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|- 1907 Cornell Leather Postcard - Cornell Yell
- 1927 Cornell v. Penn Football Ticket
- 1903 Syracuse/Cornell Track Program
- 1942 Army v. Columbia Program
- 1907 Postcard Advertising The Cornell Navy Book
- 1948 Cornell Football Ticket Application Package
|1948 Cornell Football Ticket Application Package
Cornell would finish the year 8-1, only losing to Army.
|1907 Postcard Advertising The Cornell Navy Book
1907 Publication celebrating and illustrating the champion Cornell Rowing teams for the years 1871 through 1906.
|1942 Army v. Columbia Program
Handed out during game day.
|1903 Syracuse/Cornell Track Program
|1927 Cornell v. Penn Football Ticket
|1907 Cornell Leather Postcard - Cornell Yell
Leather postcards were first made in 1903. They were a novelty that appealed to tourists. Often they are found with holes punched along the edges. When stitched
together, they could be used as a pillow cover or wall hanging. The holes along the edge could also be used to attach fringe. The cards were made of deer hide and the
pictures burned in. The U.S. post office banned leather postcards in 1907 because they jammed postage-canceling machines (although postcards with postmarks after
1907 can be found). Leather cards continued to be made as souvenirs until about 1910.