Margaret Ingels papers

Abstract

Margaret Ingels was a University of Kentucky alumnus and a pioneer in the air conditioning industry. She was born October 25, 1892 in Paris, Kentucky and died in Lexington, Kentucky on December 13, 1971. She was the first women in the United States to receive an engineering graduate degree. She also received the first Bachelors and Masters degrees in engineering awarded to a woman by the University of Kentucky. The Margaret Ingels papers, 1845-1967, bulk 1916-1967 (4.55 cubic feet, 13 boxes) consists of artifacts, dertificates and awards, clippings, correspondence, publications, speeches, a scrapbook, and photographic prints documenting the life and career of Margaret Ingels.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Margaret Ingels papers
Date
1845-1967
Creator
Ingels, Margaret, 1892-1971
Extent
4.55 Cubic feet
Subjects
Air conditioning industry--United States
Air conditioning--History
Women in engineering--United States
Women in higher education
Arrangement
Arranged into twelve series by format. The series include artifacts, certificates, clippings, correspondence, miscellaneous, oversized, personal, photographic prints, professional, publications, scrapbook, and speeches.
Finding Aid Author
Finding aid prepared by Prepared by C. Lynette Ison and Aron Swan in February 2004 under the supervision of Nancy DeMarcus, Acquisition and Access Archivist; machine-readable finding aid created by Eric Weig
Preferred Citation
0000UA107: [Identification of Item], University of Kentucky Margaret Ingels Collection (University of Kentucky), circa 1845-1967, University of Kentucky Special Collections.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Margaret Ingels was a University of Kentucky alumnus and a pioneer in the air conditioning industry. She was born October 25, 1892 in Paris, Kentucky and died in Lexington, Kentucky on December 13, 1971. She was the first women in the United States to receive an engineering graduate degree. She also received the first Bachelors and Masters degrees in engineering awarded to a woman by the University of Kentucky.
Ms. Ingels was educated in the Kentucky public schools and in 1916, she received from the University of Kentucky a degree of Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. Upon graduation, she accepted a position in the engineering department of the Chicago Telephone Company. After a brief term of employment, she joined the Carrier Lyle Heating and Ventilation Corporation, New Jersey. She left Carrier to return to the University of Kentucky in order to finish a graduate degree in engineering, graduating in 1920.
After graduation, Ms. Ingels was asked to work at the United States Bureau of Mines at the Pittsburgh Laboratory. Dr. F. Paul Anderson, Dean of the University of Kentucky Engineering School, was the director of the lab. In 1921, he asked Ms. Ingels to work with other members of the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers. Her assignment included field tests for the New York Commission on School Ventilation, 1927. It was during this time that she perfected a new portable machine that determined the amount of germ-laden dust in schoolrooms and public places. Returning to Carrier in 1929, Ms. Ingels helped perfect the sling psychrometer, which is used to read the relative humidity of the air. She worked in several departments including public relations until her retirement in 1953. After her retirement, she lived in Lexington, Kentucky, and authored a book about a colleague, Willis Haviland Carrier: Father of Air Conditioning.
Because of her achievements, both educational and occupational, Ms. Ingels was chosen, along with Eleanor Roosevelt, as a recipient of the 1940 Women's Centennial Congress. She was also awarded an honorary law degree in 1957 by the University of Kentucky. The University of Kentucky College of Engineering inducted Ms. Ingels into its 1993 Hall of Distinction. Since 1996, Ms. Ingels' portrait has hung in the Kentucky Capitol's west foyer among the other "Kentucky Women Remembered..." permanent exhibit.
Scope and Content
The Margaret Ingels papers, 1845-1967, bulk 1916-1967 (4.55 cubic feet, 13 boxes) consists of artifacts, dertificates and awards, clippings, correspondence, publications, speeches, a scrapbook, and photographic prints documenting the life and career of Margaret Ingels.
The artifacts series includes personal- and business-related memorabilia such as ribbons, awards, name pins and athletic letters. The certificates series includes letter sized documents of family and personal certificates. The clippings series includes genealogical and career-related newspaper and journal articles. The correspondence series includes personal- and business-related notes and letters. The miscellaneous series includes a few family items.
The oversized series includes awards, broadsides, certificates, genealogical charts, diplomas, plans/blueprints, prints, and sheet music. The personal series is comprised of calling cards, genealogical information, health reports, poems and religious affiliation. The photographic prints series is arranged in chronological order and is mainly personal in nature, dating from 1907 to 1947. The contents include Margaret Ingels' student days at the University of Kentucky and her career in the air conditioning industry. The professional series includes meeting programs and brochures concerning Ms. Ingels' career. The publications series includes original drafts and articles that appeared in journals and newspapers concerning Ms. Ingels career.
The scrapbook series comprises one item, compiled by using Ms. Ingels' college class notes as the pages. It is 139 pages and dates from 1916 to 1924. There is an assortment of memorabilia mostly from her college years but a few items from her career in the air conditioning industry. The speeches series (1929-1952) comprise talks Ms. Ingles gave on behalf of the air conditioning industry and especially as a result of her job as Public Relations Engineer at the Carrier Corporation, illustrating her work in promoting the product.
Approximate dates are denoted by square brackets, and items not dated are marked "n.d."

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
Use Restrictions
The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections. Copyright has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky.

Contents of the Collection

Artifacts

This folder contains ribbons and awards for the following: "Boone Family," 1925; "Pitt"; "Margaret Ingels American Institute of Chemical Engineers Pittsburgh, PA. 1924 Guest"; "Margaret Ingels Semi-Annual Meeting Chicago ay 21 - 23 1923"; "Ingels Annual Meeting New York Jan. 22-25, 1924 Member"; "Penn State"; Margaret Ingels American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers Buffalo, N. Y. Jan. 27-28-29 1926.",, 1923 - 1926

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This folder contains artifacts: two white college letter Bs, and a white college letter K.,, n.d.

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This folder contains artifacts: two of Ingels' Carrier Corporation special identification card, includes a photographic print of Ingels; the wallet to hold Ingels' identification cards. Also are two ribbons from the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers thirty-second semi-annual meeting held in Lexington, KY, May 26 - 28, 1926: One ribbon has the seal of the ASHVE and in capital letters state YOUR CAR and below seal states LEXINGTON KENTUCKY, May 26, 1929 and the Second ribbon has the same seal and above it reads UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY and below the seal reads Alumni Engineer and below these words reads Special Receiption Committee (Margaret Ingels was a member of this committee for the Lexington meeting).,, n.d.

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This box contains a Distinguished Alumni Centennial Award.,, [1965]

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Certificates

Original certificate of W. Howard Peak illustrating proof of purchase of one share of Madison and Bedford Turn Pike Company,, August 1892

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Original certificate of Miss Belle Ingels, sister of Margaret to receive free tuition to State College of Kentucky, signed by President James K. Patterson.,, 1-Jun-03

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Copy of a Deposit Bank of Paris, Kentucky to Mr. Vance, Treasurer Kentucky University for sixteen dollars and signed by Belle Ingels, sister of Margaret for Belle's tuition.,, 19-Feb-06

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Copy of receipt stating that James W. Ingels paid five dollars for the first installment on his subscription of fifty dollars to Bacon College. Original given by Tate Ingels Peak, granddaughter of James W. Ingels to Transylvania College in 1970,, October 6, 1845

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Original certificate of Kate Ingels, sister of Margaret to the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky, Normal Department signed by President James K. Patterson and Dean of Normal Department, Milford White,, 19-Jul-07

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Original certificate of Clara Belle Ingels, sister of Margaret to the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky, Normal Department signed by President James K. Patterson and Dean of Normal Department, Milford White,, 19-Jul-07

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Original certificate of Margaret Ingels from the United States Air Force Ground Observer Corps appointing Margaret as Filter Center Team Supervisor, signed by Clarence H. Allen, Detachment Commender and B. W. Chidlaw, General, United States Air Force Commander,, 10-Jun-55

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Original certificate of Margaret Ingels from Pi Tau Sigma National Honorary Mechanical Engineering Fraternity, Kentucky Pi Lambda Chapter of the University of Kentucky, signed by M. S. Gjesdahl, National President and H. S. Clark, National Secretary,, 27-Nov-56

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Original certificate of Margaret Ingels from the University of Kentucky Distinguished Alumni Centennial Award signed by President John W. Oswald and Thomas D. Clark, Chairman of the Faculty Centennial Committee,, 22-Feb-65

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Original certificate of Margaret Ingels from the University of Kentucky Alumni Association to confer upon her membership in the Half Century Club for fifty years of the alumni association signed by President John W. Oswald and Richard E. Cooper, President of the Alumni Association,, 1966

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Original certificate of Margaret Ingels from the United Service Organizations: Young Men's Christian Association; National Catholic Community Service, National Jewish Works Board, Young Women Christian Association, Salvation Army and Travelers Aid organizations for distinguished service signed by Lindsly F. Kimball, President, H. E. Hovey, State Chairman and J. S. Arnold, Council Chairman,, n.d.

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Original certificate of Margaret Ingels from the Carrier Corporation conferring her the degree of Pulchritudinous Engineer signed by Head Man John A. Gruner, Dean J. S. Murphy and Footman Jim Manning,, n.d.

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Original certificate of Margaret Ingels from the University of Kentucky Alumni Association for life membership signed by President of the Association, James Park and by the Executive Secretary Raymond L. Kirk,, n.d.

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Clippings

Mostly newspaper clippings from various newspapers located near Carrier Corporation and a Journal of American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers relating Miss Ingels' service at the Research Laboratory of the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, August 1927,, 1910 - 1929

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Mostly newspaper clippings from various newspapers in the north east,, 1930

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Mostly newspaper clippings from various newspapers in the north east,, 1931

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Mostly newspaper clippings from various newspapers in the north east,, 1932 - 1939

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Mostly newspaper clippings from various newspapers in the north east that includes her professional career and one article concerning her genealogy in Bourbon County, Kentucky,, 1940 1942

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Mostly newspaper clippings from various newspapers in the north east that includes her professional career and one article concerning her genealogy in Bourbon County, Kentucky,, 1943 - 1947

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United States Department of Labor Women's Bureau, Bulletin number 223-5 features women in the field of engineering; Miss Ingels has named some unidentified women that are described in the article and she is listed as one of the women in architecture and engineering who was a source for the bulletin. She is number 26 listed alphabetically: "Margaret Ingels of Carrier Corporation honored as 'Pioneer' in women's careers. Refrigerating Engineering 41:62, January 1941",, 21-Jan-47

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Newspaper clippings and two copies of "Midwest Engineer", Western Society of Engineers, with an article on page 16 featuring Miss Ingels as speaker at the Western Society of Engineers Women's Council as part of the Centennial Program June 1952,, 1950 - 1954

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Newspaper clippings concerning Margaret's professional career and her genealogy,, 1960 - 1967

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Newspaper clippings concerning both career and personal life,, n.d.

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Correspondence

Correspondence - To or from Ezra Gillis, Granville Terrell, F. Paul Anderson, Margaret Ingels, and unidentified person from the Society of Kentucky Women, New York, New York,, 1919

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Correspondence - To or from Margaret Ingels; F. Paul Anderson; Miss Jelley, F. Paul Anderson's secretary, Margaret's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie B. Ingels, Jesse L. Hibberts, friend from the Knights of Columbus, J. Irvine Lyle, officer at the Carrier Ventillating Corporation, Elizabeth Ogden, Corresponding Secretary of the College Club of Pittsburgh, R. L. Collison, Convention Manager, William Boone Douglass, President of the Boone clan, Mrs. D. Howard Peak (Kate, Margaret's sister), Thomas J. Duffield, New York Commission on Ventilation, Thomas J. Duffield, Executive Secretary of New York Commission on Ventilation,, 1920 - 1929

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Correspondence - To or from Margaret Ingels, D. Howard Peak (brother-in-law), Katherine Moneyhon, Rose Russell Ingels (Margaret's relative), Miss Margaret Agnew, Carnegie Steel Company; Brewster S. Beach, officer Carrier - Lyle Corporation, Florence Johnston (Mrs. Ralph W.), President of the Congress of Clubs and Club Women of Western Pennsylvania; J. B. Faircloth, Editor Mayflower Publishing; Virginia J. Fortiner, Director of Publicity Newark College of Engineering;Georgia W. Leffingwell, Barren, Barton, Durstine and Osborn; D. C. Lindsay, Carrier Engineering Corporation, Newark, New Jersey; Mr. H. D. James, consulting control engineer Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company; Mrs. Grace Stuart Gardner, Women's Advertising Club; President of the United States Herbert Hoover invitation to attend the conference on Home Building and Ownership; H. J. Kelly, Associate Editor of McGraw-Hill Book Company; William H. Price, Jr. sales manager Carrier-Lyle Corporation; H. H. Curtis…

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Correspondence - Christmas Card from Helen; note from Agnes; Helen Judy Bond, Associate Professor of Household Arts, Teachers College Columbia University, New York; Samuel A. Smith, Burke Brothers General Insurance; S. Richard Schiffman, Attorney at Law; E. O. Evertsaw, Manager Hotel East Orange, New Jersey; Mary of Carrier Corporation; Dot Cheston; W. O. Allison, Carrier General Offices; Peg, Carrier Corporation; T. Christensen (Chris); Willis H. Carrier, officer of Carrier Corporation; Eva; Minnie; John N. Gillham, Carrier Corporation; unidentified person; Vi; Nancy; Katherine I. John, Hospital Service Department of Becton, Dickinson Druggists; Willie; Miss Dot Wefferburg; Peg of Carrier Corporation; Marie; Harry P. Taber; Ethel Jelley F. Paul Anderson's secretary; Leona; L. R. Boulware, Vice President and General Manager of Carrier Corporation; Edna E. Pyle; Giovanna; Louie; S. A. Smith, Burke Brothers General Insurance; J. L. Lyle, Carrier Corporation; Frieda; Hubert; Frances R…

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Correspondence - To or from Jack Hollan; Mary, Carrier Corporation; A. W. Carroll, Carrier Corporation; Sue; Samuel A. Smith; Minnie; V. S. Day, Carrier; David E. Kahn; Josephine Anderson; E. V. Evertsen, Hotel East Orange; A. W. Carroll, Carrier Corporation; W. O. Allison, Carrier Corporation; T. Christensen (Chris), Carrier Corporation; Betsy of Jean Lambert Dale Personal Shopping Service, Newark, New Jersey; Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Church, Woman's Club of Bala Cynwyd; F. J. Wilson, F. J. Wilson Company air conditioning engineers and contractors; Pauline Church, Woman's Club of Bala-Cynwyd, Pennsylvania; Mrs. F. B. Allen; D. W. Lamouree, St. Paul's Men's Club, Nutley, New Jersey; Ethel Jelley; Walter A. Bowe, Advertising and Sales Promotion Manager Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Syracuse, New York; Merwin R. Smith, President of Socony-Boosters Club Chapter number 7; Marie Mitchell, General Electric Company, air conditioning company; Helen C. Hooper, Murray Hill Hotel, New York; Newark…

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Correspondence - To or from Elizabeth Sweeney, Mary Huston Gregory (Federal Housing Administration), Grace M. Kyser, Suelady Brooks (corresponding secretary of Oneida City Federation of Women's Clubs, New York), O. L. Angvine, Executive Secretary of Rochester Engineering Society, Inc., Charles Staples,(Secretary, Carrier Corporation), Professor E. G. Hoefer (North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering of the University of North Carolina, Raleigh), Perry West (Carrier Corporation), Sherman W. Strouse (Program Committee Air Conditioning Council, Buffalo, New York), Helen Morrison (National Office Management Association), Helen G. King (Publicity Bureau, University of Kentucky),, 1938 - 1939

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Correspondence - To or from Miss B. Holdsworth (Post-Standard Company), Miss Elspeth Bennett (College of Home Economics, Syracuse University, New York), William F. Nesbitt (Carrier General Offices, Syracuse, New York), Jim Little (Engineering Editor, Charles Reach Company, New York, New York), H. W. Burger, Ruth Chilton, (Director of Feminine Features for Central New York Broadcasting Corporation, Syracuse, New York),,, 1940

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Correspondence - To or from A. P. Peck (Associate Editor, Scientific American), C. D. Reach (Charles Dallas Reach Company), Bessie Beatty, Rich D. Whitney (Executive Secretary, Technology Club of Syracuse, Inc. and Affiliated Societies), Patricia M. Pennell, Editorial Department of Church Management, Cleveland, Ohio, Belle Ingels, Jim Little (Engineering Editor, Charles Reach Company, New York, New York), Reverend H. W. Burger, Hanover Indiana, John P. McGrail (The (Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Education, Boston, Massachusetts), Elizabeth Sweeney (Syracuse University, College of Home Economics), J. Irvine Lyle (President, Carrier Corporation), Harold E. Steiner (Secretary, Kiwanis Club of DeWitt, New York), Janet T. Crouse[Mrs. George N.] (Central New York Branch of American Pen Women), William M. Bush (Chairman, Rotary Club of Binghamton, New York), N. L. Knipe, Jr. (Lexington Lumber Company, Lexington, Massachusetts), Maude J. Wilmers, N. E. Sheldon (Carrier Field…

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Correspondence - To or from Harold C. Pack (Union Central Life Insurance Company, Syracuse, New York), Thola Tabor Schenck (Corresponding Secretary, Central New York Branch, National League of American Pen Women), Miss Nancy DeBelle (Program Chairman, Science and Engineering Club, New York), Mrs. B. A. Redington, Mrs. R. M. Rosebrugh (Current Events Club, Syracuse, New York), Belle Ingels, sister of Margaret Ingels, Walter Bowe (Selvage and Lee Company, New York, New York), Miss Eloise Davison (Director, of Home Institute, New York Herald Tribune, New York, New York), Miss Alice G. Maslin (The Blue Network), George R. Tilford (College of Business Education and Secretarial Science, Syracuse University), Alma Kitchell (The Blue Network), Herman L. Donovan( President, University of Kentucky), Chester Roberts (Colgate University, Colgate, New York, Committee on Reception and Hospitality), Dr. Mary E. Albee and Margaret Bradley (Commonwealth Club of Syracuse, New York), William Hecht…

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Correspondence - To or from unidentifed person concerning the Colgate University for the 1942 Inauguration that Miss Ingels represented the University of Kentucky,,, 1942

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Correspondence - To or from Mrs. Cass Williams (Onodaga Council Girl Scouts), Thomas E. Kennedy (Mayor of Syracuse, New York), Robert G. Soule (Vice President, WFBL - Onondaga Radio Broadcasting Corporation), Harold Stone (President, Onondaga County Savings Bank), Carl M. Larson (Captain, Intelligence Officer, Headquarters, Albany Air Region, Albany, New York, Martha Hildebrandt (Selvage and Lee, New York, New York), Clara Belle Ingels, sister of Margaret Ingels, Daniel Terrell (Professor of Engineering, University of Kentucky), Mr. W. Weibel translated a German communication from the Department of the United States Army, Kate [Mrs. D. Howard Peak], sister of Margaret Ingels, Mrs. Emma Van Wormer (Syracuse Herald Journal, New York), George B. McCulloch (Davis and Elkins College, Elkins, West Virginia), note from unidentified person on an article featuring Miss Ingels in Electrical Merchandising, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Taliaferra, Cleveland, Ohio, Helen Billups (Selvage and Lee Company…

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Correspondence - To or from Polly Love Dunning, Mrs. Warren H. Dunning, II (Program Director, Business and Professional Department, Young Women's Christian Association), Justin Neuhoff (Connecticut Valley Section, American Society of Refrigerating Engineers) and (Chief Engineer, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Division, Worthington Pump and Machinery Corporation), Grace Duff [Mrs. J. H.], Betty Merriam, Mr. J. F. Chester (Carrier Corporation), Miss Edith Gates (District of Columbia [Washington D. C.] Tuberculosis Association), D. Howard Peak, brother-in-law of Margaret Ingels, note from Henry Strong, Benjamin C. Ingels, Sr., brother of Margaret Ingels, Benjamin C. Ingels, Jr., nephew of Margaret Ingels, Charles Christopher Schrader "Dutch", Margaret Ingels personal friend, Mr. H. E. Kaye, (Program Chairman, American Society of Lubrication Engineers) and employee of (Rollway Bearing Company, Inc., Syracuse, New York), Mr. T. F. Dundon (Carrier Corporation, Syracuse, New York), Mr. F…

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Correspondence - To or from T. Ellis Peak, Margaret's nephrew, D. D. Cook (envelope used to send clippings to Margaret), Lillian Ingalls Riggs (Mrs. John H. Riggs), Mrs. Wilma I. Reiche, Martha Cheek, Peggy L. Evanich, Dr. Andrew Seybert (Chair, Mechanical Engineering, University of Kentucky), Betty P. Preece, (alumnus of College of Engineering, University of Kentucky), Thomas W. Lester (Dean of of the College of Engineering, University of Kentucky), Kristen A. Hanel (Secretary, Society of Women Engineers), J. Marie Herman Kemper, (alumnus of College of Engineering, University of Kentucky), Dianne Fredwest (College of Engineering, University of Kentucky), Bart N. Peak, Jr. (alumnus of University of Kentucky and great nephrew of D. Howard Peak, Margaret's brother-in-law), Laurie West, (College of Engineering),, 1964-1993

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Correspondence - To or from Anna Haag (New York Young Women's Christian Association); M. Hildebrandt (Selvage and Lee, New York, New York); Pat ?; unidentified person), Friendship card, Mary ? (genealogical information); Margaret Ingels (unsigned to her family); Clara Belle Ingels Peak, Margaret's sister; Mrs. W. L. Potter; Nell ? (Personal); Eva ? (Personal); Jack Power (Personal); Owen Havill (Hotel East Orange, New Jersey); G. W. L. (Batten, Barton, Durstine and Osborn);T. Ellis Peak (relative); Frieda ? (Hotel East Orange, New Jersey); Unidentified, Ethel [Jelley?] (Personal); Mr. S. Richard Schiffman; Samuel A. Smith; Dr. Helen Gavin; H. W. (Carrier Corporation); Jesse Taylor Maxson; Katrina R. Wilson (Mrs. F. J. Wilson); James May (American Air Filter Company, Tulsa, Oklahoma); Clara Hurd; Bonnie ? ("Life", Time and Life Building, New York, New York); Mr. Barnard Hoffman; Leslie B. Ingels (Miss Ingels' brother); Mr. and Mrs. Henry Strong; Walter A. Bowe; Morris Lee; H. Elsie…

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Correspondence - Calling cards of the following persons: M. Eunice Hilton (B. P. W. Grace); Empty Envelope that was used for a calling card; Margaret Ingels calling card from Morowfield Hotel, 23 January [1924]; Country Club of Lexington privilege card afforded to Margaret Ingels and Charles "Dutch" Shrader from D. Howard Peak, Margaret's brother-in-law, 31 May, 1924; calling card for Margaret Ingels, Carrier Engineering Corporation, New York, New York; College Club of Pittsburgh membership card for Margaret Ingels, 31 March, 1920; Lesley B. Ingels (Hay Hardware Company); calling card of Mrs. Leslie B. Ingels, Margaret's sister-in-law; calling card of Mrs. Agnes Ingels, Margaret's sister; card of Francis J. Cheek, Jr., Troy, New York; card of Mrs. Emmett E. Waddell, daughter of Noah A. Boone from Illinois; and a card entitled "A Golden Thermometer".,, 1920 - 1924

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Correspondence - Get Well cards - from Peggy and Ben C. Ingels; calling card from Frieda ?; card from Eva ?; card from Doris ?; card from Frieda, Ed and Doris; card from Alice Bass; card from Helen Wagner, Marian Fredinick, Mary A. Merry, Esther C. Harbison, Eva Jeannette, Peg Sort, Stella Swese, Elsie Seibert, Madeline Chadwick, Hazel Glendivining, Idelle Reed, Antonia C. Forster, Kathryn Dickerson, Sue MacKay, Mary Cervenat, Marge Sages, Dot Cheston, Anna C. Eclert; nursery rhymes card.,, n.d.

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Correspondence - Gift Cards sent with gifts to Margaret Ingels - from Lillian Blandt; Ed Everson; Rena, Maroa and Jenne; Harry and Julia McE; Owen Havill; Edith ?; Mary Rose ?; Ethel ? and Mary ?; Katheleen Hamblet; Toble ?; Mary Glass; Two gift cards from Charles "Dutch" Schrader; Eleanor ?; Marie ?; Elsie Martin; Sally E. Harough; Hazel Kennedy; Pauline ?; Chris ?; "The Admiral". One gift card sent in flowers from Howard and Heafey Florists, Lexington, Kentucky to Kate Ingels Peak during a hospital stay - signed by the following persons: L. H. McLair; Minera Pherigo; Margaret Lewis; Clara Hughes; Ruth Earnest; Virginia Earnest; Nelle Turner; Frances Brack; Helen Spickard; and Erma Merrell.,, n.d.

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Correspondence - Gift Cards - from Roxy ?; Ella Ruth ?; Mary Hicks; Jack Laeth; Bob H.; Walter a. Alsant; Minnie ?; Burton ?; Mildred ?; Leslie ?; Giovanna Falcon; M. H. C., 1948.,, n.d.

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Correspondence - Holiday Cards - Betty Stark; Gertrude Bishop; Joan ?; Peg ?; Mary Schrader; Charles "Dutch" Schrader; Edna Ritter; Kate, Clara Belle and Margaret Ingels; Eleanor M. Rose; Mary ?; card signed by Mildred Mather, J. Katherine Lund, Lucille January, Harriet Tuzik, Anne Hannje, Doris Johnson, Marie Schulz, and Mildred Woodruff; and Amelia Hugo.,, n.d.

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Correspondence - Holiday Cards - Ed Moore, Jack Silham, W. R. Yorker, James Flora, Clarence E. Scott, James Flora, William J. Shelby, Jle Benson, R. R. Taliaferro; Vi Steele; Eve Carroll; Joseph L. Crawford; Eva ?; A. R. Gierasch; Ruth Fleming Laurahill; Florence C. McDouagh; Frieda ?; Emma Catoir; Doris ?; Mrs. Philip C. Bamberger; Marian T.; W. K. Nugent; The Shaws.,, n.d.

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Correspondence - To Mr. or Mrs. D. Howard Peak (Margaret's sister and brother-in-law) concerning the Boone family genealogy and a letter from President Frank McVey to D. Howard Peak.,, 1919 - 1927

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Correspondence - To Mrs. D. Howard Peak (Kate) concerning genealogy and an empty envelope addressed to D. H. Peak that contained Boone family genealogical information.,, 1928

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Correspondence - Letters to T. T. Jones, Dean of Men, University of Kentucky from President Frank L. McVey; To Mr. D. Howard Peak from T. T. Jones, Dean of Men; To D. Howard Peak from President Frank L. McVey; To D. Howard Peak from Elmer G. Sulzer, Director of Publicity Bureau; Letter To D. Howard Peak from President Frank McVey and Letter from D. Howard Peak to President Frank McVey concerning the University Commons in the Student Union Building; To D. Howard Peak from S. A. "Daddy" Boles, Athletics Director; To Mr. D. Howard Peak from Acting President Thomas Cooper; To Miss Clara Belle Ingels from unidentified person at Maryland Institute of Research; To Frank D. Peterson, Director of Division of Accounts and Control from D. Howard Peak; To D. Howard Peak from Frank D. Peterson; To Daniel V. Terrell, University of Kentucky professor of Engineering from Richard C. Stoll, partner in law offices of Stoll, Muir, Townsend and Park; To Professor Daniel V. Terrell from John W. Brooker…

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Correspondence - Letters and notes to D. Howard Peak on the occasion of his retirement from University of Kentucky from the business office: W. Emmett Milward; Robert G. Lunde, Department of History; Thomas D. Clark, Department of History; Vivian Talmage; R. A. Edwards, Director of Eastern Kentucky State Teachers College Training School; Bart Peak, nephew of D. Howard Peak; Ezra Gillis, Bureau of Source Materials in Higher Education; Thomas Cooper, Acting President of University of Kentucky; L. L. Dantzler, Department of English Language and Literature; President of University of Kentucky, Herman L. Donovan; James Shropshire, Director of Student Union Building; Raymond Rodgers, secretary of New York University School of Commerce, Accounts, and Finance; Mr. and Mrs. Harry McEldowney (Julia); E. Harqulsar, Department of English Language and Literature, Letter from D. Howard Peak to Raymond Rodgers and President Herman L. Donovan; Letter from President Herman L. Donovan to Raymond Rodgers…

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Correspondence - Letters and notes to Kate Ingels Peak (Margaret's sister) from Mrs. Katheryn R. Klocksiem, Ann Arbor, Michigan; Alice Ingels Dowden (Mrs. J. C.) ; Mrs. H. R. Smith, Maysville, Kentucky; Mrs. Elizabeth Reynolds, Millersburg, Kentucky; Samuel R. Cheek, Jr., attorney at law, Danville, Kentucky; Ray Ingels (cousin of Kate and Margaret Ingels), Paris, Kentucky; Mrs. W. H. Schendorf (Ellabelle), Evanston, Illinois; Unidentified person sent an alumni recognition day for distinquished alumni from Central College, Fayette, Missouri to Kate Peak (Margaret's sister); Callie I. Knudson, Ithaca, New York; Dr. A. D. Cloyd, Omaha, Nebraska; J. Winston Coleman, Jr., Lexington, Kentucky (genealogy); and Mrs. Benjamin H. Scudder (Rebecca), Tempe, Arizona.,, 1945

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Correspondence - Letters and notes to Kate Ingels Peak (Mrs. D. Howard) sister of Margaret Ingels: Dr. A. D. Cloyd, Omaha, Nebraska; W. Rusage, John Shillito Company, Cincinnati, Ohio; Jenn ?; Unidentified person with letterhead from the Allerton Hotel, Chicago, Illinois; Nita Baugh, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Edward Newton, Information Please, Radio City Broadcast, New York, New York; Empty envelope from possibly Nita Baugh, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Peak Reunion post cards listing the menu for the luncheon at Lexington, Kentucky; Virginia Haradon (Mrs. C. B.), Amityville, New York (relative of Kate and Margaret Ingels).,, 1945 - 1954

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Correspondence - Christmas card to Elizabeth Byron ? (nephew and niece of Kate and D. Howard Peak) from Mr. and Mrs. D. Howard Peak with personal note.,, 1950

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Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous - D. Howard Peak retirement speech given at his retirement dinner and addressed to Ezra L. Gillis, Mr. Toast Master, Dr. McVey, fellow workers and friends; schedule of events during the retirement dinner and program; and Retirement dinner program.,, 22-May-41

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Miscellaneous - Temporary non-resident fishing licenses for the state of Michigan issued to D. Howard Peak and Kate Ingels Peak; newsclipping, not dated that states the school board (no name) was released of no further obligation; her place (teaching position) will taken by Miss Bradford of DeQueen; print of the home and grounds of D. Howard Peak and Kate Ingels Peak, 336 Linden Walk, Lexington, Kentucky ; Reserve Officers' Training Corps Regiment graduation exercise invitation; a note from the State Librarian of the Kentucky Society, Daughters of The American Revolution, Duncan Tavern, State Headquarters, Mrs. Stephen L. Davis to thank the Ingels family for the genealogy and chart of the Ingels family history; and David Howard Peak's ancestral chart.,, 1941 - 1945

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Negatives

A negative of Clara Belle Ingels' teaching certificate from the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky (University of Kentucky).,, 1907

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A negative of Clara Belle Ingels' teaching certificate from the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky (University of Kentucky).,, 1907

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A negative of Margaret Ingels' Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from the State University (University of Kentucky).,, 1916

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A negative of Margaret Ingels' diploma of Mechanical Engineering from the University of Kentucky.,, 1920

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A negative of Margaret Ingels' certificate of membership of Pi Tau Sigma fraternity.,, 1956

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A negative of Margaret Ingels' honorary degree of Doctor of Laws from the University of Kentucky.,, 1957

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A negative of Margaret Ingels' certificate for the Distinguished Alumni Centennial Award from the University of Kentucky.,, 1965

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A negative of Margaret Ingels' certificate for membership to the Half Century Club of the University of Kentucky.,, 1966

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A negative of the first floor plans and surrounding landscaping of Howard and Kate Peak's (sister of Margaret Ingels) home. A positive of the plans exists as Item 422 in the Oversized Series.,, n.d.

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A negative of an x-ray of Margaret Ingels' teeth. Dental Health,, 28-Sep-46

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An envelope that contained a negative of an x-ray of Margaret Ingels' teeth. Dental Health,, 28-Sep-46

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A negative of an x-ray of Margaret Ingels' teeth. Dental Health,, 28-Sep-46

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Oversized

Teacher's County Certificate, to D. Howard (a relative of Margaret Ingels) Peak for Carroll County Kentucky. David Howard Peak was a Business Agent for the University of Kentucky from 1916 to 1941.,, 3-Aug-89

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Teacher's County Certificate, to D. H. Peak (a relative of Margaret Ingels) for Trimble County Kentucky. David Howard Peak was a Business Agent for the University of Kentucky from 1916 to 1941.,, July 1, 1898

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Death Benefit Certificate, to D. Howard Peak (a relative of Margaret Ingels) to be received by Margaret Ann Peak (the mother of D. Howard Peak) from the Knights of Honor, Peak was a member of Trimble County Kentucky Lodge. This certificate was donated as a part of the Engineering College of - Margaret Ingels Collection, 0000UA107. David Howard Peak was a Business Agent for the University of Kentucky from 1916 to 1941.,, Aug-89

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Certificate, D. Howard Peak (a relative of Margaret Ingels), certified to practice law in Kentucky, from the Trimble Circuit Court. David Howard Peak was a Business Agent for the University of Kentucky from 1916 to 1941.,, June 13, 1895

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Broadside, The Tragedy of Hamlet presented by the School of Drama, Carnegie Institute of Technology.,, 7-May-26

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Broadside, A. S. M. E. (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) Meeting Miss Margaret Ingels of the Carrier Lyle Corp. will speak on Home Air Conditioning.,, 29-Apr-31

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Broadside, Technical Lecture Series Open to the Public to be given in the auditorium of the Vocational School Summer and Ellison Streets, Palluson, New Jersey, Dec. 3, Air Conditioning Miss Margaret Ingels, Carrier Corporation.,, [1930]

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Diploma, D. H. Peak, Teacher State Certificate, The Commonwealth of Kentucky, Department of Public Instruction. David Howard Peak was a Business Agent for the University of Kentucky from 1916 to 1941.,, September 30, 1896

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Diploma (Reproduction), Clara Belle Ingels, graduate of, Kentucky University, College of Liberal Arts, School of Modern Languages.,, 13-Jun-07

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Diploma (Reproduction), Clara Belle Ingels, Bachelor of Arts, Transylvania University.,, 1926

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Diploma (Reproduction), Kate Amanda Ingels, graduate of, Kentucky University, College of Liberal Arts, School of the Latin Language and Literature.,, 9-Jun-04

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Diploma (Reproduction), Kate Amanda Ingels, graduate of, Kentucky University, College of Liberal Arts, School of the English Language and Literature.,, 9-Jun-04

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Diploma (Reproduction), D. H. Peak, Bachelors, University of Louisville. David Howard Peak was a Business Agent for the University of Kentucky from 1916 to 1941.,, September 1896

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Diploma, Margaret Ingels, Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering, State University, Lexington, Kentucky.,, 1-Jun-16

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Diploma, Margaret Ingels, Doctor of Laws, University of Kentucky.,, 27-May-57

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Diploma, Margaret Ingels, Mechanical Engineer, University of Kentucky.,, 9-Jun-20

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Diploma, D. H. Peak, graduate, State Board of Education from the Common School in District No. 6 Trimble County Kentucky. David Howard Peak was a Business Agent for the University of Kentucky from 1916 to 1941.,, February 1, 1888

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Award, Margaret Ingels honored by The Business and Professional Women's Club.,, 4-Oct-52

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Sheet Music, "When Dreams Come Floating O'er Me" by W. Russell Brown.,, n.d.

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Program, List of Paintings Twenty-fourth Annual International Exhibition Carnegie Institute 1925.,, 1925

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Cyanotype of Margaret Ingels' Family Tree, two pages drawn by Miss Ingels and researched by F. J. Cheek using records in the family Bible and dictated by his mother, Mrs. F. J. Cheek. Additions were made from "old Quaker Records" Archives of Berks County, Pennsylvania and data collected by Mrs. D. H. Peak.,, 3-May-26

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Certificate, Margaret Ingels, a member of the Army Air Forces Aircraft Warning Service Reserve by Colonel Stewart W. Towle, Jr., of Mitchell Field, New York.,, 29-May-44

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Certificate, D. H. Peak, completion of the Course of Reading for the Kentucky Teachers' Reading Circle for 1894 - 1895 and has passed an examination, from the Trimble County Board of Management. David Howard Peak was a Business Agent for the University of Kentucky from 1916 to 1941.,, May 1, 1895

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Broadside (Photocopy), Lost, Strayed or Stolen 15 Junior Mechanicals Kentucky State University.,, 1915

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Broadside, New York Daily Tribune front page of Saturday, July 29, 1848, Report of Seneca Falls Convention, Reporter of Women's News-Stimulator of Women's Activities, Women's Centennial Congress.,, 1942

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Plans / Blueprints, First Floor Plans and Surrounding Landscaping of Howard and Kate Peak's (sister of Margaret Ingels) home, scale 1/8:1, 1 sheet. A negative of the plans exists as Image 185 in the Negatives Series.,, n.d.

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Plans, Carrier Greeting Unit, a mock design for Christmas submitted and signed by the Price and Data Drafting Department of the Carrier Corporation.,, 25-Dec-36

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Citation, Margaret Ingels as a Distingushed Citizen of Syracuse, for Loyal and Devoted Aid to America in Time of War, from an American Legion Committee sponsored by the Onondaga County Savings Bank.,, 10-Aug-43

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Print Daniel Boone's Family Tree, an image of Daniel Boone and a list of family members.,, n.d.

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Ingels and Boone Family Tree, a pencil and ink chart of Ingels and Boone family members.,, n.d.

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A Chart of Ingels Family from Colonial Times to Present Day. Copy 1,, Mar-45

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A Chart of Ingels Family from Colonial Times to Present Day. Copy 2,, Mar-45

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Reproduction, The New York Times front page of Saturday, June 1, 1867.,, n.d.

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Booklet, Inside Carrier: What the Greatest Dealer Organization in the Air Conditioning Industry is Doing This Month.,, Jan-52

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Personal

Personal - Certificate of Admission to the State College of Kentucky for the 1903 fall term for Kate Ingels, student; List of genealogical information concerning the Ingels family history; 1916 Commencement program listing Margaret Ingels as a graduate of University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering; Young Women's Christian Association of Hot Springs, Arkansas luncheon menu with Margaret Ingels' notes on the back of the menu listing the officers of the association of which her sister Miss Belle Ingels was General Secretary of the Young Women's Christian Association; Poem sent to Kate Ingels Peak called "Cooking a Husband"; the membership directory of the College Club of Pittsburgh; Golf score card from the Ashland Golf Club, Lexington, Kentucky with the scores of players: Ben Ingels; "Sis" (Margaret?) and Charles "Dutch" Schrader; Rules of the Schenley Park Golf Links, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Empty score card of the Schenley Park Golf Links, Pittsburgh…

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Personal - Bulletin from Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, New York - Margaret Ingels was the fellowship supper speaker on the subject of "Modern Weather-Making"; Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs convention held in Owensboro, Kentucky - Margaret Ingels was one of the speakers with a speech entitled "Making Weather to Order"; Poem entitled "Perfect Players Pick Plenty Pretty (Punk) Prizes" written by H. ?; program of the Executives' Club of the Oranges and Bloomfield, New Jersey that list Miss Ingels as the speaker with illustrations concerning the various types of air conditioning systems used in the United States; The Continental Casualty Insurance Company, Chicago, Illinois income, accident and sickness policy issued to Margaret Ingels; quote for income, accident and sickness policy from the W. L. Perrin and Son, New York, New York; renewal certificates from the Continental Casualty Company for Margaret Ingels; a poem entitled "The Christ Child's Love" written by Dr…

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Personal - Diet for ulcerative colitis, unidentified doctor; Poem entitled "Life's Minor Tragedies" written by Marie Oliver for the Emissarius Credit Union meeting; Three Christmas poems written by unidentified person or persons; Christmas poem written by D. Howard Peak; Poem concerning a dinner, unidentified author; Poem entitled "Youth" by unidentified person; Poem written a few months before D. Howard Peak's death by him to celebrate his and Kate's relationship as a couple; Calendar with a Will Rogers print, original by artist Hector E. Serbaroli, sponsored by Wheeler's Furniture Store, Lexington, Kentucky; Inauguration program for Katherine Gillette Blyley as President of Keuka College (Miss Ingels represented University of Kentucky as a delegate); Poem to Ed on his forty-seventh birthday written by unidentified person; Poem entitled "Twin Willows" written by D. Howard Peak; Poem written in honor of D. Howard Peak's eightieth birthday written by unidentified person; Bulletin for…

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Personal - Genealogical charts mostly of the Ingels connection with the Boone family of which some charts and information were provided by Margaret Ingels, Kate Ingels Peak and Julia Ardery; list of types of flowers; Margaret Ingels' biography including University of Kentucky through Carrier Air Conditioning Corporation in 1933.,, n.d.

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Personal - Genealogical information including family history charts for the Ingels family,, n.d.

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Personal - Poems written by D. Howard Peak and unidentified family members of Margaret Ingels and possibly Margaret herself wrote some of these unsigned and undated poetry concerning family members, Thanksgiving, Christmas and family events. There are some love poems from D. Howard Peak to his spouse, Kate Ingels Peak and lastly a poem about aging.,, n.d.

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Personal - a copy of the University of Kentucky "Alma Mater" and the Commonwealth of Kentucky's state song, "My Old Kentucky Home"; Short story concerning a man's stint in the army in World War II written by August Childs according to the story's account but the real author may be someone in Miss Ingels' family because this man left for the service in August and thus could have called himself "August Childs" - first hand account of the ship going to Europe and the trenches in France; Invitation to an "Ole Kentucky Barbecue with Burgoo" by the county of fayette and the city of Lexington, Kentucky in honor of the opening of Keeneland and was held at Dixiana Farm - Judge Richard C. Stoll was chairman of the event; Beta Sigma Phi eleventh Founder's Day ritual of jewels meeting menu from the Hotel Syracuse, New York and program - Margaret Ingels gave the address on the Symbolism of the America Flag; Beta Sigma Phi of Syracuse, New York roster of chapter membersPoem entitled "Kentucky Maggie…

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Personal - a card advertising The College Hut restaurant and gift shop, 214 South Limestone Street with the wildcat's football schedule; Invitation to a dinner honoring Professor of Agriculture E. S. Good at the Student Union Building; "The Daily Telegraph", London, England is quoted for the following definitions of political "isms" - socialism, fascism, nazism, communism and New Dealism; comical letter entitled "Double Talk" written by Louie ?; Two short summaries concerning Chemistry of women and man; treatise on who are men by an unidentified person; Poem entitled "Aunt Bet Holcombe on The New Deal" written by Professor of Education and Philosophy, James Thomas Cotton Noe; "The Man On The Flying Trapeze" written by unidentified person; List of quotes and Margaret Ingels' written answers; Treatise on the subject of aging entitled "How to Guess Your Age" written by Corey Ford; Game to name the counties of Kentucky; Handwritten rules for the card game Canasta; Two very short poems on…

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Photographic Prints

An image of Ben Charles Ingels, Senior (father of Margaret Ingels) in a shop located in Danville, Kentucky.,, [1907]

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An image of Charles Christopher Schrader as a teenager with another boy fishing. There is a note on the back from Charles Christopher Schrader "Dutch" to Margaret Ingels. This image was found pasted on the back of page 101 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1907]

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An image of four young ladies with their heads through a fence. Margaret Ingels is the second girl from the right. This image was found pasted on the front of page 100 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1912]

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An image of a woman, possibly nicknamed Tedd. This image was found pasted on the back of page 103 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1913]

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A postcard with an image of (left to right) "Tedd", Sam, Mr. Lacy and Esther on horses. There is a note on the back from Tedd to Margaret Ingels. The post card is addressed to Ingels in Lexington, Kentucky. This image was found pasted on the back of page 103 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1913]

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A portrait of Leslie Boone Ingels (older brother Margaret Ingels).,, [1915]

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A portrait of an unidentified man standing with his arms crossed.,, [1916]

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A portrait of unidentified four men.,, [1916]

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A portrait of an unidentified lady by Browning Fairfield of Iowa. This image was found pasted on the back of page 107 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1916]

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An image of an unidentified woman holding a tennis racket. A note on the back of the print reads, "Miss Ingels," but this does appear to be an image of Margaret Ingels.,, [1916]

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An image of Margaret Ingels and a man (possibly her older brother) standing behind a small bush.,, [1916]

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An image of a man (possibly her older brother) standing behind a small bush. This image was found pasted on the front of page 100 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1916]

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An image of a woman posing in front of a building and a man and woman talking on the left side of the print. This image was found pasted on the front of page 100 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1916]

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An image of the entrance to a house. This image was found pasted on the back of page 101 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1916]

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An image of a one and a half story house (same house as in image 16) in the foreground and a two and a half story house in the background. This image was found pasted on the back of page 100 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1916]

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An image of a Model A Ford automobile and a one and a half story house (same house as in image 15) in the background. This image was found pasted on the back of page 100 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes. The Model A Ford's were manufactured between 1928 and 1932.,, [1930]

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A postcard of Margaret Ingels and two men sitting at a drafting table. This image was found pasted on the front of page 103 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1916]

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A portrait of Margaret Ingels standing behind a forge preparing to work on metal. This image was found pasted on the front of page 102 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1916]

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A portrait of Gertrude and an unidentified woman in a corn field. The print has a written note to Margaret Ingels on the back. This image was found pasted on the front of page 101 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1916]

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A portrait of four unidentified women sitting and leaning on a stone wall. This image was found pasted on the front of page 100 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1916]

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A portrait of four unidentified women sitting on a log. Margaret Ingels may by the woman on the far left with her arms around her knees. This image was found pasted on the front of page 100 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1916]

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A portrait of a woman standing in a field. This image was found pasted on the front of page 108 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1916]

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A blurred image of a man walking on the University of Kentucky campus. This image was found pasted on the front of page 103 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1916]

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An image of Margaret Ingels and an unidentified man standing beneath a tree near some greenhouses. This image was found pasted on the front of page 103 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1916]

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An image of an unidentified man standing next to large rocks and above a field. This image was found pasted on the front of page 103 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1916]

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A card with a portrait of J. W. Thompson in his football uniform. The front of the card has printing which reads, "J. W. Thompson Captain 1916 Wildcats." The back of the card has the 1916 football schedule. This image was found pasted on the front of page 108 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1916]

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A portrait of a group of baseball players in mixed uniforms. The man in a button-up shirt, tie and slacks is believed to be H. H. Dowming. This image was found pasted on the back of page 104 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1916]

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A portrait of a group of football players in a field. This image was found pasted on the back of page 104 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1916]

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A postcard portrait of Lieutenant Wilfred Reddihough in a military uniform with a kilt. Reddihough lived in Lexington, Kentucky for a period of time before leaving for British Columbia and joining Company 2, Battalion 16 of the Canadian Scots. He was killed on the French battle front. This image was found pasted on the back of page 99 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1917]

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An image of two women looking over a pier. This image was found in the "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1917]

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A portrait of a group of men in overalls (possibly mechanical engineers). This image was found pasted to the front fo page 105 of the "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1917]

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A portrait of an unidentified woman standing beside a painting of a man playing a musical instrument. This image was found pasted to the front of page 101 of the "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1917]

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A portrait of an unidentified woman sitting with a book open on her lap and next to a window. This image was found pasted to the front of page 101 of the "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1917]

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A damaged portrait of an unidentified woman standing next to a canvas. This image was found pasted to the front of page 101 of the "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, 17-Apr

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A portrait of Margaret Ingels holding a piece of machinery she invented. There is a tear on the bottom right side of the print.,, [1917]

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An image two men and two women outside near a barn. Margaret Ingels is in the action of throwing something. Christopher Schrader "Dutch" is standing behind Ingels smoking a pipe.,, [1917]

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An image two men and two women outside near a barn. Margaret Ingels is in the action of throwing something. Christopher Schrader "Dutch" is standing behind Ingels smoking a pipe. This print was found among the notes entitled "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department.",, [1917]

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An image two men and two women outside near a barn. Margaret Ingels is in the action of throwing something. Christopher Schrader "Dutch" is standing behind Ingels smoking a pipe. This print was found among the notes entitled "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department.",, [1917]

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A portrait of Margaret Ingels standing in front of the steps of a house. This print was found pasted to the front of page 102 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1917]

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A portrait of Charles Christopher Schrader standing in front of the steps of a house. This print was found pasted to the back of page 102 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1917]

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A composite print of the University of Kentucky Class of 1917 College of Mechanical Electrical Engineering. Included in this print are portraits of "Dutch" Charles Christopher Schrader and Dean F. Paul Anderson. This print was found pasted to the front of page 106 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, 1917

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A portrait of "Dutch" Charles Christopher Schrader in his cap and gown for graduation. This print was found pasted to the back of page 106 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, 1917

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A portrait of "Dutch" Charles Christopher Schrader. This print was found pasted to the front of page 108 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1917]

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An image of "Dutch" Charles Christopher Schrader kicking on a football field with a goal post in the background. This print was found pasted to the front of page 106 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1917]

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An image of "Dutch" Charles Christopher Schrader in a baseball uniform throwing a ball. This print was found pasted to the front of page 106 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1917]

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A group portrait of "Dutch" Charles Christopher Schrader and two other men in football uniforms standing on the football field. This print was found pasted to the front of page 106 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1917]

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A portrait of "Dutch" Charles Christopher Schrader in a football uniform standing on the football field. This print was found pasted to the front of page 106 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1917]

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An image of "Dutch" Charles Christopher Schrader and another man looking at books at a table. This print was found pasted to the back of page 102 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1917]

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An image of "Dutch" Charles Christopher Schrader dancing with another man. Both men are in Navy uniforms. There is a note on the back of the print to Margaret Ingels. This print was found pasted to the back of page 106 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1917]

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A portrait of "Dutch" Charles Christopher Schrader in a Navy uniform. There is a note on the back of the print to Margaret Ingels. This print was found pasted to the back of page 106 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1917]

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A portrait of "Dutch" Charles Christopher Schrader with two other men in Navy uniforms. There is a note on the back of the print to Margaret Ingels. This print was found pasted to the back of page 106 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1917]

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A portrait of "Dutch" Charles Christopher Schrader in a Navy uniform. There is a note on the back of the print to Margaret Ingels. This print was found pasted to the back of page 106 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1917]

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An image of several men and women walking on a dirt road.,, [1917]

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An image of Margaret Ingels, on the left, and Helen Cochran, in the center, talking and an unidentified man on the right.,, [1917]

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An image of Margaret Ingels on the left, Helen Cochran on the right, and "Dutch" Charles Christopher Schrader behind Helen.,, [1917]

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An image of Margaret Ingels on the left, Helen Cochran in the center, and an unidentified man and woman on the right.,, [1917]

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An image of Margaret Ingels on the left, "Dutch" Charles Christopher Schrader, Helen Cochran and an unidentified woman in the center.,, [1917]

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An image of a group of people sitting around a camp fire grilling corn. The people in the print include Margaret Ingels, "Dutch" Charles Christopher Schrader, and Helen Cochran.,, [1917]

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A portrait of a friend of Margaret Ingels' and an officer in Bronx Park. This is number 2 in a series. This print was found pasted to the front of page 110 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1918]

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A portrait of a friend of Margaret Ingels' and an officer in Bronx Park. This is number 4 in a series. This print was found pasted to the front of page 110 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1918]

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A portrait of a friend of Margaret Ingels' and an officer in Bronx Park. This is number 5 in a series. This print was found pasted to the front of page 110 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1918]

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A portrait of Margaret Ingels and a friend in Bronx Park. This is number 6 in a series and has a note on the back. This print was found pasted to the front of page 110 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1918]

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An image of Helen Cochran sitting in a Ford Model A, which they called "Miky Ingels." The Model A Ford's were manufactured between 1928 and 1932.,, [1930]

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A portrait of Margaret Ingels, Mr. E. C. Evans, and Mrs. Evans standing in front of a Ford Model A, which they called "Miky Ingels." The Model A Ford's were manufactured between 1928 and 1932.,, [1930]

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A portrait of Helen Cochran and Mr. E. C. Evans standing in front of a Ford Model A, which they called "Miky Ingels." The Model A Ford's were manufactured between 1928 and 1932.,, [1930]

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A portrait of Mrs. E. C. Evans, Helen Cochran and Margaret Ingels standing in front of a Ford Model A, which they called "Miky Ingels." The Model A Ford's were manufactured between 1928 and 1932.,, [1930]

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A portrait of Helen Cochran sitting in of a Ford Model A, which they called "Miky Ingels." The Model A Ford's were manufactured between 1928 and 1932.,, [1930]

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A portrait of Helen Cochran sitting in of a Ford Model A, which they called "Miky Ingels." The Model A Ford's were manufactured between 1928 and 1932.,, [1930]

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An image of a United States Northrop P-61 "Black Widow" in flight. The back of print is labeled 28102 A. C., Official Photo U.S. Air Forces, AC / AS, Intelligence Photographic Division.,, [1943]

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An image of United States Northrop P-61 "Black Widow" air planes being unloaded in the South Pacific to be used against the Japanese by the United States 13th Air Force. The print is labeled +53529 A. C., Official Photo U.S. Air Forces, AC / AS, Intelligence Photographic Division.,, [1943]

  • Box 3, Item 69
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A portrait of an unidentified woman standing on a sidewalk (possibly Margaret Ingels' mother). Taken by De Lure Studio, Hot Springs, Arkansas. This print was found pasted to the back of page 108 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, 25-Jan-20

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A portrait of two unidentified women and a man in a military uniform standing on a sidewalk (the woman on the far left is possibly Margaret Ingels' mother). Taken by De Lure Studio, Hot Springs, Arkansas. This print was found pasted to the back of page 108 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

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A portrait taken outside of two unidentified men in military uniforms and an unidentified woman (the woman may be Margaret Ingels' mother). One of the men has a cane and the other is sitting in a wheel chair. Taken by De Lure Studio, Hot Springs, Arkansas. This print was found pasted to the back of page 108 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

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A portrait of three unidentified women in front of a stone wall. Taken by De Lure Studio, Hot Springs, Arkansas. This print was found pasted to the back of page 109 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

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An image of seven story apartment building, with a note on the back of the print that says, "The building in which I live - both wings are the one building - morning side drive." This print was found within the "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

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A portrait of Margaret Ingels taken by The New York Times Studio, 231 West 43rd Street, New York City. This print was found within the "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 3, Item 75
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A portrait taken outside of (left to right) Jessie McMasters, Catherine Concannon, Katherine Berensman, Virginia Dunhan, Jeanette McCauley, Irine Doll, Gertrude Brown, Ruth Flemming, Eva Allen, Margaret Ingels, Augestine, and Catherine Messic. This print was found pasted to the front of page 111 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, 31-Jul-20

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A cutout silhouette of Margaret Ingels standing wearing a hat.,, [1920]

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A group portrait of eight persons in tennis playing clothes and tennis rackets. Margaret Ingels is wearing a stripped skirt.,, [1920]

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A group portrait of eight persons in tennis playing clothes and tennis rackets. Margaret Ingels is wearing a stripped skirt.,, [1920]

  • Box 3, Item 79
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A image of a group of five women next to a waterfall. Margaret Ingels may be the woman all in white wearing a hat. This print was found pasted to the front of page 104 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

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A portrait of a woman (possibly Kate Amanda Ingels Peak) with a girl. A house is in the background. This print was found pasted to the back of page 109 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

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A portrait of D. (David) Howard Peak and a woman (possibly Kate Amanda Ingels Peak) standing outside. This print was found pasted to the back of page 109 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

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An image of a teepee style tent and writing on the print that says, "our sleeping quarters." This print was found pasted to the front of page 107 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 83
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An image of two houses in a wooded area and writing on the print that says, "across the lake." This print was found pasted to the front of page 107 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

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An image of house next to a tobacco patch and writing on the print that says, "canoe club from the road." This print was found pasted to the front of page 107 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

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An image of three women in a canoe and writing on the print that says, "from the club porch - Anna in front." This print was found pasted to the front of page 107 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 86
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A portrait of a little boy in a sailor hat standing in front of a tent and writing on the print that says, "our small tent - & guard." This print was found pasted to the front of page 107 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 87
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A portrait of two women in a canoe and writing on the print that says, "looking down the lake." This print was found pasted to the front of page 107 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 88
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A group portrait of people having a picnic outdoors. This print was found pasted to the back of page 107 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, 19-Aug-20

  • Box 4, Item 89
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A group portrait of people having a picnic outdoors. This print was found pasted to the front of page 111 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, 19-Aug-20

  • Box 4, Item 90
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A portrait of two people standing in front of a tree. This print was found pasted to the back of page 109 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 91
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A portrait of Margaret Ingels leaning on a tree branch. This print was found pasted to the back of page 109 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 92
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A portrait of Margaret Ingels standing in the branches of a tree. This print was found pasted to the back of page 109 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 93
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A portrait of unidentified man and another person in the lower left of the print. This print was found pasted to the back of page 109 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 94
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An image of a table outside decorated with flowers and doll. This print was found among the pages of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 95
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A portrait of two women standing outside. This print was found pasted to the back of page 109 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 96
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A portrait of two unidentified women and a man standing outside in snow. This print was found pasted to the front of page 105 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 97
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A portrait of an unidentified woman standing outside in snow. This print was found in the pages of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 98
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An image of an unidentified woman wearing a hat walking on a sidewalk. This print was found pasted to the front of page 104 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 99
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A group portrait of unidentified young ladies of various ages and two adult women posing outside. This print was found pasted to the front of page 104 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 100
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An image of a unidentified man standing beside a two and a half story brick house. This print was found pasted to the back of page 105 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 101
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An image of a two and a half story brick house with a corn field on the left. This print was found pasted to the back of page 105 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 102
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A portrait of an unidentified woman standing across from a Y. W. C. A. (Young Women's Christian Association) residence. This print was found pasted to the front of page 109 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, 13-Jun-20

  • Box 4, Item 103
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A portrait of two unidentified women standing across from a Y. W. C. A. (Young Women's Christian Association) residence by De Luxe Studio, Hot Springs, Arkansas. This print was found pasted to the front of page 109 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, 13-Jun-20

  • Box 4, Item 104
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A portrait of an unidentified woman standing on a sidewalk next to a stone wall. This print was taken by De Luxe Studio, Hot Springs, Arkansas. This print was found pasted to the front of page 109 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 105
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A portrait of an unidentified woman standing on the steps of a Y. M. C. A. (Young Women's Christian Association) residence. This print was found pasted to the back of page 115 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 106
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A portrait of an unidentified woman standing in dirt next to a building. This print was found pasted to the front of page 112 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 107
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A portrait of an unidentified woman standing on a sidewalk next to a building. This print was found pasted to the front of page 112 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 108
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A portrait of three unidentified women and a man standing on a sidewalk (the woman on the far right may by Eva Allen). This print was found pasted to the front of page 112 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 109
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A group portrait of men and women on the steps of a building. This print was found pasted to the front of page 112 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 110
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A group portrait of men and women on the steps of a building. The woman in white may be Eva Allen. This print was found pasted to the back of page 111 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 111
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A portrait of a woman standing in a field next to a haystack and some trees. This print was found pasted to the back of page 110 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, 31-Jul-20

  • Box 4, Item 112
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A postcard with a portrait of an unidentified woman. This print was found pasted to the front of page 108 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1920]

  • Box 4, Item 113
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A portrait of Virginia Bunham with a doll in her left hand, a bouquet in her right, and standing on a step ladder of a fire escape. This print was found pasted to the back of page 110 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, 31-Jul-20

  • Box 4, Item 114
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An image of an unidentified man and woman sitting on a beach with their feet in the water. This print was found pasted to the front of page 117 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 115
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An image of group of unidentified persons swimming in some body of water. This print was found pasted to the front of page 117 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 116
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An image of group of unidentified persons sitting and standing on a porch. The back of the print is stamped "Davega 4 31 The Sportsman's Paradise." This print was found pasted to the front of page 117 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

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An image of Charles Christopher Schrader "Dutch" standing in an outdoor shed. The back of the print is stamped "Davega 4 25 Five New York Stores." This print was found pasted to the front of page 117 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 118
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A group portrait of men and women, including Margaret Ingels, sitting on stone steps. This print was found pasted to the front of page 116 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 119
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A group portrait of men and women sitting together. Some of the persons are wearing bathing suits. This print was found pasted to the back of page 116 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 120
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An image of three persons sitting on a dock and holding an umbrella over their heads. This print was found pasted to the back of page 116 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 121
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An image of a man in a gown and bonnet sitting in front of a woman in a rocking chair. This print was found pasted to the front of page 114 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 122
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A group portrait of men and women sitting on stone steps. This print was found pasted to the front of page 114 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 123
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A group portrait of men and women, including Margaret Ingels, sitting on stone steps. This print was found pasted to the back of page 113 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 124
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An image of three persons laying in a waterfall. This print was found pasted to the front of page 113 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 125
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An image of an unidentified man in a canoe. This print was found pasted to the front of page 113 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 126
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A group portrait of two unidentified men, Margaret Ingels, and an unidentified older woman, sitting in a waterfall. This print was found pasted to the front of page 113 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 127
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A group portrait of men and women, including Margaret Ingels, sitting on stone steps. This print was found pasted to the back of page 112 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 128
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A portrait of an unidentified man and woman sitting on a stone wall. This print was found pasted to the back of page 112 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 129
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An image of an unidentified man writing on a stone wall. This print was found pasted to the back of page 112 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, 1921

  • Box 4, Item 130
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An image of a body of water and the surrounding land. This print was found pasted to the back of page 113 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 131
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An image of two unidentified men golfing. This print was found pasted to the front of page 115 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 132
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An image of two unidentified men golfing. This print was found pasted to the front of page 115 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 133
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An image of two unidentified men carrying golf bags. This print was found pasted to the back of page 114 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 134
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An image of two unidentified men posing on a golf course. This print was found pasted to the back of page 114 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 135
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An image of two unidentified men golfing on a golf course. This print was found pasted to the back of page 114 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 136
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A postcard of an image of an unidentified woman, baby and child. The postcard has a note on the back. This print was found pasted to the back of page 115 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

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A portrait of an unidentified man, woman and baby on a porch swing. This print has a note on the back. This print was found pasted to the back of page 115 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 138
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An image of a rickshaw driver with an unidentified woman sitting in a rickshaw. This print was found pasted to the back of page 115 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1921]

  • Box 4, Item 139
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A group portrait of men and Margaret Ingels standing in front of a building. This print was found pasted to the back of page 117 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1922]

  • Box 4, Item 140
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A portrait of a baby sitting a stool with a cat. This print was found among the "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1922]

  • Box 4, Item 141
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A portrait of a baby sitting a stool. This print was found among the "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1922]

  • Box 4, Item 142
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A portrait of Margaret Ingels holding golf clubs in a field. This print was found pasted to the front of page 110 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1923]

  • Box 4, Item 143
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A portrait of Margaret Ingels swinging a golf club. This print was found pasted to the back of page 107 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1923]

  • Box 4, Item 144
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An image of an unidentified city skyline. This print was found among the "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1923]

  • Box 4, Item 145
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A group portrait of unidentified women posing outside. This print was found among the "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1923]

  • Box 4, Item 146
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A group portrait of unidentified women posing on a porch. This print was printed by the Elizabeth Novelty Co. 923 Elizabeth, N. J. This print was found among the "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1923]

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A group portrait of unidentified women inside a house that has been decorated for some occasion. This print was printed by the Elizabeth Novelty Co. 923 Elizabeth, N. J. This print was found among the "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1923]

  • Box 4, Item 148
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A group portrait of unidentified women sitting and standing on a porch. This print was printed by the Elizabeth Novelty Co. 923 Elizabeth, N. J. This print was found among the "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1923]

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A group portrait of unidentified women standing on the steps leading to a porch. This print was printed by the Elizabeth Novelty Co. 923 Elizabeth, N. J. This print was found among the "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1923]

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A group portrait of unidentified women sitting on the steps leading to a porch. This print was printed by the Elizabeth Novelty Co. 923 Elizabeth, N. J. This print was found among the "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1923]

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A portrait of [Eliza] Church standing on the steps of a building. This print was found among the "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1925]

  • Box 4, Item 152
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A portrait of an unidentified woman standing on a sidewalk. This print was found pasted to the front of page 116 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, [1925]

  • Box 4, Item 153
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An image of a statue in New York at night.,, [1925]

  • Box 4, Item 154
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An image of New York City at night.,, [1925]

  • Box 4, Item 155
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An image from the top of "Tuskarora Mountain" (possibly Tuscarora Mountain in Pennsylvania).,, 25-Jun

  • Box 4, Item 156
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An image of a statue of a man on a horse in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.,, 1925

  • Box 4, Item 157
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A group portrait of two unidentified men, Margaret Ingels and "Dutch" Charles Christopher Schrader walking on a boardwalk.,, [1926]

  • Box 4, Item 158
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A postcard with an image of an Ingels building on Market Street in Lexington, Kentucky.,, [1927]

  • Box 4, Item 159
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An image of two unidentified women standing in front of the Columbia University's Library.,, 1927

  • Box 4, Item 160
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An image of two unidentified women on or near the campus of Columbia University.,, 1927

  • Box 4, Item 161
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A portrait of an unidentified woman and man sitting on the floor board of a car. The car may be a 1938 Ford four door Sedan.,, [1938]

  • Box 4, Item 162
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A portrait of an unidentified woman and man sitting on the floor board of a car. The car may be a 1938 Ford four door Sedan.,, [1938]

  • Box 4, Item 162
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A group portrait of Margaret Ingels, Betty Carolyn Peters, Jessie Marie Kempier and Dean Dan V. Terrell standing front of the entrance to Mechanical Hall on the University of Kentucky campus.,, Aug-47

  • Box 4, Item 163
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A group portrait of Margaret Ingels, Jessie Marie Kempier and Betty Carolyn Peters standing front of the entrance to Mechanical Hall on the University of Kentucky campus.,, Aug-47

  • Box 4, Item 164
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An image of a United War Fund Rally of Carrier men and women. The location of Margaret Ingels has been circled on this print.,, 15-Oct-42

  • Box 4, Item 165
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A group portrait of the anniversary dinner of Carrier Corporation in Syracuse, New York. Margaret Ingels is portrayed sitting at a table near the center of the room.,, [1940]

  • Box 4, Item 166
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A group portrait of a party held by the Carrier Corporation. Margaret Ingels is sitting near a window on the far left of the print.,, Feb-46

  • Box 4, Item 167
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A group portrait of a party held by the Carrier Corporation. Margaret Ingels is sitting near a window on the left side of the print.,, Feb-46

  • Box 4, Item 168
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An autographed portrait of Sarah Gibson Blanding, President of Vassar College, taken by Delar Rockefeller Center.,, [1947]

  • Box 4, Item 169
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An image of a snow covered landscape with trees in the foreground and a train station in the background. This print was found pasted to the front of page 115 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, n.d.

  • Box 4, Item 170
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An image of a snow covered landscape with a tree in the foreground and located near a train station. This print was found pasted to the front of page 115 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, n.d.

  • Box 4, Item 171
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An image of Charles Christopher Schrader and Margaret Ingels standing on the steps of a train station. This print was found pasted to the front of page 115 of "State University of Kentucky Engineering Department" notes.,, n.d.

  • Box 4, Item 172
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A portrait of Dean F. Paul Anderson.,, [February 1927]

  • Box 4, Item 173
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Two portraits of Margaret Ingels pasted together.,, n.d.

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A portrait of Howard Peak and a young lady (possibly Peak's niece). This print may have been taken in a photo booth during the 1934 World's Fair in Chicago.,, [1934]

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An image of a light colored stove in a room.,, n.d.

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An image of Willis Carrier, founder of Carrier Air Conditioner Corporation and Margaret Ingels when Margaret was receiving an award.,, [1952]

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Professional

Professional - Program for the Semi-Annual Meeting, American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Hotel Traymore, Atlantic City, New Jersey, F. Paul Anderson is listed as a member of the Council; Program for the thirty-first annual banquet at the Copley Plaza, Boston, Massachussetts for the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers; Program for the thirty-second Annual Meeting of the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Hotel Statler, Buffalo, New York with F. Paul Anderson listed as a member of the Council; Program for the thirty-second semi-annual meeting of the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Phoenix Hotel, Lexington, Kentucky with F. Paul Anderson listed as First Vice-President of the organization and on the Council; Taxi receipt with the symbol of the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers on the receipt; a calling card of Charles "Dutch" Schrader, Argo Laboratory, Armstrong Cork and Insulation Company…

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Professional - Program for the Award of the Flag of The United State Navy Bureau of Ordinance and the Navy "E" pennant to the Carrier Corporation for excellence of performance in fulfilling naval ordnance contracts; Carrier Second annual ten-year Plus Club Service Dinner at the Hotel Onondaga - Ms Ingels received the fifteen to nineteen award; Program for the inauguration of Everett Needham Case, President of Colgate University to which Ms. Ingels was the representative for the University of Kentucky; Interdepartmental Memorandum written by Packing Engineering Corporation, Cranford, New Jersey, reprinted by American Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, Delaware and circulated at the Carrier Corporation.,, 1941 - 1943

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Professional - an announcement by the York Heating and Ventilating Corporation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for Mr. H. P. Gant to join the company; List of candidates for Membership in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers that Ms. Ingels, Carrier-Lyle Corporation was listed as one of the candidates from the Metropolitan Section, Newark, New Jersey; Brochure publicizing Ms. Ingels speaking on the subject: "Doing Something about the Weather"; Two Programs listing Ms. Ingels as speaker to the Society of Engineers of Eastern New York and the Rochester Engineering Society Annual Meeting and Election of Officers; Minutes of the Public Affairs Committee Meeting and a note indicating that Ms. Ingels was on the Board of Technology Club and that a Congressional action was in line with this board concerning atomic energy.,, 1927 - 1946

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Publications

Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Making Weather In The Home'", Rochester Realtor; "When Man first discovered how to create and control fire, he began to manufacture weather.", unidentified publication; "Air Conditioning Installment - Human Comfort" published by American Artisan; "Air Conditioning Application" published by American Artisan.,, 1930

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Forecasting the Future", unidentified publisher; "Home Made Weather, Air Conditioning in Private Residences Seen as Aid to Health and Comfort" published by Rochester Engineer Society and Building Age Magazine; "Doing Something About the Weather" published by Kentucky Alumnus and Educational Bulletin Number 66, Carrier-Lyle Corporation; "Making Weather In The Home", Rochester Realtor.,, 1930

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Homemade Weather to Order", Good Housekeeping and Journal of Home Economics; "Doing Something About the Weather", Weathermaker News; "Commercial Status of Air Conditioning with Gas" by Ms. Ingels and Walter L. Fleisher, Consulting and Advisory Engineer; "Machine Made Weather", The Aerologist; "Air Conditioning In the Home", unidentified publisher; "Modern Standards of Ventilation", unidentified publisher.,, 1931

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "The Refrigerating Engineer's Visit To the New York World's Fair", Refrigerating Engineering.,, 1931

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Discussion of "Commercial Status of Air Conditioning with Gas", unidentified publisher (two copies).,, 1933

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Homemade Weather To Order", Journal of Home Economics.,, 1935

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: News Bureau of Carrier Corporation sent this news release written by Margaret Ingels to publishers for their review; written by Ms. Ingels for the Carrier Corporation - the article - "Air Conditioning in Churches" sent to board of trustees of churches for consideration; Article written concerning evaporative condensers and refrigeration storage systems for unidentified publication.,, 1937

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Air Condtioning", News Edition of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry; "Industrial Air Conditioning", Louis Alles Company publication named Messenger; "Do They Have to be Walnut?", Interior Design and Decoration; "Refrigeration Storage Systerm used with Air Conditioning Installations, unidentified publisher; "Air Conditioning Equipment", Industrial and Engineering Chemistry (two copies); " Essentials of Air Conditioning", Brewery Age; "Thermadynamic of Air Conditioning"; "Annual Air Conditioning Review for Carrier Corporation - 1938"; "Storage System Used In Air Conditioning Dallas Building" published in Southern Power Journal; "Industrial Air Conditioning" published in Louis Allis Company Messenger, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.,, 1938

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "The What and Why of Air Conditioning" published by the Rochester Engineering Society; "Air Conditioning: Novel and Varied Applicatins of Humidification, Refrigeration and Heating Have Advanced Human Welfare in Social, Economic and Health Spheres" published by Commercial America, Philadelphia; "Air Conditioning in Drug Stores"; "Air Conditioning -- Eventually--Why Not Now?", Snowmen's Trade Review published by Theatre Magazine; "Air Conditioning and Refrigerating Equipment for Modernizing Stores" published by the Jewelry Store Magazine named Jeweler's Circular Keystone; "Trends of Air Conditioning Design of Equipment and Design of Buildings" published by Architectural Record; "Liquor Store and Dispenser", not known if published; "The Home Economist's Interest in The Igloo of Tomorrow" published by What's New in Home Economics; "Ask the Air Conditioning Engineer - He's Glad to…

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Air Conditioning in Doctors and Dentist Office, Clinics, and Hospitals" published by Philadelphia Record (two copies); "Drugs and Foods" submitted to Drug Trade News and Food Industries; "Drugs and Foods with Air Conditioning" published Philadelphia Record; "Doctors and Dentist Offices" submitted to Drug Trade News; "Types of Air Conditioning Equipment Available" published by Pacific Factory; "An Air Conditioning System Reduces Production Costs" published by National Engineer.,, 1939

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Types of Air Conditioning Equipment Available" published by Pacific Factory; "Water Chilled - But Not for Air Conditioning" published by Refrigerating Engineers; "Air Conditioning In the South" published by Manufacturers Record (three copies); "What Air Conditioning Can Do for You" published by The Missouri Restaurant; "Air Conditioning and the National Defense Program" published by Kentucky Engineer; "Air Conditioning" submitted to World Book Encyclopedia; "Machine Made Weather" published by Aerologist; "You Are an Engine - Air-Cooled Yes, You!" published by Carrier Corporation; "Civilian Conservation of the B.T.U." published Carrier Air Condtioning/ Heating/ Refrigeration Company.,, 1939

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Take the If from Shipping Promises" published by Mill and Factory; "Air Conditioning Developed on Three Fronts - World's Fair Helped Popularize Trend Abetted by Engineering Improvements and Economies with Resultant Increase of Installations" published by Commerical America; "Excessive Cooling is Not Comfort Air Conditioning" published by The Independent - Theater journal; "Summer Air Conditioning Needed in Cool Climates" published by Michigan Tradesman; "Air Conditioning Means Comfortable Weather ...Even in Crowded Rooms" published by Mortuary Management (three copies); "Here Is Economical Air Conditioning - All Rooms May Be Delightfully Cool" published by Real Estate; "Acondicionamiento del aire para teatros" published by Carrier Corporation - International Division; "Annual Review of Air Conditioning for 1940" published by Ice and Refrigeration and America Commercial.,, 1940

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Air Conditioning and the National Defense Program" published by Kentucky Engineer; "Streamlining Sheet Metal Duct Work" submitted to unidentified publisher; "Conditioned Air for Cleaners and Dyers" published by Spot News - The Dow Chemical Company (Three copies); "Can You Afford not to Air Condition Your Store?" published by National Association of Retail Druggist; "Selecting the Right Air Conditioning Equipment for your Store" published by National Association of Retail Druggist; "Air Conditioning is a Good Investment" published by Apparel Arts; "Air-Conditioning and the National Defense Program" published by Kentucky Engineer (two copies); "Selecting the Right Air Conditioner" published by National Air Conditioning Refrigeration Digest Journal.,, 1941

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Air Conditioning in Home Economics" written for the Second Annual Air Conditioning Institute, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; "The White Man's Burden - A Joy of the Future" published for Apparel Arts; "Don't Live on a Desert This Winter - Why the Carrier Room Humidifier Was Developed" (two copies) published by unidentified publisher; "Humane Embalming" published by Humane Embalming and Progressive Funeral Practice (four copies), Margaret Ingels, Only Woman Mechanical and Electrical Engineer in All United States", unknown report at the Lexington Leader, Section 4, page 1, column 3.,, 1941

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Summer Box Office" published by The Independent - theater journal; "Keeping Cool" published by American Magazine; "Annual Air Conditioning Review for 1941 - Carrier Corporation (three copies); "Popular Interest in Air Conditioning - Growing Importance of Indoor Atmosphere Control in Industrial Production Has Been Manifest in the National Rearmament Program" published by Commercial America (two copies - one copy is in Spanish); "Air Conditioning for Florists' Shops" published by Telegraph Delivery Spirit; "Modern Weathermaking" published by unidentified publisher.,, 1941

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Air Conditioning" published by World Book Encyclopedia (two copies); "Air Conditioning" published by Journal of Chemical Education; "Maintenance of Air Conditioning and Refrigerating Equipment" published by Liquor Store Dispensary; "Compares Human Body to Engine to Explain How Air Conditioning Works" published by Showmen's Trade Review; "Air Conditioning Is a Production Tool" published by This Week; article concerning Mr. J. I. Lyle, President of the Carrier Corporation; "Air Conditioning" published by Doubleday's Encyclopedia - The Groller Society.,, 1942

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Air Conditioning Goes To War" published by Heating, Piping and Air Conditioning; "Women in the Air Conditioning Industry" published by Heating, Piping and Air Conditioning; "Industrial Air Control" published by Scientific American.,, 1943

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Women in White Collar Jobs" published by Heating, Piping and Air Conditioning; "Air Conditioning - A Need In Industry" published by Pioneer.,, 1944

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Air Conditioning in the Baking Industry" published by Bakers Digest (two copies); "The Chief" published by Cornell Engineering; "Air Conditioning - the packaging operation" published by Modern Packaging.,, 1945

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Air Conditioning Units for Theatres" published by The Naval Reservist.,, 1946

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Air-Conditioning Units for Theatres" published by Better Theatres.,, 1947

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Air Conditioning in Industry" published by Onondaga Pottery; "Air Conditioning -- A Production Tool In Industry" published by Central Manufacturing District Magazine, International Libe Stock Exposition, Chicago, Illinois.,, 1949

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Art of Air Conditioning" published by Collier's 1949 Yearbook.,, 1950

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or actually published with the following titles and periodicals: "Petticoats and Slide Rules" published by Centennial Meeting of Engineers, Chicago Illinois.,, 1952

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Articles either submitted by Margaret Ingels or published by an unidentified source with the following titles and periodicals: "The Science of Air Conditioning" submitted to unknown publisher; "The Home Atmosphere Is Now Conditioned Air"; Paper presented for discussion by Ms. Ingels at the American Society of Heating and Ventilation Convention in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania [1924] or unknown date entitled "Air Leakage Through Various Forms of Building Construction"; Article entitled "Definition of Ventilation - Guide" - published by the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers; Article entitled "Research With Particular Reference To Heating and Ventilation"; Article entitled "Ventilation of Schools"; "The Day of Air Conditioning"; "Air Conditioning in India" speech given to Men's Direct Mail Advertising Club in Baltimore; "Horses Need Air Conditioning" article for National Horseman; Article written by Batten, Barton, Durstine and Osborn Incorporated for publication in the…

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Scrapbook

Scrapbook compiled stationary with letterhead State University of Kentucky - College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering glued on Ms. Ingels' class notes by Margaret Ingels' mother, Mary Agnes Wilson Ingels: Pages 1 - 20; Newspaper clippings, 1916 Commencement Program when Ms. Inglels graduated; Individual Personal Characteristics of fundamentals, qualifications and apecial recommendations according to a percentage rating within the senior class of 1916; Composite of 1916 senior class; Note from Ms. Ingels to classmates; Program for the acceptance of the Kentucky Railway Memorial of railway tracks by Dean of Engineering, F. Paul Anderson in 1916 (twenty fifth anniversary of the College of Engineering); Program for the annual dinner of the Chicago Association of Alumni of the State University of Kentucky in 1916; Comical announcement concerning Engineering students on a train trip with professors; Itinerary program for the College of Engineering senior inspection trip to Chicago…

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Scrapbook compiled stationary with letterhead State University of Kentucky - College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering glued on Ms. Ingels' class notes by Margaret Ingels' mother, Mary Agnes Wilson Ingels: Pages 21 - 32 including Newspaper Clippings; Letter to Lexington relatives; Invitation to membership of Society of Kentucky Women in New York from Mary C. Higgins, Registrar; Program for fourth annual Engineering Convention of the Carrier Engineering Corporation, New York, 1920; Program for the seventeenth annual dinner - dance for the New York Club of the University of Kentucky, 1920; Schedule for daily life in her apartment with other women; Ribbon used for Ms. Ingels' 1916 diploma (it is glued to a graph used in an engineering class); Commencement program from Ms. Ingels' 1920 graduate degree in Mechanical Engineering; Advertisement from her brother's business Hay Hardware Company, Lexington, Kentucky; Grades from Columbia University in the city of New York summer session…

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Scrapbook compiled stationary with letterhead State University of Kentucky - College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering glued on Ms. Ingels' class notes by Margaret Ingels' mother, Mary Agnes Wilson Ingels: Pages 33 - 39 - Newspaper clippings; Ribbons and tickets to the Centre College versus Harvard football game - October 23, 1920; Flyer and Program for the Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1921.,, 1920 - 1921

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Scrapbook compiled stationary with letterhead State University of Kentucky - College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering glued on Ms. Ingels' class notes by Margaret Ingels' mother, Mary Agnes Wilson Ingels: Pages 39 - 44 - Personal notes to her; Wedding memorabilia for a friend; Baby shower memorabilia; Wedding clipping and invitation for David Howard Peak and Ms. Ingels' sister, Kate; Letter from Jesse L. Hibberts; Program and ticket to the spring meeting at the Kentucky Jockey Club, Kentucky Assocation Course in Lexington;,, 1921

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Scrapbook compiled stationary with letterhead State University of Kentucky - College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering glued on Ms. Ingels' class notes by Margaret Ingels' mother, Mary Agnes Wilson Ingels: Pages 45 - 52 Newspaper clippings; 1921 Reunion University of Kentucky pin; United States Bureau of Mines Laboratory, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania information when F. Paul Anderson and Ms. Ingels worked there; Flyer for the cafeteria of the Young Women's Christian Association in the Townsend Hotel, Pittsburgh; Pittsburgh Athletic Association, Thanksgiving Dinner menu; Calendar and yearbook for the College Club of Pittsburgh; Hotel Pennsylvania, New York information; American Society Heating and Ventilating Engineers dinner dance at Hotel Pennsylvania, New York; Women's University Club, New York guest rules; College Club of Pittsburgh membership card; Article in the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers entitled "Temperature, Humidity and Air Motion Effects in…

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Scrapbook compiled stationary with letterhead State University of Kentucky - College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering glued on Ms. Ingels' class notes by Margaret Ingels' mother, Mary Agnes Wilson Ingels: Pages 53 - 55 Post cards of hotels and sites that Ms. Ingels visited either for vacation or job related - McCreery and Company restaurant, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Mirror Lake - Brown's Mills in the Pines, New Jersey; The Tally - Ho restaurant, New York and the Hotel Sinton, Cincinnati, Ohio; Hotel Pennsylvania, New York - the Hotel newsletter entitled "The Pennsylvania Register"; Letter from J. Irvine Lyle, Carrier Corporation wishing Ms. Ingels well on her research at the Pittsburgh laboratory; List of Administrative Board of Central Christian Church, Short Street, Lexington, Kentucky - Ms. Ingels' brother, Leslie was a deacon; Note from Leslie Ingels concerning his business Hay Hardware; Drawing by Ms. Ingels of a cameo locket with a gold chain; Program for the Pittsburgh…

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Scrapbook compiled stationary with letterhead State University of Kentucky - College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering glued on Ms. Ingels' class notes by Margaret Ingels' mother, Mary Agnes Wilson Ingels: Pages 56 - 70 Newspaper clippings; Notes; Ribbon; Christmas note and a letter from F. Paul Anderson that congratulates her on her accomplishments and also wishes her and Charles Schrader "Dutch" and Merry Christmas; Poem by Virginia F. Anderson, F. Paul Anderson's daughter; Program for the 1923 American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers; Article in the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers Journal entitled "New Data on Air Dust Determinations"; Wedding name tag and napkin holder; Letter from her brother, Leslie concerning her new car, a Buick.,, 1922 - 1924

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Scrapbook compiled stationary with letterhead State University of Kentucky - College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering glued on Ms. Ingels' class notes by Margaret Ingels' mother, Mary Agnes Wilson Ingels: Pages 70 - 93 are notes taken by Ms. Ingels during engineering classes at the State University of Kentucky ( in 1916 named University of Kentucky) - graphs and notes from the professor's lectures.,, [1916]

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Scrapbook compiled stationary with letterhead State University of Kentucky - College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering glued on Ms. Ingels' class notes by Margaret Ingels' mother, Mary Agnes Wilson Ingels: Pages 94 - 115 are notes taken by Ms. Ingels during engineering classes at the State University of Kentucky ( in 1916 named University of Kentucky) - graphs and notes from the professor's lectures.,, [1916]

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Scrapbook compiled stationary with letterhead State University of Kentucky - College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering glued on Ms. Ingels' class notes by Margaret Ingels' mother, Mary Agnes Wilson Ingels: Pages 116 - 139 are notes taken by Ms. Ingels during engineering classes at the State University of Kentucky ( in 1916 named University of Kentucky) - graphs and notes from the professor's lectures.,, [1916]

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Photocopy of items in a Scrapbook compiled stationary with letterhead State University of Kentucky - College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering glued on Ms. Ingels' class notes by Margaret Ingels' mother, Mary Agnes Wilson Ingels: Pages 1 - 70.,, 1916 - 1924

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Speeches

Speeches presented by Ms. Ingels to name of organization when available and entitled: "Modern Standards of Ventilation" to the Medical Seniors, Syracuse, New York; "Lecture on Air Conditioning", Offices of Batten, Barton, Durstine and Osborn, 383 Madison Avenue, New York, New York; "The Patchworker", Radio talk concerning cod liver oil "burning" in air conditioning; "House Heating and Home Service", round table discussion at the "A. G. A." convention; "Weathermaking in the Home", Radio talk; "Modern Weathermaking -- The Application of Air Conditioning to the Home with Gas as Fuel", Home Service Meeting - New England Gas Association; "Linking Carrier - Lyle Past with Its Future", Carrier-Lyle Sales Conference; "Modernization With Conditioned Air", Park Central Hotel; "House Heating With Gas", Home Service, Neward, New Jersey; "Air Conditioning", Executives' Club of the Oranges and Bloomfield Annual Meeting; "A Million Cylinder Engine -- Air Cooled", Woman's Club of Bala Cynwyd; Radio…

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Speeches presented by Ms. Ingels to name of organization when available and entitled: "The What and Why of Air Conditioning", American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Rochester, New York Engineering Society; "In all the world, there is more conditioned air in Rochester, New York than in any other city with a population under one million - What and Why of Air Conditioning" presented at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Rochester Society of Engineering - News release to advertise this event; WFBL Radio interview with Mrs. William Tracey, Junior League, Syracuse, New York; WSXR Radio interview with Miss McNay interviewing Ms. Inglels; WLEX Radio Program "Lady of the Day" with radio announcer Jean Cloe interviewing Ms. Ingels; "Women's Centennial Congress" - Ms. Ingels was listed with one hundred distinquished women as the "world's first woman air conditioning engineer" - short biography prepared by a concern named Chappell's and released concerning Ms. Ingels' work…

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Not dated Speeches presented by Ms. Ingels to name of organization when available and entitled: "Air Conditioning In India", unidentified audience in Baltimore, Maryland; "Weather Making" - Radio Talk at the Hotel Astor to the Women's Arts and Industries organization; "Are Engineers Idealists?", unidentified audience; News release - "First Woman Air Conditioning Engineer" speaks to the Worcester Woman's Club; Interview text and questions with Dorothy Day interviewing Margaret Ingels concerning the history of air conditioning and Ms. Ingels part in that history (two copies); "Doing Something About the Weather" speech presented to the Homer Service class of the Central Hudson Gas and Electric Corporation; Not dated note concerning speaking engagements in December [not dated] to the Batovia Rotary Club, Buffalo, New York Architects, Professor Achinson of Syracuse, New York, Appointment with Mr. A. G. Christie related to John Hopkins University.,, n.d.

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