Descriptive Entry This accession consists of photographs and glass plate negatives documenting Bartsch's field work in the Bahama Islands, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, West Indies (Johnson-Smithsonian Deep-Sea Expedition, 1933), San Salvador, and the Philippines. Also included is correspondence concerning the Johnson-Smithsonian Deep-Sea Expedition, 1933, and Charles Russell Orcutt's collecting work in Haiti and Jamaica.
Collection of telegrams handwritten in Spanish sent during the establishment of telegraph communications in Puerto Rico during the period 1864-1898; official list of soldiers arriving from Spain at Morro Castle, San Juan, Puerto Rico (1898); plans of telegraph lines in Puerto Rico (n.d.) and booklet entitled: THE ROTARY CONVERTER IN INTERURBAN RAILROAD WORK (1902). Issues of an official periodical of the government of Puerto Rico entitled: GALETA DE PUERTO RICO (1881). Correspondence (1950-53) written to Marshall regarding the 50th annual reunion of the United States Veteran Signal Corps Association, Spanish War Division which was held at the Signal Corps Center at Fort Monmouth, N.J.; registers of officers and members of the U.S. Army Signal Board from 1925 through 1962 and miscellaneous order blanks for radio equipment are also found in the collection
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine Expanding Horizons
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Papers describing 2002 students' projects including Janice A. Cruz-Cardona, on dairy and porcine herd management at Zamorano University in Honduras; Stephanie Janeczko on Culex quinquefaciatus mosquitos in Thailand and the infection rates of filariasis; Kristen Jensen, "Free Ranging Rhesus Monkeys (Macaca mulatta) and Herpesvirus B: Public Health Risks in Puerto Rico; Paula Ospina, "Artificial Insemination: Information, Techniques, Reference materials for reproduction in Dairy Cows" in Ecuador (in English and Spanish); Brielle Rosa, "A Summer in Madagascar," investigating tuberculosis rates in dairy cattle, equine parasite loads and management systems, and the newly formed National Veterinary School of Madagascar; and Corey Watts, "Investigation of Cryptosporidium parvum in Integrated Agricultural Sytems of Southern Vietnam.".
Land economist -- William Hildreth Scofield was a land economics researcher, instructor, and writer, and a member of the American Agricultural Economics Association. He worked for the Economic Research Service of the United States Department of Agriculture. Cornell University Class of 1936. Member, International Fraternity of Lambda Alpha, George Washington Chapter
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union General Secretary-Treasurer
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The Stulberg General Secretary-Treasurer records consist primarily of correspondence dealing with union managerial matters during Stulberg's term in office, though there is also some correspondence from his tenure as executive vice-president (April 1956-May 1959), as well as a small amount (ca. 1 linear foot) of personal correspondence in the collection -- Among the most signficant topics are: civil rights (including materials on the 1963 March on Washington); collective bargaining agreements with other unions (custodial and clerical workers' unions); health care (including Medstore plan for prescription drug discounts to union health members); housing for garment workers in New York City; locals, regional departments, and joint boards of the ILGWU throughout the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico; relations with the AFL-CIO; retirement funds; union administrative matters; union conventions; union involvement in politics in New York City and New York State; and workers' compensation. ... Read More