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Box  Folder
           The Aberdeen-Angus Review
40   01    1946 Summer, "The Black Angus - A Beefsteak Paradise"

           American Cookery
     02    1942 Mar, "A New Vegetable" 

           The American Home
     03    1930 Oct, "Convenient closets worth looking into" 
     04    1930 Nov, "Sewing equipment that saves space" 
     05    1932 Christmas, "Good-to-Eat Christmas Decorations"
     06    1933 Feb, "Cupboard stocked and ready for anything!" 
     07    1933 May, "New Foods on the market"
     08    1933 Aug, "Pick-Up Picnics"
     09    1933 Dec, "A Dickens Christmas dinner"
     10    1934 Apr, "For April Showers"
     11    1934 Jul, "What this country needs is A Code For Week-End Hostesses!"
     12    1934 Dec, "Furmety for pottage and venison fine"
     13    1935 Jul, "Let's eat out of doors"
     14    1935 Dec, "The Same to You!"
           1935 Dec 17, Editorial Office sending Paddleford $175 for this article and 
             "Father Pops the Corn"
     15    1935 Dec, "Father pops the corn - and Mother prepares it with variations" 
             [Paddleford used the name of Clemence Haskin for this article]
           1935 Dec 17, Editorial Office sent Paddleford $175 for this article
             and "The Same To You!"
     
           The American Mercury
     16    1932 Oct, "An Army Travels On Its Belly"  
             [Paddleford used the name Clemence Haskin for this article]
             [Paddleford mentions this article in a letter to Samuel R. Guard,
                Editor, Breeder's Gazette, 1932 Sep 14]
     
           Athene, The American Magazine of Hellenic Thought          
     17    1950 Spring, "Greek Cooking Is A Rare Experience - Claims Clementine
             Paddleford In New York Herald Tribune"

           The Auburn Magazine
     18    1929 Jul, "The Smart Car" 
             [Paddleford used the name Clementine Haskin for this article]
     19    n.d., "Is Your Car the Right Color for You" 
             [Paddleford used the name Clementine Haskin for this article]

           Better Homemaking
     20    1940 Oct, "Pie Doctor"

           Better Homes & Gardens
     21    1933 Dec, "For Young Homemakers and Gardeners"
     22    1934 Oct, "Everybody Come! How to plan dinners for 25, 50, or more"
     23    1935 Dec, "Let the Feast Be Merry!"
     24    1937 Nov, "Here's Your Ticket To Thanksgiving and 'Day-After' Meals"
     25    1938 Oct, "Fry Them Shallow"
     26    1941 Oct, "America's Cheese Tray"
     27    1948 Nov, "American originals"
     28    1950 Nov, "Turkey goes modern"

           Brighter Homes
     29    Vol.1, No. 1, "An Interview with Florence Vidor, n.d." 
     30    "Where a Famous Flapper folds her Wings and Rests, An Interview with
             Clara Bow," n.d. 

           Certified Milk
     31    1953 Dec, "Certified Milk Comes From Cows of Luxury" 

           Charm
     32    1930 Aug, "Oil Burner, What Should You Know About It?"

           Christian Endeavor World
     33    1932 Dec, "How Our Christian Endeavor Society Helps Santa Claus"
     34    1933 May, "A Buy-a-Cake-for-Mother Sale" 

           Christian Herald
     35    1930 Oct 04, "Five Hundred Dollars In Cash Prizes For Your Best
             Church Supper Menus"
     36    1930 Oct 11, "Church Suppers Go Modern"
     37    1930 Oct 18, "Meet The Judges Of Our Food Contest"
     38    1930 Nov 01, "$25.00 for Your Best March Menu"
     39    1930 Nov 08, "Church Housekeeping Falls In Step With the Times"
     40    1930 Nov 15, "November's Prize Goes South"
     41    1930 Nov 22, "Want to Win a PRIZE?"
     42    1930 Nov 29, "Southern Cooks Lead the Contest"
     43    1930 Dec 06, "One, Two, Three Weeks Left"
     44    1930 Dec 20, "Your Last Chance to Win a Prize"
     45    1931 Feb, "He Plans Ten Thousand Meals A Day" 
             (Etienne Allio)
     46    1931 Mar, "More Coffee Please!"
     47    1931 Mar, "Floors...That Don't Talk Back" 
             [Paddleford used the name C. P. Haskin for this article]
     48    1931 Apr, "On Approval...A One Day Dress Rehearsal Put Our Choir in Gowns"
             [Paddleford used the name C. P. Haskin for this article]
     49    1931, "Again The Annual Miracle"
     50    1932 Mar, "Walls That Welcome You" 
             [Paddleford used the name C. P. Haskin for this article]
     51    1932 May, "Keeps the Upkeep Down War Against Depression"
             [Paddleford used the name C. P. Haskin for this article]
     52    1932 May, "Our Floating Hotel....That Will Carry The Christian Herald
             Party Over the Summer Sea to a Tour of Europe"
     53    1932 Jun, "Vacationing...a Mile-a-Minute"
     54    1932 Jul, "New Dignity...for Old Churches" 
             [Paddleford used the name C. P. Haskin for this article]
     55    1932 Sep, "Down the Sawdust Trial to Rodeheaver's Trombone" 
             (Home Rodeheaver)
     56    1932 Nov, "Most Of Sunday School" 
             [Paddleford used the name C. P. Haskin for this article]
     57    1932 Dec, "We Don't Guess...We Know America Wants Religion, An
             Interview with John W. Elwood" 
     58    1933 Apr, "Leopold Stokowski Presents Three Musical Programs For Easter"
     59    1933 Aug, "Thirty Miles to Paradise"
     60    1933 Sep, "One Day In Paradise"
     61    1933 Oct, "Scouting Is Fun"
     62    1934 Jan, "Her Home, Her Voice, Her Heart"
     63    1934 Feb, "Feeding Crowds Is Fun"
     64    1934 Feb, "The Port Of Missing Men"
     65    1934 Mar, "Percy Clark Quintard Tells How To Make Church Kitchens Smile"
     66    1934 Jul, "The Sun Never Sets On Christian Endeavor"
     67    1934 Sep, "One Sunday Afternoon At Mont Lawn"
     68    1934 Oct, "From India's Coral Strand Come Mr. and Mrs. Abbey"
     69    1935 Mar, "Two Kansans Meet On the Mezzanine Floor"
     70    1935 Jun, "Crime Prevention No. 1"
     71    1935 Sep, "The Grand Council Meets"
     72    1936 Jan, "Cincinnati Shows The Way"
     73    1936 Apr, "Polly Puts the Kettle On for the Women's Guild"
     74    1936 May, "A Flower for My Mother"
     75    1936 Jul, "Where The Things Of The Heart Begin"
           
41   01    1937 Feb, "A New Flower is Born"
     02    1937 Nov, "Thanksgiving Dinner...1937 Model"
     03    1938 Feb, "Smelling Out Gold"
     04    1938 Jul, "East Side Sunday"
     05    1939 Oct, "Here Are Cranberries"
     06    1940 Feb, "When Martha Washington Cooked for George"
     07    "Church Housekeeping Bureau...will bring you in 1935," n.d.
     08    "Dishwashing Glorified," n.d. 
             [Paddleford used the name C. P. Haskin for this article]
     09    "Floors That Smile On Sunday," n.d. 
             [Paddleford used the name C. P. Haskin for this article] 
     10    "How Do Your Pictures Hang?" n.d. 
             [Paddleford used the name C. P. Haskin for this article]
     11    "When Santa Claus Stopped At Our Town," n.d. 
             [Paddleford used the name C. P. Haskin for this article]

           Design for Living
     12    1941 Sep, "Barbecues for Buckaroos" 
     13    1941 Dec, "Queen of the Quantity Kitchens"

           The Epicure
     14    1964 Fall & Winter, "Clementine Paddleford writes for The Epicure
             about Short Cuts to Elegant Dining" 

           Farm & Fireside
     15    1925 Feb, "Your Friendly Kitchen"
     16    1925 Mar, "How to Choose Curtains For Your House" 
     17    1925 Jun, "These Come Ready Painted"
     18    1925 Oct, "We Will Help You Make These Old Rugs"
     19    1925, "Two Jolly Red-Headed Girls Who Love to Farm" 
             (Essie & Fanny McClure)
     20    1926 Jan, "Radio Studio You Can See at Its Humanest"
     21    1926 Jan, "A Room For Your Boy and Your Girl"    
     22    1926 Mar, "You Can Give Any Floor a Hard-Wood Finish" 
     23    1926 Apr, "In a Mountain of Mail Gold and Brass"
     24    1926 May, "China Your Grandchildren Will Like"
     25    1926 Jun, "How We Make You See a Play Through Your Ears"
     26    1926 Sep, "When He's Buying by Mail a Man Can be Just as Odd And
             Finicky as a Woman"
     27    1926, "Two Women Who Farm Like Men" 
             (Alice Peck and Ann Fisher)
     28    1927 Jan, "Books Add That Homey Touch"
     29    1927 Mar, "Wall Finishes Go On Like Magic"
     30    1927 May, "Screens That Last as Long as Your House"
     31    1927 Jun, "Brighten Up with Gingham" (material samples included)
     32    1927 Nov, "Woman, Don't Break Your Back Trying To Save It!"
             [Paddleford listed the article by a Farm Women, then initialed under the title]
     33    1927 Dec, "Wall Hangings - Why Not?"
     34    1928 Jan, "How I Cleared $3.62 a Hen On 1,200 Leghorns" by G. Ella
             Marquess As told to Clementine Paddleford
     35    1928 Oct, "House to House Good Ideas"
     36    1929 Apr, "'I Made Plenty of Mistakes'" 
             (Mrs. Mary R. Alloway and son, John Alloway)
     37    "New Finishes For Painted Walls," n.d.
     38    "New Finished For Old Floors," n.d.
     39    "Old Furniture Made New With Paint and Ready Made Designs," n.d.
     40    "Hooked Rugs and How to Make Them," n.d.
     41    "Wedding Etiquette," n.d.

           The Farm Journal
     42    1932 Dec, "Farm-Grown Christmas Gifts," 
             [Paddleford used the name Mrs. Clement Haskin for this article]
     43    1935 Dec, "Good-to-Eat Decorations"
             "We Eat Our Christmas Decorations" - working copy of article
             Correspondence, Reynolds, Mary R., Associate Editor, The Farm Journal 
                from Paddleford, 1934 Oct 17
     44    1936 Oct, "Reaping a Harvest of Fun and Funds"

           Forecast For Home Economists
     45    1954 Dec, "Christmas in the Kitchen 'Twas The Night Before"

           The Globe Feeder, n.d.
     46    Vol. 1, No. 1, "Mary Davis Sets a Hen"
     47    Vol. 1, No. 2, "Guy Proves Himself a Farmer" 
             (Guy West)
     48    Vol. 1, No. 3, "Jim's Birthday Pig" 
             (Jim Tolliver)
     49    Vol. 1, No. 4, "Tom Kent's 'Lucky' Brings Him Luck" 

           Good News
     50    1926 Jun, "How We Serve Farm Women"
     51    1926 Nov, "Her Angle on Things Is '1929'"
     52    1927 Jul, "How We Help Farm Women"

           Gourmet Magazine
     53    1942 Nov, "Food Flashes" 
             (Valerie Jean, the date girl of the Golden West)
     54    1949 May, "Food Flashes"
     55    1950 Jan, "Food Flashes"
     56    1950 Feb, "Food Flashes"
     57    1950 Apr, "Food Flashes"
     58    1950 May, "Food Flashes"
     59    1950 Jun, "Food Flashes"
     60    1950 Jul, "Food Flashes"
     61    1950 Aug, "Food Flashes"
     62    1951 Mar, "Food Flashes"
     63    1951 May, "Food Flashes"
     64    1951 Jun, "Food Flashes"
     65    1951 Jul, "Food Flashes"
     66    1951 Dec, "Food Flashes"
     67    1952 Mar, "Food Flashes"
     68    1952 May, "Food Flashes"
     69    1952 Jun, "Food Flashes"
     70    1952 Jul, "Food Flashes"
     71    1952 Aug, "Food Flashes"
     72    1952 Sep, "Food Flashes"
     73    1952 Oct, "Food Flashes"
     74    1953 Jan, "Food Flashes"
     75    1953 Feb, "Food Flashes"
     76    1953 Mar, "Food Flashes"
     77    1953 Apr, "Food Flashes"

           Hollands
42   01    1934 Aug, "The Melon Family Steps Out"
     02    1934 Sep, "New Designs in Summer Sandwiches"
     03    1935 Feb, "Dinner in a Nutshell"
     04    1936 Feb, "Have a Heart"

           The Home Desirable
     05    Vol. 1, No. 6, "Our Old Goldfish"

           Home Echo [Paddleford was editor of this magazine]
     06    1934 Jun 25
     07    1934 Jun 26 
     08    1934 Jun 27
     09    1934 Jun 28 
     10    1934 Jun 29 
     11    Correspondence from Elsie Stark, Director, Home Economics Department,
             R. B. Davis Company, thanking Paddleford for a splendid job of editing
             The Home Echo, 1934 Jul 10

           House Beautiful
     12    1942 Feb, "Pantry Shelf News"
     13    1942 Mar, "Pantry Shelf News"
     14    1942 Apr 01, "Pantry Shelf News"
     15    1942 Apr 15, "Pantry Shelf News"
     16    1942 May, "Pantry Shelf News"
     17    1942 Jun, "Pantry Shelf News"
     18    1942 Summer, "Summer Foods to send down the 'Long Red Lane'"
     19    1942 Sep, "What War had done to life in the Kitchen"
     20    1942 Oct, "It's Not A Rumpus Room without FOOD!"
     21    1942 Nov, "For These We Give Thanks"
     22    1942 Dec, "This year a food gift is a REAL gift"

           House & Garden
     23    1933 Dec, "A Portfolio For Christmas Giving..."

           The Household Magazine
     24    1935 May, "Banquet Trimmings"
     25    1935 Nov, "Gum-drops Talk Turkey"
             Correspondence, McCart, Rebecca, Editorial Department, The
                Household Magazine from Paddleford's secretary, 1935 Oct 08
     26    1936 Jan, "Happy Birthday to You"
     27    "King Turk Flies High On This Thanksgiving Table," n.d.
           
           Ladies Home Journal
     28    1933 May, "Hairpin Mechanics"
     29    1934 Jun, "Let's Go Some Place   But Let's Go In Comfort"
     30    1946 Jun, "Never A Dull Meal"
     31    1947 Jun, "Never A Dull Meal"

           Let's Live
     32    1954 May, "Brews for the Nerves"

           Lifetime Living
     33    1952 Dec, "How To Cook For Two"
     34    Working copy of "How To Cook For Two"
     35    Correspondence reference "How To Cook For Two"

           The Macaroni Journal
     36    1957 Jul, "My, How You've Changed!" 

           The Manhattan Mercury
     37    1959 May 10, "There's More Than One Way To Say Happy Mother's Day" 

           Modern Packaging
     38    1947 Mar, "Pudding In Wax" 

           Negro Digest
     39    1943 Oct, "What's Cooking In Harlem" 

           [New York Herald Tribune articles in Box # 43-63]

           New York State Journal of Medicine
     40    1959 Dec 15, "A Christmas Recipe" 

           New York Times
     41    1926 Feb 18, "Today's Radio Program" 
             [Paddleford's name is listed on this program]
     42    1946 Nov 28, "Record Turkey Crop Promises Cheaper Birds for Thanksgiving"
     43    1941 Jan, "News from the Food Field," Parents
             Correspondence from Mrs. Harold A. Littledale, Editor, 1940 Oct 28

           Pictorial Review
     44    1932 Oct, "Cooking for Crowds - and at a profit" 
             [Paddleford used the name Clemence Haskin for this article]
     45    1933 Jul, "Going On A Picnic?"
             [Paddleford used the name Clemence Haskin for this article]
     46    1934 Jan, "Say it with Candy" 
             [Paddleford used the name Clemence Haskin for this article]
     47    1934 May, "A Bit Of Cheese?" 
             [Paddleford used the name Clemence Haskin for this article]
     48    1934 Dec, "Nuts for Christmas"
     49    "Church Suppers," n.d. 
             [Paddleford used the name Clemence Haskin for this article]

           The Pretzel Baker
     50    1954 May 10, "Chicken Hailed As Star Of All Holidays" 

           Promenade Magazine
     51    1961 Oct, "F.Y.I. tips on tipping" 

           The Reader's Digest
     52    1945 Nov 12, "These Women Created Successful Businesses in Food Products" 

           The Restaurant Digest
     53    1949 Feb, "Lindy's Cheesecake"
     54    1949 Sep, "Cioppino Secrets"
     55    1952 Dec, "Pride of the Hoosiers"
     56    1953 Dec, "Little Spain, Florida"
     57    1956 Aug, "Chow Aborad the Leyte"
     58    1957 Nov, "All-American Salad"

           San Francisco Chronicle, Gourmet Guide
     59    1950 May 15, "High Voltage Portables & Seafood"

           Seventeen
     60    1944 Nov, "The All-American Feast" 

           The Silent Hostess, n.d.
     61    Vol. 1, No. 1, "Cool Desserts warm a Husband's Heart," by Mrs. Harold
             Lloyd, edited by Clementine Paddleford
     62    Vol. 1, No. 2, "From Mud Pies to Moulded Salads," by Esther Ralston,
             edited by Clementine Paddleford
     63    Vol.1, No. 3, "Step Into This Colonial Kitchen" 
             [Paddleford used the name Clementine Haskin for this article]
     64    "When America was very, very young" 
             [Paddleford used the name Clementine Haskin for this article]

           Soda Fountain
     65    1936 May, "Bait to Catch Spring Appetites"
     66    "Menu of the Month," n.d.

           Splendor
     67    "Cerole Cookery," n.d. 

           [This Week Magazine in Box # 64-111]

           Today's Woman
     68    1946 May, "Fortunes in their kitchens" 

           The Toronto Star Weekly Magazine
     69    1958 Jun 28, "The Most Important Event of the Day" 

           Town & Country
     70    1951 Oct, "All The World Eats At The Waldorf" 
     71    1956 Dec, "The Christmas Party"

           The Travel Agent
     72    1951 Oct 10, "Cuisine In Spotlight On Paris 2000th Birthday" 

           U.S. Holland
     73    1954 May-Jun, Delicacies Pass Test: 100-Dish Supper" 

           Vogue
     74    1944 Nov, "Christmas Foods By Mail" 

           The Wichita Eagle
     75    1960 May 08, "Sand Plums, Pioneers Go Together" 

           The Wheat Growers Journal
     76    1927 Nov 16, "Woman's Task To Blaze the Way to Better Living"
             [Paddleford used By A Farm Woman In Farm And Fireside then
                initialed this article]

           [World Journal Tribune in Box # 112]

           Your Home
     77    1927 Aug, "Preparing The House For Vacation" by Gertrude Sheadle with
             the initials C.P. under the name
     78    1927 Oct, "What The Well-Dressed Room Will Wear This Winter"
             [Paddleford used the name Clementine Haskin for this article]

           Your Leisure Time
     79    1957 Fall, "A Century of American Entertaining" 




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