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    • History of Cornell Injection Molding Program (CIMP) 

      Wang, Kuo K. (2012-09-07)
      CIMP is a pioneer of interdisciplinary research in engineering involving university, government, and industry. Started in 1974 and inspired by industrial needs, CIMP was first funded by NSF and then jointly supported by ...
    • A History of Grape Growing in the Eastern United States 

      Gladwin, Fred Elmer (The Rural Publishing Co., 1931)
      Originally published as a serialized article in eleven parts in "Rural New Yorker" volume XC, 1931. Reproduced in 2007 in accordance with copyright law. Contains brief biographical note on Gladwin and individual full ...
    • The History of Home Economics, The Future of Human Ecology 

      College of Human Ecology (Cornell Media and Technology Services, 2001-03)
    • History of Kendal at Ithaca, 1990 toward 2000 

      Stanton, Lara K. (Haworth Press, Inc., 2000)
      Lara K. Stanton, a resident of Kendal at Ithaca, provides a history of the development of New York State's first continuing care retirement community.
    • A History of PEO [Planners for Equal Opportunity] 

      Thabit, Walter (1999-05)
      Walter Thabit was a city planner and community activist in New York City who pioneered the practice of "advocacy planning." This became part of professional practice after the 1960s, when began the long-term effort resulting ...
    • A history of pomology and viticulture at Geneva 

      Way, Roger D. (1986)
      History of the Department of Pomology and Viticulture (under various names) at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, NY. Covers evolution of dept. and history of development of various important ...
    • A History of Railroads in Tompkins County 

      Lee, Hardy Campbell; Rossiter, Winton G.; Marcham, John (The History Center in Tompkins County, 2008)
      In American railroading, this upstate New York county was a true pioneer, a proving ground.To generate commerce, the county's early entrepreneurs explored ways to transport products and people from and to bigger markets, ...
    • A History of the Agricultural Museum at Cornell University and Its Collections 

      Rehkugler, Gerald E. (Internet-First University Press, 2014-01)
      At the beginning of Cornell University there was interest in acquiring collections of materials pertinent to studies at this revolutionary institution. Numerous museums were created with collections from all over the ...
    • History of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions 

      Tracy, Joseph ([New York] : [M.W. Dodd], 1842)
    • History of the apple in New York State 

      Wilson, Charles Scoon (Cornell University, 1905)
      Topics covered include the introduction of the apple into North America, the introduction of the apple into New York State, the influence of the early botanic gardens, the influence of Native Americans on the history of ...
    • The History of the Origins of Christianity 

      Renan, Ernest (London: Mathieson & company, 1890)
      Ernest Renan was a French philosopher, historian, and scholar of religion. He trained for the priesthood but left the Catholic church in 1845, feeling that its teachings were incompatible with the findings of historical ...
    • A History of the Vineyard Laboratory 

      Taschenberg, E. Frederick (1944)
      This is an undated three page typescript authored by E. Frederick Taschenberg on the history of the vineyard laboratory located in Fredonia, NY. The laboratory was a branch of the New York State Agricultural Experiment ...
    • A History of the Warfare of Science with Theology (Vol.1) 

      White, Andrew Dickson (New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1896)
      This extraordinary and scarce work by Andrew Dickson White (1832-1918), a professor and co-founder of Cornell University, is a unique study of the progress of humankind under two duelling forces: theology and science. White ...
    • A History of the Warfare of Science with Theology (Vol.2) 

      White, Andrew Dickson (New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1896)
      This extraordinary and scarce work by Andrew Dickson White (1832-1918), a professor and co-founder of Cornell University, is a unique study of the progress of humankind under two duelling forces: theology and science. White ...
    • History of thoughts about bicycle self-stability 

      Meijaard, J. P.; Papadopoulos, Jim M.; Ruina, Andy; Schwab, A. L. (2011)
    • History of Tokaj 

      Lakso, Alan N. (2006)
    • A HISTORY WORTH SAVING: THE PALACE OF FINE ARTS AND THE INTERPRETATION OF HISTORY ON A RECONSTRUCTED SITE 

      Shreve, Sara (2006-04-18)
      This thesis examines the legacy of the Palace of Fine Arts in the history of San Francisco. The first section is a social history of the site looking at its origins as a site designed by Bernard Maybeck as one of the many ...
    • Hitchcock, Harry Alton 

      Cornell University, Office of the Dean of the University Faculty (Cornell University, 1917)
      Memorial Statement for Professor Harry Alton Hitchcock who died in 1917. The memorial statements contained herein were prepared by the Office of the Dean of the University Faculty of Cornell University to honor its faculty ...
    • Hitler's Shadow: Nazi War Criminals, U.S. Intelligence, and the Cold War 

      Breitman, Richard; Goda, Norman J.W. (National Archives, 2010-12-10)
      The report is based on findings from newly-declassified decades-old Army and CIA records released under the Nazi War Crimes Disclosure Act of 1998 (the Act), these records were processed and reviewed by the National ...