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Series XI: Photographs [series]:
 
Photographs from box 39 are available on-line [subseries]:
 
Oversize Photographs [subseries]:
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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, _____, _____, _____, _____
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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
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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]:
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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
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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]:
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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
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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
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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
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4x5 No. 4849
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4x5 No. 4850
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4x5 No. 4851
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4x5 No. 4852
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4x5 No. 4853
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4x5 No. 4854
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4x5 No. 4855
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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)
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Glossy copies of Item 64 (65-66)
  55  
Two copies of portrait of Martha Van Rensselaer taken in May 1927 (67-68)
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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)
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Martha Van Rensselaer, 1923-24 (92)
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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)
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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)
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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
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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)