Guide to the New York State College of Home Economics Records,
1875-1979

Collection Number: 23-2-749

Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
Cornell University Library

Contact Information:
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
2B Carl A. Kroch Library
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853
(607) 255-3530
Fax: (607) 255-9524
rareref@cornell.edu
http://rmc.library.cornell.edu
Compiled by:
NYS College of Home Economics
Date completed:
2001
EAD encoding:
Peter Martinez, March 2002
Evan Fay Earle, June 2009
Last modified:
RMC Staff, December 2016

© 2001 Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library


DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY

Title:
New York State College of Home Economics records, 1875-1979
Collection Number:
23-2-749
Creator:
New York State College of Home Economics
Quantity:
ca. 79.7 cubic ft.
Forms of Material:
Correspondence, photographs, course materials, records, pamphlets, booklets, compact disks, videos, audio tapes, and ephemera.
Repository:
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
Abstract:
Collection includes administrative records; records of the College's involvement with government, educational, and private organizations at the national, state, and local levels; College activities within divisions of the University; the College's involvement in World War I, World War II, ; student activities of undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni; teaching and research studies and reports; and extension work. Also included is a large amount of material related to the history of the College of Home Economics, Martha Van Rensselaer, Flora Rose, and their correspondence previous to 1921.
Language:
Collection material in English


ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY

Home Economics began as part of the Extension Service in 1900 with the arrival of Martha Van Rensselaer and the establishment of the Farmers' Wives Reading Course. In 1903-1904 Martha Van Rensselaer and Anna Botsford Comstock taught three courses within the College of Agriculture at Cornell University, relating to home and family life. In 1907 the Department of Home Economics was established at Cornell, with Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose as its first instructors. In 1911 the two women became the first full-time female faculty members at Cornell. The Department of Home Economics became a school in 1919 and in 1925, the first state chartered College of Home Economics in the country. In 1969 it was renamed the New York State College of Human Ecology.

CHRONOLOGY: COLLEGE OF HOME ECONOMICS

1900 Martha Van Rensselaer arrived at Cornell to organize a reading course for farmers' wives
1901 First bulletin of the Cornell Reading Course for Farmer's Wives, Saving Steps, published and distributed
1903 Three courses relating to home and family life offered for credit at Cornell University
1905 First winter course taught in home economics. The program was non-credit, open to any woman in the state, and it continued until 1921
1907 First curriculum for the four-year course in home economics completed
Flora Rose joined the staff of home economics
Department of Home Economics established
1909 Martha Van Rensselaer received her A.B. from Cornell University
1911 First three students graduated from the Department of Home Economics
Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose granted the first full professorships for women at Cornell
1912 Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose voted members of the Cornell faculty and named co-directors of the Department of Home Economics in the College of Agriculture
1913 Department of Home Economics moved into its own building, called Comstock Hall, today the Computing & Communications Center
1914 Smith-Lever Act passed by United States Congress
1919 Department of Home Economics became the School of Home Economics within the New York State College of Agriculture
1922 Department of Hotel Administration established in the School of Home Economics
First M.S. in Home Economics awarded to Amy L. Hunter
1923 Martha Van Rensselaer named one of the twelve greatest women in the country by the League of Women Voters
1925 New York State College of Home Economics established at Cornell
Purnell Act made federal research funding available through 1930
1930 First Ph.D. in Home Economics at Cornell University awarded to Helen Canon
1932 Martha Van Rensselaer died
1933 College of Home Economics moved into Martha Van Rensselaer Hall
1936 Flemmie Kittrell awarded a Ph.D. in Home Economics, the first African American in the United States to earn such a degree
1940 Flora Rose retired and Mary Henry appointed acting director of the College
1941 Sarah Blanding appointed director of the College
1942 Sarah Blanding became the first female dean at Cornell
1944 Van Rensselaer and Rose Lectures established to bring distinguished women, such as Margaret Mead, to campus
1946 Sarah Blanding resigned to become first female president of Vassar College
Elizabeth Vincent appointed dean of the College
Home Economics Education became a department in the College
1947 First television broadcast planned and produced by the College of Home Economics
Catherine Personius, Head of the Department of Food and Nutrition, appointed coordinator of research and assistant director of Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station
1949 College of Home Economics became one of thirty-two constituent units of the State University of New York (SUNY)
1952 Mann Library opened, combining the libraries of the College of Agriculture and the College of Home Economics
1953 Elizabeth Vincent retired
Helen Canoyer became dean of the College
1954 The School of Hotel Administration separated from the College of Home Economics and became its own college, with H. B. Meek as dean
1955 Home Bureau Federation established
1958 Fifty-seven home economists from twenty countries gathered for the first time at the Institute and Workshop on International Education in Home Economics
1959 Flora Rose died
1960 Catherine Personius elected as the first female faculty trustee
1962 Television and Film Center completed
1963 Ghana Project established to assist women's education in Africa
1964 Home Economics International Activities Office established
1966 Head Start Program initiated
President's Committee to Study the College of Home Economics convened with Sara Blackwell as chair
1967 Final report of the President's Committee to Study the College of Home Economics submitted
1968 North Wing of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall dedicated
Dean Helen Canoyer retired
1969 David Knapp appointed dean
New York State College of Home Economics reorganized and renamed the New York State College of Human Ecology

CHRONOLOGY: MARTHA VAN RENSSELAER

June 21, 1864 Born in Randolph, New York
1884 Graduated from Chamberlain Institute, Randolph, New York
For 10 years taught in public schools of western New York
1894 Elected school commissioner of Cattaraugus County, New York and served for 6 years.
1896-1903 Lecturer in teacher's institutes and Secretary of the State Summer School at Chautauqua.
1900 Called to Cornell and started educational extension courses.
1907 Instructor in Home Economics at Cornell.
1909 A.B. degree from Cornell.
1911 Professor at Cornell.
1914-1916 President of the American Home Economics Association.
1917 During World War I made head of the food conservation work in New York State and was appointed to the office of director of the food conservation division of the U.S. Food Administration by Herbert Hoover.
1920 Appointed joint head of Home Economics at Cornell with Flora Rose.
1923 Sent to Belgium to study the educational needs of women for the Commission for Relief in Belgium.
1929 Appointed director of the White House Conference for Child Health and Protection by Herbert Hoover.
1930 Received honorary D.Ped. from the New Yokr City College of Teachers.
1932 Martha Van Rensselaer Hall built; Martha Van Rensselaer died in New York City May 26, 1932.

CHRONOLOGY: FLORA ROSE

October 13, 1874 Born in Denver, Colorado.
1932-1940 Instructor at Kansas State Agricultural College.
1904 B.S. from Kansas State Agricultural College.
1907-1911 Lecturer at Cornell in Home Economics.
1909 M.S. from Columbia University.
1911-1940 Professor and head of the Department of Home Economics at Cornell.
1917-1919 Director of food conservation program in New York
1923 Belgian study of nutrition of school children for the Educational Foundation of the Commission on Relief for Belgium.
1924 Member of Weight Control Conference called by New York Academy of Medicine and the American Medical Association.
1931 Ph.D. from Albany State Teachers College.
1932-1940 Director of the College of Home Economics.
1940 Retired from Cornell as Emeritus Director.
July 25, 1959 Died in LaJolla, California.

COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

The collection includes administrative records that document the College's involvement with government, educational, and private organizations at the national, state, and local levels; the College's involvement in World War I, World War II, defense, and relief committees; student and alumni activities; teaching and research studies and reports; extension and outreach work; College committees and activities including the Farmers' Insitute, Farm and Home Week, Honors Day and Home Economics Institutes. The collection contains correspondence from Martha Van Rensselaer, Flora Rose, Liberty Hyde Bailey, Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, Carrie Chapman Catt, Susan B. Anthony and from alumni, until the 1960s. There are also blueprints, sketches, samples and photographs of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall and its construction; a large series of photographs, negatives, and slides depicting all aspects of the College, including Deans Sarah Blanding, Elizabeth Vincent, Helen Canoyer, and David Knapp. Also, letterbooks and genealogy of Martha Van Rensselaer; including photographs, slides, negatives, an audiocassette recording of Kathleen Babbitt on Martha Van Rensselaer, CD's containing the scanned photographs from box 39, videos of early historic films concerning home economics, a box of dinner plates belonging to Flora Rose,and the original Home Bureau Creed.
Also, the film, "History of the College of Home Economics," (16 mm. sound, black and white, 5 min.), ca. 1968; a Hugh Troy photograph of a Home Economics pageant on Cascadilla Field, 25 July 1924. Includes bound Faculty Meeting minutes (1925-1969), Department Head Meeting minutes (1944-1969) and a tea set used by the college.

SUBJECTS

Names:
New York State College of Home Economics.
Rose, Flora, 1874-
Van Rensselaer, Martha, 1864-1932.
Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945.
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962.
Blanding, Sarah Gibson, 1890-
Catt, Carrie Chapman, 1859-1947.
Canon, Helen, 1888-
Knapp, David C.
Vincent, Elizabeth Lee, 1897-
Bailey, L.H.(Liberty Hyde), 1858-1954.
Anthony, Susan B.(Susan Brownell), 1820-1906.
Cornell UniversityxStudents.
New York State College of Agriculture.
New York State College of Home Economics--Alumni and alumnae.
New York State College of Home Economics--History.
New York State College of Home Economics--Students.
State University of New York.
New York State Emergency Food Commission.
Cornell University-Alumni and alumnae.
Farmers' Institute (Cornell University)
Farmers' Week (Cornell University)
Babbitt, Kathleen.
Troy, Hugh.
New York State College of Human Ecology.

Subjects:
Home economics.
Home economics--Equipment and supplies.
Home economics--International cooperation.
Home economics--Study and teaching.
Home economics extension work.
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall (Cornell University)
Women--Suffrage--United States--History--Sources.
Women reformers.
Women scientists.
Reconstruction (1914-1939)
War relief.
Women--Education.
World War, 1914-1918--Belgium.
World War, 1939-1945--Civilian relief.
Genealogy--New York (State).
Women college teachers.

Form and Genre Terms:
Architectural drawings.
Blueprints.
Negatives.
Videotapes.
Scrapbooks.
Sketches.
Slides (photographs).
Photographs.
Audiocassettes.
Motion pictures (visual works)


INFORMATION FOR USERS

Access Restrictions:
Boxes 60-63, 70-72, 75-76, and 83-84 are restricted to the permission of the office of origin.
Cite As:
New York State College of Home Economics records, #23-2-749. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library.
See also New York State College of Human Ecology records, #23-2-2817.
See also Cornell University Cooperative Extension records, #21-24-1975.
See also 4-H Club records, #21-24-692.
See also New York State College of Human Ecology annual reports, #23-2-2523.
Boxes 70, 71, 72, and 75 have been removed and transferred to collection #23-11-4061, New York State College of Human Ecology Alumni Affairs and Development Office records

RELATED MATERIAL

Additional material and digital versions can be found online here: http://ecommons.library.cornell.edu/handle/1813/22044

SERIES LIST

Series I. Administration and Personnel records, 1906-1977,
Boxes 1-10, 60-63, 78-82, 85-86
Administrative records are filed by council, committee, or department; personnel records are filed alphabetically within the category of their employment including academic staff, department staff, and graduate students.
Series II. Cooperation of the College with Governmental, Educational, and Private Organizations, 1916-1959.
Boxes 10-15
Records are filed by groups designated as either government related, educational institutions, or private organizations. Files are also broken down into national, state, or local designations.
Series III. All College Activities, 1909-1979
Boxes 15-17, 73, 76
Filed by topics including Cooperation with College of Agriculture; Divisions of the University; SUNY; and Farmers Institute and Farmers Week, and Home Economics/Human Ecology Alumni Institutes (1952-1979.)
Series IV. World War I, World War II, and Wartime, Defense, and Relief Work, 1917-1947.
Boxes 17-19
Includes material about the U.S. Food Administration, Thrift Program, food conservation effort, National Defense Program, New York State Emergency Food Commission, New York State War Council, and Flora Rose's work with Belgian War Relief.
Series V. Student Activities, ca.1918-1969.
Boxes 19-21, 51, 65, 74, 83
Includes material about undergraduate and graduate programs, homemaking apartments, summer sessions, winter courses, nursing, fellowships, scholarships, international students, student organizations, the graduate staff organization, and alumni studies and surveys.
Series VI. Teaching and Research Series, 1911-1967.
Boxes 21-23, 84, 87, 89
Includes studies and reports including state projects on child development and family relationships, home economics education, textiles and clothing, housing and design, institutional management, hotel administration, and miscellaneous projects and reports. Also includes a history of research and the college research committee.
Series VII. Extension Series, 1901-1948.
Boxes 24-25
Includes general information with an early history of extension, material about extension publications, and Farmers' Wives Reading Course and Clubs material and booklets, 1901-1940.
Series VIII. Correspondence
Boxes 25-26, 70-72, 75, 102
Between Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with Cornell staff including A. R. Mann, Liberty Hyde Bailey, W. A. Stocking, Cornelius Betten, Jacob G. Schurman; Extension staff including R. H. Wheeler and M. C. Burritt; with agriculture professors; with politicians including the Hoovers and Roosevelts; and invitations and calling cards.
Series IX. Furnishings, 1927-1954.
Boxes 27-32, 100
Includes blueprints, sketches, photographs, samples, specifications, orders, estimates, plans, inventories, and printed material about the building of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall and all of the College of Home Economics office spaces, departments,classroom facilities, practice apartments, and laboratories.
Series X. College History, 1875-1965.
Boxes 33-38, 52-54, 56-57
This series was artificially created and includes material taken from other series, it depicts a history of the college from several research points including the history of Martha Van Rensselaer's life, Flora Rose's life, a small amount of material about the deanship of Sarah G. Blanding; annua1 reports of the college; Belgian War Relief material collected by Flora Rosa; material about the College Bill which was a state bill to start the College of Home Economics; and includes correspondence, telegrams, clip pings, photographs, printed material, biographical sketches, reminiscences, minutes of meetings and committees, conference material, and interviews.
Series XI. Photographs, Negatives, Slides, Videos, Motion Pictures, ca.1900-1968.
Boxes 39-43, 49, 55, 64, 68, 77, 90,96, 100, 101, 106
With early photos and a tintype of Martha Van Rensselaer's family. Photographs are identified and described, most are dated. They are arranged by topics including resident teaching, public relations efforts, all-college activities, administration and personnel, departments and divisions, buildings and equipment, and history of the College.
Series XII. Printed Material, 1895-1970.
Boxes 44-47, 66, 67, 88, 98-99, 102, 103, 104. 110
With reports, programs, announcements, schedules, calendars, pamphlets, booklets, and volumes concerning the College of Home Economics including programs of the Homemakers' Conference; programs of the Annual Convention of the Association of Land-Grant Colleges; Home Economics News; Belgian publications (in French); and Farmers Wives Reading Course Booklets, 1901 - 1940.
Series XIII. Scrapbooks and Miscellany, 1902-1962.
Boxes 40, 48-50, 58-59, 64, 91-95, 97, 105
Includes scrapbooks about the Farmers' Wives Reading Course, 1902-1912; Farm and Home Week Special, 1946; "Let's Make a Dress"; a letterbook with copies of Martha Van Rensselaer's letters,1902-1905; Dean Canoyer's desk calendars; and diplomas, a broadside, and an etching done by Anna Botsford Comstock.

CONTAINER LIST

Date
Description
Container
Organizational structure of the College - change in organization from School to College
Box 1 Folder 1
Changes made in instructional & organizational policy
Box 1 Folder 2
Organizational charts of the College
Box 1 Folder 3
1932-1940
Policies, rules, and regulations
Box 1 Folder 4
1940-1946
Policies, rules, and regulations
Box 1 Folder 5
Salary policies in the New York State Colleges, Schools and Experiment Stations administered by Cornell
Box 1 Folder 6
College Council
Box 1 Folder 7
1920
College Council
Box 1 Folder 8
1922-1923
College Council
Box 1 Folder 9
1929-1931
College Council
Box 1 Folder 10
1938-1939
College Council
Box 1 Folder 11
1940-1941
College Council
Box 1 Folder 12
1941-1942
College Council
Box 1 Folder 13
1942-1943
College Council
Box 1 Folder 14
1943-1944
College Council
Box 1 Folder 15
1944-1945
College Council
Box 1 Folder 16
1945-1946
College Council
Box 1 Folder 17
1945-1953
College Council Membership
Box 1 Folder 18
1946-1947
College Council
Box 1 Folder 19
1947-1948
College Council
Box 1 Folder 20
1948-1949
College Council
Box 1 Folder 21
1949-1950
College Council
Box 1 Folder 22
1950-1951
College Council
Box 1 Folder 23
1951-1952
College Council
Box 1 Folder 24
1952-1953
College Council
Box 1 Folder 25
1951
Committee on Higher Education for Women
Box 1 Folder 26
1946
Plan Committee
Box 1 Folder 27
1946
Committee on Admissions
Box 1 Folder 28
1947-1952
Committee to Evaluate & integrate the Homemaking Core
Box 1 Folder 29
1946
Extension Educational Policy Committee
Box 1 Folder 30
1946
Committee on Program for Extension Staff Members
Box 1 Folder 31
1939-1940
Committee on 5-year Teaching Program
Box 1 Folder 32
Graduate Staff Committee
Box 1 Folder 33
Educational Policies Committee
Box 1 Folder 34
1922-1940
Resident Educational Policy Committee
Box 1 Folder 35-36
1947-1949
Resident Educational Policy Committee
Box 1 Folder 37-38
1949-1950
Resident Educational Policy Committee
Box 1 Folder 39-40
1952-01-1953-07
Resident Educational Policy Committee
Box 1 Folder 41-43
1953-09-1954
Resident Educational Policy Committee
Box 1 Folder 44-45
1946-1959
Resident Educational Policies Committee
Box 86 Folder 2
1959-1969
Resident Educational Policies Committee
Box 86 Folder 3
1924-1932
Honor Committees
Box 1 Folder 46
1945-1946
Library Committee
Box 1 Folder 47
1946-1954
Nominating Committee
Box 1 Folder 48
1946
Publication Committee
Box 1 Folder 49
1945-1946
Committee on Scholarship
Box 1 Folder 50
1946
Committee for selection of students to attend Merrill Palmer School
Box 1 Folder 51
1937-1940
Committee on selection of students for preparation for secondary school teaching
Box 1 Folder 52
1945-1946
Committee on selection of students for teacher training (proposed)
Box 1 Folder 53
1946
Committee on selection of students for professional training in Food & Nutrition and Institutional Management
Box 1 Folder 54
1945-1946
Social Committee College of Home Economics
Box 1 Folder 55-56
1946
Committee on student petitions and academic standing
Box 1 Folder 57
1946
Working Rules Committee material
Box 1 Folder 58
1946
Committee on Working Rules-Minutes
Box 1 Folder 59
1947-1948
Working Rules Committee
Box 1 Folder 60
1945-1960
Special Committee on Working Rules for the Faculty
Box 1 Folder 61-63
1946
Appendix A
Box 1 Folder 64
1946
Appendix B
Box 1 Folder 65
1946
Appendix C
Box 1 Folder 66
Departments, Divisions
1920-1925
Organization of Departments in the College
Box 2 Folder 1
1925-1930
Child Development & Family Relationships: History
Box 2 Folder 2
1925-1926
Child Development & Family Relationships Department
Box 2 Folder 3-4
1927-1929
Child Development & Family Relationships Department
Box 2 Folder 5-9
1930-1937
Child Development & Family Relationships Department
Box 2 Folder 10-13
1940-1951
Child Development & Family Relationships Department
Box 2 Folder 14
1928-1931
Child Development & Family Relationships Department: Parental Education
Box 2 Folder 15-17
1925-1930
Child Development and Family Relationships Course: Nursery School
Box 2 Folder 18-20
1923-1924
Child Development and Family Relationships Course - Nursery School
Box 2 Folder 21-22
1924-1925
Laura Spellman Rockefeller Memorial for Child Training
Box 2 Folder 23
1928-1929
Laura Spellman Rockefeller Memorial for Child Training
Box 2 Folder 24
Nursery School Teacher Preparation Curriculum Second Report Committee-of-Six (Draft I) - tentative
Box 2 Folder 25-26
1945-1946
Committee - Nursery School Teacher Curriculum
Box 2 Folder 27
Student Guidance
Box 2 Folder 28
1937-1938
Family Life
Box 2 Folder 29-30
1941-1947
Extension Teaching and information
Box 2 Folder 31
1916-1928
Extension Teaching and Information
Box 2 Folder 32-33
1927-1945
Food and Nutrition Department
Box 2 Folder 34-35
1925-1939
Economics of the Household & Household Management Department
Box 2 Folder 36-37
Economics of the Household with photographs of the Home Improvement Living Room
Box 2 Folder 38
1908-1929
Household Economics and Management: Early Development and History
Box 2 Folder 39
1929
Dept. Household Economics and Management
Box 2 Folder 40
1920
Institutional Management: History
Box 2 Folder 41
1920-1944
Housing and Design Department (household art)
Box 2 Folder 42-44
1919-1945
Institution Management Department
Box 2 Folder 45-46
1922
Textiles and Clothing: History
Box 2 Folder 47
1927-1943
Textiles and Clothing Department
Box 2 Folder 48
Other Divisions, Former Departments, etc
Home Economics Cafeteria: Correspondence and Advertising Matter on Food & Food Products to 1921
Box 3 Folder 1
Home Economics Cafeteria: equipment, correspondence, to 1921
Box 3 Folder 2
Home Economics Cafeteria: general operation, correspondence, to 1921
Box 3 Folder 3
Home Economics Cafeteria: staff, to 1921
Box 3 Folder 4
1918-1919
SATC Mess Hall in Home Economics Cafeteria
Box 3 Folder 5-6
1948
Library and books: correspondence and advertising matter,includes correspondence from Institution of Nutrition, Manila, Philippines
Box 3 Folder 7-8
1919-1920
Department's laundry service
Box 3 Folder 9
M.V.R. Hall Library and Library Handbook
Box 3 Folder 10
1920-1929
School of Hotel Administration History
Box 3 Folder 11
1921-1923
Hotel School
Box 3 Folder 12-15
1919-1926
Hotel Administration
Box 3 Folder 16-21
(became Department in the College in 1922) (fld. 16 has photographs of Hotel Management Classes)
1944-1951
Hotel Summary
Box 3 Folder 22
1927-1937
Hotel Administration
Box 3 Folder 23-28
1938-1948
Hotel Administration
Box 3 Folder 29
1949-1952
Hotel Administration
Box 3 Folder 30-32
Personnel
1907-1953
Directors and Deans of the College of Home Economics
Box 3 Folder 33
1925-1928
Changes in Personnel
Box 3 Folder 34
1931-1932
Head of College
Box 3 Folder 35-37
1906
Application for Headship of Home Economics
Box 3 Folder 38
1946
Applicants for Deanship
Box 3 Folder 39
1944-1947
Applicants for Assistant Deanship
Box 3 Folder 40
1940
Appointment of Director of College
Box 3 Folder 41
1958
Head of Department of Home Economics Education
Box 3 Folder 42
Vincent, Dr. E. Lee (photographs)
Box 3 Folder 43
Vincent, Dr. E. Lee
Box 3 Folder 44-46
1942-1944
Head of Department of Child Development and Family Relationships
Box 3 Folder 47-48
Index cards - for very early staff members who do not have folders
Box 3 Folder 49
Correspondence: professional staff and prospective staff to 1921
Box 3 Folder 50-57
Duties questionnaires sent to professional personnel
Box 4 Folder 1-5
Alphabetical file of professional personnel
Graduate assistants - A
Box 4 Folder 6
Acheson, Marjorie
Box 4 Folder 7
Adams, Gladys - photograph
Box 4 Folder 8
Aiken, Ann - biography - resigned 1951-08-16 Died 1952-09-15
Box 4 Folder 9
Aitken, Linnie Beulah
Box 4 Folder 10
Albers, Dorothy Juanita - biography, photograph
Box 4 Folder 11
Aldrich, Mrs. Eleanora L
Box 4 Folder 12
Allen, Lillian May
Box 4 Folder 13
Allen, Laura C
Box 4 Folder 14
Altman, Dr. Margaret - includes photograph
Box 4 Folder 15
Armstrong, Marjorie includes photograph
Box 4 Folder 16
Armstrong, Blanche photographs
Box 4 Folder 17
Atzenhoffer, Phyllis Jane
Box 4 Folder 18
Aust, Lucille Bernice
Box 4 Folder 19
Ayers, Helen Lou
Box 4 Folder 20
Graduate Students - B
Box 4 Folder 21-22
Baay, Gwendolyn
Box 4 Folder 23
Baird, Thomas J
Box 4 Folder 24
Margaret E. Maxwell - includes photographs
Box 4 Folder 25
Ball, Josephine; Barber, Lorna; Barnard, Louise E.; Barnum, Anna H.; Barrett, James H. Barry, Edyth E. - includes photographs
Box 4 Folder 26
Barts, Adelaide A. - includes photograph; Bateman, Mrs. Jessie Walker; Bates, Eleanor; Bates, Margaret; Bates, Mrs. Miriam B
Box 4 Folder 27-28
Bauder, Mrs. Dorothy; Beardsley, Mrs. Marilyn; Beck, Jeanette - includes photograph; Behnke, Catherine
Box 4 Folder 29
Bell, 0. Jean; Bell, Mrs. R. Rietta; Bell, Mary Louise; Bernor, Inez A
Box 4 Folder 30
Bertrams, Mathilda C.; Besse, Mary; Betten, Cornelius; Betten, Gertrude; Better, Mrs. Myrtle
Box 4 Folder 31
Beyer, Wilma - includes photographs
Box 4 Folder 32
Billings, Beatrice E.; Binzel, Alma; Binzel, Cora E.; Birdseye, Miriam
Box 4 Folder 33
Bissell, Mrs. Helen; Bizal, Rachel Sanders; Blaker, Gertrude G.; Blanchard Mrs. Ruth H.; Blinn, Alice - includes photograph; Bogart, Hazel; Boggs, Lilian Bishop; Boicort
Box 4 Folder 34
Bond, Barbara, Bower, Gertrude; Boys, Mrs. Jessie Austin -includes photograph
Box 4 Folder 35
Braithwaite, Royden C. - includes photograph
Box 4 Folder 36
Brasie, Muriel - includes photograph
Box 4 Folder 37
Brennan, Margaret Jane
Box 4 Folder 38
Brewer, Lucile - includes photograph; Britt, Martha; Brookins, Frances
Box 4 Folder 39
Brooks, Margaret - includes photograph; Brucher, Frances A. Libbee; Buckman, Mrs. Elizabeth M.; Bull, Dr. Helen - includes photograph
Box 4 Folder 40
Bunnell, Phebe (Mrs.); Burger, Mrs. Florence D.; Burgess, Constance; Burnside, Lenior; Byrd, Evelyn
Box 4 Folder 41
Graduate assistants - C
Box 4 Folder 42
Callan, Sannie - includes photograph; Cameron, Elizabeth - includes photograph; Campbell, Elva Theodora; Campbell, Louise
Box 4 Folder 43
Canon, Helen - includes negative and photographs
Box 4 Folder 44
Caplan, Miss Ruth - includes photograph; Card, Mary Emma; Chadeayne, Olive - includes photocopied transcripts; Cleveland, Cockefair, Mary L
Box 4 Folder 45
Coffin, Marguerite L.; Collins, Bertine - includes photograph, Craig, Agnes Huston
Box 4 Folder 46
Crawford, Mrs. H. B.; Crosby, Marion wood - includes photograph
Box 4 Folder 47
Crouch, Helen; Cunningham, Roberta Lee - includes photograph; Cutler, Doris S.; Cutler, Marjorie P
Box 4 Folder 48
Graduate assistants - D
Box 4 Folder 49
Davis, Faith Evelyn; Dawson, Mrs. Elsie H.; Day, President Edmund E. - includes 2 photographs; Day, Ella J
Box 4 Folder 50
Dennett, Mrs. L. C.; Detweiler, Thelma; Diehl, Helen; Dillon, Mrs. Ira K,; Dimcok, Annette Chase
Box 4 Folder 51
Di Stefhano, Joan; Dube, Rachel (Mrs.); Dundas, Muriel; Dunkle, Donald; Dunn, Hazel S.; Dunn, Mary J.; Dwyer, Mrs. Frances Markey; Dziegiel, Genevieve
Box 4 Folder 52
Graduate assistants - E
Box 4 Folder 53
East, Anna Merritt; Eastman, Mrs. Beulah C.; Eastman, Emma Hall; Eastman, Evelyn
Box 4 Folder 54
Eaton, Lavancia V.; Eddy, Mrs. Martha H. - includes photograph; Edwards, Alice
Box 4 Folder 55
Ellis, Ann McIntyre Aiken; Engebretson, Carol; Entorf, Mark - includes photograph
Box 4 Folder 56
Graduate assistants - F
Box 4 Folder 57
Farr, John F.; Farrand, President Livingston; Faust, Hilda; Fehr, Beatrice; Feloton, Prof. R. A
Box 4 Folder 58
Fish, Mrs. Margaret M.; Fish, Marion; Fisher, Ann Palmer; Fitch, Dean R. L.; Fitchen, Ellen
Box 4 Folder 59
Fitzelle, George; Fleming, Marion; Foley, Agnes M. Carlson
Box 4 Folder 60
Forest, Dr. Ilse; Fowler, Evelyn; Fowler, Marie B. - includes photograph
Box 4 Folder 61
Freeman, Edith; Freeman, Ella (extension agent 1915); French, Irene M.; Fuller, E. C.; Fuller, Mrs. Pauline
Box 4 Folder 62
Graduate assistants - G
Box 5 Folder 1
Gallwey, Mrs. Mary 0.; Gardner, Mildred N.; Garmong, Mary Louise; Gardner, Grace; Garrison, Emma P
Box 5 Folder 2
Georgia, Mrs. F. R.; Gleason, Edna; Gleason, Julia; Gleim, Ella; Glover, Katherine
Box 5 Folder 3
Goetz, Salome B.; Golde, Vilma - includes photograph; Goodspeed, Helen; Graddy, Elizabeth - includes photograph; Grant, Carole
Box 5 Folder 4
Graves, Hazel L. - includes photograph; Graves, Lulu; Grimes, Marcia; Gross, Irma H.; Gross, Iva Mae - biography; Gyrisco, Valerie H. (Mrs.)
Box 5 Folder 5
Graduate assistants - H
Box 5 Folder 6
Hadden, Ann; Hall, William D.; Hamilton, Joan; Hansen, Ripley S.; Hansl, Mrs. Eva; Harley, E. Winifred; Harper, Mrs. Marguerite; Harrington, Ida
Box 5 Folder 7
Harris, Esther Kite; Harris, Katharine - includes photograph; Hart, Georgia - includes photograph
Box 5 Folder 8
Hasker, Reena Roberts; Hatch, Betty - publicity; Hatch, Dorothy
Box 5 Folder 9
Hathaway, Millicent L
Box 5 Folder 10
Haws, Mrs. Gwen - includes photograph; Hazard, Blanche; Heaton, Dr. Lucia E
Box 5 Folder 11
Hedrick, Mrs. Blanche M.; Heinig, Christine; Helburn, Betsy; Helm, Mrs Mary G
Box 5 Folder 12
Henderson, Grace - includes photograph
Box 5 Folder 13-15
Henry, Gertrude; Hester, Ellen E.; Heywood, Eunice; Highberger, Ruth
Box 5 Folder 16
Hill, Eva E. - includes photograph; Hillhouse, Eleanor; Hillhouse, Marion S.; Himmer, Pauline W.; Hine, J. Waldenene; Hoffman, Helen K
Box 5 Folder 17
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
Box 5 Folder 18
Hubbell, Helen; Huckett, Grace Vida Watkins; Hudson, Alice C.; Huff, Sara B.; Hunn, Anna E
Box 5 Folder 19
Hunt, Arthur C.; Hunt, Grace 0.; Hunter, Beatrice; Hupp, Eleanor; Hurd, Mary T.; Hustad, Adelaide Betty
Box 5 Folder 20
Graduate assistants - I
Box 5 Folder 21
Ingersoll, Hazel; Ismert, Marian - includes photograph & biography
Box 5 Folder 22
Graduate assistants - J-K
Box 5 Folder 23
Jackson, Carol,. Jager, Juanita Albers; Jakway, Ruth
Box 5 Folder 24
Janssen, Mrs. Pearl - includes photograph; Jardine, Janet; Jellicourse, Manan F.; Johnson, Alice - includes photograph
Box 5 Folder 25
Johnston, Helen M - biography; Jones, Charles; Jones, Frieda F.; Jones, Jennie
Box 5 Folder 26
Kaiser, Elizabeth M; Kay, Helen B.; Kelley, Frances
Box 5 Folder 27
Kelley, Frances Remington; Kellogg, Ruth - includes photograph
Box 5 Folder 28
Kells, Doris; Kennedy, Barbara B.; Kerns, Mrs. Mary E.; Kief, Raymond J.; Killen, Margaret
Box 5 Folder 29
Kimball, Lucy; Knowles, Elaine; Knowlton, Helen
Box 5 Folder 30
Koch, Adele; Krieger, Grace M.; Kruse, Professor Paul J.; Kuhn, Anne L. - includes photograph; Kuzmich, Nina - includes photograph
Box 5 Folder 31
Graduate assistants - L
Box 5 Folder 32
La Celle, Juriel; Lacey, Elizabeth Van Deranter; Ladd, Dr. Carl E.; La Fortune, Jessie W,; Larcum, Alice E
Box 5 Folder 33
Laubengayer, Mrs. Grace; Lear, Anita Morris - includes photograph; Leighton, Mrs. Dorothea; Leske, Laura includes photograph
Box 5 Folder 34
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
Box 5 Folder 35
Longbers, Ingeborg; Loomis, Mary Louise; Lorenzen, Evelyn J.; Love, Fannie
Box 5 Folder 36
Loving, Adelaide; Lowe, Isabelle D.; Lundberg, Donald E
Box 5 Folder 37
Graduate assistants - M
Box 5 Folder 38
Mann, Albert R. (Provost)
Box 5 Folder 39
Marcus, Peggy - includes photograph; Marine, Edith Lucile; Marsh, Elizabeth; Marshall, Horace; Massorr, Winifred J.- biography; Massett, Elizabeth Jean Vollmer
Box 5 Folder 40
Masterman, Mrs. Nancy Kritzer - includes photograph
Box 5 Folder 41
Matthews, Anne; Mathewson, Gertrude; Maxfield, T. B.; Maynard, Leonard B
Box 5 Folder 42
MacArthur, Edith; McAndrew, Georgia; McArthur, Margaret J,; McBride Kathleen; McCarthy, Mrs. Alice Ross; McCay, Clive M
Box 5 Folder 43
McCay, Jeanette B. - includes photograph
Box 5 Folder 44
McCullough, Helen E.; McDermand, Bess - includes photograph; McIlroy Carolyn B.; McKinnie, Ruth
Box 6 Folder 1
McNeal, Nancy; Meisels, Charlotte, Margaret
Box 6 Folder 2
Merrill, AnnabelL.; Merrill, Charlotte Hopkins; Metcalf, Helen J.; Miller, Cora; Minnum, Mrs. Louise; Mintern, Marion; Mitchell, Edna
Box 6 Folder 3
Morin, Grace; Monroe, Day
Box 6 Folder 4
Monroe, Marguerite; Monsch, Helen - includes photograph
Box 6 Folder 5
Moore, Mary C.; Morehouse, Margaret C. - includes photograph
Box 6 Folder 6
Morey, Nancy L. Booker
Box 6 Folder 7
Morgan, Christine M.; Morgan, Mrs. Rose - extension lecturer; Morris Mrs. Elsie - includes photograph; Morrow, Edith Patterson
Box 6 Folder 8
Morton, Caroline
Box 6 Folder 9
Moses, Winifred - includes biography; Mosher, Carolyn E.; Muskat, Miss; Mutz Mamie Russell Mutz; Myer, Martha Ann
Box 6 Folder 10
Graduate assistants - N
Box 6 Folder 11
Nagel, Grace; Nance, Frances Evelyn; Nason, Edith H.; Nehrling, Irene T. Dahlberg - includes photograph
Box 6 Folder 12
Neidert, Marian A.; Neiley, Amelia A,; Nelson, Howard
Box 6 Folder 13
Nevin, Emma Dodson - includes photograph; Newell, Mrs.; Noble, Margarte B
Box 6 Folder 14
Norton, Helen M. Ward; Nuttall, Arlene
Box 6 Folder 15
Nye, Claribel - includes photograph
Box 6 Folder 16-17
Graduate assistants - O-P
Box 6 Folder 18
O'Brien, Veronica; Ogden, Virginia Phillips; Olesen, Elisabeth; Olsen, Alfred L.; Olsen, Ethel I.; Orr, Margaret N.; Ovoiton, Sue Belle
Box 6 Folder 19
Packer, Mrs. Cornelia H
Box 6 Folder 20
Park, Helen; Pattison, Dr. Jean H.; Peabody, Mrs. Mary; Perez, Ida Osborn - includes photograph
Box 6 Folder 21
Perkins, Dr. Nellie L; Peterson, Dorothy B.; Peterson, Elizabeth Jane; Phelan, Marion R.;
Box 6 Folder 22
Phillips, Mrs. Mary G. - includes photograph; Pilcher, Helen Leona
Box 6 Folder 23
Pinkston, Merle; Poindexter, Joan; Possinger, Gertrude Reid; Powell, Mrs. Jeannette
Box 6 Folder 24
Powell, Opal; Prudent, Mrs. Inez; Pundt, Helen - includes photograph, Purcell, Mary
Box 6 Folder 25
Graduate assistants - Q-R
Box 6 Folder 26
Raffington, Margaret E.; Ranney, Edith S.; Reber, Mrs. Alta Mae; Reed, Janet C.; Reed, Mabel, Reed, Mrs. Marie - includes photographs
Box 6 Folder 27
Remsberg, Ruth Elizabeth - includes photograph; Renshaw, Ada Adams
Box 6 Folder 28
Reynolds, Ellen Ann
Box 6 Folder 29
Rhulman, Jessie - includes photograph
Box 6 Folder 30
Rice, Wanda Churchill; Riemo, Svend
Box 6 Folder 31
Ripley, Helen L.; Robb, B. B.; Roberts, Dorothy
Box 6 Folder 32
Robinson, Mrs. Charlotte - includes photograph
Box 6 Folder 33
Robinson, Myra J.; Robson, Helen K
Box 6 Folder 34
Rockwood, Mrs. Lemo D
Box 6 Folder 35-36
Rogers, Lucille; Roseboom, Emma S.; Roman, Mrs. Nancy McNeal - includes photograph
Box 6 Folder 37
Royce, Louise Il; Ruddock, Mrs. Helen; Runey, Mrs. Charlotte; Russell, Abbie - includes photograph; Ryan, Helen Theresa
Box 6 Folder 38
Graduate assistants - S
Box 6 Folder 39-40.
Sabine, Dean J. H.; Saby, Maude Sanford; Sayles, Risha L.; Scheer, Margaret; Shiffenhaus, Ida; Schlie, Myrtle M
Box 6 Folder 41
Scholes, Bonnie; Scholes, Kathryn Tew; Scidmore, Mrs. Alma; Scott, Clarice Louisba
Box 6 Folder 42
Scott, Dorothy B.; Scott, Raymond - biography
Box 6 Folder 43
Scott, Ruth - includes photograph
Box 7 Folder 1
Shattuck, Ruth Sykes; Sibley, R. P
Box 7 Folder 2
Simmonds, Helen F.; Simpson, Jean Irwin; Searls, Isobel; Selby, Richard J.; Selke, Mrs. Ellen Bek
Box 7 Folder 3
Selke, Janet Aileen; Shafer, Lois Purdey; Sheeler, Harriet
Box 7 Folder 4
Shevrin, Howard; Small, Mrs. Kathleen; Smart, Mrs. Mollie Stevens - includes photograph; Russell Smart photo
Box 7 Folder 5
Smiley, Dr. & Dr. Evans; Smith, Edna B.; Smith, Gladys E.; Smith, Janet; Smith, Laura Lee
Box 7 Folder 6
Smith, Lucile Grant; Smith, Mr. 0. W
Box 7 Folder 7
Smith, Mrs. Ruby G. - includes photograph
Box 7 Folder 8
Smith, Ruth Henderson - includes photograph; Smudskie, Vivian F.; Showman, Barbara Ruth
Box 7 Folder 9
Sommerfeld, Edna; Sonnenday, Dora; Spicer, Mildred
Box 7 Folder 10
Staley, Helen Knott; Stanick, Helen - includes photograph
Box 7 Folder 11
Stannard, Beulah E.; Stanton, Amy Louise; Steckman, Lillian Lois; Steele, Betty
Box 7 Folder 12
Steger, Louise; Steinmetz, Margaret Olive - includes photograph
Box 7 Folder 13
Stephens, Emmajean; Stettler, Charlene - publicity; Stine, Marion L
Box 7 Folder 14
Strahan, Mrs. Julia Gleason; Straight, Ruth Evaline; Stutz, F. H.; Swope, Mrs. Emma
Box 7 Folder 15
Graduate assistants - T
Box 7 Folder 16
Taylor, Mrs. Carrie W. - includes photograph; Taylor, Lucy D.; Tenepin, Raymond H.; Tharp, Hazel
Box 7 Folder 17
Thomas, Gertrude (H.D.A. Case)
Box 7 Folder 18
Thomas, Mrs. Mary L.; Thompson, Nelle E. - includes photograph
Box 7 Folder 19
Thorn, June G.; Titsworth, Bertha E.; Tower, Frances Huntington; Tyrell, Bess
Box 7 Folder 20-21
Graduate Assistants - U-V
Box 7 Folder 22
Udall, Mrs. Dorothy Kutschbach
Box 7 Folder 23
Underwood, Erma E. Hollen; Undine, Eugene
Box 7 Folder 24
Van Blarcom, Grace Morin - includes photograph
Box 7 Folder 25
Van Horn, Rua Ray; Van Ness, Hazel; Van Steenberg, Cecile
Box 7 Folder 26
Vinton, Miss Frances E.; Visnyei, Kathryn O'Malley; Voorhees, Hazel L Spencer - includes photograph
Box 7 Folder 27
Graduate assistants - W-Z
Box 7 Folder 28
Ward, Frances E. Vinton; Ward, William W
Box 7 Folder 29
Warner, Annette J
Box 7 Folder 30-31
Watkins, Ann; Weisbrod, Helen; Weisendanger, Delpha - includes photograph
Box 7 Folder 32
Weiss, Charlotte E
Box 7 Folder 33
Weld, Emma S.; Wellman, Mrs. Mildred Kingsley - includes photograph
Box 7 Folder 34
Wells, Anne; Wells, Marie Evelyn
Box 7 Folder 35
Welsh, Marie S.; Wetzsteon, Mrs. Mary
Box 7 Folder 36
White, Mrs. Ruth B.; Whittemore, (Grace) Margaret; Whitten, Martha Edwards
Box 7 Folder 37
Wigle, Alma; Wilker, Marguerite
Box 7 Folder 38
Wilkerson, Mabel; Williams, Mrs. Anna R.; Williams, Faith M.; Williams, G. Dorothy - includes photograph; Willman, Mrs. Anna R. - biography
Box 7 Folder 39
Wilson, Pauline Park; Winsor, A. L.; Wolcott, Mrs. Muriel White; Wolfe, Kathryn
Box 7 Folder 40
Wood, Therese E
Box 7 Folder 41-42
Woodruff, Olive
Box 7 Folder 43
Wooly, Elizabeth
Box 7 Folder 44
Wright, Florence E. - includes photograph
Box 7 Folder 45-47
Wright, Martha J.; Wright, Mary R.; Wright, Prof. W. J.; Wyard, Charlotte
Box 7 Folder 48
Yarrow, Leon Jay; Young, Elizabeth; Young, Helen B.; Zillmer, Helen J
Box 7 Folder 49
Non-Professional Staff
Miscellaneous Non-Professional Staff (before 1921)
Box 8 Folder 1-8
Abbinck, Barbara Brittain; Adams, Mrs. Harriet T.; Adams, Hilah M.; Aiken, Mrs. M. R
Box 8 Folder 3
Albro, Wayne; Albury, Margaret; Alfreds, S. Mary; Allen, Mrs. Jane M.; Allen, Janet E. MacDougall; Ames, Mrs. Lois; Anders, Marjorie
Box 8 Folder 4
Asai, Tasu; Austin, Mrs. Ruth (Danns, Knapp, Whittier); Baldwin, Marilyn; Barber, Barbara Josephine; Barker, Veronica
Box 8 Folder 5
Barnard, Alice A.; Barnard, Mildred B.; Batt, Marilyn; Batterson, Mrs. Charlotte; Baumann, Mrs. Faye; Beddoe, Barbara; Beebe, Helen
Box 8 Folder 6
Benedict, M. Leone; Benner, Mrs. James W.; Benson, Audrie; Benson, Mrs. Mary Heydweiler; Bentley, Mrs. Audrey; Bernstein, Mrs. Helen Fehrer; Berry, Ruth L
Box 8 Folder 7
Besemer, Marilynne; Best, Mary Frances; Bird, Milton; Black, Mrs. Winifred N.; Blanch, Mrs. Emma Dell; Borgeson, Barbara J.; Bowman, Vernon
Box 8 Folder 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
Box 8 Folder 9
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
Box 8 Folder 10
Clark, Mrs. Beverly; Clark, Margaret; Clough, Naomi Gray; Cockerill, Mrs. Geraldine; Comstock, C. Jean; Cornelius, Edna
Box 8 Folder 11
Corser, N. Eugenia; Courchene, Anna-May; Cox, Ethel Cecilia; Crook, Mrs. Royal D.; Cunningham, Mrs. Margaret C.; Curtis, Elizabeth
Box 8 Folder 12
Dailey, Laura G.; Daino, Teresa; Daland, Jane; Daniels, Mrs. Mary; Dann, Stephen; Darrah, Mrs. Wanda; Davidson, Virginia; Davis, Edna
Box 8 Folder 13
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
Box 8 Folder 14
Dietzen, Dorothy May; Dietzen, Gretchen; Donaldson, Ada Belle; Donnelly, Mathilde O.; Dougherty, Mrs. Ruth; Dowe, Doris; Driscoll, Anna; Driscoll-, Elizabeth; Durbon, Dorothy; Dutcher, Willena
Box 8 Folder 15
Ebersol, Mrs. Marjorie; Edinger, Mrs. P. L.; Elliott, Margaret G.; Ellsworth, Annie Merrill
Box 8 Folder 16
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
Box 8 Folder 17
Gaiser, Mrs. Celia; Gallagher, Eleanor Marie; Gallimore, Madge; Gaynor, Evelyn M.; Gehshan, Mrs. Henrietta Burgott; Geller, Sarah; Getman, Mrs. Marguerite
Box 8 Folder 18
Giles, Isabelle; Glaeser, Marion; Gluck, Rhena; Goldbas, Mrs. Beverly Stern; Goldsmith, Mrs. Lucy; Gooding, Velma; Gragg, Mrs. Dorothy; Graver, Dona
Box 8 Folder 19
Green, Mrs. Mary J.; Greig, Blodwen; Greig, Jean; Gulling, Mrs. Ruth Osborn; Gunn, Julia R
Box 8 Folder 20
Hadley, Charles; Hagin, Bernice; Hagin, Mrs. Evelyn; Hakes, Vivian J.; Halstead, Mrs. Anna - includes photograph; Hammond, M. C.; Harford, Ida T.;
Box 8 Folder 21
Hartley, Clinton; Haskins, Marion; Hayes, Elizabeth; Hayflich, Kate G.; Healy, Lolita; Henderson, James E.; Henderson, Lavern V.; Henighen, Kathryn M
Box 8 Folder 22
Heron, Mary Catherine; Hershey, Mrs. Donald; Hess, Mrs. Florence; Hinkelman, Dorothy; Hipolit, Mrs. Jeannette M.; Holt, Margaret
Box 8 Folder 23
Homma, Mrs. Isao; Hoppe, Mrs. Margaret - includes photograph; Horstman, Honora; Horton, Mrs. Vera; Hosmer, Emily; Howe, Ann; Howe, Ruth M.; Howes, Louise A
Box 8 Folder 24
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
Box 8 Folder 25
Ingersoll, Mary G.; Inscho, Dorothy; Jack, Elizabeth Jane; Jackson, Joyce
Box 8 Folder 26
Jacobs, Mrs. Marguerite M.; Jansen, Ruby; Johannessen, Patricia Martin; Johnson, Mrs. Irma Y.; Johnson, Seth D.; Jones, Blanche; Jones, Mrs. Clarence
Box 8 Folder 27
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
Box 8 Folder 28
King, Mrs. Helen E.; Knapp, Claude; Koch, Mrs. Nan; Kockenmeister, E. C.; Kogan, Sally; Kopman, Alta; Kornfeld, Florence M.; Kutz, Mrs. Anne
Box 8 Folder 29
Lane, Anna E.; Lanning, Mrs. Nancy Louise; Lapp, Isabel; Larsen, Mrs. Helen L.; Laubengayer, E. Dorothy; Lee, Margaret; Lennox, Mrs. Eva
Box 8 Folder 30
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
Box 8 Folder 31
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
Box 8 Folder 32
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
Box 8 Folder 33
McCracken, Kermit King; McCredy, Mrs. Jeannette E.; McCusker; Mrs. Joan Louise; McDaniels, Mary A.; McFerren, Margaret G.; McGraw, Mayme L.; McIlroy, Annie; McSkimming, Isabelle
Box 8 Folder 34
Medlin, Clara Cuthbertson; Merdes, Mrs. Norma Wardle; Merriman, Ruth J.; Merritt, Ruth Stacey; Messinger, Mrs. Constance N
Box 8 Folder 35
Miller, Lido; Minor, Carol; Mirantz, Mrs. Arline C.; Morehouse, Beverly Lynch; Morrow, Anne; Moskowitz, Mrs. Blanche T.; Moulton, Priscilla; Mundy, Elbert; Murphy, Arthur W
Box 8 Folder 36
Murphy, Mrs. Eleanor Curtis (Sturges) - includes photograph; Myers, Mrs. Joan; Nardi, Clara; Nedrow, E. Paul; Newman, Elsie M.; Newton, Naomi; Nichols, Morey
Box 8 Folder 37
Nobles, Mrs. Betty; Nolan, Anna; Nulle, Rachel Worthen; Nurmi, Elizabeth; Oehrle, Paula; Olson, Ethel; Overacker, Mrs. George; Overacker, George B
Box 8 Folder 38
Packard, Mrs. Elizabeth; Parker, George W
Box 8 Folder 39
Parsons, Mrs. Elsa; Paul, Thelma M.; Pearson, Mrs. Dorothy; Peiser, Mrs. Edith - includes photograph
Box 8 Folder 40
Perez, Mrs. Mary Harrison; Pendleton, Mrs. Ann B.; Perkins, Alice W
Box 8 Folder 41
Phillips, Mrs. Dorothy E.; Pierson, Blanche E. Martin; Pope, Vieno Pertula; Pratt, Mrs. Marian; Presswitz, Mrs. Marqery S
Box 8 Folder 42
Probert, Dorothy; Probert, Dorothy Ann; Pullan, Edythe; Randolph, Mabel; Rathbun, Mrs. Alberta
Box 8 Folder 43
Reed, Lucille Coggshall; Reed, Madeline Church; Reese, Irene Dowe; Reisman, Mrs. Leorita; Reslet, Frances Williams (Mrs.); Reulein, Pauline Babcock
Box 8 Folder 44
Rezelman, Reyer; Rhea, Mrs. Flavia Wagner; Richards,
Box 8 Folder 45
Mrs. Joyce; Roach, Jacqueline C.; Robson, Mina
Box 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
Box 8 Folder 46
Royce, Mary G.; Ruane, Mary Rita; Rundle, Eleanor J.; Russell, Claribel; Russo, Mrs. Erna B.; Ryan, Bernadine F.; Ryan, Mrs. Bessie Belle - includes photograph
Box 8 Folder 47
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.
Box 8 Folder 48
Scudamore, Margaret; Seeholzer, Dorothy; Shelley, Mrs. Charline L.; Sheppard, Lillian E.; Short, Mrs. Madeline
Box 8 Folder 49
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
Box 8 Folder 50
Stevens, Dorothy, B. (Buckley); Stewart, Marjorie, J.; St. John, Ruth N.; Stimson, Mary Bradley; Stockholm, Gladys; Stocking, Mrs. Harriet
Box 8 Folder 51
Stoehr, Mrs. Aida; Storey, Mrs. Marian - includes photo graph; Storey, Mary; Stout, Mrs. J. C.: Strasburg, Mrs. Dorothy E.; Stritzinger, Gustave; Stritzinger, Mina
Box 8 Folder 52
Stromberg, Mrs. Jean; Sturges, Sally Lou; Swanson, Mrs. Mildred; Swartley, Mrs. Elizabeth; Swartwood, Mrs. Lena; Sweatland, George; Swisher, Mrs. Marjorie; Sykes, Clara
Box 8 Folder 53
Tack, Betty; Takce, Ethel - includes photograph; Tate, Mrs.; Taylor, Mrs. Louise; Tefft, Mrs. Jean; Thilly, Margaret; Thomas, Eleanor; Thomas, Ella Anderson; Thompson, Bertha (Mrs.)
Box 8 Folder 54
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
Box 8 Folder 55
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.
Box 9 Folder 1
Welch, Cora; Welch, Mrs. Doris; Welch, Sarah; Westbrook, Mrs. Edna; Westlake, Harriet; Wetherbee, Phyllis Jeanne; Whipple, Diane (Barkdoll); Whitaker, Louise; Whitcraft, Marie
Box 9 Folder 2
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
Box 9 Folder 3
Williams, Frances; Williams, Margery E. Ufford; Williamson, Edith Getman; Wilmot, Thomas; Wilson, Annabeth; Wolff, Helene C.; Wolff, Martha L.; Wood, Rachel
Box 9 Folder 4
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
Box 9 Folder 5
Employment of students at College to 1921
Box 9 Folder 6
Employment of students, alumni, non-students; reference and recommendation to 1921
Box 9 Folder 7-13
College Faculty and Staff
Staff correspondence: individual household, industrial and personal problems, to 1921
Box 9 Folder 14-20
1930-1931
Staff Civil Service Report
Box 9 Folder 21
1944; 1947
Study of Faculty Ranks
Box 9 Folder 22
1947
Study of Degrees held by Faculty
Box 9 Folder 23
1938-1940
Staff attendance at professional and scientific meetings
Box 9 Folder 24
1938-1939
School visiting by College faculty members
Box 9 Folder 25
1938-1942
Home visiting by staff members
Box 9 Folder 26
Data on faculty and staff
Box 9 Folder 27
Stenographic and Clerical Services
1937, 1939
Stenographic service studies
Box 9 Folder 28
1943-1944, 1947
Stenographic service
Box 9 Folder 29
1940-1947
Mimeograph and multilith reports
Box 9 Folder 30
Committees, Lists of
Box 9 Folder 31
1927-1946
Standing Committees of the College
Box 9 Folder 32-33
1937-1938
Spafford Study- Foods and Nutrition
Box 9 Folder 34-41
Spafford Study - Household Art
Box 9 Folder 42
Spafford Study - Textiles and Clothing
Box 9 Folder 43
Spafford Study - Home Economics Education
Box 9 Folder 44
Spafford Study - General
Box 9 Folder 45
Spafford Study - Economics of the Household
Box 9 Folder 46
1952
Discussion group on General Education
Box 9 Folder 47
Evaluations of the College
1939-1940
Study of undergraduate teaching and checklist on other work
Box 9 Folder 48-49
1945
Memorandum on Certain Aspects of Administration in Cornell University
Box 9 Folder 50
Legal matters - Legislation: correspondence to 1921
Box 9 Folder 51
1919
Federal laws - Smith-Lever Act
Box 9 Folder 52
Federal laws - Relation of federal cooperative extension employees to agricultural organizations
Box 9 Folder 53
1935
Federal laws - Capper-Ketcham Act
Box 9 Folder 54
1946
Federal laws - Hope-Flannagan Bill
Box 9 Folder 55
State laws - Laws of New York State concerning Extension
Box 9 Folder 56
1928
State laws - College of Home Economics legislation of New York State Senate & Assembly
Box 9 Folder 57
1949
State laws - Amendments to New York Vehicle and Traffic Law
Box 9 Folder 58
Local laws - legal problems of the department to 1921
Box 9 Folder 59
Miscellaneous administrative materials - administrative calendar of College
Box 9 Folder 60-61
1932-1942
Miscellaneous administrative materials - college objectives, preliminary work
Box 9 Folder 62
1912-1935
Financial matters - Budgets
Box 9 Folder 63-66
1912-1935
Financial matters - Budgets
Box 10 Folder 1-6
1935-1952
Financial matters - Budget publications
Box 10 Folder 7-10
1945-1946
Revised Budqet
Box 10 Folder 11
1949-1954
Budgets
Box 10 Folder 12-13
Miscellaneous budgetary matters
Box 10 Folder 14-15
1941-1943
Emergency budget
Box 10 Folder 16
1943-07
Transfer of bookkeeping to Roberts Business office
Box 10 Folder 17
Budget - Acceleration
Box 10 Folder 18-19
Budget - Bonuses
Box 10 Folder 20
Special state defense funds
Box 10 Folder 21
1949-1959
Miscellaneous financial & budgetary materials
Box 10 Folder 22-26
1949-1959
Research budget information
Box 10 Folder 27-31
Records of the College of Home Economics Placement Office
1920-1949
College Alumni/Personnel records
Box 60-63
1951-1957
Field Trips
Box 69 Folder 14
1950-1969
Elementary Certification - Cornell
Box 69 Folder 15
1960-1969
Secondary Certification
Box 69 Folder 16
1948-1966
Home Economic Students Employed Part-Time at College
Box 69 Folder 17
1950-1969
Beginning Jobs - Vocational Information
Box 69 Folder 18
1950-1969
Alumni Lists
Box 69 Folder 19
1965
Brochure
Box 69 Folder 20
1963
Brochure
Box 69 Folder 21
1968
Brochure
Box 69 Folder 22
1955-1957, 1960-1969
Alumni
Box 69 Folder 22
1946, 1948, 1952, 1960
"This Job is Yours" - Publication put out by the Placement Office
Box 69 Folder 23
1953-10
Letter from Esther Stocks to Alumnae
Box 69 Folder 24
College Reports
1946-1958
The Department of Home Economics Education, by Margaret Hutchins
Box 59 Folder 20
1967
Ad Hoc Committee Recommendations on College Study Report and Faculty discussion
Box 79 Folder 1
1967
Memoranda concerning Dept. of Textiles and Clothing & Organizational Committee
Box 79 Folder 2
1966-1967
Reactions to Report
Box 79 Folder 3
1965-1968
Correspondence concerning President's Committee
Box 79 Folder 4
1967-1968
Response to College Study Report, Ad Hoc Committees
Box 79 Folder 5
1958-1968
Dept. of Home Economics Education, Reports
Box 79 Folder 6
1968-10-22
Recommendations of an Ad Hoc Committee on the Status of Textiles and Clothing in a Reorganized College
Box 79 Folder 7
1969
Organization of the College - Various Perspectives
Box 79 Folder 8
1968-1969, 1972
Dean Knapp's Remarks and Memoranda, Reports
Box 79 Folder 9
1975-1985
Community Service Education - HSS
Box 79 Folder 10
1970-1979
College of Human Ecology - Memoranda, Reports
Box 79 Folder 11
1959-1968
Faculty Meeting Minutes
Box 80
1962-1966
Department Heads Meeting Minutes
Box 80
1925-1943
Faculty Meeting Minutes
Box 81
1944-19621966-1969
Department Heads Meeting Minutes
Box 81
1943-1959
Faculty Meeting Minutes
Box 82
1969-1973
Academic Services Committee
Box 85 Folder 1
1974-1976
Committee on Academic Status
Box 85 Folder 1
1946-1961, 1963-1973
Academic Standing Faculty Committee - Annual Reports
Box 85 Folder 2
1947-1963
Admissions - Annual Reports
Box 85 Folder 3
1965-1969
Admissions - Annual Reports
Box 85 Folder 4
1969-1976
Admissions - Annual Reports
Box 85 Folder 5
1964, 1967
Admissions Philosophy, Policies and Procedures of the Faculty Committee on Admissions
Box 85 Folder 6
1939-1950, 1939-1955, 1966-1973
Attrition - Reports
Box 85 Folder 7
1958-1968
Certification of Home Economics Teachers
Box 85 Folder 8
1968
Proposed Program for Training Pre-Kindergarten & Kindergarten Teachers
Box 85 Folder 8
1950-1969
Communications - Publications Committee - Minutes & Annual Reports
Box 85 Folder 9
1972-1973
Diversity
Box 85 Folder 10
1947-1950
Extension Studies Committee
Box 85 Folder 11
Graduate Education Committee - Annual Reports - 1969-1970, 1972-1973 Graduate Fellowship Committee - Annual Reports - 1975-1977
Box 85 Folder 12
1974-1976
Grants Committee - Annual Reports
Box 85 Folder 13
Mann Library Committee - Reports
Box 85 Folder 14
1948-1968
15 Nominations and Elections - Reports
Box 85 Folder 15
1954-1973
Research Committee Reports
Box 86 Folder 1
1949-1969
Student Faculty Committee - Reports
Box 86 Folder 4
Study Concerning Change from Home Economics to Human Ecology
Refer to faculty meeting minutes from 1967 for discussions concerning the Final Report of the President's Committee to Study the College of Home Economics. (Pages 4484-4547 and 4666-4707 in the bound issues of the Faculty Minutes.)
For more records concerning the Reorganization of the College of Home Economics, see Henry Ricciuti's collection, #23-13-2551 and College of Human Ecology collection, #23-2-2817, box 106.
A copy of the final report of the President's Committee to Study the College of Home Economics, December 1966, can be found in collection #23-13-2551, box 1, folders 1-7
1975-1979
Sex Discrimination Case - Cornell vs. 5 woman professors
Box 78 Folder 1
Sample Research Proposals - Community Service Education - Sara Blackwell
Box 78 Folder 2
1961-1965
President's Committee to Study the College of Home Economics - Minutes, Memoranda, Correspondence
Box 78 Folder 3
1961-1965
President's Committee to Study the College of Horne Economics - Memoranda, Goals, Proposals, correspondence, Minutes
Box 78 Folder 4
1965
President's Committee to Study the College of Home Economics - Minutes, Memoranda
Box 78 Folder 5
1966
President's Committee to Study the College of Home Economics - External Consultants
Box 78 Folder 6
1966
President's Committee to Study the College of Home Economics - Minutes, Reports
Box 78 Folder 7
1966
President's Committee to Study the College of Home Economics - Progress Reports, Memoranda Reports to the Committee by people outside of Cornell, Minutes
Box 78 Folder 8
1966
President's Committee to Study the College of Home Economics - Memoranda, Minutes
Box 78 Folder 9-10
1966
President's Committee to Study the College of Home Economics - Reports, Memoranda, Discussion of final report
Box 78 Folder 11
1966-1967-05
Memoranda, Correspondence, Committee Reports
Box 78 Folder 12
1966-12
Final Report of the President's Committee to Study the College of Home Economics
Box 78 Folder 13
Government, National, New York State
1922-1932
Government Groups - National - Land Grant College Association
Box 10 Folder 32-36
1933-1940
Government Groups - National - Land Grant College Association
Box 10 Folder 37-40
1941-1943
Government Groups - National - Land Grant College Association
Box 10 Folder 41
1943-1945
Government Groups - National - Land Grant College Association Nutrition Bill
Box 10 Folder 42-43
Government Groups - Land Grant - Home Economics Division (Historical)
Box 10 Folder 44
Research Advisory Committee - Land Grant - (next meeting)
Box 10 Folder 45
1926-1929
National Council of Parent Education
Box 10 Folder 46-47
1930-1931
National Council of Parent Education
Box 10 Folder 48-51
1932-1935
National Council of Parent Education
Box 11 Folder 1-5
1935-1936
National Council of Youth Administration
Box 11 Folder 6-7
1936
National Council of Youth Administration
Box 11 Folder 8-12
1918, 1923
U.S.D.A. - policies
Box 11 Folder 13
U.S.D.A. - correspondence to 1921
Box 11 Folder 14-15
1926
U.S.D.A. - Bureau of Home Economics Dietary Studies
Box 11 Folder 16
1931
U.S.D.A. - Bureau of Home Economics
Box 11 Folder 17
1923
Origin of Bureau of Home Economics
Box 11 Folder 18
1926-1927
U.S. Department of Education - Federal Board of Vocational Education
Box 11 Folder 19
U.S. Department of Labor - correspondence to 1921
Box 11 Folder 20
1949
U.S. War Department Service
Box 11 Folder 21
1934
W.P.A. - Rural Rehabilitation
Box 11 Folder 22
1936
W.P.A. - Rural Settlement
Box 11 Folder 23
Miscellaneous U.S. government groups - correspondence to 1921
Box 11 Folder 24
1943-1946
Desmond Joint Legislative Committee on Nutrition
Box 11 Folder 25-26
New York State Department of Agriculture, correspondence to 1921
Box 11 Folder 27
New York State Agricultural Advisory Commission: Martha Van Rensselaer
Box 11 Folder 28
1930-1934
New York State Advisory Committee: Flora Rose
Box 11 Folder 29
Farmers' Institutes
Box 11 Folder 30
Farmers' Institute - Women's Institutes
Box 11 Folder 31
Farmers' Institute - Women's - clippings
Box 11 Folder 32
1943
New York State Council of Rural Women
Box 11 Folder 33
New York State Department of Education - correspondence to 1921
Box 11 Folder 34-35
1941-1943
New York State Department of Education - Bureau of Home Economics Education
Box 11 Folder 36-37
1922-1938
New York State Department of Education - Bureau of Home Economics Education
Box 11 Folder 38-44
1944-1946
New York State Department of Education - Bureau of Home Economics Education
Box 11 Folder 45-46
1941-1946
New York State Department of Education - general
Box 11 Folder 47-49
1930
New York State Commissioner of Education Graves - correspondence with Martha Van Rensselaer
Box 11 Folder 50
1930-1932
New York State Department of Education Child Guidance
Box 11 Folder 51-52
1934-1937
New York State Department of Education Home Report
Box 11 Folder 53
1935
New York State Flood Relief Program
Box 11 Folder 54
New York State Food Commissioner
Box 11 Folder 55
1917
New York State Food Supply Commission
Box 12 Folder 1-3
1937-1949
New York State Nutrition Committee
Box 12 Folder 4-7
New York State Department~ of Health - correspondence to 1921
Box 12 Folder 8
1937-1938
New York State Department of Labor - Children's Bureau
Box 12 Folder 9
1942-08
New York State Joint Legislative Economy Committee
Box 12 Folder 10
1953
New York State Joint Legislative Committee on Imitation Milk Products and Problems
Box 12 Folder 11
New York State departments - correspondence to 1921
Box 12 Folder 12
Government Groups - Local
1937-1938
Cooperative Program between College and Nassau County
Box 12 Folder 13
1935-1937
Tompkins County Development Association
Box 12 Folder 14-15
Private Groups
1936
Associated Country Women of the World
Box 12 Folder 16-18
1940
Associated Country Women of the World
Box 12 Folder 19
Private Groups - International
1931-1945
Agricultural missions Foundation
Box 12 Folder 20-22
Miscellaneous international organizations - correspondence to 1921
Box 12 Folder 23
Private Groups National
1931
American Country Life Association
Box 12 Folder 24
1921
American Home Economics Association correspondence
Box 12 Folder 25-29
American Home Economics Association Lake Placid Conference - correspondence to 1921
Box 12 Folder 30
1916-1930
American Home Economics Association
Box 12 Folder 31-34
1932
American Home Economics Association
Box 12 Folder 35
1930-1940
American Home Economics Association
Box 12 Folder 36-39
1940-1946
American Home Economics Association
Box 12 Folder 40-43
American Red Cross - correspondence to 1921
Box 12 Folder 44
1930
Association for Childhood Education
Box 12 Folder 45
1922-1935
Better Homes in America Organization
Box 12 Folder 46
Child Health organization of America
Box 12 Folder 47
1957
Foods Facts Foundation
Box 12 Folder 48
1927-1930
League of Women Voters
Box 12 Folder 49
League of Women Voters - correspondence to 1921
Box 12 Folder 50
Mothers' Assembly - correspondence to 1921
Box 12 Folder 51-52
National Country Life Association - correspondence to 1921
Box 12 Folder 53
Girl Scouts
Box 12 Folder 54-55
General Federation of Women's Clubs - correspondence to 1921
Box 12 Folder 56-58
Grange - correspondence to 1921
Box 12 Folder 59
1931-1936
Women's National Farm and Garden Association
Box 13 Folder 4-Jan
W.C.T.U. - correspondence to 1921
Box 13 Folder 5
Y.W.C.H. - correspondence to 1921
Box 13 Folder 6
National organizations - correspondence to 1921
Box 13 Folder 7-9
Private Groups: Regional
Miscellaneous regional groups - correspondence to 1921
Box 13 Folder 10
Private Groups: State
1929
New York State Agricultural Society
Box 13 Folder 11
1931-1941
New York State Council of Rural Women
Box 13 Folder 12
Home Bureau Creed and Home Bureau Song
Box 13 Folder 13
Home Bureau - union with Home Economics
Box 13 Folder 14
Farm and Home Bureaus: correspondence on problems of individual Bureaus - to 1921
Box 13 Folder 15
1925-1933
New York State Federation of Home Bureaus
Box 13 Folder 16-20
1929
New York State Federation of Home Bureaus - and the College Marketing Program
Box 13 Folder 21-24
1931
Farm and Home Bureau - recommended constitution
Box 13 Folder 25
1934-1940
New York State Federation of Home Bureaus
Box 13 Folder 26-28
1940-1946
New York State Federation of Home Bureaus - correspondence
Box 13 Folder 29-32
1941-1942
New York State Federation of Home Bureau - Reports
Box 13 Folder 33-37
1943-1946
New York State Federation of Home Bureau Reports
Box 13 Folder 38-41
1950-09
Home Bureau Federation Publicity Workshop
Box 13 Folder 42
Farm-Home Bureau - Extension - realignment
Box 13 Folder 43-44
1944-1945
State Federation of Home Bureaus Handbook
Box 13 Folder 45
1921-1934
New York State Federation of Presidents of Women's Educational Organizations
Box 13 Folder 46-50
1935-1943
Conference Board of Women's Organizations in New York State
Box 13 Folder 51-55
New York State Federation of Women's Clubs - correspondence to 1921
Box 14 Folder 1-3
1932-1936
New York State Federation of Women's Clubs
Box 14 Folder 4-5
New York State Home Economics Association
Box 14 Folder 6-8
1948
New York State Home Economics Clubs
Box 14 Folder 9
1936-1943
New York League of Women Voters
Box 14 Folder 10
New York State Social Hygiene Society - correspondence to 1921
Box 14 Folder 11
Miscellaneous State Organizations - correspondence to 1921
Box 14 Folder 12
Private Groups: Local
1935-1939
Ithaca P.T.A. Study Group
Box 14 Folder 13-14
Local Library Organizations - correspondence to 1921
Box 14 Folder 15
Miscellaneous Local Organizations - correspondence to 1921
Box 14 Folder 16-17
1926-1959
Visitors to College of Home Economics
Box 14 Folder 18-21
Educational Groups: Universities and Colleges
University of the State of New York, correspondence to 1921
Box 14 Folder 22
1915
New York State School of Agriculture, (Long Island) correspondence
Box 14 Folder 23
Other New York State (government supported) Colleges, correspondence to 1921
Box 14 Folder 24
Other State Universities, correspondence
Box 14 Folder 25-28
Miscellaneous colleges and universities, A-M, correspondence
Box 14 Folder 29
Miscellaneous colleges and universities, N-Z, correspondence
Box 14 Folder 30
University of Illinois - correspondence to 1921
Box 14 Folder 32
1922-1934, 1942
Merrill-Palmer School
Box 14 Folder 33-36
Simmons College - correspondence to 1921
Box 14 Folder 37
Traphagen School of Fashion (1680 Broadway, New York, New York)
Box 14 Folder 38
Miscellaneous educational groups
Public and private grade and high schools - correspondence to 1921
Box 14 Folder 39-41
George Jr. Republic - correspondence to 1921
Box 14 Folder 42
1935-1940
American Association of University Women
Box 14 Folder 43-45
1941-1946
American Association of University Women
Box 14 Folder 46-48
1920-1941
Conference Board of Women's Educational organizations (in New York State)
Box 14 Folder 49
Educational Groups in other countries - correspondence to 1921
Box 14 Folder 50
Miscellaneous Educational Groups
Box 14 Folder 51
Northeast Region Home Economics Administrators (minutes)
Box 14 Folder 52
Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary School - Part B of Questionnaire Guide for Institutional Self-Evaluation
Box 14 Folder 53
Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary School - Part B. of Questionnaire Guide - Copies of Original Answers By Sub-Committees (1-19)
Box 14 Folder 54-55
Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary School - Part B of Questionnaire Guide - Copies of Original Answers by Sub-Committees (20-33)
Box 15 Folder 1-2
Institutes and Conferences held at the College
1927-05
State Committee on the New York State College of Home Economics Conference, Ithaca
Box 15 Folder 3-4
1938-1946
Cornell P.T.A. Institute
Box 15 Folder 5-6
1940-1949
Nutrition Conferences, Institutes
Box 15 Folder 7
1954
New York State Nutrition Institute
Box 15 Folder 8
1954
New York State Nutrition Institute - correspondence
Box 15 Folder 9-10
1941
Rural Urban Forum
Box 15 Folder 11
1944-05
Conference on Home Safety for Supervising Public Health Nurses
Box 15 Folder 12
1945-01
Work Simplification Project of the General Education Board
Box 15 Folder 13
1947, 1951
Van Rensselaer - Rose Faculty Seminar & Lecture Series
Box 15 Folder 14-15
1945-1955
Van Rensselaer - Rose Series
Box 15 Folder 16
1948-05
Conference of New York State Association of Future Homemakers of America
Box 15 Folder 17
1948-1953
Conference for Homemaking Teachers
Box 15 Folder 18
1950
Home Management Conference
Box 15 Folder 19
1958
Institute on International Education in Home Economics
Box 15 Folder 19
Campus guests and guest lecturers - to 1921
Box 15 Folder 20
1946-11
Report of Dean Vincent's Reception
Box 15 Folder 21-22
1953
Reception for the Dean
Box 15 Folder 23
1953
Reception for Miss Canoyer
Box 15 Folder 24
Cooperation with College of Agriculture
College of Agriculture: Abstracts of Faculty Meetings
Box 15 Folder 25
College of Agriculture Business office
Box 15 Folder 26-28
1915-1931
College of Agriculture Policies
Box 15 Folder 29-30
1944-1948
Planning for Mann Library
Box 15 Folder 31-32
1941-1946
Relationship between College of Home Economics and Rural Education Department
Box 15 Folder 33
1912-1929
Cooperation with Rural Sociology Department
Box 15 Folder 34
1929-1946
Sub-committee on social work
Box 15 Folder 35-36
1932
College of Agriculture Publications office
Box 15 Folder 37
1947
Proposed Conference Center
Box 15 Folder 38
Cooperation with other Divisions of the University
University Board of Trustees
Box 15 Folder 39
1943
University Library Board
Box 15 Folder 40
Participation in Cornell University Activities
1952-1954
Extracts from minutes of meetings of Executive Committee and Board of Trustees
Box 15 Folder 41-43
1955-1958
Extracts from minutes of meetings of Executive Committee and Board of Trustees
Box 15 Folder 44-45
University Convocations to 1921
Box 15 Folder 46
University Policies
Box 15 Folder 47
Inaugurations - Farrand, Day, Malott
Box 15 Folder 48
Cornell University Semi-Centennial Celebration
Box 15 Folder 49
SUNY Materials
1949-1951
State University of New York President Alvin C. Ewich
Box 15 Folder 50
SUNY - State Education Department Bureau of Home Economics Education
Box 15 Folder 51
SUNY - Committees - Personnel Policies
Box 15 Folder 52-53
SUNY - questionnaires
Box 15 Folder 54
1952
SUNY materials
Box 15 Folder 55-56
1949-1952
SUNY and Cornell University, relations with
Box 16 Folder 1
SUNY Master Plan for Community Colleges and 4 year Colleges for the State
Box 16 Folder 2-4
Farmers' Week and Farm and Home Week
Farm and Home Week: Early History
Box 16 Folder 5
1909
Farmers Institute and Farmers Week - Homemakers Conference
Box 16 Folder 6
1910-1913
Farmers Institute and Farmers Week - Homemakers Conference
Box 16 Folder 7
1915-1917
Farmers Institute and Farmers Week - Homemakers Conference
Box 16 Folder 8
1915-1917
Farmers Institute and Farmers Week - Homemakers Conference-clippings
Box 16 Folder 9
Farmers Institute and Farmers Week - Homemakers Conference - photographs
Box 16 Folder 10
1918-1921
Farmers Week - Homemakers Conference
Box 16 Folder 11
1924, 1928-1930
Farmers Week - Homemakers Conference
Box 16 Folder 12
1931-1932
Farm and Home Week
Box 16 Folder 13
1930-1942
Farm and Home Week Speakers
Box 16 Folder 14
1935
Farm and Home Week
Box 16 Folder 15
1936
Farm and Home Week
Box 16 Folder 16
1937
Farm and Home Week
Box 16 Folder 17
1938
Farm and Home Week
Box 16 Folder 18-21
1939
Farm and Home Week
Box 16 Folder 22-27
1940
Farm and Home Week
Box 16 Folder 28-32
1940
Book Fair photographs
Box 16 Folder 33
1941
Farm and Home Week
Box 16 Folder 34-38
Correspondence with famous people about Farm and Home Week
Box 16 Folder 39
1942
Farm and Home Week
Box 16 Folder 40-43
1943
Farm and Home Week
Box 16 Folder 44-47
1944
Farm and Home Week
Box 16 Folder 48
Farm and Home Week - planned but cancelled, 1946 *[see also: photograph series]
Box 16 Folder 49-50
1946
Farm and Home Week Demonstration Train *[see also: photograph series]
Box 16 Folder 51
1948
Farm and Home Week
Box 16 Folder 52-54
1949
Farm and Home Week
Box 16 Folder 55-56
1950
Farm and Home Week
Box 16 Folder 57-58
1952, 1953
Farm and Home Week
Box 16 Folder 59
1954
Farm and Home Week
Box 16 Folder 60-62
1954
Farm and Home Week Luncheon
Box 16 Folder 63
1955
Farm and Home Week
Box 16 Folder 64-67
1956
Farm and Home Week
Box 17 Folder 1-4
1956
Farm and Home Week Workshop
Box 17 Folder 5
1956
Farm and Home Week Catalog Material
Box 17 Folder 6-8
1957
Farm and Home Week
Box 17 Folder 9-10
1957
Farm and Home Week - Evaluation
Box 17 Folder 11
1957
Farm and Home Week Workshop
Box 17 Folder 12-13
1957
Farm and Home Week Exhibit - includes photograph
Box 17 Folder 14
1957
Farm and Home Week
Box 17 Folder 15-17
1958
Farm and Home Week
Box 17 Folder 18-23
1958
Farm and Home Week Alumni Hostesses
Box 17 Folder 24
1959
Farm and Home Week
Box 17 Folder 25-30
Farm and Home Week 1960
Box 17 Folder 31-39
Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools: Institutional Self-Evaluation
Inventory
1. History of the College
Box 73 Folder 1
2. Organization of the College
Box 73 Folder 1
3. Purposes and Objectives of: Resident Teaching's Undergraduate & Graduate Programs; Research; Extension
Box 73 Folder 1
4. Questions relating to the Objectives of the College (1 -8)
Box 73 Folder 1
5. Questions on the Resident Program of the College (9-33)
Box 73 Folder 1
Tables:
1955-1956
1. Undergraduate Student Enrollment
Box 73 Folder 1
1955-1956
2. Graduate Student Enrollment
Box 73 Folder 1
1956
3. Degree Conferred, Calendar Year
Box 73 Folder 1
1955
4. Enrollment in Extension Program
Box 73 Folder 1
1955-1956
5. Distribution of Faculty by Academic Rank and Highest Degrees Earned
Box 73 Folder 1
1955
6. Field Staff (Extension Program)
Box 73 Folder 1
1956-04-01
7. Faculty Salaries/Years Employed at Cornell
Box 73 Folder 1
8. Field Staff Salaries
Box 73 Folder 1
1955-1956
9. Number of Semester Credit Hours Taught in regularly Scheduled Classes (Per Semester)
Box 73 Folder 1
10. Distribution of SAT scores of Entering Freshmen compared with National Distribution
Box 73 Folder 1
11. Distribution of High School Averages of Entering Freshmen
Box 73 Folder 1
12. Distribution of Rank in High School Class of Entering Freshmen
Box 73 Folder 1
1955-1956
13. Statistical Analysis of Class and Section Size
Box 73 Folder 1
1955-1956
14. Grades Given in Undergraduate Classes (By Department)
Box 73 Folder 1
1954-1955
15. Distribution of Grades for Each Required Course in Home Economics
Box 73 Folder 1
1938-1951, 1955
16. Attrition by June among Freshmen Matriculating
Box 73 Folder 1
17. Comparison: Grade Distribution of Home Economics
Box 73 Folder 1
1955
Students to Students in University as a whole. Fall
Box 73 Folder 1
18. Growth of Home Demonstration and 4-H Country Programs
Box 73 Folder 1
Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary School
Part B of Questionnaire Guide 1956-1957 (Copies of Original Answers by sub-committee 1-17) This Questionnaire is composed of 33 questions directed at the administration of the University. Book I (questions 1-17) aims to clarify the composition, objectives, status, curriculum, principles, course offerings, and academic programs of the College of Home Economics. Book II (questions 18-21) clarifies the academic counseling and advisory services, the implication of the college objectives, policy on teaching loads, and ascertaining the effectiveness of instruction. Book III (questions 22-33) covers the student attrition rate, standardized test results, achievement of college objectives, student-life after matriculation, and the alumni program. Answers were given by Departments, Secretaries, the Steering Committee and Counseling Services
Inventory:
1 . Preface: History; Organization; Budget
Box 73 Folder 2-6
2. Purposes and Objectives: (questions 1-7)Divided by: Resident Undergraduate Program; Research; Extension
Box 73 Folder 2-6
3. Answers to Question 8-23 of Questionnaire, including tables and charts
Box 73 Folder 2-6
1957-11
Report of the Evaluation Committee of the New York State College of Home Economics for the Middle States Association Evaluation
Box 73 Folder 7
1956
"What Do We Do About Our Degree Holders?" Question 5-7 by Esther Stocks
Box 73 Folder 8
1956
Thesis - Alice Phillips - "Part-Time Employment of Homemakers"
Box 73 Folder 9
1960-1965
Refresher Education-Notes, Copy of Tabulations
Box 73 Folder 10
1960-1965
Refresher Education - Research, Notes, etc., leading up to Refresher Education Questionnaire
Box 73 Folder 11
Refresher Education Questionnaire (rough draft thru final product)
Box 73 Folder 12
Home Economics/Human Ecology Alumni Institutes
1952
First Alumni Institute
Box 76
1954
Alumni Institute
Box 76
1961, 1963
Families in an Interdependent World & Family Housing (Proceedings)
Box 76
1962
"The American Family: A Critical Appraisal"
Box 76
1963
"Family Housing"
Box 76
1964
"The American Consumer"
Box 76
1965
"Nutritional Status"
Box 76
1966
"Textiles & Clothing in a Changing World"
Box 76
1967
"Man in a Changing Environment"
Box 76
1967
Photographs
Box 76
1968
"Toward the Year 2000"
Box 76
1969
"Communications and Family"
Box 76
1970
"The University & Social Policy"
Box 76
1971
"Aging: The People and the Process"
Box 76
1972
Alumni Institute
Box 76
"Children: Who Cares and How?"
Box 76
1972
Ithaca House Tour
Box 76
1972
Nutrition Institute
Box 76
1973
Alumni Institute
Box 76
"Youth: Concerns and Commitments Now"
Box 76
1974
Alumni Institute
Box 76
"Consumers in Common: Paradox, Perspective, Priority"
Box 76
1975
Alumni Institute
Box 76
"Welfare: Problems and Possibilities"
Box 76
1976
Alumni Institute
Box 76
"The American Family: Who Cares?"
Box 76
1977
Alumni Institute
Box 76
"Food For Health"
Box 76
1978
Alumni Institute
Box 76
"Energy: Consumer Policy"
Box 76
1979
Alumni Institute
Box 76
"Human Ecology: The Next Ten Years"
Box 76
Events, Exhibits
1939-1968
Brochures, pamphlets, publications, programs, pertaining to various college events and exhibits and describing the programs and departments in the college (ARP)
Box 113
1917-1918
U.S. Food Administration
Box 17 Folder 40-42
1918-1919
U.S. Food Administration - organization
Box 17 Folder 43
1918
U.S. Food Administration - Martha Van Rensselaer's work
Box 17 Folder 44-45
1918
U.S. Food Administration Conservation and Preparation
Box 17 Folder 46-49
U.S. Food Administration - mimeographed letters and carbons
Box 17 Folder 50-53
U.S. Food Administration - food conservation and publicity
Box 17 Folder 54-55
U.S. Food Administration - pamphlets and photograph
Box 17 Folder 56
U.S. Food Administration - clippings
Box 17 Folder 57
U.S. Food Administration - food conservation, history, letters, etc. [Herbert Hoover letters]
Box 17 Folder 58-62
Thrift Program 1918
Box 18 Folder 1-3
Food Conservation: milk campaigns
Box 18 Folder 4-5
Miscellaneous food conservation efforts - correspondence to 1921
Box 18 Folder 6
World War II
1941
National Defense Program
Box 18 Folder 7
1942-1943
Foreign Service Curriculum
Box 18 Folder 8
Courses: War Emergency (Dean Betten's Committee)
Box 18 Folder 9
1941-1942
New York State College of Home Economics in the Defense Program
Box 18 Folder 10-l6
1940-1941
College Defense Committee
Box 18 Folder 17-21
1941-1942
Extension Service War Council
Box 18 Folder 22-26
1940-1941
College Students Defense Program
Box 18 Folder 27-28
1945-1946
New York State Emergency Food Commission (Dean Blanding, Director of Human Nutrition in the Commission)
Box 18 Folder 29-32
1942-1944
New York State Emergency Food Commission Committee on Human Nutrition
Box 18 Folder 33-36
1943
New York State Emergency Food Commission Sub-committees #1 & #2 on Human Nutrition
Box 18 Folder 37
1943
University Wartime Training Committee
Box 18 Folder 38
1945-1946
New York State Emergency Food Commission - publications
Box 18 Folder 39-40
1943-1945
New York State Emergency Food Commission Relationship with Counties
Box 18 Folder 41-43
1941
Defense Council - Women's Division
Box 18 Folder 44
1940-1941
Defense News Releases
Box 18 Folder 45
1940-1941
County Nutrition Defense Committee
Box 18 Folder 46-47
1943
New York State War Council - Office of War Training
Box 18 Folder 48
1943-1944
New York State War Council - office of Civilian Mobilization
Box 18 Folder 49-50
1943-1945
War Records - staff leave
Box 19 Folder 1
World War II - general
Box 19 Folder 2
1942
New York State War Council (printing funds for College)
Box 19 Folder 3
1943-1944
New York State Colleges of Agriculture & Home Economics Joint Committee on Post-War Training
Box 19 Folder 4
1941-1943
New York State Land-use Sub-committee on Marketing & Distribution
Box 19 Folder 5
1942-1944
New York State Colleges of Agriculture & Home Economics Extension Wartime Committee on Health
Box 19 Folder 6
1943-1944
U.S. Department of Agriculture War Food Administration
Box 19 Folder 7
1943
New York State Farm Labor Program
Box 19 Folder 8
Defense Literature - World War II
Box 19 Folder 9-11
1942-1944
Sub-committee on Counseling and Guidance of the Committee on University Policy on Post-War Conditions
Box 19 Folder 12-14
Miscellaneous Wartime and Relief Work
1933
Depression Relief
Box 19 Folder 15
Relief work
Box 19 Folder 16-18
1932
Relief conferences in state
Box 19 Folder 19
1933-1934
(Federal Emergency Relief Administration) New York State Civil Service Administration
Box 19 Folder 20-21
State & National Emergency Relief
Box 19 Folder 22-25
1932-1935
State & National Emergency Relief
Box 19 Folder 26-28
1946-1947
Contribution of College to Department of Home Economics at Warsaw Agricultural College, Warsaw, Poland
Box 19 Folder 29
Committee on Housing (after World War II) and USDA housing survey information questionnaires
Box 19 Folder 30-34
See also Box 34 folders 42-44, Flora Rose Belgian Relief material; Box 52 - data sheets of Flora Rose Belgian Relief material and o/s location of data gathering sheets, and museum items #330-338.
Undergraduate Program - correspondence with students, to 1921
Box 19 Folder 35-37
Undergraduate Program - catalogs, general data, to 1921
Box 19 Folder 38
1941-1942
Handbook for Home Economics Freshmen
Box 59 Folder 8
Letter and information sent to incoming Freshmen, summer 1945 & n.d
Box 19 Folder 39
Undergraduate program - general curriculum, to 1921
Box 19 Folder 40
Undergraduate program - correspondence with students, to 1921
Box 19 Folder 41
Undergraduate program - specific courses, to 1921
Box 19 Folder 42
1921-1925
Homemaking apartments- include photographs
Box 19 Folder 43-45
1942-1946
Homemaking apartments
Box 19 Folder 46-47
1952-1954
Homemaking apartments
Box 19 Folder 48
Undergraduate program - baby for homemaking apartment
Box 19 Folder 49
Graduate Program - all data to 1921
Box 19 Folder 50
1928-1938
Graduate committee
Box 19 Folder 51
1930-1932
Graduate Program in Cornell
Box 19 Folder 52
1939-1948
Graduate procedures for Plans A and B
Box 19 Folder 53-56
1942, 1946
Manual for writers of theses
Box 19 Folder 57
1942-1944
Reports of meetings of graduate staff
Box 19 Folder 58-59
1942-1949
Matters re graduate staff
Box 19 Folder 60
Summer Session before 1921
Box 19 Folder 61
1927
Summer Session
Box 20 Folder 1
1928
Summer Session
Box 20 Folder 2
1929
Summer Session
Box 20 Folder 3
1930
Summer Session
Box 20 Folder 4
1931
Summer Session
Box 20 Folder 5
1932
Summer Session
Box 20 Folder 6
1933
Summer Session
Box 20 Folder 7
1934
Summer Session
Box 20 Folder 8
1935
Summer Session
Box 20 Folder 9
1936
Summer Session
Box 20 Folder 10
1936
Summer Session - county leader scholars
Box 20 Folder 11
1937
Summer Session
Box 20 Folder 12
1937
Summer Session - Study of Registration
Box 20 Folder 13
1937, 1939, 1940
Summer Sessions - Analysis of Registrants
Box 20 Folder 14
1938
Summer Session
Box 20 Folder 15
1938
Summer Session - Analysis of Registration
Box 20 Folder 16
1939
Summer Session
Box 20 Folder 17
1939-1945
Study of Summer Session Registrations inclusive
Box 20 Folder 18
1940
Summer Session - Analysis of Registrants
Box 20 Folder 19
1940
Summer Session
Box 20 Folder 20
1941
Summer Session
Box 20 Folder 21
1941
Summer Session - Analysis of Registrants
Box 20 Folder 22
1942
Summer Session
Box 20 Folder 23
1943
Summer Session
Box 20 Folder 24
1944
Summer Session
Box 20 Folder 25
1945
Summer Session
Box 20 Folder 26
Winter Courses
Box 20 Folder 27-29
Winter Course correspondence with students, to 1921
Box 20 Folder 30-31
Martha Van Rensselaer Club - Home Economics Winter Course - Women
Box 20 Folder 32
1940-1952
Correspondence re new courses
Box 20 Folder 33
1943
Home Nursing Course (American Red Cross)
Box 20 Folder 34
1942-1944
Accelerated Program
Box 20 Folder 35-38
Curriculum history
Box 20 Folder 39
1955-1957
Early Childhood Education Curriculum
Box 20 Folder 40-41
1918
Course for Dietitians in Military Hospitals - twelve-week summer term
Box 20 Folder 42
1923-1932
Home Practice Project
Box 20 Folder 43
1932-1940
Nursing, School of correspondence
Box 20 Folder 44-46
Materials re School of Nursing
Box 20 Folder 47-48
1930
Cornell Medical Hospital Committee
Box 20 Folder 49
Enrollment figures and quotas
Box 20 Folder 50-51
1927-1929
Scholarship Committee
Box 20 Folder 52
1926-1933
Morganthau Fellowship
Box 20 Folder 53-54
1938-1942
Bertha Dunckel Duffy Scholarships (discontinued in 1942)
Box 20 Folder 55
1948-1949
Dushkin Award
Box 20 Folder 56
1947-1948
Johnson Home Economics Scholarship
Box 20 Folder 57
1946-1947
Johnson Grants-In-Aid (discontinued after this year)
Box 20 Folder 58
1934-1941
Summer Extension Scholarship (Discontinued in 1941)
Box 20 Folder 59
1925-1934
Ellen H. Richards Scholarship
Box 20 Folder 60
1931-1932, 1949
Women's National Farm and Garden Association Scholarship
Box 20 Folder 61
1947-1948
Home Economics Scholarships
Box 20 Folder 62
1943-1944
Fellowship Near East Foundation
Box 20 Folder 63
1932-1933
National Council of Parent Education Fellowship
Box 20 Folder 64
1944-1948
Pillsbury Shelf of Home Economics Books
Box 20 Folder 65
1943
Woman's Home Companion Fellowship - proposed only; never active)
Box 20 Folder 66
1927, 1931
Alpha Delta Pi Scholarship - offered but not accepted
Box 20 Folder 67
1927-1931
Hotel Administration Scholarship (handled by Hotel School)
Box 20 Folder 68
1911-1967
Scholarship and Fellowship Correspondence, including the description of the Serby-Gildea Scholarship(1967)
Box 20 Folder 69
International Students
1950-1951
German Students
Box 20 Folder 70-75
Housing of Students
Resident teaching housing of students, to 1921
Box 20 Folder 76
Guidance of Students
1928
Home Economics Guidance Material
Box 20 Folder 77-78
Vocational Guidance
Box 20 Folder 79
Resident Teaching: Miscellaneous
1932-1940
Grading
Box 21 Folder 1
1927
Honor System
Box 21 Folder 2
Resident Teaching - miscellaneous administrative problems, to 1921
Box 21 Folder 3
Resident Teaching - miscellaneous student problems, to 1921
Box 21 Folder 4
Miscellaneous student events and activities, to 1921
Box 21 Folder 5
Faculty-Student social functions, Senior Breakfasts
Box 21 Folder 6
1937-1939
Freshmen's Breakfasts
Box 21 Folder 7
Student Organizations
Student Organizations - "Cornell Countryman," to 1921
Box 21 Folder 8
1929-1933
Cornell Countryman - "Domecon Doings"
Box 21 Folder 9
Student Organizations- "Cornell Daily Sun," to 1921
Box 21 Folder 10
Martha Van Rensselaer Club (Winter Course)
Box 21 Folder 11
Frigga Fylga
Box 21 Folder 12
Kermis
Box 21 Folder 13
1932-1933
Freshman faculty meetings
Box 21 Folder 14
Senior Class Function Candle Lighting
Box 21 Folder 15
Sedowa - includes photograph; notebook
Box 21 Folder 16-17
1922-1933
Omicron Nu; printed materials
Box 21 Folder 18-19
1934-1935
Mortar Board
Box 21 Folder 20
1924-1935
Student Council
Box 21 Folder 21
1936-1937
Student Forum
Box 21 Folder 22
Home Economics Club; includes roll book
Box 21 Folder 23-24
Student traditions
Box 21 Folder 25
1927
Alumnae Association, beginnings
Box 21 Folder 26
1938-1940
Alumnae Association
Box 21 Folder 27
1933-1937
Alumnae Association
Box 21 Folder 28
1954
Alumnae Institute
Box 21 Folder 29
1937, 1954
Alumnae - geographical distribution
Box 21 Folder 30
1963-1964
Alumnae newsletter- history
Box 21 Folder 31
1926-1964
Alumnae - occupations
Box 21 Folder 32
1911-1930
Alumnae - study of 952 alumnae
Box 21 Folder 33
1954-1955
Alumnae jobs - letter regarding
Box 21 Folder 34
1956
Alumnae - demand and supply home economics occupations
Box 21 Folder 35
1952-1962
Alumnae Association-Memos, Reports, Correspondence
Box 107 Folder 1
1963-1965
Alumnae Association-Correspondence
Box 107 Folder 2
1962
"The Changing Role of Home Economics in Land-Grant Institutions"-by Helen Canoyer and Mary Wood
Box 107 Folder 3
1956
What do we know about our degree holders
Box 21 Folder 36
Home Economics - committees (early statements re function)
Box 21 Folder 37
1948, 1964
Home Economics Counseling Service
Box 21 Folder 38
1933, 1946, 1955
Home Economics - Secretary of College and placement programs
Box 21 Folder 39
Department of Food and Nutrition - graduate work
Box 21 Folder 40
Housing and Design Department
Box 21 Folder 41
1949
Graduate degrees - Household Art and Textiles and Clothing
Box 21 Folder 42
Institution Management Department
Box 21 Folder 43
Textiles and Clothing - Costume Collection
Box 21 Folder 44
Graduate Staff organization of the College of Home Economics
1965, 1968
Organizational history;
Box 51 Folder 1
Includes a note about its being disbanded
1942-1948
Organizational history;
Box 51 Folder 1
Correspondence with the office of the Graduate School and Dean, chairman of the graduate staff
Graduate student lists - chairman of the graduate staff
Box 51 Folder 2-3
1958-1961
General Home Economics minor
Box 51 Folder 4
1931-1938
Committee on Research and Graduate Study minutes
Box 51 Folder 5
1937-1941
Minutes
Box 51 Folder 6
1941-1942
Minutes
Box 51 Folder 7
1942-1945
Minutes
Box 51 Folder 8-9
1945-1953
Minutes
Box 51 Folder 10-11
1953-1956
Minutes
Box 51 Folder 12-14
1956-1961
Minutes
Box 51 Folder 15
1932-1948
Graduate scholarships including Anna Cora Smith; chairman of the graduate staff
Box 51 Folder 16
1942-1944
Correspondence re English course for graduate students; chairman of the graduate staff
Box 51 Folder 17
1945-1958
Graduate staff - general correspondence
Box 51 Folder 18
1948
Procedures in the College of Home Economics for dealing with applications for graduate study Spring
Box 51 Folder 19
1948-1950
Home Economics graduate staff
Box 51 Folder 20
1950
Manual of Style
Box 51 Folder 21
1952-1960
Graduate student seminars
Box 51 Folder 22
1955
Report on graduate students and assistants -Ad Hoc Committee
Box 51 Folder 23
1956-1958
Graduate staff
Box 51 Folder 24
1958-1959
Graduate staff
Box 51 Folder 25
1959-1960
Graduate staff
Box 51 Folder 26
1960-1963
Graduate staff, correspondence, articles
Box 51 Folder 27
1960-1969
Studies of B.S. holders from the College of Home Economics
Box 65
Honors Day 1960-1969
Photos-Honors Day, Special Events
Box 74 Folder 1
1969
Honors Day Program
Box 74 Folder 2
1968
Honors Day Program
Box 74 Folder 3
1967
Honors Day Program
Box 74 Folder 4
1966
Honors Day Program and red book of photos
Box 74 Folder 5
1965
Honors Day Program
Box 74 Folder 6
1964
Honors Day Program
Box 74 Folder 7
1963
Honors Day Program
Box 74 Folder 8
1962
Honors Day Program
Box 74 Folder 9
1960-1961
Honors Day Program
Box 74 Folder 10
College of Home Economics--Dean's Office
Vocational interest forms for students
Box 83
Child Development, Family Relations
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
Box 21 Folder 45
Some aspects of Cognitive Development during Infancy and the Pre-school Years. State #32 CDFR
Box 21 Folder 46
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
Box 21 Folder 47
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
Box 21 Folder 48
A Study-of the Practices and Values of Rural Families in Rearing Pre-school Childres Purnell #355 CDFR
Box 21 Folder 49
A Study of patterns of control and acceptance in the child rearing practices of 91 rural mothers, Purnell #369 CDFR
Box 21 Folder 50
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
Box 21 Folder 51
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
Box 21 Folder 52-62
Home Economics Education
Factors in School and Community Situations that are related to Effectiveness of High School Home Economics Programs (Home Economics Education) State #9
Box 21 Folder 63
Contributions of the High School Home Economics Program toward improved family living in the community (Home Ec. Ed.) State #13
Box 21 Folder 64
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
Box 21 Folder 65
1948
Cornell Refresher Conference for Teachers -"Work Conference on Life Adjustment Education"
Box 87 Folder 1
1955
Jr. High School Homemaking Curriculum Workshop for Homemaking Teachers at Buffalo, New York
Box 87 Folder 2
1956
An Overview of the Workshop in Curriculum Planning for Early Secondary Education in Homemaking at Cornell
Box 87 Folder 3
1959
Workshop and Field Experiences in Home Economics in Home Economics Education - Ethelwyn Cornelius and Marjorie Swift - Cornell University
Box 87 Folder 4
1959
Field Experience in Home Economics Education - Summer Visit Reports - Ethelwyn Cornelius
Box 87 Folder 5
1959
Field Experience in Home Economics Education -Summer Visit Reports - Marjorie Swift
Box 87 Folder 6
1957
Overview of the Workshop in Secondary Education (with Focus on Homemaking 3) Summer Session at Cornell
Box 87 Folder 7
1957
Pre-planning for the Workshop
Box 87 Folder 8
1957
Correspondence concerning the Refresher Conference
Box 87 Folder 9
1955
Summer Session at Cornell
Box 87 Folder 10
1955
Workshop in Curriculum Planning for Early Secondary Education in Homemaking, Summer Session at Cornell
Box 87 Folder 11
1953
New York State Conference for Homemaking Teachers -Registration Packet
Box 87 Folder 12
1953
New York State Conference for Homemaking Teachers, Resource Center, Rooms, Study Groups, Evaluation
Box 87 Folder 13
1953
Conference - Publicity - Source of Audio Visual Material and the Conference Program Folder Description
Box 87 Folder 14
1951
Committee on Home Economics in Higher Education - Report -Chicago, Illinois
Box 87 Folder 15
1951
Workshop on Family Life Education - Margaret Hutchins,Coordinator - Summer Session at Cornell
Box 87 Folder 16
1950
Refresher Conference - Program and Registrants and material from the program - Summer Session at Cornell
Box 87 Folder 17
1946-1949
Refresher Conferences for Home Economics Teachers at Cornell
Box 87 Folder 18
1942
College Faculty Workshop -Albany, New York
Box 87 Folder 19
1941
New York State Conference for Homemaking Teachers - Syracuse
Box 87 Folder 20
1964
Bulletin Boards done by Home Economics Students in Trumansburg
Box 87 Folder 21
Textiles and Clothing
1923
Textile Investigation
Box 21 Folder 66
Study of clothing of pre-school children as it relates to their behavior and development, Purnell #350 TC and CDFR
Box 21 Folder 67
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
Box 21 Folder 68
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
Box 21 Folder 69
Housing and Design
Space, Facility and Structural Regulations for Farm Houses in the Northeast Region, Research and Marketing #3, N.E. #7 H D
Box 21 Folder 70
Determination of Housing Needs and Preferences of Families Engaged in Each Major Type of Farming in New York State, R & M #3 H & D
Box 21 Folder 71-72
Study of Housing Requirement and House Improvement Practices of Rural Families in five Selected Areas of New York State, R & M #17
Box 22 Folder 1
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;
Box 22 Folder 2
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
Box 22 Folder 3
Correspondence - includes reports, N.E.#7, R & M #3
Box 22 Folder 4-8
State Rural Housing Research (Grace Marin and others)
Box 22 Folder 9-13
Food and Nutrition
Department of Nutrition Studies; state and federal projects
Box 22 Folder 14-31
1948-1957
Correspondence
Box 22 Folder 32-36
1929-1931
Course Syllabi and Exams for Mary Henry's Courses
Box 22 Folder 58
Household Management
Department of Household Management Studies; state and federal projects
Box 22 Folder 37-49
Development of functional basis for kitchen designing
Box 22 Folder 50
1931
Miss Sowers' Research on Practice House
Box 22 Folder 51-53
Institutional Management
Department of Institutional Management Studies; state and federal projects
Box 22 Folder 54-57
Hotel Administration
1924
Stoves and ranges project
Box 23 Folder 1
Miscellaneous projects
Box 23 Folder 2
Projects never initiated
Box 23 Folder 3
Financial Reports
1959-1960
Box 23 Folder 4
1958-1959
Box 23 Folder 5
1957-1958
Box 23 Folder 6
1956-1957
Box 23 Folder 7
1955-1956
Box 23 Folder 8
1945-1955
Box 23 Folder 9
1953-1954
Box 23 Folder 10
1952-1953
Box 23 Folder 11
1951-1952
Box 23 Folder 12
1950-1951
Box 23 Folder 13
1949-1950
Box 23 Folder 14
1948-1949
Box 23 Folder 15
1947-1948
Box 23 Folder 16
1940-1944
Box 23 Folder 17
1937-1940
Box 23 Folder 18
1934-1937
Box 23 Folder 19
1932-1934
Box 23 Folder 20
1930-1932
Box 23 Folder 21
1926-1930
Box 23 Folder 22
1922-1924
College of Home Economics Finance Research
Box 23 Folder 23
1949-1959
Annual Reports on Research
Box 23 Folder 24
1922-1960
Research in Progress
Box 23 Folder 25-28
Miscellaneous Reports
1923-1926
Box 23 Folder 29
1923-1930
Memos, reports
Box 23 Folder 30
1924-1929
Faculty Studies in Home Economics
Box 23 Folder 31
1926
Report on Vital Research
Box 23 Folder 31
1925-1926
Research problems in Household Economy
Box 23 Folder 31
1927, 1929
Home Economics Research and Research Questionnaire
Box 23 Folder 32
1929-1930
Research in Foods and Nutrition Standards
Box 23 Folder 33
1930-1940
Cost of Living Research Program
Box 23 Folder 33
1932
Study of school lunchroom work in some New York State schools and form for reporting projects
Box 23 Folder 34
1935
Bills before Congress,
Box 23 Folder 34
1936
Research projects - Cornell Experiment Station
Box 23 Folder 35
1941-1946
Research projects - Memos and Research Agreements
Box 23 Folder 35
1946-1949
Medical Advisory Committee on Food and Nutrition Research and miscellaneous research materials
Box 23 Folder 36
Statement of Policy concerning research contracts, 1948; theses in Home Economics, 1948-1949; statement of patent policy, 1949; trends in Home Economics research, 1949
Box 23 Folder 37
Calendar of scheduled meetings and administrative dates 1950-1967
Box 23 Folder 38-40
Financing of research projects, 1952; memos and reports, 1953-57; contributions of research program to graduate programs, 1955; miscellaneous memos, 1955-1956
Box 23 Folder 41
Home Economics at university level 1956
Box 23 Folder 42
1957
The Forward Look in Home Economics Research
Box 23 Folder 43
1963
Report to Visiting Committee on Biological Science
Box 23 Folder 44-45
Textiles and Clothing Research
Box 23 Folder 46
History of Research and College Research Committee
Early history or research in Home Economics; College Committee on Research to Dean Canoyer, 1959; research policies and practices, 1957
Box 23 Folder 47
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
Box 23 Folder 48
Report of College Research Committee 1949-1952
Box 23 Folder 49
Report of College Research Committee,1946-1949; activities and discussions of the research committee, 1947-1955
Box 23 Folder 50
College Research Committee, 1947; Committee on Research and Graduate Study, 1932-1934; History of the Research Committee, 1932; historical review of research, 1925-1937
Box 23 Folder 51
1950-1957
Research - committee meetings
Box 23 Folder 52-57
1922-1931
Director of Research - correspondence
Box 23 Folder 56-58
Coordinator of Research in Home Economics (Catherine J. Personius)
Box 23 Folder 59
Research Studies
1930-1939
Posture studies
Box 84
Contains samples household work surveys done in Baldwin, New York in 1964 for the College of Home Economics
Box 89
1936
Farm Homemakers Use of Time - Thirteen volumes Genesee County
Batavia No. 11-114
Volume 1
Batavia No. 115-187
Volume 2
Batavia No. 190-303
Volume 3
Bergen No. 3-76
Volume 4
Bergen No. 78-171
Volume 5
Bethany No. 4-90
Volume 6
Bethany No. 95-175
Volume 7
Byron
Volume 8
Pavilion No. 2-93
Volume 9
Pavilion No. 94-181
Volume 10
Stafford No. 1-108
Volume 11
Stafford No. 111-196
Volume 12
Seasonal Records from all Townships
Volume 13
General Information
Early history of extension
Box 24 Folder 1
Extension correspondence to 1921 (including potato patriotism folder 6)
Box 24 Folder 2-10
Extension policy
Box 24 Folder 11-12
Extension schools
Box 24 Folder 13
Extension staff --- voting privilege
Box 24 Folder 14
Junior Extension
Box 24 Folder 15
Extension expense accounts - some early examples (before 1921)
Box 24 Folder 16
Extension teaching preparation for careers in extension
Box 24 Folder 17
Extension services in other states - correspondence to 1921
Box 24 Folder 18-19
Preparation of extension publications, to 1921
Box 24 Folder 20-21
Distribution, use of, and quotation from extension publications, to 1921
Box 24 Folder 22-25
Extension Publications Committee, to 1921
Box 24 Folder 26
New York State Extension Federation of 4-H Clubs
Box 24 Folder 27-28
miscellaneous extension materials
Box 24 Folder 29
Farmers' Wives Reading Course and Clubs
Early history
Box 24 Folder 30
Correspondence, to 1921
Box 24 Folder 31-43
Reading Course for Farm Home and Cornell Study Clubs; clippings
Box 24 Folder 44-47
Farmers' Wives Reading Course and Clubs - testimonials, to 1921
Box 24 Folder 48
Reading Course - letters from readers
Box 24 Folder 49-53
Envelopes - post cards from readers
Box 24 Folder 54-64
Envelopes - post cards from readers
Box 25 Folder 1-8
1901-1940
Reading Course testimonials on large index cards. see also: Box 46 for examples of booklets from Farmers' Wives Reading Course
Box 25 Folder 9-16
1903
Reading Course for the Farm Home Reports
Box 25 Folder 17-20
1915-1921
Problems of Extension Organization
Box 25 Folder 21-24
Cornell Study Clubs - Programs
Box 25 Folder 25
Study Clubs and Home Bureau: Rise of Home Bureau, Decline of Study Clubs
Box 25 Folder 26
Use of Other Communications Media
Early Radio Work
Box 25 Folder 27
State College Radio Committee
Box 25 Folder 28-29
1947-1948
Federal Movie of New York State College of Home Economics
Box 25 Folder 30-35
Cooperation in state and county fairs
Box 25 Folder 36
Publicists and advertisers, correspondence to 1921
Box 25 Folder 37
1939
Worlds Fair Exhibit
Box 25 Folder 38
1941-1943
Cooperative Extension work in Colleges of Agriculture and Home Economics, "Better Living on the Farm"
Box 25 Folder 39-40
1912-1920
"Victory Special" Train, correspondence
Box 25 Folder 41
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and R. H. Wheeler, Extension Professor, to 1921
Box 25 Folder 42
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and M. C. Burritt, Vice-Director of Extension, to 1921.
Box 25 Folder 43-48
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with A. R. Mann, to 1921
Box 25 Folder 49-58
1921
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with A. R. Mann
Box 25 Folder 59-60
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with L. H. Bailey, to 1921
Box 25 Folder 61-64
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with W. A. Stocking, to 1921
Box 25 Folder 65
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with Charles Tuck, to 1921
Box 25 Folder 66
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with George A. Works, to 1921
Box 25 Folder 67
Correspondence:Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with Cornelius Betten
Box 26 Folder 1-2
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with President Schurman, to 1921
Box 26 Folder 3
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with Agriculture professors, to 1921
Box 26 Folder 4-6
Correspondence: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose with non-Agriculture faculty, to 1921
Box 26 Folder 7
Correspondence with the Hoovers
Box 26 Folder 8
Correspondence with Franklin Roosevelt
Box 26 Folder 9
Correspondence with the Roosevelts
Box 26 Folder 10
1923-1941
Correspondence with Eleanor Roosevelt
Box 26 Folder 11-23
Correspondence with prominent figures
Box 26 Folder 24-25
Invitations and calling cards
Box 26 Folder 26
Miscellaneous correspondence (including correspondence about the death of Helen Canon; and correspondence concerning Belgium Medals of Honor-actual medals in boxes 111 and 112 (museum collection #'s 330-338)
Box 26 Folder 27
1919-1947
Photocopies of correspondence from the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library -to/from Martha Van Rensselaer and Franklin Roosevelt and to/from Louise Stanley and the Hoovers; Also copies of Eleanor Roosevelt's column "My Day" (1926-1947) with references to Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose
Box 110 Folder 1-2
Additional Correspondence
1916-1931
Martha Van Rensselaer
Box 102 Folder 1
1921
Martha Van Rensselaer
Box 59 Folder 4
1919-1946
Helen Canon
Box 59 Folder 3
1918-1921
MVR and Flora Rose with Mary Henry
Box 102 Folder 2
1910-1928
Flora Rose
Box 102 Folder 3
1929-1938
Flora Rose
Box 102 Folder 4
1940-1941
Flora Rose
Box 102 Folder 5
1941-1947
Flora Rose
Box 102 Folder 6
1950-1959
Flora Rose and interview with Flora Rose
Box 102 Folder 7
1931
Correspondence from Alumni Concerning the Appointment of a Woman Dean
Box 102 Folder 8
1931
Correspondence concerning two Native American Students in the College of Home Economics
Box 59 Folder
1944, 1947, 1962
Women's Positions
Box 102 Folder 9
1956-1964
Helen Canoyer-Correspondence and Speeches
Box 102 Folder 10
1939
Admissions Folder for a Student not Accepted
Box 102 Folder 12
1928
Exhibition Catalog from Costume Exhibition in the College, by Elsie Frost
Box 102 Folder 14
Orders for Entire Building - Department of Home Economics [H.A. = Household Art.]
Box 27 Folder 1-3
Acoustics; contains printed material
Box 27 Folder 4-5
Miscellaneous - includes fabric samples
Box 27 Folder 6
Estimates
Box 27 Folder 7
Kitchens - blueprint and printed material
Box 27 Folder 8
Labs - Psychological
Box 27 Folder 9
Cafeteria Lobby - includes sketches
Box 27 Folder 10
Room G/71
Box 27 Folder 11
Furniture - miscellaneous extras
Box 27 Folder 12
Building equipment - Doris Schumaker; Miss Brucher
Box 27 Folder 13
Requisitions - New Building 1929-1930
Box 27 Folder 14
H.A. Design and Crafts Lab - includes photographs and fabric samples
Box 27 Folder 15
H.A. equipment - old; with sketches
Box 27 Folder 16
H.A. storage - general (information about companies manufacturing building supplies)
Box 27 Folder 17-18
Labs - Clothing; Stenographic Room; Girl's Lounge; Exhibition Rooms; Class Rooms; Conference Rooms, Canon Reading; Labs. Food and Nutrition
Box 27 Folder 19
Recreation Room (pending) - with blueprints, sketches, fabric samples
Box 27 Folder 20
Design and crafts lab.; storage; draperies; H.A. color and Design Lab; H.A. office
Box 27 Folder 21
Supplies; House Planning & Furnishing Lab; Housemaking Apartments
Box 27 Folder 22
Building Equipment
1932-1933
Box 27 Folder 23
Census data
Box 27 Folder 24
Lines - Tables
Box 27 Folder 25
House Planning Flats; Grad Lounge; Freshman Reading Room; Waiting Room Costume Shop
Box 27 Folder 26
Corridor lockers (recessed); closets; furnishings
Box 27 Folder 27
Room G/71; Household Art Ext. Work Room
Box 27 Folder 28
1935-01
Supplies; Crafts laboratory (no equipment); H.A. office; Miss Blackmore's office - color and design lab
Box 27 Folder 29
1935-01
Office - Erway & Scott; Miss Marin's office,Room 401 - loft -- fabric samples and photographs
Box 27 Folder 30-31
Acoustics
Box 27 Folder 32-33
Floor treatments; printed materials
Box 27 Folder 34-38
Dryer; tracings of equipment; F & N; measurements; preliminary plans; other buildings - includes blueprints and sketches
Box 27 Folder 39
Reading Room includes blueprints, fabric samples
Box 27 Folder 40-42
Equipment - other buildings
Box 27 Folder 43-44
Room 325 H.A. department; New Building - financial; partitions; 404 Faculty Lounge
Box 27 Folder 45
Walls, curtains for offices - 1934; Empire Case Goods
Box 27 Folder 49
Waiting room; Faculty Lounge pending; Library; departmental equipment; apartments (current); apartments - nursery; H.A. dept. miscellaneous equipment
Box 27 Folder 46
Apartment - 1st floor; paint; plumbing
Box 27 Folder 47
New Building - blueprint requests; second-hand furniture; measurements, partition; Constant Temperature Room; telephones.71
Box 27 Folder 48
Walls, curtains for offices 1934; Empire Case Goods
Box 27 Folder 49
Furniture orders, furniture received; furnishings, miscellaneous, hardware; plans
Box 27 Folder 50
Pianos - victrolas; general storage; vacuum cleaners; ventilation; tables; telephones; committee - equipment; directory board - photographs
Box 27 Folder 51
Shades - printed material
Box 27 Folder 52-53
Syren Mocey Co. - filing systems - include blueprints and sketches
Box 27 Folder 54-55
Apartment B - fabric samples and photographs
Box 27 Folder 56-57
Correspondence - New Building
Box 27 Folder 58
1927-1931
Correspondence - New Building
Box 27 Folder 59
Apartment
Box 27 Folder 60
Office studies - includes blueprints
Box 27 Folder 61
Bids - New Building; New Building corrections
Box 27 Folder 62
College
Box 27 Folder 63
Ampitheatre -includes blueprints
Box 27 Folder 64
Cafeteria ? includes printed material, blueprints
Box 27 Folder 65-67
Dryer
Box 27 Folder 68
Labs - Chemistry - includes printed material
Box 27 Folder 69
Floors - includes printed material and blueprints
Box 27 Folder 70-72
Gas connection appliances; laundry; basement; Morin ? H.A.. office; Associate Director's office - includes sketches and blueprints
Box 28 Folder 1
Building key numbers - include photograph; building equipment miscellaneous
Box 28 Folder 2-3
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
Box 28 Folder 4
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
Box 28 Folder 5
Inventory
Box 28 Folder 6-7
Financial reimbursements - H.A
Box 28 Folder 8
Room 327 ? includes blueprints, samples, and printed material
Box 28 Folder 9-12
Room 401 - includes blueprints
Box 28 Folder 13
H.A. Dept. requirements building equipment
Box 28 Folder 14-15
Building Equipment owed to H.A. department by building Gen. & other departments; loaned equipment H.A. Department; paint formulae; B-5; B-8
Box 28 Folder 16
H.A. Department Fan Room; Room 314; Room 317; Room 318; Room 319; Room 321
Box 28 Folder 17
Room 322, Room 328; Room 3M-#; Room 3M-5; 3M-6; 3M-14; Student Work Room
Box 28 Folder 18
Mrs. Eddy - equipment; include samples, blueprints
Box 28 Folder 19-21
Sales Room; Ampitheatre, 1938; offices under Ampitheatre, 1939; building equipment - general; building equipment - Auditorium
Box 28 Folder 22
Chairs for staff offices (originals) - include samples
Box 28 Folder 23-25
Chairs for staff (duplicates)
Box 28 Folder 26-27
Chemistry Lab general, 339, 1938; Clerical Staff Restroom; Clerk's Restroom; corridor - second floor; Dye Lab, 1938; Faculty Lounge building equipment
Box 28 Folder 28
Building Equipment - financial - all departments; Girl's Smoking Room; building equipment - general; Graduate Lounge
Box 28 Folder 29
Building Equipment - lighting; building maintenance (Mrs. Wells - Mr. Davies); office - Caroline Morton, 1939; building equipment - procedure; Recreation Room Terrace
Box 28 Folder 30
Secretary's Office - building equipment
Box 28 Folder 31
Girl's Smoking Room; building equipment requests; Rose #2 - The Circle
Box 28 Folder 32
Building equipment Miss Rose's office; stenographic room; venetian blinds; Room 185
Box 28 Folder 33
Notes - New Building, extra copies
Box 28 Folder 34-39
Government Specifications, etc
Box 28 Folder 40
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall Floor Plans (revised) 1956
Box 100 Folder
Family Life
(Building equipment) - G-29
Box 28 Folder 41
(Building equipment) - G-52; building equipment Family Life; Apartment C; Student Work Room - B-9
Box 28 Folder 42
Student Guidance Room 3M11
Student Guidance - includes many samples
Box 28 Folder 43-47
Schumaker
Box 28 Folder 48-52
Schumaker Current
Box 29 Folder 1
Schumaker checked
Box 29 Folder 2
Economics of Households
Cushman Swartwood; Cushman Milks
Box 29 Folder 3
Cushman cabinets - include blueprints
Box 29 Folder 4-6
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
Box 29 Folder 7
Library
Room 117 Library Annex
Box 29 Folder 8-9
Library; Library - Present
Box 29 Folder 10
Institutional Management
Room 114
Box 29 Folder 11-13
Cafeteria; Green Room (includes 1938 menu)
Box 29 Folder 14
Publicity Department
Room 314 - Mrs. Phillips
Box 29 Folder 15
Extension Equipment
Grace Henderson -- equipment; Heywood Room 256
Box 29 Folder 16
Foods and Nutrition
360
Box 29 Folder 17
Research Laboratory; Room 360
Box 29 Folder 18
Miss Hauck - Room 303
Box 29 Folder 19
Clothing
Clothing, General; Room 243 (M. Brasie); Room 205 (Ruth Scott); Room 206 (Humphrey); Julie Strahan - Room 303; Room 209
Box 29 Folder 20
Hotel Administration
Hotel Administration; Room 203 (Meeks)
Box 29 Folder 21
Household Management
Duplicate orders; departmental furnishings - current; building equipment furniture; orders pending
Box 29 Folder 22
Housing of Home Economics at Cornell Before MVR Hall
Home Economics Building (now Comstock Hall): construction
Box 29 Folder 23
Home Economics Building - correspondence and advertising matter for equipment and miscellaneous products, to 1921
Box 29 Folder 24-31
Home Economics Building - maintenance, correspondence to 1921
Box 29 Folder 32
Specifications, Other Data on Construction of MVR Hall
Auditorium - includes blueprints
Box 29 Folder 33
Revised budgets
Box 29 Folder 34-35
Mr. Davies, Building Engineer
Box 29 Folder 36
Screens
Box 29 Folder 37
Budget
Box 29 Folder 38
Graduate Lounge - includes sketches and blueprint
Box 29 Folder 39
Girl's Lounge - includes sketches and blueprint
Box 29 Folder 40
Basement apartment kitchen - includes blueprint
Box 29 Folder 41
Labs and kitchen specifications H6
Box 29 Folder 42
Steel locker specifications
Box 29 Folder 43
Cafeteria specifications
Box 29 Folder 44
Steel kitchen specifications
Box 29 Folder 45
Wood office furniture specifications
Box 29 Folder 46
Specifications - includes blueprints
Box 29 Folder 47-53
Estimate of equipment for nursery school
Box 29 Folder 54
Affidavits and warranties
Box 30 Folder 1-5
Home Economics - correspondence; includes blueprints
Box 30 Folder 6-12
Education Division; requests
Box 30 Folder 13
Correspondence - general - includes blueprints
Box 30 Folder 14-15
Specifications
Box 30 Folder 16-18
Maps
Box 30 Folder 19
Observation screen
Box 30 Folder 20
Correspondence memoranda
Box 30 Folder 21
Completed drawings
Box 30 Folder 22-25
Office material
Box 30 Folder 26-27
Clothing Laboratories - Beulah Blackmore
Box 30 Folder 28-29
Floor Plans - office
Box 30 Folder 30-31
Fans; practice apartment kitchen
Box 30 Folder 32
Ampitheatre kitchen - includes blueprint and sketch
Box 30 Folder 33
First floor- lounge/kitchen - includes blueprint
Box 30 Folder 34
Men's lounge/kitchen
Box 30 Folder 35
Estimate of equipment for Food and Nutrition Department
Box 30 Folder 36-37
Estimate of equipment for general
Box 30 Folder 38-39
Estimates no: 9860-65
Box 30 Folder 40-41
New Building equipment
Box 30 Folder 42-43
Estimate of equipment for Home Economics Building
Box 30 Folder 44-48
Offices 7/7/33
Box 30 Folder 49
Schumacher Doris Apartment - includes fabric samples
Box 30 Folder 50
Auditorium 1/66 current - includes fabric samples, blueprint
Box 30 Folder 51-52
4/8 - includes blueprint
Box 30 Folder 53
H.A. Department equipment budget - includes samples, photographs, and blueprints 1935 $2500 Morin
Box 30 Folder 54-55
Wood contract 7/7/33; 4/1 - current
Box 30 Folder 56
Tea Room 1/70 - includes photographs and sketches
Box 30 Folder 57
Lamps - includes samples and photographs
Box 31 Folder 1
Lighting - includes printed material
Box 31 Folder 2-3
Cassidy Co - includes photographs
Box 31 Folder 4
Material belonging to Mr. Syren - includes photographs, blueprints, samples, sketches
Box 31 Folder 5-6
Mr. Syren WF current - includes photographs
Box 31 Folder 7-8
Auditorium - foyer
Box 31 Folder 9
Building - Seminar Canon - includes sketches and photographs
Box 31 Folder 10
3/60 building Equipment
Box 31 Folder 11
Equipment H.A. Department
Box 31 Folder 12-13
Floors Current; rooms to be done
Box 31 Folder 14
4/21; 4/34 Monsch; offices current
Box 31 Folder 15
Old furnishings; Director 1/82; chairs - general building
Box 31 Folder 16
General requisitions; curtains
Box 31 Folder 17
Graduate Lounge; building - structural
Box 31 Folder 18
Specifications original
Box 31 Folder 19
H.A. Department equipment budget 1935: $2500 Scidmore
Box 31 Folder 20
New Building equipment extras
Box 31 Folder 21
Household Arts
Box 31 Folder 22
Hart Dye Lab-as-checked; building equipment - screens
Box 31 Folder 23
Library
Box 31 Folder 24
Cubage
Box 31 Folder 25-26
Smaller equipment 7/7/33; Blewer kitchen; venetian blinds; building equipment Mrs. R. G. Smith 2/1
Box 31 Folder 27
New Building - rooms for study
Box 31 Folder 28
Faye Sellbach Household Arts 140; sound equipment; Food and Nutrition Studies
Box 31 Folder 29
Electrical; clocks
Box 31 Folder 30
Blackboards and bulletin boards; ink filling stations
Box 31 Folder 31
Measurements - original
Box 31 Folder 32-33
Furnishings to select - Morin Scidmore; Humidity Room
Box 31 Folder 34
Notes - New Building
Box 31 Folder 35
Lodge - nursery - includes floor plans
Box 31 Folder 36
Dining Room 3/60 - includes photograph, sketches, and sample
Box 31 Folder 37
Nursery School
Box 31 Folder 38
Additions, Repairs, Maintenance - 1933-1954
Buildings, furniture, etc
Box 31 Folder 39
Annex - Home Economics - 1947; Home Economics Annex * 1947-1951
Box 31 Folder 40
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall equipment 1933-1935
Box 31 Folder 41-43
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall - Building - includes blueprints
Box 31 Folder 44-46
$25,000 Building Equipment Fund - 1935
Box 31 Folder 47
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall New $25,000 Building Equipment Fund 1935-1936
Box 31 Folder 48
MVR Hall - Building Equipment Fund 1936-1937
Box 31 Folder 49-50
MVR Hall - Building Equipment Fund 1937-1938
Box 31 Folder 51
Department of Buildings and Grounds 1932-1937
Box 31 Folder 52-53
Plantings in front of MVR Hall 1939
Box 31 Folder 54
Building 1939-1951
Box 31 Folder 55
Building equipment 1939; mural in Ampitheater 1937
Box 31 Folder 56
Building repairs 1940-1946
Box 31 Folder 57-59
New Homemaking Apartment Building 1942-1946
Box 31 Folder 60
Building space study *** 1939-1945
Box 32 Folder 1-2
Laboratory 401 - equipment 1944; guide to MVR Hall, 1954
Box 32 Folder 3
Major building changes ***** 1950
Box 32 Folder 4
Roosevelt desk in Faculty Lounge
Box 32 Folder 5
I. History - Martha Van Rensselaer Hall - conference - March 3, 1927; includes correspondence - Eleanor Roosevelt 1927
Box 32 Folder 6-8
II. History - Martha Van Rensselaer Hall - meeting - February 6, 1928 - September 28, 1928 - includes Eleanor Roosevelt
Box 32 Folder 9-11
III. History - Martha Van Rensselaer Hall - conference an dinner, November 10, 1928; includes correspondence Eleanor Roosevelt October - November 1928
Box 32 Folder 12-13
IV. History - Martha Van Rensselaer Hall ? appropriated $475,000.00 naming of Hall - includes clippings
Box 32 Folder 14-16
Dedication of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall - 1934 ? includes printed material and newspaper clippings
Box 32 Folder 17-18
Dedication letters A-Z and miscellany
Box 32 Folder 19-34
Cornerstone laying and dedication plans, correspondence, telegrams, department material & printed material, and newspaper clippings
Box 32 Folder 35-38
Miscellaneous dedication of MVR Hall - Farm & Home Week, 1934 - includes correspondence, speeches, printed material, press releases, and newspaper clippings
Box 32 Folder 39-45
MVR Hall - miscellaneous correspondence
Box 32 Folder 46
MVR Hall - accomplished
Box 32 Folder 47
MVR Hall - early plans
Box 32 Folder 48
MVR Hall - plans for building measurements
Box 32 Folder 49
MVR Hall - information concerning New Building
Box 32 Folder 50
MVR Hall - Building Committee, 1926 - Miss Spohn, Chrm
Box 32 Folder 51
MVR Hall - blueprints not used and duplicates
Box 32 Folder 52-53
Miscellaneous Home Economics Department bulletins and conference printed items
Box 32 Folder 54
Questionnaire from Ohio State University about Cornell Home Economics graduates
Box 32 Folder 55
Miscellaneous newspaper clippings, including some about Eleanor Roosevelt
Box 32 Folder 56
History: Martha Van Rensselaer
Family history - early letters 1875-1919
Box 33 Folder 1
Letters 1923-25
Box 33 Folder 2
Letters 1926, 1928, 1930, n.d
Box 33 Folder 3
Miscellaneous family papers
Box 33 Folder 4
Correspondence and sketches of family crest
Box 33 Folder 5
Printed invitations and announcements, greeting card with photograph, several unidentified photographs
Box 33 Folder 6
Printed material including Caroline M. Percival's 1957 biography of MVR
Box 33 Folder 7
Newspaper clippings
Box 33 Folder 8
MVR - early Cattaraugus school district material
Box 33 Folder 9
Newspsper clippings and telegram
Box 33 Folder 10
Letters about Commissionership 1886-1892
Box 33 Folder 12
Telegrams about Commissionership 1893
Box 33 Folder 13
Letters about Commissionership 1893
Box 33 Folder 14-15
Letters about Commissionership 1896-1900, 1922
Box 33 Folder 16
Papers about Commissionership
Box 33 Folder 17
Teachers Institute during Commissionership
Box 33 Folder 18
1875-1886
Letters from MVR's father
Box 33 Folder 19
1887-1889
Letters from MVR's father
Box 33 Folder 20
Letters from MVR's father, 1890-1891
Box 33 Folder 21
Letters from MVR's father, 1892
Box 33 Folder 22
Letters from MVR's father, 1895-1896, 1900
Box 33 Folder 23
Letters from MVR's father, 1901-1902, n.d
Box 33 Folder 24
1918-1932
Correspondence of MVR, including correspondence from Jane Addams (of Hull House, Chicago); Carrie Chapman Catt; Mrs. Henry Morgenthau, Jr.; Ida M. Tarbell; Eleanor Roosevelt and others
Box 33 Folder 25-27
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
Box 33 Folder 28-33
Correspondence with "Uncle John" 1906-1910
Box 33 Folder 34
1900-1921
Personal correspondence
Box 33 Folder 35-43
MVR - administrative policy
Box 33 Folder 44
MVR - courses - Woman in the Family and Woman in Industry, 1917-1918
Box 33 Folder 45
MVR - portrait
Box 33 Folder 46
MVR - class notes for Course III - divisions include bibliography, divorce, civilization; decalogue, examination; feudalism; general, labor; outlines, Renaissance, revolution, and Roman
Box 33 Folder 47-50
Outside interests, travels, honors
MVR's 25th Anniversary at College - letters, telegrams, newspaper clippings
Box 33 Folder 51-54
MVR - appointments
Box 33 Folder 55
MVR - Better Homes in America Campaign, 1923; MVR - President Conference on Home Building and ownership, 1931
Box 33 Folder 56
Work for Randolph School
Box 33 Folder 57-58
Work on behalf of Madame Curie - including letter from Herbert Hoover and announcement of the Marie Curie Radium Fund Committee
Box 33 Folder 59-60
Article on pedometer study in New York World, May 27, 1900
Box 33 Folder 61
"Boys and Girls" and "Children's magazine" (Martha Van Rensselaer)
Box 33 Folder 62
Tale of Miss Van Rensselaer's Pig
Box 33 Folder 63
Honors and opportunities
Box 33 Folder 64-65
1920
National American Woman Suffrage Association certificate given to Martha Van Rensselaer (MVR) and signed by Carrie Chapman Catt
Mapcase DD-14
1926
Program from the American Woman’s Association meeting at Madison Square Garden – MVR was a speaker
Mapcase DD-14
1920
Certificate given to MVR, designating her as a delegate to represent New York State at the Women’s National Congress
Mapcase DD-14
1905
Certificate stating that MVR is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution
Mapcase DD-14
1917-1918
Certificate in appreciation of MVR’s service to the United States Food Administration
Mapcase DD-14
1913
Certificate given to MVR designating her as a delegate to represent New York State at the International Dry-Farming Congress
Mapcase DD-14
1930
Certificate from the New York State College of Teachers, conferring on her the degree of Doctor of Pedagogy
Mapcase DD-14
1930
Article from The Sunday Star, Washington, DC – “Fifty Foremost Women” by Ida Tarbell
Mapcase DD-14
1930
Article from the New York Evening World, “Ability and Initiative, With Will to Carry on, Mark Women Leaders”
Mapcase DD-14
1926
Article from The World, “Women Honor Forty-Nine as the Leaders of Their Sex in the Country”
Mapcase DD-14
1925
Article from The Ithaca Journal, “MVR Honored By Many Friends and Associates on 25th Anniversary of Her Work at Cornell”
Mapcase DD-14
February 23,1930
Article from Syracuse Herald, Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt at Farm and Home Week, including image of FDR at Ithaca's Reconstruction Home
Mapcase DD-14
February 18,1934
Article from New York Herald Times, “A Triumph of Home Economics" on the dedication of MVR Hall
Mapcase DD-14
Senatorial campaign
Box 34 Folder 1
Miss Van Rensselaer's letters from Florida
Box 34 Folder 2
1923
Miss Van Rensselaer's letters from Europe
Box 34 Folder 3
Death of Martha Van Rensselaer: obituary notices, announcements
Box 34 Folder 4
Death of Martha Van Rensselaer: letters of sympathy, May 1932 (fld. 5); June 1-15, 1932 (fld. 6)
Box 34 Folder 5-6
Death of Martha Van Rensselaer: letters of sympathy, June 16-December 12, 1932 (fld.7); telegrams, lists, funeral flower cards (fld. 8)
Box 34 Folder 7-8
Death of Martha Van Rensselaer: resolutions adopted by various groups
Box 34 Folder 9
Death of Martha Van Rensselaer: Journal of Home Economics article
Box 34 Folder 10
Short stories by Martha Van Rensselaer
Box 34 Folder 11
1892-1939
Speeches and articles by Martha Van Rensselaer
Box 34 Folder 12-13
Memorial Library - Randolph
Box 34 Folder 14
Correspondence re Martha Van Rensselaer; bookshelf prior to move to Mann Library
Box 34 Folder 15
Martha Van Rensselaer bookshelf in Albert R. Mann. Library
Box 34 Folder 16
Biography of Martha Van Rensselaer by Carolyn M. Percival
Box 34 Folder 17
Miscellaneous biographical data on Martha Van Rensselaer
Box 34 Folder 18
Miscellaneous biographical sketches of Martha Van Rensselaer
Box 34 Folder 19
November 19, 1992
Kathleen Babbitt on Martha Van Rensselaer
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Part of the Notable American Women: Writing Feminist Biography series
Newspaper Clippings - 12 famous women. (Oversize clippings on notable women located in mapcase drawer.)
Box 34 Folder 20-21
1907-1932
Newspaper Clippings - Most concerning Martha Van Rensselaer
Box 34 Folder 22
Miscellany
Box 34 Folder 23
May 19, 1913-April 12, 1915
Home Economics staff meetings (minutes)
Box 34 Folder 24
June 8, 1915-March 3, 1919
Home Economics staff meetings (minutes) and index
Box 34 Folder 25
Horne Economics staff meetings (minutes) September 30, 1919-December 5, 1921
Box 34 Folder 26
January 10, 1922-January 20, 1925
Home Economics staff meetings (minutes)and index
Box 34 Folder 27
Flora Rose - family background
Box 34 Folder 28
Flora Rose - life before Cornell days
Box 34 Folder 29
Articles about Flora Rose
Box 34 Folder 30
Personal correspondence of and about Flora Rose 1906-1924 (f1d.3 1931-70, n.d. (fld. 32)
Box 34 Folder 31-32
Correspondence of Flora Rose with Homemakers on food problems, to 1921
Box 34 Folder 33
Correspondence of Flora Rose with newspaper, magazine and book editors, to 1921
Box 34 Folder 34
Letters from Flora Rose 1923
Box 34 Folder 35
Letters - Flora Rose to staff 1928-1929 (while at Teachers' College)
Box 34 Folder 36
Letters of Flora Rose to staff 1932-1938 (fld. 37); 1940-1944 (fld. 38)
Box 34 Folder 37-38
Interview with Flora Rose c. 1953 with Mary Phillips
Box 34 Folder 39
Family Life Course 111, 1929 (Flora Rose)
Box 34 Folder 40
Flora Rose's class notes - Family Life 300
Box 34 Folder 41
Report on survey of Belgian children - Flora Rose, 1923
Box 34 Folder 42-44
note: See also War Relief material (Boxes 17-19); original statistical data (Box 52) collected by Flora Rose during her study of the nutrition of Belgian children following world war I; also 78 oversized folders of statistical sheets arranged by cities; and printed pamphlets (in French) in Box 52
Miss Rose's Nutrition Health Study of 5,000 Belgian School Children, 1923
Correspondence, criticism of, and outline of thesis; directions for presenting to committee; also includes printed forms used and tables 1922-1928
Box 52 Folder 1
Chapters I-VI; with photographs of some graphs
Box 52 Folder 2-6
Notes and papers used in thesis (fld. 15 has many pinned pages)
Box 52 Folder 7-18
Tables
Box 52 Folder 19-20
Handwritten and typescript drafts (marked "Kill but Keep")
Box 52 Folder 21-23
Papers on topics including vitamins, insulin, and rickets
Box 52 Folder 24
Miscellaneous notes, pages, and papers
Box 52 Folder 25-26
Belgian medals
Box 111 and 112 MU#330-338
1923
Applications for housing- Belgian-(oversized)
Box 40
These items were removed from box 52 and transferred to box 40
Scrapbook-type item (without covers) - letters to editor of the Delineator, 1922-1923
Box 53
Clippings from the Delineator mounted on oaktag pages, 1919-1920
Box 53
Pages from the Delineator, 1921-23
Box 53 Folder 1
Pages from the Delineator, 1919-1924
Box 53 Folder 2
Clippings from the Delineator (mounted), 1921
Box 54 Folder
"Home Economics Scrap Book for 1923" - Delineator articles, mounted
Box 54
"Home Helps Scrap Book, 1923-1925" - mounted Delineator articles
Box 54
Typed list of Delineator articles authored by MVR; loose Delineator articles
Box 54 Folder 1
Governor's Commission on Rural Homes - Flora Rose, 1931
Box 35 Folder 1
International Management Congress - Flora Rose, 1938
Box 35 Folder 2-3
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)
Box 35 Folder 4-7
Milbank Fund Experiment, Cattaraugus County, continued 1926 (fld. 8); 1927 (fld. 9); 1928, n.d. (fld. 10)
Box 35 Folder 8-10
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)
Box 35 Folder 11-14
Milk Publicity Bureau - Flora Rose: September 1934-January 1936 (fld. 15); printed material (fld. 16)
Box 35 Folder 15-16
Mount Morris Tuberculosis Sanatorium - Flora Rose, 1939-1040
Box 35 Folder 17
Rural Electrification Committee - Flora Rose, 1935 (fld- 18)
Box 35 Folder 18-21
World Dairy Congress Association - Flora Rose, 1923
Box 35 Folder 22
Articles by Flora Rose
Box 35 Folder 23
Flora Rose - notes and manuscripts of her speeches; 1923-1938 (fld. 24); n.d. (fld. 25)
Box 35 Folder 24-25
Miss Rose - committees - organizations, subscriptions, etc.1932-1936
Box 35 Folder 26
Portrait Fund - Miss Rose
Box 35 Folder 27
Miss Rose's portrait
Box 35 Folder 28
Transcription of interview: Miss Flora Rose and Mrs. Mary G. Phillips, October 27, 1954
Box 35 Folder 29
Personal relationship: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose
Box 35 Folder 30
Flora Rose: biographical sketches and data
Box 35 Folder 31
Inauguration of Governor Lehman - Flora Rose
Box 35 Folder 32
Resolutions on Miss Rose's retirement - 1940
Box 35 Folder 33
Flora Rose - Retirement Dinner, 1940: September 1937- June 1940 (folder 34); June 1940-April 1951, n.d. (folder 35)
Box 35 Folder 34-35
Death of Flora Rose
Box 35 Folder 36
Newspaper clippings about Flora Rose
Box 35 Folder 37
Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose - appointment as first women professors at Cornell University
Box 35 Folder 38
Manual of Homemaking: Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose - 1914-1915 (fld. 39); 1916-1920 (fld. 40); 1921-1925 (fld. 41); miscellany (fld. 42)
Box 35 Folder 39-42
Tea rooms operated by Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose
Box 35 Folder 43
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)
Box 35 Folder 44-48
Roosevelt Inaugurals - invitations to MVR & FR
Box 35 Folder 49
White House Conference on Child Health, November 19-22, 1930
WHC correspondence, 1929
Box 56 Folder 1
WHC correspondence, 1930
Box 56 Folder 2
WHC correspondence, 1931
Box 56 Folder 3
WHC correspondence, 1932
Box 56 Folder 4
White House Conference
Box 56 Folder 5-10
WHC abstracts and papers
Box 56 Folder 11
WHC paper: The Management of Activities and Abilities in the Home; Ruth Lindquist
Box 56 Folder 12
WHC: MVR papers
Box 56 Folder 13
WHC: MVR papers
Box 57 Folder 1
WHC follow-up
Box 57 Folder 2-5
WHC printed material
Box 57 Folder 6-7
WHC Happenings
Box 57 Folder 8
WHC clippings
Box 57 Folder 9
Health Education Program reports
Box 57 Folder 10
Nutrition Program reports
Box 57 Folder 11
1944
Clara Brown (Arney) - evaluation of the College
Box 36 Folder 1-4
Home Economics Faculty: Hazel M. Hauck and M. G. Phillips
Box 36 Folder 5
Home Economics Faculty: K. Reeves
Box 36 Folder 6
Home Economics Faculty: A. J. Warner
Box 36 Folder 7
Sarah G. Blanding (folder 9 includes photographs)
Box 36 Folder 8-9
1941
Sarah Blanding's reception
Box 36 Folder 10-11
Dean Helen Canoyer (mostly press releases)
Box 36 Folder 12
Early writings on philosophy of Home Economics Education; miscellaneous historical data
Box 36 Folder 13
Home Economics at Cornell
Box 36 Folder 14
1900
Bill to promote instruction and research in Home Economics
Box 36 Folder 15
Outlines of History of Home Economics at Cornell
Box 36 Folder 16-18
Newspaper clippings, other mementos of early history of Home Economics at Cornell
Box 36 Folder 19
1919-12-05
Advisory Group of Citizens Meeting
Box 36 Folder 20
1919-12-08-1919-12-09
Advisory Group of Citizens Meeting
Box 36 Folder 21
1919-12-17
Advisory Group of Citizens Meeting
Box 36 Folder 22
1920-01-09
Advisory Group of Citizens Meeting
Box 36 Folder 23
MVR and FR awards
Box 36 Folder 24
Belgium - Decoration
Box 36 Folder 25
Case for Van Rensselaer and Rose medals from Belgium
Box 36 Folder 26
1923
Letters from Belgium: Miss Van Rensselaer, Miss Rose
Box 36 Folder 27
Work in Belgium: Miss Rose & Miss Van Rensselaer - correspondence - including Herbert Hoover, Belgium, etc
Box 36 Folder 28-31
1919
Establishing School of Home Economics
Box 36 Folder 32
1919
College Bill -- work on
Box 36 Folder 33
1919-11-18-1919-11-19
Advisory Group of Citizens Meeting
Box 36 Folder 34-36
1920
College Bill work on
Box 36 Folder 37-42
1921-1922
College Bill work on
Box 36 Folder 43
1923
College Bill work on
Box 36 Folder 44-49
1924
College Bill work on
Box 36 Folder 50-53
1925
College Bill - work on
Box 36 Folder 54-55
Proposed College of Home Economics - resolutions of organizations
Box 36 Folder 56
Proposed College of Home Economics - reports of conferences
Box 36 Folder 57
Proposed College of Home Economics - legislative bills
Box 36 Folder 58
1920-1921
Proposed College of Home Economics - teaching work report
Box 37 Folder 1
1920-1921
Proposed College of Home Economics - Extension work
Box 37 Folder 2
Proposed College of Home Economics - Advisory Committee
Box 37 Folder 3
Miscellaneous data on College Bill (undated)
Box 37 Folder 4
1925
Celebration of passage of College Bill
Box 37 Folder 5
1909-1910
College Annual Report
Box 37 Folder 6
1910-1911
College Annual Report
Box 37 Folder 7
1912-1913
College Annual Report
Box 37 Folder 8
1913-1914
College Annual Report
Box 37 Folder 9
1915-1916
College Annual Report
Box 37 Folder 10
1916-1917
College Annual Report
Box 37 Folder 11
1917-1918
College Annual Report
Box 37 Folder 12
1917-1920
College Annual Report
Box 59 Folder 2
1918-1919
College Annual Report
Box 37 Folder 13
1919-1920
College Annual Report
Box 37 Folder 14
1920-1921
College Annual Report
Box 37 Folder 15
1921-1922
College Annual Report
Box 37 Folder 16
1922-1923
College Annual Report
Box 37 Folder 17
1923-1924
College Annual Report
Box 37 Folder 18
1936-08-15
Development and Trends in the organization of the New York State College of Home Economics
Box 37 Folder 19
1941
Various reports
Box 37 Folder 20
"Development of Home Economics at Cornell University" - (photocopy and mimeograph)
Box 37 Folder 21
"Pioneering in Educational Administration" (mostly carbon typescript): pp. 1-50
Box 37 Folder 22
"Pioneering in Educational Administration" - pp. 51-100
Box 37 Folder 23
"Pioneering in Educational Administration" - pp. 101-150
Box 37 Folder 24
"Pioneering in 'Educational Administration" - pp. 151-199
Box 37 Folder 25
Home Economics Faculty Legislation
Box 37 Folder 26
Department of Housing and Design
Box 37 Folder 27
Archives - Department of Housing and Design
Box 37 Folder 28
Departmental Archives - desk file
Box 37 Folder 29
1940
Flora Rose's College History - original - (with many pins), annual report
Box 38 Folder 1-7
1940 Annual Report. A Growing College: Home Economics at Cornell University, Part 11, 1940-1965, by Esther H. Stocks. (carbon typescript)
Box 38 Folder 8-14
Notes by Martha Van Rensselaer about herself
Box 38 Folder 15
Oversize Photographs
Winter Course 1912-13. Some of those in the front row are staff. From left, they are: _____, ____, ____, Helen Knowlton, Helen Binkerd Young, Martha Van Rensselaer, Liberty Hyde Bailey, Flora Rose, Clara Browning, Anna Hunn, _____, _____, _____, _____
Box 40 Folder 1
1914-1915
Winter Course
Box 40 Folder 2
1912-1913
Winter Course
Box 40 Folder 3
Foods Laboratory
Box 40 Folder 4
Foods Laboratory
Box 40 Folder 5
Formal Dinner
Box 40 Folder 6
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
Box 40 Folder 7
Etching done by Anna Botsford Comstock. (Series XIII)
Box 40 Folder 8
Manuscript of "Candle-Lighting" song (with descriptive letter). (Series XIII)
Box 40 Folder 9
1928
Mounted photograph of Martha Van Rensselaer
Box 40 Folder 10
1919
Mounted photograph of Martha Van Rensselaer, Spring
Box 40 Folder 11
Mounted photograph of Martha Van Rensselaer
Box 40 Folder 12
1912-1914
Mounted photograph of Martha Van Rensselaer: A good likeness, and a photograph that both Miss Van Rensselaer and Miss Rose considered good. circa
Box 40 Folder 13
Mounted photograph of Martha Van Rensselaer
Box 40 Folder 14
Mounted copy of Martha Van Rensselaer's portrait
Box 40 Folder 15
Mounted photograph of Madame Curie, with annotated calling card
Box 40 Folder 16
1939
Mural, College of Home Economics, World's Fair
Correspondence, transparency and lists Negatives for pictures labeled: left side of mural
Box 41 Folder 1
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
Box 41 Folder 2
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
Box 41 Folder 3
Negatives for pictures labeled: right-side of mural
8x10 a. aerial view of group of buildings b. community kitchen c. family group d. buying and inspection of furniture e. family at: work in kitchen (grooming clothes)
Box 41 Folder 4
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
Box 41 Folder 5
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
Box 41 Folder 6
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
Box 41 Folder 7
Other Negatives
8x10 "Food Weighting." Student in research laboratory:
Box 41 Folder 8
1915-1918
4x5 Extension-demonstration on foundation garments
Box 41 Folder 9
4x5 Demonstration of use of dress form
Box 41 Folder 10
4x5 Health exercises at recess under direction of a teacher
Box 41 Folder 11
4x5 Pratt Institute
Box 41 Folder 12
4x5 Main business office in home economics building, 1924
Box 41 Folder 13
4x5 Onondaga Indian women can vegetables
Box 41 Folder 14
4x5 Home Bureau
Box 41 Folder 15
4x5 Extension demonstration on use of dress form
Box 41 Folder 16
4x5 Farmers' Wives Club around 1915.'
Box 41 Folder 17
4x5 Junior Extension food demonstration, around 1920's
Box 41 Folder 18
4x5 Rural school children brushing teeth, around 1918
Box 41 Folder 19
4x5 Cooking laboratory, around 1915-1920
Box 41 Folder 20
4x5 Home economics laboratory, around 1910-1920
Box 41 Folder 21
4x5 Foods laboratory, Winter Course, 1909-1911
Box 41 Folder 22
4x5 Weighing and measuring local school children, around 1918
Box 41 Folder 23
4x5 Monthly visit of Extension agent to local school
Box 41 Folder 24
4x5 Nutrition clinic in local school, around 1918
Box 41 Folder 25
4x5 Home economics cafeteria, around 1915
Box 41 Folder 26
4x5 Noon hour in home economics cafeteria, around 1915
Box 41 Folder 27
4x5 Series showing how child can help in home, no date
Box 41 Folder 28
4x5 After dinner at Lodge, 1920
Box 41 Folder 29
4x5 Naptime for Lodge baby, 1918-1920
Box 41 Folder 30
4x5 Laboratory and drafting room for housing and design (Comstock Hall), 1920
Box 41 Folder 31
4x5 Christmas in Lodge apartment, around 1920. This negative is backwards -- should always be printed emulsion up
Box 41 Folder 32
4x5 Living room of Lodge used for homemaking practice, around 1920
Box 41 Folder 33
4x5 Exterior of Lodge, 1920
Box 41 Folder 34
4x5 Senior night ceremony, around 1920
Box 41 Folder 35
4x5 Float in unidentified parade, around 1915-1920
Box 41 Folder 36
4x5 Afternoon tea in homemaking apartment, 1920
Box 41 Folder 37
4x5 Institution management students inspect local warehouse, 1920
Box 41 Folder 38
4x5 Ruth Kellogg, shoulder seams, around 1918
Box 41 Folder 39
4x5 School exhibit on value of milk, around 1918
Box 41 Folder 40
4x5 Cooking class in school of Home Economics, around 1920
Box 41 Folder 41
4x5 Domestic science room at James E. Yeaton High School, St. Louis, Missouri
Box 41 Folder 42
4x5 Home economics at other schools
Box 41 Folder 43-47
4x5 Correspond to proofs on index cards, Box 39, folder 48.No. 1278
Box 41 Folder 48
4x5 No. 4849
Box 41 Folder 49
4x5 No. 4850
Box 41 Folder 50
4x5 No. 4851
Box 41 Folder 51
4x5 No. 4852
Box 41 Folder 52
4x5 No. 4853
Box 41 Folder 53
4x5 No. 4854
Box 41 Folder 54
4x5 No. 4855
Box 41 Folder 55
4x5 No. 4856
Box 41 Folder 56
4x5 No. 4857
Box 41 Folder 57
4x5 No.4890
Box 41 Folder 58
4x5 Unidentified negatives, exteriors
Box 41 Folder 59-61
4x5 Unidentified negatives, interior laboratory scenes
Box 41 Folder 62-64
4x5 Unidentified negatives, interior classroom and lecture scenes
Box 41 Folder 65-66
various Miscellaneous unidentified negatives
Box 41 Folder 67
4x5 Series on child helping in the home
Box 41 Folder 68
4x5 Building floor plans
Box 41 Folder 69
4x5 Martha Van Rensselaer Hall & Martha Van Rensselaer
Box 41 Folder 70
5x7 Martha Van Rensselaer family. Corresponds to Box 55, Folder 2, Item 26. Possibly nitrate
Box 41 Folder 71
5x7 Martha Van Rensselaer. Corresponds to Box 55, Folder 2, Item 27. Possibly nitrate
Box 41 Folder 72
Oversize Glass Negatives Concerning Food Preparation
Box 106 Folder 1-5
1931-1932
3 boxes of Oversize Glass Negatives (5.5" x 7.5")of Nursery School Children
Box 59
Two file boxes of color slides: Practice House and Nutrition Class Youngsters, ca. 1944
Box 42
Glass Slides
Box 43
Martha Van Rensselaer
Scanned photographs from Box 55
Box 108 CD-#748
Portrait of General Solomon Van Rensselaer, half-brother of David S. Van Rensselaer, who was Martha Van Rensselaer's grandfather
Item no. 1
Box 55 Folder 1
Portrait of K.K. Van Rensselaer, a close relative (brother?) of Solomon
Item no. 2
Box 55 Folder 1
David S. Van Rensselaer, M.D., a homeopathic physician and grandfather of Martha Van Rensselaer. Tintype
Item no. 3
Box 55 Folder 1
Minnie Seager Van Rensselaer, of Randolph, NY, an unidentified relative of Martha Van Rensselaer
Item no. 4
Box 55 Folder 1
All portraits of Arvilla Gwen Van Rensselaer, mother of Martha Van Rensselaer
Item no. 5-13
Box 55 Folder 1
All portraits of Henry Killian Van Rensselaer, father of Martha Van Rensselaer
Item no. 14-16
Box 55 Folder 1
Paired portraits of Martha Van Rensselaer's parents in black, padded folder
Item no. 17
Box 55 Folder 2
Ellen E. Van Rensselaer, half-sister of Martha Van Rensselaer
Item no. 18
Box 55 Folder 2
Killian Van Rensselaer as an infant. Relationship is not given, but name is an old family one, used many times
Item no. 19-20
Box 55 Folder 2
_____ Owen, an uncle of Martha Van Rensselaer
Item no. 21
Box 55 Folder 2
Heavily lacquered photograph of Martha Van Rensselaer as a young woman, with Jessie Owen, whose relationship is not given
Item no. 22
Box 55 Folder 2
Supposedly Martha Van Rensselaer as an infant, but identification is questioned on photo
Item no. 23
Box 55 Folder 2
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
Item no. 24
Box 55 Folder 2
Photo arid enlargement of Martha and Leland Van Rensselaer as young children
Item no. 25-26
Box 55 Folder 2
Martha Van Rensselaer as a young girl
Item no. 27
Box 55 Folder 2
Miniature of Item 27
Item no. 28.
Box 55 Folder 2
Inscription in Martha Van Rensselaer's hand writing reads, "Martha Van Rensselaer - Beginning high school and feeling older than she does now. "
Item no. 29
Box 55 Folder 2
Martha and Herbert Van Rensselaer as young adults
Item no. 30
Box 55 Folder 2
Martha Van Rensselaer (with flowers) as young woman
Item no. 31
Box 55 Folder 2
Assorted portraits of Martha Van Rensselaer as a young woman
Item no. 32-50
Box 55 Folder 3
Portrait of Martha Van Rensselaer, Julia Kepler and Mae Neal taken when they were teaching together in the public schools at Tidioute, PA
Item no. 51
Box 55 Folder 3
Portrait of Martha Van Rensselaer by "The Misses Lilby"; 1908
Item no. 52
Box 55 Folder 3
Copies of portrait of Martha Van Rensselaer as older.- woman; by Brandenburg Studio
Item no. 53-55
Box 55 Folder 4
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.
Item no. 56-59
Box 55 Folder 4
Martha Van Rensselaer, undated portrait
Item no. 60
Box 55 Folder 4
Copy of memorial bookplate for the Martha Van Rensselaer Collection of Books, housed in Mann Library
Item no. 61
Box 55 Folder 4
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
Item no. 62
Box 55 Folder 4
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
Item no. 63
Box 55 Folder 4
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 Association of the New York State College of Home Economics at Cornell University, 26p
Item no. 64
Box 55 Folder 4
Glossy copies of Item 64
Item no. 65-66
Box 55 Folder 4
Two copies of portrait of Martha Van Rensselaer taken in May 1927
Item no. 67-68
Box 55 Folder 4
Martha Van Rensselaer at her desk; apparently taken about the same time as Items 67-68. (There are similarities in costume and arrangement of hair.) Missing
Item no. 69
Box 55 Folder 4
Sepia snapshot of Martha Van Rensselaer as young woman seated in parlor
Item no. 70
Box 55 Folder 4
Stage setting, with Martha Van Rensselaer standing at far right
Item no. 71
Box 55 Folder 4
Group of girls in long, white dresses, reclining on rug. Martha Van Rensselaer is the topmost one. Missing
Item no. 72
Box 55 Folder 4
Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose in out door setting with mart dressed as clown (per haps Clio-Cho, of the Child Health organization)
Item no. 73
Box 55 Folder 4
Snapshot of Martha Van Rensselaer (in striped jacket) with group, hiking
Item no. 74
Box 55 Folder 4
Martha Van Rensselaer (in striped jacket and gym shoes) hiking with Flora Rose in New England
Item no. 75
Box 55 Folder 4
Martha Van Rensselaer hiking in White Mountains
Item no. 76
Box 55 Folder 4
Blue print of Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose in camping dress sitting on log and eating
Item no. 77
Box 55 Folder 4
Martha Van Rensselaer riding bicycle and hold ing sun umbrella at Chautauqua. Print is blue
Item no. 78
Box 55 Folder 4
Inscription on back reads "Guests arriving at the School of Horticulture; Miss Van Rensselaer walking with Mrs. Fullerton, Miss Haines in white. Chautauqua?"
Item no. 79
Box 55 Folder 4
Outdoor shot of Martha Van Rensselaer (far right) with four other young women
Item no. 80
Box 55 Folder 4
Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose on the back roof of the old home economics building (now Comstock Hall)
Item no. 81
Box 55 Folder 4
Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose at meeting of League of Women Voters at home of Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt in Hyde Park, NY
Item no. 82
Box 55 Folder 4
Advisory committee for the Land Grant College Survey, May 1928. Among those identified in addition to Martha Van Rensselaer are: "Mr. Kline, President Pearson, Dean Mumford, Secretary Jardene, Secretary Work, Governor of Hawaii, Tigert."
Item no. 83
Box 55 Folder 4
Very old family portraits, unidentified, and in some cases badly faded and retouched
Item no. 84-87
Box 55 Folder 4
At the meeting of the League of Women Voters, Hyde Park, New York
Item no. 88
Box 55 Folder 4
N.G. Van Rensselaer at 93 (Martha Van Rensselaer's grandmother). She lived to 102
Item no. 89
Box 55 Folder 5
Martha Van Rensselaer with other children; she at about 8 years. Tintype
Item no. 90
Box 55 Folder 5
Martha Van Rensselaer, circa 1919
Item no. 91
Box 55 Folder 5
Martha Van Rensselaer, 1923-24
Item no. 92
Box 55 Folder 5
Miss Van Rensselaer at her desk. It's good of her but does not show the office to advantage - which is a beauty. circa 1915
Item no. 93
Box 55 Folder 5
Martha Van Rensselaer at Camp Island, a 30+ acre island in Long Lake she loved so much
Item no. 94
Box 55 Folder 5
Undated photographs of Martha Van Rensselaer
Item no. 95-111
Box 55 Folder 5
Copy of portrait painting of Martha Van Rensselaer. Photograph made from glass negative
Item no. 112
Box 55 Folder 5
1927
Portrait of Martha Van Rensselaer
Box 100 Folder
1928
Photograph of Martha Van Rensselaer
Box 100 Folder
1915
Martha Van Rensselaer and Flora Rose riding horses in the Grand Canyon
Box 49
1924
Photograph of Native American Festival (panorama) taken by Hugh Troy
Box 64
Slides
Africa - Nairobi - Workshops led by Dean Canoyer and Sponsored by the U.S. State Department and the International Cooperation Administration - 1961
Box 68
Paris and Switzerland - 1963
Box 68
Denmark
Box 68
Copenhagen
Box 68
Japan, Greece, Bangkok, Asia and Greece - 1967
Box 68
Philippines - 1967
Box 68
Japan - 1967
Box 68
Eight slides of Colorado
Box 68
Five slides of Dean Canoyer - 1963
Box 68
Home Economics in 1960
Box 68
Slides of MVR Hall in 1962
Box 68
Slides of Dr. Dora Erway's paintings - she was an emeritus faculty member of the College of Home Economics from 1921-1956
Box 68
Following slides taken in 1964 of College of Home Economics and faculty members:
Box 68
M. Bennett in Kitchen
Box 68
Workers in the Kitchen
Box 68
Lippala Teaching in Amphitheater
Box 68
Cafeteria line
Box 68
Chemistry Lab
Box 68
Department Meeting
Box 68
Nursery School Interior
Box 68
Dr. Mondy Demonstrating in Food Lab
Box 68
Food Lab
Box 68
Miss Helen Canoyer
Box 68
Kathryn Walker in Office
Box 68
Fred Kunz and Student
Box 68
Feldman Research
Box 68
Nancy Conklyn in Office
Box 68
Year 1964
Dean Canoyer
Box 68
Dean Canoyer's two secretaries
Box 68
Jan Warren teaching in room 117
Box 68
Housing Design Dept.- Art Lab (slide used to show in Ghana)
Box 68
Class in Amphitheater
Box 68
Several slides of the Food Lab
Box 68
TC Dept. meeting
Box 68
TC
Box 68
TC- Humphrey Lab
Box 68
CDFR Dept. Meeting
Box 68
Year 1965
Some of these slides were used for Parents Weekend 1965 and for Japanese Tour Group - 1965
Commencement Parade
Box 68
Seminar
Box 68
Classroom Nursery School Outdoors
Box 68
Students using Microscopes
Box 68
Olin Files
Box 68
Fall in Ithaca
Box 68
MVR
Box 68
Stacks in Library
Box 68
The End
Box 68
HD Modular Construction
Box 68
HEM Eco Conference
Box 68
HEM Work Simplification
Box 68
H Ec Ed. - Student Teacher
Box 68
CDFR
Box 68
H Ec Ed
Box 68
CDFR Nursery School
Box 68
TC Seminar
Box 68
Institutional Management
Box 68
HD
Box 68
TC -Textiles Lab
Box 68
Homemaking house, various student activities
Box 101
Photographs
Alumni Association
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
Box 77 Folder 1
Flora Rose and (Dean) Helen Canoyer talk together.
Box 77 Folder 1
Dean Canoyer and Flora Rose at Home Economics Breakfast, 1954
Box 77 Folder 1
Flora Rose, Dean Canoyer, and Dorothy DeLany at Cornell Dinner in San Francisco, 1954
Box 77 Folder 1
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
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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.
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Helen Vandervort and Flora Rose after Miss Rose has been presented 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
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Helen Vandervort and Flora Rose chat at the banquet, 1954
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Alberta Shackelton talks with Dean Helen Canoyer at the banquet.
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Flora Rose (former director of the College) and Clarabel Nye examine portrait of Miss Rose in the College of Home Economics Lounge.
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Flora Rose and Clarabel Nye sitting together.
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Apartment 'A'
Two students get a frozen dinner from the freezer.
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Two students heat the frozen dinner in Apt. A.
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Apartment A. (a homemaking apt.) is decorated with curtains
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Apartment Baby
A woman feeds the practice baby in a highchair, 1950
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Joseph, the practice baby, gets his diaper changed by two students in the college, 1946
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The practice baby gets weighed by two students, 1944
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Two students play with the practice baby, 1954
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A students gets practical experience with the practice baby in his stroller, 1945
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A group of graduate students and the practice baby, 1944
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A baby picture a few days old.
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A baby picture
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A baby picture a wonderful smile
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Two students weigh a baby
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A picture taken in Apartment A includes Dorothy Dye Spencer, and other men and women eating dinner, 1950-1959
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Three women play with a baby, 1949
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The cook and the mother for the week prepare a baby cereal that can also be eaten by adults (practice in Apt A.), 1946
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The mother for the week serves 'the family' in the homemaking apt., 1946
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Baby Bonnie dandled in the lap of a student. another student looks on
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Two students play with the practice baby in the homemaking apartments of the College of Home Economics.
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Testing with an 8 month old baby in the homemaking apartment, 1950
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Four students speak into a microphone and play with the baby
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A student plays with the baby, 1946
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A student feeds the baby its bottle, 1946
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Another student feeds the baby
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Men and Women watch as one woman plays with a baby in his high chair
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Campus Scenes
Exterior Pictures
Three young women talking outside of Martha Van Rensselaer Hall
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Two women coming out of MVR the Extension building, 1951
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Three women sit and talk outside of MVR in the sunshine, 1951
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Summer Session, three women talking outside, 1951
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Three women talking in the grass behind MVR Summer Session, 1951
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MVR Hall, circa 1933
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A woman walking through a snowy path to MVR's central entrance
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Two women sit at the foot of the statue of Ezra Cornell, late 1940s
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Two women study outs