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Biographical Series, 1920-1967

Box  Folder

01          Autobiography
     01     ca. 1961, Autobiography Sketch
     02     1946 Mar 18, "What's Cooking," Time

            Biography
     03     1952, Biography Sketch
            1939 Apr 17, Memo to Eloise Davison from Paddleford reference
               salary increase
     04     1953 Sep 29, Biography Sketch, New York Herald Tribune
     05     1953 Oct 20, Biography Sketch, New York Herald Tribune
     06     1953 Dec 28, Biography Sketch, Time
     07     1954 Dec 23, "A Country Girl Whom Misfortune Stirred to Great
               Achievement" by Catherine Royer
               Correspondence, Royer, Catherine from Clementine Paddleford,
                 1955 Jan 10
     08     1957 Apr, "Clementine Paddleford of the Herald Tribune," The Leaguer
               Correspondence, Davis, Irving to Ann Marie Doherty, 1957 Apr 09
               Correspondence, Davis, Irving, 1957 Apr 24
     09     1959 Jul 10, Biography Sketch by Emmett Davis
     10     1960 Dec, "Miss Paddleford" 'Gourmet And Artist'" by Susan Adams,
               Mushroom News
     11     1962 Dec, The New York Hospital Meal Menus from Paddleford's stay
               in the hospital from 1962 Dec 31 to 1963 Jan 17
            1962 Dec, The Pulse, Vol. XXIV, No. 5, The New York Hospital Newsletter
     12     1964 Oct 11, "Food Takes Her To Faraway Places" by Eudora
               Garrison, The Charlotte Observer
     13     1965 May 2, "Editor Circles Globe for Food Stories," by Dorothee
               Polson, The Arizona Republic
     14     Biography Sketch, 2 different versions, n.d., n.s.
               "The Journalist of Tomorrow," n.d., n.s.

            Correspondence 
     15     Barnum, Bush, N.D.
     16     Blackburn, Tom, 1946 Mar 15; 1949 May 05
     17     Blinks, Ruetta, 1941 May 16; 1941 Jul 01
               The First Presbyterian Church, Stillwater, Oklahoma Worship
                 Bulletin, 1941 May 11
            Blinks, Ruetta Day, "Work and Play, Mother's Day in 1941," 1941 May 11
     18     Blodgett, Hugh A., High School Graduation invitation, 1942 May 14
     19     Brewer, Edith, 1949 Apr 30
     20     Brown, Colonel L., 1938 Feb 28; 1938 Mar 07; 1938 Apr 27; 1938 Jun 06;
               1938 Dec 19; 1956 Jun 04; 1959 Jun 21; 1959 Oct 16; 1960 Sep 21;
               1963 May 15; 1963 Oct 04
            Paddleford to Colonel Brown, 1963 Oct 11
     21     Bruce, Robert, 1948 Sep 03
     22     Campbell, Nell Robinson, 1963 Nov 08
            Campbell, Nell from Paddleford, 1963 Nov 20
     23     Carberry, Vincent A., 1960 Sep 16
     24     Casteen, Marie, 1937 Feb 04; 1937 Mar 17
     25     Christenson, Esther E., 1954 Mar 17
     26     Cooley, Lorane [ca. 1947] Nov 09
     27     Currey, Margery, 1954 Apr 21; 1954 Dec; 1955 Dec; 1956 Easter;
               1956 Apr 24
               [Note, Margery was in Chicago with Paddleford]
            Currey, Margery from Paddleford, 1955 Apr 22
     28     Davison, Eloise, 1958 Nov 01; [?] May
     29     Day, Rachel Currey, 1959 Aug 15
               [Reference death of sister, Margery Currey]
               "Margery Currey Dead," obituary
     30     Dibelka, Susan Shaffer (Mrs. James C. Dibelka), 1949 May 16 [re:
               Claire's mother, Marcelle]; 1949 Aug 18 to Claire
     31     Donohoe, Victoria, 1953 Feb 11
     32     Dooty, Edna, 1963 Jun 11
            Dooty, Edna from Paddleford, 1963 Jun 28
     33     Duffe, Claire [Paddleford's Ward - now Claire Jorgensen]
               1950 May 25; 1953 Mar 18; 1953 May 27; 1953 Sep 14
     34     Duffe, Claire (Jorgensen), 1957 Oct 12; 1958 Jul 28; [?] Jan 21;
               [?] Mar 09; [?] May 12; [?] May 19
     35-36  Duffe, Claire, n.d.
     37     Earl, Edwin, 1949 May 02
     38     Farnol, Lynn [ca. 1963]
            Farnol, Lynn from Paddleford, 1963 Feb 04
     39     Foster, Bunny and Phil, 1947 Dec 30
            Foster, Bunny, 1951 Jan 13 - makes reference to Paddleford's plane
               [It is possible that this individual is Gertrude B. Foster who
               writes for The Herb Grower Magazine]
     40     Gibson, Jane, 1961 Dec 02
     41     Gibson, Mary, 1947 Feb 08; 1948 Nov 21; 1949 May 19; 1952 Dec 26;
               1955 May 09; 1955 Dec 08; 1956 Jan 29; 1957 Sep 11; 1958 Feb 18
               "Burial Place Moves," Topeka Daily, 1957 Sep 11
     42     Greig, Peter, 1949 Jul 06; [?] Apr 03
     43     Hamlin, Hilda, 1947 Feb 18; 1947 Apr 04; 1947 Apr 10
     44     Hamlin, Hilda, 1948 Jan 22
     45     Hamlin, Hilda, 1949 Jan 05; [1949] Apr 28; 1949 Jun 03; 1949 Jul 24;
               1949 Sep 13; 1949 Oct 31
     46     Hamlin, Hilda, 1950 Jan 14; 1950 Jan 11; 1950 Jan 27; 1950 Feb 02;
               1950 Apr 24; 1950 Jul 14
     47     Hamlin, Hilda, 1951 Apr 02; 1951 May 11
     48     Hamlin, Hilda, 1952 Oct 05
     49     Hamlin, Hilda, 1953 Apr 02; 1953 May 24; 1953 Oct 09; 1953 Dec 07
     50     Hamlin, Hilda, 1954 Nov 07
            Hamlin, Hilda from Paddleford, 1954 Jan 18
     51     Hamlin, Hilda, 1955 Dec 05
     52     Hamlin, Hilda, 1956 May 03; 1956 Jul; 1956 Sep 26; 1956 Oct 13;
               1956 Oct 22; 1956 Oct 30; 1956 Oct; 1956 Nov 03
     53     Hamlin, Hilda, 1958 Apr 10
     54     Hamlin, Hilda, 1959 Mar 19
     55     Hamlin, Hilda, 1960 Jul 20
     56     Hamlin, Hilda, 1961 Oct 03; 1961 Dec 02
     57     Hamlin, Hilda, 1967 Jun 28; 1967 Jul 31; 1967 Aug 09

02   01     Hamlin, Hilda, [?] Feb 05; [?] Mar 03;  [?] Mar 30 
     02     Hamlin, Hilda, [?] Apr 24; [?] Apr 21; [?] Apr 24; [?] Apr 27
     03     Hamlin, Hilda, [?] May 07; [?] May 14; [?] May 26; [?] May 28; [?] May 29
     04     Hamlin, Hilda, [?] Jun 05; [?] Jun 22; [?] Jun 28
     05     Hamlin, Hilda, [?] Jul 03; [?] Jul 19
     06     Hamlin, Hilda, [?] Aug 11; [?] Aug 27
     07     Hamlin, Hilda, [?] Sep 08; [?] Sep 25
     08     Hamlin, Hilda, [?] Nov 11; [?] Nov 14; [?] Nov 17
     09     Hamlin, Hilda, [?] Nov 18, 2 different letters
     10     Hamlin, Hilda, [?] Dec 20
     11     Hamlin, Hilda, Tuesday 15th
     12     Hamlin, Hilda, Wednesday; Wednesday, P.M.
     13     Hamlin, Hilda, Saturday
     14     Hamlin, Hilda, Sunday
     15     Hamlin, Hilda, Spring
     16-20  Hamlin, Hilda, n.d.
     21     Hershewe, Lawrence, 1945 Jan 05
     22     Hutchings, Marie, 1956 Oct 19
     23     Johnson, Alice, [?] Mar 27
     24     Johnson, R. E., 1951 Nov 01
     25     Jorgensen, O. M., 1962 Feb 25
     26     Karen, Mrs. Robert, 1962 Sep 12
            Karen, Mrs. Robert from Paddleford, 1962 Sep 24
     27     Kistler, Grace Olsen (Mrs. John J. Kistler), 1949 May 17
            Kistler, Mrs. John J. from Paddleford, 1949 Jun 23
     28     Knipe, Jane, 1962 Sep 24
            Knipe, Jane from Paddleford, 1962 Oct 01
               "Forrest Knipe, Pioneer Cotton Broker, Dead," The Daily
                 Oklahoman, 1962 Sep 18             
     29     Lenore Enterprises, 1966 Oct 01
     30     Lindman, Ina S., n.d.
     31     McKoewn, Bill, [?] Feb 16; [?] Apr 05; [?] Sep 23; n.d.
     32     McNerney, Gene, n.d.
     33     Machir, Jessie McDowell, 1931 Sep 18 
               Copy of Paddleford's Kansas State College transcript
     34     Maddox, Maggie, 1954 Apr 15; 1955 Apr 18; 1955 Mar 14; 1955 May 13;
               1957 Dec 06
     35     Maddox, Maggie, 1958 Feb 19; 1958 Apr 27; 1958 May 10; 1958 May 12;
               1958 Jun 12; 1958 Jul 26; 1958 Sep 13
     36     Maddox, Maggie, 1960 Jan 14; 1960 Mar 18
     37     Maddox, Maggie, 1961 Apr 21; 1961 Aug 16; 1962 Jun 07; 1963 Oct 10;
               1963 Oct 11
     38     Maddox, Maggie, n.d.
     39     Nelson, J. Kenneth, 1957 Apr 28
            Neslon, Kenneth J. from Paddleford, 1957 Jun 18
     40     Nelson, Oliver, 1954 Jan 26
     41     Nichols, Alice, 1943 Jun 22; 1953 Mar 12; 1958 Jan 27; 1967 Sep 12;
               1966 Nov 10; 1966 Nov 14; 1967 Sep 21; [?] Nov 07
     42     Owen, Jeanne, 1961 Dec 26
     43     Paddleford, Glenn, 1949 Feb 12; 1953 Sep 04; 1953 Nov 03; n.d.
            Paddleford, Glenn from Hattie McFadden, 1944 Nov 26; 1951 Oct 12
               [Note, Glenn was Clementine's brother]
     44     Paddleford, Jennie from Clementine Paddleford, 1909 Feb 19
            Paddleford, Jennie, ca. 1924 
            Paddleford, Jennie from Louise Reed Paddleford (Mrs. Eli Merton
               Paddleford), n.d. 
               [Note, Jennie was Clementine's mother]
     45     Paddleford, Laurie, 1966 Feb 11
            Paddleford, Laurie from Clementine Paddleford, 1966 Mar 22
     46     Paddleford, Solon, 1933 Sep 06; 1934 Sep 19; ca. 1936; 1940 Dec 09; n.d. 
               [Note, Solon was Clementine's father]
     47     Plumb, Beatrice, 1936 Apr 30
     48     Reuben, Arnold, [ca. 1953 Dec]
            Reuben, Arnold from Paddleford, 1954 Apr 07
     49     Skelton, Josephine, 1960 May 10
            Skelton, Josephine from Paddleford, 1960 May 20
     50     Smith, Herman, 1944 Dec 28; 1945 Jan 30
            Smith, Herman from Paddleford, 1945 Feb 05
     51     Strauss, Ruth, 1961 Jan 31; 1961 Feb 21
            Strauss, Ruth from Paddleford, 1961 Feb 06
     52     Swanson, Mrs. Robert, [1954] Jan 12
            Swanson, Mrs. Robert S. from Paddleford, 1954 Jan 15
     53     Tauritz, Leo L, 1961 Jun 15, reference 1959 Federal Income Tax Return
     54     Thompson, Lawrence, 1959 Oct 20
            Thompson, Lawrence from Paddleford, 1959 Nov 11
            Thompson, Larry, "Birthplace Is Fading" 
     55     Thompson, Walter M., 1964 Dec 12
               Refers to Paddleford's broken shoulder in 1963
     56     Tuttle, Mildred M., 1948; 1954 Apr 18; 1954 May 04; n.d.
     57     Twibell, Cecil, 1961 Feb 11
            Twibell, Cecil from Paddleford, 1961 Feb 24
     58     Vilven, Velma, 1963 Mar 16; 1963 Mar 20; Saturday
     59     Waldo, Mildred, 1964 Sep 06
            Waldo, Mildred from Paddleford, 1964 Nov 03
     60     Walsh, A. M., 1961 Feb 03
     61     Wood, Alice Paddleford, 1954 Jan 27; 1967 Sep 18
            Wood, Alice Paddleford from Paddleford, 1954 Aug 18
     62     Zimmerman, Lloyd, 19[?] May 13
     63     [?], Dementria, n.d.
     64     [?], Edith, [?] Jul 04
     65     [?], Harry & Ella Mae, 1957 Aug 20
     66     [?], John & Ivy, ca. 1961
               [It is possible that this is John & Ivy Fuller]
     67     [?], Mabel, [?] Oct 12, n.d.
     68     [?], Pat, n.d.
     69     [?], Peta, 1947 Apr 24; 1947 Sep 12; 1951 Dec 04, n.d. - Christmas Card
               [it is possible this is Peta J. Fuller]
     70     [?], Priscilla, 1952 Oct 15; 1958 Jan 09
     71     [?], Ratty & Lize, n.d.
     72     [?], Robert, 1953 Aug 09
     73     [?], Sam & Frances, n.d.
     74     [?], Tess, 1942 Jan 14
     75     Unidentified, n.d.

03   01     Sympathy Notes for Peter, Clementine's cat

            Correspondence, Birthday Cards
     02     Adcox, Gertrude, 1967 Sep 25; n.d.
     03     Downing, Frances, 1967 Sep 29
     04     Shryock, Jean, 1967 Sep 25

            Correspondence, Get Well Card & Letters, 1967 - Prior to her death
     05     Brewer, Edith, 1967 Oct 25
     06     Brownstone, Cecily, 1965 Oct 21
     07     Bucklee, Lillian O'Brien, 1967 Nov 04
     08     Conference Goers, has many signatures, 1967
     09     D'sbroev, Marcella, 1967 Oct 10
     10     Driving, Nat, 1967 Oct 09
     11     Harrison, Sadye, 1967 Oct 21
     12     Jorgensen, Claire, 1967 Oct 02
     13     Lantz, Pauline, 1967 Oct 03
               [Pauline was Paddleford's niece.  She was the daughter to Glenn and
               Caroline "Daisy" Paddleford.  Pauline is buried in the Grandview,
               Mill Creek, Stockdale Cemetery]
     14     Maddox, Marguerite, 1967 Oct 05; 1967 Oct 09; 1967; 1967 Oct 16;
               1967 Oct 31; 1967 Oct
     15     McCampbell, Coleman, 1967 Oct 19
     16     Mountsier, Robert, 1967 Oct 10; 1967 Nov 08; n.d.
     17     Murphy, Margaret Deeds, 1967 Sep 29;1967 Oct 10; 1967
     18     [Rattner], Joan, 1967 Oct 26; 1967
     19     [Riglin], Roz, 1967 Oct 18
     20     Rosene, Robert E. from Paddleford, 1966 May 23; 1966 Jul 08; 1966 Jul 26
            Rosene, Robert E., 1967 Sep 26
     21     Savonije, Sue, 1967 Oct 05; 1967 Oct 16; 1967 Oct 29; nd
     22     Shearwood, Lucille, 1967 Oct 24; 1967 Oct 27
     23     Volpe, Veronica, 1966 Dec 04; 1967 Oct 03; 1967 Oct 30
     24     Unidentified, signed, Crocodile
               [Possibly Claire Jorgensen]
     25     Unidentified, signed, Tex [illegible]

            Advertising about Paddleford
     26     1947 Apr 10, New York Herald Tribune
     27     1950 Jun 04, New York Herald Tribune
     28     1953 May 26, "The Great Name in Food News...is Clementine
               Paddleford," New York Herald Tribune
     29     1953 Dec 15, Correspondence from Garth Cate reference Advertising
     30     1954 Mar 21, New York Herald Tribune
     31     1955 Jan 23, This Week Magazine
     32     1957 Jun 06, New York Herald Tribune
     33     Publisher's Weekly, n.d.
     34     New York Herald Tribune, n.d.

            Advice from Clementine Paddleford
     35     1935 Jan 14, "Help! Miss Paddleford," Food Field Reporter      

            Articles about Paddleford   
     36     1924 Dec 17, "Platitudes Are Taboo," Kansas Industrialist
     37     1926 Dec 20, "Tales Out of School," Department of Industrial
               Journalism and Printing, Kansas State Agricultural College
     38     1929 Oct, "She Learns About Folks From Their Many Letters,"  The Matrix
     39     1930 Aug 07, "Catering for Crowds," Christian Herald
     40     1932 Jul 24, "Finds Advantages in Life on the Farm," Times, New
               Bedford, Mass.
     41     1933 Jun, "Angel Food Copy," The Matrix
     42     1934 Jun 30, "Tabloid Issued Daily At Economics Parley," Newsdom
     43     1934 Dec 03, "Church Housekeeping Bureau...will bring you in
               1935," Christian Herald
     44     ca. 1934, "Announcing An Important Forward Step," Christian Herald
     45     1939 Winter, "She Writes of 'Shoes and Ships and Sealing Wax and
               Cabbages and Kings'" by Elizabeth Reutiman, Alpha Rho, The
               Adelphean of Alpha Delta Pi
     46     1940 Feb 14, "Today and Yesterday," The Northwestern Miller
     47     1941 Nov 15, "Memorandum To Clementine, Or What Do You Hear From
               The Snails?" The New Yorker
     48     1941 Dec 15, "Have You Seen a Cooky Tree?," n.s.
     49     1941 Dec 17, "Memorandum to Clementine, or What Do You Hear from
               the Snails?," Chicago News
     50     1943 Aug-Sep, "Clementine Paddleford," and "To Market, To Market
               in 1943,"by Doris Thompson,  The Matrix
     51     1943 Sep, "Words Are Weapons," by Margaret Christie, Independent Woman
     52     1943 Oct-Nov, "1943-44 Headliners Named," The Matrix
     53     ca. 1946 Mar 17, "Former Mercury Reporter Has Huge Following,"
               Chronicle, Manhattan, Kansas
     54     1946 Jul 22, "Riding On 1st Hop of Air France," New York World-Telegram
     55     1946 Jul 22, "People," Time
     56     1947 Apr 06, "go to Gimbels for angel food, says Clementine
               Paddleford," The New York Times
     57     1947 Nov, "Suggestions for Thanksgiving," Wine and Food Newsletter
     58     1949 Feb 28, "Food Editors To The Test," Food Field Reporter
     59     1949 Sep 16, "Molasses - And Evaporated Milk," The Riverhead News
     60     1949 Sep 22, "Looking Them Over," The East Hampton Star, East
               Hampton, New York
     61     1949, "Clementine Paddleford Subject of Story in Saturday Evening
               Post of April 30," n.s. 
               [a good biographical sketch of Paddleford] 
     62     1952 Mar 02, "Food Editor Interviews," The Florida Times-Union,
               Jacksonville, Florida
     63     1952 Mar 07, "Clementine Paddleford, Gourmet, Visits Tampa," by
               Barbara Clendinen, Tampa Morning Tribune 
            1952 Mar 07, "Clementine Paddleford Interesa Conocer Secretos
               Cocina Criolla," El Mundo, San Juan, Puerto Rico
     64     1952 Mar 09, "Miss Paddleford Scours America For New Foods," by
               Connie Gee, Miami Daily News
     65     1952 Mar 13, "Clementine Paddleford Recibe Informes Sobre Platos
               Nativos," El Mundo, San Juan, Puerto Rico
            1952 Mar 13, "La Experta de Herald Tribune Busca Recetas en Puerto
               Rico," El Mundo, San Juan, Puerto Rico
     66     1953 Oct 19, "The Kitchen Department," Time
     67     1953 Oct 23, "'Time' Quotes Clementine Paddleford," What's Going On?
     68     1954 Jan 10, "Sidelines," This Week Magazine
     69     1954 Jan 14, Times, Barre, Vermont
     70     1954 Jan 18, "Favorite Gals," Time
     71     1954 Feb 18, "Miss Paddleford on Brazil Coffee Tour," Tribune
               News, Manhattan, Kansas
     72     1954 Feb 19, "Impressionadas as jornalistas norte-americanas com
               os danos causados pela feada no Parana," O Estado De Sao Paulo
            1954 Feb 19, "Impressionadas Com Estragos da Geada na Area de
               Londrina," O Tempo, Sao Paulo
            1954 Feb 19, "Vieram Verificar Os Prejuizos Causados A Lavoura
               Pelas Geadas," Diario de Sao Paulo
     73     1954 Feb 20, "Chegaram As Jornalistas 'Yankees'," Correio
               Paulistano, Sao Paulo
     74     1954 Feb, "Meet the Food Editors," Food Marketing
     75     1954 Mar 11, "Nobody Can Can-Can Like 'Clem' Can," New York Herald Tribune
     76     1954 Jun, "The Tropics," Unifruitco
     77     1954 Jul 25, "Fielding 'Credits' Get Readers' Support, 37-1," New
               York Herald Tribune
     78     1954 Nov 01, "Oh, Clementine," Newsweek
     79     1955 Jan 30, "The Cooking," The Houston Post, incomplete
     80     1956 Jan 07, "To Capture Smart Readers," Business Week
     81     1956 Jun 12, "Personality Behind the By-Line," New York Herald Tribune
     82     1956 Sep 27, "Please, No Cooking," The Evening Star, Hanover,
               Pennsylvania
            1956 Sep 27, "No Home Should Be Without One," New York Herald Tribune
     83     1960 Dec 01, "How America Eats - U.S. Recipes By Redding's Clem
               Paddleford," The Redding Times, Redding, Connecticut
     84     1961 Feb 02, "World-Traveling Editor Has Lip-Smacking Ideas," The
               Hartford Times, Hartford, Connecticut
     85     1961 Nov 08, "Dear Clementine: Just So You'll Know," n.s.
     86     1962 May 27, "Our Darling Clementine," New York Herald Tribune
     87     1962 Aug 06, "Better Bread Than Dead," Newsweek
     88     1962 Sep 21, "Food Editor Tours 50,000 Miles Yearly," The
               Commercial Appeal
     89     1962 Oct 20, "Lunch," The New Yorker
     90     1963 Feb 23, "Kingsley Double-Crostic No. 1507," by Doris Nash
               Wortman, Saturday Review
     91     1963 Nov 03, "The Most Useful Cook Book You'll Ever Use!," This Week
     92     1964 Nov 27, "The American Christmas Dinner - A Borrowed Feast,"
               The Evening Star, Washington, D.C.
     93     1966 Sep 01, "Food Fare," Meade County Messenger, Brandenburg, KY
     94     1966 Nov11, "Sad Background," World Journal Tribune, New York, New York
     95     "To Miss Paddleford," n.d., n.s.
            "Clementine Paddleford Reveals Secret Ingredient On Visit Here," n.d., n.s.

04          Awards & Certificates 
     01     1948, The New York Newspaper Women's Club, Most Distinguished Work
               In The Field Of Special Interest To Women
     02     1949 Mar 06, "Awards Given By Newspaper Women's Club," New York
               Herald Tribune
            1949 Mar 06, "Newspaper Women Get Club's Awards," The New York Times
     03     1950 Nov 28, Correspondence, Congratulations on GMA Award
     04     1951 Feb 18, "5 Get Awards Of Newspaper Women's Club," New York
               Herald Tribune
            1951 Feb 18, "News Club Honors 5 Women Writers," The New York Times
     05     1951 Feb 21, "Viking of the Air" Certificate    
     06     1951 Jun 01, "Miss Paddleford Flies to Paris," What's Going On?
     07     1951 Sep 30, Solo Flight Certificate
     08     1953 Dec 10, "Newspaper Women's Dinner Held," Daily North Side News
     09     1953 Dec 11, "Two More Awards For Herald Tribune Writers," What's
               Going On?
     10     1953 Dec 13, "Prizes For Newspaper Women," The New York Times
     11     1954 Mar 03, "Main Street Scene," Windham County Observer, Putnam,
               Connecticut
     12     1954 Aug 24, List of Awards 
     13     1957 Dec 07, "Awards Made By Newspaper Women's Club," New York
               Herald Tribune
            Correspondence reference to New York Newspaper Women's Club Award
               Boughton, W. E., 1957 Dec 11
               Michalove, Gertrude, 1957 Dec 11
               Miller, Joan, 1957 Dec 09
               Swope, Herbert Bayard, 1957 Dec 03
               [?] Edna, 1957 Dec 10              
     14     1959 Nov 07, "Newspaper Women's Club Gives Writing Awards to 6,"
               New York Herald Tribune
     15     1959, The Catherine L. O'Brien Award, 3rd Prize
     16     1961 Nov 11, "Writing Awards To 5 Women, 2 Of Herald Tribune," n.s.
     17     1962 Jan 23, "Fruit Industry Honors Miss Paddleford," New York
               World Telegram
     18     1962, New Jersey Fruit Industry Honors
            Correspondence reference New Jersey Fruit Industry Honors
               Allen, Bob, 1962 Mar 13
               Allen, Bob from Paddleford 1962 Mar 29
     19     1964 Mar 15, Certificate of Appreciation, New York Herald Tribune
     20     1964 Mar 20, "The Beloved Food Editor," What's Going On?
     21     "Clementine Paddleford Gets Food Trade Award," n.d., n.s.
            "Clementine Paddleford Is Honored With 2 Others in Headliner's
               Awards," n.d. n.s.
            Master of Fishers (F.M.) Degree from The Fisher Council for the
               excellence in the study of Edible Fish and Shellfish, n.d.

            Cartoons
     22     1964 Sep 26, "I'm getting pretty fed up with teeth marks on
               Clementine Paddleford," The New Yorker
               
            Dinner in Honor of Paddleford
     23     1960 Jun 01, Palace Hotel, Copenhagen, Denmark

            Insurance
     24     1961 Jan 01-1964 Jan 07, Royal Indemnity Company, Home Insurance

            Invitations
     25     1935 Jul 31, A Dinner for the benefit of the Auguste Escoffier
               Foundation Museum and Gastronomic School, Villeneuve-Loubet, France
     26     1940 Dec 22, A Pageant, "The Adoration of the Holy Child" and "The
               Miracle of the Roses," invited by Herman Smith at The
               Presbyterian Church, South Salem, New York   
     27     1959 Oct 14, American Spice Trade Association, A New England Shore
               Dinner at The Astor Hotel, New York
     28     1962 Oct 29, Taittinger Champagne Party given by Mr. and Mrs.
               Claude Taittinger, Reims, France at St. Regis Hotel
            1965 Jun 21, Reception in honor of Shirley Tucker, author of
               Mississippi From Within
     30     1966 Jan 11, Confrerie des Chevaliers du Tastevin and other
               materials in reference to Confrerie des Chevaliers du Tastevin
     31     1967 May 17, In Honor of E. Stuart Sharpe, Director of Tourism for
               Jamaica
     32     19[?] Apr 10, Honoring Chi-Chih and Kuo Yuan Hsinnie, Mother's 80th
               Birthday
     33     19[?] Nov 17, The Irish Export Board, Exhibit of Fine Foods, Beers
               and Liquors from Ireland
     34     19[?] Dec 30, For Peggy Harvey

            Judging
     35     1958, Kroger-Westinghouse Junior Cook-Of-The-Year contest
               Correspondence, Shultz, Gladys, 1958 Dec 05
     36     1961, Kroger-Westinghouse Junior Cook-Off
               Correspondence, McCafferty, Audrey, 1961 Feb 02

            Kansas and K-State
     37     "Forlorn End For A Valley," n.d.
     38     Applegate, Roberta, Correspondence, n.d.             
     39     Bishop, Carolyn, Correspondence, 1950 Apr 24
     40     Hostetter, Helen P., Correspondence, 1949 Apr 23; 1952 Mar 31;
               1961 Feb 01; 1961 Feb 19; 1961 Mar 20; 1963 Jul 02
     41     Rogers, Charley, Correspondence, n.d.; n.d.
            Rogers, Charley from Paddleford, 1954 Mar 02
     42     Smith, Florence Dial (Mrs. Francis L. Smith), Correspondence, 1946 Mar 23
     43     "Youth! at your service" by Department of Journalism, Kansas State
               College, n.d.
     44     Ledger Book of articles submitted and budget, n.d.
     45     1921 Calendar
     46     "Big News of Week Will Develop in Manhattan" from Kansas City
               Journal-Post, n.d.
     47     1920 Dec 04, The Scandal Collegian
     48     1921, Commencement booklets, 2 copies
     49     Invitations
               1920 Nov 16, wedding invitation of Frances Harrop to Paul L. Mann
               1921 May 11, Commencement invitation of Wesley C. Fleming at
                 University of California
               1922 Jun 11, wedding invitation of Esther Etta Andrews to
                 William C. Mullendore
     50     Parties and Dances
               1920 Nov 13, Gamma Chi of Kappa Sigma Home Coming, Recreation Hall
               1921 Feb 11, Women's Pan Hellenic Dance, Community House
               1921 Mar 04, Pi Kappa Alpha Reunion Dance, Elks Hall
               1921 Mar 11, Gamma Chi Kappa Sigma Spring Party, Elks Hall
               1921 Jun 24, Menu from Stanley Hotels, Estes Park, Colorado, 2 copies
     51     Programs
               1920 Dec 03, Aggie Pop Night, Auditorium
               1920 Dec 13, The Kansas Author's Club First Annual Luncheon and
                 Conference, Chamber of Commerce, Dodge City, Kansas
               1921 May 16, The Kansas Author's Club Spring Banquet, Gillett
                 Hotel, Manhattan, Kansas
               1921, Junior/Senior Prom
               19[?] Dec 08, "Madame Butterfly" 
               "At the Quill," n.d. 
               "Ye Scroll of Ye Scribes and Ye Artists," n.d.
     52     Valentine from Susan, n.d.
     53     Zimmerman, Lloyd D., notes and drawings, n.d.

            Memberships 
05   01     Members of list, n.d.
     02     1951 Sep 08, Association des Amis de Rabelais et de la Deviniere
     03     1959, Alpha Delta Pi
               Hoge, Elizabeth S., Correspondence, 1959 Apr 25; 1959 Jun 01
     04     1960, Theta Sigma Phi, 1960
               Meyer, Jo Caldwell, Correspondence, 1960 May 14
     05     1963 Oct 15, Les Amis D'Escoffier Society of New York, Inc.
     06     Certificate of Membership of the Connecticut Cold Water Army, n.d.

            Honorary Memberships
     07     1949 Nov 29, Honorary Member of the City Council of the City of Timesquare
     08     1960 Mar 26, Honorary Member of the Ship's Company, USS Skipjack (SSN 585)

            Menus Planned by Paddleford
     09     1940 Sep 24, Luncheon, This Week Magazine
     10     1950, Executive Luncheon, The Week Magazine
     11     1958 Mar 30, Luncheon
     12     1958 Apr 09, Editorial Luncheon, This Week Magazine
     13     1958 May 12, Luncheon given in honor of His Excellency Einar
               Gerhardsen, Prime Minister of Norway and His Excellency Reno
               Kuuskoski, Prime Minister of Finland by The Honorable Robert F.
               Wagner, Mayor of the City of New York
     14     1958 May 14, Editorial Luncheon, This Week Magazine

            Obituary
     15     1967 Nov, Obituaries of Clementine Paddleford
     
            Poems   
     16     1947 Aug 17, "Carol For Clementine," This Week Magazine
     17     1950, Lyrics by Edwin L. Cleaves
     18     1950, "Kellogg's Better Breakfast Ballad," by Lyn Duddy
     19     "Thanks, Possibly, To Whatever Powers May Be," by Ogden Nash, n.d.

            Recipes
     20     1964 Nov, "25 Ways to Delight Your Dinner Guest," The Redbook,
               Clementine Paddleford's favorite Kansas Fried Chicken recipe

            Resume
     21-22  1933

            Travel Expenses
     23     1960 Travel Expenses

            Work Plans, Correspondence and Notes
     24     Hammond, Mr. and Mr. Miller from Paddleford, 1930 Aug 11
     25     Hammond, Mr. Maynard, Mr. High, and Mr. Patterson from Paddleford,
               1931 Mar 25
     26     Miller, Mr. from Paddleford, 1933 Jan 21
     27     Memo notes, 1946 Jun 13
     28     Various notes and memo in regards to story tips and ideas, 1950 Dec 06

            Other
     29     Sample of New York Herald Tribune's notes when someone else was
               filling in for Clementine Paddleford
     30     Solon Paddleford's measurements, n.d.      

            Portfolio Material, 1928-1937 - some originals in Oversize box
06   01     General Information, n.d.
     02     Biography, n.d.
     03     Resume, n.d.
     04     References, n.d.
     05     "What they say" - correspondence from individuals to Paddleford, n.d.

            Portfolio, Correspondence
     06     Austin, Mrs. Jean, Editor, The American Home, 1934 Jul 30 
            Austin, Mrs. Jean from Grace Meinen, Secretary, The American Home,
               1934 Oct 19 
     07     Bane, Lita, Editor, Ladies' Home Journal, 1934 Mar 02
     08     Bowles, Ella Shannon for the Editors of Cookery, 1941 Oct 21
     09     Ehrman, James F., Marketing Director, Alco-Gravure, Inc., 1934 Jan 11
     10     Fisher, Katharine, Director, Good Housekeeping, 1936 Jan 28
     11     Fleischman, Doris E., 1928 Jan 24
     12     Fuson, S. D., Arthur Kudner, Inc., 1936 Jan 13
     13     Hammond, Godfrey
            [Hammond, Godfrey] from Paddleford, 1931 May 10
            Hammond, Godfrey, The Christian Herald, 1932 Nov 05; 1934 Dec 14;
               [1935] Jan 22; 1936 May 05; [1937] Jan 22; [1937] Jul 21; 1937 Nov 15    
            Hammond, Godfrey, Rowcroft Press, Inc., 1934 Jul 07
            Hammond, Godfrey, 1935 Apr 25
            Hammond, Godfrey from Groom, William S., reference Paddleford,
               1935 May 24 
            Hammond, Godfrey from Paddleford, 1959 Dec 01
            Hammond, Godfrey from DAP, n.d., reference Paddleford 
     14     Hickman, Fern, Service Editor, New York Herald Tribune, 1932 Jan 27 
     15     Lustgarten, Edith, The American Mercury, 1932 Oct 12
            Lustgarten, Edith from Paddleford, 1932 Oct 15
            Lustgarten, Edith 19 (?) Sep 09
     16     Maguire, E. M., Advertising Division General Sales Department, The
               American Sugar Refining Company, 1936 Jul 17
     17     Marquette, Bleecker, Executive Secretary, Public Health
               Federation, 1936 Jan 02
     18     Martin, George, 1928 Jan 23
            Martin, Mr. from Paddleford, n.d., The Crowell Publishing Company 
     19     Mayes, Herbert R. from Paddleford, 1936 Jan 28
     20     Mencken, H. L., Editor, The American Mercury
            Mencken, H. L. from Paddleford, 1932 Apr 20, 1932 Apr 25, 1932 Jul 22,
               1932 Jul 27
            Mencken, H. L., 1932 Apr 21, 1932 Jul 29, 19[?] Jul 26
     21     Meredith, E. T. from Moser, Leo C., 1927 May 07
     22     Migliario, Mrs. Ida, Editor, The Household Magazine, 1935 Feb 04,
               1935 Jul 22, 1935 Aug 15, 1936 Mar 03   
     23     Montague, Doris, The American Magazine, 1935 Oct 11
     24     Moynahan, V. E., Editor, Soda Fountain, 1935 Jun 07  
     25     Painter, H. K., Vice-President, Hutchinson Advertising Company,
               1935 Sep 12
     26     Picken, Mary Brooks, 1936 Mar 03      
     27     Poling, Daniel, Christian Herald, 1932 Nov 09, 1935 Mar 22
               n.d., Poling, Daniel A.
     28     Reynolds, Mrs. Mary, Associate Editor, The Farm Journal, 1932 Sep 09,
               1934 Jul 24, 1934 Oct 25
     29     Rogers, Charley, Professor in Journalism, Kansas State Agriculture
               College, Manhattan, KS, 19[?] Sep 24
     30     Russell, Elizabeth H., Associate Editor, The American Home, 1930 Jun 25,
               1932 Jun 22, 1932 Aug 05
     31     Smith, Ida B. Wise, National President, National Woman's Christian
               Temperance Union, 1934 Feb 06
     32     Van Horn, Edna, Associate Editor, Director Better Foods &
               Equipment Department, Better Homes & Garden, 1937 Sep 10, 1937 Nov 23
     33     Wentworth, F. M., Rust Craft Publishers, Inc., 1935 Dec 12     
     34     Wylie, Josephine, Associate Editor, Better Homes & Garden, 1933 Oct 26      
     35     [?], William, Morgan Memorial, 1936 Mar 29

            Portfolio, Advertising, 1928-1937
     36     "Cooperation with Advertising Department," advertising
     37     1928 Mar, "News For Farm Women from Farm & Fireside's Household
               Department"
     38     1928 Dec 21, "Christmas News For Farm Women from Farm & Fireside's
               Household Department"
     39     1929, "167,021 Letters from Readers Last Year...," Farm & Fireside
     40     1934 Mar, "Percy Clark Quintard Tells How To Make Church Kitchen
               Smile," Christian Herald
     41     1934 Oct, "An Oyster Supper," Christian Herald
     42     1936 Apr, "Polly Puts the Kettle One for the Women's Guild,"
               Christian Herald
     43     "Help! Miss Paddleford!," Christian Herald, n.d.
            "It's a Regular Party to Hold a Christian Herald Cooking School,"
               Christian Herald, n.d.
            "Science Does the Dirty Work," Christian Herald, n.d.
            "Seven Kitchens And They're Always Busy" Christian Herald, n.d.

            Portfolio, Building Reader Response, 1928-1937
     44     "Building Reader Response Through A Service Department," service department
     45     1936 Feb 07
               "Let's examine the record," n.d.
     46     "Winter Leaflets Service Department Christian Herald," n.d.
            "Booklets Full of Ideas from Farm & Fireside's Household
               Department," n.d.
            "Church Suppers" from the Home Bureau Service of Pictorial Review
               [Paddleford used the name Clemence Haskin for this leaflet], n.d.

            Portfolio, Cooperation with Department Stores, 1928-1937
     47     "Getting Cooperation in Details," Department Store Research
     48     1933 May, "New Foods on the market," The American Home
     49     1933 Dec, "A Portfolio for Christmas Giving," House & Garden
     50     1934 Apr, "For April Showers," The American Home
     51     1934 Jun, "Let's Go Some Place -- But Let's Go In Comfort," Ladies'
               Home Journal
               Smith, Ben H., 1934 May 14, reference to June 1934 Ladies' Home
                 Journal article
     52     1935 Apr 07, "Novel Easter Table Favors," This Week Magazine
            1935 Apr 07, "Happy Easter Parade," This Week Magazine, New York
               Herald Tribune Home Institute
     53     1935 Apr 28, "More-the-Merrier Menus," This Week Magazine
     54     1936 Jul 19, "Those Refreshing Melons!," This Week Magazine
     
            Portfolio, Interview Skills, 1928-1937
     55     "Ability to Interview," interview articles
     56     1932 Sep, "Down the Sawdust Trail to Rodeheaver's Trombone" (Homer
               Rodeheaver), Christian Herald
     57     1934 Jan, "Her Home, Her Voice, Her Heart" (Mrs. Ida B. Wise
               Smith), Christian Herald
     58     1935 Mar, "Two Kansans Meet on the Mezzanine Floor" (Charlie St. John
               of Bowery, The Church of St. Utopia, Dick[?]), Christian Herald
     59     1936 Jul, "Where The Things Of The Heart Begin," Christian Herald

            Portfolio, Presentation, 1928-1937
     60     "Novelty in Presentation," versatility
            "Angel Food" [Paddleford used the name Clemence Haskin for this
               article; another title is "An Army Travels On Its Belly," and
               was published in The American Mercury, Oct 1932]

            Portfolio, Writing Samples, 1928-1937
     61     "Samples of Writing and Editing Follow"
     62     1932 Oct, "An Army Travels On Its Belly," The American Mercury
               [Paddleford used the name Clemence Haskin for this article]
            1932 Oct, "Cooking for Crowds and at a profit," Pictorial Review
               [Paddleford used the name Clemence Haskin for this article]
     63     1933 May, "Hairpin Mechanics," Ladies' Home Journal
     64     1933 Dec, "A Dickens Christmas dinner," The American Home
     65     1934 Feb 11, "Your Winter Week Ends," New York Herald Tribune Magazine
     66     1934 Apr 15, "Let's Pitch Our Tents," New York Herald Tribune Magazine
     67     1934 Apr 22, "All Aboard, Kitchen," New York Herald Tribune Magazine
     68     1934 May 20, "On Nature's Tablecloth," New York Herald Tribune Magazine
     69     1934 Jul, "What this country need is a CODE FOR WEEK-END
               HOSTESSES!," The American Home
               Correspondence, [Penwell], Beulah A., reference July 1934, The
                 American Home article
     70     1934 Sep, "One Sunday Afternoon At Mont Lawn," Christian Herald
               Excerpt letter reference Sep 1934, Christian Herald article
     71     1935 Dec, "FATHER pops the corn and Mother prepares it with
               variations," The American Home [Paddleford used the name
               Clemence Haskin for this article]
            1935 Dec, "Let the Feast Be Merry!," Better Homes & Garden
            1935 Dec, "Good-to-Eat Decorations," Farm Journal
     72     1936 Jan, "Cincinnati Shows The Way," Christian Herald
     73     1936 Feb, "Have a Heart," Holland's: The Magazine of the South
     74     1936 May, "Bait to Catch Spring Appetites," Soda Fountain Magazine
     75     1937 Nov, "Here's Your Ticket To Thanksgiving And 'Day-After'
               Meals," Better Homes & Gardens

            Portfolio, Work Plans, 1928-1937
     76     [1929], "Home Modernizing Plan for Farm & Fireside Magazine"
               Correspondence, reference Home Modernizing Plan, 1929 Aug 29
     77     "A Service Plan for The Liberty Magazine," n.d.
            "A Service Plan for Needlecraft," n.d.
            "A Service Plan for the People's Home Journal," n.d.
            "A Service Plan for Pictorial Review," n.d.




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