Benjamin Andrews collection on home economics, 1879-1958.

Collection Number: 1475

Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
Cornell University Library


DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY

Title:
Benjamin Andrews collection on home economics, 1879-1958.
Collection Number:
1475
Creator:
Benjamin R.(Benjamin Richard), Andrews b. 1877
Quantity:
1 cubic ft.
Forms of Material:
Correspondence and subject files.
Repository:
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
Abstract:
Includes two letters to Andrews from Louis C. Karpinski (Cornell University Class of 1901); a draft of PIONEERING IN HOME ECONOMICS by Andrews, primarily concerning the development of home economics at Columbia, with a brief section on the College of Home Economics at Cornell University; and twelve photographs of black housing in Missouri around 1940. Publications and other writings on home economics, home economics leaders, domestic science, and extension services authored by the government, universities and individuals.
Language:
Collection material in English


BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Cornell University, Class of 1901. Professor of household economics, Columbia University.

COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

Includes two letters to Andrews from Louis C. Karpinski (Cornell University Class of 1901); a draft of PIONEERING IN HOME ECONOMICS by Andrews, primarily concerning the development of home economics at Columbia, with a brief section on the College of Home Economics at Cornell University; and twelve photographs of black housing in Missouri around 1940. Publications and other writings on home economics, home economics leaders, domestic science, and extension services authored by the government, universities and individuals.
SUBJECTS

Names:
Benjamin R.(Benjamin Richard), Andrews b. 1877.
Karpinski, Louis Charles, 1879-1956.
Columbia University.Teachers College.School of Household Arts.
New York State College of Home Economics.

Subjects:
Afro-Americans--Housing.
Blacks--Missouri.
Home economics--Study and teaching.
Home economics--History


INFORMATION FOR USERS

Cite As:
Benjamin Andrews collection on home economics, #1475. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library.

RELATED MATERIALS

American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences records, #6578.

CONTAINER LIST

Container
Description
Date
Box 1
Photographs, black housing in Missouri
circa 1940
Box 1
Letters from Louis C. Karpinski (Cornell University, Class of 1901)
1951, 1953
Box 1
Pioneering in Home Economics by Benjamin Andrews
1958
Box 2
Lists
Box 2
History of Home Economics - Letters to Benjamin Andrews
1952
Box 2
Women's Library
1904-1912
Box 2
Highlights of Historical Interest of AHEA found in Bulletins
1912-1939
Box 2
Health-Social Economics
Box 2
Education for Women
1879, 1905-1913
Box 2
Association of Teachers of Domestic Subjects-England
1910-1918
Box 2
Family Life-Bulletins from Related Organizations
1879, 1902-1938
Box 2
Cuban American Conference on Home Economics
1943-1944
Box 2
History of Nutrition, Todhunter
1948-1951
Box 2
National Kitchens and National Health
1917-1919
Box 2
Community Kitchens
1918-1920
Box 2
The Philadelphia Cooking School
Box 2
Domestic Service History
1898-1910, 1939
Box 2
Household Administration
1908-1916
Box 2
U.S. Department of Agriculture
1917-1921
Box 2
University of California
1918-1919
Box 2
Florida State College
1917-1919
Box 2
Kansas State
1917-1918
Box 3
Michigan Agricultural College
1914-1918
Box 3
University of Minnesota
1911-1918
Box 3
University of Missouri
1920
Box 3
Montana State
1915-1919
Box 3
New York State, Cornell
1919
Box 3
North Dakota Agricultural College
1914, 1918
Box 3
Penn State College
1915-1918
Box 3
University of Tennessee
1916-1918
Box 3
University of Vermont
1919
Box 3
University of Wisconsin
1916-1919
Box 3
Xenophon's Oeconomicus or The Management of a Farm and Household 445-355 B.C.
Box 3
World Federation of Education Associations, Home Economics section
1939-1941
Box 3
Early Home Economics educators
Box 3
Anna Garlin Spencer
Box 3
Wilbur O. Atwater
Box 3
Sarah Louise Arnold
Box 3
Helen Campbell
Box 3
Mary Lyon
Box 3
Advisory Council of the Herald Tribune Home Institute
Box 3
Anna Barrows
Box 3
Effie Raitt
Box 3
The School of Housekeeping
1900
Box 3
Choice Receipts by Maria Parloa
1897
Box 3
The Whys of Cooking by Janet McKenzie Hill
1916
Box 3
Helen Kinne
Box 3
Annie Godfrey Dewey
Box 3
Grace H. Dodge
Box 4
Catherine Beecher
Box 4
The New England Kitchen
Box 4
Emma Willard
Box 4
Mary Wollstonecraft
1912
Box 4
International Committee on the Teaching of Home Economics (AHEA)
1914-1920
Box 4
Edward L. Youmans
Box 4
Alice Ravenhill
Box 4
News articles of leaders in home economics
Box 4
Smoot Bill
1913
Box 4
Count Rumford history
2 folders
Box 4
Paul DeVuyst, international home education
Box 4
National Organization of High School Home Economics Clubs
1944