barstow, Beth 1955
  70  
Bartels, Constance Ruderisch 1945
  70  
Bartholomew, Ruth 1946
  70  
Bartlett, Nancy Garber 1949
  70  
Bartter, Scharlie Watson 1947
  70  
Bassett, Barbara Beyrent 1951
  70  
Bates, Barbara Zimmerman 1954
  70  
Baum, Carol 1944
  70  
Baxter, Priscilla Coffin 1941
  70  
Bayer, Barbara A. 1946
  70  
Beall, Molly GR
  70  
Bean, Marion 1937
  70  
Beatman, Thelma 1938
  70  
Beaudoin, Rachel 1941
  70  
Becker, Harriet Howell 1941
  70  
Becker, Lois Myers 1947
  70  
Beckhorn, Mrs. Edward J. Eato 1948
  70  
Behrle, Fred GR
  70  
Behrman, Patricia 1951
  70  
Belinke, Catherine GR
  70  
Bell, Claire Naughton GR
  70  
Bell, Dorothy Lawrence 1947
  70  
Bellamy, Janet Peifer 1954
  70  
Belinger, Gladys GR
  70  
Bellis, Roberta 1955
  70  
Bemis, Ann Sheridan 1947
  70  
Benko, Jane 194 8
  70  
Bennett, Eileen 1949
  70  
Bennett, Evelyn Willis 1939
  70  
Benson, Bonita J. 1952
  70  
Berg, Adrian Pearsall 1946
  70  
Berg, Jerry Backus 1942
  70  
Bernhard, Eleanor Norris 1942
  70  
Bernhardt, Harriet Pflaum 1945
  70  
Bernstein, Anna-Rose 1941
  70  
Bharucha, Roshan P. GR
  70  
Bigalow, June Woolever Steele 1942
  70  
Binder, Jean 1947
  70  
Biorn-Hausen, Vera 1953
  70  
Birkland, Barbara 1944
  70  
Bishop, Mary Kabat 1954
  70  
Bizal, Rachel Sanders GR
  70  
Blaisdell, Jane Edmonds 1954
  70  
Blatchley, Alice Pitcher 1939
  70  
Blazer, Arlene 1956
  70  
Block, Betty Carpenter 1941
  70  
Blum, Abraham H. PhD '53
  70  
Blume, Fran deSylva 1955
  70  
Blumoff, Henrietta 1951
  70  
Bly, Helene Lingel 1945
  70  
Boardurau, Peggy 1940
  70  
Boardwan, Agnes 1943
  70  
Bocworth, Phylliis 1956
  70  
Boettke, Eleanor 1948
  70  
Boicourt, Ruth Closson GR
  70  
Boicourt, Ruth Closson MS '41
  70  
Bokman, Mary Lou F!ynn 1951
  70  
Bolden, Jeanne 1951
  70  
Bolton, Marie 1940
  70  
Bonta, Helene J. 1949
  70  
Booke, Norma Wilcox MS '62
  70  
Borchard, Sara 1955
  70  
Borchers, Mary Jane Sterner 1950
  70  
Borgman, Bernice GR
  70  
Bosshardt, Joan Clifton 1954
  70  
Bostwick, Jean Soule 1941
  70  
Bottorff, Ann Nash 1943
  70  
Bourne, Betty 1941
  70  
Bower, Barbara Phillips 1952
  70  
Bower, Catherine L. 1936
  70  
Bowmaker, Barbara Collins 1956
  70  
Bowman, Betty Bain GR
  70  
Bowman, Betty 0. 1943
  70  
Boyd, Isabel K. 1936
  70  
Boylan, Joseph Mary GR
  70  
Boyle, Dorothy Scott 1945
  70  
Bradt, Florence M. 1937
  70  
Bramley, Gertrude 1938
  70  
Brandis, Mary EIlen 1943
  70  
Brandt, Henry GR
  70  
Braun, Ellen B. 1948
  70  
Brayton, Dorothy M. 1941
  70  
Brill, Hazel 1946
  70  
Briukman, Janet Kennedy 1947
  70  
Broadhead, Mary Caryl 1955
  70  
Brodbeck, Rose F. 1940
  70  
Brody, Sonia Goldfarb 1956
  70  
Bromberg, Ann Sherwin 1952
  70  
Brooks, Mille 1938
  70  
Brooks, Virginia 1950
  70  
Brougham, Helen 1941
  70  
Brown, Audrey 1937
  70  
Brown, Carol Rasmussen 1950
  70  
Brown, Judith Kredel 1952
  70  
Brown, Marcia 1937
  70  
Brown, Meta Brammer 1948
  70  
Brown, Mina 1952
  70  
Brown, Pearl Woodruff 1946
  70  
Brownfield, Dorothy PhD '56
  70  
Bruce, Harriet Parshall 1946
  70  
Bruggeman, Fern M. 1944
  70  
Brundage, Mary Elizabeth 1940
  70  
Bryce, Theodora MA '45
  70  
Buckley, Muriel Cabot MS Ed'42
  70  
Bull, Anne C. 1939
  70  
Bull, Margaret 1942
  70  
Bundy, Peggy 1954
  70  
Burch, Lois Wood 1939
  70  
Burgess, Constance GR
  70  
Burke, Joyce E. 1945
  70  
Burke, Rosalind Heath 1941
  70  
Burmaster, Rachel 1941
  70  
Burns, Winifred A. 1942
  70  
Burr, Cornelia Clary MS '46
  70  
Burroughs, Effie MS
  70  
Burton, Catherine 1944
  70  
Buschner, Carol Slocum 1947
  70  
Busekist, Edna E. GR
  70  
Buso, Mildred 1950
  70  
Bussanik, Bertha 1937
  70  
Bussing, Marylou 1952
  70  
Butler, Mollie Parker MS â??40
  70  
Butterfield, Ellen 1952
  70  
Butzine, Janet Smith 1940
  70  
Buyse, Barbara Sauer 943
  70  
Byrd, Alease MS '50
  70  
Byrd, Flossie GR
  70  
Calby, Diana Heywood 1954
  70  
Cameron, Jane Allison 1941
  70  
Campbell, Ada Marie GR
  70  
Campbell F. Elizabeth MS '59
  70  
Cancellieri, Grace 1944
  70  
Canoyer, Helen G. GR
  70  
Caplin, Belle Kaufman 1941
  70  
Care, Eleanor 1952
  70  
Carlin, Agnes-Frances GR
  70  
Carmon, Myra J. 1944
  70  
Carnes, Gaynelle GR
  70  
Caro, Gloria 1949
  70  
Carpenter, Norma Bosworth 1955
  70  
Carpenter, Pat 1946
  70  
Carpenter, Virginia GR
  70  
Carson, Mary 1937
  70  
Carter, Mary Meter 1945
  70  
Case, Margery 1941
  70  
Case, Marguerite GR
  70  
Caspar, Mila 1950
  70  
Castle, Mary 1940
  70  
Castor, Doris Strong 1941
  70  
Chachkes, Sandra 1955
  70  
Chakpitak, Saovanee Sudsanel GR
  70  
Chamberlain, Barbara 1953
  70  
Chamberlain, Nancy Allen 1945
  70  
Chapman, Barbara 1939
  70  
Chase, Elizabeth A. 1942
  70  
Chase, Merle Roat 1956
  70  
Chauvin, Margaret 1946
  70  
Chen, Helen GR
  70  
Chepus, Elizabeth Bastian GR
  70  
Chiron, Blanche Zimet 1941
  70  
Chollet, Janet Dingwall 1949
  70  
Christensen, Janet Reid 1947
  70  
Christiana, Margaret Soper 1940
  70  
Clark, Barbara Ann 1939
  70  
Clark, Beverly Benz 1944
  70  
Clark, Dorothy Cooper 1940
  70  
Clark, Esther 1950
  70  
Clark, Sally Lou 1955
  70  
Clark, Shirley E. 1938
  70  
Clarke, Elsie Strum 1944
  70  
Clement, Jane 1951
  70  
Cloflin, Helen 1945
  70  
Cloney, Kaisa Karikka 1939
  70  
Coble, Mary Catherine 1948
  70  
Cockefair, Mary Louisae GR
  70  
Codling, Nancy 1952
  70  
Cohen, Lois Leeds 1943
  70  
Coleman, Jason Pinckney 1956
  70  
Colgrove, Mary C. MS '42
  70  
Collins, Betty GR
  70  
Collins, Patricia GR
  70  
Collins, Patricia MS '46
  70  
Compton, Eunice Morris 1954
  70  
Connelly, Loula MS â??51
  70  
Connelly, Rita GR
  70  
Connolly, Dorothy 1947
  70  
Connor, Virginia Pease 1940
  70  
Cook, Alma L 1946
  70  
Cook, Ruth GR
  70  
Cope, Ann Reeves 1941
  70  
Cope, Patricia Speidel 1950
  70  
Copeland, Nancy 1941
  70  
Corcoran, Esther 1954
  70  
Corcoran, Jeanne M. 1946
  70  
Corey, Ann 39
  70  
Cornell, Muriel Meshman 1948
  70  
Cornish, Elizabeth Turmey 1941
  70  
Cornish, Rosalie 1954
  70  
Cornwall, Elizabeth 1945
  70  
Correll, Rosemary Pew 1944
  70  
Costick, Evelyn Corwith 1943
  70  
Cothran, Dorothy 1943
  70  
Cothran, Ruth E. 1942
  70  
Cousens, Dorothy MS '47
  70  
Covell, Alice 1952
  70  
Cox, Diane Martin 1953
  70  
Cox, Nancy 1948
  70  
Cravens, Louise Manley 1936
  70  
Crawford, Bernice GR
  70  
Crawford, Elizabeth 1943
  70  
Crawford, Joan O'Herron 1948
  70  
Crum, Helen 1940
  70  
Cudworth, Marian 1945
  72  
Curry, Lala J. MS '65
  70  
Curtis, Emma Rose 1937
  70  
Curtis, Jean 1939
  72  
Czajkowski, Janina M GR
  70  
Daly, Elizabeth 1948
  70  
Danby, Karin A. 1943
  70  
Danforth, Gertrude 1940
  70  
Darby, Elaine 1946
  70  
Darfler, June Dukinfield 1942
  70  
Darling, Evelyn Pratt 1948
  70  
Darling, June A. 1944
  70  
Dates, Ruth 1937
  72  
Davey, Carol Zillgi GR
  70  
Davidson, Orah Partrick 1942
  71  
Davis, Constance A. 1953
  70  
Davis, Ellen Ross 1946
  70  
Day, Betty 1947
  70  
De Hart, Evelyn Jones 1951
  70  
de Lano, Elisabeth 1948
  72  
de Lissovoy, Vladimir GR
  70  
Dean, Jane 1941
  70  
Delaney, Joan L. 1950
  72  
Delaney, Margaret GR
  70  
Delavan, Betty Carter 1943
  70  
DellArino, Grace 1947
  70  
Demarest, Marcia Taube 1945
  70  
Denley, Dorothy Wendling 1946
  71  
Dennis, Katharine 1954
  72  
Denniston, Kathryn R. GR
  70  
Deppoliti, Josephine 1939
  71  
Deskey, Joanna Lyon 1956
  70  
DeWar, Margery 1944
  70  
Dewey, Dorothy 1942
  71  
DeWitt, Norma Urtz 1954
  70  
Dexter, Jane 1936
  72  
Diao, Elizabeth PhD
  70  
Dick, Renee 1942
  70  
Dicker, Suzanne Redwood 1949
  72  
Dienst Mary Kirkpatrick MS '48
  71  
Dill, Nancy Gillen 1956
  70  
Dilles, Marilyn Creason 1948
  70  
Dilts, Margaret 1943
  70  
Dischinger, Ruth Russell 1944
  71  
Dixon, Barbara Mower 1953
  70  
Dixon, Grace Harrison 1948
  72  
Dju, Dsai-Chwen GR
  72  
Dodds, Josiah B. GR
  70  
Dodds, Mary V. 1939
  70  
Dolan, Lois 1952
  70  
Dondero, Virginia 1948
  71  
Donlon, Barbara 1953
  71  
Dorr, Nancy A 1954
  70  
Douglass, Alice 1944
  70  
Dowling, Mary Powers 1945
  70  
Downing, Patricia Maynard 1942
  71  
Drew, Alice Jones GR
  70  
Drucker, Carolyn 1936
  72  
Dube, Rachel GR
  70  
DuBois, Anna Elizabeth 1939
  72  
Dudgeon, Lola J. GR
  70  
Dudley, Rebecca Adair 1939
  71  
Dulin, Lindaâ??Mae 1956
  72  
Duncan, Charlotte A. GR
  70  
Dunlavey, Marqaret McInerney 1939
  70  
Durfee, Martha Cross 1941
  71  
Dushay, Hannah Ullman 1955
  70  
Dusinberre, Marilyn Roesicke 1944
  70  
Dutton, Joan 1952
  70  
Dye, Ann 1944
  70  
Earl, Frances White 1942
  70  
Eaton, Shirley A. 1952
  71  
Eckstein, Naomi C. 1955
  70  
Eddy, Marjorie 1940
  70  
Eddy, Mary Schurman 1951
  70  
Egbert, Betty Finney 1944
  70  
Ehni, Joan Koelsch 1951
  70  
Eife, Anna Kandiko 1949
  70  
Einset, Helga 1939
  70  
Eisele, Betsey A. 1950
  70  
Eisenberg, Florence 1950
  70  
Eldredge, Margaret 1944
  70  
Elelerl, Esther Lightfoot 1948
  70  
Elling, Elizabeth 1944
  70  
Elling, Elizabeth Purple 1943
  70  
Elliott, Jean Short 1951
  71  
Ellison, Joan M. GR
  70  
Elwin, Muriel 1948
  71  
Emerson, Pauline GR
  70  
Engelder, Katlherine Kampel 1943
  70  
Englebert, Frances Lucha 1944
  70  
Engst, Helen Saunders 1937
  70  
Eshelman, Mary G. 1951
  70  
Evers, Janice 1942
  70  
Fabrey, Harriet Van Inwagen 1938
  70  
Faesch,Nancy 1945
  70  
Fairbanks, Phyllis Guterman 1946
  70  
Farnham, Marily 1948
  70  
Fath, Muriel Magid 1945
  70  
Faulkner, Kay 1946
  70  
Faulkner, Sylvia Kemper 1950
  71  
Ferguson, Nancy 1953
  70  
Ferris, Connie 1947
  71  
Ferris, Patricia 1956
  70  
Fessenden, Barbara Burr 1937
  70  
Fetcho, Helen Stanick 1949
  70  
Finch, Marilyn 1944
  71  
Fisher, Lucy E. GR
  70  
Fisher, May Zipperman 1944
  71  
Fitzsimmons, Nancy Lind 1956
  70  
Fletcher, Henriette Low 1942
  72  
Flight, Isabelle Trefethen GR
  70  
Flint, Carolyn 1952
  70  
Flint, Marjorie Ryther 1942
  71  
Flood, Patricia Shonya 1953
  71  
Floyd, Jsna M. 1955
  70  
Flux, Louise 1944
  70  
Folnsbee, June Morris 1946
  71  
Fonda, Ellen 1954
  70  
Fonda, Harriett 1943
  71  
Forbes, Katherine GR
  71  
Ford, Ann Scott GR
  72  
Forshaug, Helen Boettcher GR
  70  
Fortune, Rose 1947
  70  
Fosner, Joyce Manley 1946
  70  
Foss, Marjorie Woodbury 1940
  70  
Foster, Eleanor Slack 1941
  71  
Foster, Jane W. 1954
  70  
Fradkin, Barbara 1952
  70  
Franlkel, Joyce 1952
  71  
Frankel, Louise R. GR
  70  
Franklin, Ruth 1944
  71  
Fraser, Barbara 1956
  71  
Frech, Lucie GR
  71  
Freedman, Jacqueline Klarnett 1953
  71  
Friedman, Avra J. 1955
  70  
Frisbee, Priscilla Buckholz 1939
  70  
Frohman, Eunice 1949
  70  
Frost, Mary Jane 1945
  72  
Fry, Barbara A. GR
  70  
Fuller, Emmajean Steel 1951
  70  
Fulton, Priscilla 1944
  70  
Fung, Fung Kuen 1949
  70  
Furtick, Jane 1944
  70  
Fusek, Anna 1941
  70  
Galinsky, Florence 1946
  70  
Gallik, Mildred 1948
  70  
Gardiner, Lois 1941
  71  
Garland, Marjorie GR
  70  
Garrison, Sarah McKissock 1946
  71  
Gauthey, Janet Van Aken 1955
  70  
Gedel, Mary Lou 1947
  70  
Geherin, Therese 1951
  70  
Gerhold, Caroline 1948
  70  
Gerlach, Jean Palmer 1941
  70  
Getz, Arlene 1951
  70  
Gibson, JoAnn Saylor 1947
  71  
Giddings, Dorothy 1955
  70  
Gieschen, Ruth Knapp 1946
  70  
Gilbae, Elga Chaszaw 1942
  70  
Gilbert, June 1943
  70  
Gillen, Joan Ayres 1949
  71  
Gillette, Barbara 1953
  71  
Glass, Zenja Rochelson 1953
  70  
Glendenning, Lois 1949
  70  
Glover, Dorothy 1951
  70  
Glucksman, Ruth Picker 1943
  70  
Godley, Virginia Phillips 1936
  70  
Goff, Virginia 1937
  70  
Goldberg, Phyllis 1937
  71  
Goldfarb, Carole Biller 1956
  70  
Goldin, Anita Ades 1950
  71  
Goldman, Eleanor 1956
  70  
Goldstein, Phebe Vandervort 1952
  70  
Goodell, Dorothy Pulver 1938
  70  
Goodman, Iris Berman 1946
  70  
Goodman, Janet Pond 1943
  70  
Gorton,Lillian L. 1947
  70  
Gottlieb, Barbara 1948
  70  
Grabo, Helen A. 1952
  70  
Grafton, Janet 1946
  72  
Graham, Martha White MS '47
  70  
Grant, Eloise 1937
  71  
Grant, Helen L. 1956
  71  
Grasso, Rosemar L. 1956
  71  
Gravemever, Elizabeth GR
  70  
Graves, Carol E. 1944
  70  
Gray, Bernice 1949
  70  
Grayson, Ruth 1945
  70  
Gredler, Eloise Proper 1944
  72  
Green, Dorothy Mendelsohn GR
  70  
Green, Margaret Schuman 1939
  72  
Gregory, Barbara Waters MS '60
  70  
Grim, Nancy Harrington 1944
  70  
Groff, Dorothy Y. 1952
  71  
Gruginskis, Elizabeth GR
  70  
Gruickshank, Janet 1941
  70  
Gundell, Vera E. 1946
  70  
Gunning, Harriet 1941
  70  
Gyer, Miriam 1947
  70  
Haenseler, Ann M. 1946
  70  
Haggart, Lillian Weiding 1945
  70  
Haigh, Mary Holton 1946
  70  
Haimes, Luba Lemish 1940
  71  
Haines, J. Estelle GR
  71  
Hall, Bonnie 1953
  70  
Hall, Marion C. 1944
  70  
Hall, PhyIlis Overholt 1951
  71  
Hallam, Barbara 1954
  70  
Hallock, Anne O'Connor 1948
  70  
Halsey, Elizabeth 1937
  70  
Halsey, Frances Raynor 1940
  70  
Hamke, Jean C. 1948
  70  
Hammond, Elizabeth Church 1942
  70  
Hankinson, Mary P. 1946
  70  
Hannon, Elizabeth 1951
  70  
Hannon, Mary Jane Potter 1950
  70  
Hanse, Janie 1945
  70  
Hansen, Anita 1945
  70  
Hansen, Jean Shaver 1944
  70  
Hanson, Jane Brown 1941
  70  
Hardigree, Mary Jean Walker 1945
  70  
Hards, Violet 1940
  70  
Hargrave, Margaret Gladstone 1948
  71  
Harison, Kathryn GR
  71  
Harmuth, Elisabeth GR
  70  
Harper, Anne 1945
  70  
Harper, Beatrice Lain 1945
  72  
Harper,Jeunie McIntosh GR
  70  
Harris, Ann 1949
  70  
Harris, Bernice E. 1946
  71  
Harrover, May Jamieson 34
  70  
Harvey, Helene Helfgott 1945
  70  
Harwood, Virginia Oake 1948
  71  
Hastie, Mabel A. GR
  70  
Hatch, Janet 1950
  71  
Hatfield, Kathleen Kendrick 1953
  71  
Hawes, Sarah L. GR
  71  
Haynes, Ellen 1953
  70  
Haynes, Margaret Jimison 1944
  71  
Healy, Mary Louise GR
  70  
Heavey, Janet 1941
  70  
Hecht, Lillian Strickman 1941
  71  
Hecke, Martha GR
  70  
Heckelmann, Phyllis 1949
  71  
Heil, Barbara 1955
  71  
Heiss, Ann M. 1955
  70  
Helbig, Marcia Fessenden 1949
  70  
Helmick, Janice Taylor 1945
  72  
Hemmer, Phyllis Berger GR
  71  
Henderson, Ann Erickson GR
  70  
Henderson, Cynthia W. 1945
  71  
Henderson, Marietta GR
  70  
Hendrickson, Elsie Hruschka 1947
  70  
Hendryx, Lois Ongley 1950
  70  
Henry, Alice Scheidt 1939
  70  
Henry, Bernice 1943
  70  
Henry, Joyce Reed 1946
  70  
Hering, Elizabeth Shultis 1939
  70  
Hertel, Martha Warren 1936
  71  
Hessel, Deborah Golub 1955
  70  
Hewitt, Madeline Myers 1946
  71  
Highbaugh, Irma GR
  71  
Highberger, Ruth GR
  70  
Hill, Ruth W 1936
  71  
Hillman, Carlene M.S. '54
  71  
Hillsley, Joan L. 1956
  72  
Hiltz, Ann Vosburg GR
  70  
Hinman, Jean Davis 1946
  71  
Hirsch, Irene Adler 1955
  72  
Hirsch, Juanita Strom GR
  70  
Hirschhorn, Dorothy R. 1948
  71  
Ho, Mrs. Lum Chew GR
  70  
Hoagland, Pat 1947
  71  
Hocg9rebe, Barbara 1953
  70  
Hoffman, Eleanor 1937
  70  
Hoffman, Mary Elizabeth Mersh 1944
  70  
Holahan, Ursula A. 1947
  70  
Holden, Lucille 1947
  70  
Holdridge, Kae 1946
  70  
Holliday, Sigrid Henley 1943
  70  
Hollister, Esther Schembre 1946
  71  
Holloway, Letetia 1954
  70  
Honey, Ruth Remsberg 1940
  71  
Hopf, Martha Ann 1953
  70  
Hopkins, Carolyn Mazur 1939
  70  
Hopson, Florence Miner 1941
  70  
Horn, Margaret Rogalsky 1942
  70  
Horn, Marguerite 1942
  71  
Horn, Marilyn GR
  71  
Horn, Valerie GR
  71  
Hoshida, Fumiko GR
  70  
Hosie, Sylvia Kilbourne 1948
  71  
Hourigan, Barbara Leete 1954
  70  
Hovey, Joyce V. 1941
  70  
Howe, Elizabeth 1941
  70  
Howe, Patricia Smith 1948
  70  
Hruschka, Eudora 1939
  70  
Hubbard, Nancy Bowne 1945
  70  
Huff, Helen Yossie 1936
  70  
Huggan, Mary Margaret 1951
  70  
Hughes, Phyllis Fish 1946
  70  
Hulbert, Margaret 1944
  70  
Hummer, Eleanor 1944
  70  
Hunt, Lena M. 1944
  70  
Hurwitz, Charlotte GR
  70  
Hutchins, Marcia 1944
  70  
Hutchinson, Edith 1945
  70  
Hutton, Frances Cassedy 1946
  70  
Huxtable, Adeline Weaver 1938
  70  
Hyde, Dorothy Eckstein 1943
  71  
Igoe, Frances Blythe M Ed '54
  70  
Inger, Grace Freedman 1945
  71  
Ingersoll, Hazel PhD '47
  71  
Irwin, Jack M. PhD '60
  71  
Jackson, Dorothy 1953
  71  
Jackson, Lael 1956
  71  
Jacobs, Joan Klein 1954
  70  
Jaszek, Diana 1951
  70  
Jax, Marion Pergande 1942
  71  
Jazzard, Lois Hoyer 1953
  70  
Jenkins, Doris Holmes 1944
  71  
Jensen, Frances GR
  71  
Jensen, Marilyn Brady 1955
  70  
Johnson, Doris 1949
  70  
Johnson, Helene Irish 1938
  71  
Johnson, Marada L. GR
  70  
Johnson, Marion Bennet 1947
  70  
Johnson, Mrs. Jay S. GR
  71  
Johnston, Kathleen GR
  70  
Jokl, Betty Clare 1938
  70  
Jones, Arlene Hoxie 1952
  71  
Jones, Erna B. GR
  70  
Jones, Maria Bennet 1939
  70  
Jones, Ruth Goodyear 1942
  70  
Jones, Wilma Harris 1943
  71  
Jordan, Margaret PhD '59
  70  
Jordano, Claire Ferrante 1947
  70  
Joseph, Mary Lou 1942
  70  
Judson, Julia Swenningsen 1940
  71  
Justice, Doris GR
  72  
Kaiser, Elizabeth MS'49
  70  
Kalbach, Ann Shively 1945
  70  
Kallander, Barbara 1951
  70  
Kalonzyk, Julia Jane 1940
  70  
Kane, Dorothy 1948
  72  
Kane, Estelle GR
  71  
Kanel, Joan 1953
  70  
Kaplan, Erica 1944
  70  
Karl, Virginia Hicks 1950
  70  
Katzka, Margery Turkey 1944
  70  
Kauel, Betty 1945
  72  
Keenan, Margaret Whelan GR
  71  
Keenan, Nancy C. 1953
  70  
Kehoe, Beth 1943
  71  
Keller, Patricia 1953
  72  
Kelley, Janice GR
  70  
Kelly, Dorothy 1939
  71  
Kelly, Patricia 1954
  70  
Kenned, Marilyn 1950
  70  
Kennedy, Pauline 1950
  70  
Kent, Ann Burrhus 1952
  70  
Kersey, Sally M. 1950
  70  
Kesten, Dorothy Kay 1943
  72  
Ketchum, Lucile MS '45
  70  
Kettler, Frances Ardell 1942
  72  
Khoury, Wadad GR
  70  
Kibbey, Ruth Marshall 1941
  71  
Kienzle, Nancy Kerry 1956
  71  
Kilby, Janet 1953
  70  
Kilby, Mary 1947
  71  
Kildea, June 1956
  70  
Kiligas, Ruth Dillenbeck 1942
  70  
Kimball, Denise Cutler 1952
  71  
King, Barbara 1953
  70  
King, Jose 1944
  70  
King, Louise 1939
  70  
Kingsley, Grace 1942
  70  
Kinney, Irene 1946
  70  
Kinney, Ruth Frances 1940
  71  
Kinslow, Helen 1954
  70  
Kirk, Janet 1947
  70  
Kleitman, Judith Goodstein 1952
  70  
Klie, Grace Wilson 1948
  70  
Knapp, Justine Golem 1942
  70  
Knatt, Joan Auchter 1947
  70  
Knudson, Betty Huber 1940
  70  
Koehler, Nancy 1951
  70  
Koteff, Beatrice Colley 1941
  71  
Kraft, Elizabeth Dean 1954
  70  
Kraus, Shirley Husson 1945
  71  
Krause, Rhodalee 1954
  70  
Krausman, Wriarie 1945
  72  
Krieger, Dorothy L. MS '40
  70  
Kroeker, Emily Palmer 1947
  72  
Kmeger, Ardath E. GR
  70  
Kuhrt, Mary Pratt 1937
  70  
Kumarappa, Lolita 1939
  70  
Kunnes, Evelyn 1952
  71  
Kwan, Yuk Fong 1953
  70  
Lamkin, June M. 1950
  70  
Landers, Ruth E. 1939
  71  
Landsberger, Betty GR
  70  
Lane, Joann 1951
  70  
Lane, Ruth 1948
  72  
Langford , Aldene Langford GR
  70  
Larrabee, Phyllis Harvey 1951
  72  
Larson, Lillian Brandon GR'52
  70  
Lauckern, Elizabeth R. 1941
  71  
Lauterbach, Ruth M. 1955
  71  
Lawrence, Dorothy Hoadly 1953
  70  
Lawrence, Florence Belus 1942
  70  
Leape, Martha Palmer 1951
  72  
LeBovit, Corinne GR
  72  
Lee, Dorothy Ken-Pin Chuan MS '48
  71  
Lee, Ethel Mae 1956
  70  
Lee, Frances Petertye 1944
  70  
Lee, Marjorie H. 1941
  70  
Leeds, Sylvia Margolis 1941
  70  
Leet, Mary Edith 1941
  71  
Legg, Anne S. 1955
  70  
Lehman, Margaret 1944
  71  
Leibowitz, Deborah Golub 1955
  72  
Leite, Viletta GR
  70  
Lentz, Jean Pettit 1939
  70  
Leonard, Olive 1944
  70  
Leonard, Ruth 1944
  71  
Lerch, Barbara J. 1955
  70  
Lessell, Elaine Ross 1952
  72  
Letnes, Fern D. MS '65
  71  
Levine, Eleanor K. 1956
  70  
Levine, Enid 1947
  70  
Levine, Rhoda Horowitz 1948
  70  
Levine, Ruth 1945
  70  
Levinger, Gloria 1949
  71  
Levy, Marilyn S. 1955
  70  
Levy, Pauline 1950
  72  
Lewis, Jane S. GR
  70  
Lewis, Nancy Disbrow 1939
  70  
LeWorthy, Lois 1946
  70  
Leyden, Marian Flink 1941
  70  
Li, Marqaret Yung 1952
  70  
Libertson, Ruth 1941
  70  
Lilbisch, Helen M. 1942
  71  
Lichterman, Ellen Comden 1953
  70  
Liebman, Theadora 1946
  70  
Lierheimer, Hedwig 1938
  70  
Liljander, Florence A. 1938
  70  
Lincoln, Mildred 1946
  72  
Lissle, Elizabeth D. GR
  71  
Liu, Yu-Chen GR
  71  
Livell, Joyce Griffin GR
  70  
Livingston, Dorothy Corser 1946
  71  
Livingston, Nancy Clark 1953
  70  
Lloyd, Elizabeth 1950
  70  
Locks, Florence Hoffman 1941
  70  
Lombard, Avima Dushkin 1948
  72  
Lones, Lelu Lillian GR
  70  
Lopez, Marjorie Beha 1944
  72  
Lorenzen, Evelyn GR
  71  
Loughry, Alice Phillips GR
  70  
Lowe, Virginia M. 1944
  71  
Lowenthal, Marjorie 1956
  70  
Lown, Frances 1949
  70  
Luce, Barbara Patch 1939
  70  
Lucha, Margaret 1942
  70  
Luther, Betty 1948
  71  
Lutz, Elsie Gabel MA '40
  70  
Lynch, Ann 1944
  70  
Lynes, Elliott Muhlhauser 1944
  72  
Lynn, Alpha GR
  72  
Lyon, Dorothy E. GR
  72  
Lyon, Mary Kesler PhD '56
  71  
Mable, Phyllis 1956
  72  
MacDonald, Helen M. MS '57
  70  
MacDowell, Katharine 1944
  71  
Mackin, Eva Silverling GR
  70  
MacLenathen, Ann A. 1952
  70  
MacLerd, Barbara 1939
  70  
MacLure, June Maughan 1945
  70  
Mahony, Marjory Steinmetz 1945
  70  
Makaraisen, Kaino A. 1938
  70  
Mann, Lois Haigh 1947
  70  
Mann, Marie Travis 1938
  70  
Mara, Margaret 1950
  70  
Maragakes, Florence 1950
  71  
Marcille, Barbara 1953
  71  
Marion, Ruth Malti 1954
  70  
Markel, Fanny Weiss 1949
  70  
Marks, Mildred E. 1946
  70  
Marriott, Elizabeth 1941
  70  
Martin, Geraldine 1941
  70  
Martin, Geraldine 1941
  70  
Martin, Margaret White 1939
  72  
Maskow, May MS '67
  70  
Mataraza, Rita Abbruzzese 1940
  71  
Matson, Mary Jane 1954
  70  
Mattern, Carol Shelp 1943
  70  
Maxon, Corinne Culver 1942
  70  
May, Elayne 1941
  70  
Mayer, Elodie 1948
  70  
Mayer, Eugenia Slaght 1942
  71  
McAllester, Esther T. GR
  70  
McCarthy, Alice Ross 1944
  70  
McCarthy, Irene 1942
  71  
McCaulley, Pat 1955
  70  
McChesney, Donna 1944
  70  
McCune, Helen L. 1943
  70  
McCutcheon, Patricia CoIt 1942
  72  
McDill, Janie GR
  70  
McElwee, Peggy Myers 1940
  70  
McKeel, Rhoda 1936
  70  
McKercher, Helen 1947
  70  
McLean, Beth Bailey 1946
  70  
McLean, Lorn 1949
  70  
McLean, Mary Elizabeth Whital 1942
  70  
McMillan, Caroll 1950
  71  
McMillan, Joanne Styles 1956
  70  
McRae, Ramona 1951
  72  
Mecum, Kenneth GR
  70  
Meek, Aletha Scutt 1948
  70  
Meisel, Grace Moak 1941
  70  
Melville, Clara Phillips 1942
  71  
Mende, Ruth Blay 1955
  71  
Menyhart, Veronica GR
  70  
Merrill, Hildred Gleason 1944
  70  
Merrill, Sarah P. 1942
  70  
Merritt, Barbara Clarke 1951
  70  
Merritt, Janet Reas 1948
  71  
Merritt, Marjory 1953
  70  
Messing, Anne Rogers 1939
  70  
Mesterharm, Meta 1944
  72  
Meyer, Frieda GR
  70  
Meyer, Phyllis 1951
  70  
Meyer, Ruth Henne 1944
  72  
Mies, Mary GR
  71  
Miles, Enid Spangenberger 1953
  71  
Miley, Elizabeth Burroughs 1955
  70  
Milhan, Verna Mendenhall 1942
  70  
Miller, Drury Strong 1941
  70  
Miller, Evelyn F. 1948
  70  
Miller, Jean 1950
  72  
Miller, Mary C. GR
  70  
Millett, Adele Silberberg 1946
  70  
Milner, Marjorie Vaorkees 1939
  70  
Minkler, Dorothy 1944
  71  
Mitchell, Cherie Woodcock 1955
  72  
Mitchell, Edna M. GR
  70  
Mitten, Eleanor 1942
  72  
Moffitt, Marie C. GR
  70  
Monesmith, Roberta 1950
  72  
Moore, Janis GR
  72  
Moore, Lucile GR
  70  
Moore, Mary 1952
  70  
Moose, Virginia 1945
  71  
Moothart, Patricia Fitzgerald GR
  70  
Morgan, Jessie Walbridge 1938
  70  
Morgan, Ruth Simes 1942
  70  
Morgan, Sarah Whitford 1945
  70  
Morgenroth, Marie-Jeanne Gra 1940
  72  
Morris, Carol K. GR
  72  
Morris, Rose Smith GR
  72  
Morrison, Eleanor GR
  70  
Morrison, Eleanor Harvey 1947
  70  
Morse, Eleanor Frances 1944
  70  
Morteusen, Eleanor O. 1943
  70  
Moseley, Gertrude Botsford 1945
  70  
Mueller, Marjorie Wright 1948
  71  
Mulcahy, Mary Ellen 1953
  72  
Mummery, Dorothy V. GR
  70  
Mund, Carol Winter 1952
  70  
Munson, Mary 1941
  70  
Murphy, Dorothy Brown 1943
  70  
Murray, Ruth Gillett 1944
  70  
Murtaugh, Patricia 1946
  72  
Mussenden, Lydia Williams GR
  70  
Muth, Ann Bode 1944
  70  
Myers, Frances Goldberg 1951
  70  
Myers, Joan 1952
  70  
Mynott, Nancy Shiavone Mar 1947
  72  
Nagler, Dorotha GR
  72  
Nafarian, Pergrouhi GR
  70  
Nardi, Rose Anna 1940
  70  
Naylor, Rose Anna 1944
  71  
Neilson, Doris Wunsch 1955
  70  
Nelson, Eloise Crosby 1941
  71  
Nelson, Lois. GR
  70  
Nelson, Marjorie Kane 1936
  70  
Nettles, Grace Noble 1941
  70  
Newell, Margaret 1946
  71  
Newman, Norma GR
  70  
Newton, Rosetta 1944
  70  
Nichols, Esther Smith 1940
  70  
Nickerson, Cynthia 1942
  71  
Niederpruem, Marion A. GR
  70  
Nightingale, Erma 1944
  71  
Nilam, Nita GR
  70  
Nisbet, Betsy Jane 1942
  71  
Nolan, Francena L. GR
  71  
Noyes, Lois Patterson 1956
  70  
O'Brien, Amelia M. 1940
  70  
O'Connor, Arlene O'Hara 1947
  70  
O'Connor, SalIy 1949
  71  
O'Connor, Ursula GR
  70  
O'Donnell, Dorothy C. 1945
  71  
Oakley, Geraldine Lockwood 1954
  70  
Ogle, Wynn 1944
  70  
Olesen, Elizabeth W. 1940
  70  
Olsen, Helen 1944
  71  
Olsen, Helen J. 1956
  70  
Opdyke, Evel 1941
  70  
Orrego, Dorothy Benjamin 1945
  70  
Osborn, Elaine Seeger 1942
  71  
Osgood, Barbara Travis 1956
  70  
Oudheusden, Jeanne Griffiths 1948
  71  
Overly, Darlene GR
  71  
Owens, Emily GR
  70  
Paddock, Shirley Lewis 1942
  70  
Padgham, Rose 1940
  70  
Page, Eleanor Pearse 1938
  70  
Paine, Gwendolyn Chapmann 1951
  70  
Palmer, Genevieve Cothran 1939
  70  
Palmer, Jacqueline Pudish 1948
  70  
Palmer, Julie 1950
  70  
Palmer, Margaret 1949
  70  
Palmes, Rebecca 1946
  70  
Pape, Dolores H. 1951
  71  
Papenfus, Leslie J. 1954
  70  
Pardee, Jean 1942
  70  
Parsons, Janet Harkness 1944
  70  
Parsons, Marion Beatty 1944
  70  
Passman, Sandra 1949
  70  
Patchen, Barbara Kane 1952
  71  
Paxton, Laura Lea 1953
  70  
Payne, Constance Price 1950
  70  
Pearson, Elizabeth Woodson 1947
  70  
Peeler, Janet Eagle 1945
  70  
Peet, Elizabeth 1942
  70  
Peet, Hope Stevenson 1938
  70  
Pegues, Nancy Elwin 1952
  72  
Pelletier, Leona Bledsoe GR
  70  
Pendergast, Agnes L. 1940
  70  
Pendleton, Marilyn Davies 1948
  70  
Perduyn, Charlotte 1940
  71  
Perl, Phyllis 1954
  70  
Perry, Arleen Heidgerd 1942
  71  
Perry, Jean Morrison 1953
  70  
Personius, Deborah 1945
  70  
Pertulo, Vieno 1937
  70  
Petrey, Genevieve Frederick 1948
  71  
Pettem, Jane 1956
  70  
Petterson, Marian Kibbe 1949
  70  
Phelps, Dorothy 1936
  70  
Pierce, Elizabeth Ann 1944
  70  
Pierce, Janet 1947
  70  
Pilcher, Priscilla B. 1938
  70  
Pilger, Mary Anne Farrell 1951
  71  
Pineiro, Yolanda 1956
  70  
Plass, Helen Palmer 1948
  71  
Plumis, Ariadne 1954
  70  
Plunkett, Joan 1942
  70  
Poley, Ethel Baer 1943
  71  
Polkinghorne, Edith Freeman GR
  70  
Pomerance, Harriet 1945
  71  
Porter, Blaine GR
  70  
Potter, Margaret Smith 1943
  71  
Powers, Alice GR
  70  
Pratt, Delia Alden 1939
  70  
Prellevitz, Margery Stevenson 1945
  70  
Prey, Dorothy Taylor 946
  70  
Prince, Rayma Price 1952
  70  
Prytherch, Eunice H. 1936
  70  
Purdy, Harriet Friemel 1946
  71  
Quinn, Ethel GR
  70  
Raiber, Laurine 1941
  71  
Ranck, Nancy M. 1953
  71  
Rankin, Helen GR
  70  
Rathbun, Lucy Ann 1940
  70  
Rausch, Martha L. 1947
  70  
Raynor, Jean 1940
  71  
Reading, Nancy 1956
  70  
Ready, Evelyn Walker 1936
  70  
Reederisch, Constance 1945
  70  
Regelman, Mary Ellen Gillet 1941
  70  
Ribe, Melva Wiedemann 1942
  70  
Rice, Elizabeth J. 1936
  70  
Rich, Ruth 1937
  70  
Richards, Louise 1945
  70  
Riddell, Virginia 1951
  71  
Ridder, Clara A. GR
  70  
Riggs, Faith Winne 1942
  70  
Ripley, Helen 1940
  70  
Risley, Marjorie Utz 1940
  71  
Ritchey, Hazel 1955
  70  
Robbins, Ruth Vanderwark 1947
  71  
Roberson, Nena GR
  70  
Roberts, Betty Jane Harris 1938
  71  
Roberts, Irene GR
  70  
Roberts, Mary Ann 1952
  70  
Robinson, Elsie 1939
  71  
Robinson, Margaret Blackburn 1955
  70  
Robinson, Thelma Drake 1942
  71  
Robinson, Veronica A. GR
  71  
Rockwood, Catherine A. GR
  70  
Rodger, Jean 1940
  70  
Roll, Charlotte 1947
  70  
Ronaldson, Agnes S. 1951
  70  
Roof, Celeste 1947
  70  
Rose, Eleanor J. 1949
  70  
Rosenberg, Peggy 1948
  70  
Rosner, Gertrude 1949
  70  
Rosse, Roxanne 1949
  70  
Rostoff, Mildred 1950
  70  
Rowe, Ellen Baltzell 1939
  70  
Rowe, Phyllis Reuning 1947
  70  
Rubin, Marqery B. 1949
  70  
Ruch, Patricia Hoke 1948
  70  
Rumpf, Mary E. 1945
  71  
Russell, Elaine 1953
  70  
Ryan, Anne E. 1948
  71  
Rystedt, Greta 1953
  70  
Sabin, Helene Freund 1948
  70  
Sacha, Mary Marion 1950
  72  
Sai, Florence A. GR
  71  
Salinger, Harriett 1954
  70  
Salissbury, Dorothy Cross 1943
  70  
Salzberg ,Martha Jean 1951
  70  
Sanders, Dorothy 1946
  72  
Sanford, Jeanne GR
  70  
Sanne, Mary Murrell 1947
  70  
Sappenfield, Rita Cummins 1950
  70  
Sargent. Shirley Richards 1941
  70  
Saunders, Marjorie 1947
  70  
Savery, Elizabeth 1941
  70  
Sawyer, June C. 1952
  70  
Sawyer, Ruth 1937
  70  
Saxe, Ellen M. 1940
  71  
Sayer, Shirley Howard 1954
  70  
Schaeffer, S.J. 1938
  70  
Schaer, Margaret M. 1944
  70  
Schaufler, Beverly Pratt 1948
  70  
Scheidelman, Betty 1944
  70  
Schermerhorn, Louise 1945
  72  
Schiller, Edna Wiggins GR
  72  
Schlater, Jean Davis GR
  72  
Schlesinger, Benjamin GR
  71  
Schneider, Carolee 1954
  71  
Schneider, Micki Lasky 1956
  70  
Schneiderman, Nanette Zorn 1944
  70  
Schofield, Sally Bickford 1944
  70  
Schoonmaker, Elizabeth Schra 193 9
  70  
Schuster, Margaret 1948
  71  
Schwarting, Barbara Baker 1953
  71  
Scott, Helen Kerruich 1955
  70  
Scott, Marion 1944
  70  
Scott, Naomi George 1941
  70  
Scutt, Sharma G. 1936
  70  
Seaburg, Nellie C. 193 7
  70  
Seebald, Gladys McKeever 1942
  70  
Seel, Marion 1946
  70  
Seeley, Mary Louise 1949
  70  
Sequin, Jean 1950
  70  
Selby, Betty Hartman 1947
  70  
Seligamn, Dorothy Newman 1941
  72  
Selke, Elizabeth GR
  70  
Semanek, Jane 1945
  70  
Senuk, Olga 1944
  71  
Sequerth, Ann Gleason 1953
  70  
Serafine, Catherine 1944
  70  
Serbell, Sally 1939
  70  
Settembrini, Mary Elizabeth G 1946
  70  
Sexaner, Christine 1944
  72  
Shah, Iffat GR
  72  
Shao, Ho-King GR
  70  
Shapero, Rosalyn 1950
  70  
Shapiro, Gloria 1944
  71  
Sharpe, Sandra Taylor 1956
  70  
Shaul, Eunice Goodman 1940
  70  
Shaver, Frances 1948
  72  
Shaw, Agnes R. GR
  71  
Shaw, Ann 1956
  72  
Sheerer, Elizabeth GR
  70  
Shepperd, Patricia 1947
  70  
Sherlock, Barbara 1948
  72  
Shevrin, Howard GR
  72  
Shields, Judith B. GR
  72  
Shively, Audrey GR
  70  
Short, Patricia Mooney 1941
  72  
Shure, Myrna B. PhD '66
  72  
Sibson, Sandra MS '65
  72  
Siddiqi,Fahmida Jeelani GR
  70  
Siegel, Judith Engle 1952
  70  
Sielbach, Faye 1944
  70  
Sigety, Katharine Snell 1944
  72  
Singson, Maria Pacita M '66
  72  
Sirohi, Narenetra S. GR
  72  
Skellenger, Marie GR
  70  
Skelton, Elnora Thomas 1941
  71  
Skinner, Margaret Shipman 1956
  70  
Skolnick, Carole 1950
  70  
Slocum, Pearl 1939
  70  
Slocum, Ruth 1937
  72  
Smillie, David GR
  70  
Smith, Elizabeth Klees 1939
  70  
Smith, Elizabeth Logan 1940
  70  
Smith, Harriett S. 1939
  70  
Smith, Katharine Messler 1946
  70  
Smith, Margaret Belknap 1942
  70  
Smith, Marian Michaelis 1945
  70  
Smith, Mildred 1948
  70  
Smith, Miriam 1948
  71  
Smith, Susan Finn 1953
  70  
Smith, Virginia 1940
  70  
Smitth, Virginia Brown 1946
  72  
Smithells, Jancis GR
  71  
Smoots, Margaret L. 1953
  70  
Snell, Julia 1942
  70  
Snellman, Adaline GR
  70  
Snipper, Muriel 1952
  71  
Snyder, Faith 1955
  70  
Snyder, Janet Bliss 1941
  72  
Snyder, Jean K. MS '53
  70  
Snyder, Marion Silsby 1943
  70  
Spaid, Jean Paddock 1947
  70  
Spar, Mary Russell 1944
  70  
Spector, Rita Fingold 1948
  70  
Spencer, Beverly Parsons 1948
  71  
Spencer, Mrs. John House 1954
  70  
Speno, Audre Bernichon 1941
  71  
Sperber, Evelyn Wagner 1954
  70  
Spiegel, Margot 1940
  70  
Sproit, Nancy 1950
  70  
Starr, Janet Elwin 1947
  70  
Steel, Emmajean 1951
  70  
Steele, Virginia M. 1949
  72  
Stefani, Rosa GR
  71  
Steffen, Marilyn 1956
  70  
Steinman, Beatrice 1952
  70  
Stephenson, Betty Halpin 1946
  70  
Stern, Arline Bircly 1951
  71  
Steven, Janet 1953
  70  
Stevens, Gilberta A. 1945
  70  
Stevens, Helen Baker 1948
  71  
Stevens, Nancy 1955
  72  
Stewart, Dorothy M. MS '46
  70  
Stewart, Edith Van Nostrand 1945
  70  
Stewart, Mary 1938
  70  
Stockton, Jane Overley Lawre 1951
  71  
Stone, June Nickerson GR
  70  
Stone, Suzanne 1946
  70  
Storm, Phyllis 1945
  72  
Storvick, Clara GR
  70  
Story, Mabel R. 1941
  70  
Stout, Phyllis 1944
  70  
Stowe, Cornelia Moyer 1941
  70  
Strangio, Anna 1951
  71  
Strehmow, Judith Gingell 1954
  70  
Stroman, Ann Gustafson 1946
  70  
Struck, Barbara Medland 1952
  70  
Stutz, Sarah Purdum 1939
  71  
Stycos, Aglaea Grammen GR
  70  
Styles, Barbara 1943
  72  
Suchman, J. Richard GR
  70  
Summer, Frances Hornsby 1942
  72  
Swani, Vimla PhD '59
  70  
Swanson, Virginia Keeler 1948
  72  
Sweeny, Mary GR
  72  
Swift, Mildred GR
  70  
Swinton, Frances 1948
  72  
Symons, Mary Anne E. GR
  71  
Tabor, Rhoda Morris 1953
  71  
Tackbary, Helen E. 1954
  72  
Taggart, Kathleen GR
  70  
Talpey, Elizabeth Alden 1948
  70  
Tanger, Katrina S. 1936
  70  
Tariant, Barbara 1948
  70  
Taylor, Dorothy 1949
  70  
Terry, Nancy 1952
  70  
Thalman, Marqaret Morse 1943
  71  
Thastesen, Joan 1953
  70  
Thatcher, June 1936
  70  
Theis, Ruth McBride 1941
  70  
Thielker, Shirley 1949
  72  
Thomas, Sarah E. GR
  70  
Thompsett, Marjorie Smith 1941
  70  
Thompson, Eunice Bueg 1945
  70  
Tiedemein, Doris Johnson 1946
  70  
Tillenberg, Joan 1946
  70  
Tipping, Agnes Hansen 1941
  70  
Titus, Gene Buchanan 1946
  70  
Toan, Eleanore Reed 1942
  70  
Tobkin, Elaine 1949
  70  
Tohn, Helen 1947
  70  
Toleman, Dorothy Schmitt 1950
  72  
Toliver, Barbara Bond GR
  70  
Tompkins, Elizabeth 1938
  72  
Tompkins, Frances E. GR
  70  
Tompkins, Rita Kennedy 1950
  71  
Torance, Phoebe 1956
  72  
Torres, Carmen Celivista GR
  70  
Tossi, Dhimitra 1939
  70  
Towner, Kathryn Beebe 1944
  70  
Traver, Janet 1947
  70  
Tschirner, Rachel Johnson 1940
  71  
Tucker, Ann B. 1953
  70  
Tuthill, Ruth Humphrey 1949
  70  
Twitchell, Janet Perrine 1941
  70  
Twyman, Edna Haussman 1941
  70  
Ullrich, Caroline Bayne 1946
  70  
Underberg, Joyce Wisbaum 1952
  71  
Unger, Margaret Diebold 1955
  70  
Unterzuber, Barbara Smith 1942
  72  
Urcloart, Doris GR
  70  
Usher, Carolyn B. 1945
  71  
Utter, Nannette Gravener Criss 1955
  70  
Uyeno, Phyllis Stevenson 1942
  70  
Van Allen, Mary Louise Alstein 1950
  70  
Van Geluwe, Marion Pallace 1939
  70  
VanTyne, Evelyn 1942
  70  
VanVleet, Dorothy 1945
  70  
Vaughan, Corinne Hickox 1942
  71  
Verbsky,Elizabelth Collins 1956
  72  
Viewig, Dorothea GR
  70  
Vikre, Elizabeth Rogalsky 1939
  70  
Vinski, Helen J. 1951
  70  
Vogel, Joan 1948
  70  
Vorhis, Hariet Cross 1941
  72  
Waddell, Majorie Stee GR
  70  
Wadleck, Clara 1944
  70  
Wagenhals, Elizabeth Hughes 1941
  70  
Wagner, Wilma 1946
  71  
Wait, Beverly MacNamara 1955
  70  
Waldron, Margaret Gehlert 1950
  70  
Wallaca, Pauline 1944
  70  
Wallace, Alice Rees 1939
  70  
Waller, Lillian Perhamus 1941
  70  
Walsh, Erva 1945
  70  
Walsh, Ruth M. 1941
  70  
Ward, Barbara 1941
  70  
Ward, Frances 1944
  70  
Ward, Linda M. 1946
  70  
Ward, Virginia 1941
  72  
Ware, Bennie Maye GR
  70  
Warnock, Marie Reese 1944
  72  
Washburn, Helen P. GR
  70  
Waters, Cynthia Heister 1946
  72  
Waverly, Beverly J. GR
  70  
Weaver, Gertrude Harvey 1946
  72  
Weaver, Lola Lackey GR
  70  
Weaver, Sarah Beale 1944
  70  
Webster, Elizabeth Luxford 1939
  70  
Weiner, Grace Gray 1947
  70  
Weissman, Jean 1955
  70  
Welch, Muriel Welch 1946
  70  
Weller, Virginia C. 1947
  70  
Wells, Henrietta 1937
  70  
Welter, Doris 1948
  71  
Weng, Virginia 1953
  71  
Werst, Ruth 1956
  70  
Westlake, Meredith 1937
  71  
Wetherbee, Ann E. 1956
  71  
White, Marietta N. GR
  70  
White, Nancy 1944
  70  
White, Ruth Babcock 1942
  70  
Whitlock, Mary Lu De Puy 1955
  70  
Whittier, Mary Ellen 1944
  70  
Widom, Lois Sanow 1951
  70  
Wierum, Jean Hough 1947
  72  
Wilborn, Dorothy M. MS '60
  70  
Will, Shirley 1943
  70  
Willerton, Helen F. 1936
  70  
Williams, Cathy Moore 1944
  70  
Williams, Elizabeth Kandiko 1944
  71  
Williams, Margaret 1955
  70  
Williamson, Midred Haslett 1942
  71  
Wilson, Jane Grep 1954
  70  
Wilson, Joyce Jarnagin 1948
  70  
Wilson, Phyllis 1942
  70  
Wilson, Rayma Carter 1946
  72  
Wines, Mary E. GR
  72  
Winters, Jayne GR
  70  
Wolff, Elsie 1939
  71  
Wollner, Frances A. 1954
  70  
Wolverton, Joan M. 1948
  70  
Wood, Francesi 1950
  70  
Wood, Margaret 1941
  70  
Woodruff, Alcie Buhsen 1942
  70  
Woods, Carole Ogle 1941
  70  
Woods, Jane 1946
  72  
Woods, Margaret MSâ?? 81
  70  
Woodward, Nancy Ann 1947
  71  
Wright, Carol E. 1953
  70  
Wright, Frances 1948
  72  
Wu, Sun-i GR
  72  
Wu-Wang, Olivia GR
  70  
Yacker, Janet Reese 1948
  70  
Yost, Nancy Lehrboch 1948
  70  
Young, Carol 1938
  72  
Young, Josephine 0. GR
  70  
Young, Pauline 1940
  70  
Young, Priscilla 1944
  72  
Zaehringer, Mary V. GR
  70  
Zak, Jean Sprott 1952
  72  
Zamir, Billa GR
  71  
Zehner, Mary 1956
  71  
Zelickman, Evelyn 1956
  71  
Zicht, Anita J. 1954
  71  
Zimmerman, Marlea E. 1954
  70  
Zingerle, Carrie H 1936
  70  
Zubon, Elizabeth 1948
  72  
Zensen, Margaret S. GR
 
Additional Correspondence [subseries]:
  75  
Ames,Beth 57
  75  
Bloom, Lillian D. 57
  75  
Gallo, Catherine Cantanzarite 57
  75  
Ziegel, Ruth Covell 57
  75  
Maple, Nancy Cunningham 57
  75  
Ebel, Lydia L. 57
  75  
Townsend, Carol Gehrka 57
  75  
Grassl, Eleonore Olga "Lori" 57
  75  
Laderman, Willa Greenbaum 57
  75  
Tuttle, Carol Insley 57
  75  
Karle, Irene 57
  75  
Kennedy, Joan M. 57
  75  
Laguardia, Frances 57
  75  
Meliere, Louise 57
  75  
Rives, Marilynn Carol 57
  75  
Pew, Elizabeth Westin 57
  75  
Hall, C. Kathleen Bennett 58
  75  
Dane, Dorothy Blow 58
  75  
Allen, Jewelle Carlson 58
  75  
De Lee, Elizabeth J. 58
  75  
Fillo, Elizabeth A. Fuchs 58
  75  
Labell, Marilyn Harper 58
  75  
Muench, Elizabeth Holt 58
  75  
Kingsbury, Rosemary 58
  75  
Rockwell, Cynthia Ide 58
  75  
Lee,Betsy 58
  75  
Needell, Barabara 58
  75  
Braverman, Susan Plavin 58
  75  
Rettinger, Phyllis 58
  75  
Glickman, Paula Rivlin 58
  75  
Shannon, Karen 58
  75  
Steffen, Elizabeth Ann 58
  75  
Vickery, Ann Winters 58
  75  
Vosburg, Joanne R. 58
  75  
Williams, Joan 58
  75  
Winter, Vera F.J. 58
  75  
Brotman, Judith E. 59
  75  
Frommer, Judith Goldman 59
  75  
Lombardi, Dorothy Heidemann 59
  75  
Ortmann, Nancy Hunt 59
  75  
Gould, Joyce Sekellick 59
  75  
Guest, Sally Wheaton 59
  75  
King, Karen W. 60
  75  
Kofu-Godis, Antigone 60
  75  
Miller, Hester "Jip" Lent 60
  75  
Freedman, Rita Jackaway 60
  75  
O'Connor, Carolyn Creamer 60
  75  
Samson, Paula 60
  75  
Townsend, Anne 60
  75  
Allen, Marcia Lee 61
  75  
Goldman, Joyce Berger 61
  75  
Swigert, Jeanne Carnahan 61
  75  
Stathis, Aphrodite Carvelas 61
  75  
Cohen, Lola Rose 61
  75  
Powers, Patricia A. Connery 61
  75  
Berkenblit, Sarita Daniels 61
  75  
Berk, Ann Fox 61
  75  
Saunders, Jocelyn Gurley 61
  75  
Guthridge, Carol 61
  75  
Horner, Clarinda 61
  75  
Ahl, Sandra Perrott 61
  75  
Keller, Lynn Phifer 61
  75  
Platto, Barbara Ira 61
  75  
Bowman, Susan Schurig 61
  75  
Smythe, Katherine D. 61
  75  
Turner, Margaret Stack 61
  75  
Reiger, Carolyn J. 61
  75  
Riley, Martha 61
  75  
Rosenthal, Nancy 61
  75  
Wender, Carole J. 61
  75  
Shepherd, Lynne Bechtold 62
  75  
Gallogy, Frances Denn 62
  75  
Dockerill, Larrie 62
  75  
Dwyer, Elizabeth S. 62
  75  
Fisher, Carole B. Finn 62
  75  
Greenfield, Peggy Fitzgerald 62
  75  
Cosgrove, Hannah Gottshall 62
  75  
Gordon, Stefany 62
  75  
Gordon, Judith 62
  75  
Lanfranchi, Constance 62
  75  
Pineo, Marion Mac Donald 62
  75  
Mayer, Lois 62
  75  
Melvin, Caryl 62
  75  
Frank, Janet Nickerson 62
  75  
Tomkins, Linda Jean Quick 62
  75  
Kornreich, Mary Rose 62
  75  
Suits, Diane Stewart 62
  75  
Davidson, Gail Strand 62
  75  
Weiss, Roberta 62
  75  
Williams, Nancy 62
  75  
Wood, Sandra Wills 62
  75  
Udell,Helen 62
  75  
Zadik, Eleanor M. 62
  75  
Zucchelli, Linda 62
  75  
Rubin, Hillary Brown 63
  75  
Heinze, Fredericka L. 63
  75  
Lederer, Edith 63
  75  
Mcintire, Kay Lynn 63
  75  
Brown, Bonnie Simonson 63
  75  
Klein, Susan Boxer 64
  75  
Deitrich, Mary M. 64
  75  
Ruffing, Ann Framton 64
  75  
Gray, Jeanne 64
  75  
Michaels, Patricia G. 64
  75  
Seerkus, Barbara J. 64
  75  
Sherman, Mary M. 64
  75  
Stephens, Suzanne 64
  75  
Steves, Gail 65
  75  
Bloodgood, Doris 65
  75  
Woehr, Susan Nye 65
  75  
Schus, Stephanie 65
  75  
Serman, Mary M. 65
  75  
Walker, Janet L. 65
  75  
Horn, Jane Wilkenfeld 65
  75  
Kozlowski, Carole A. 66
  75  
Yuan, Barbara 66
  102  
Martha Van Rensselaer 1916-1931
  59  
Martha Van Rensselaer 1921
  59  
Helen Canon 1919-1946
  102  
MVR and Flora Rose with Mary Henry 1918-1921
  102  
Flora Rose 1910-1928
  102  
Flora Rose 1929-1938
  102  
Flora Rose 1940-1941
  102  
Flora Rose 1941-1947
  102  
Flora Rose and interview with Flora Rose 1950s
  102  
Correspondence from Alumni Concerning the Appointment of a Woman Dean 1931
  59  
Correspondence concerning two Native American Students in the College of Home Economics 1931
  102  
Women's Positions 1944, 1947, 1962
  102  
Helen Canoyer-Correspondence and Speeches 1956-1964
  102  
Admissions Folder for a Student not Accepted 1939
  102  
Exhibition Catalog from Costume Exhibition in the College, by Elsie Frost 1928
 
Series IX. Furnishings [series]:
  27  
Orders for Entire Building - Department of Home Economics [H.A. = Household Art.]
  27  
Acoustics; contains printed material
  27  
Miscellaneous - includes fabric samples
  27  
Estimates
  27  
Kitchens - blueprint and printed material
  27  
Labs - Psychological
  27  
Cafeteria Lobby - includes sketches
  27  
Room G/71
  27  
Furniture - miscellaneous extras
  27  
Building equipment - Doris Schumaker; Miss Brucher
  27  
Requisitions - New Building 1929-1930
  27  
H.A. Design and Crafts Lab - includes photographs and fabric samples
  27  
H.A. equipment - old; with sketches
  27  
H.A. storage - general (information about companies manufacturing building supplies)
  27  
Labs - Clothing; Stenographic Room; Girl's Lounge; Exhibition Rooms; Class Rooms; Conference Rooms, Canon Reading; Labs. Food and Nutrition
  27  
Recreation Room (pending) - with blueprints, sketches, fabric samples
  27  
Design and crafts lab.; storage; draperies; H.A. color and Design Lab; H.A. office
  27  
Supplies; House Planning & Furnishing Lab; Housemaking Apts
 
Building Equipment [subseries]:
  27  
1932-33
  27  
Census data
  27  
Lines - Tables
  27  
House Planning Flats; Grad Lounge; Freshman Reading Room; Waiting Room Costume Shop
  27  
Corridor lockers (recessed); closets; furnishings
  27  
Room G/71; Household Art Ext. Work Room
  27  
Supplies; Crafts laboratory (no equipment); H.A. office; Miss Blackmore's office - January 1935; color and design lab
  27  
Office - Erway & Scott; Miss Marin's office, January 1935; Room 401 - loft -- fabric samples and photographs
  27  
Acoustics
  27  
Floor treatments; printed materials
  27  
Dryer; tracings of equipment; F & N; measurements; preliminary plans; other buildings - includes blueprints and sketches
  27  
Reading Room includes blueprints, fabric samples
  27  
Equipment - other buildings
  27  
Room 325 H.A. department; New Building - financial; partitions; 404 Faculty Lounge
  27  
Walls, curtains for offices - 1934; Empire Case Goods
  27  
Waiting room; Faculty Lounge pending; Library; departmental equipment; apartments (current); apts. - nursery; H.A. dept. miscellaneous equipment
  27  
Apartment - 1st floor; paint; plumbing
  27  
New Building - blueprint requests; second-hand furniture; measurements, partition; Constant Temperature Room; telephones.71
  27  
Walls, curtains for offices 1934; Empire Case Goods
  27  
Furniture orders, furniture received; furnishings, miscellaneous, hardware; plans
  27  
Pianos - victrolas; general storage; vacuum cleaners; ventilation; tables; telephones; committee - equipment; directory board - photographs
  27  
Shades - printed material
  27  
Syren Mocey Co. - filing systems - include blueprints and sketches
  27  
Apartment B - fabric samples and photographs
  27  
Correspondence - New Building
  27  
Correspondence - New Building 1927-31
  27  
Apartment
  27  
Office studies - includes blueprints
  27  
Bids - New Building; New Building corrections
  27  
College
  27  
Ampitheatre -includes blueprints
  27  
Cafeteria ? includes printed material, blueprints
  27  
Dryer
  27  
Labs - Chemistry - includes printed material
  27  
Floors - includes printed material and blueprints
  28  
Gas connection appliances; laundry; basement; Morin ? H.A.. office; Associate Director's office - includes sketches and blueprints
  28  
Building key numbers - include photograph; building equipment miscellaneous
  28  
Room G-6; Room G-39; Room 3M-24; Room G-105; Room G-106; Room 108; Room 1.14; Room 117; Room 145; Room 186; Room 201; Room 203
  28  
Room 208; Room 226; Room 243; Room 253; Room 253, 283a & b; Room 254; Room 256; Room 257; Room 266; Room 283; Room 284;Room 302; Room 307
  28  
Inventory
  28  
Financial reimbursements - H.A
  28  
Room 327 ? includes blueprints, samples, and printed material
  28  
Room 401 - includes blueprints
  28  
H.A. Dept. requirements building equipment
  28  
Building Equipment owed to H.A. department by building Gen. & other departments; loaned equipment H.A. Department; paint formulae; B-5; B-8
  28  
H.A. Department Fan Room; Room 314; Room 317; Room 318; Room 319; Room 321
  28  
Room 322, Room 328; Room 3M-#; Room 3M-5; 3M-6; 3M-14; Student Work Room
  28  
Mrs. Eddy - equipment; include samples, blueprints
  28  
Sales Room; Ampitheatre, 1938; offices under Ampitheatre, 1939; building equipment - general; building equipment - Auditorium
  28  
Chairs for staff offices (originals) - include samples
  28  
Chairs for staff (duplicates)
  28  
Chemistry Lab general, 339, 1938; Clerical Staff Restroom; Clerk's Restroom; corridor - second floor; Dye Lab, 1938; Faculty Lounge building equipment
  28  
Building Equipment - financial - all departments; Girl's Smoking Room; building equipment - general; Graduate Lounge
  28  
Building Equipment - lighting; building maintenance (Mrs. Wells - Mr. Davies); office - Caroline Morton, 1939; building equipment - procedure; Recreation Room Terrace
  28  
Secretary's Office - building equipment
  28  
Girl's Smoking Room; building equipment requests; Rose #2 - The Circle
  28  
Building equipment Miss Rose's office; stenographic room; venetian blinds; Room 185
  28  
Notes - New Building, extra copies
  28  
Government Specifications, etc
  100  
Martha Van Renssaler Hall Floor Plans (revised) 1956
 
Family Life [subseries]:
  28  
(Building equipment) - G-29
  28  
(Building equipment) - G-52; building equipment Family Life; Apartment C; Student Work Room - B-9
 
Student Guidance Room 3M11 [subseries]:
  28  
Student Guidance - includes many samples
  28  
Schumaker
  29  
Schumaker Current
  29  
Schumaker checked
 
Economics of Households [subseries]:
  29  
Cushman Swartwood; Cushman Milks
  29  
Cushman cabinets - include blueprints
  29  
Room 311; Economics of Households - general building equipment; G-8 (Miss Wiesendanger); Miss Cushman Room G-9; Room G-19; Rooms G-19, G-19a; G-20 a & b
 
Library [subseries]:
  29  
Room 117 Library Annex
  29  
Library; Library - Present
 
Institutional Management [subseries]:
  29  
Room 114
  29  
Cafeteria; Green Room (includes 1938 menu)
 
Publicity Department [subseries]:
  29  
Room 314 - Mrs. Phillips
 
Extension Equipment [subseries]:
  29  
Grace Henderson -- equipment; Heywood Room 256
 
Foods and Nutrition [subseries]:
  29  
360
  29  
Research Laboratory; Room 360
  29  
Miss Hauck - Room 303
 
Clothing [subseries]:
  29  
Clothing, General; Room 243 (M. Brasie); Room 205 (Ruth Scott); Room 206 (Humphrey); Julie Strahan - Room 303; Room 209
 
Hotel Administration [subseries]:
  29  
Hotel Administration; Room 203 (Meeks)
 
Household Management [subseries]:
  29  
Duplicate orders; departmental furnishings - current; building equipment furniture; orders pending
 
Housing of Home Economics at Cornell Before MVR Hall [subseries]:
  29  
Home Economics Building (now Comstock Hall): construction
  29  
Home Economics Building - correspondence and advertising matter for equipment and miscellaneous products, to 1921
  29  
Home Economics Building - maintenance, correspondence to 1921
 
Specifications, Other Data on Construction of MVR Hall [subseries]:
  29  
Auditorium - incudes blueprints
  29  
Revised budgets
  29  
Mr. Davies, Building Engineer
  29  
Screens
  29  
Budget
  29  
Graduate Lounge - includes sketches and blueprint
  29  
Girl's Lounge - includes sketches and blueprint
  29  
Basement apartment kitchen - includes blueprint
  29  
Labs and kitchen specifications H6
  29  
Steel locker specifications
  29  
Cafeteria specifications
  29  
Steel kitchen specifications
  29  
Wood office furniture specifications
  29  
Specifications - includes blueprints
  29  
Estimate of equipment for nursery school
  30  
Affidavits and warranties
  30  
Home Economics - correspondence; includes blueprints
  30  
Education Division; requests
  30  
Correspondence - general - includes blueprints
  30  
Specifications
  30  
Maps
  30  
Observation screen
  30  
Correspondence memoranda
  30  
Completed drawings
  30  
Office material
  30  
Clothing Laboratories - Beulah Blackmore
  30  
Floor Plans - office
  30  
Fans; practice apartment kitchen
  30  
Ampitheatre kitchen - includes blueprint and sketch
  30  
First floor- lounge/kitchen - includes blueprint
  30  
Men's lounge/kitchen
  30  
Estimate of equipment for Food and Nutrition Department
  30  
Estimate of equipment for general
  30  
Estimates no: 9860-65
  30  
New Building equipment
  30  
Estimate of equipment for Home Economics Building
  30  
Offices 7/7/33
  30  
Schumacher Doris Apartment - includes fabric samples
  30  
Auditorium 1/66 current - includes fabric samples, blueprint
  30  
4/8 - includes blueprint
  30  
H.A. Department equipment budget - includes stamples, photographs, and blueprints 1935 $2500 Morin
  30  
Wood contract 7/7/33; 4/1 - current
  30  
Tea Room 1/70 - includes photographs and sketches
  31  
Lamps - includes samples and photographs
  31  
Lighting - includes printed material
  31  
Cassidy Co - includes photographs
  31  
Material belonging to Mr. Syren - includes photographs, blueprints, samples, sketches
  31  
Mr. Syren WF current - includes photographs
  31  
Auditorium - foyer
  31  
Building - Seminar Canon - includes sketches and photographs
  31  
3/60 building Equipment
  31  
Equipment H.A. Department
  31  
Floors Current; rooms to be done
  31  
4/21; 4/34 Monsch; offices current
  31  
Old furnishings; Director 1/82; chairs - general building
  31  
General requisitions; curtains
  31  
Graduate Lounge; building - structural
  31  
Specifications original
  31  
H.A. Department equipment budget 1935: $2500 Scidmore
  31  
New Building equipment extras
  31  
Household Arts
  31  
Hart Dye Lab-as-checked; building equipment - screens
  31  
Library
  31  
Cubage
  31  
Smaller equipment 7/7/33; Blewer kitchen; venetian blinds; building equipment Mrs. R. G. Smith 2/1
  31  
New Building - rooms for study
  31  
Faye Sellbach Household Arts 140; sound equipment; Food and Nutrition Studies
  31  
Electrical; clocks
  31  
Blackboards and bulletin boards; ink filling stations
  31  
Measurements - original
  31  
Furnishings to select - Morin Scidmore; Humidity Room
  31  
Notes - New Building
  31  
Lodge - nursery - includes floor plans
  31  
Dining Room 3/60 - includes photograph, sketches, and sample
  31  
Nursery School
 
Additions, Repairs, Maintenance - 1933-1954 [subseries]:
  31  
Buildings, furniture, etc
  31  
Annex - Home Economics - 1947; Home Economics Annex * 1947-1951
  31  
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall equipment 1933-1935
  31  
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall - Building - includes blueprints
  31  
$25,000 Building Equipment Fund - 1935
  31  
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall New $25,000 Building Equipment Fund 1935-1936
  31  
MVR Hall - Building Equipment Fund 1936-1937
  31  
MVR Hall - Building Equipment Fund 1937-1938
  31  
Department of Buildings and Grounds 1932-1937
  31  
Plantings in front of MVR Hall 1939
  31  
Building 1939-1951
  31  
Building equipment 1939; mural in Ampitheater 1937
  31  
Building repairs 1940-1946
  31  
New Homemaking Apartment Building 1942-1946
  32  
Building space study *** 1939-1945
  32  
Laboratory 401 - equipment 1944; guide to MVR Hall, 1954
  32  
Major building changes ***** 1950
  32  
Roosevelt desk in Faculty Lounge
  32  
I. History - Martha Van Rensselaer Hall - conference - March 3, 1927; includes correspondence - Eleanor Roosevelt 1927
  32  
II. History - Martha Van Rensselaer Hall - meeting - February 6, 1928 - September 28, 1928 - includes Eleanor Roosevelt
  32  
III. History - Martha Van Rensselaer Hall - conference an dinner, November 10, 1928; includes correspondence Eleanor Roosevelt October - November 1928
  32  
IV. History - Martha Van Rensselaer Hall ? appropriated $475,000.00 naming of Hall - includes clippings
  32  
Dedication of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall - 1934 ? includes printed material and clippings
  32  
Dedication letters A-Z and miscellany
  32  
Cornerstone laying and dedication plans, correspondence, telegrams, department material & printed material, and clippings
  32  
Miscellaneous dedication of MVR Hall - Farm & Home Week, 1934 - includes correspondence, speeches, printed material, press releases, and clippings
  32  
MVR Hall - miscellaneous correspondence
  32  
MVR Hall - accomplished
  32  
MVR Hall - early plans
  32  
MVR Hall - plans for building measurements
  32  
MVR Hall - information concerning New Building
  32  
MVR Hall - Building Committee, 1926 - Miss Spohn, Chrm
  32  
MVR Hall - blueprints not used and duplicates
  32  
Miscellaneous Home Economics Department bulletins and conference printed items
  32  
Questionnaire from Ohio State University about Cornell Home Economics graduates
  32  
Miscellaneous clippings
 
Series X. College History [series]:
 
History: Martha Van Rensselaer [subseries]:
  33  
Family history - early letters 1875-1919
  33  
Letters 1923-25
  33  
Letters 1926, 1928, 1930, n.d
  33  
Miscellaneous family papers
  33  
Correspondence and sketches of family crest
  33  
Printed invitations and announcements, greeting card with photograph, several unidentified photographs
  33  
Printed material including Caroline M. Percival's 1957 biography of MVR
  33  
Newspaper clippings
  33  
MVR - early Cattaraugus school district material
  33  
Clippings and telegram
  33  
Letters about Commissionership 1886-1892
  33  
Telegrams about Commissionership 1893
  33  
Letters about Commissionership 1893
  33  
Letters about Commissionership 1896-1900, 1922
  33  
Papers about Commissionership
  33  
Teachers Institute during Commissionership
  33  
Letters from MVR's father, 1875-1886
  33  
Letters from MVR's father, 1887-1889
  33  
Letters from MVR's father, 1890-1891
  33  
Letters from MVR's father, 1892
  33  
Letters from MVR's father, 1895-1896, 1900
  33  
Letters from MVR's father, 1901-1902, n.d
  33  
Correspondence of MVR, 1918-1932, including correspondence from Jane Addams (of Hull House, Chicago); Carrie Chapman Catt; Mrs. Henry Morgenthau, Jr.; Ida M. Tarbell; Eleanor Roosevelt and others
  33  
Correspondence of MVR with newspaper, magazine, and book editors 1901-1904; 1905-1907; 1908; 1909-1910; 1911-1913; 1914-1915; 1918; 1920-1921; including letters from Theodore Dreiser and Ida Tarbell
  33  
Correspondence with "Uncle John" 1906-1910
  33  
Personal correspondence - 1900-1907; 1909-1909; 1910; 1911; 1912; 1913-1914; 1915; 1917-1918; 1919-1920; 1921; n.d
  33  
MVR - administrative policy
  33  
MVR - courses - Woman in the Family and Woman in Industry, 1917-1918
  33  
MVR - portrait
  33  
MVR - class notes for Course III - divisions include bibliography, divorce, civilization; decalogue, examination; feudalism; general, labor; outlines, Renaissance, revolution, and Roman
 
Outside interests, travels, honors [subseries]:
  33  
MVR's 25th Anniversary at College - letters, telegrams, clippings
  33  
MVR - appointments
  33  
MVR - Better Homes in America Campaign, 1923; MVR - President Conference on Home Building and ownership, 1931
  33  
Work for Randolph School
  33  
Work on behalf of Madame Curie - including letter from Herbert Hoover and announcement of the Marie Curie Radium Fund Committee
  33  
Article on pedometer study in New York World, May 27, 1900
  33  
"Boys and Girls" and "Children's magazine" (Martha Van Rensselaer)
  33  
Tale of Miss Van Rensselaer's Pig
  33  
Honors and opportunities
  DD-14  
National American Woman Suffrage Association certificate given to Martha Van Rensselaer (MVR) and signed by Carrie Chapman Catt
  DD-14  
Program from the American Woman's Association meeting at Madison Square Garden - MVR was a speaker
  DD-14  
Certificate given to MVR, designating her as a delegate to represent New York State at the Women's National Congress
  DD-14  
Certificate stating that MVR is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution
  DD-14  
Certificate in appreciation of MVR's service to the United States Food Administration
  DD-14  
Certificate given to MVR designating her as a delegate to represent New York State at the International Dry-Farming Congress
  DD-14  
Certificate from the New York State College of Teachers, conferring on her the degree of Doctor of Pedagogy
  DD-14  
Article from The Sunday Star, Washington, DC - "Fifty Foremost Women" by Ida Tarbell
  DD-14  
Article from the New York Evening World, "Ability and Initiative, With Will to Carry on, Mark Women Leaders"
  DD-14  
Article from The World, "Women Honor Forty-Nine as the Leaders of Their Sex in the Country"
  DD-14  
Article from The Ithaca Journal, "MVR Honored By Many Friends and Associates on 25th Anniversary of Her Work at Cornell"
  34  
Senatorial campaign
  34  
Miss Van Rensselaer's letters from Florida
  34  
Miss Van Rensselaer's letters from Europe 1923
  34  
Death of Martha Van Rensselaer: obituary notices, announcements
  34  
Death of Martha Van Rensselaer: letters of sympathy, May 1932 (fld. 5); June 1-15, 1932 (fld. 6)
  34  
Death of Martha Van Rensselaer: letters of sympathy, June 16-December 1:2, 1932 (fld.7); telegrams, lists, funeral flower cards (fld. 8)
  34  
Death of Martha Van Rensselaer: resolutions adopted by various groups
  34  
Death of Martha Van Rensselaer: Journal of Home Economics article
  34  
Short stories by Martha Van Rensselaer
  34  
Speeches and articles by Martha Van Rensselaer
  34  
Memorial Library - Randolph
  34  
Correspondence re Martha Van Rensselaer; bookshelf prior to move to Mann Library
  34  
Martha Van Rensselaer bookshelf in Albert R. Mann. Library
  34  
Biography of Martha Van Rensselaer by Carolyn M. Percival
  34  
Miscellaneous biographical data on Martha Van Rensselaer
  34  
Miscellaneous biographical sketches of Martha Van Rensselaer
  34  
Clippings - 12 famous women. (Oversize clippings on notable women located in mapcase drawer.)
  34  
Miscellany
  34  
Home Economics staff meetings (minutes) 5/19/13-4/12/15
  34  
Home Economics staff meetings (minutes) 6/8/15-3/3/19 & index
  34  
Horne Economics staff meetings (minutes) 9/30/19-12/5/21
  34  
Home Economics staff meetings (minutes) 1/10/22-1/20/25 & index
  34  
Flora Rose - family background
  34  
Flora Rose - life before Cornell days
  34  
Articles about Flora Rose
  34  
Personal correspondence of & about Flora Rose 1906-24 (f1d.3 1931-70, n.d. (fld. 32)
  34  
Correspondence of Flora Rose with Homemakers on food problems, to 1921
  34  
Correspondence of Flora Rose with newspaper, magazine and book editors, to 1921
  34  
Letters from Flora Rose 1923
  34  
Letters - Flora Rose to staff 1928-29 (while at Teachers' College)
  34  
Letters of Flora Rose to staff 1932-38 (fld. 37); 1940-44 (fld. 38)
  34  
Interview with Flora Rose c. 1953 with Mary Phillips
  34  
Family Life Course 111, 1929 (Flora Rose)
  34  
Flora Rose's class notes - Family Life 300
  34  
Report on survey of Belgian children - Flora Rose, 1923
 
Miss Rose's Nutrition Health Study of 5,000 Belgian School Children, 1923 [subseries]:
  52  
Correspondence, criticism of, and outline of thesis; directions for presenting to committee; also includes printed forms used and tables 1922-28
  52  
Chapters I-VI; with photographs of some graphs
  52  
Notes and papers used in thesis (fld. 15 has many pinned pages)
  52  
Tables
  52  
Handwritten and typescript drafts (marked "Kill but Keep")
  52  
Papers on topics including vitamins, insulin, and rickets
  52  
Miscellaneous notes, pages, and papers
 
Belgian medals - Museum items (330-338)
  40  
Applications for housing- Belgian-(oversized)
These items were removed from box 52 and transferred to box 40

  53  
Scrapbook-type item (without covers) - letters to editor of the Delineator, 1922-23
  53  
Clippings from the Delineator mounted on oaktag pages, 1919-20
  53  
Pages from the Delineator, 1921-23
  53  
Pages from the Delineator, 1919-24
  54  
Clippings from the Delineator (mounted), 1921
  54  
"Home Economics Scrap Book for 1923" - Delineator articles, mounted
  54  
"Home Helps Scrap Book, 1923-25" - mounted Delineator articles
  54  
Typed list of Delineator articles authored by MVR; loose Delineator articles
  35  
Governor's Commission on Rural Homes - Flora Rose, 1931
  35  
International Management Congress - Flora Rose, 1938
  35  
Milbank Foundation of Cattaraugus County - Flora Rose: 1923-May 1924 (fld. 4); June 1924-January 1925 (fld. 5); February 1925-May 1925 (fld. 5); June-December 1925 (fld. 7)
  35  
Milbank Fund Experiment, Cattaraugus County, continued 1926 (fld. 8); 1927 (fld. 9); 1928, n.d. (fld. 10)
  35  
Milkorns and milkwheats food products - Flora Rose, 1933-34 January-March 1933 (fld. 11); April 1933-March 1934 (fld. 1 April 1934-june 1934, n.d. (fld. 13); n.d. (fld. 14)
  35  
Milk Publicity Bureau - Flora Rose: September 1934-January 1936 (fld. 15); printed material (fld. 16)
  35  
Mount Morris Tuberculosis Sanitorium - Flora Rose, 1939-40
  35  
Rural Electrification Committee - Flora Rose, 1935 (fld- 18)
  35  
World Dairy Congress Association - Flora Rose, 1923
  35  
Articles by Flora Rose
  35  
Flora Rose - notes and manuscripts of her speeches; 1923-1938 (fld. 24); n.d. (fld. 25)
  35  
Miss Rose - committees - organizations, subscriptions, etc.1932-1936
  35  
Portrait Fund - Miss Rose
  35  
Miss Rose's portrait
  35  
Transcription of interview: Miss Flora Rose and Mrs. Mary G. Phillips, October 27, 1954
  35  
Personal relationship: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose
  35  
Flora Rose: biographical sketches and data
  35  
Inauguration of Governor Lehman - Flora Rose
  35  
Resolutions on Miss Rose's retirement - 1940
  35  
Flora Rose - Retirement Dinner, 1940: September 1937- June 1940 (folder 34); June 1940-April 1951, n.d. (folder 35)
  35  
Death of Flora Rose
  35  
Clippings about Flora Rose
  35  
Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose - appointment as first women professors at Cornell University
  35  
Manual of Homemaking: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose - 1914-1915 (fld. 39); 1916-1920 (fld. 40); 1921-1925 (fld. 41); miscellany (fld. 42)
  35  
Tea rooms operated by Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose
  35  
Mooseheart, (Ill.) Lab. for Child Research: Van Rensselaer, Rose, 1930's - correspondence 1932-1934 (folder 44); conference minutes, 1929 (Eld. 45); 1930 study (folder 46); reports (folder 47); reports, reprints (folder 48)
  35  
Roosevelt Inaugurals - invitations to MVR & FR
 
White House Conference on Child Health, November 19-22, 1930 [subseries]:
  56  
WHC correspondence, 1929
  56  
WHC correspondence, 1930
  56  
WHC correspondence, 1931
  56  
WHC correspondence, 1932
  56  
White House Conference
  56  
WHC abstracts and papers
  56  
WHC paper: The Management of Activities and Abilities in the Home; Ruth Lindquist
  56  
WHC: MVR papers
  57  
WHC: MVR papers
  57  
WHC follow-up
  57  
WHC printed material
  57  
WHC Happenings
  57  
WHC clippings
  57  
Health Education Program reports
  57  
Nutrition Program reports
  36  
Clara Brown (Arney) - evaluation of the College - 1944
  36  
Home Economics Faculty: Hazel M. Hauck & M. G. Phillips
  36  
Home Economics Faculty: K. Reeves
  36  
Home Economics Faculty: A. J. Warner
  36  
Sarah G. Blanding (fld. 9 includes photographs)
  36  
Sarah Blanding's reception, 1941
  36  
Dean Helen Canoyer (mostly press releases)
  36  
Early writings on philosophy of Home Economics Education; miscellaneous historical data
  36  
Home Economics at Cornell
  36  
Bill to promote instruction and research in Home Economics 1900
  36  
Outlines of History of Home Economics at Cornell
  36  
Clippings, other mementos of early history of Home Economics at Cornell
  36  
Advisory Group of Citizens Meeting, December 5, 1919
  36  
Advisory Group of Citizens Meeting, December 8 & 9, 1919
  36  
Advisory Group of Citizens Meeting, December 17, 1919
  36  
Advisory Group of Citizens Meeting, January 9, 1920
  36  
MVR and FR awards
  36  
Belgium - Decoration
  36  
Case for Van Rensselaer and Rose medals from Belgium
  36  
Letters from Belgium: Miss Van Rensselaer, Miss Rose, 1923
  36  
Work in Belgium: Miss Rose & Miss Van Rensselaer - correspondence - including Herbert Hoover, Belgium, etc
  36  
Establishing School of Home Economics - 1919
  36  
College Bill -- work on, 1919
  36  
Advisory Group of Citizens Meeting, November 18 & 19, 1919
  36  
College Bill work on, 1920
  36  
College Bill work on, 1921-22
  36  
College Bill work on, 1923
  36  
College Bill work on, 1924
  36  
College Bill - work on, 1925
  36  
Proposed College of Home Economics - resolutions of organizations
  36  
Proposed College of Home Economics - reports of conferences
  36  
Proposed College of Home Economics - legislative bills
  37  
Proposed College of Home Economics - 1920-21 teaching workreport
  37  
Proposed College of Home Economics - 1920-21 Extension work
  37  
Proposed College of Home Economics - Advisory Committee
  37  
Miscellaneous data on College Bill (undated)
  37  
Celebration of passage of College Bill, 1925
  37  
College Annual Report -1909-1910
  37  
College Annual Report -1910-1911
  37  
College Annual Report -1912-1913
  37  
College Annual Report -1913-1914
  37  
College Annual Report -1915-1916
  37  
College Annual Report -1916-1917
  37  
College Annual Report -1917-1918
  59  
College Annual Report -1917-1920
  37  
College Annual Report -1918-1919
  37  
College Annual Report -1919-1920
  37  
College Annual Report -1920-1921
  37  
College Annual Report -1921-1922
  37  
College Annual Report -1922-1923
  37  
College Annual Report -1923-1924
  37  
Development and Trends in the organization of the New York State College of Home Economics 8/15/36
  37  
Various reports - 1941
  37  
"Development of Home Economics at Cornell University" - (photocopy and mimeograph)
  37  
"Pioneering in Educational Administration" (mostly carbon typescript): pp. 1-50
  37  
"Pioneering in Educational Administration" - pp. 51-100
  37  
"Pioneering in Educational Administration" - pp. 101-150
  37  
"Pioneering in 'Educational Administration" - pp. 151-199
  37  
Home Economics Faculty Legislation
  37  
Department of Housing and Design
  37  
Archives - Department of Housing and Design
  37  
Departmental Archives - desk file
  38  
Flora Rose's College History - original - 1940; (with many pins), 1940 annual report
  38  
1940 Annual Report. A Growing College: Home Economics at Cornell University, Part 11, 1940-1965, by Esther H. Stocks. (carbon typescript)
  38  
Notes by Martha Van Rensselaer about herself
 
Series XI: Photographs [series]:
 
Photographs from box 39 are available on-line [subseries]:
 
Oversize Photographs [subseries]:
  40  
Winter Course 1912-13. Some of those in the front row are staff. From left, they are: _____, ____, ____, Helen Knowlton, Helen Binkerd Young, Martha Van Renssealer, Liberty Hyde Bailey, Flora Rose, Clara Browning, Anna Hunn, _____, _____, _____, _____
  40  
Winter Course, 1914-15
  40  
Winter Course, 1912-13
  40  
Foods Laboratory
  40  
Foods Laboratory
  40  
Formal Dinner
  40  
Broadside mock-up (with photograph of Martha Van Rensselaer): Martha Van Rensselaer Collection of Books. The gift of the Home Bureau Agents of New York State
  40  
Etching done by Anna Botsford Comstock. (Series XIII)
  40  
Manuscript of "Candle-Lighting" song (with descriptive letter). (Series XIII)
  40  
Mounted photograph of Martha Van Rensselaer, 1928
  40  
Mounted photograph of Martha Van Rensselaer, Spring 1919
  40  
Mounted photograph of Martha Van Rensselaer
  40  
Mounted photograph of Martha Van Rensselaer: A good likeness, and a photograph that both Miss Van Rensselaer and Miss Rose considered good. circa 1912-14
  40  
Mounted photograph of Martha Van Rensselaer
  40  
Mounted copy of Martha Van Rensselaer's portrait
  40  
Mounted photograph of Madame Curie, with annotated calling card
 
Mural, College of Home Economics, 1939 World's Fair [subseries]:
  41  
Correspondence, transparency and lists Negatives for pictures labeled: left side of mural
  41  
8x10 a. people sitting in living room b. family making home-made articles in recreational room c. girls studying in library d. clothes fitting and modeling e. class in pillow and mattress making
  41  
8x10 a. lesson in serving b. food preparing (cafeteria kitchen) c. home planning d. instruction in table setting e. mother and children busy in nursery
 
Negatives for pictures labeled: right-side of mural [subseries]:
  41  
8x10 a. aerial vieew of group of buildings b. community kitchen c. family group d. buying and inspection of furniture e. family at: work in kitchen (grooming clothes)
  41  
8x10 a. class sitting around dining table b. clothes buying c. preserving fruits d. woman at growing counter e. watching Dutch girls arrange a tea table
  41  
8x10 a. hanging of draperies and curtains b. two teachers and a group of children eating c. putting partitions in kitchen cabinet d. nurse checking baby's health e. year's vegetable needs for one person­
  41  
8x10 a. "spic and span" kitchen b. kitchen planning c. woman and child in toy shop d. children eating e. people attending State Federation of Home Bureaus Exhibits f. aerial view of small community
 
Other Negatives [subseries]:
  41  
8x10 "Food Weighting." Student in research laboratory:
  41  
4x5 Extension-demonstration on foundation garments, probably around 1915-1918
  41  
4x5 Demonstration of use of dress form
  41  
4x5 Health exercises at recess under direction of a teacher
  41  
4x5 Pratt Institute
  41  
4x5 Main business office in home economics building, 1924
  41  
4x5 Onondaga Indian women can vegetables
  41  
4x5 Home Bureau
  41  
4x5 Extension demonstration on use of dress form
  41  
4x5 Farmers' Wives Club around 1915.'
  41  
4x5 Junior Extension food demonstration, around 1920's
  41  
4x5 Rural school children brushing teeth, around 1918
  41  
4x5 Cooking laboratory, around 1915-20
  41  
4x5 Home economics laboratory, around 1910-20
  41  
4x5 Foods laboratory, Winter Course, 1909-11
  41  
4x5 Weighing and measuring local school children, around 1918
  41  
4x5 Monthly visit of Extension agent to local school
  41  
4x5 Nutrition clinic in local school, around 1918
  41  
4x5 Home economics cafeteria, around 1915
  41  
4x5 Noon hour in home economics cafeteria, around 1915
  41  
4x5 Series showing how child can help in home, no date
  41  
4x5 After dinner at Lodge, 1920
  41  
4x5 Naptime for Lodge baby, 1918-20
  41  
4x5 Laboratory and drafting room for housing and design (Comstock Hall), 1920
  41  
4x5 Christmas in Lodge apartment, around 1920. This negative is backwards -- should always be printed emulsion up
  41  
4x5 Living room of Lodge used for homemaking practice, around 1920
  41  
4x5 Exterior of Lodge, 1920
  41  
4x5 Senior night ceremony, around 1920
  41  
4x5 Float in unidentified parade, around 1915-20
  41  
4x5 Afternoon tea in homemaking apartment, 1920
  41  
4x5 Institution management students inspect local warehouse, 1920
  41  
4x5 Ruth Kellogg, shoulder seams, around 1918
  41  
4x5 School exhibit on value of milk, around 1918
  41  
4x5 Cooking class in school of Home Economics, around 1920
  41  
4x5 Domestic science room at James E. Yeaton High School, St. Louis, MO
  41  
4x5 Home economics at other schools
  41  
4x5 Correspond to proofs on index cards, Box 39, folder 48.No. 1278
  41  
4x5 No. 4849
  41  
4x5 No. 4850
  41  
4x5 No. 4851
  41  
4x5 No. 4852
  41  
4x5 No. 4853
  41  
4x5 No. 4854
  41  
4x5 No. 4855
  41  
4x5 No. 4856
  41  
4x5 No. 4857
  41  
4x5 No.4890
  41  
4x5 Unidentified negatives, exteriors
  41  
4x5 Unidentified negatives, interior laboratory scenes
  41  
4x5 Unidentified negatives, interior classroom and lecture scenes
  41  
various Miscellaneous unidentified negatives
  41  
4x5 Series on child helping in the home
  41  
4x5 Building floor plans
  41  
4x5 Martha Van Rensselaer Hall & Martha Van Rensselaer
  41  
5x7 Martha Van Rensselaer family. Corresponds to Box 55, Folder 2, Item 26. Possibly nitrate
  41  
5x7 Martha Van Rensselaer. Corresponds to Box 55, Folder 2, Item 27. Possibly nitrate
  106  
Oversize Glass Negatives Concerning Food Preparation
  59  
3 boxes of Oversize Glass Negatives (5.5" x 7.5")of Nursery School Children
  42  
Two file boxes of color slides: Practice House and Nutrition Class Youngsters, ca. 1944
  43  
Glass Slides
 
Martha Van Rensselaer [subseries]:
  108  
Scanned photographs from Box 55 (CD-#748)
  55  
Portrait of General Solomon Van Rensselaer, half-brother of David S. Van Rensselaer, who was Martha Van Rensselaer's grandfather (1)
  55  
Portrait of K.K. Van Rensselaer, a close relative (brother?) of Solomon (2)
  55  
David S. Van Rensselaer, M.D., a homeopathic physician and grandfather of Martha Van Rensselaer. Tintype (3)
  55  
Minnie Seager Van Rensselaer, of Randolph, NY, an unidentified relative of Martha Van Rensselaer (4)
  55  
All portraits of Arvilla Gwen Van Rensselaer, mother of Martha Van Rensselaer (5-13)
  55  
All portraits of Henry Killian Van Rensselaer, father of Martha Van Rensselaer (14-16)
  55  
Paired portraits of Martha Van Rensselaer's parents in black, padded folder (17)
  55  
Ellen E. Van Rensselaer, half-sister of Martha Van Rensselaer (18)
  55  
Killian Van Rensselaer as an infant. Relationship is not given, but name is an old family one, used many times (19-20)
  55  
_____ Owen, an uncle of Martha Van Rensselaer (21)
  55  
Heavily lacquered photograph of Martha Van Rensselaer as a young woman, with Jessie Owen, whose relationship is not given (22)
  55  
Supposedly Martha Van Rensselaer as an infant, but identification is questioned on photo (23)
  55  
Martha Van Rensselaer as a young girl, with brothers Leland (older) and Herbert. These three were all of the children born to Henry Killian and Arvilla Owen Van Rensselaer (24)
  55  
Photo arid enlargement of Martha and Leland Van Rensselaer as young children (25-26)
  55  
Martha Van Rensselaer as a young girl (27)
  55  
Miniature of Item 27 (28.)
  55  
Inscription in Martha Van Rensselaer's hand writing reads, "Martha Van Rensselaer - Beginning high school and feeling older than she does now. " (29)
  55  
Martha and Herbert Van Rensselaer as young adults (30)
  55  
Martha Van Rensselaer (with flowers) as young woman (31)
  55  
Assorted portraits of Martha Van Rensselaer as a young woman (32-50)
  55  
Portrait of Martha Van Rensselaer, Julia Kepler and Mae Neal taken when they were teaching together in the public schools at Tidioute, PA (51)
  55  
Portrait of Martha Van Rensselaer by "The Misses Lilby"; 1908 (52)
  55  
Copies of portrait of Martha Van Rensselaer as older.- woman; by Brandenburg Studio (53-55)
  55  
Copies of portrait of Martha Van Rensselaer by Harris and Ewing which was used in book-plate. Miss Van Rensselaer is wearing the dress she wore to sit for the portrait which hangs in the faculty lounge. This dress is now part of the historic costume collection of the Department of Textiles and Clothing. (56-59)
  55  
Martha Van Rensselaer, undated portrait (60)
  55  
Copy of memorial bookplate for the Martha Van Rensselaer Collection of Books, housed in Mann Library (61)
  55  
Plate containing Harris and Ewing portrait of Martha Van Rensselaer on one side and fore word by Dean Carl Ladd of the College of Agriculture on the other; used in 1940 annual report of College (62)
  55  
Photograph of portrait painting of Martha Van Rensselaer which hangs in faculty lounge. Artist is Lydia Field Emmet. Dress is changed and given fur collar (63)
  55  
Sepia portrait of Martha Van Rensselaer by White Studio. This was used as the frontis piece in: Percival, Carolyn, MARTHA VAN RENS- SELAER, Ithaca, New York, 1957, published by the AlUmnae Assocation of the New York State College of Home Economics at Cornell University, 26p (64)
  55  
Glossy copies of Item 64 (65-66)
  55  
Two copies of portrait of Martha Van Rensselaer taken in May 1927 (67-68)
  55  
Martha Van Rensselaer at her desk; apparently taken about the same time as Items 67-68. (There are similarities in costume and arrange ment of hair.) Missing (69)
  55  
Sepia snapshot of Martha Van Rensselaer as young woman seated in parlor (70)
  55  
Stage setting, with Martha Van Rensselaer standing at far right (71)
  55  
Group of girls in long, white dresses, re clining on rug. Martha Van Rensselaer is the topmost one. Missing (72)
  55  
Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose in out door setting with mart dressed as clown (per haps Clio-Cho, of the Child Health organization) (73)
  55  
Snapshot of Martha Van Rensselaer (in striped jacket) with group, hiking (74)
  55  
Martha Van Rensselaer (in striped jacket and gym shoes) hiking with Flora Rose in New England (75)
  55  
Martha Van Rensselaer hiking in White Mountains (76)
  55  
Blue print of Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose in camping dress sitting on log and eating (77)
  55  
Martha Van Rensselaer riding bicycle and hold ing sun umbrella at Chautauqua. Print is blue (78)
  55  
Inscription on back readst "Guests arriving at the School of Horticulture; Miss Van Rensselaer walking with Mrs. Fullerton, Miss Haines in white. Chautauqua?" (79)
  55  
Outdoor shot of Martha Van Rensselaer (far right) with four other young women (80)
  55  
Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose on the back roof of the old home economics building (now Comstock Hall) (81)
  55  
Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose at meeting of League of Women Voters at home of Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt in Hyde Park, NY (82)
  55  
Advisory committee for the Land Grant College Survey, May 1928. Among those identified in addition to Martha Van Renssclaer are: "Mr. Kline, President Pearson, Dean Mumford, Secretary Jardene, Secretary Work, Governor of Hawaii, Tigert." (83)
  55  
Very old family portraits, unidentified, and in some cases badly faded and retouched (84-87)
  55  
At the meeting of the League of Women Voters, Hyde Park, NY (88)
  55  
N.G. Van Rensselaer at 93 (Martha Van Rensselaer's grandmother). She lived to 102 (89)
  55  
Martha Van Rensselaer with other children; she at about 8 years. Tintype (90)
  55  
Martha Van Rensselaer, circa 1919 (91)
  55  
Martha Van Rensselaer, 1923-24 (92)
  55  
Miss VanRensselaer at her desk. It's good of her but does not show the office to advantage - which is a beauty. circa 1915 (93)
  55  
Martha Van Rensselaer at Camp Island, a 30+ acre island in Long Lake she loved so much (94)
  55  
Undated photographs of Martha Van Rensselaer (95-111)
  55  
Copy of portrait painting of Martha Van Rensselaer. Photograph made from glass negative (112)
  100  
Portrait of Martha Van Rensselaer, 1927
  100  
Photograph of Martha Van Rensselaer, 1928
  49  
Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose riding horses in the Grand Canyon
  64  
Photograph of Native American Festival (panorama) taken by Hugh Troy
 
Slides [subseries]:
  68  
Paris and Switzerland - 1963
  68  
Denmark
  68  
Copenhagen
  68  
Carousel full of slides on Japan, Greece, Bangkok, Asia and Greece - 1,967
  68  
Carousel full of slides on Philippines - 1967
  68  
Carousel full of slides on Japan - 1967
  68  
Eight slides of Colorado
  68  
Five slides and many photos of Dean Canoyer - 1963
  68  
Photos of Dean Canoyer and Mary Wood in Japan - 1966
  68  
Photos of Practical Laundry Class in Ghana and Helen Canoyer in Ghana
  68  
Photo of women educators from Africa who visited the New York State College of
  68  
Home Economics in 1960
  68  
Slides of MVR Hall in 1962
  68  
Slides of Dr. Dora Erway's paintings - she was an emeritus faculty member of the College of Home Economics from 1921-1956
  68  
Following slides taken in 1964 of College of Home Economics and faculty members:
  68  
M. Bennett in Kitchen
  68  
Workers in the Kitchen
  68  
Lippala Teaching in Amphitheater
  68  
Cafeteria line
  68  
Chemistry Lab
  68  
Department Meeting
  68  
Nursery School Interior
  68  
Dr. Mondy Demonstrating in Food Lab
  68  
Food Lab
  68  
Miss Helen Canoyer
  68  
Kathryn Walker in Office
  68  
Fred Kunz and Student
  68  
Feldman Research
  68  
Nancy Conklyn in Office
 
Year 1964 [subseries]:
  68  
Dean Canoyer
  68  
Dean Canoyer's two secretaries
  68  
Jan Warren teaching in room 117
  68  
Housing Design Dept.- Art Lab (slide used to show in Ghana)
  68  
Class in Amphitheater
  68  
Several slides of the Food Lab
  68  
TC Dept. meeting
  68  
TC
  68  
TC- Humphrey Lab
  68  
CDFR Dept. Meeting
 
Year 1965 [subseries]:
  68  
Commencement Parade
  68  
Seminar
  68  
Classroom Nursery School Outdoors
  68  
Students using Microscopes
  68  
Olin Files
  68  
Fall in Ithaca
  68  
MVR
  68  
Stacks in Library
  68  
The End
  68  
HD Modular Construction
  68  
HEM Eco Conference
  68  
HEM Work Simplification
  68  
H Ec Ed. - Student Teacher
  68  
CDFR
  68  
H Ec Ed
  68  
CDFR Nursery School
  68  
TC Seminar
  68  
Institutional Management
  68  
HD
  68  
TC -Textiles Lab
  101  
Homemaking house, various student activities
 
Photographs [subseries]:
 
Alumni Association [subseries]:
  77  
Ithacans get together: Miss Anna Hunn (L: class of '12) and Mrs.A.M.Goodman (R: class of '12) tell Mrs. Michael Brown (class of'52) about the early days at Cornell
  77  
Flora Rose and (Dean) Helen Canoyer talk together.
  77  
Dean Canoyer and Flora Rose at Home Economics Breakfast, 1954
  77  
Flora Rose, Dean Canoyer, and Dorothy DeLany at Cornell Dinner in San Francisco, 1954
  77  
Present and past participants of the HE Alumnae Assoc, get together a coffee hour. Present: Dorothy DeLany ('23), Alberta Dent Shackelton ('2 0), Jeannette Gardiner Powell ('26), Dorothy Fessenden Sayles ('2 5), current President Helen Bull Vandervort
  77  
The Alumnae Institute Banquet, Present at table: Professor EmerituBeulah Blackmore, Professor Faith Fenton (Food and Nutrition),Professor Emeritus Ruth Scott, Anna Hunn ('12), Rose BrodbeckPadgham ('4 0)
  77  
Professor Elizabeth Conrad and Claribel Nye discuss liquid detergent while Doris Wadsworth Toole ('23) examines a box of detergents.
  77  
Helen Vandervort and Flora Rose after Miss Rose has been presentec a surprise birthday cake at the Alumnae Institute Banquet, 1954
  77  
Helen Vandervort applauds as waitress presents Flora Rose with a surprise birthday cake, 1954
  77  
Helen Vandervort and Flora Rose chat at the banquet, 1954
  77  
Alberta Shackelton talks with Dean Helen Canoyer at the banquet.
  77  
Flora Rose (former director of the College) and Clarabel Nye examine portrait of Miss Rose in the College of Home Economics Lounge.
  77  
Flora Rose and Clarabel Nye sitting together.
 
Apartment 'A' [subseries]:
  77  
Two students get a frozen dinner from the freezer.
  77  
Two students heat the frozen dinner in Apt. A.
  77  
Apartment A. (a homemaking apt.) is decorated with curtains
 
Apartment Baby [subseries]:
  77  
A woman feeds the practice baby in a highchair, 1950
  77  
Joseph, the practice baby, gets his diaper changed by two students in the college, 1946
  77  
The practice baby gets weighed by two students, 1944
  77  
Two students play with the practice baby, 1954
  77  
A students gets practical experience with the practice baby in his stroller, 1945
  77  
A group of graduate students and the practice baby, 1944
  77  
A baby picture a few days old.
  77  
A baby picture
  77  
A baby picture a wonderful smile
  77  
Two students weigh a baby
  77  
A picture taken in Apartment A includes Dorothy Dye Spencer, and other men and women eating dinner, early 1950s
  77  
Three women play with a baby, 1949
  77  
The cook and the mother for the week prepare a baby cereal that can also be eaten by adults (practice in Apt A.), 1946
  77  
The mother for the week serves 'the family' in the homemaking apt., 1946
  77  
Baby Bonnie dandled in the lap of a student. another student looks on
  77  
Two students play with the practice baby in the homemaking apts. of the College of Home Economics.
  77  
Testing with an 8 month old baby in the homemaking apartment, 1950
  77  
Four students speak into a microphone and play with the baby
  77  
A student plays with the baby, 1946
  77  
A student feeds the baby its bottle, 1946
  77  
Another student feeds the baby
  77  
Men and Women watch as one woman plays with a baby in his high chair
 
Campus Scenes [subseries]:
 
Exterior Pictures
  77  
Three young women talking outside of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall
  77  
Two women coming out of MVR the Extension building, 1951
  77  
Three women sit and talk outside of MVR in the sunshine, 1951
  77  
Summer Session, three women talking outside, 1951
  77  
Three women talking in the grass behind MVR Summer Session, 1951
  77  
MVR Hall, circa 1933
  77  
A woman walking through a snowy path to MVR's central entrance
  77  
Two women sit at the foot of the statue of Ezra Cornell, late 1940s
  77  
Two women study outside the 'New Mann Library", 1951
  77  
"Jane and Johnny Parsons"...a woman walking on a dock by a lake, outside a lovely home setting
  77  
"Shirley and her sorority sisters skip stones and swim at Buttermilk Falls on a sunny afternoon."
  77  
A scene outside MVR, late 1940's early 1950's, on a sunny day.
  77  
Four women laugh and talk by the bridge at Beebe Lake
  77  
Jean Beiermeister, Shirley, Peggy Kaufman, and Pat Robertson study for finals and take in the sun at Buttermilk Falls
  77  
A very old picture of the Ag Quad, early 1900's
 
MVR Hall
  77  
MVR Hall Exterior, 1951
  77  
A picture of an amphitheater, now a furnace room, with a woman giving a lecture to many female students
  77  
MVR Hall, College of Home Economics, 1951
  77  
A view of MVR Hall from the front, 1951
  77  
A view of the East end, the new building, 1951
  77  
MVR Hall, 1951
  77  
MVR Hall, 1951
  77  
Looking at MVR Hall from the direction of Bailey Hall, 1951
  77  
The center entrance to MVR Hall
  77  
Marilyn Jaffe and Nancy Fraser looking at a flower bed outside of MVR Hall (3 pictures)
  77  
Prof. Julia Adler, 1961
  77  
Prof. Jean Warren, 1961
  77  
Patricia Ey, testing raincoat fabric for water repellence
  77  
Three scenes at the entrance of MVR
  77  
A view of MVR from the Ag Quad, 1966
  77  
A view of MVR Hall from the Ag Quad, 1951
  77  
A view of the center entrance to MVR, 1951
  77  
A view of the back of MVR (east side), 1956
 
Campus [subseries]:
  77  
Students getting some sun and swimming by Beebe Lake (three pictures)
  77  
Students talking and studying on Libe Slope
 
Old pictures [subseries]:
  77  
High School Guidance Counselor Conference at Cornell, October 1966
  77  
Same as above (assortment of unknown people at MVR)
  77  
Same as above
  77  
Emily Hall's Class working with Prof. Phillips, November 1966
  77  
Susan Matson (portrait), Tompkins C. Agent, Home Economics Div.
  77  
Knowlton introduces Pat Arkinstall, and Arkinstall speaks
  77  
Trainees in Head Start Program working with children
  77  
Dean Canoyer handing out diplomas, June 1965
  77  
Handing out diplomas in MVR
  77  
A woman using a sewing machine, 1918
  77  
A women and men in an old car (they are winding it up)
  77  
The first extension service car. Clarabel Nye, Martha Van Rensselaer, Natalie Thompson, Ruth Graham, Catherine Mills, Edna Alderman, an( student driver.
  77  
A woman in an old style kitchen
  77  
A woman stitching on a machine, 1918
  77  
Women examining exhibits in the home economics car of a "victory train" at Farm and Home week.
  77  
Two women cooking in an old kitchen
  77  
Founders of the New York State Federation of Home Bureau: Florence Freer, Flora Rose, A. Brigden, Mrs. Vincent Riordan, Anne Putnam, Ruby Green Smith, Lillian Backus, Lewis Seymour, Edith Salisbury, Mrs. M.Armstrong, 1919
  77  
Leaders in Farm interests in New York standing before the covered wagon which made the trip from coast to coast in the interests of low taxes and less legislation. HJ Wallace (center), Victor Underwood (extreme left), Dean Mann, McBurritt.
  77  
Country School Exhibit, Landscape Art Department, Farmer's Week, 1920
  77  
Farmstead Exhibit, Landscape Art Dept. Farmer's Week, 1920
  77  
Hats and gingham dresses made by students, Farmer's Week, 1919
  77  
Farmer's Week guests inspect campus at Cornell
  77  
Group Picture of unknown women
 
CANNING/PRESERVES [subseries]:
  59  
Home economist canning beets
  77  
Four students learn how to can tomatoes from a professor.
  77  
Three students examine the canned products in their jars, 1950
  77  
Four students learn how canned products should look from a professor
 
CAREERS BOOKLET [subseries]:
  59  
Graduates of the College of Home Economics-photos of them at work
  77  
Woman operating a chemical machine, 1968
  77  
Students learning about expenses and resources from a professor, 1967
  77  
Two members of the Advisory Council (Cole, Switzer), 1968
  77  
same as above (different pose)
  77  
Two members of the Advisory Council (Devereux, Crul), 1968
  77  
Chairwoman of the Advisory Council, Dean Hagadone, 1968
  77  
Yearbook picture of a female student
  77  
A student trimming fat off meat, 1968
  77  
Three students in an office
  77  
Three pictures of a woman displaying different styles of art in books, 1967
  77  
Negatives and photos of a woman as an elementary school teacher, 1967
 
CHILD DEVELOPMENT & FAMILY RELATIONS [subseries]:
 
Professor Harold Feldman [subseries]:
  77  
A couple sitting together (interview style) with their young baby in a Child Study, 1962
  77  
A young child (maybe two years old) playing a game. Looks like a test.
  77  
A researcher testing cognitive development with above child (Julie) - two photos
  77  
Photo labeled "Poverty Course"
  77  
Three women are studying a toy in a playroom.
  77  
A young girl (age 4) and a young boy (3 or 4) are playing at a table. The girl is using clay, and the boy is watching her.
  77  
Duplicate in folder 9: Assistant Prof. Thomas with homemade toys.
  77  
An outside play center near to the kitchen window at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Post.
  77  
A class meets at the home of Professor Russell Smart to observe his baby. One person feeds the baby, while the Professor and 6 other women watch.
  77  
A scene in a playroom. Four babies of different ages are present and being observed. One nurse is there, and six women are taking notes.
  77  
The Barton family (parents and four children) participate in the family art project. Picture taken in the lab at the College.
  77  
Glenn Olds (Cornell United Religious Work), Robert Polson (head of Rural Sociology), Leonard Buyse (Vice Principal of Ithaca High School), Edward Pope (Professor of Child Development and Family Relationships), and Joseph Burroughs (professor of Child Development and Family Relationships) participate in a symposium on juvenile delinquency.
  77  
Three women and two men play with and observe two young babies
  77  
Same as above (different pose)
  77  
A graduate student watches children in an art class make puppets in a summer session, 1954
  77  
Assistant Prof. Ruth Thomas with homemade toys, 1953
  77  
A picture promoting the good family life. A father, mother, two children (boy and girl), and a dog sit in front of the fireplace, snacking on popcorn, and listening intently to the father, 1951
  77  
Family of Prof. Edward Pope - Father, mother and two boys read the Bible and look at the nativity scene, Fall 1952
  77  
Seven children sit around a man who is holding a white bunny rabbit in an outside setting.
  77  
A setting for a young girl to work in having paper, pencils, and an appropriate work space cuts down on dawdling, 1950
  77  
Opposite setting of above description. This time the girl is on the floor trying to work, 1950
  77  
Varna Reynolds serves coffee to two members of faculty in the department of Child Development and Family Relationships (Dalton and Wylie), and to two delegates to the Family Life Conference, 1952
  77  
Two young women sit with a collection of dolls and toys.
  77  
Three children and a woman wash their hands in sinks which are low to the ground (their level)
  77  
A man plays the piano, the woman plays the tambourine, and three children play other instruments together in a home setting.
  77  
A man is being interviewed in an office setting.
 
TOY WORKSHOP [subseries]:
  77  
A woman and a man working in the Nursery School Toy Lab
  77  
Parents make Christmas toys in the workshop/Lab, 1942
  77  
Three students learning their way around a toy workshop, 1957
  77  
Two students making toys at the driving board
  77  
Three students are assisted by Prof. Lambert Britain in the toy lab.
  77  
Students making toys they designed themselves.
  77  
A student uses a power saw to construct a toy
  77  
Assistant Prof. Ruth Thomas with homemade toys, 1953
  77  
Same as above (different pose)
  77  
A teacher and two children playing with paint
 
CORNELL KITCHEN [subseries]:
  59  
Kitchen Design-steps marked out 1946
 
1951 and 1954 [subseries]:
  77  
A sketch of the Cornell Kitchen
  77  
A boy pours a glass of milk for a small girl holding a doll, in the kitchen. Photo of the view from the Cornell kitchen window.
  77  
Barbara Kenrick, instructor in Housing and Design dept. stirs soup in the revolutionary Cornell kitchen which can be arranged to suit the needs of the user. Kenrick shows how the garbage can is used.
  77  
Kenrick shows the uses of the adjustable pull out trays inside the cabinet doors.
  77  
Kenrick uses the cutting board which is at seated level. There is another cutting board at standing level.
  77  
Kenrick demonstrates other uses of the kitchen in eight separate pictures.. A picture showing the building process of the kitchen.
  77  
The janitorial and housekeeping staff surprise Ethel Cox on her 70th birthday. A woman and a baby sitting at the kitchen table A woman using the kitchen accessories (two pictures)
  77  
Prof. Glenn Beyer (Housing and Design) looks over the final installation of the "revolutionary" Cornell Kitchen
 
China [subseries]:
  77  
Six pictures showing how to arrange china plates, cups, bowls, etc. in a kitchen cabinet.
 
Cabinets [subseries]:
  59  
Kitchen Storage Design 1945
  59  
Kitchen Storage Design 1946
  59  
Kitchen Storage Design 1947
  59  
Kitchen Storage Design 1949
  77  
Seven pictures of different assortments and organizations of kitchen cupboards.
  77  
Two pictures of the under range storage cabinets of the kitchen
  77  
Four pictures of the kitchen sink cabinets in different formations.
  77  
Three pictures of kitchen, swing cabinets
 
Research Equipment [subseries]:
  77  
Five pictures showing models of cabinets and kitchenware, including their dimensions
  101  
Beehive and Combination Toolbox set
  101  
Home Canning Machine
  101  
Laundry Room
  101  
Laundry-Washing Machine 1912
  101  
Pots and Pans
  101  
Woman using an early stove
  101  
Early stove and tea set
 
Storage Wall [subseries]:
  77  
Fourteen pictures showing the storage cabinets, (doors open, closed,shelves filled, empty)
  77  
Two pictures showing the wall panel for pans, utensils and supplies
 
CORNELL RADIO STATION [subseries]:
 
ET & I Radio [subseries]:
  77  
The Department of Extension Teaching & Information puts out a radicbroadcast daily. Here, a woman sits at the microphone
  77  
Four women reading information over the radio waves
  77  
Three women doing layout for a newspaper, 1947
  77  
The station is named WHCU. Two women sit at a table by themicrophone having a discussion.
  77  
Nina Kuznick and Catherine Personius talk while on the air about a chemistry/nutrition set up, September 1945
  77  
A man from WJZ radio gives a broadcast
 
COUNSELING [subseries]:
  77  
An advisor (from the counseling staff) and a student talking in an office
  77  
Jean Failing and three students looking at a map of Cornell, 1947
 
DEPARTMENTS [subseries]:
 
Administration [subseries]:
  77  
Conference Room /Jean Failing in Center (two photos) Portrait of Esther Stocks
 
CDFR Human Ecology [subseries]:
  77  
Family Life Conference: MVR Hall(3 pictures), 1956
  77  
A woman and a child are playing with a white mouse
  77  
A teacher and some children are playing with a hamster
  77  
A small boy is playing the guitar
  77  
Two teachers and six children are in a classroom cutting out paper for an art class.
  77  
Two young girls sit on the lap of a woman and listen to her read a story.
  77  
A young boy points his binoculars at the photographer. His shirt reads "I want to be a doctor"
  77  
Two women observe from a concealed room; one woman is using clay with three children. (two pictures)
  77  
A hidden camera is pointing at a woman playing with a baby. She is showing him/her a ball
  77  
A school bus brings a teacher and six children to nursery school on a snowy day at MVR Hall.
  77  
Four children are very interested in the pictures projected by a machine.
  77  
A woman is with a small girl who is looking at the camera.
  77  
A playscene: one girl rides a tricycle, a boy has a ball, they are talking to the teacher with another playmate. at the Cornell Nursery School
  77  
A boy smiles happily at the camera while he is moving his hands quickly back and forth.
  77  
A Professor giving a lecture while sitting down.
  77  
The same professor shown in his classroom with an interested student raising her hand.
  77  
The same scene. The classroom consists of both women and men.
  77  
One student asks a question in class
 
DEA [subseries]:
  77  
A woman and a man studying a model
  77  
A man designing a room
  77  
Two men actually building the table they designed (two photos)
  77  
A television crew tapes. (three photos)
  77  
Students studying models (two photos)
  77  
A truck holds the contents of the new Cornell Kitchen
  77  
A woman puts the finishing touches on a cloth mural
 
Extension [subseries]:
  77  
Extension-two photos of Extension Workers - Carmen Reynolds in center of second photo, 1951
  77  
Prof. Madeline Blum (L) and Prof. Adaline Snellman wear women's apparel of the Civil War Period, and the early 1900's.(2 photos)
  77  
Mrs. Roy Dieter, and Mrs. E. Rislawski inspect a period costume in the costume collection
  77  
Professor Ward's Home
  77  
External view of the house
  77  
The kitchen (two photos)
  77  
The stairs
  77  
Little girl reading by the window
  77  
An internal view of the closet
  77  
Little girl drinking from a water fountain in the house
  77  
Little girl in her walk-in closet sized to fit a small body
  77  
The kitchen corner (closet, table, water fountain)
 
  77  
Food and Nutrition Research- Veronica Meryhort HNF -(deceased) - early 70's
  77  
A woman using a blender
  77  
Sylvia de la Paz using a "Digestion Rack" for chemical identities
  77  
A woman setting up a titration stand
  77  
A woman using a large mortar and pestle
  77  
Catherine Personius as Professor in center/rear
  77  
Frances Johnston, and Sister St. Jeanne (2 pictures)
  77  
Kay Newman - Nutrition Dept
  77  
A woman working in the green room
  77  
Molly Briant - Nutrition Dept
  77  
A classroom scene
  77  
H. Elizabeth Hester in 3rd on the right, and five other women in a conference room
  77  
A WNBF-TV kitchen show (three pictures)
  77  
A man setting up a dishwasher, and a woman watching him
  77  
Prof. Frances Johnston does a study with four subjects
  77  
Three more subjects wait for the food study to begin
  77  
A study to measure the oxygen consumption of the homemaker using an iron. An Ithaca housewife is being tested
  77  
Two chemists doing tests
  77  
The basement room in Morrill Hall where Martha Van Rensselaer started her work. Her first work was designed to relieve the drudgery of farm women's labor, early 1900
  77  
Saovanee Sudsaneh uses a computing machine to calculate data for her master's thesis
  77  
Saovanee Sudsaneh measuring out food on a scale for a young girl in a village in Thailand
  77  
Two women processing quarts of milk at the college lab
  77  
Virginia Howse, a graduate student in Food and Nutrition, tests a sample of raw cabbage
  77  
A woman studying the contents of a test tube
  77  
Joan Hillsley and Marilyn Steffen participate in a hair analysis project
  77  
Joan Hillsley and Marilyn Steffen participate in a research study on nutrients lost in hair
  77  
Stray hairs are hosed off a plastic sheet by Anna Rodriquez
  77  
Three women doing a chemistry exp
  77  
a woman in a chemistry lab
  77  
A mirror image print of the above picture
  77  
A food and nutrition laboratory
  77  
A woman in a chemistry lab
  77  
Same as above
  77  
Eulalia Lim, a graduate student from the Philippines studies the effect of a microwave on food
  77  
Lenton, at a microwave
  77  
A woman in a chemistry lab
  77  
A student studies the effect of freezing on spinach, 1950
  77  
Research for Food and Nutrition with Guinea Pigs - Evelyn Lorenza, youngest PhD in the college of HUMEC, 1946
  77  
Two women are subjects in the iron metabolism study - Eleanor Williams, and Ruth Ingalls
  77  
Miss Eleanor Williams in the iron study
  77  
Miss Ruth Ingalls in the iron study
  77  
Two women using a mouse for a research study
  77  
A woman putting liquids in test tubes
  77  
Dr. Faith Fenton demonstrates electronic oven cooking
 
Household Economics and Management [subseries]:
  77  
A woman demonstrates the shape of the human body in a high school classroom
  77  
Two women prepare a meal in a kitchen
  77  
Two women discuss a subject at the blackboard (Prof Marjorie Knoll)
  77  
Three women discuss maximum reach and comfortable reach at the blackboard. (Prof. Marjorie Knoll)
  77  
The Hoover Co. demonstrates a vacuum cleaner: to Mary Lynn Goddard, Margaret Sanik, Lynne Walser, Connie Adams, Kathy Reifsnyder, Mary Purchase, May 1976
  77  
Dr. M. E. Purchase teaching a class, (six pictures), August 1962
  77  
The thermostat of an iron is shown to Larry Topel and Susan Hess by Prof. Mary E. Purchase. (2 photos)
  77  
Gertrude Armbruster with MACAP Volunteer Award Mary Purchase, Fall 1974
  77  
Mary Purchase and students studying a toaster (two photos)
  77  
a student in a chemistry laboratory (three photos), 1978
  77  
Willis Reed giving a speech, Kathy Crupps, and Mary Purchase attending, October 30, 1980
  77  
Mary Purchase and others conducting tests in a kitchen set-up. (five photos)
  77  
Betty Lou Von Splendor Capron giving a demonstration, 1969
  77  
Women doing tests on Laundry (three photos)
  77  
Judy Maxson, How to give a demonstration, 1967
  77  
Students learning about an electronic circuit
  77  
Three photos of a kitchen
 
Housing and Design [subseries]:
  59  
Storage Units 1937-1950
  59  
Design for Physically Handicapped
  77  
Cornell specialists, Professor Helen Canon (economics of the household and household management), Mary Heiner (associate Prof. and specialist in kitchen storage and cupboards), Prof. Glenn Beyer (Housing and Design dept.), Prof. OC French (head of agricultural education), Grace Morin (rural architect), discuss plans for research on better homes for farm families. The meeting is in a factory house which is used for this experiment, December 1969
  77  
Model of a tenant house: Rural housing research: Grace Morin, director
  77  
A man and a woman setting up the factory house
  77  
An external view of the factory house used for research
  77  
Jeanne Baranek, grad. student, receiving the Ed Gavin Memorial
  77  
Housing Scholarship. Also present Carol Mitnick, Bayne Sparks
  77  
Home Economics design students in class
  77  
Carole Knoop, and Sally Rayment selecting tools in a workshop
  77  
Prof. Gena Thames (Housing and Design) traces a cushion pattern for a chair she is reupholstering
  77  
Jules Fredericks (Housing and Design) shows a visitor half scale models at Farm and Home Week
  77  
Gena Thames reupholstering a chair
  77  
Two Farm and Home Week visitors at the exhibit
  77  
Two home demonstration agents display a block of printed fabrics
  77  
A woman restringing a rocking chair
  77  
Two women having a meeting in an office. (discussing baking tools)
  77  
Six people making art forms out of different materials
  77  
Artwork by Evelyn A., 1957
  77  
Dorothy Hall (right), and friend looking at design blocks, 1957
  77  
A woman painting a study/living room scene
  77  
Ruth Morgan (3rd from L) and other women in a design class
  77  
A women in a design class
  77  
A housing and design class, late 1940's
 
Institutional Management [subseries]:
  77  
A chef and a woman making cupcakes in bulk
  77  
Two chefs cooking in a kitchen
  77  
A chef and a woman putting rice pudding into dessert bowls
  77  
a chef and a woman storing food in a freezer
  77  
Two men cooking vegetable dishes in the cafeteria kitchen
  77  
1934
  77  
A large crew of women and men making pastries in a kitchen, late 1940's
  77  
A cafeteria scene at the register
  77  
Four students learn how to fill cream puffs the quick way
  77  
Three women make cakes in bulk
  77  
Three women make food in a kitchen
  77  
Two women study results on a spreadsheet
  77  
A classroom scene
  77  
Miss Harris visiting a pineapple plantation in Hawaii
  77  
A woman recording numerical figures on a spreadsheet
  77  
Alice Beurgoin, and two other people sit and talk at a conference
 
Textiles and Clothing Department [subseries]:
  58  
Sewing class given to the public
  77  
A textile show at Chemung
  77  
Women examining dresses
  77  
A teacher explaining to students something about a plank of wood
  77  
Students examining fabric swatches
  77  
A student giving a presentation on the clothing needs of the adolescent (two photos)
  77  
Students studying
  77  
A student studying a fabric
  77  
Two women using a machine for testing
  77  
Women studying the workings of an electrical circuit
  77  
A woman studying nylon
  77  
Studying the production of kitchen products
  77  
A woman creating a 3-dimensional design
  77  
Women using some sort of freezer system
  77  
A small scale design of sized of clothes and furniture
  77  
Studying the dimensions of adult males and females
  77  
Studying the hanging lengths of jackets
  77  
Two women looking at a thermometer that records women's likes and dislikes in clothing. (three photos)
  77  
A machine to help determine how fabrics will stand up under normal wear conditions
  77  
Studying the physical and chemical properties of fabrics, 1963
  77  
Recording spectrometer used in the study of color in textiles - Patricia Hyduk, graduate student, 1963
  77  
A student examining something under a microscope
  77  
A woman using a machine to test..
  77  
Students examining fabrics in a lab two women looking at a dress made by students
  77  
A student teacher talks about cotton
  77  
Miss Eleanore Adam (R) and Summer Session students in tailoring
  77  
A student using a numbering balance
  77  
Two women cutting out patterns for socks
  77  
A woman modeling a coat made from linen toweling (four photos), June 1961
  77  
Josephine Simchick, a student is modeling an evening dress for Farm and Home Week
  77  
Farm and Home Week Fashion Show - Three women look at hats made by students, 1963
  77  
Two students watch as Prof. Florence Boak demonstrates how to fold a dress in tissue paper to prevent wrinkles
  77  
Marcella Ellet models a black silk taffeta dress for Farm and Home Week
  77  
Prof. Ora Singleton (textiles and clothing dept) adjusts the belt on Betty Warner's linen dress at Farm and Home Week
  77  
Marcella Ellet gets a nod of approval from Nancy Cole, senior, at the fashion show. 2 women touching up their jewelry at the fashion show
  77  
Marilyn Clifford, research assistant, holds up a white color standard to help Ann Fahnestock rate the different degrees of whiteness in a selection of women's blouses, 1957
  77  
Young girls learn about measuring textiles, 1956
  77  
A woman pins the short hem of a woman's suit, Feb 1946
  77  
Nancy Renkins ('54) and Susan Bromberg ('54) looks at a selection of skirts from a closet
  77  
A woman studies the results of a chemical test
  77  
Five students sit together and darn socks. An exhibit is behind them on sewing "a stich in time saves nine" 1956
  77  
An older picture of women sewing together
 
Doll Collection [subseries]:
  77  
One portrait of a doll in a brocade dress
 
Dean's Pictures [subseries]:
  77  
Time-Use Study Dean Canoyer's Administration-Group Photo: Urie Bronfenbrenner, Kathryn Walker, Dean Canoyer, Mabel Rollive (and negative)
  77  
Negatives - Luncheon meeting with visiting sociologist: Prof. Szalai,
  77  
Dean Canoyer, --, Prof. Walker, Dr. Bronfenbrenner, February 1967
  77  
Mary Purchase, speaking from a podium. Dean Canoyer seated next to her. Seated in the audience are many women, among them Marion Minot, and Irene Patterson
  77  
Dean's Breakfast, 1966
  77  
A large collection of people in Martha's of MVR Hall. Men in back-center near archway are members of Dr. Waring's family
  77  
Head Table: Left to Right - Mary Switzer (President of Alumni Assoc.), Dean Virginia Cutter (Utah), Dean Helen Canoyer (at podium, wearing helmet presented to her by the construction system for the new wing), E. Elizabeth Hester, Foreground - Lucy Maltby, retired. (former director of Home Economics)
  77  
President Switzer at the podium
  77  
M. Potter greeting faculty returnees
 
Esther Stocks: Focus on Family Life, 1959 [subseries]:
  77  
Negatives and copies of all home economics exhibit pictures
  77  
A TV viewing of a kitchen scene
  77  
For Emilie Hall - a portion of Focus on Family Exhibit in MVR (four pictures)
  77  
Warren Hall Seminar Room: ICAE Exhibit, 1955
 
Foreign Students and Visitors: African Woman [subseries]:
  77  
African Women (visiting Cornell), and Education
  77  
Professors at a lecture, 1967 or 1968
  77  
Hazel Sadoc - foreign student, 1948
  77  
Dr. Moffett in center; college of Education, Cortland, New York (accompanied by visiting African Women)
  77  
Ki Yull Lee of Kyunggi-Dri, Korea; July 7, 1955 foreign student
  77  
African Women and Female Professors
  77  
Group Picture of Visiting African Women
  77  
Three Female Professors Talking in Classroom
  77  
Newspaper Cutout: "African Women Visit in Iowa", 1961
  77  
Article from Des Moines Sunday Register, September 10, 1961 "Treated Better Here Than in Homeland, African Says"
  77  
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)
  77  
Rita Raymond talks with two African women about Extension
  77  
Frances Grauman talks about an Extension class with Victoria Mutswairo of Rhodesia
  77  
Frances Grauman, Dorothy Johnson and Victoria Mutswairo (of Southern Rhodesia) discuss topics of Extension Classes
  77  
Three African Women, visitors to the College, at a faculty picnic
  77  
Two African Women at a Barbecue
  77  
Two African Women dance and sing for College Professors, and other visitors, in the Big Red Barn
  77  
A picture of eight African Women on a bus
  77  
Group picture of the African Women Visitors
  77  
Two African Women examine an exhibit of Cornell Extension Homemaking Bulletins
  77  
An Assembly of the African Women in front of a bus
  77  
Miss Dorice A. C. Martinson, from Ghana
  77  
A warm handshake between Anne Row (Extension leader from Mexico, New York), and Margaret Kitchener Olowu (from Nigeria)
  77  
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
  77  
Mrs. Olusola S. Banjo of Nigeria at barbecue
  77  
Verna A. Carley of the Agency for International Development and Mrs. Samira Seif of Zanzibar talking
  77  
Miss Dorice Martinson of Ghana makes a point in a discussion with food and nutrition Extension specialist, Prof. Marjorie Burns
 
African Women Educators [subseries]:
  77  
A group of African Women and Marcia Robinson, student guide, at Ithaca Senior High School
  77  
Mrs. Efunjoke Coker, Nigeria, is introduced to American Barbecued chicken at faculty picnic
  77  
Mrs. Gulzar Sunderju of Kenya, boarding bus
  77  
African Women attending lecture by Prof. Vera Caulum
  77  
group of African Women boarding a bus for Extension trips
  77  
Miss Mapoma and Miss Ogot are showing nursery school children at the College of Home Economics, Cornell, how to play a zebra skin drum
  77  
Efunjoke Coker and Marion Graves get acquainted
  77  
Carol Walien helps greet women educators at A La Mesa from Africa who visited the College of Home Economics, Cornell
  77  
An African visitor talks with a student at a tea in the College
  77  
Victoria Mutswairo (S. Rhodesia), and Sister St. Jeanne Laual U. (Quebec, Canada)
  77  
Mrs. Efunjoke Coker of Nigeria
  77  
African Women get a tour of the lockers by a student guide
  77  
Mrs. Lati Hyde-Forster (Sierra Leone) and Miss Lottie E.A. Hamilton-Hazeley (Sierra Leone)
  77  
Three African Women admire jewelry worn by Margaret Kitchener Olowu
  77  
Pamela Ogot (Kenya) and Ethel Mapoma (N. Rhodesia)
  77  
Ezerina Mwaipopo talks with students at an informal reception at the College
  77  
Students watch an African Woman show them how to tie a headpiece of her native costume
  77  
Reception with students at the College of Home Economics
  77  
Group Photo of the Visiting African Women
 
Visitors from other countries [subseries]:
  77  
Obdulia Sison, a graduate student in extension from the Philippines, Josephine King, a graduate student in institution management from Shanghai, China, and Gloria Mercado, a graduate student in institution management from the Philippines, talk with Margaret Hutchins, head of the department of Home Economics, at Farm and Home Week
  77  
The same three Asian women talk with Professor Helen Hoefer, of the department of home economics education at Farm and Home Week
  77  
Five woman educators from France visit the school; They sit and talk with Dean Elizabeth Lee Vincent, and Buelah Coon
  77  
Mrs. Ralph L. Sherer - librarian
  77  
Miss Bernarda Camello, Soedji Latifah, Dr. Jane Hanks, Dr. Presentacion Perez, and Dr. Hazel Hauck discuss international education in home economics and Southeast Asia
  77  
Two women talk about design
  77  
Twp Indian women talk to two American women at the college (Two photos)
  77  
Dr. Elfriede Stubler, Freda William, Mrs. CW Willinge Prins-Visser, Karin Petersen, Dr. Kathleen Rhodes, and Helen Terre talk about international education in home economics and Northeast Europe
  77  
French educators and an American woman listening to headphones
  77  
A large map of the world with lines showing from which countries people have visited Cornell. Map titled : Home Economists to and from Cornell
  77  
Three new Chinese students at the college look over their books together at the steps of MVR. 2 Asian people and an American man
  77  
An Indian woman speaks at an international conference
  77  
Vu Stephen and Mrs. Joan Lulby of Australia - foreign students, 1952
  77  
Mercedes Melchor (Philippines), Muna Khoury (Lebanon), Leonarda Jurado (Philippines), Iris Brunet (Puerto Rico), Zahida Quraishi (Pakistan): all graduates of the college, 1952
  77  
Karen Mars and three others looking at a display, 1966
  77  
A woman and a man look at a pamphlet together, 1966
  77  
Margaret Brausfield Wood on the phone/at work, 1966
  77  
Two people involved in a housing movie scene, 1967
  77  
A happy reunion scene
  77  
Three new Chinese students at the steps of MVR, 1946
  77  
A picture of a foreign student working (two photos)
  77  
An assembly of foreign visitors
  77  
Foreign graduate students: Muna Khoury, Leonarda Jurado, Iris Brunet, Zahida Quraishi, Mercedes Melchor
  77  
Margaret Harrington - FAO international member
  77  
A picture of a foreign student (woman)
  77  
A Persian design student, Monr Shahrudy, 1945
  77  
Two students talk outside MVR
  77  
Mr. and Ms. Justo de la Paz with their two daughters leaving for Manila
  77  
Florence Theopholus and Prof. Catherine Personius exchange greetings in the traditional Indian manner, 1959
  77  
Prof. Catherine Personius examines Florence Theopholus' sari, 1959
 
Home Economics Exhibit [subseries]:
  77  
Getting ready for the JC Penney, McCall Fashion Show
  77  
Some women sample homemade cakes at the General Foods Exhibit
  77  
J. Folks at her desk (nutritionist)
  77  
Sara Blackwell explains life insurance to some young girls
  77  
Blackwell and a young man setting a table
  77  
An old Picture of the Homemaker Service in Cleveland Ohio; Two older women, a teenage girl and two young boys are baking
  77  
Miss Blackwell demonstrates cake baking to a group of students
  77  
A scene in the health center showing a dietetic intern, a doctor and a nurse
  77  
(ADA) A lunchroom scene at a middle school
  77  
Suffolk County - Department of Public Welfare. A woman is having a meeting with a staff member
  77  
YWCA-New York City; Two couples are dancing, four other people are present all drinking coca cola and looking at records
  77  
YWCA - New York City: Young wives group learning about color swatches
  77  
4-H; M. Leighton and three young children learning to sew
  77  
4-H Office; Two older children are leading a class for eight others
  77  
(ADA via Gottlieb) Two women demonstrating salad making to a group
 
Home Experiences [subseries]:
  77  
Former HDA and her convenient kitchen
  77  
A woman and a man painting a door, 1950
  77  
a student teacher shows high school students how to arrange a winter bouquet. - 1950
  77  
Three girls doing some heavy duty cleaning in the kitchen
  77  
A young girl in the kitchen lab of home economics
  77  
A woman explaining the proper arrangement of a hat and glove drawer 1956
  77  
A woman creating her own sewing structure, 1946
  77  
Two young girls learning how to organize the drawers in their bureau
  77  
A young girl learning how to organize the refrigerator
  77  
A young girl organizing the kitchen cupboards while being watched by her grandparents and younger brother
  77  
A view of an organized storage closet
  77  
Three women creating an organized kitchen cupboard
  77  
A relaxed scene of a woman reading a magazine in her living room
  77  
In the same room; a woman is putting away her linens
 
Miscellaneous [subseries]:
  101  
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
 
Nursery School [subseries]:
  77  
A woman reads a book to children (Kenny La Bar, David Hill, Janita Ezell) (3 pictures)
  77  
Kathy Miller reads with Bobby LaDieu
  77  
Three boys listen to records with headphones
  77  
Boys learn how to saw wood and make shapes
  77  
Some nursery school children come in from the cold with their teacher
  77  
A teacher makes paper chains with children
  77  
Children try to carve on cement blocks
  77  
A girl and a boy clean the table
  77  
Children play on a gym set (four pictures)
  77  
Three children pose in the playroom
  77  
Four children eat outside with their teacher
  77  
Four children use a hammer and nails
  77  
A man shows some children a white rabbit
  77  
A girl touches the hamster in its cage
  77  
A little boy pretends to speak on a telephone
  77  
Children play in the sandbox (two pictures)
  77  
Children play outside (sunshine and snow) (four pictures)
  77  
A boy climbs a tree
  77  
Nine pictures of children playing inside. (they use blocks, dress up clothes, dollhouses and tea-sets), about 1956
  77  
Four pictures of snack time
  77  
The children play 'ring around the rosy" outside
  77  
Two of Reading time
  77  
Two pictures of children at the entrance
  77  
Two children watering the plants
  77  
Three pictures of children baking
  77  
Children reading the "menu for Thursday"
  77  
Children playing in sandbox with Esther Stocks, 1940's
  77  
Children in sandbox, Jean Powell, adult in sandbox, 1949
  77  
Children playing in snow
  77  
Children playing on jungle gym outside
  77  
Students observing children in nursery school
  101  
Nursery School Children and College Student
 
Public Speech Contest [subseries]:
  77  
Elsie Van Buren Rice
  77  
Rice Stage contestants: Lorraine Kahn, Joanne Pakel, Carol Greene, Carol Muller: Mar. 18, 1965
  77  
Margaret Brown (chairwoman of the contest) discusses the criteria for judging the contest with Marlene Fries, and Mrs. William McMillan (daughter of James Rice)
  77  
Contestants: N.C.Paine, E. Rothermel, C.F. Wagner, E.H.Amsden, I.R. Adler, D.S.Smith: Group Photo, 1954
  77  
Barbara Benisch receives the prize. Also in the photo, Mrs. McMillan, Dean Betton, Joan Fulton, Gertrude Grover
  77  
Coffee hour, March 1950
  77  
Vivian Hoffman, Barbara Benisch, Doris Dittman, Joan Fulton, Martha Murrell, sitting in an auditorium
  77  
Three women posing
  77  
Joan Fulton, Dean Blanding, Barbara Benisch on stage
 
"Science at Work" [subseries]:
  77  
A woman uses a flammability tester for fabrics, 1963
  77  
Prof. Mary Morrison checks a tube of protozoa
  77  
Prof. Henry N. Ricciuti Studies early signs of intelligence in infants, 1963
  77  
Prof. Karla Longree researching how to properly defrost a turkey, 1962
  77  
Prof. Mary S. Ryan and an assistant demonstrate a scale for women's likes and dislikes of clothing, July 1963
  77  
Dr. Esther Bratton shows that an easy relaxed posture is less fatiguing
  77  
Mrs. Harold Feldman, research assistant on reading
  77  
A woman tests insulating blankets, August 1969
  77  
Dr. Ruth Lutz uses men for study on Iron
  77  
Mrs. Jean Chen Lin testing an eggnog substance
 
State Fair Exhibits [subseries]:
  77  
"Fabric Finishes Engineered For Serviceability" pamphlet
  77  
A view of the exhibit. Different fabrics, and rainwear
  77  
Some of the posters:
Spot and Stain Resistant Finishes
How can Fabric Finishes Be Identified
Different Finishes for Different Performances
  77  
Nina Adler examines a man's permanent press shirt at the exhibit
  77  
A man and a woman examine a new chair style (a photo and a group of pictures)
  77  
State Fair Exhibit "The Credit Supermarket", 1965
 
Students [subseries]:
  77  
Two women leaving MVR - the Home economics building, after classes
  77  
Marilyn Jaff, and Nancy Fraser
  77  
Graduate students studying types of learning experiences
  77  
A group of students in a homemaking class plans ways of stretching the department budget so that they can entertain their friends. - 1946
  77  
Cornell students Doug MacLean and wife Sue do their "homework". They are with their son, Dougie. So that Dougie is never left alone, the MacLeans go to college on alternate days. Richard Suchman and Nancy Bird, students, 1952-53
  77  
Dean Elizabeth Lee Vincent presents diplomas to three graduates
  77  
Marilyn Gall, Barbara Fay Hochgrebe, Janet Steven
  77  
A young girl using a sewing machine
  77  
A young girl presenting a recipe to the class
  77  
Three young girls washing dishes
  77  
Four children learning how to saw wood
  77  
Two young girls experimenting with sewing
  77  
Three girls figuring out the problems of room arrangement
  77  
Three girls thinking about how to organize drawers
  77  
One girl modeling an apron that she made, 1950
  77  
Three teenagers thinking about Christmas decorations
  77  
A girl looking for a can of food in a kitchen
  77  
A woman teaching some young girls how to use a sewing machine (two photos)
  77  
Three girls looking at skirts
  77  
Five girls getting a home economics education at Cornell
  77  
Kindergarten children are entertained at a valentine party given by 9th grade home ec. pupils to crystallize learning in their study of child development - 1946
  77  
Two young girls learning how to properly make a bed
  77  
Three girls setting up a living room
  100  
Two Photos of Winter Course in Home Economics-one includes Martha Van Rensselaer, 1917
  101  
Home Economics Students in Ag-Engineering Class 1940s
  101  
Students dressed as Native Americans (2 photos)
  101  
Students cleaning house
  101  
Students setting table
  101  
Students in class, learning about dress
  101  
Students cooking
  101  
Male Home Economics students
 
Identified People [subseries]:
  77  
A man holding up a cut of cloth for a group of interested women "Gibby Cornelius" is 3rd from left
  77  
Four pictures of Gibby Cornelius and her students creating teaching tools and decorations
  77  
Father Zimmer is a guest speaker from the Rochester Diocese. He is talking with a group of varied and interested people
  77  
A kitchen scene: Jean Snyder (a teacher) is measuring a plate with a yardstick. A family is looking on
  77  
Jean Snyder '45 is chopping vegetables in a kitchen
  77  
Phyllis Stout '44 a student teacher at Ithaca High School (4th from L)
  77  
Miss Carbery and Betty Emmons help Mrs. Smith make a final check on the height of the working surfaces in the kitchen, before the plumber installs the new sink. Little Karen is fascinated by the procedure
  77  
Miss Carbery helps set up the cafeteria counter while Miss Fortune and Mrs. Osborne, the cook manager, discuss a necessary change in the menu for the next day
  77  
A slip-cover lesson for some women: Mrs. Hubert Walker, Mrs. Irene Rhodes, Mrs. N. Caletta, Mrs. Lewis Palley, Mrs. Fred Fernquist, Mrs. Charlotte Runey, Mrs. Wayne - Singer Sewing Machine Co.
  77  
A kitchen arrangement lesson: On the left is Ruth Franklin - '45
  77  
Some women studying together: Louise Ferrera (4 from Left) and Louise Tanney - 1957
  77  
Miss Fortune and a student are discovering "beauty hints"
  101  
Eleanor Roosevelt-Farm and Home Week 1935 , 4 photos
  101  
Eleanor Roosevelt and Flora Rose 1938
  101  
College Faculty (16 photos) 1959
  101  
Students: Carolyn H. Crawford, Janet Aldrich, Betty Ann Ryan, Jean Hawke, Fall 1947
  101  
Home Economics Classes (3 photos)
 
Student Teaching-Trumansburg [subseries]:
  77  
Two boys understand the difference and value of fabric choices. A student teacher helps them, 1950
  77  
A group of boys learn about insurance from a male speaker
  77  
A group of boys learn the value of well-made furniture from Karl Baldwin, owner of Baldwin furniture store in Trumansburg (2 photos)
  77  
Two boys lift a table in order to set up for their class
  77  
One young man hammers in a new section for the kitchen closet
  77  
A young man carefully follows instructions on folding a shirt
  77  
Two boys make cupcakes
  77  
A group of boys learn about an adding machine with their teacher
  77  
A young man and his teacher laugh as he puts away a bowl in the kitchen
  77  
Russell, Francis and Linda Doig sit and enjoy some quiet family time in
  77  
The Doig living room
  77  
Harriet Marranca interviews Francis Doig while Linda Doig looks on,
  77  
Two boys, Townseed and Cramer, learn how to choose ties and socks. - 60's
  77  
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)
  77  
Four young men learn to bake a cake: Bob Harding, Doug Freelove, Jack Ellis, Charles Austic
  77  
Charles Austic, Doug Freelove, and Bob Harding learn to put on a tie
  77  
Ed Lokken, Bob Harding, Charles Austic (standing), and Doug Freelove,
  77  
Jack Ellis, Richard Wright (kneeling) are planting a small tree
  77  
Richard Wright is taking Wayne Reynold's pulse
  77  
A class is making a schedule for nursery school children
  77  
A group of young men are measuring a window
  77  
Jack Ellis brings a meal to an older woman in bed
  77  
Reverend Milton Jefferson talks to a group of young men
  77  
Five young men learn how to bake bread in a Trumansburg classroom
  77  
Don Sincebaugh and Tom Holman eating with 2 other men, 1946
  77  
Three young men learning to resew a button
  77  
A man putting together an electrical circuit while a woman looks on
  77  
A young man learning how to iron
  77  
A young man learning how to set a table
  77  
Three men learning their way around a freezer
  77  
Two men shaking hands
  77  
A family setting where the father is carving the roast
  77  
Francis Doig (Center), and Linda Doig, daughter being interviewed
  77  
A number of young women at a tea
  77  
Student teachers, Rose Fortune, and Eileen Carbery, arrive at Trumansburg Central School - 1946
  77  
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
  77  
Homemaking room in Trumansburg High School (now middle school)
  77  
Russell Doig, principal, standing in doorway
 
Student Teaching-Teachers [subseries]:
  77  
Three girls learning how to clean a living room and its furniture.(two photos)
  77  
A woman explaining the correct solution of water in which to bathe a baby
  77  
Women and girls learning how to correctly make a bed
  77  
A lesson on how to correctly organize a refrigerator, 1956
  77  
Students learning the proper way to hand wash a sweater, 1956
  77  
Women understanding how an iron works, 1956
  77  
Students learning about design
  77  
Two women creating designs
  77  
A demonstration of the stuffing of a sofa
  77  
A group sing at the Reconstruction Home, (Rosalie McDermott, and three girls), December 12, 1949
  77  
Three girls being taught "How America's Families Use Life Insurance"
  77  
A group of women learning how to set a table
  77  
Six students creating figures out of a toy. One teacher is taking notes
  77  
Five female high school students watch a student teacher roll out dough with rolling pin. The student teacher is a senior who majored in homemaking at college
  77  
A teacher showing children how to carve pumpkins
  77  
Three student teacher demonstrating how to make a sandwich
  77  
Various pictures of Ann Weiner, student teacher at Ithaca High School (25 photos), 1963
  77  
Student teacher giving instructions in classes on sewing (two photos), 1961
  77  
Student teacher giving instructions on sewing and table service, 1960
  77  
The student teachers and Miss Margaret Elliott '31, the cooperating teacher, evaluate the day's work, and make plans for tomorrow
  77  
Miss Fortune assists Miss Elliott as fourth graders learn to polish their own shoes. 1946
  77  
Janet Sanderson practices teaching in the home ec. kitchens of the high school (three photos and negatives)
  77  
Peg Thomson Zimmerman and two students in a classroom
  77  
Peg Zimmerman teaches some girls how to do certain hairstyles
  77  
Peg explains the difference between hard and soft water (two photos)
  77  
Peg teaches a class about characteristics a boy prefers in a girl he dates
  77  
A family sits by the furnace and looks through a magazine
  101  
Students learn ways to make the home more attractive
  101  
Putting finishing touches on knotty pine paneling
  101  
Seventh grades study small children through play
  101  
Mother is pleased as Frieda takes responsibility of two small brothers
  101  
Students study home care of the sick
  101  
Grace applies what she has learned caring for her grandmother
  101  
Removing grease stains
  101  
Student cares for his own suit
  101  
Ann Weiner instructs classes (14 photos)
  101  
Ann Weiner instructs classes (12 photos)
  101  
Microteaching
 
United Nations Flag [subseries]:
  77  
The White House, Charlotte Ingram, Mary Ann Long (4-H club girls) help Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt present the first home-made UN flag to President Truman, September 1950
 
Faculty Meeting and Tea [subseries]:
  77  
A group of people working on a literacy project. Robert Laubach, Bernice, 0. Butts, Marian McNaff, Charlotte Baumgartner, Jessie Middlemast, Ruth Klippstein, Hazel Reed, Bettie Lee Eldred, Sara Blackwell, 1967-70
  77  
William Laubach (Head of Laubach Literacy), and Patricia Coolican (Extension Home Economist) having a discussion
  77  
Marian McNaff (now Kiva), Marjorie Burns (now Wash on), and Mary Green (Extension Home Economist, Erie County) are discussing a serious topic, 1965-70
  77  
Three girls and one instructor learn how to properly set a table
  77  
Four young women sew a dress from a pattern
  77  
A faculty meeting held in the MVR auditorium; Present are: Dean Helen Canoyer, Jean Failing, Lucinda Noble, Nancy Conklyn (Saltford), Evelyn Stout, Hazel Reed, Ethel Samson, Rhoda Meked, Bettie Lee Eldred (Yerka), Urie Bronfenbrenner, Ruth Comstock, Ruby Lapu, and others
  77  
The same faculty meeting as above. More people are identified
  77  
A tea that is held before a faculty meeting, located as you enter the doors at the Left Front Entrance of MVR Hall. Present are: Karla Longree, Charlotte Young, Dorothy Proud (Institutional Management), Bernice Belshaw (Asst. State Extension Leader), Evelyn Stout, Mary Ford (Child Development and Family Relations), Charlotte Baumgartner (Head, Textiles and Clothing), Vera Caulurn (Extension), Mabel Doremus (Food and Nutrition), Bettie Lee Eldred (Yerka; Extension)
  77  
Three people talking at the Tea (Kathryn Walker, Charlotte Baumbartner, Joseph Carreiro, Mary Ryan)
  77  
Three people talking (Mary Purchase - Household Economics and Management, Catherine Personius - Head, Food & Nutrition, and one man)
  77  
Three people talking at the tea (Ethel Samson - Extension Administration, William Miller - Ext. Specialist, and one other man)
  90  
CDs of scanned photos from box 39-note: the CD labeled "V" contains images that no longer work on the CDs labeled B, D and E
 
Motion Pictures [subseries]:
  96  
"Take it Easy" - Produced by Wayne State University - about a housewife who has heart trouble. ca. 1940 s
  96  
"A Woman's Work" - 18 min. long - produced by Auburn University - Shows nutrition and family education in the homes of the rural poor. ca. 1960s
 
"The Home Economics Story" - broadcasting quality tape
Location: K-249-G-4-B

 
Videos [subseries]:
  108  
"A College of Home Economics" (2 video copies) (V-493)
Use DVD-688

 
"A College of Home Economics" copy of V-493 (DVD-688)
  108  
"A College of Home Economics" - 1948 and "Helping Negros to Become Better Farmers and Homemakers" (V-494)
  108  
"The Home Economics Story" (2 video copies) (V-495)
  108  
"The Happier Way" and "Teen Togs" and "Why Study Home Economics?" (V-496)
  108  
"Why Study Home Economics?" (2 video copies) (V-497)
  103  
Box contains masters of videos found in box 108
 
Prelinger Archive films [subseries]:
These films were downloaded from the Prelinger Archive, http://archive.org/details/prelinger. The films were either produced by or feature scenes from Cornell.

 
"For Health and Happiness" - Helen Monsch - narrator (DVD-859)
 
"Body Care and Grooming" (DVD-859)
 
"Marriage Is a Partnership" - Lemo Rockwood - educational collaborator (DVD-859)
 
"School Rules: How They Help Us" - Marvin Glock - educational collaborator - Prof in Educational Psychology (DVD-859)
 
"Communists on Campus" - Students for a Democratic Society (DVD-859)
 
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