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Cornell University Crew records, 1871-1985.
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Conservation Treatment Job # 12498Conservation Treatment Job # 12499Conservation Treatment Job # 12500Conservation Treatment Job # 12501Conservation Treatment Job # 12502Conservation Treatment Job # 12503Conservation Treatment Job # 12504Conservation Treatment Job # 12505Conservation Treatment Job # 12506College Regatta, Saratoga, July 14, 1875 (Flag)Cayuga Inlet Breakwater Light (Port Light) (photograph)Photograph of The Poughkeepsie Bridge (AKA Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge)Photograph of Winners at Poughkeepsie, N.Y. June 24, 1896 - "CORNELL FRESHMAN CREW '99"Photograph of Edwin Regur Sweetland, Varsity Crew '99 - Presented by the Phi Gamma Delta FraternityPhotograph of Robert L. Sahpe, '95 Freshman Crew, Presented by the Beta Theta Pi FraternityPhotograph of Henry E. Vanderhoef - CAPTAIN OF VARSITY - 1901 FRESHMLAN CREW '95US Flag containing 37 stars adorned with Crew members names on stripes
Cornell Crew (Rowing team)
Kroch Library Rare & Manuscripts (Request in advance) Archives 40-1-924
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Summary: Includes varsity and freshman crew rosters; Coach Charles Courtney’s diary and journals of distances rowed, weather conditions, and other information; regatta programs; scrapbooks; map; correspondence with Todd Jesdale; minutes of the Sprague Boat Club; photographs, photograph albums, and glass negatives of crew events, Ithaca, New York views, and the Cayuga Lake Inlet; and a phonograph record and cassette copy concerning a 1946 regatta at Lake Washington. Material pertaining to John L. Collyer and Donald E. Maclay. Also, videocassettes and a film of the 1957 Cornell crew victory at Henley. Also, the crew logs (1937-1970) and crew files (1937-1975) of coach R. Harrison "Stork" Sanford; and slides of crews and crew activities. Also, scrapbooks (1896-1898).