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A solemn Tragedy. Tune of the Batten Kill mourners. Lines composed on the death of Hiram Cornell, of White Creek, who was drowned while bathing in Bennington River on the twenty-ninth of June, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-two ....

Lines in commemoration of the death of Sarah M. Cornell. Sung by Mrs. John Thomas. On the death of Sarah Marian Cornell, supposed to have been murdered by the Rev. Ephraim K. Avery. In December last at Tiverton, Rhode Island. The body was found

[Design drawing for mural with Sage Chapel, Young Manhood, Education, The Sciences (Astronomy, center), Philosophy, The Arts (Literature, Architecture, Music), and Young Womanhood for Sage Chapel, Cornell University in Ithaca, New York]

Hon. Thomas[?] Cornell of N.Y.[?]

Soap! Soap! Blaine's only hope! Blaine's funeral died November 4th, 1884. Hon. Jas. G. Blaine, and with him the Republican party, aged 24 years ... Pall bearers, John A. Logan, Jay Gould, Ex. Gov. Cornell, and John I. Davenport. Undertakers, Hon

Entrance gate, Cornell University

The Infirmary, Cornell University

The Cornell residence, Cornell University

The Armory, Cornell University

Cayuga Lake from Cornell Heights, Ithaca, N.Y.

Sage Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.

[Sage c]hapel, Cornell University

Barnes Hall, Cornell University

Entrance over Cascadilla Gorge, Cornell University

Percy Field, Cornell University

The Library, Cornell University

Veterinary College, Cornell University

Chi Psi Fraternity House, Cornell University

Col. Edward S. Cornell

Franklin Hall, Cornell University

Delta Tau Delta [i.e., Theta Delta Chi] fraternity house, Cornell University

Sibley, Franklin and Morse Halls, Cornell University

Lincoln Hall, Cornell University

Chi Psi Fraternity House, Cornell University

Sage College, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.

Cornell University

South on the Quadrangle, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.

The Library, Cornell University

A glimpse looking north on campus, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.

Maj. H.H. Brenmen, E.S. Cornell

Morrill Hall and the library, Cornell University

[Library, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.]

[Design drawing for mosaic processional of the arts, sciences, etc., for Cornell University's Sage Chapel in Ithaca, New York]

Cornell / John E. Sheridan.

Cornell

Toboggan slide, Beebe Lake, Cornell University

Cornell's touch-down

[Finish of boat rowing race between the University of Pennsylvania and Cornell Junior Eights, 1906]

[Cornell crew team holding a boat; on left is team coxswain]

Cornell Alumni Assn., Chicago, Feb. 23, '07, Chicago

Woodford Oratorical Stage announcing Elizabeth Cook winner of Woodford Oratorical Prize for speech," Men, Women and Human Beings"

Cornell's Champion Girl Debater, Elizabeth Ellsworth Cook, to Enter Wall Street

Cornell University #4, Ithaca, N.Y.

Cornell University #2, Ithaca, N.Y.

Cornell Co-Eds Organize Suffrage League

Cornell University #1, Ithaca, N.Y.

Cornell 8 - 1913

Cornell crew

Cornell Fresh. 8

After V - 4 race, Po'keepsie - Cornell in foreground

John D. Gluck, Cornell

Cornell Varsity Crew

Freshman race -- Poughkeepsie, 1914, Cornell Crossing Line

Cornell Varsity, Po'k'psie 6/17/11

Cornell Varsity, Po'k'psie 6/17/11

Cornell Varsity, 1911, Po'k'psie

Cornell Varsity, 1911

Cornell Mill. Smallest girl in group is Jennie Sylvia, 522 Alden St., a doffer in card room of Cornell Mill. I saw a girl, apparently as young, running a loom in weave room there. Location: Fall River, Massachusetts.

General view of weave room, Cornell Mill. Immediately after the photo was taken, the looms started up with deafening clatter. Cornell Mill. Location: Fall River, Massachusetts.

Cornell - Varsity crew 1912

Joseph Roposa, 376 Webster St. Young Greek, said been working in weave room of Cornell Mill a short time. Going to dinner. Location: New Bedford, Massachusetts.

Cornell crew

In this group are some of the youngest workers in Spinning Room of Cornell Mill. The smallest is Jo Benevidos, 5 Merion St. Other small ones are: John Sousa, 84 Boutwell St., Anthony Valentin, 203 Pitman St. Manuel Perry, 124 Everett St. John Travaresm [or Taveresm?], 90 Cash St. The difficulty they had in writing their names was pathetic. When I asked the second hand in charge of the room to let the boys go outside a moment and let me get a snap-shot he objected, saying they would stay out and not be in shape to work. When they carry dinners, they breathe the close air of the spinning room from 7 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. with no let-up. Cornell Mill. Location: Fall River, Massachusetts.

Cornell winning Freshman race - 1913

Syracuse 1st; Cornell 2nd; Wash. 3d Po'keepsie races

Po'keepsie - Cornell Freshman, 8 Wins, Wisconsin 2d

Cornell

Cornell Varsity 4 (1913)

Cornell taking water, 1913

Cornell football team line-up

Cornell v. Brown, 10/24/14

Cornell v. Brown, 10/24/14

Cornell 2d Varsity, 1914

Michigan vs. Cornell, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Nov. 14, 1914

Cornell v. Brown, 10/24/14

Cornell v. Brown, 10/24/14

Cornell Fresh. 8 (1914)

Cornell varsity, 1915

Studying trenches, Cornell

Benedict, Cornell

Miller, Cornell

Hoffman, Cornell

[Cornell University library]

Cornell Students

Cornell varsity, 1915

Mueller, Cornell

Eckley, Cornell

[Aldea Balanger - French - Weaver. Cornell Mills - 14 years old July 12, 1915, getting her certificate for her 5th position. Face broken out as most of weavers have from the machine oil, handling it and not washing hands. Lint gets into pores.] Location: Fall River, Massachusetts. / Lewis W. Hine.

[Aldea Balanger - French - Weaver. Cornell Mills - 14 years old July 12, 1915, getting her certificate for her 5th position. Face broken out as most of weavers have from the machine oil, handling it and not washing hands. Lint gets into pores.] Location: Fall River, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.

Joe Cornell, Georgetown

[Russell Cornell Leffingwell, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly right]

Roscoe W. Thatcher, Director of the Agriculture Experiment of Cornell U., who has been appointed to the Agriculture Commission by Pres. Coolidge

Katharine Cornell, 1893-1974

Georgetown Preparatory School. Dorm room with Cornell banner at Georgetown Preparatory School

[Portrait of Katharine Cornell]

[Portrait of Katharine Cornell]

[Portrait of Katharine Cornell, as Lucrece]

U.S. SURGEON GENERAL AWARDED WILLIAM FREEMAN SNOW MEDAL, WASHINGTON, D.C. U.S. SURGEON GENERAL THOMAS PARRAN WAS TODAY PRESENTED THE WILLIAM FREE SNOW MEDAL 'FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE TO HUMANITY' AT THE 26TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE AMERICAN SOCIAL HYGIENE ASSOCIATION. THE PRESENTATION WAS MADE BY DR. LIVINGSTON FARRAND, RIGHT, PRESIDENT EMERITUS OF CORNELL UNIVERSITY. MRS. ROOSEVELT, CENTER, DELIVERED AN ADDRESS AT THE CONFERENCE

[Portrait of Katharine Cornell]

[Portrait of Katharine Cornell]

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