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Newsletters, 1934-1967

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182  01     Air Cargo Notes, Air Cargo Research, Wayne University 
               1944 Aug 21, "Demonstration of Air-Borne Perishables 'Bears Fruit'"
     02     Angelus Campfire Company
               1941 Feb, Cooking School Scoop
               19[??] Feb 25, "Lime Marshmallow Meringue On Lime Pie
                 Features St. Pat's Favorite Color"
               19[??] Oct 01, "Marshmallows Do Their Bit For Thanksgiving"
     03     Apple Happenings, Processed Apple Institute, Inc., New York
               1956 Feb 01, "Mrs. George Washington Never Had It This Good
                 in Cake Making"
               1957 Mid-Winter, "About A Big Industry"
               "For Today's Gay Young Family...the informal touch for
                 Easter Dinner, Broiled Ham 'N Sweets on Skewers," 
               "Hospitality Hints For Happy Holidays," n.d.
               "I Remember Apple Sauce - Mama's Apple Sauce," n.d.
               "Prune Velvet Cream," n.d.
               "A Salad That Sings of Spring, Cabbage Salad Supreme," n.d.  
               [What shall I serve for dessert?], n.d.
     04     Apple Ideas, Washington State Apple Commission, Seattle, Washington 
               Vol. 1, No. 2
            Apple Sass, Washington State Apple Commission, Wenatchee, Washington
     05        1942 June 25; 1942 Aug 31; 1942 Sep 30            
     06        1943 Jul 01; 1943 Nov 01
     07        1944 Feb 01; 1944 Sep 01
     08        1945 Feb 01; 1945 May 01; 1945 Sep 01; 1945 Oct 01; 1945 Nov 01
     09        1946 Sep; 1946 Oct 31 Halloween
     10        1947 Feb-Mar; 1947 May; 1947 Sep-Dec
     11        1948 Jan-May; 1948 Sep; 1948 Nov-Dec 
     12        1949 Jan (Mexico); 1949 Jan-May; 1949 Sep 01-Nov 01; 1949 Christmas
     13        1950 Feb-May; 1950 Oct-Dec
     14        1951 Jan; 1951 Apr-May; 1951 Oct; 1951 Dec
     15        1952 Feb-May; 1952 Sep-Nov
     16        1953 Jan-Feb; 1953 Apr-May; 1953 Sep
     17        1954 May; 1954 Sep; 1954 Dec
     18        1955 Mar; 1955 Sep; 1955 Dec
     19        1956 Apr; 1956 May; 1956 Aug; 1956 Dec
     20        1957 Jan; 1957 Apr; 1957 Oct; 1957 Dec
     21     Armour and Company, Marie Gifford's Kitchen Service, Union
               Stockyards, Chicago, Illinois
               1936 Oct 25, [Special Article, Pork Sausages]
               1936 Nov 07, [Regular Article, Thanksgiving]
               1936 Nov 14, "Regular Release, Mince Meat"
               1936 Dec 28, [Special Article, Sausage, peach and wheat cake supper]
               1937 Jan 25, [Regular Release, Bacon]
               1937 Jul 26, [Sausage]
               1937 Nov 01, [Pork sausage]
               1937 Nov 08, [The Glorified Bird]
               1937 Dec 07, [Spirit of Saint Nick]
     22        1938 Aug 01, [Dried Beef]
               1938 Aug 15, [Frankfurter or "red hot"]
               1938 Nov 15, [Thanksgiving]
               1938 Dec 01, [Well stocked cookie jar]
               1939 Jan 15, [Roast Loin of Pork]
               1939 May 01, [Canned Meats]
               1939 Oct 15, [Pork Sausage]
               1939 Nov 15, [The glorious gobbler]
     23        "Baked Ham - Breath Of Spring," n.d.
               "Baked Ham Style Leader of Easter Food Parade," n.d.
               "Canned Ham For Holiday Parties," n.d.
               "Cold Cuts For A Kitchen Vacation," n.d.
               "Easter Dinner Stars Ham Slice For Small Family," n.d.
               "The Fabulous Frankfurter," n.d.
               "Fix-Easy Lunches," n.d.
               "Party Surprise Cherry Pies," n.d.
               "Shredded Pizza Cheese Available Now," n.d.
               "Spring Garden Supper Features Bacon," n.d.
               "Turkey Time Talk," n.d.
               "When There's A Ham In The House," n.d.
     24        Bulletin No. 01, "Budget Meats"
               Bulletin No. 03, "Star Bacon Cookery"
               Bulletin No. 04, "Ground Meats For Main Dishes"
               Bulletin No. 05, "Carving The Roast"
               Bulletin No. 07, "To Market! To Market! To Buy A Fine Ham"
               Bulletin No. 08, "Let's Have Lamb Tonite"
               Bulletin No. 09, "Prize Winning Beef Steak"
               Bulletin No. 10, "Pie - The Great American Dessert"
               Bulletin No. 11, "Pantry Shelf Dinners"
               Bulletin No. 13, "Fair and Warmer"
               Bulletin No. 14, "Main Dish Salads and Jellied Meats"
               Bulletin No. 16, "High Time For Sausage"
               Bulletin No. 17, "Turkey Talk"
     25        Bulletin No. 21, "Fresh Pork Cookery"
               Bulletin No. 22, "Broiler Meals"
               Bulletin No. 23, "'B' Is For Bacon - 'Bacon' Is For Budgets"
               Bulletin No. 24, "Easy Baking"
               Bulletin No. 25, "It's Picnic Time"
               Bulletin No. 26, "Lazy Day Ideas"
               Bulletin No. 27, "Making the Most of Ham"
               Bulletin No. 28, "Serve Something Different!"
     26        Bulletin No. 30, "Invitation To A Holiday Buffet"
               Bulletin No. 31, "Meat Pies" - 2 copies
               Bulletin No. 32, "Appetizers - Hot or Cold"
               Bulletin No. 34, "A Batch of Biscuits"
               Bulletin No. 35, "Return Engagement Of The Roast"
               Bulletin No. 36, "Meats For Two"
               Bulletin No. 37, "Summer Sandwich Suggestions"
               Bulletin No. 38, "Summer Coolers"
               Bulletin No. 39, "Meats For Young Americans"
     27        Bulletin No. 40, "Budget Cuts of Beef"
               Bulletin No. 41, "Holiday Poultry"
               Bulletin No. 42, "Two Christmas Dinners"
               Bulletin No. 43, "Budget Cuts Of Pork"
               Bulletin No. 44, "Budget Cuts Of Lamb"
               Bulletin No. 45, "The Kitchen Is A Defense Line"
               Bulletin No. 46, "Canned Meats 'Join Up'"
               Bulletin No. 47, "First Aid For Food Budgets"
               Bulletin No. 48, "Sugar Saving Recipes"
               Bulletin No. 49, "Fifteen Minute Summer Suppers"
     28        Bulletin No. 51, "Lunches That Carry"
               Bulletin No. 55, "A Little Goes A Long Way"
               Bulletin No. 56, "Ways To Use Variety Meats"
               Bulletin No. 61, "Sausages Are Red Point Bargains"
               Bulletin No. 64, "Tricks With Treet"
               Bulletin No. 67, "Pork Sausage Cuts Time, Saves Points"
               Bulletin No. 68, "Call To Action On The Home Front!"
               Bulletin No. 69, "D'You Know These Facts About Lard?"
     29        Bulletin No. 70, [VITALOX]
               Bulletin No. 72, "It's Eggs, Eggs, Eggs!"
               Bulletin No. 73, "Have Fun In Your Own Back Yard!"
               Bulletin No. 76, "Get Acquainted With Lamb And Veal!"
               Bulletin No. 77, "The 'Sky's The Limit' With Ground Meat!"
               Bulletin No. 78, "Christmas Greetings"
               Bulletin No. 79, "Wake Up And Eat - Start The Day Right!!"
     30        Bulletin No. 80, "We're Crowing But A Hen Laid The Egg!"
               Bulletin No. 82, "Meats Will Stretch!"
               Bulletin No. 84, "Biscuits Are What You Make Them!"
               Bulletin No. 87, "Lunches To Grow On!"
               Bulletin No. 89, "Turkeys Are Big And Plentiful!"
     31        Bulletin No. 91, "The Gentle Art of Carving"
               Bulletin No. 92, "'Meating' Your Body Needs"
               Bulletin No. 94, "Meals - Pretty as Spring!!" - 2 copies
               Bulletin No. 95, "It's So Easy To Cook Chicken!"
               Bulletin No. 96, "Summers R-E-F-R-E-S-H-ERS
               Bulletin No. 97, "The Broiler's Sizzling - The Kitchen's Cool!"
               Bulletin No. 98, "Consider The Egg!" - 2 copies
               Bulletin No. 99, "Eat Three 'Squares' Every Day"
     32        Bulletin No. 100, "Holidays Call For Sweets!"
               Bulletin No. 101, "At Our Parties We Have Fun, Too!"
               Bulletin No. 102, "Buying and Cooking Meats for Two!"
               Bulletin No. 103, "Orchids To Casseroles!"
               Bulletin No. 104, "Ham Goes So Far!"
               Bulletin No. 105, "From The Pantry Shelf"
               Bulletin No. 106, "Pick-Up-And-Go Meals!"
               Bulletin No. 107, "Make Mine Pie!"
               Bulletin No. 108, "Serve Cheese!"
               Bulletin No. 109, "Budget Meat Buys!"
               Bulletin No. 110, "Even Leftovers Stretch!"
     33        Bulletin No. 111, "No Fuss - No Feathers!"
               Bulletin No. 112, "From Our Cookie Jar!"
               Bulletin No. 113, "Morning Call!"
               Bulletin No. 114, "The Way To A Man's Heart"
               Bulletin No. 116, "Entertain With Sandwiches!"
               Bulletin No. 117, "Summer Cold Trays"
     34        Bulletin No. 120, "Sizzlin' Pork Sausage"
               Bulletin No. 121, "Holiday Appetizers!"
               Bulletin No. 123, "It's Fun To Feed A Crowd!"
               Bulletin No. 124, "So That's The Secret!"
               Bulletin No. 127, "Back Yard Barbecue"
               Bulletin No. 128, "Chicken - All American Favorite!"
               Bulletin No. 129, "Meals - Just For The Two Of You!"
     35        Bulletin No. 130, "Blue Ribbon Winners!"
               Bulletin No. 131, "Pork Platters on Parade"
               Bulletin No. 133, "From Our House To Yours"
               Bulletin No. 134, "Port A Plenty"
               Bulletin No. 136, "Beef To Fit The Budget"
               Bulletin No. 139, "Cake Talk"
     36        Bulletin No. 140, "Sandwiches-Fun Fare For The Summer"
               Bulletin No. 142, "Prize Winning Pies"
               Bulletin No. 143, "Our Cheese Family Takes A Bow!"
               Bulletin No. 144, "It's Turkey Time!"
               Bulletin No. 147, "Resolved - To Be A Better Carver!"
               Bulletin No. 148, "Spring Spotlights Ham!"
               Bulletin No. 149, "Food Good Health Insurance - Pick Variety Meats!"
     37        Bulletin No. 150, "From Our Question Box On Pie!" - 2 copies
               Bulletin No. 151, "Sausages Take To Summer Dress" - 2 copies
               Bulletin No. 153, "Success Story - Bacon 'N Eggs!" - 2 copies
               Bulletin No. 154, "A Dinner To Remember!"    
               Bulletin No. 155, "Sweets Say Merry Christmas!"
               Bulletin No. 156, "Feeding Fifty - Or More!"
               Bulletin No. 158, "All-In-One Dishes"
               Bulletin No. 159, "Spring-Styled Dishes That Satisfy"
     
183  01        Bulletin No. 160, "And For Dessert "
               Bulletin No. 161, "Canned Meats For Easy Cooking"
               Bulletin No. 162, "Pick A Picnic!"
               Bulletin No. 163, "It Tastes Better Our-Of-Doors!"
               Bulletin No. 164, "Pattern For School-Day Eating"
               Bulletin No. 165, "Hot Bread Hits"
               Bulletin No. 166, "Bring On That Beautiful Bird!" - 2 copies
               Bulletin No. 167, "Christmas Candle Specials"
     02        Bulletin No. 170, "Ham Hits, Unlimited" - 2 copies
               Bulletin No. 172, "Pies That Please"
               Bulletin No. 173, "The Fabulous Frankfurter"
               Bulletin No. 174, "Cool And Quick"
               Bulletin No. 175, "Good Eating With Ground Beef"
               Bulletin No. 176, "Savory Meat Pies"
               Bulletin No. 177, "Slow-And-Easy Braised Meats"
               Bulletin No. 178, "Poultry Postscripts"
     03        Bulletin No. 180, "All About Bacon"
               Bulletin No. 182, "Springtime Specials"
               Bulletin No. 184, "Special-Occasion Cakes"
               Bulletin No. 185, "Picnic Fixin's"
               Bulletin No. 186, "Spotlight On Sandwiches"
               Bulletin No. 187, "Teen-Age Entertaining"
               Correspondence, Palmer, Dolores, Manager, Consumer
                 Service Department, Armour and Company, 1963 Jan 07
               Bulletin No. 188, "Foreign Foods, American-Style"
     04        Bulletin No. 190, "The Holiday Bird"
               Bulletin No. 191, "For Happy Holidays"
               Bulletin No. 192, "Beef Lovers' Favorites"
               Bulletin No. 194, "Ham Postscripts"
               Bulletin No. 197, "Primer Of Meat Cookery"
               Bulletin No. 199, "Back-Yard Buffets"
     05        Bulletin No. 201, "Skillet Main Dishes"
               Bulletin No. 203, "The Christmas Cooky Jar"
               Bulletin No. 204, "Good Eating With Pork"
               Bulletin No. 205, "Meals Starring Cheese And Eggs"
               Bulletin No. 207, "3 Quick and Easy Lunches"      
               Bulletin No. 209, "Cooking For Two"
               Bulletin No. 210, "Main-Dish Salads"
     06        Bulletin No. 211, "Blue-Sky Cookin'"
               Bulletin No. 212, "3 Easy Budget Dinners"
               Bulletin No. 213, "King Size Sandwiches"
               Bulletin No. 214, "Christmas Gifts from the Kitchen"
               Bulletin No. 217, "Cheddar Cheese Favorites"
               Bulletin No. 218, "Good Eating With Pork Sausage"
               Bulletin No. 219, "Ham For Easter"
     07        Bulletin No. 220, "Please Them With Pie!"
               Bulletin No. 221, "Memo To The New Cook" - 2 copies
               Bulletin No. 228, "Bacon - Round-The-Clock Favorite"
               Bulletin No. 229, "Cheddar Cheese and Egg Favorites"
     08        Bulletin No. 230, "Quick and Simple...Quick and Elegant"
               Bulletin No. 231, "A Pound Of Ground Beef"
               Bulletin No. 233, "Come For Brunch!..."
               Bulletin No. 235, "The Sandwich, 1958 Model"
               Bulletin No. 236, "Hot From The Oven..."
               Bulletin No. 237, "The Meat You Buy"
               Bulletin No. 238, "Turkey Postscripts"
               Bulletin No. 239, "Sweet Christmas Gifts"
     09        Bulletin No. 241, "Simmered Suppers"
               Bulletin No. 242, "When You Entertain..."
               Bulletin No. 243, "Hot From The Broiler"
               Bulletin No. 245, "Fun For All...The Cook-Out"
               Bulletin No. 247, "Favorite Round Steak Recipes"
               Bulletin No. 249, "Holiday Cookies"
     10        Bulletin No. 250, "Old-Fashioned Stews"
               Bulletin No. 251, "Italian Dishes...Elegante!"
               Bulletin No. 252, "Short and Sweet"
               Bulletin No. 253, "Ham, Versatile Ham"
               Bulletin No. 254, "Party-Going Cakes"
               Bulletin No. 255, "Open-Air Eating"
               Bulletin No. 256, "In Praise of Casseroles"
     11        Canned Meat Study Guide
               Study Guide For Cheese, n.d.
               Study Guide For Ham, n.d.
               Study Guide For Poultry, n.d.
               Study Guide For Pie Baking, n.d.
               Study Guide For Sausage, n.d.
     12     Asparagus Tips, Monthly Newsletter of the New Jersey Asparagus Council
               1958 Nov 20, Prize Winning N. J. Farm Kitchen Recipe # 1,
                 [Hot Turkey and Asparagus Sandwiches]
               1959 Feb 04, Prize Winning N. J. Farm Kitchen Recipe # 7,
                 [Harvard Asparagus Sauce]
               1959 Mar 10, Prize Winning N. J. Farm Kitchen Recipe # 8,
                 [Asparagus Schillelaghs]
               Prize Winning N. J. Farm Kitchen Recipe # 9, 
                 [Spirit of Spring Soup], n.d.
               19[59] Apr 25, New Release
               Correspondence, 1959 Sep 10
               "What Do You Think About Asparagus?" n.d.
     13     Automatic Retailers of America, Inc. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
               "Housewife of 1980 Seen Preparing Dinner Easily"
     14-19  BBDO, Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborn, Inc. News Bureau, New York 
               [Cranberries]
     20        [Cranberries, Ocean Spray]
     21        [Soup]
                  1936 Sep 21, "For Speed Cooking - Soup In Any Language!"
                  1955 Mar 29, "Breakfast Soup Served On The Liberte"
                  1955 Jun 24, "Refrigerated Breakfast Soup"
                  1956 Jun 20, "Soup On The Rocks - Encore!"
                  1957 Oct 30, "Fillers: Soup-Beverages 'Round The Clock"
                  1957 Dec 04, "Pitcher Service For Beverage Soups"
                  1957 Dec 19, "Soup Fillers"
                  1958 May 29, "Soup and Dairy Products"
                  1966 Jun, "Cream of Celery The Soup With The Friendly Flavor"
                  1966 Oct, "Tempting Tomato Soup"
     22           "The Chilled Soup Family," 2 copies
                  "Cool Soup 'N Milk Drinks For Warm Weather"
                  "The Cup That Cheers"
                  "The Four-Minute Meal (A Fact Sheet About Condensed Soup)"
                  "Safety Soup Make That One-For-The-Road Hot Soup"
                  "Soup and Dairy Products"
                  "Soup 'N Milk For Cool Springtime Drinks"
                  "Soup On The Rocks"
                  "Soup On The Rocks" (facts)
                  "Vignettes...Soup Through The Ages"
     23        "1958 Outdoor Eating Season Will Be Biggest On Record
                  According To General Mills' Jack Matthes"
               "Eat Hearty - On Good Meat" - photo chart
               "Fillers"
               "History of Chiquita Banana"
               "Hot And Cold Taste Teasers For Holiday Tasting"
               "Know Your Meat" - photo chart
     24     Baby Food Bulletin, Gerber's Baby Food, New York
               1946 Jul, Vol. 1, No. 6
               1948 Jan, Vol. 3, No. 1
               1948 Feb, Vol. 3, No. 2
               1948 Apr, Vol. 3, No. 4
               1948 Jul, Vol. 3, No. 7
               1949 Feb, Vol. 4, No. 2
               1951 May, Vol. 6, No. 5, page 2 only
               1952 May, Vol. 7, No. 5, page 2 only
               1952 Aug, Vol. 7, No. 8
               1955 Dec, Vol. 10, No. 12
               1958 Sep-Oct, Vol. 13, No. 5, pages 2-3 only
               1962 Sep-Oct, Vol. 17, No. 5
               1963 Jan-Feb, Vol. 18, No. 1
               1964 Mar 13, "News From Gerber Products Company"
               "Facts On Gerber Fruits And Chopped Squash Mentioned In Story"
     25     Baking Sketches, The Nulomoline Division, American Molasses Company
               1946 Sep, Vol. XVII, No. 2, "Fresh Fruit Cake Pride Of The
                 Master Craftsman"
               1947 Oct, Vol. XVIII, No. 2, "Smooth-Slice Light Fruit Cake"
               1948 Sep, Vol. XIX, No. 1, "Light Fruit Cake"
               1949 Sep, Vol. XX, No. 1, "Super-Slice Light Fruit Cake" and
                 "Non-Crumbling Dark Fruit Cake"
               1951 Sep, Vol XXII, No. 2, "Fruit Cakes" and "Dark Fruit
                 Cake of Unusual Flavor"            
               1956 Aug, Vol. XXIV, No. 1, "Fruit Cakes Festive and
                 Festooned" and "Dark Fruit Cakes"
     26     Bartlett Pear Flashes, Pacific Coast Canned Pear Service,
               Yakima, Washington and San Francisco, California
               "Food Operators Use Canned Pears In Many Ways...Salads,
                 Desserts, Meat Accompaniments, Garnish..." - 2 copies
     27     Beer With Food, United States Brewer Association
               "Creamy Chipped Beef Dish Keeps Party Costs Down," nd
               "Sky Pardners Get Together On The Ground," nd
               "Sufer's Social Board," nd
               "Take A Tip From Professional Chefs For A Winter Night's
                 Original Snack," n.d.
     28     Blueberry Kitchen Newsletter, Cultivated Blueberry Recipes From
               Blueberry Institute
               "Blueberry Time is Turnover Time"
               "How To Freeze Cultivated Blueberries"
               "Recipes For Blueberry Jellies, James, Conserves, Etc.,"
               "Steps For Making Cultivated Blueberry Jelly, Jam, Conserve, Etc."
               "The Story Of The Cultivated Blueberry"
               [Blueberry Recipes]
     29     Borden News-Reel, The Borden Kitchen, New York
               1935 Nov
               1936 Feb
               1936 Mar
               1937 Oct
               1937 Nov
     30        1938 Feb
               1938 Sep
               1938 Nov
               1939 May
               1940 Mar
               1940 Dec
     31        1941 Feb
               1941 Nov
               1941 Dec
               1942 Feb
               1942 May
               1942 Jul

184  01     Bread & Butter, Consumers Union of the United States, New York
               City, New York
               1941 Oct 02, Vol. 1, No. 32, "Bread & Oleo"
               1941 Oct 09,Vol. 1, No. 33 "Bread & Butter Recommends:
                 'Bread & Oleo'"
               1942 May 29, Vol. 2, No. 22, "Oleo: Repeal Restrictions"
     02     Broiled in Butter Mushrooms, released by Mabel Stegner, Home
               Economics Consultant, New York
     03     Bulletin Service, Direct From The Home Economics Department,
               First National Stores
     04     The Calavo News, Los Angeles, California
               1937 Apr-May
     05     California Fruit Growers Exchange, Los Angeles, California
               1934 Oct 20
               1935 Jan 16
               1935 Mar 22
     06     California Sweet Potato Growers, Livingston, California
               1965 Apr
     07     Calorie-Saving News from Sara Hervey Watts, Home Economics
               Consultant for Abbott Laboratories, Redloft, Radnor, Pennsylvania
               "Gala Holiday Pies Will Delight Dieters"
               "Harvest Puddings Stress Low-Calorie Theme"
               "Low-Calorie Tapioca Pudding"
               "Orange-Flavored Beauties To Delight Dieters"
               "Tempting Coffee Treats For Dieters"
     08     Campbell's Scoops, Campbell Soup Company, Camden, New Jersey
               1962 Mar-Apr
               1963 Feb-Mar
               1963 Apr-May
               1965 Sep
               1966 Dec
               1967 Fall
     09     Campbell's Soup Bulletin, Anne Marshall, Campbell Soup Company,
               Camden, New Jersey
               1947 Jul, "Plenty Of Soup For Everybody"
               1950 Jun, Part 1, "Chilled Soup Served In A Cool Bowl"
               1950 Jun, Part 2, "Operation O. H. D."
               1950 Jun, Part 3, "Snappy Burgers"
               1950 Jun, Part 4, "Chilled Soup Season Is Here!"
     10     Canadian Food News, Dominion Fishery News Bureau, Toronto, Canada
               "Clam Griddle Cakes Take The Cake!"
               "Dressy, Delicious Halibut Souffle Makes dinner a Canadian event"
               "Everybody Likes Pie. And these Canadian Fish Pies are new,
                 unusual and delicious"
               "Here's A New Canadian Hamburger Sandwich With an oyster
                 tucked inside for a surprise"
               "Please the whole family A dinner equally good with sea-
                 fresh or lake fish from our crystal clear Canadian waters"
               "St. Patrick Boys to Fish"
     11     Carton News, The Paraffined Carton Research Council, Chicago, Illinois
               1959 Mar-Apr, Vol. 1, No. 10
     12     Check On Nutrition, City of New York Department of Health, New York
               1948 Aug, Vol. V, No. 6, "Your Food In Hot Weather"
     13     Chicken Pieces, A Quarterly Bulletin of the National Broiler
               Council, Richmond, Virginia
               1962 Apr, No. 2
     14     The Chipper Hostess, Florence La Ganke Harris, Home Economics
               Director, National Potato Chip Institute, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio
               1949 Dec, Number 22, "Think Seriously About Your New Year Resolutions"
               1950 Jan, Number 23, "What Could We Do Without February!"
               1950 Jan, Number 31, "A New Year...A New Day!"
               1950 Feb, Number 32, "February...A Short Month with Many
                 Festive Days"
               1951 Mar, Number 33, "March...Is Quite a Month in 1951!"
               1951 Dec, Number 38, "Christmas Day in the Morning"
               1952 Jan, Number 39, "The Making of Potato Chips"
               1952 Feb, Number 40, "February 1952 Has 29 Days...and Lots
                 of Holidays!"
               1954 Easter Issue, "Easter Food Fashions"
               1957 Christmas Issue
               Number 432, "Food...the Most Important Part of a Picnic!," n.d.
     15     Choc Talk, Chocolate Manufacturers Association of the United
               States of America, The Chocolate Information Council, New York
               1965 Summer, Vol. 1, No. 1
               1966 Winter-Spring, Vol. 1, No. 3
     16     Chopletter, The Magazine of Worthington Food News and Views,
               Worthington, Ohio
               1953 Dec, Vol. VI, No. 4
               1957 Sep, Vol. X, No. 5
     17     Coffee Newsletter, The Pan-American Coffee Bureau, The National
               Coffee Association, New York
               1945 Jun
               1945 Aug
               1945 Sep
               1945 Nov
               1947 Aug, Vol. 3, No. 8
               1948 Sep, Vol. 4, No. 9
               1949 Jun, Vol. 5, No. 6
               1949 Aug, Vol. 5, No. 8
               1949 Nov, Vol. 5, No. 11
               1951 Apr, Vol. 7, No. 4
               1951 May, Vol. 7, No. 5, pages 1 and 2 only
               1951 Nov, Vol. 7, No. 11, pages 1 and 2 only
               1952 May, Vol. 8, No. 5, pages 1 and 2 only
               1952 Oct, Vol. 8, No. 10
               1952 Nov, Vol. 8, No. 11, pages 1 and 2 only
               1953 Feb, Vol. 9, No. 2, top half of page 1 only
               1953 Jul, Vol. 9, No. 7
               1953 Nov, Vol. 9, No. 11
               1953 Dec, Vol. 9, No. 12, pages 1 and 2 only
     18        1954 Mar, Vol. 10, No. 3
               1954 May, pages 1 and 2 only
               [1954], Vol. 10, No. 9, pages 3 and 4 only
               [1954], Vol. 10, No. 12, pages 3 and 4 only
               1955 Jan, Vol. 11, No. 1
               1955 Feb, Vol. 11, No. 2
               1955 Apr, Vol. 11, No. 4
               1955 Nov, Vol. 11, No. 9
               1956 May, Vol. pages 1 and 2 only
               1956 Aug, pages 1 and 2 only
               1956 Dec, Vol. 12, No. 11
               [1956], Vol. 12, No. 11, pages 3 and 4 only
               1957 May, Vol. 13, No. 5
               1957 Jul, pages 1 and 2 only
               1957 Sep, Vol. 13, No. 9
               1957 Nov, Vol. 13, No. 11, 2 copies
               1957 Dec, Vol. 13, No. 12
               1958 Feb, pages 1 and 2 only
               1958 Apr, pages 1 and 2 only
               1958 Nov, pages 1 and 2 only
               [1958], Vol. 14, No. 4, pages 3 and 4 only
     19        1959 Jan, Vol. 15, No. 1
               1959 Feb, pages 1 and 2 only
               1959 Apr, Vol. 15, No. 4
               1959 May, Vol. 15, No. 5
               1959 Aug, Vol. 15, No. 8
               1959 Sep, Vol. 15, No. 9
               1959 Nov, pages 1 and 2 only
               [1959], Vol. 15, No. 7, pages 3 and 4 only
               1960 Jan, pages 1 and 2 only
               1960 Mar, Vol. 16, No. 3
               1960 Jul, pages 1 and 2 only
               1960 Aug, Vol. 16, No. 8
               1960 Sep, Vol. 16, No. 9
               1960 Dec, Vol. 16, No. 12
               [1960], Vol. 16, No. 1, pages 3 and 4 only
               1961 Mar, Vol. 17, No. 3
               1961 Jun, Vol. 17, No. 6
               1961 Jul, Vol. 17, No. 7
               1961 Aug, pages 1 and 2 only
               1961 Nov, Vol. 17, No. 11
               [1961], Vol. 17, No. 1
     20        1962 Feb, Vol. 18, No. 2
               1962 Mar, pages 1 and 2 only
               1962 May, Vol. 18, No. 5
               1962 Jul, Vol. 18, No. 7
               1962 Sep, Vol. 18, No. 9
               1962 Oct, pages 1 and 2 only
               1962 Dec, Vol. 18, No. 12
               [1962], Vol. 18, No. 1, pages 3 and 4 only
               1963 Jan, Vol. 19, No. 1
               1963 Mar, pages 1 and 2 only
               1963 May, pages 1 and 2 only
               1963 Jul, Vol. 19, No. 7
               1963 Aug, pages 1 and 2 only
               1963 Nov, Vol. 19, No. 11
               1964 Feb, Vol. 20, No. 2
               1964 Mar, Vol. 20, No. 3
               1964 Apr, pages 1 and 2 only
               1964 May, Vol. 20, No. 5
               1964 Jun, Vol. 20,  No. 6
               1964 Sep, Vol. 20, No. 9
     21        1965 Feb, Vol. 21, No. 2
               1965 Apr, Vol. 21, No. 4
               1965 Jul-Aug, Vol. 21, No. 7-8
               1965 Sep, Vol. 21, No. 9
               1965 Nov, Vol. 21, No. 11
               [1965], Vol. 21, No. 5, pages 3 and 4 only
               1966 Jan, Vol. 22, No. 1
               1966 Feb, Vol. 22, No. 2
               1966 Mar, pages 1 and 2 only
               1966 Apr, pages 1 and 2 only
               1966 May, Vol. 22, No. 5
               1966 Oct, Vol. 22, No. 10
               1966 Nov, Vol. 22 No. 11
               1967 Apr, Vol. 23, No. 4
               1967 Jun, Vol. 23, No. 6
               1967 Jul, Vol. 23, No. 7
               1967 Aug, Vol. 23, No. 8
               1967 Sep, Vol. 23, No. 9
               1967 Oct, Vol. 23, No. 10
     22     Cold Cooking, Westinghouse Refrigerator
               Vol. VIII, No. 2, "February Features"
               Vol. IX, No. 1, "Happy New Year"
     23     Collector's Item, The Impressions of a Connoisseur on
               Gastronomy Presented by Schenley Import Corp., New York
               Vol. 1, No. 3
               Vol. 1, No. 5-7
     24     Consumer Close-Ups, Cooperative Extension, New York State
               University, New York
               1967 Aug 28, "To Market, To Market..."
     25     Consumer Notes, Consumers' Counsel Division, Washington, D. C.
               1940 Sep 02, Vol. III, No. 17
               1940 Dec 30, Vol. III, No. 34
               1941 Jan 27, page 2 only
               1941 Mar 31, Vol. III, No. 47
               1941 Jul 14, Vol. IV, No. 10
               1941 Jul 28, Vol. IV, No. 12
               1942 Jan 19, Vol. IV, No. 34
               1942 Feb 16, Vol. IV, No. 38
     26     Cookie Capers with Nestle Cookie Mix, From Nestle Chocolate
               Test Kitchen, New York
               1951 Fall, Vol. 1, No. 1
     27     Cooking Chatter, Beatrice Cooke, Lawrence H. Selz Organization,
               Inc., Chicago, Illinois 
               No. 13, n.d.
     28     Cracker Chatter, National Biscuit Company, New York
               1939, "A Brown Flaky Topping for Casserole Dishes"
               1940, "For Lent - Do This With NBC Cracker Meal" 
               1941, "Suggestions For Lent And For Spring"
               1941, "Spring Bride's Number"
               1944, "Featuring - Food Fashions for Spring, Point Saving
                 Fare, Life Saving Sweets"
               1944, "Featuring - Warm Weather Fare, Dishes for Busy
                 Homemakers, Dessert Time"
     29        1951, "Holidays Are Here!"
               1953 Nov-Dec, "Delightful Dishes For The Holidays" -
                 photocopy only
               1954 Jan-Feb, "Top Of The Year Treats"
               1957 Jan-Feb, "Tasty Trails Through January February 1957" [incomplete]
               1957 Nov-Dec. "Happy Holidays"
               1958, "Timely Tasty Themes from the kitchen of Mary Ellen Baker"
               1958, "Choice Leaves For Your Autumn Idea Book" [incomplete]
               1959, "Here Come Fruitful Fancies for Spring 1959!" [incomplete]
               1962 Nov-Dec, [Holidays]
               1963 Nov-Dec, "Happy Holidays To You All From Nabisco"
               1964 May-Jun, "Bon Voyage Party"
               1964 Nov-Dec, "Merry feasting and a delightful holiday
                 season to all from-Nabisco"
               1965 Sep-Oct, [incomplete]
     30     The Cranberry Kitchen, Cranberry Canners, Inc., South Hanson, Massachusetts
               1938, "Special Bulletin 1938 Recipes"
               1948 Oct, [News Release]
               1955 Aug, "Seven All-Time Favorite Fresh Cranberry Recipes"
               "How to Use Cranberry Garnishes," - Demonstration Edition, n.d.
     31        Vol. 1, No. 1-39, "Cranberry Sauce Puts Color on Winter Tables"
               Vol. 1, No. 2-39, "Cranberry Sauce Joins the Lenten Food Parade"
               Vol. 1, No. 3-39, "Spring Breakfasts"
               Vol. 1, No. 7-39, "Cranberry Favorites for August"
               Vol. 1, No. 8-39, "Harvesting The 1939 Cranberry Crop"
               Vol. 3, No. 5-41, "In the merry, merry month of May" [incomplete]
               Vol. 3, No. 6-41, "The Cranberry Salad Bar"
               Vol. 3, No. 7-41, "Cranberry for Coolness"
               Vol. 3, No. 10-41, "Colorful Cranberry Dishes for Gay
                 October Days"
               Vol. 3, No. 12-41, "Let it be A Bountiful Christmas with
                 these Cranberry Favorites"
     32        Vol. 4, No. 2-42, "February...A Month for Cranberry-Red" [incomplete]
               Vol. 4, No. 6-42, "What is So Rare as a Day in June...With
                 No Meals to Plan" 
               Vol. 5, No. 8-43, "September...School Days and Cranberry Days!"
               Vol. 8, No. 9, "A Cranberry Harvest"
               Vol. 8, No. 10, "Cranberries for Holidays"
               Vol. 8, No. 11, "Come Spring! Come Cranberries!"
               Vol. 9, No. 1, "It's Cranberry Time!"
               Vol. 9, No. 2, "Cranberry Trimmings"
               Vol. 9, No. 5, "New Cranberry Cook Book Comes from Printers"
               Vol. 10, No. 1, "Prize Winning Cranberry Dishes"
               Vol. 10, No. 2, "Cranberry Treats for Christmas"
               Vol. 10, No. 5-D-11-52, "Cranberry Dishes for Holiday Demonstrations"
               Vol. 11, No. 2-D-6-53, "Open a Can of Cranberry Sauce and
                 Have Some Picnic Fun," 2 copies              
               Vol. 12, No. 1-D-2-54, "Tulip-Red Cranberry Ideas"
               Vol. 12, No. 2-D-6-54, "Chicken 'n Cranberry Barbecue Time"
     33     Cranberry Kitchen, Ocean Spray's, Hanson, Massachusetts
               1956 Fall
               1958 Spring
               1958 Fall
               1959 Spring
               1961 Spring
     34     Cranberry Scoop, Fresh Cranberry Institute, New York
               Cranberries and Lemon Sauce, n.d.
               From the office of Robert Knox Advertising, n.d.
     35     Cryovac Kitchen News, Cryovac Division, W. R. Grace & Company,
               Cambridge, Massachusetts
               1964 Jun, [Curry Sauce, News Release]
               "The Case Of The Invisible Package," n.d. 
               "Entertaining? Serve Elegant Apricot Duckling...One Or A
                 Pair...It's Easy," n.d.
               "For Release: November, 1962," n.d.
               "General List" [tips on prepare Duck], n.d.
               "Ham Facts," n.d.
               "Keep A Cool Kitchen With Luncheon Meats," n.d.
               "The New Look In Turkeys," n.d.
               "Oriental Flavor In Your Own Backyard-Barbecued Duckling
                 With Malayan," n.d.
               "Outdoor Cooking" - with poster and "Bar-B-Cuts" stickers,
                 poster moved to oversize items, n.d.              
               "Why Shout About Trout?," n.d.
     36     D & O News, Dodge & Olcott, Inc., New York
               1952 May
               1952 Jul - incomplete
               1953 Feb-Mar
               1954 May
               1954 Sep
               1954 Nov, 2 copies
               1955 Apr - incomplete
               1955 Jul, Vol. 7, No. 7
               1955 Sep, Vol. 7, No. 9
               1955 Nov, Vol. 7, No. 11
               1956 Jan, Vol. 8, No. 1
               1956 Feb, Vol. 8, No. 2
               1956 Mar, Vol. 8, No. 3 [incomplete]
               1956 Aug, Vol. 9, No. 8
               1956 Oct, Vol. 9, No. 10
               1957 Dec [incomplete]
     37        1958 Sep, Vol. 11, No. 9
               1958 Oct, Vol. 11, No. 10
               1958 Nov, Vol. 11, No. 11 [incomplete]
               1959 Apr, Vol. 12, No. 4
               1959 May, Vol. 12, No. 5
               1959 Oct, Vol. 13, No. 10 [note either the date or the volume
                 number is wrong]
               1959 Nov, Vol. 12, No. 11
               1959, Vol. 12, No. 12, "Warmest Holiday Greetings"
     38        1960 Mar, Vol. 12, No. 3
               1960 Apr, Vol. 12, No. 4 [incomplete]
               1960 May, Vol. 13, No. 5
               1960 Aug, Vol. 13, No. 8
               1960 Sep, Vol. 13, No. 9
               1960 Nov, Vol. 13, No. 11
               1961 Jan, Vol. 14, No. 1
               1961 Jul, Vol. 14, No. 7
               1961 Oct, Vol. 14, No. 10
               1962 Mar, Vol. 15, No. 3
               1962 May, Vol. 15, No. 5
               1962 Aug, Vol. 15, No. 8
     39     Danish Import News, Hafnia Ham Company, Inc., New York
               1954 Mar-Apr, Vol. 1, No. 5
               1955 Jun, Vol. 2, No. 6
               1955 Dec, Vol. 2, No. 10
               1957 Apr
     40     Dehydrated Foods Newsletter, National Dehydrators Association,
               New York
               1942 Aug 20
               1942 Sep 22
     41     Demonstration Helps, The Borden Kitchen, New York
               Vol. 1, No. 2, Pies
               Vol. 1, No. 2, Christmas Issue
     42     Donut Doings, The Donut Institute, New York
               1942 Fall
               1942 Nov [incomplete]

185  01     Durum Wheat Notes
               1956 Oct-Nov
               1958 Feb-Mar
               1958 Apr-May
               1959 Feb-Mar
               1960 Feb-Mar
               1962 Apr
               1962 Dec
               1966 Spring
     02     The Epicure, S. S. Pierce Company, Boston, Massachusetts
               Vol. LIV, No. 1
     03     Evaporated Milk Food News, Evaporated Milk Association,
               Chicago, Illinois
               1964 Sep
     04     Facts Digest, Extension Bulletin From the Home Economics
               Department, Servel, Inc., Evansville, Indiana
               1941 Mar-Apr, Vol. VI, No. 11
     05     The Family Circle, The Family Circle, Inc., New York
               "Fillers," n.d.
               "Make Your Own Dache," n.d.
               "Now's The Time For Oysters," n.d.
               "Pumpkin Meringue Pie," n.d.
     06     Farm and Home News, University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire
               1952 Aug 25, "Martha Reports From France [Marsingy, France]"
               1952 Sep 07, "Martha Reports From France [Girone, France]
               "Family Food Fare" by Elizabeth E. Ellis, [Cookies], n.d.
               "Family Food Fare" by Elizabeth E. Ellis, [Rhubarb], n.d.
               "Family Food Fare" by Elizabeth E. Ellis, [Planning Meals], n.d.
               "Family Food Fare" by Elizabeth E. Ellis, [Thanksgiving], n.d.
               "Family Food Fare" by Elizabeth E. Ellis, [Turkey], n.d.
               "Food Fillers, n.d."
               "The Granite Homemaker," by Ann F. Beggs, n.d.
               "The Granite Homemaker" [Beef], n.d.
               "The Granite State Gardner," by J. R. Hepler, n.d.
     07     Farm Service News, New Jersey Department of Agriculture
               1943 Mar, Vol. XVII, No. 5
               1943 May, Vol. XVII, No. 6 [incomplete]
               1943 Sep, Vol. XVII, No. 2
               1943 Nov, Vol. XVIII, No. 3
               1944 Nov, Vol. XIX, No. 3  [incomplete]
               1952 Sep, Vol. XXVII, No. 2, 2 copies
     08     Features for Food Shoppers, New York State Colleges of
               Agriculture and Home Economics at Cornell University
               Extension Service Food Marketing Program 
               * This newsletter is in conjunction with Focus on the Food
                 Markets Newsletter
               1951 Nov 19, "Check Local Markets Before Releasing" - Fruit Cake
               1952 Jun 16, [Picnic, Canned Meat]
               1952 Oct 27, [Cheese]
               1953 Sep 14, "Spicy Living"
               1953 Oct 26, [Dried Fruit]
               1953 Nov 02, [Turkey]
               1953 Dec 28, [Eggs]
               1955 Oct 24, [Fresh Apples]
               1955 Dec 26, [Eggs]
               1956 Mar 12, [Passover]
               1956 Mar 26, [Food Mixes]
               1956 Jun 18, [Food Tricks]
               1957 Nov 01, [Lamb]
               1957 Nov 22, [Pork]
               1957 Dec 20, [Cheese]
               1958 Jan 24, [Cake]
               1958 Jan 31, [Poultry, Goose]
               1958 Mar 07, [Preservation of Meats]
               1958 Apr 07, "Pineapple"
               1958 Jun 02, "Fruit Drinks"
               1958 Jun 23, "Berries In Brief"
               1958 Aug 25, "Apple Variety"
               1958 Sep 08, "Two cabbage Sprouts"
               1958 Sep 29, "The Changing Cereals"
     09        1959 Jan 19, "Shop-Talk On Soup"
               1959 Feb 23, "Canned And Frozen Fruit Supplies"
               1959 Mar 02, "Canned And Frozen Vegetable Supplies"
               1959 Mar 16, "Economies With The Easter Ham"
               1959 Apr 06, "Foods Featured For Passover"
               1959 Jul 06, "Turkey Is An Exceptional Buy"
               1959 Sep 14, "Select And Serve Quality Spinach"
               1960 Jan 04, "Beef"
               1960 Apr 25, "Frozen Prepared Foods Grow In Popularity"
               1960 May 02, "The Over 60 Food Shopper"
               1960 Jul 11, "Reasons For Buying Tomatoes In Season"
               1960 Jul 25, "August Is Peach Month"
               1960 Sep 26, "Apples For Everybody"
               1960 Oct 10, "Wild Waterfowl" 
               1960 Dec 19, "American Cheddar Cheese"
               1961 Jan 02, "Economize With Variety Meats"
               1961 Jan 16, "Some Possibilities In Purchasing Soup"
               1961 Jan 23, "Employed Homemakers And Family Food Buying"
               1961 Mar 20, "Breakfast Cereals"
               1961 Jun 12, "Local Lettuce Timed For Summer Salads"
               1961 Jul 24, "Tomato Time"
               1962 Apr 02, "Plan Ahead For Passover"
               1962 Jun 11, "Hamburgers Suit Summer Cookouts"
               1962 Nov 05, "Cranberries"
               1962 Nov 12, "New Ways To Buy Turkey"
               1962 Dec 31, "Freeze-Dried Foods Have Bright Future"
     10        1963 Jan 07, "Food Labels Are A Clue To Economy"
               1963 Jan 21, "Americans' Use Of Fats And Oils"
               1963 Feb 11, "Cheese, Increasingly Popular With Americans"
               1963 Mar 04, "Eggs Produced For You"
               1963 Apr 08, "Fresh Pineapple Offers Economy In Spring"
               1963 Apr 29, "Broilers For Summer"
               1963 May 20, "Fluid Milk Trends"
               1963 Jul 01, "Tomatoes And Tomato Products At Reasonable Prices"
               1963 Jul 15, "Unusual Peach Crop"
               1963 Nov 04, "Dried Fruits"
               1964 Apr 06, "Varieties Of Ground Meat Available"
               1965 Jan 25, "Canned And Frozen Fruits And Juices"
               1965 Mar 29, "Serve Ribs Of Beef For Easter"
               1965 Apr 12, "Maple Sirup Time"
     11     Filbert Flashes. Oregon Filbert Commission, Portland, Oregon
               Vol. 2, No. 2, "Oregon Filberts Ready For Holidays"
               Vol. 4, No. 1, "Flavorful Filberts Ready For Market"
               Vol. 5, No. 1, "Quality Filberts Are On The Market" 
     12     Fishery Market News, Washington, D. C.
               1942 Nov, Vol. 4, No. 11, "Food Production In Farm Fish
                 Ponds" by M. C. James, Chief Division of Fish Culture, U. S. 
                 Fish and Wildlife Service
     13     Focus on the Food Markets, New York State Cooperative Extension Service
               1951 Aug 13, "Broiler Buildup"
               1951 Aug 27, "Good-Buy Barbecue"
               1951 Sep 03, "Jewels Of The Orient"
               1951 Nov 19, "Dried Fruits; Nuts"
               1952 Jun 16, "Canned Meat" 
               1952 Jul 14, "Fish; Summer Squash"
               1952 Oct 27, "Cheese"
     14        1953 Sep 14, "Spicy Living"
               1953 Oct 26, "Nutcracker Sweets"
               1953 Nov 02, "Turkey Time"
               1953 Dec 28, "Eggs - Something To Cackle About"
               1954 Jun 14, "From Cow To Cone"
               1954 Jun 28, "Cold Meats Make Summer Treats"
               1954 Jul 12, "July Festival Of Fruits"
               1954 Aug 02, "The Peach Peak Is In August"
               1954 Oct 04, "Cabbage - Head Of The Family"
               1954 Nov 15, "Is Today's Mix Market For You?"
     15        1955 Apr 11, "The Bread Basket"
               1955 Apr 25, "Asparagus 'Covers The Market'"
               1955 May 23, "Juicy Jewels, Those Strawberries"
               1955 Jul 11, "Summer Squash"
               1955 Jul 18, "It's Real 'Cool' - Corn"
               1955 Jul 25, "The Scarlet Pride Of The Garden"
     16        1955 Aug 01, "Praise The Peaches"
               1955 Aug 08, "Ready For A Pick-Up-Celery"
               1955 Oct 03, "Golden Harvest"
               1955 Oct 10, "Cabbage, Kith And Kin"
               1955 Oct 24, "Apple Line-Up"
               1955 Oct 31, "Eats On Parade"
               1955 Nov 14, "Dried Fruits And Nuts - Honey?!"
               1955 Dec 26, "Main Dish Eggs Make News"
     17        1956 Jan 23, "The Cradle Crowd Likes Processed Foods"
               1956 Mar 12, "Prelude To Passover Plans"
               1956 Mar 26, "Mix Magic"
               1956 Apr 23, "Don't Spare Asparagus"
               1956 May 07, "Rah For Rhubarb!"
               1956 May 14, "Lettuce Be Friends"
               1956 May 28, "Strawberry Stride"
     18        1956 Jun 18, "Menus For The Glorious Fourth"
               1956 Jul 02, "July Fruits For Summer Pies"
               1956 Jul 09, "Nature's Sweetness...Corn"
               1956 Aug 20, "Onions Need Not Bring Tears"
               1956 Sep 10, "Apple Picking Time"
               1956 Oct 01, "Two Favorites Of The Cabbage Family"
               1956 Nov 05, "Thanksgiving Is Turkey Time"
               1956 Nov 19, "Winter's Feast Of Dried Fruit"
               1956 Nov 26, "Our Daily Bread"     
     19        1957 Jan 07, "Soups - From The Kitchen, From The Supermarket"
               1957 Feb 04, "Cheese - Italian Style"
               1957 May 03, "Rhubarb Is Ready"
               1957 May 17, "June - Milk And Cottage Cheese"
               1957 May 24, "Strawberries - A Flash-Season Fruit"
               1957 May 31, "Ice Cream Season"
               1957 Oct 25, "New Mushroom Crop Coming"
               1957 Nov 01, "The Price of Lamb"
               1957 Nov 15, "Two Dried Fruits Lead"
               1957 Nov 22, "The Pitch On Pork"
               1957 Dec 13, "In A Nutshell"
               1957 Dec 20, "Choose Cheese"
     20        1958 Jan 03, "Eggs - Exactly Right"
               1958 Jan 24, "Cake-To Buy Or To Bake"
               1958 Jan 31, "The Poultry Line Grows"
               1958 Feb 28, "Oils And Dressings For Salads"
               1958 Mar 07, "Meat To Heat And Eat"
               1958 Mar 14, "Passover Preparations"
               1958 Mar 21, "Ham For Easter"
               1958 Mar 31, "Tips On Asparagus"
     21        1958 Apr 07, "The Tropical Pineapple"
               1958 Apr 14, "Spring Greens"
               1958 Apr 21, "Strawberry Short Take"
               1958 May 19, "Broilers...To Prepare In Many Ways"
               1958 Jun 02, "Fruit Drinks"
               1958 Jun 23, "Berries In Brief"
               1958 Jul 21, "What's New In Ice Cream"
               1958 Jul 28, "Peach Numbers Up-Peach Prices Down"
     22        1958 Aug 11, "Make The Most Of Ground Beef"
               1958 Aug 25, "Apple Variety"
               1958 Sep 08, "Two Cabbage Sprouts"
               1958 Sep 29, "The Changing Cereals"
               1958 Oct 27, "Venison"
               1958 Nov 10, "Three Nuts Equal A Half"
               1958 Nov 24, "Winter Greens"
               1958 Dec 15, "Christmas Meals"
     23        1959 Jan 12, "The Meat Bill"
               1959 Jan 19, "Shop For Soup Wisely"
               1959 Jan 26, "Give Potatoes Priority"
               1959 Feb 23, "Canned And Frozen Fruit Supplies"
               1959 Mar 02, "Canned And Frozen Fruit Supplies"
               1959 Mar 16, "Economies With The Easter Ham"
               1959 Mar 30, "Buying Tips For Bananas And Coconuts" [incomplete]
               1959 Apr 06, "Prelude To Passover"
               1959 May 04, "The Selection Of Dressings For Salad"
               1959 May 18, "Portable Food For Picnics"
               1959 Jun 29, "Try Various Types Of Lettuce"
     24        1959 Jul 06, "Turkey Is An Exceptional Buy"
               1959 Jul 13, "Shop For Tomatoes Now"
               1959 Jul 20, "Quality In Fresh Sweet Corn"
               1959 Jul 27, "Serve And Preserve Peaches"
               1959 Aug 03, "Season For Shrimp"
               1959 Sep 14, "Select And Serve Quality Spinach"
               1959 Oct 12, "Small Game"
               1959 Oct 19, "Stewing Chicken For Variety And Economy"
               1959 Oct 26, "Mushrooms-An Agricultural Paradox"
               1959 Dec 28, "Mid-Winter Egg Supplies"
     25        1960 Jan 04, "Cuts And Costs Of Beef"
               1960 Jan 11, "Dry Beans Are Easy On The Budget"
               1960 Feb 15, "Potato Products Present Variety"
               1960 Feb 22, "Choose Cottage Cheese For Meatless Meals"
               1960 Mar 14, "Onions Are Popular And Plentiful"
               1960 Mar 28, "Prepare For Passover Meals With Ease"
               1960 Apr 18, "Asparagus, Vegetable Aristocrat"
               1960 Apr 25, "Frozen Prepared Foods Grow In Popularity"
     26        1960 May 02, "The Over 60 Food Shopper"
               1960 May 30, "Berries And Cherries For Quick Use"
               1960 Jun 13, "Ice Cream Quality"
               1960 Jun 20, "Ground Beef For The Fourth"
               1960 Jun 27, "Lettuce For Midsummer"
               1960 Jul 04, "Six Vegetables For Summer Salads"
               1960 Jul 11, "Fresh Tomatoes Now At Full Season"
               1960 Jul 18, "Speed Fresh Sweet Corn To The Table"
               1960 Jul 25, "Big Peach Crop Forecast"
     27        1960 Aug 01, "Meat Tips For The Outdoor Chef"
               1960 Aug 08, "Lemons And Limes In Season"
               1960 Aug 22, "Lamb For Labor Day"
               1960 Aug 29, "Three Colorful Fall Fruits"
               1960 Sep 12, "Fresh Potatoes The Easy Way"
               1960 Sep 26, "Apples For Everybody"
               1960 Oct 10, "Game And Good Eating"
               1960 Oct 31, "Grades And Quality Of Beef"
               1960 Nov 14, "Time For Turkey And Cranberries"
               1960 Dec 05, "Broilers For The Holidays"
               1960 Dec 12, "Nuts Enhance Holiday Fare"
               1960 Dec 19, "Choice Among Cheeses"
            
186  01        1961 Jan 02, "Give Variety Meats A Try"
               1961 Jan 16, "Possibilities In Purchasing Soup"
               1961 Jan 23, "Employed Homemakers And Family Food Buying"
               1961 Mar 20, "Plenty Of Cereals"
               1961 May 15, "Broilers For Memorial Day"
               1961 Jun 05, "Cream And Cream Substitutes"
               1961 Jun 12, "Local Lettuce Timed For Summer Salads"
     02        1961 Jul 17, "Bargain Time For Peaches"
               1961 Jul 24, "Tomato Time"
               1961 Jul 31, "Sweet Corn Pickings Peak In Late Summer"
               1961 Aug 14, "Three Melons"
               1961 Aug 21, "Protect Your Frozen Food Investment"
               1961 Aug 28, "More Beef Than Ever Before"
               1961 Sep 25, "Ways With Uncommon Cabbage"
               1961 Oct 09, "Choose Shellfish As A Economical Luxury"
               1961 Oct 16, "Three Reasons For Using Potatoes"
               1961 Oct 23, "Onions For Today's Cooks"
               1961 Nov 06, "Fall Pork Supplies"
               1961 Nov 20, "The Mix Market Today"
               1961 Dec 25, "It's The Season For Citrus Fruits"
     03        1962 Mar 05, "Controlled Atmosphere Apples"
               1962 Mar 12, "Basic Of Buying Beef"
               1962 Apr 02, "Plan Ahead For Passover"
               1962 Apr 16, "Frozen Prepared Foods-A Rapid Riser"
               1962 May 14, "Broilers For Summer Meals"
               1962 May 21, "New Dairy Products For New York Consumers"
               1962 Jun 11, "Ground Beef For Summer Cookouts"
               1962 Jul 09, "Arrival Of Field-Grown Tomatoes Noted"
     04        1962 Aug 06, "Many Meat Choices For Outdoor Cooking"
               1962 Aug 20, "Choose Melons Now"
               1962 Sep 03, "The Season For Fall Fruits"
               1962 Sep 17, "Take Your Pick Of Pickles"
               1962 Sep 24, "Potatoes In Many Forms"
               1962 Oct 01, "The Broccoli And Cauliflower Season Begins"
               1962 Oct 08, "Understanding The High Cost Of Veal"
               1962 Oct 15, "Keys To Eggs Economy"
               1962 Nov 05, "Cranberries, Old And New"
               1962 Nov 12, "Many Ways To Buy Turkey"
               1962 Dec 24, "Post-Freeze Prospects For Citrus"
               1962 Dec 31, "Freeze-Dried Foods Have Bright Future"
     05        1963 Jan 07, "Food Labels Are A Clue To Economy"
               1963 Jan 14, "Meat For Your Freezer"
               1963 Jan 21, "The Paradox Of Fats And Oils"
               1963 Jan 28, "Variety Meats Add Interest To Meals"
               1963 Feb 11, "Cheese, Increasingly Popular With Americans"
               1963 Mar 04, "Eggs Produced For You"
               1963 Mar 25, "Gefilte Fish-A Passover Tradition"
     06        1963 Apr 01, "Easter Ham"
               1963 Apr 08, "Welcome Spring With Pineapple And Rhubarb"
               1963 Apr 22, "Macaroni Products Stretch The Food Dollar"
               1963 Apr 29, "Broilers For Summer"
               1963 May 20, "Fluid Milk Trends"
               1963 May 27, "Berries In Brief"
               1963 Jun 03, "Lettuce And Some Other Salad Vegetables"
               1963 Jun 17, "Beef For The Summer"
     07        1963 Jul 01, "Fresh Tomatoes And Tomato Products Enjoy Popularity"
               1963 Jul 08, "New Yorkers Get More And Better Sweet Corn"
               1963 Jul 15, "Fresh Peaches In Season"
               1963 Jul 22, "Variety Meat Prices Particularly Favorable"
               1963 Aug 12, "Summer Melon Time"
               1963 Nov 04, "Dried Fruits And Nuts"
     08        1964 Jan 13, "Radiation Food Processing - A Progress Report"
               1964 Jan 20, "Shopping For Sauerkraut"
               1964 Mar 30, "Shopping For Crackers"
               1964 Apr 06, "Varieties Of Ground Meat Available"
               1964 Apr 20, "Flounder-Leading Food Fish"
               1964 Apr 27, "Major May Greens"
               1964 Nov 23, "Dry Bean Variety"
     09        1965 Jan 05, "Some New Food Processing Methods-Present And Future"
               1965 Jan 25, "Canned And Frozen Fruits And Juices"
               1965 Mar 29, "Serve Ribs Of Beef For Easter"
               1965 Apr 12, "Maple Sirup Time"
               1965 May 24, "New York State Laws Cover Milk And Dairy Products"
               1965 Jul 26, "Plenty Of Peaches"
               1965 Aug 09, "Sweet Corn Fresh"
               1965 Sep 20, "Shop The Cabbage Clan"
     10        1966 May 16, "Increased Demand For Broilers"
               1966 Jul 11, "Many Forms Of Snap Beans"
               1966 Sep 26, "More Apples In The Next 10 Years"
               1966 Oct 03, "Fresh Apples Season Is Here," 2 copies
               1967 Jan 23, "From The Water In Short Order - Canned Tuna
                 And Salmon"
     11     Food and Home Fair, United States Department of Agriculture
               1964 Apr
     12     Food and Home Notes, United States Department of Agriculture,
               Washington, D. C.
               1962 Jun 13, "Hawaiian Dip"
               1962 Oct 10, "Grape-Cranberry Jam"
               1963 Oct 23, "Freezing Nuts"
               1964 Apr, "Mow More Often"
               1964 Jun, "Beef Supplement"
               1964 Aug 12, "Sweet Gherkins"
               1964 Oct 21, "Cooking Wild Ducks and Geese"  
               1965 Dec 15, "How To Cut Costs Of Family Clothing"
               1965 Dec 22, "Senior Citizen's Pet Cooking Peeve" [incomplete]
     13        1966 Mar 22, "Better Leather"
               1966 Mar, Supplement
               1966 Apr 06, "Mechanical Sorter"
               1966 May 04, "Raisins A Modern Food"
               1966 Jul 20, "How To Buy Watermelon"
               1966 Dec 21, "Apple Salad"    
     14     Food & Nutrition Ideas, National Peanut Council, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia
               1944 Apr-May, Bulletin # 19, "Peanut Butter In Abundant Supply"
     15     Food & Nutrition News, National Live Stock and Meat Board,
               Chicago, Illinois
               1940 Mar, Vol. X, No. 7, "Beef and Beef Cookery," 2 copies
               1945 Mar, Vol. 16, No. 6, "Purchasing Meat For Quantity Food Service"
               1945 Nov, Vol. 17, No. 2, "Reviewing Modern Meat Cooking Methods"
               1947 Nov, Vol. 19, No. 2, "Meat In The Diet Of Young Infants"
     16     Food Casts
               1933 Oct 15
     17     Food Facts, Wheat Flour Institute, Chicago, Illinois
               1936 Jan, Vol. 5, No. 1, "Appetite Appeal and Digestion," by
                 William H. Happ, M. D.
               1936 Aug-Sep, Vol. 5, No. 7, "Southern Breads," by Lee Kreiselman
               1936 Nov, Vol. 5, No. 9, "Benjamin Franklin," by Lee
                 Krieselman [incomplete]
               1936 Dec, Vol. 5, No. 10, "Diet and Tuberculosis," by J. A.
                 Myers, Ph.D, M. D.
               1937 Jan, Vol. 6, No. 1, "Three A Day at the Lazy PE," by L.
                 Stevens Hatfield
               1937 Apr, Vol. 6, No. 4, "Eating in Peking," by Dorothea
                 Culkin Smothers [incomplete]
               1937 Aug-Sep, Vol. 6, No. 7, "Early Egyptian Bread" [incomplete]
               1937 Oct, Vol. 6, No. 8, "Odyssey of Bread," by Ace Williams
               1938 Mar, Vol. 7, No. 3, "Modern Eskimo Diet," by William H. Albee
               1938 May, Vol. 7, No. 5, "The Proteins in Bread," by James
                 A. Tobey, Dr. P. H. [incomplete]
               1938 Oct, Vol. 8, No. 1, "Bread In The Game Of Health," by
                 Lulu G. Graves
               1939 Dec, Vol. 8, No. 6, "What Is A Sensible Attitude Toward
                 Food?" by E. V. McCollum, Ph.D, Sc.D.
               1940 May, Vol. 9, No. 5, "Dining Aloft," by Ken Frogley,
                 American Airlines, Inc.
               1940 Dec, Vol. 10, No. 3, "Ready For An Emergency," by W.
                 Floyd Keepers
               1941 Jan, Vol. 10, No. 4, "What Hungry Men Eat," by John F. Coggswell
               1941 Feb, Vol. 10, No. 5, "Lincoln's Mill Restored," by
                 Chas. P. Casey
               1941 Mar, Vol. 10, No. 6, "Enriched Flour Makes Its Bow," by
                 W. Floyd Keepers
               1942 Feb, Vol. 11, No. 5, "Flour Takes on New Importance,"
                 by Clara G. Snyder
     18     Food Feature News, Olney & Carpenter, Inc., Rochester, New York
               "Party Season 'Kick-Off,'" n.d.
     19     Food Features, Dudley-Anderson-Yutzy Company, New York
               "All About Yogurt," n.d.
               "Party Your 'Little Bunnies' With Cookies In Bunny-Sacks," n.d.
               "To Say And Serve Swiss 'Pizza' Just Make Easy Gruyere 'Swizza,'" n.d.
     20     Food for Beer, J. Walter Thompson Company, New York
               "Pancake Day - A Pre-Lenten Celebration," n.d.
     21     Food Hints, Ebony's Date With A Dish Test Kitchen, Chicago, Illinois
               1951 Nov, Thanksgiving Dinner
               1952 Apr, Easter    
     22     Food Marketing Bulletin, Cooperative Extension Work in
               Agriculture and Home Economics, State of New York
               1949 Jan 21, [Potatoes; Cold Storage Holdings]
               1949 Mar 10, [Green and Leafy Vegetables; Kale]
               1949 May 05, [Strawberries; Cost of Living]
               1949 Jun 02, [Strawberries; Milk]
               1949 Jun 23, [Fats and Oils; Fruit - incomplete]
               1949 Jun 30, [Currants; Cherries; Fresh Produce]
               1949 Jul 21, [Snap Beans; Fresh Produce]
               1949 Aug 04, [Sweet Corn; Fresh Produce]
               1949 Aug 11, [Tomatoes; Fresh Produce]
               1949 Oct 24, [Apples]
               1949 Dec 12, [Christmas Dinner, Vegetables, Poultry]
     23        1950 May 01, [Group VII Foods - Butter and Margarine]
               1950 May 08, [Rhubarb, Honey]
               1950 May 15, [Asparagus]
               1950 Jun 05, [Strawberries; Seasons for Nearby Produce]
               1950 Jul 03, [Currants; Fresh Produce; Outlook for Fruit]
               1950 Jul 17, [Sweet Corn, Chicken, Summer Squash]
               1950 Oct 09, [Carrots; Peppers; Brussel Sprouts]
               1951 Apr 02, [Carrots; Parsnips: Plentiful Foods]
               1951 Apr 09, [Passover; Cheese]
               1951 May 07, [Rhubarb; Spinach]
               1951 May 14, [Asparagus; Sugar]
     24        1946 Oct 25, "U. S. Way Down On Milk Drinking List In
                 Comparison With Other Countries"
     25     Food News, Home Economics Department of The Best Foods, Inc., New York
               1936 May 29, Stark, Elsie, "Here's A Simple Picnic Menu For
                 First Outing Of Season"
               1936 Jul 03, Stark, Elsie, "Here's A Pyramid Salad That's As
                 Modern As Pyramids Are Ancient"
     26     Food News, National Red Cherry Institute, Deerfield, Illinois
               "Hawaiian Miss Takes Top Honors In 1963 National Tart Red
                 Cherry Recipe Contest," n.d.
     27     Food News and Views, Martha Logan, Swift & Company, Chicago, Illinois
               1946 Aug-Sep, Bulletin No. 30, "Frozen Meat Cookery in the Home"
               1947 Mar, Bulletin No. 36, "Cheese Is Back for Lenten Menus" - 2 copies
               1947 Apr, Bulletin No. 37, "Easter Ham"
               1947 May, Bulletin No. 38, "May Entertaining"
               1947 Jun-Jul, Bulletin No. 39, "The Need for Graduate Study
                 for Home Economists"     
               1947 Aug-Sep, Bulletin No. 40, "Branded Meat Is Back"
               1947 Oct, Bulletin No. 41, "Tenderness and Aging of Beef"
               1947 Nov, Bulletin No. 42, "Cake Shortenings"
               1947 Dec, Bulletin No. 43, [Holiday]
     28        1948 Mar, Bulletin No. 46, "Carving Tips from One Who Knows"
               1948 Apr, Bulletin No. 47, "Creative Cookery" - 2 copies
               1948 May, Bulletin No. 48, "For Zestful Eating" - 2 copies
               1948 Aug-Sep, Bulletin No. 50, "Opportunity for Good
                 Nutrition to Expand the Life Span of Man" [incomplete]
               1948 Nov, Bulletin No. 52, "Stuffings, Dressings, Force Meat"
               1948 Dec, Bulletin No. 53, "Holiday Greetings"         
               1949 Apr, Bulletin No. 57, "Swedish Buffet" [incomplete]
               1949 Jun-Jul, Bulletin No. 59, "Summer Broiler Meal"
               1949 Aug-Sep, Bulletin No. 60, "Back-to-school Special"
               1949 Oct, Bulletin No. 61, "Fall Dinner Fashions Feature
                 Sausage 'n' Corn Bread"
               1949 Nov, Bulletin No. 62, "Baklava" [incomplete]
               1949 Dec, Bulletin No. 63, "Holiday Greetings"
     29        1950 Jan, Bulletin No. 64, "Spareribs, Chinese Style"
               1950 Feb, Bulletin No. 65, "Tereyaki" [incomplete]
               1950 Apr, Bulletin No. 67, "Chicken with a French Accent" [incomplete]
               1950 May, Bulletin No. 68, "Chicken Luau" [incomplete]
               1950 Jun-Jul, Bulletin No. 69, [Mixes]
               1950 Aug-Sep, Bulletin No. 70, "Lamb Steaks with Minted Dressing"
               1950 Oct, Bulletin No. 71, "Curried Sausage Shortcake" [incomplete]
               1950 Nov, Bulletin No. 72, "Thanksgiving Dessert Cheese Tray"
               1950 Dec, Bulletin No. 73, "Holiday Greetings"
     30        1951 Jan, Bulletin No. 74, "Oxtail Supper Soup"
               1951 Feb, Bulletin No. 75, [Pork]
               1951 Apr, Bulletin No. 77, "Lamb Rosettes Spark Spring Meals"
               1951 Jun-Jul, Bulletin No. 79, "Ham for Party Fare"
               1951 Aug-Sep, Bulletin No. 80, "Good Sense in Using the Home Freezer"
               1951 Dec, Bulletin No. 83, "Merry Christmas"
               1952 Jan, Bulletin No. 84, "Picture-pretty Pot Roast Platter"
               1952 Mar, Bulletin No. 86, "Round the Campfire Platter"
               1952 Apr, Bulletin No. 87, "Easter Feasting with Festive Ham"
               1952 May, Bulletin No. 88, "Fried Chicken Makes Ideal Party Fare"
               1952 Jun-Jul, Bulletin No. 89, "Bake Canned Ham for Buffet Party"
     31        1953 Apr, Bulletin No. 97, "Rolled Lamb Roast Solves Menu
                 Problems" [incomplete]
               1953 Jun-Jul, Bulletin No. 99, "Gala Wedding Cake Is
                 Important to Occasion"
               [1953] Aug-Sep, Bulletin No. 100, "Modern Homemakers Serve
                 Informal Meals"
               [1953] Oct, Bulletin No. 101, "Serve-Yourself Dinner"
               [1953] Nov, Bulletin No. 102, "November Is Time for Turkey Talk"
               1954 Mar, Bulletin No. 106, "Welcome Spring with Rhubarb Pies"
               1954 Apr, "Easter Foods Are in Fashion"
               1954 Oct, Bulletin No. 111, "Serve Hot Appetizers for Fall Entertaining"
               1954 Nov, Bulletin No. 112, "Holiday Duckling with Orange Sauce"
               1955 May, Bulletin No. 118, "Fill Pastry May Baskets with
                 Creamed Ham"
               1955 Aug-Sep, Bulletin No. 120, "Kabobs Challenge Hamburger"
               1955 Dec, Bulletin No. 123, "Merry Christmas"
               1956 Jan, Bulletin No. 124, "Families Praise Pot Roast"
               1956 Mar, Bulletin No. 126, "Daffy-dillies Complement Ham"
               1956 Apr, Bulletin No. 127, "Serve Build-Your-Own-Burgers"
               1956 May, Bulletin No. 128, "A Nosegay Appetizer Service"
               1956 Jun-Jul, Bulletin No. 129, "Jellied Canned Ham for a Party"
               1956 Aug-Sep, Bulletin No. 131, "Let's Have a Circus" [incomplete]
     32        1957 Feb, Bulletin No. 135, "A Valentine Party"
               1957 Mar, Bulletin No. 136, "English Woodchuck Is Lenten Fare" 
               1957 Apr, Bulletin No. 137, "The Easter Ham"
               1957 Aug-Sep, Bulletin No. 140, "Lamb Chops Broiled with Tomatoes"
               1957 Dec, Bulletin No. 143, "Merry Christmas"
               1958 Jan, Bulletin No. 144, "The Hostess Prepares A Pot Roast"
               1958 Feb, Bulletin No. 145, "Browned Fried Chicken For
                 Valentine Bruncheon" - 2 copies
               1958 Mar, Bulletin No. 146, "Baked Ham With A Special Fresh
                 Pineapple Sauce"
               1958 Apr, Bulletin No. 147, "Regal Roast Lamb With Jewel Garnish"
               1958 Aug-Sep, Bulletin No. 150, "Elegant Breakfast,
                 Nutritious, Too!" - 2 copies
               1958 Oct-Nov, Bulletin No. 151, "The Famous American Feast"
               1958 Dec, Bulletin No. 152, "Gay Gifts of Food say - Merry Christmas"
     33        1959 Jan, Bulletin No. 153, "City Chicken, 1959 Mode"
               1959 Feb, Bulletin No. 154, "Sparkling Red Cherry Pie" [incomplete]
               1959 Mar, Bulletin No. 155, "Lamb Is For Easter"
               1959 Apr, Bulletin No. 156, "Popular Bridal Party Meat"
               1959 May-Jul, Bulletin No. 157, "Hobo Sandwiches"
               1959 Nov, Bulletin No. 159, "Turkey Double Talk"
               1960 Mar, Bulletin No. 163, "Easter Ham And Bunny Hop"
               1960 May, Bulletin No. 165, "Beau Catcher Fried Chicken"
               1960 Nov, Bulletin No. 169, "The Holiday Turkey With Apple Chutney"
     34        1961 Mar, Bulletin No. 173, "Pretty Fancy Ham"
               1961 Aug-Sep, Bulletin No. 176, "Bacon Sandwich Supper"
               [1961] Special Edition No. 177, "The Manhattan Oven Roast
                 And Broil Steaks"
               1962 Mar, Bulletin No. 182, "Ham Melba For Easter"
               1962 Apr, Bulletin No. 183, "Roast Lamb With Risotto"
               1962 May, Jun, Jul, Bulletin No. 184, "A Special Summer
                 Buffet" - incomplete
               1962 Oct, Bulletin No. 186, "Pork Sausage And Potato Casserole"
               1962 Nov, Bulletin No. 187, "Plan On Plenty Of Turkey"
               1963 Feb, Bulletin No. 190, "Fresh Pork Roast A La Peaches Alaska"
               1963 Mar, Bulletin No. 191, "Have A Hankering For Ham?"
               1963 May, Bulletin No. 193, "Fried Chicken Pick-Up"
               1963 Nov, Bulletin No. 198, "Roast Turkey With Mandarin
                 Orange Tarts"
     35        1964 Dec, Bulletin No. 209, "Merry Christmas"
               1966 Mar, Bulletin No. 221, "Hostess Ham With Spiced Yams In
                 Pecan Cups"
               1966 May, Bulletin No. 223, "Corned Beef on a Spit"
               1966 Jun, Jul, Aug, Bulletin No. 224, "Danish Salad And
                 Cheese Platter"
               1966 Oct, Bulletin No. 226, "Frank Fling" - 2 copies
               1966 Nov, Bulletin No. 227, "Chateaubriand Flambe" - 2 copies
     36        [Bacon], n.d. 
               [Christmas], n.d.
               [Christmas Butter Cookies], n.d.
               [Christmas Butter Cookies For Holiday Giving], n.d.
               [Cookies], n.d.
               [Ham], n.d.
               "Kinds Of Ham Available," n.d.
               [Martha Logan Suggests], n.d.
               [Midnight Snack], n.d.
               [Pancakes], n.d.
               "Serve A Corned Beef Sandwich For He-Men," n.d.
               "All About Butterball Turkey Already Stuffed Or Ready-To-Stuff," n.d.

187  01     Food News Bulletin, Better Homes & Garden News Bureau, Des
               Moines, Iowa
               "Festive Holiday Treats," n.d.
               "Tips For Merry Mincemeat Treats," n.d.
     02     Food News from Apple Land, J. Walter Thompson Company, San
               Francisco, California
               D-722, [Dessert], n.d.
               D-724, [Dessert], n.d.
               SP-267, [Apple Shorts], n.d.
               SP-269, [Apple Shorts], n.d.
     03     Food News from Dorothy Ames Carter, New York
               "Molasses Flavor Favored By Washington and Lincoln," n.d.
     04     Food News from Hunt/Wesson, Hunt Foods and Industries, Inc.,
               Fullerton, California
               "Sausage-Stuffed Squash," n.d.
     05     Food News from Mary Alden's Test Kitchen, The Quaker Oats
               Company, Chicago, Illinois
               1949 Sep 26, "Fifty Years To Make A Cake"
               "Christmas Steamed Pudding," n.d.
               "Cinnamon Swirl Coffee Braid," n.d.
               "Cookie Jar Full At Your House?," n.d.
               "Cooky Snow Men,"n.d.
               "Easter Bonnet Table Favors," n.d.
               "Extra Quick Tips," n.d.
               "Eye-Appealing Dish For Autumn," n.d.
               "For Outstanding Company Food - Chinese Pancake Roll-Ups," n.d.
               "Fancy Foursome," n.d.
               "Frosted Chocolate Drops," n.d.
               "The Pancake Day Story," n.d.
               "Pancake Rarebit," n.d.
               "Peanut Butter Round-Ups," n.d.
               "Shrove Tuesday   A Day For Celebrating," n.d.
               "Sno-Capped Chocolate Pancakes," n.d.
               "A Stew That Warms The Heart," n.d.
               "To The Defense Of Hominy Grits," n.d.
     06     Food News from the Pineapple Pantry, Prepared for Pineapple
               Growers Association by J. Walter Thompson Company, New York
               [Crepes Pine-Ette], n.d.
               [Economy Ham Loaf], n.d.
               [Pie], n.d.
               [Pineapple Chiffon Pie], n.d.
               [Pineapple Fillers, Breakfast], n.d.
               [Pineapple Fillers, Popcorn Balls], n.d.
               [Pineapples, Punch and History], n.d.
               [Pudding], n.d.
               [Soda Fountain Suggestions], n.d.
               [Sweet And Pungent Pork], n.d.
               [Ways To Start The Day Right - With Pineapple], n.d.
     07     Food News from Seventeen/Seventeen News, Seventeen Magazine, New York
               "Batter Up," n.d.
               "Dip Your Own Cookies," n.d.
               "Early Morning Shipwreck Party," n.d.
               "French Café At Home," n.d.
               "Give A Hawaiian Hop," n.d.
               "Graduate...Then Celebrate With Canape Cake," n.d.
               "A Heart To Win A Heart," n.d.
     08        "'Just A Bite' A La Francaise," n.d.
               "Kabob Your Lunch," n.d.
               "Light The Yule Log Cake," n.d.
               "Pie-Size Hamburger," n.d.
               "Please Do Eat The Daisies," n.d.
               "Pop Goes The Corn," n.d.
               "Queen Of The Snack Garden," n.d. 
     09        "Round World Via food Store Shelves," n.d.
               "Sauce 'Dresses' Simple Dishes," n.d.
               "Serve A Checkerbread Sandwich Party 'Cake,'" n.d.     
               "Snacks From The Ski Slopes," n.d.
               "Spy A Secret Party," n.d.
               "Visions of Sugarplums," n.d. 
               "When Is Soup A Salad?," n.d.
               Seventeen News - "Beautiful Birthday Party Foods," n.d.
               Seventeen News - "Dutch Treats," n.d.
               Seventeen News - "Frank Talk," n.d.
               Seventeen News - "Herb Bread Wins Grand Prize In Seventeen
                 Recipe Contest," n.d.
               Seventeen News - "International Sandwich Fun," n.d.
     10     Food Servicer, Hansen's Laboratory, New York
               "Holiday Ice Cream Pie"
               "One dessert for the whole family"
               Vol. 2, No. 1, "Timely Foods For Tasty Good Columns," food
                 calendar, February, March, April
               Vol. 8, No. 5, "Autumn Desserts"
               Vol. 9, No. 3, "Ice Cream America's Favorite Dessert"
               Vol. 9, No. 6, "Holiday Candies"
               Vol. 10, No. 5, "For the Merriest of Holidays!"
               Vol. 11, No. 2, "Dessert Economy - Eating Pleasure"
               Vol. 15, No. 3, "Desserts for Summer Party Time" 
     11     Food Supplies and Markets, U. S. Department of Agriculture,
               Production and Marketing Administration Information Branch, New York
               1947 Sep 05, [Grapes, incomplete]
               1947 Sep 12, [Pears, incomplete]
               1947 Sep 19, [Squash, incomplete]
               1948 Jan 30, [Apples, incomplete]
               1948 Feb 27, [Apples, incomplete]
               1948 Mar 12, [Eggs, incomplete]
               1948 Mar 19, [Spinach, incomplete]
               1948 Apr 02, [Sugar, incomplete]
               1948 Apr 16, [Poultry, incomplete]
               1948 Apr 30, [Peaches, incomplete]
     12        1948 May 07, [Dairy, incomplete]
               1948 May 28, [School Lunch, incomplete]
               1948 Jul 09, [Cabbage, incomplete]
               1948 Jul 16, [Marketing Research, incomplete]
               1948 Aug 27, [Fish, incomplete]
               1948 Sep 03, [Grapes, incomplete]
               1948 Sep 10, [School Lunch, incomplete]
               1948 Sep 24, [Grapes, incomplete]
               1948 Nov 12, [Turkey, incomplete]
               1948 Dec 24, [Peanuts, incomplete]   
     13        1949 Jan 07, [Cabbage, incomplete]
               1949 Feb 04, [Onions, incomplete]
               1949 Feb 11, [Cabbage, Citrus, and Vitamin C, incomplete]
               1949 Feb 18, [Eggs, incomplete]
               1949 Mar 04, [Potatoes, incomplete]
               1949 Mar 11, [Eggs, incomplete]
               1949 Apr 01, [Corn, incomplete]
               1949 Apr 15, [Honey, incomplete]
     14        1949 May 06, [Asparagus, incomplete]
               1949 May 27, [Strawberries, incomplete]
               1949 Jun 10, [Corn, incomplete]
               1949 Jun 24, [Lettuce, incomplete]
               1949 Jul 01, [Watermelon, incomplete]
               1949 Jul 08, [Egg Quality, incomplete]
               1949 Jul 29, [Tomatoes, incomplete]
     15        1949 Aug 26, [School Lunch, incomplete]
               1949 Sep 02, [Prunes, incomplete]
               1949 Sep 16, [Root Crops, incomplete]
               1949 Oct 07, [Turkey, incomplete]
               1949 Oct 14, [Grapes, incomplete]
               1949 Oct 21, [Apples, incomplete]
               1949 Nov 10, [Cranberries, incomplete]
     16        1950 Jan 06, [Butter, incomplete]
               1950 May 05, [Eggs, incomplete]
               1950 Mar 10, [Potatoes, incomplete]
               1950 Mar 17, [Apples, incomplete]
               1950 Apr 07, [Sugar, incomplete]
               1950 Apr 14, [Onions, incomplete]
               1950 May 26, [Market Prices, incomplete]
               1950 Jun 16, [Carrots, incomplete]
               1950 Jun 23, [Dairy Foods, incomplete]
               1950 Sep 08, [Sweet Potatoes, incomplete]
               1950 Sep 15, [Sweet Potatoes, incomplete]
               1950 Oct 06, [Leafy Green Vegetables, incomplete]
               1950 Oct 13, [Pumpkins, incomplete]
     17        1951 Apr 02, [Applesauce, incomplete]
               1951 Apr 20, [Cottage Cheese, incomplete]
               1951 May 11, [Oranges, incomplete]
               1951 Jun 15, [Fish, incomplete]
               1951 Aug 10, [Sweet Corn, incomplete]
               1951 Aug 17, [Grapes, incomplete]
               1951 Sep 28, [Fish, incomplete]
               1951 Oct 12, [Turkey, incomplete]
               1951 Nov 09, [Raisins, incomplete]
               1951 Nov 23, [Apple, incomplete]
               1951 Nov 30, [Cheese, incomplete]
     18        1952 Jan 04, [Dates, incomplete]
               1952 May 29, [Strawberries, incomplete]
               1952 Jun 20, [Sweet Corn, incomplete]
               1952 Jul 11, [Peaches, incomplete]
               1952 Sep 08, [Grapes, incomplete]
               1952 Sep 26, [Honey, incomplete]
               1952 Oct 03, [Honey, incomplete]
     19        1953 Feb 20, [Raisins, incomplete]
               1953 Jul 01, [Ice Cream Production, incomplete]
               1953 Jul 03, [Ice Cream, incomplete]
               1953 Jul 31, [Seeds, incomplete]
               1953 Aug 07, [Potatoes, incomplete]
               1953 Aug 14, [Peaches, incomplete]
               1953 Sep 18, [Honey, incomplete]
     20        1954 Jan 08, [Pears, incomplete]
               1954 Jun 11, [Milk]
               1954 Jul 02, [Ice Cream, incomplete]
               1954 Aug 13, [Sandwiches]
               1954 Sep 03, [Pears, incomplete]
               1954 Nov 19, [Squash, incomplete]
     21        1955 Apr 01, [Ham, incomplete]
               1955 Jun 17, [Sour Cream, incomplete]
               1955 Jul 15, [Watermelons, incomplete]
               1955 Aug 05, [Milk]
               1955 Aug 26, [Milk, incomplete]
               1955 Sep 02, [Fruit, incomplete]
               1955 Sep 09, [Grapes]
               1955 Nov 04, [Pears, incomplete]
               1955 Nov 10, [Turkey, incomplete]
               1955 Nov 18, [Potatoes, incomplete]
               1955 Dec 02, [Yams, incomplete]
               1955 Dec 16, [Potatoes, incomplete]
     22        1956 Jan 27, [Grapefruit, incomplete]
               1956 Feb 24, [Cheese, incomplete]
               1956 Jun 15, [Butter, incomplete]
               1956 Aug 17, [Rice, incomplete]
               1956 Aug 24, [Rice, incomplete]
               1956 Aug 31, [Tuna, incomplete]
               1956 Sep 14, [Stew, incomplete]
               1956 Oct 26, [Fish, incomplete]
     23        1957 Feb 15, [Cottage Cheese, incomplete]
               1957 May 03, [Canned Fruits and Vegetables, incomplete]
               1957 May 10, [Barbecue, incomplete]
               1957 May 24, [Dairy Products, incomplete]
               1957 Aug 30, [Milk, incomplete]
               1957 Sep 06, [Jam, incomplete]
               1957 Sep 13, [Fish, incomplete]
               1957 Sep 20, [Cheese, incomplete]
               1957 Oct 03, [Cheese, incomplete]
               1957 Oct 25, [Apples, incomplete]
     24        1958 Jan 10, [Fruits and Vegetables, incomplete]
               1958 Jan 24, [Potatoes, incomplete]
               1958 Feb 21, [Prunes, incomplete]
               1958 Feb 28, [Eggs, incomplete]
               1958 Mar 07, [Corn]
               1958 Mar 14, [Prunes, incomplete]
               1958 Mar 21, [Mushrooms, incomplete]
               1958 Mar 28, [Milk, incomplete]
               1958 Apr 04, [Honey, incomplete]
               1958 Apr 11, [Fruit, incomplete]
     25        1958 May 09, [Corn, incomplete]
               1958 May 23, [Sour Cream, incomplete]
               1958 May 29, [Dairy Products]
               1958 Jun 06, [Lettuce]
               1958 Jun 27, [Ice Cream, incomplete]
               1958 Jul 11, [Watermelons, incomplete]
               1958 Aug 15, [Watermelons, incomplete]
               1958 Aug 29, [Peaches, incomplete]
     26        1958 Sep 05, [Potatoes, incomplete]
               1958 Oct 24, [Honey, incomplete]
               1958 Nov 07, [Apples, incomplete]
               1958 Nov 14, [Turkey]
               1958 Nov 28, [Apples, incomplete]
     27        1959 Jan 23, [Peas, incomplete]
               1959 Feb 06, [Peas, incomplete]
               1959 Feb 27, [Peanut Butter]
               1959 Mar 06, [Eggs, incomplete]
               1959 Mar 13, [Potatoes, incomplete]
               1959 Mar 27, [Honey, incomplete]
     28        1959 Apr 03, [Cabbage, incomplete]
               1959 Apr 24, [Breakfast, incomplete]
               1959 May 01, [Celery, incomplete]
               1959 May 15, [Eggs, incomplete]
               1959 Jul 10, [Eggs, Meringue, incomplete]
               1959 Jul 31, [Plums, incomplete]
     29        1959 Aug 07, [Sweet Corn, incomplete]
               1959 Aug 28, "A Bit Of New England," [incomplete]
               1959 Nov 06, "As The Squirrels Do," [incomplete
               1959 Dec 11, "Feasting With Turkey," [incomplete]
               1959 Dec 18, "Meat Processing In Big Business," [incomplete]
               1959 Dec 31, "As Bright As Sunlight," [incomplete]

188  01        1960 Jan 08, [Raisins, incomplete]
               1960 Feb 19, [Eggs, incomplete]
               1960 Feb 26, [Peanuts, incomplete]
               1960 Mar 11, [Rice and Shrimp, incomplete]
               1960 Apr 29, [Scallops, incomplete]
               1960 May 06, [Salads]
               1960 Jun 10, "The Secret Of Perfection," [incomplete]
               1960 Jun 17, [Cottage Cheese, incomplete]
     02        1960 Jul 01, [Peaches, incomplete]
               1960 Jul 08, "Cool As A Breeze," [incomplete]
               1960 Jul 29, [Peaches, incomplete]
               1960 Aug 05, [Watermelon, incomplete]
               1960 Aug 12, [Squash, incomplete]
               1960 Aug 26, [Melon Crop, incomplete]
               1960 Sep 09, "Then And Now," [incomplete]
               1960 Oct 07, [Potatoes]
     03        1961 Jan 06, "Potatoes On The Menu," [incomplete]
               1961 Jan 20, [Cranberries, incomplete]
               1961 Jan 27, [Rice]
               1961 Apr 07, [Peanuts, incomplete]
               1961 Apr 28, [Potatoes, incomplete]
               1961 May 05, [Turkey, incomplete]
               1961 Jun 23, [Peaches]
               1961 Jun 30, [Tomatoes, incomplete]
     04        1961 Jul 14, "Tempting Sandwiches," [incomplete]
               1961 Jul 21, [Peaches, incomplete]
               1961 Aug 04, [Plums, incomplete]
               1961 Oct 06, [Rice]
               1961 Oct 13, "Peanut Butter Salad Dressings," [incomplete]
               1961 Oct 27, "Spoon Bread," [incomplete]
               1961 Nov 24, [Pork, incomplete]
               1961 Dec 29, [Potatoes, incomplete]
     05        1962 Jan 04, [Cherries, incomplete]
               1962 Feb 02, [Cherries]
               1962 Mar 16, "An Easter Egg Party," [incomplete]
               1962 Mar 23, [Milk, incomplete]
               1962 Apr 06, [Commodities, incomplete]
               1962 Apr 13, [Eggs, incomplete]
     06        1962 May 11, [Dairy Products]
               1962 May 18, "For June's Pleasure," [incomplete]
               1962 Jul 27, "Lemons And Limes," [incomplete]
     07        1962 Aug 03, "All-American Eating," [incomplete]
               1962 Aug 10, [Pears, incomplete]
               1962 Aug 17, [Salad, incomplete]
               1962 Aug 31, [Pears, incomplete]
               1962 Sep 02, [Vegetables, incomplete]
               1962 Sep 28, [Apples, incomplete]
     08        1962 Oct 05, [Chicken, incomplete]
               1962 Oct 12, [Cranberries, incomplete]
               1962 Oct 26, [Mushrooms, incomplete]
               1962 Oct 28, [Pears, incomplete]
     09        1963 Feb 01, [Potatoes, incomplete]
               1963 Mar 01, [Carrots, incomplete]
               1963 Mar 22, [Eggs, incomplete]
               1963 May 10, [Dairy Products]
               1963 May 24, [Whipped Cream, incomplete]
               1963 Jun 21, [Peaches, incomplete]
               1963 Jun 28, "For Summer Pleasure," [incomplete]
     10        1963 Jul 05, [Sweet Corn, incomplete]
               1963 Jul 19, [Watermelon, incomplete]
               1963 Jul 26, [Tuna, incomplete]
               1963 Aug 02, [Celery, incomplete]
               1963 Aug 09, [Salad Dressing, incomplete]
               1963 Aug 16, "Size Is Not Quality," [incomplete]
               1963 Aug 30, [Tuna, incomplete]
               1963 Sep 20, [Cheese; Potatoes, incomplete]
     11        1964 Jan 17, [Sausage, incomplete]
               1964 Jan 24, [Pecans, incomplete]
               1964 Mar 20, [Rice]
               1964 Apr 03, [Cottage Cheese, incomplete]
               1964 Apr 17, [Beans, incomplete]
               1964 Jun 26, [Plums]
     12        1964 Jul 03, [Turkey]
               1964 Jul 17, [Plums]
               1964 Jul 24, [Turkey]
               1964 Sep 25, [School Lunch, incomplete]
     13        1965 Feb 12, [Eggs, incomplete]
               1965 Apr 16, [Beef, incomplete]
               1965 Apr 23, [Carrots, incomplete]
               1965 Apr 30, [Honey, incomplete]
               1965 Jul 23, [Grapes, incomplete]
               1965 Sep 24, [Cabbage, incomplete]
               1965 Nov 19, [Pecans, Economy Meals, and Milk]
     14        1966 Feb 04, [Onions, incomplete]
               1966 Mar 11, [Prunes, incomplete]
               1967 Mar 10, [Ham, incomplete]
     15     Food Talks from the Mirro Test Kitchen, Aluminum Goods
               Manufacturing Company, Manitowoc, Wisconsin
               Vol. 13, No. 2, "Molds Fashioned To Give Your More Leizure, 
                 The Cool Way to Serve Summer Dishes Temptingly-Appetizingly," n.d.
               Vol. 15, No. 2, "Highlights On The Aluminum Situation," n.d.
               Vol. 15, No. 3, "Tested Cooky Recipes," n.d.
               Vol. 17, No. 2, "Cookies From Home," n.d.
               Vol. 18, No. 3, "Pie-Just Everybody's Favorite," n.d.
               Vol. 18, No. 4, "Cooky Code," n.d.
               Vol. 19, No. 2, "Cooky Season," n.d.
               Vol. 22, No. 2, "Season's Greetings," n.d.
               Vol. 26, No. 2, "Featuring Silhouette Cookies And Potica," n.d.
               Vol. 27, No. 3, "Merry Christmas," n.d.
               Vol. 29, No. 3, [Holiday], n.d.
               Vol. 30, No. 4, "Cooky Favorites for holiday and year 'round baking," n.d.
               Vol. 31, No. 2, [Holiday], n.d.
     16     Foto Features, Dudley-Anderson-Yutzy, New York
               1963 May, "American Beer Enhances Japanese Beef Sukiyaki"
               "Baked Tangerines Festive Garnish," n.d.
               "Be A Gay Blade With Brazil Nuts!," n.d.
               "Beef Stew 'Round The World," n.d.
               "Brazil Nuts In Treasured Cookies," n.d.
               "Chiffon Pies Take To Brazil Nut Crusts," n.d.
               "Chinese Lamb," n.d.
     17        "A Cottage Cheese Compendium," n.d.
               "Festive Fruit Bowl From Florida," n.d.
               "Florida Limes Are Heat Beaters," n.d.
               "Florida Limes Lighten Summer Scene," n.d.
               "Florida Version Of Spring Beauties!," n.d.
               "Food Editors Sample Everything - Even Fufu," n.d.
               "Golden Grapefruit From Florida Here," n.d.
               "Irish Or No, They'll Love This Fun Fare," n.d.
               "Limes Give A Lift To Lots Of Food," n.d.
     18        "Make Cookie Christmas Cards With Easy Basic Cookie Mix," n.d.
               "Molasses Gives Chop Suey Color And Sweet Touch," n.d.
               "No. 1 On The Christmas Hit Parade," n.d.
               "Orange Consomme New Summer Treat," n.d.
               "Picnics On Board!," n.d.
               "Pie Eyed At Christmas Or Yule Delight In Egg Nog Chiffon," n.d.
               "Popcorn And Soda Pop For A Bang Up Party," n.d.
               "Quick Trick For Seeded Grapefruit," n.d.
               "Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels Make Favorite Cookies More
                 Popular Then Ever," n.d.
               "Tabasco's A Seasoned World Traveler," n.d.
               "Tabasco's At Home Even In African Wilds," n.d.
               "Tangerine Mums Yummy Holiday Dessert," n.d.
               "Valencias Perfect For A Different Dessert," n.d.
               "Want To Eat Like A King? Here's A Dish Kings Love," n.d.
               "Zany Ice Cream Concoctions Are The Rule At Teen Age Sundae Heaven," n.d.
     19     Fresh Forum, United Merchandising Institute, Washington, D. C.
               1960 Mar 23, Vol. XI, "Louisiana Strawberry Issue"
     20     From the Crisco Kitchen, Verne Burnett Associates, New York
               "Ablekage - Christmas Delicacy From Denmark," n.d.
               "A Cake For The Bride," n.d.
               "Easter," n.d.
               "Just Plum Good!," n.d.
               "Mince Meat Pie Age Old Christmas Fare," n.d.
               "This Cake Lamb Is No Gambol," n.d.
     21     Fruit & Vegetable Facts & Pointers, United Fresh Fruit &
               Vegetable Association, Washington, D. C.
               1966 Jul, [Beets]
               1966 Aug, [Brussel Sprouts]
     22     The G-F Consumer Tester News, General Foods Kitchen
               Vol. 2, No. 1 "Consumer Tester Visit General Foods Kitchens," n.d.
     23     Gentry Serenader, Gentry, Los Angeles, California
               1952 Jan, "Chili Powder With Fish?" [incomplete]
               1952 Nov, Vol. IV, No. 3, "Many Changes Made in Chili Pepper Drying"
               1955 Aug, Vol. VI, No. 10, "Gentry Re-Enters Canned Pimiento
                 Field; Will Also Process Green Chiles" [incomplete]
               1956 Jun, Vol. VII, No. 7, "Everybody Likes A Barbecue"
               1957 May, Vol. VIII, No. 6, "Supplying Special Needs Of Barbecue
                 Season Profitable Business For Jobbers, Processors" [incomplete]
               1957 Nov, Vol. VIII, No. 12, "In Chili-It's Flavor" [incomplete]
               1958 Feb, Vol. IX, No. 3, "Color Is Color...Flavor Is Flavor
                 In Chili - It's Flavor!" [incomplete]
               1958 Jun, Vol. IX, No. 7, "West Indies Tribe Showed Spanish
                 How To Barbecue; Californians Keep It Up" [incomplete]
               1958 Aug, Vol. IX, No. 9, "New Instant Minced Onion Lesson
                 Plan Offered To Home Economists"
               1960 May, Vol. IX, No. 6, "Hawaii Combines Beauty of
                 Climate, Surroundings with Happy Philosophy"
               1962 Sep, Vol. XIII, No. 10, "Chili Peppers Enjoyed By Incas
                 And Today's Gourmets" [incomplete]
               1962 Oct, Vol. XIII, No. 11, "Americans Enjoy Chili Month In
                 October" [incomplete]
               1963 Mar, Vol. XIV, No. 4, "California Major Source Of Top-
                 Quality Paprikas"
     24     Georgia Experiment Station, Experiment, Georgia
               "Promising Peach Products," by J. G. Woodroof, n.d.    

189  01     Gold Medal Netting News, The American Net & Twine Division of
               The Linen Thread Company, Inc.
               1945 Feb, Vol. 2, No. 10, "Lincoln and Washington Leaders for Liberty"
               1946 Mar, Vol. 3, No. 11, "Panama - Where Great Ships Climb Over Mountains"
               1946 Jun, Vol. 3, No. 2, "The Mississippi Father of Waters"
               1947 Feb, Vol. 4, No. 10, "Salt Essential Of Life"
               1947 Sep, Vol. 5, No. 5, "Florida's, America's Tropical Wonderland"
               1948 Jan, Vol. 5, No. 9, "Coffee-Our National Drink"
               1948 Feb., Vol. 5, No. 10, "Tin, The Magic Metal"
               1949 Mar-Apr, Vol. 1, No. 2, "The Zoo"
               1949 Nov-Dec, Vol. 1, No. 6, "A Merry Christmas"
               1950 Jan-Feb, Vol. 2, No. 1, "Frozen Foods"
               1953 Nov-Dec, Vol. 5, No. 6, "The Story of Reclamation"
               1954 Jul-Aug, Vol. 6, No. 4, "Shenandoah, 'Daughter of the Stars'"
               1955 Jan-Feb, Vol. 7, No. 1, "The Banana...Nutritious and Delicious!"
     02     Golden Crest News, Borden's Company
               "Irradiated Milk The Greatest Advance In Milk Production
                 Since Pasteurization," n.d.
     03     Gorton Kitchen Notes, Gorton-Pew Fisheries Company, Ltd,
               Gloucester, Massachusetts
               1932 Summer, "News! Codfish Cocktail Fingers! News!"
               1933 Spring, "Summer Luncheons"
               1933 Winter, "And Did We Have Fun Doing These?"
     04     Gourmet Newsletter, Elizabeth Alston, National Association For
               The Specialty Food Trade, Inc., New York
               1965 Dec, [Caviar]
               1966 May, [Breakfast]
     05     Grocery Facts, Grocery Manufacturers of American, Inc., New York
               1950 Mar 28, "Egg Dyes Ready And Waiting For Easter"
     06     Hanalei Plantation Editon, Hawaii Visitors Bureau
               1961, [Kauai, Hawaii's Garden Island]
     07     Happy Apple Herald, Processed Apples Institute, Inc., New York
               No. 1, "Main Dishes That Are Different," n.d.
               No. 2, "The Greatest Taste In Desserts," n.d.
               No. 3, "Cakes, Cookies and Confections, Frivolous,
                 Lightminded, Wonderfully Good," n.d.
               No. 4, "Salads...Appetizers...Relishes," n.d.
               No. 5, "Weekend Specials...for informal living," n.d.
               No. 6, "Dessert Favorites...worthy of any occasion," n.d.
               No. 7, "Entrees Of Distinction...taste tempters all." n.d.
               No. 8, "For Meals In Minutes...on the busy days," n.d.
     08     Herb Bulletin, Health From Herbs, by Dr. Otto Raubenehimer
               "Eat Fu Ti-tieng - And Live 200 Years," n.d.
               "Humble Herbs Of Olden Days Find Place In Doctor's Kit," n.d.      
               "Herbs Prescribed For Every Ailment," n.d.
               "Medicinal Herbs: Properties and Uses. Part I," n.d.
               "The Romance of Cinchona," n.d.
               "Sassafras," n.d.
               "Sassafras Tea," n.d.
     09     Here's Health with Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, Home Economics
               Department, Bernard L. Lewis, Inc., New York
               1954 Jan, Press # 1, [Grapefruit]
               1954 Sep, Press # 1, [Pears]
               1954 Nov, Press # 1, [Cranberries]
               1954 Dec, Press # 1, [Yams or Sweet Potatoes]
               1955 Feb, Press # 1, [Soup]
               1955 Aug, Press # 1, [Cabbage]
               1955 Sep, Press # 1, [Grapes]
               1955 Oct, Press # 1, [Cauliflower]
               1955 Dec, Press # 1, [Turkey]
     10        1956 Feb, Press # 1, [Tomatoes]
               1956 May, Press # 1, [Potatoes, incomplete]
               1956 Jun, Press # 1, [Cantaloupe]
               1956 Jun, Press # 1, [Onions]
               1956 Sep, Press # 1, Special Release, [Plums]
               1956 Oct, [Apples]
               1956 Oct, Press # 1, Special Release, [Celery]
               1956 Nov, Press # 1, [Broccoli]
     11        1957 Jan, Press # 1, [Apples]
               1957 Jan, Special Press # 1, [Tangerines]
               1957 Mar, Press # 1, [Cabbage]
               1957 Apr, Special Press # 1, [Sweet Green Peppers]
               1957 May, Press # 1, [Potatoes]
               1957 Oct, First of Month Press # 1, [Stew]
               1957 Nov, First of Month Press # 1, [Cranberries]
               1957 Nov, Mid-Month Press # 1, [Brussel Sprouts]
               1957 Dec, First of Month Press # 1, [Sweet Potatoes]
               1957 Dec, Mid-Month Press # 1, [Avocado]
     12        1958 Jan, First of Month Press # 1, [Celery]
               1958 Feb, First of Month Press # 1, [Grapefruit]
               1958 Feb, Mid-Month Press # 1, [Potatoes]
               1958 Mar, First of Month Press # 1, [Greens: Spinach, Mustard
                 Greens, Turnip Tops, Beet Tops, Collards, Lake and Endive]
               1958 Mar, Mid-Month Press # 1, [Snap Beans]
               1958 Apr, First of Month Press # 1, [Onions]
               1958 Jun, First of Month Press # 1, [Tomatoes]
               1958 Jul, First of Month Press # 1, [Watermelon]
               1958 Sep, First of Month Press # 1, [Bartlett Pears]
               1958 Nov, First of Month Press # 1, [Cranberries]
     13        1959 Jan, Press # 1, [Cabbage]
               1959 Feb, Press # 1, [Grapefruit]
               1959 Mar, Press # 1, [Irish Potatoes]
               1959 Jun, Press # 1, [Cantaloupe]
               1959 Jul, Press # 1, [Lemon Juice]
               1959 Aug, Press # 1, [Peaches]
               1959 Nov, Press # 1, [Cranberries]
               1959 Dec, Press # 1, [Sweet Potatoes]
     14        1960 Jan, Press # 1, [Celery]
               1960 Apr, Press # 1, [Asparagus]
               1960 Jun, Press # 1, [Green Snap Beans]
               1960 Jul, Press # 1, [Lettuce]
               1960 Aug, Press # 1, [Grapes]
               1960 Sep, Press # 1, [Onions]
               1960 Oct, Press # 1, [Apples]
     15        1961 Feb, Press # 1, [Oranges]
               1961 Jul, Press # 1, [Cantaloupe]
               1961 Aug, Press # 1, [Pears]
               1961 Sep, Press # 1, [Tomatoes]
               1961 Dec, Press # 1, [Celery]
     16        1962 Jan, Press # 1, [Cabbage]
               1962 Feb, Press # 1, [Lettuce]
               1962 Mar, Press # 1, [Onions]
               1962 Apr, Press # 1, [Asparagus]
               1962 Jun, Press # 1, [Lemons]
               1962 Sep, Press # 1, [Honeydew Melons]
               1962 Oct, Press # 1, [Apples]
               1962 Dec, Press # 1, [Bananas]
     17        1963 Feb, Press # 1, [Pears]
               1963 Mar, Press # 3, [Green Snap Beans]
               1963 Jun, Press # 3, [Green Peppers]
               1963 Jul, Press # 3, [Cucumbers]
               1963 Aug, Press # 3, [Onions]
               1963 Sep, Press # 3, [Oranges]
     18        1964 Mar, Press # 3, [Soup]
               1964 Apr, Press # 3, [Stew]
               1965 Mar, Press # 3, [Asparagus]
               1965 Jun, Press # 3, [Blueberries]
               1965 Jul, Press # 3, [Beets]
               1965 Sep, Press # 3, [Soup]
     19        1966 Jan, Press # 3, [Broccoli]
               1966 Mar, Press # 3, [Onions]
               1966 May, Press # 3, [Asparagus]
               1966 Jun, Press # 3, [Potatoes]
               1966 Jul, Press # 3, [Peaches]
               1966 Oct, Press # 3, [Apples]
               1966 Dec, Press # 3, [Citrus Fruit]
     20        1967 Feb, Press # 1, [Special Winter Tomato Release]
               1967 Mar, Press # 1, [Special Florida New Potatoes]
               1967 Mar, Press # 3, [Pears]
               1967 Jun, Press # 3, [Apricots]
               1967 Jul, Press # 1, [Peaches]
               1967 Jul, Press # 3, [Berries]
               1967 Aug, Press # 1, [Salads]
               1967 Aug, Press # 3, [Cantaloupe]
               1967 Sep, Press # 1, [Cauliflower]
               1967 Oct, Press # 1, [Apples]
               1967 Nov, Press # 3, [Pineapple]
               19[?], Jan, Press # 1, Mid-Month, [Carrots]
     21     Hints and Helps for Homemakers, National Family Opinion, Inc.,
               Toledo, Ohio
               1962 Nov, Vol. III, No. 19, "What's Cooking These Days?" [Desserts]
               1963 Jul, Vol. IV, No. 3, "What's Cooking These Days?" [Cakes]
               1963 Nov, Vol. IV, No. 5, [Sweet Potato Pone, Texas Hash, Prune Cake]
               1965 Mar, Vol. VI, No. 1, "What's Cooking?" [Chicken and Desserts]
               1966 May, Vol. VIII, No. 3, "The Best From Carol Adams" [Household Hints]
               1966 Mar, Vol. VII, No. 2, [Desserts, Eggs and Hints]
               1966 Sep, Vol. VII, No. 6, [Packaging, Household Hints,
                 Cooking Hints, Desserts]
               1967 Jan, Vol. VII, No. 8, [Packaging, Household Hints,
                 Cooking Hints, Breads]
     22     Home Economics News, Public Service Electric and Gas Company
               Bulletin No. 1239, "Turkey and Trimmings," n.d.
               Bulletin No. 1255, "Easter Ham," n.d.
     23     Home Hints, Freda C. DeKnight, Home Service Director
               n.d.
     24     The Homemaker's Helper, Kelvinator Wartime Ideas Exchange for
               Home Economists
               Project 6, "Household Hints for Household Efficiency," n.d.
     25     Hostess Counsel, Home Economics Department, H. J. Heinz
               Company, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
               "November Entertaining," n.d.
     26     Institute Ideas from Wheat Flour Institute/Wheat Flour News, Chicago, Illinois
               1936 Dec, "Plenty of Good Bread"
               1940 Aug, [Sandwich Making]
               1941 Feb, [Cheese Hearts, Honey Orange Crisp, Mystery Cherry Cake]
               1941 Mar, [Tuna Whirls, Seas Food Casserole With Curry Drop
                 Biscuits, Almond Jam Bars]
               1941 Nov, [Cranberries]
               1941 Dec, [Holiday Desserts]
               1942 Nov, [Biscuits]
               1948 Jan, [Enriched Flour]
     27        1956 Oct-Nov, [Buffet Supper]
               1957 Dec, [Christmas]
               1958 Aug, [National Sandwich Month]
               1959 Apr-May, "For The Mother-Of-The Year"
               1959 Aug, [Sandwiches]
               1960 May 12, News Release, "Mexican Poor Boy Sandwich"
               1960 Aug, "Sandwiches Do You Proud!"
               1960 Oct-Nov, [incomplete]
               1961 May 24, News Release, "20 Best Sandwiches of 1961"
               1961 May 24, News Release, "Crew Cut"
               1961 May 24, News Release, "Gypsy Sandwich"
               1961 May 24, News Release, "Sea Breeze"
               1961 May 24, News Release, "Tropical Sunburst"
     28        1962 Jul 31, News Release, "Baked Crab Alaska Takes Third
                 Place Honors In Sandwich Contest"
               1962 Jul 31, News Release, "McIntosh Sandwich Takes First
                 Prize In Sandwich Contest"
               1962 Jul 31, News Release, "Second Prize In Sandwich Contest
                 Goes To Banana Ham Nutwich"
               1962 Aug, "Sandwich Time"
               1962 Dec, "Creative Near Eastern Cookery"
               1962 Dec, News, "Christmas Tree Cake" - with photo
               1962 Dec, Food News, "Festive Christmas Breads The Easy
                 Batter Method Way"
               1963 Aug, "Easy Sandwich Meals Star at Summer Parties"
               1964 Feb-Mar, "Bread Is A Generous Gift of Nature"
               1966 Nov, News Release, "Eggnog-Spice Torte" - with photo
               1966 Nov, News Release, "Fillers and Shorts"
               1966 Dec, News Release, "Tropical Refrigerator Cookies" -
                 with photo
               1966 Dec, News Release, "Fillers and Shorts"
               Summer Issue, Wheat Flour News, "Self Rising Flour"
               Correspondence, Gardner, Janis, Food Editor and Barbara Strang,
                 Associate Food Editor, Wheat Flour Institute, Dec 1963

190  01     Keen's Chronicle, Published Monthlie for Clementine Paddleford,
               Keen's English Chop House
               1937 Nov 15, Vol. 1, No. 1
     02     Kellogg's News Exchange, Kellogg Company, Battle Creek, Michigan
               1954 Oct, Vol. 1, No. 5, [Harvest Loaf, Frosted Gingerbread Bars]
               1957 Aug, Vol. IV, No. 7, [Facts and Fallacies About Breakfast]
               1957 Sep, Vol. IV, No. 8, "September Is Better Breakfast Month...Be
                 a Better Breakfast Booster!"
               1958 Apr, Vol. V, No. 3, "Spring Cereal And Milk Festival"
               1958 May, Vol. 4, No. 4, [International Flavor]
               1959 Dec, Vol. VI, No. 11, "Holiday Desserts Spell Hospitality"
               1960 Apr, Vol. VII, No. 4, "Help Yourself To Weekend Cereal-
                 And-Milk Buffet"
               1960 Nov, Vol. VII, No. 10, "Seasonal Plentifuls Combine In
                 Holiday Bread"
               1960 Oct, Vol. XII, No. 6, "Hail The Conquering Hero!!"
               1966 Dec, Vol. XIII, No. 11, "The Even Of The New Year"
     03     Kelvinator Cookery From The Kelvin Kitchen, Detroit, Michigan
               Vol. 4, No. 12, "The Christmas Spirit: Old - Yet Ever New," n.d.
     04     Kitchen Chatter, From the Kitchen of Mary Hale Martin, Libby,
               McNeill & Libby, Chicago, Illinois
               1934 Oct, No. VIII, [Halloween, incomplete]
               1935 Oct, No. XIX, [Halloween]
               1935 Dec, No. XXI, "A Merry Christmas"
               1936 Feb, No. XXII, [Upside down cake]
               1936 Jun, No. V, [Vegetable cocktails], 2 copies
               1936 Jul, No. VI, [Time and labor saving recipes]
               1936 Oct, No. VIII, [Pineapple, incomplete]
               1936 Dec, No. X, [Holiday cooking]
               1938 Feb, No. XXIII, [Breakfast]
     05        [1930s], Jul, [Salad]
               1940 Nov, No. L, [Thanksgiving]
               1940 Dec, No. LI, [Christmas]
               1941 Jan, No. LII, [New Year]
               1941 Mar, No. LIV, [Celebrating 73 years of progress]
               19[?], No. LXII, [The Turkey]
               19[?], Jul, No. 70, [Hot Weather Food]
               19[?], Jul, No. 82, "Hints for Sandwiches"
               1944 Feb, No. 89, [Fruit, incomplete]
               1944 Jun, No. 93, [Canned Salmon]
     06        1945 May, No. 101, "The Story Of Bartlett Pears" 
               "Canned Meats for Table-Ready Meals," n.d., 2 copies
               "The Story of Canned Juices," n.d., 2 copies
               "The Story of Canned Meats," n.d.
               "The Story of Canned Salmon," n.d.
               "The Story of Canned Vegetables," n.d.
               "The Story of Hawaiian Pineapple," n.d.
               "The Story of Hawaiian Pineapple," n.d., 3 copies,
                 different than above
               "The Story of Tomato Juice from Field to Table," n.d., 2 copies
               "Timely Tips For Making Salads," n.d.
               "Timely Tips Using Canned Meats," n.d.
     07     Kitchen Notes, Fritos Consumer Service, Dallas, Texas
               "Christmas Dinner," n.d.
               "Kitchen Notes," Clara Gebhard Snyder, n.d.
               "Tasty Cabbage Provides Center For Delicious One-Dish Meals," n.d. 
     08     Ladies Home Journal News, Ladies Home Journal Magazine, New York
               "Thanksgiving Dinner In An Hour, The Nov. LH/Journal Way," n.d.
     09     The Leaguer, Restaurant League of New York
               1957 Apr, Vol. 1, No. 7, "Why Not Celebrate All Holidays On
                 Mondays?," 2 copies
     10     Leek News Bureau, Information Service of the National Society
               for the Elevation and Propagation of the Leek, New York
               "Leek Society Formed To Elevate Role Of Neglected Vegetable," n.d.
               "A Peek At The Leek," n.d.
     11     Long Island Duckling Recipes, Mabel Stegner, Home Economics
               Consultant for the Long Island Duck Growers Marketing
               Cooperative, Inc., New York
               "Cooking Long Island Duckling," n.d., 3 copies
               [History of Long Island Duckling]
               "Long Island Duckling Recipes," n.d., 3 copies
     12        "Gourmet Recipes," n.d., 3 copies
               "Holiday Entertaining with Long Island Duckling," n.d.
               "News About Long Island Duckling, 'Canard Presse'," n.d.
               "Fact Sheet On Long Island Duckling," n.d., 2 copies
               "Long Island Duckling Canape Spread," n.d.
               "Oven-Braised Duckling," n.d.
               "Pressed Long Island Duckling In Orange Sauce," n.d.
     13     Louisiana Conservationist, New Orleans, Louisiana
               1943 Jan, Vol. 1, No. 2
     14     Marshmallow Newsletter
               1933 Nov, [Thanksgiving Edition]
               1934 Jan, [Recipe suggestions for January and February]
     15     Mary McMeekin's Kitchen, Rice Consumer Service, Louisville, Kentucky
               Correspondence, McMeekin, Mary, 1958 Mar 16, with the following recipes:
               "Carolina Batter Bread (Spoon Bread)," n.d.
               "Emerald Ring With Curried Shrimp," n.d.
               "Fillets Florentine, Bubbly Cheese Topping," n.d.
               "Lemon-Turkey Paprika Casserole," n.d.
               "Maryland Eggs: Tomato Sauce And Rice," n.d.
               "Modern Version Of Early American Turkey Stuffing," n.d.
               "Mulligan Stew From Iowa," n.d.
               "Rice -- The U. S. A. Way," n.d.
               "Unusual: Cheese-Poppy Seed Spooned Bread!," n.d.
     16     The Maryland Gourmet News, Maryland Gourmet Mart, New York
               City, New York
               1960 Mar, Vol. 1, No. 5
     17     Meal Planning Service, The Home Economics Department of the
               Best Foods, Inc., New York
               1937 Nov, Vol. 1, No. 7, "We Gather Together"
               1939 Jun, Vol. 3, No. 4, "Bridal Lore"
               1939 Dec, Vol. 4, No. 1, "Peace on Earth"
               1942 Jan, Vol. 6, No. 3, "Defense Aid"
               1942 Dec, Vol. 7, No. 2, "Yuletide Entertaining"
               1945 Nov, Vol. 10, No. 6, "Festival Fare"
     18        1948 Feb, Vol. 12, No. 4, "George Washington Dinner"
               1948 Dec, Vol. 13, No. 3, "Christmas Stocking Fillers"
               1949 Feb, Vol. 13, No. 5, "Valentine Dinner," [incomplete]
               1949 Mar, Vol. 13, No. 6, "Company Dinner"
               1949 Oct, Vol. 14, No. 1, "The Egg and Brunch"
               1949 Dec, Vol. 14, No. 3, "Concentrate on Candy This Christmas"
               1950 Nov, Vol. 15, No. 2, "'Tis The Day After Thanksgiving"
               1951 Apr, Vol. 15, No. 7, "Gems On Your Table and In Your
                 Kitchen," [incomplete]      
               1952 Oct, Vol. 17, No. 1, "Nucoa Is All Nutrition"
               1953 Dec, Vol. 18, NO. 3, "Notes on Christmas Decorations
                 and Dining"
               1957 Vol. 21, No. 3, "Two Special Fixings For Salad Mixings"
               1957 Vol. 22, No. 1, "New, Ubiquitous Nucoa Is Good Over All
     19     Milk Industry News, Milk Industry Foundation, New York City,
               New York
               1938, Vol. 2, No. 1
               1950 Jun
     20     The Milk Solids Letter, American Dry Milk Institute, Inc.,
               Chicago, Illinois
               1944 Mar 10, No. 7
     21     Molasses Notes, from Ruth Helen Dale - Grandma's Test Kitchen,
               American Molasses Company, New York
               Bulletin No. 3, "Food Fights For Freedom - Conserve - Do Not Waste," n.d.
               Bulletin No. 5, "Tips For Breakfast Tempters," n.d.
               Bulletin No. 9, "Stretch Your Sugar Allotment With Molasses," n.d.
               Bulletin No. 10, "Helpful Hints For Lenten Menus," n.d.
               Bulletin No. 11, "Better Cakes With Less Sugar," n.d.
               Bulletin No. 12, "Molasses Saves Sugar And Adds Nutrition," n.d.
               Bulletin No. 15, "Sweeten Your Pickles And Relishes With Molasses," n.d.
               Bulletin No. 16, "Variety Essential In The School Lunch," n.d. 
               Bulletin No. 17, "A Package From Home," n.d.
               Bulletin No. 22, "Old And New Ways With Beans," n.d.
               Bulletin No. 26, "It's Pickling Time," n.d.
               Bulletin No. 28, "Let's Have A Hallowe'en Party," n.d.
               Bulletin No. 39, "Sweet Potato Dishes You'll Enjoy," n.d.
               Bulletin No. 46, "Suggestions For A Graduation Party," n.d.
               Bulletin No. 47, "Origin Of The Bridal Shower," n.d.
               Bulletin No. 52, "Christmas, The Season For The 'Three C's':
                 Cakes, Candies, And Cookies," n.d.
               Bulletin No. 59, "Thanksgiving," n.d.
               Bulletin No. 75, "Grandma's Gingerbread House," n.d.
               Bulletin No. 77, "The Molasses Pitcher Returns To The
                 American Table," n.d.
               Bulletin No. 84, "Origin Of The Birthday Cake," n.d.
     22        Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 5, "Unsulphured Molasses And Popcorn
                 Stick Together," n.d.    
               Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 10, "The Goal of Molasses Cookies Is To Please," n.d.
               Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 11, "Molasses Plum Pudding Plumb Lovely," n.d.
               Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 12, "Hot Griddle Tip...Molasses 'N Pancakes," n.d.
               Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 13, "Molasses In A Glaze of Glory," n.d.
               Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 16, "Unsulphured Molasses Lunch Box Festivity," n.d.
               Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 20, "Molasses Gilds Barbecued Broilers," n.d.
               Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 22, "Molasses Wins Votes At Harvest Feast," n.d.
               Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 23, "Grandma's Molasses Cookies For A
                 Modern Christmas," n.d. 
               Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 26, "Barbecue Sauce For When Dad Cooks," n.d.
               Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 30, "Modern Molasses Desserts With
                 Colonial Past," n.d.
               Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 31, "Easter Brunch," n.d.
               Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 32, "Gala Grill When Dining Out," n.d.
               Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 34, "Indian Sign On Pudding," n.d.
               Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 41, "Spotlight On Party Gingerbread," n.d.
               Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 44, "Barbecue...Come Rain Or Come Shine," n.d.
               Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 46, "Marinades Go 'Round The World," n.d.
               Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 47, "Cookies In A Christmas Wrap," n.d.
               Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 59, "Youngsters Are Sweet On Holiday Candy," n.d.
               Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 61, "The House That Gingerbread Built,"
                 with instructions to make a Gingerbread House, n.d.
               Vol. 2, Bulletin No. 68, "Barbecued Ribs Shine At Backyard Party," n.d.
     23     Morsels, Nestle's Chocolate Test Kitchen, New York
               1947-1948, Vol. 1, No. 2, Winter, [Cookies]
               1948-1949, Vol. 2, No. 2, Winter, [Cookies]
               1949, Vol. 2, No. 3, Spring [Semi Sweet Speciality]
               1950, Vol. 3, No. 4, Summer [Semi Sweet Speciality, Goodie Calendar]
               1956-1957, Vol. 10, No. 2, Winter, "Happy Holidays"
               1958-1959, Vol. 12, No. 2, [Holiday]
               Vol. 12, No. 2, [Cookies around the nation take on a new look], n.d.
     24     N.A.S.M. News, Holland-America Cruise Line, New York
               1954 Apr, No. 58, "New York Passenger Office Joy to Eye of
                 Would-be Traveler; Service Streamlined for Trade & Public"
     25     Nescafe Society News, The Makers of Nescafe Instant Coffee, The
               Nestle Company, Inc., New York
               1954 Jan, Vol. 1, No. 1, "Come Coffee-ing With Us"
               1954 Apr, Vol. 1, No. 2, "Early Americans Had Problems With
                 High Coffee Prices"           
               1954 Sep, Vol. 1, No. 3, "Keep Husband Home With Good Coffee"
               1954 Dec, Vol. 1, No. 4, "And A Festive Fa-La-La-La To You"
               1955 May, Vol. 2, No. 2, "On Sunday...Relax With A Leisurely Breakfast"
               1956 Dec, Vol. 3, No. 3, "Prince Talleyrand's Remarks About
                 Coffee No Longer Match The American Taste"
     26     Nestle News, Nestle Company, Inc., New York
               "Be Prepared For Holiday Callers With A Hospitality Tray," n.d. 
     27     The New York Botanical Garden News, Bronx Park, New York
               "Bitter Herbs of Exodus Are Salads of Today," n.d.
               "Food For The Children Of Israel," n.d.
     28     New York State Woman's Program Newsletter, Department of
               Commerce of New York State
               "H. R. Talmage & Sons Farm 'Friars Head Farm,'" n.d.
               "Health, Calories And The Potato," n.d.
               "If You Want A Job Done, Ask A Woman's Club," n.d.
     29     New York Theta Sigma Phi
               1967 Aug 16-19, Theta Sigma Phi National Professional
                 Society For Women In Journalism and Communications, 35th
                 National Annual Meeting
               1967 Oct 30, "What's Wrong With Newspaper Writing? A Strong
                 View From NY Times' Friedlander"   
               1966-1967 Theta Sigma Phi Annual Report
     30     The New York University Alumni News
               1967 Oct, Vol. XIII, No. 1, photocopy only
     31     News, from the Inner Sanctum of Simon and Schuster, New York
               1967 Oct 02, "Chocolate"
     32     News About Margarine, National Association of Margarine
               Manufacturers, Lincoln, Nebraska 
               1953 Jun, [tips, use of margarine]
               1953 Oct, [margarine and food preparation]
               1953 Dec, "Margarine Fact Sheet - December, 1953"
               "Coffee Walnut Fudge Stars In Flavor," n.d.
               "Facts About Margarine," n.d.
               "Fluffed Franks," n.d.
               "Peach Brown Betty," n.d.
               "Oyster-Topped Spaghetti," n.d.
               "Springtime Platter Supper," n.d.
               "Strawberry Shortcake - Country Style," n.d.
     33     News About Peanut And Peanut Butter, Peanut Associates, Inc.
               Correspondence, Wexler, Naomi, 1966 Nov 04
               "Background Information On Peanuts And Peanut Butter," n.d.
               "Molded Peanut Butter Mousse," n.d.
     34     News About Wines From Widmer's, Widmer's Wine Cellars, Inc.,
               New York
               "N. Y. State Wines Perfect For L. I. Duckling," n.d.
     35     News And Views Of The Month
               1946 Nov, Vol. 10, No. 2 - photocopy only
     36     News Bureau, Better Home & Gardens, Des Moines, Iowa
               "Christmas Cookies Can Be Mail-Able," n.d.
               "Holiday Cook Book Geared To Special-Occasion Entertaining," n.d.
               "New Better Homes & Gardens Diet Book Is Help To Both Cook
                 And Dieter," n.d.
     37     News For The Food Page, from Borden Kitchen, New York City, New York
               "Mince Meat"

191         News for Women's Editors, Recipes Tested in Home Economics
               Kitchen of Theodore R. Sills and Company, New York City, New
               York for different product companies.  Newsletters are
               listed in alphabetical order by product company.
     01        American Blue Cheese Industry, n.d.
                 "American Blue Cheese...its origin, manufacture and versatility," n.d.
     02        American Lamb Council, n.d.
     03        American Sheep Producers Council, n.d.
     04        Baking Soda Institute, n.d.
     05        Brussels Sprouts Marketing Program, n.d.
     06        Brussels Sprouts Shippers of California, n.d.
                 "California Brussels Sprouts...Their Origin and Versatility," n.d.
     07        California Artichoke Advisory Board, n.d.
                 "California Globe Artichokes Fact Sheet," n.d.
     08        California Asparagus Advisory Board, n.d.
                 "The Story Of California Asparagus," n.d.
     09        California Strawberries, n.d.
                 "California Strawberries...The Spectacular Growth Of An Industry," n.d.
     10        Candy, Chocolate and Confectionery Institute, n.d.
     11        Carnation Evaporated Milk, n.d.         
     12        Carnation Instant Dry Milk, n.d.   
     13        Cherry Growers & Industries Foundation, n.d. 
     14          "Come Home For The Holidays...Everything Is Ready!," n.d.
     15        Crisco, n.d.
     16        Good Foods, Inc., n.d.
                 "History of the Peanut and Peanut Butter," n.d.
     17          "Hefty" Plastic Bags Mobil Chemical," n.d.
     18        International Tuna Fish Association, n.d.
     19        Karo Syrup, n.d.
     20        Kretschmer Corporation, n.d.
                 "History And Manufacture Of Wheat Germ," n.d.
     21        Louisiana Yam Commission, n.d.
     22        Louisiana Yams, n.d.
     23        Maraschino Cherry Institute, n.d.
                 "Maraschino Cherries," n.d.
     24        The National Banana Association, n.d.
                 "Top Banana...A Fact Sheet," n.d.
     25        National Canned Pea Council, n.d.
     26        National Kraut Packers Association, n.d.
     27-30     National Macaroni Institute, n.d.
     31        National Macaroni Institute, n.d.
                 "History of Macaroni," n.d.
                 [Macaroni-of-the-Month Club Members], n.d.
                 [Macaroni-of-the Month Club Members], April, n.d.
                 [Macaroni-of-the Month, Club Members], May, n.d.
                 [Macaroni-of-the Month Club Members], July, n.d.
     32-33     National Pickle Packers Association, n.d.
     34        Paper Plate Association, n.d.
     35        Peter Pan Peanut Butter, n.d.
            
192  01-02     Spanish Green Olive Commission, n.d.
     03        Spanish Olive Commission, n.d.
     04        Spanish Paprika Institute, n.d.
                 "Paprika Spice Of Spain," n.d.
     05        Tuna Research Foundation, n.d.
                 "The Canning Of Tuna," n.d.
                 "Facts And Figures On The Tuna Industry Of California," n.d.
                 "The Story Of Tuna," n.d.
                 "The Tuna Fishermen," n.d.
                 "The Tuna Fishing Fleet," n.d.
     06     News from Armour, Chemicals, Foods and Industrial Products,
               Chicago, Illinois
               "Armour Golden Star Self-Basting Turkey 1st Turkey Breakthrough
                 Since Pilgrims Offers Premium Profit For Retailers," n.d.
               "Armour's New Premium Turkey Comes In Gold-Red-White Wrapper," n.d.
               "Fact Sheet Armour Golden Star Self-Basting Turkey," n.d.
               "Marie Gifford's Cooking Directions For Armour Golden Star
                 Self-Basting Turkey," n.d.
               "New Armour Golden Star Turkey Bastes Itself Never Roast Dry" n.d.
               "New Turkey Cooks Itself," n.d.
               "Turkey The Native American," n.d.
               "Turkey Talk," n.d.
     07     News From Bennett Public Relations, Inc., New York
               "Hawaii's Fourth Anniversary As State To Be Celebrated At
                 Hawaii Kai," n.d.
     08     News from the Betty Crocker Kitchens, General Mills, Inc.,
               Minneapolis, Minnesota
               [Barbecue Sauce], n.d.
               [Berry Basket Cake], n.d.
               "Betty Crocker Saff-o-life Safflower Oil," n.d.
               [Breakfast], n.d.
               [Dinner for Two], n.d.
               [Easter], n.d.
               [Orange Stuffing], n.d.
               [Outdoor Cooking], n.d.
               [Picnic], n.d.
               "Sour Cream Points," n.d.
     09     News from the Betty Crocker Kitchens/Notes from the Betty
               Crocker Kitchen
               [Batter Franks, an earlier verison of corndogs], n.d.
               [Bread, Nut, incomplete], n.d.
               [Cake, Angel Food], n.d.
               [Cake, Yellow], n.d.
               "Eating Under The Sky," n.d.
               "Happy Holidays," n.d.
               "Holidays are Happy Days," n.d.
     10        "Let's Plan A Smorgasbord," n.d.
               [Pancakes], n.d.
               [Pancakes, Puff], n.d.
               [Party Sandwiches], n.d.
               "Save Bread Waste," n.d.
               "Saving With Interest," n.d.
               "The Wedding Cake," n.d.
     11     News from Bumble Bee Seafoods, Maria B. Wooden, Consumer
               Service Bureau, New York
               [Salmon], n.d.
               [Tuna], n.d.
     12     News from Bureau of Industrial Service Inc., New York
               1950 May 23, "The Borden Company Starlac Company"
               "Delicious Onion Pie Can Be A Vegetable Course Or Party Appetizer," n.d.
               "Easter Basket Torte," n.d.
               "Mince Pie Varieties Featured In Thanksgiving Preview," n.d.
               "Nonfat Dry Milk The Food Of The Year," n.d.
     13     News from Campbell's, Carolyn Campbell, Home Economics Dept,
               Campbell Soup Company, Camden, New Jersey
               "A Bushel Of 'Souper' Tomato Soup Ideas," n.d.
               "Campbell-made products using tomatoes," n.d.
               "Campbell Research," n.d.
               [Come Into Our Kitchens], n.d.
               [Pennsylvania Recipes], n.d.
               [Recipes], n.d.
     14     News from Campbell's Kitchens, Campbell Soup Company, Camden,
               New Jersey
               1953 Mar, "Meatless Soups Are 'Made For' Lent"
               1953 Apr, "Enjoy After-Easter Ham This Way"
               1953 Jul, "Keeping Cool With Consomme"
               1953 Dec, "Give a Bright Beginning to Christmas Feast"
               1954 Feb, "Calorie Counters Count On Soup"
               1954 Aug, "Cool Off With Chilled Soup!"
               1954 Sep, "It's Tomato Time At Campbell's!"
               1954 Oct, "Win Cheers With A Football Buffet!" - incomplete
               1955 Jul, "Franco-American Family Welcomes Two New Members," 2 copies
               1956 Fall, "Introduce New Quantity Recipes"
     15        "Baked Chicken Puff"
               "Marketing For Campbell's Kitchens"
               "Perfect Meal In A Dish"
               "Surprise Fruit Cake"
               "Turn-About Meat Loaf"
     16     News from Campbell's Red Kettle
               1961 Nov 15, News Release
               "Background: Campbell History," n.d.
               "Background: Food Preservation," n.d.
               "Background: What's In A Name," n.d.
     17     News from Campbell's Soup, Carolyn Campbell, Home Economics
               Dept., Campbell Soup Company, Camden, New Jersey
               "Danish Traditions Highlight Family Dinner," n.d.
               "Significance Of Appetite Appeal Of Foods To Good Nutrition," n.d.
     18     News from DAY [Dudley-Anderson-Yutzy], New York City, New York
               "Brazil Nut Association Celebrates 25th Year Of Product Promotion," n.d.
               "The Canning Industry Serves The Agricultural Economy," n.d.
               "Schweppesman Stresses Value Of Using A Personality In
                 Product Promotion," n.d.
               Correspondence, Stahl, Kate, 1959 Oct 13
     19     News from Dorothy Weaver, Gals Advisory Board, Frank Leonard,
               Inc., New York
               "Portionize For Tailgate Picnic," n.d.
     20     News from Frances Barton, Bureau of Industrial Service, New York
               "Bake A Cake For A Bride," n.d.
               "Coconut Custard, Apricots, Are Always In Season," n.d.
               "Coconut Quickies," n.d.
               "Facts About Coconut," n.d.
               "A Fellow Can Eat A Pancake 'Snowman'!," n.d.
               [Frozen Foods], n.d.
               "Hearts And Flowers," n.d.
               "How to Whip Fruit-Flavored Gelatin," n.d.
               "It's A Fact About Rice," n.d.
               "A La Carte Treat Artichoke Hearts," n.d.
               "New Color Leaflet Points Way to Easter, Prettier Pies," n.d.
               "A Nourishing Drink With Added Allure," n.d.
               "Pancakes, Marked As Their Very Own!," n.d.
               "Picnic Fare A La Mode," n.d.
     21        "Recipes For Birds Eye Fish," n.d.
               [Round The World With Rice], n.d.
     22        [Recipes, Frances Barton Tested Recipes]
                 "Apple Pancakes", n.d.
                 "Apricot Coconut Custard Pie", n.d.
                 "Apricot-Maple Sauce", n.d.
                 "Artichoke Salad", n.d.
                 "Blueberry Cheese Souffle Salad", n.d.
                 "Blueberry Pudding-Pie", n.d.
                 "Chilled Curry Soup", n.d.
                 "Chinese Fried Rice", n.d.
                 "Chocolate Fondant", n.d.
                 "Coconut Crunch Topping", n.d.
                 "Coconut Custard Apricot Pie", n.d.
                 "Coconut Sweetheart Cake", n.d.
                 "Heavenly Pumpkin Pie", n.d.
                 "Holiday Rice Ring", n.d.
                 "Jamaican Pumpkin Pie", n.d.
                 "Layered Peach Sponge Cake", n.d.
                 "Log Cabin Whipped Cream", n.d.
                 "Plum Jam", n.d.
                 "Pumpkin Chiffon Pie", n.d.
                 "Santa Claus Salad", n.d.
                 "Strawberry and Blueberry Jam", n.d.
                 "Strawberry Milk Punch", n.d.
     23     News from French's Test Kitchen, The R. T. French Company,
               Rochester, New York
               1960 Jan, Vol. 1, No. III, "It Happened On Mustard Street"
               1961 Jan 10, "A Convenience Food Story"
               1961 Feb, Vol. 1, No. V, [Ham]
     24        1961 Oct 19, "A Casserole To Take To The Club"
               1961 Oct 12, "Hearty 'Meal-In-A-Bowl' Meat Ball Soup Is
                 Ideal For After-Game Suppers"
               1962 Apr 10, [Barbecue]
               1962 Jul, [Sauces]
               1963 Jul, Vol. 1, No. VIII, "Anyone For A Tamaaraa?"
     25        "Centuries-Old Cooks Cooked With Cookbooks," n.d.
               "The History Of Spices," n.d.
               "The Mustard Story," n.d.
               "Seasonings Keep Lenten Meals Exciting," n.d.
               "Spice Preferences Affected By Geographical Location," n.d.
               "Sudden Splurge On Sour Cream Nationwide," n.d.
     26     News from Garden City Publishing Company, Inc., New York
               "Feeding The Small Family," n.d.
     27     News From Gentlemen's Quarterly, The Fashion Magazine for Men,
               New York
               "From Skulls To Punch Bowls," n.d.
     28     News from Grocery Manufacturers of America, Inc., New York
               1954 Jan 14, "New Fashions In Food The American Food Basket
                 - 1954 Model"
               1954 May 10, "Cheese Plays A Leading Role"
               1954 Jun 30, "It's Fun To Entertain At A Picnic!"
               1956 Jul 27, "Backyard Barbecues Are Popular"
               1959 Sep 30, "Food Industry Continues To Grow"
               1960 Jan 07, "Future Looks Bright For Good Eating"
               1960 Apr 01, [Outdoor Eating]
               1960 Aug 17, "Working Wives Serve Good Meals"
               1964 May 15, [Cookouts]
               1964 Jul 06, "Facts About 'Food Is A Bargain'"
     29        "Grocery Industry A Major Factor In Growth Of National
                 Economy," by Paul S. Willis, President, Grocery
                 Manufacturers of America, Inc., n.d.
               "Nuggets On Nutrition," by Frederick J. Stare, M. D.,
                 Professor of Nutrition, Chairman, Department of
                 Nutrition, Harvard University, n.d.     
     30        Correspondence, Matthews, Peggy, Director, Consumer
                 Communications, 1961 Jul 17
               Correspondence, Willis, Paul S., generic letter, "No Mystery
                 About The Price Spread," 1964 Apr 06
               1964 Apr 06, "Key Facts About Price Spread," by Robert H.
                 Bingham, Administrative Vice President and Research
                 Economist, Grocery Manufacturers of America, Inc., New York
            G.M.A. Barometer, Economic Indicators Of Grocery Trends
               And General Business Trends Affecting Grocery Manufacturers
               1962 Sep, No. 61
               1963 Mar, No. 63
               1963 Jun, No. 64
               1963 Dec, No. 66
               1964 Apr, No. 67
     31     News from Hawthorn Books, New York City, New York
               "As Irish As You Can Get: A St. Patrick's Day Dinner -- All Green!," n.d.
               "Peter Hunt's Christmas Recipes," n.d.
     32     News from Heinz 57 Baby Food, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
               "When Baby Gets His First Spoonful Of Solids," n.d.
     33     News from the Heublein Hospitality House, Mary Pearl, Director
               Home Economics Department, Heublein, Inc. Food Division,
               Bulington, Vermont
               1958 Nov, "New England Home Fare"
     34     News from the Kitchens of American Home Foods, Division of
               American Home Products Corporation
               "Kernels of Peanut Knowledge," n.d.
     35     News from the Lipton Kitchens, Thomas J. Lipton, Inc., Hoboken,
               New Jersey
               "Easy Milkshakes Ideal After-School Treat," n.d.
               "Even A President's Wife Served Thrifty Yet Appealing Meals," n.d.
               "Holiday Eggnog," n.d.
               "Soup 'n' Saltines Unbeatable Combination," n.d.
     36     News from National Hot Dog and Sausage Council, Tee-Pak, Inc.,
               Chicago, Illinois
               1962 Feb 13, "Sausage Bake Holds Sweet Surprise"
     37     News from the Pressure Cooking Institute, Minneapolis, Minnesota
               [Cooking with a Pressure Cooker]
     38     News from Robert W. Bloch Public Relations, New York City, New York
               "Poultry Products Booster Day Gets Boost With New 'Old
                 London' Recipes," n.d.
     39     News from Royal Prince, Louisiana Yams, St. Francisville, Louisiana
               Correspondence, Schlesinger, Dorothea, Canning Company, 
                 St. Francisville, Louisiana, generic letter , n.d.
               "Commissioner Pearce Hails Year Round Availability of
                 Louisiana Yams," n.d.
               "Fact Sheet Re Royal Prince Instant Yams," n.d.
               "Take Elegant Ease Fixing Instant Yams And Chicken," n.d.
               "Yams Know No Season," n.d.
     40     News from Seranne and Gaden, Food Consultants, New York City,
               New York
               "Fifty Million Frenchmen Can't Be Wrong!," n.d.
               "Smartly-Styled New Cookbook Offered Public By Procter &  Gamble," n.d.
     41     News from Spain, Spanish National Tourist Offices
               "Facts About Spain," n.d.
     42     News from Stokley-Van Camp Test Kitchen, Stokley-Van Camps,
               Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana
               [Beans, Green], n.d.
               [Desserts], n.d.
               [Eggs], n.d.
               [Vegetables], n.d.
     43     News from Swanson, Carolyn Campbell, Home Economics Dept,
               Campbell Soup Company, Camden, New Jersey
               "Picture-Pretty Hot Chicken Salads Please Party Guests," n.d.
     44     News from TWA (Trans World Airlines)
               "TWA'S Food Service Motto: Quality Begins At Home," n.d.
               "TWA'S In-Flight Food Service Meets Best Home Kitchen Standards," n.d.
     45     News from the Test Kitchen of the Herring Council, New York
               City, New York
               1964 Dec 09, "What Is The Herring Council?"
               1964 Dec 09, "Herring Stories Replacing Elephant Jokes"
               1964 Dec 09, "Many Nations Around The World Have Traditional
                 Herring Dishes"
               1964 Dec 09, "Seven Herring Recipes From Around The World
                 Served At Holiday Party"                     
               "The Herring Council Fact Sheet,"
     46     News from United States Stamping Company, United States
               Stamping Company, Moundsville, West Virginia
               "Two Simple Casseroles Pep Up Fall Menu," n.d.

193  01     News from the Vineyards, Almaden Vineyards, Los Gatos, California
               1955 Spring, "A Wine-Taster's Vocabulary," 2 copies
     02        1955 Fall, "A Star Is Born Almaden Rose Champagne Makes Its
                 Debut," 2 copies
     03        1956 Spring, "A Vineyard Is Born"
               1956 Summer, "I Am A Reformed Wine Snob, 2 copies
     04        1957 Summer, "The Rose Story," 2 copies
     05        1959 Spring, "A Home Wine Cellar"
     06        1965 Spring, "Ungrafted Vines - Nearly 2 Million of Them"
     07        "An ABC Of Wine Information," n.d.
               "Almaden Triumphs At California Judgings," n.d.
               "Gastronomy In New York," n.d.
     08     News from Welch's, The Welch Grape Juice Company, Inc.,
               Westfield, New York
               "Glamorous Dessert Pleasure With Whole Grape Preserves," n.d.
               [Rice Desserts], n.d.
               "'Shades Of Purple' Is Theme Of Welch's Breakfast Party For
                 Newspaper Food Editors," n.d.
               Correspondence, Wooden, Maria B., Director, Consumer Service
                 Bureau, Richard K. Manoff, Inc. Advertising, 1961 Jul 21
     09     News from the Wine Country, Almaden Vineyards, Los Gatos, California
               1952 Spring-Summer, 2 copies
     10        "Champagne," n.d.
               "Dictionary Of Wine Names And Wine Terms,"n.d.,  incomplete
               "Dining Room Pink," n.d., 2 copies
     11        "FS Wines Win 33 Honors," n.d., 2 copies
               "Merger Of Historic Vineyards," n.d.
               "Vino Al Fresco (Or Cool Thoughts About Warm Weather Bottles)," n.d.
     12        "Wine Awards at the California State Fair," n.d.
               "Wine Dictionary, Out In June, Has Big Advance Sale," n.d.
     13     News Notes from Hotpoint Home Economics Division
               1945 Feb, Vol. 2, No. 2, [incomplete]
     14     News of Norway, Norwegian Information Service, Washington, D. C.
               1953 Apr 09, Vol. 10, No. 14, "NATO Urged to Discuss Shift
                 in World Situation"
     15     Nouvelles des Vignobles, Frederick Wildman and Sons, Importers,
               New York
               1959 Nov 09, Vol. I, No. 7, "Heroism In February"
               1959 Apr 27, Vol. I, No. 8, "Of Graves And Fish"
               1959 Jun 24, Vol. I, No. 9, "Gaspard And His 'Hermitage'"
               1959 Nov 23, Vol. II, No. 2, "Of Books And Things"
               1960 Mar 28, Vol. II, No. 3, "Armand Rousseau"
               1960 May 24, Vol. II, No. 4, "Springtime Lamb"
               1961 Apr 10, Vol. II, No. 8, "Beaujolais"
               1962 Sep 15, Vol. III, No. 1, "The Passing Of Three Restaurants"
               1962 Oct 01, Vol. III, No. 2, "Scotland - And Scotch Whiskey"
               1964 Sep 15, Vol. IV, No. 7, "September In Brittany -
                 Mollusks And Muscadet"
               1965 Mar 25, Vol. IV, No. 9, "Game Keeping"
     16     The Nut Cracker, From Pacific Kitchen, Emma States, Director,
               Seattle, Washington
               1948 Christmas Issue, Vol. 2, No. 4, "Pack A Box Of Filbert
                 Surprises And Share Your Christmas Goodies"
               1949 February Issue, Vol. 2, No. 5, "For Your Special
                 February Parties Serve The New Filbert Lemon Log"
               1949 Harvest Issue, Vol. 3, No. 1, "Harvest Time Brings
                 Northwest Filberts"
               1949 Thanksgiving Issue, Vol. 3, No. 2, "Filberts Make
                 Thanksgiving Festive"
               1952 Autumn Issue, Vol. 6, No. 2, "Blue Pirate And Cascade
                 Brand Walnuts Proclaim Holiday Season"
               Harvest Issue, Vol. 7, No. 1, "New Crop Of Filberts On Market," n.d.
               Holiday Issue, Vol. 9, No. 1, "Filberts Herald Coming Holidays," n.d.
               Special Issue, Vol. 9, No. 2, "Lifetime Supply Of Filberts
                 Given Pillsbury Recipe Contest Winner," n.d.
     17     Nutrition News, National Dairy Council, Chicago, Illinois
               1949 Apr, Vol. 12, No. 4, "Breakfast With High-Quality Protein"  
               1957 Apr, Vol. 20, No. 4, "Programs For The Aged"
               1958 Apr, Vol. 21, No. 2, "Food For The Older Patient"
               1957 Oct, Vol. 20, No. 5, "Trends In Family Diets"
               1960 Apr, Vol. 23, No. 2, "Calcium Needs Of Adults And Older People"
               1961 Oct, Vol. 24, No. 3, "The Science Of Nutrition In The U. S. S. R."
     18     Nutrition Notes, United Fresh Fruit And Vegetable Association, Washington, D. C.             
               1948 Nov, "Enjoying Food"
               1967 Jul, No. 44, "Some Less Known Effects Of Well Known Vitamin C"
     19     Nutrition Research, Sunkist Research Staff, Los Angeles, California
               1941 Mar, Vol. 1, No. 2, "Tubercular Patients Show Greater
                 Need For Vitamin C"
               "New Style Fats," n.d.
     20     Pacific Kitchen, Western Home Economics Center For Creative
               Cookery, Seattle, Washington
               Correspondence, McGregor Dee, Director to Food Editor, generic letter, 1963 Feb
               "Good Eating Portrait Of Gourmet Delight In Pears Mona Lisa Dessert," n.d.
               "Mountain Bartlett Pears Best Fruit Buy," n.d.
               "Pack A Bit Of Summer In September's School Lunch," n.d.
               "A Patio Party Favorite - California Bartlett Pears," n.d.
               "Pear Reflection Salad Is Reminder Of Spring," n.d.
               "Serve Frosty Pear Melon Ball Cocktail To Start Warm Weather Meal," n.d.
     21     Peanut News, National Peanut Council, Washington, D. C.
               1959, "March 1 to 7 Is National Peanut Week" - Peanut Fact Sheet, 2 copies
               "A Dozen Colorful Peanut Facts," n.d.
     22     Pearadise News, Pacific Coast Canned Pear Service, Yakima, Washington
               "Make 'Homey' Canned Pear Desserts," n.d., 2 copies
     23     Pearadise Recipes, from Pacific Kitchen, Seattle, Washington
               "Taste Tempting Salads and Desserts made quick and easy with
                 Canned Pears," n.d., 2 copies      
     24     Pear-A-Graphs, California Bartlett Edition, Oregon-Washington-
               California Pear Bureau, Seattle, Washington
               1951, Issue No. 4, "Ripe California Pears Are Fruit Treat"
               Issue No. 10, "Fresh Pears Highlight Summer Season"
     25     Pear-A-Graphs, Oregon-Washington Bartlett, Oregon-Washington
               Fresh Bartlett Pear Council, Seattle, Washington
               Fall Issue, "Sweetest Fruit...Fresh Bartletts...In Season," n.d.
     26     Pear-A-Graphs, Western Bartlett, West Coast Fresh Bartlett Pear
               Industry, Seattle, Washington
               "Mountain Bartletts At Peak Of Season," n.d.
     27     Pear-A-Graphs, For Home Economists, Oregon-Washington-
               California Pear Bureau Home Economics Department, Seattle, Washington
               1944 Oct, Vol. 2, No. 1, "Check Yourself...How Many Of These Questions
                 About Fresh Fall And Winter Pears Can You Answer Correctly?"                           
               1944 Dec, Vol. 2, No. 3, "Brighten Winter Menus With Fresh Fruit..."
               1945 Jan, Vol. 2, No. 4, "Use Fresh Winter Pears Like
                 Apples...and With Apples For Mid-Winter Treats!"  
               1945 Feb, Vol. 2, No. 5, "For February Festivities...Fresh
                 Pears Are Easy-To-Serve, Gay and Refreshing"
               1945 Oct, Vol. 3, No. 1, "Fall Russet BOSC Pears Follows
                 Bartlett...To Start The 'Late Pear' Season"  
               1945 Nov, Vol. 3, No. 2, "Now Is The Time To Enjoy Luscious
                 Fall Russet BOSC And Anjour Pears!"          
               1945 Dec, Vol. 3, No. 3, "Fresh Pears Paired With Oranges
                 And Cranberries Provide Tempting Winter Salads And Desserts!"     
               1946 Jan-Feb, Vol. 3, No. 4, "Vary Winter Menus With Fresh
                 Pear Desserts...It's Fun"                         
               1946 May-Apr, Vol. 3, No. 5, "Favorites For Flavor-Fresh
                 Pears Teamed With Cheese-Cheddar, Swiss, Roquefort,
                 Cottage or Cream Cheese"           
               1946 Sep-Oct, Vol. 4, No. 1, "Winter Pears Are Here Again!
                 Now's The Time To Enjoy Fresh Full-Flavored Fall Russet BOSC!"         
               1946 Holiday Issue, Vol. 4, No. 1, "Feature Fresh Winter
                 Pears For Holiday Salads...Accompaniments...Centerpieces...Dessert"
     28        1947 Mar-Apr, "Winter May Be Almost Over But 'Winter' Pears
                 Are Still In Season-And Will Be Until Late Spring!"
               1947 Fall Issue, "Fresh Pears Make Debut On Fall Market"
               1948 Mid-Winter Issue, "Ripe Pears Plentiful During Mid-Winter"
               1948 Holiday Issue, "Fresh Pears Fit Into Gay Holiday Fare"
               1949 Fall Issue, "BOSC Pears Make Debut On Fall Market"
               1949 Mid-Winter Issue, "Ripe Pears Are Midwinter Fruit Favorite"
               1949 Holiday Issue, "Holiday Pears For Gay Entertaining"
               1950 Fall Issue, "BOSC Pears Herald Autumn Season"
               1950 Mid-Winter Issue, "Nutritious Pears Give Quick Energy"
               1950 Holiday Issue, "Ripe Pears Are Finest Holiday Fruit"
               1961-1962 Issue, "Brighten Up Time With Fresh Pears"   
     29        Fall Issue, "All Good Things Come In Pears," n.d. 
               Fall Issue, "Anjou, BOSC, Comice Pears Hear!," n.d.
               Holiday Issue, "Serve Fresh Peas For Holiday Enjoyment," n.d.
               Mid-Winter Issue, "Anytime Is Family Pear Time," n.d.
               Winter Issue, "Fresh Western Pears On Plentiful Food List," n.d.
     30        "Salad- That's Always in Season," n.d.
               "Stretch Your Fruit Ration With Point-Saving Pears!," n.d.
     31     Pear-A-Graphs, on diet, Oregon-Washington Pear Research Bureau
               Vol. I, No. 1, "Fresh Pears May Be on Menu from August to April," n.d.
               Vol. I, No. 2, "From Persia to Pacific Northwest," n.d.
               Vol. II, No. 1, "Science Approves Properties of Pears," n.d.
     32     Plum Fruit Flashes, Pacific Kitchen, Washington Fruit
               Commission, Yakima, Washington
               Vol. 15, No., 1, "Hail The Royal Fruit Washington Fresh
                 Purple Plums," n.d.
     33     Poultry World, Official Organ of The National Poultry Club of
               America ad International Poultry Society
               1949 Apr, Vol. 40, No. 12, "The Blue-Egg-Laying Araucana Fowl"
     34     The Produce News, New York
               1956 Jun 15, "Spotlight Now Focused On Delmarva Peninsula As
                 Crops Start to Come" 
               "History of Apple Week," n.d.
               "Commercial Apple Varieties," n.d.
               Correspondence, Preston, Walter, Chairman, Publicity
                 Committee, New York Apple Week, generic letter
     35     Pure Vanilla, Home Economics Department, Bernard L. Lewis,
               Inc., New York
               1955 Jun, [Icebox Desserts]
               1955 Aug, [Refrigerator Pies]
               1956 Feb, [Hot Cross Buns]
               1956 Jun, [Vanilla]
               1956 Jul, [Fruit Sherbert]
               1956 Nov, [Stuffing]
               1956 Dec, [Christmas Cookies]
     36        1957 Jan, [Sauces]
               1957 Mar, [Pancakes]
               1957 Apr, [Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream]
               1957 May, [Maypole Cake]
               1957 Jun, [French use Vanilla]
               1958 Oct, [Pure Vanilla Extract vs Imitation Vanilla Extract]
               1958 Nov, [Fruit Pies]
               1958 Dec, [Christmas Candies]
     37        1959 Apr, [Role of Vanilla]
               1959 Jul, [Real Vanilla Ice Cream]
               1959 Sep, [Vanilla Cookies]
               1959 Dec, [Home Christmas Candy]
               1960 Feb, [Petits Fours]
               1960 Jun, [French Pastries]
               1960 Aug, [Picnic Cake]
               1960 Nov, [Pure Vanilla is Enhancer of Other Flavors]
     38        1961 Feb, [Fragrance of True Vanilla]
               1961 Jun, [First Entertaining]
               1961 Dec, [Vanilla Christmas Pie]
               1962 Feb, [Edible Symbols]
               1962 Dec, [Old-Fashioned Christmas Treats]
     39     Quaker Quotes, Home Economics Department, The Quaker Oats
               Company, Chicago, Illinois
               "Any Time is Pancake Time," n.d., 2 copies
               "The Art Of Baking Bread," n.d.
               "Breads Add Glamour," n.d.
               "Breakfast is Ready!," n.d.
               "Breakfasts...Old and New," n.d.
               "Breakfast Your Key To Personality," n.d.
               "Christmas Pot Pourri," n.d.
               "Cooky Carnival," n.d.
               "???Do You Know...About Quaker and Its Products???," n.d.
     40        "First Call To Breakfast," n.d.
               "Fun With a Foreign Flavor," n.d.
               "Going My Way For Breakfast," n.d., 2 copies
               "Harvest Of Lunches," n.d., incomplete
               "Holiday Almanac," n.d.
               "Holiday Highlights," n.d.
               "Holiday Treasures," n.d.
               "Holiday Treats for You!," n.d.
               "It's Summertime, You Know!," n.d.
               "Know Your Oats," n.d.
     41        "Oats Porridge Hot...Oats Porridge Cold...Is Good!," n.d.
               "Pancake Mix Stars Inside," n.d.
               "Pancakes On Parade," n.d., 2 copies
               "The Party Line," n.d., 2 copies
               "Ready-Mixes: A New Era," n.d.
               "Scotland's Gifts to Us: Oatmeal," n.d.
               "Sweet Magic For Spring," n.d., incomplete
               "Swing into Spring," n.d.
               "What's Your Breakfast P.Q. (Personality Quotient)?," n.d.
     42     RFD Letter to Radio Farm Directors, U.S. Department of
               Agriculture Radio Service
               1947 Jan 31, [World Food Situation; Rural Health Needs; Commodities]
     43     Recipes News, from the Home Service Kitchen, John F. Jelke
               Company, Chicago, Illinois
               1937 Nov, Vol. 4, No. 3, [Thanksgiving Dinner]
               1938 May, Vol. 4, No. 9, [Mother's Day, incomplete]
               1938 Jun, Vol. 4, No. 10, [Wedding]
               19[??] Jun, [3rd Anniversary, Parties for the Bride]
     44     Red Wheel Magic, Research Kitchen of American Stove Company,
               Cleveland, Ohio
               1932 Jun, Vol. 1, No. 10, "The Importance of Fine Flavors in Cookery"
               1933 Jan, Vol. 2, No. 5, "The Romance of Crackers"
               1933 Feb, Vol. 2, No. 6, "A Short Story of Condensed Milk"
               1933 Jun, Vol. 2, No. 10, "About Bananas"
               1933 Oct, Vol. 3, No. 2, "The Story of Yeast"
               1934 Jan, Vol. 3, No. 5, "Cheese The Versatile Food"
               1934 Feb, Vol. 3, No. 6, "A Thermometer for Roasting Meat"
               1934 Mar, Vol. 3, No. 7, "What's In a Piece of Beef"
               1934 Apr, Vol. 3, No. 8, "From Golden Wheat Fields to
                 Perfect Cake"
               1934 Oct, Vol. 4, No. 2, "Lard, From Kettle to Cake"
               1934 Nov, Vol. 4, No. 3, "The Cocomalt Way"
     45        1935 Mar, Vol. 4, No. 7, "Baking Powder Biscuits"
               1935 Apr, Vol. 4, No. 8, "Egg Season," incomplete
               1935 May, Vol. 4, No. 9, "Butter - A Superior Food"
               1935 Oct, Vol. 5, No. 2, "The Coffee Story"
               1935 Dec, Vol. 5, No. 4, "The Long and the Short of Dried
                 Fruit Cookery"
               1936 Jan, Vol. 5, No. 5, "Kernel Wheat Modernist
                 Extraordinary"
               1936 Feb, Vol. 5, No. 6, "Oven Temperatures and Roasting"
               1936 Apr, Vol. 5, No. 8, "Home Canning and Glass Jars"
               1936 Dec, Vol. 6, No. 4, "Dates from the Garden of Eden
                 Romance, Adventure, Science, all Part of the Date Industry"
               1937 Jan, Vol. 6, No. 5, "Molasses"
               1937 Feb, Vol. 6, No. 6, "SALT - Its Romantic History - Its Refining"
               1937 Mar, Vol. 6, No. 7, "The Production of Milk"
               1937 Apr, Vol. 6, No. 8, "Your Own Fountain of Youth
                 Romance, Health and Beauty in Florida Citrus Fruits"
               1937 Sep, Vol. 7, No. 1, "Oh, Dear! What Can the Matter Be?,"
                 [Cake Failure], 2 copies
               1937 Nov, Vol. 7, No. 3, "Ever Since Eve" [Apples], 2 copies
               1938 Jan, Vol. 7, No. 5, "Baking Powder Biscuits"
               1938 Apr, Vol. 7, No. 7, "Oh, Dear! What Can the Matter Be?"
                 [Custard Pie]
               1938 Sep, Vol. 8, No. 1, "Oh, Dear! What Can the Matter Be?"
                 [Meringues on Pies]
               1938 Oct, Vol. 8, No. 2, "Oh, Dear! What Can the Matter Be?"
                 [Yeast Bread]
               1938 Nov, Vol. 8, No. 3, "Now It Can Be Fried"
               1938 Dec, Vol. 8, No. 4, "Everybody Likes Bacon"
               1938 Dec, Vol. 8, No. 5, "There's a Story in Brazil Nuts!
                 The Menu Marvel from the Amazon"             
               1939 Apr, Vol. 8, No. 8, "Canned Food Facts"
     46     Report from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
               1953 Sep, Vol V, No. 7, "Sharp New Tool For Chemical
                 Research," [incomplete]
               "Make Mine Water...," n.d., [incomplete]

194  01     Reynolds Wrap Up, Reynolds Metal Company, New York City, New York        
               Spring Issue, "Easter Fun And Feast," n.d.
     02     Rice Consumer Service Release, America's Rice Industry,
               Louisville, Kentucky
               No. 5, "Budget-Saving Veal With Rice," n.d.
               No. 6, "Rice Perfect For Two Hot Weather Meals," n.d.
               No. 7, "Rice Makes Delightful Dish For Working-Girl-Housewife," n.d.
               No. 8, "Rice Makes Jiffy-Ready Delicious Summer Dessert," n.d.
               No. 9, "Easy To Fix Cheesed Rice," n.d.
     03        No. 10, "Curried Eggs And Rice Money-Stretching Rave Dish," n.d.
               No. 11, "Eggplant And Rice Medley," n.d.
               No. 12, "New Fresh Fruit And Rice Dessert," n.d.
               No. 13, "Economical Meat Loaf Made Delicious By Rice," n.d.
               No. 14, "Jere's Favorite Rice Dish A Proven Man-Winner," n.d.
               No. 15, "Veal Bangor With Rice A Dish To Rave About," n.d.
               No. 16, "Delicious, Meat-Stretching Baked Rice Jumbo," n.d.
               No. 17, "A Completely Different Treat Rice Fruit Salad," n.d.
               No. 18, "Hearty Rice Casserole Makes One-Dish Meal," n.d.
               No. 19, "An Interesting Variation Olive-Rice Loaf," n.d.
     04        No. 20, "Delicious Easy-To-Fix Orange And Rice Dessert," n.d.
               No. 21, "Rice Beats Wheat As A Body Builder," n.d.
               No. 22, "Small 'Filler' Items Of General Food Interest," n.d.
               No. 23, "Try This Deliciously Different Rice Turkey Stuffing," n.d.
               No. 24, "Rice and Pineapple Dish Adds Zest To Any Meal," n.d.
               No. 25, "A Beautiful, Economical Dish Baked Eggs With
                 Spanish Rice," n.d.
               No. 26, "Economical Meal-On-A-Platter Rice Molds With
                 Creamed Ham," n.d.
               No. 27, "Rice Piquante With Frankfurters A Delicious Popular
                 Supper Treat," n.d.
               No. 28, "Balance Your Budget With Beef and Rice Baked Hash," n.d.
               No. 29, "Rice and Meat Salad Glorifies Left-Overs," n.d.
     05        No. 30, "Fluffy, Tasty Rice Omelet," n.d.
               No. 31, "Beauty-Flavor-Economy Rice-Stuffed Cabbage Leaves," n.d.
               No. 32, "Tasty Fried Rice Dish Answers Quick-Meal Problem," n.d.
               No. 33, "Economical Casserole Of Rice, Cabbage & Tomatoes," n.d.
               No. 34, "Rice and Carrot Ring Basis For Tasty Dishes," n.d.
     06        No. 43, "Tomato Meat Balls In Attractive Rice Nests," n.d.
               No. 44, "Rice and Cheese Croquettes With Delicious Tomato Sauce," n.d.
               No. 45, "Southern Rice Bread With New Festive Look," n.d.
               No. 46, "Curried Rice and Tuna Will Awaken Jaded Palates," n.d.
               No. 47, "Rice In Texas Hash Makes It A One-Dish Meal," n.d.
               No. 48, "Flavorful, Economical Baked Rice and Chicken Broth," n.d.
               No. 49, "Savory Rice Full Of Flavor and Food Value," n.d.
     07        No. 50, "Green Pepper and Rice Casserole Has The New Look," n.d.
               No. 52, "Molded Rice Pudding Makes Easy, Different Dessert," n.d.
               No. 53, "Veal and Rice Ring Simplifies Summer Meals," n.d.
               No. 54, "Colorful Rice Stuffed Tomatoes With Sharp Cheese Sauce," n.d.
               No. 55, "Cherry Rice Makes Cool Refreshing Dessert," n.d.
               No. 56, "Creamed Mushrooms On Fluffy White Rice Makes Easy
                 Supper Dish," n.d.
               No. 57, "Rice Supper Salad," n.d.
               No. 58, "Corn Cutlets With Rice Make Tasty Low-Cost Dish," n.d.
               No. 59, "Rice Pudding With Lemon, Excellent Meal Topper!," n.d.
     08        No. 60, "A Different Type of Rice Dish to Accompany Meats, Vegetables," n.d.
               No. 61, "Try Rice Waffles For Something Deliciously Different!," n.d.
               No. 62, "Veal Paprika With Rice Border Makes Easy,
                 Economical 'Company,'" n.d.
               No. 63, "Filler Items of Interest To Housewife - Cooks," n.d.
               No. 64, "Caramel Rice Cake A New Kind Of Dessert," n.d.
               No. 65, "Chicken Asparagus on Rice a Real Taste Sensation," n.d.
               No. 66, "Rice Cheese Ring a Meal in Itself," n.d.
               No. 67, "Bacon Rice Muffins Offer Flavorful Hot Bread," n.d.
               No. 68, "Chop Suey Dinners Are Easy And Fun," n.d.
               No. 69, "Rice Timbales With Cheese Sauce," n.d.
     09        No. 70, "Rice Date Dessert Is Quick, Delicious," n.d.
               No. 71, "Colorful Creole Rice Glorifies The Meal," n.d.
               No. 77, "Green Rice," n.d.
               No. 78, "Quick Chili Con Carne With Rice," n.d.
               No. 79, "Egg Rice Salad," n.d.
     10        No. 80, "Pork Chops and Rice Creole," n.d.
               No. 85, "Shrimp and Rice Solves Lenten Menu Problem," n.d.
               No. 86, "Tuna and Rice Almond Dish Combines Popular Foods," n.d.
               No. 87, "An Alliance of Rice and Salmon Makes 'Friday Pie,'" n.d.
               No. 88, "Rice Cheese Souffle Good Fast Day Dish," n.d.
               No. 89, "Salmon and Rice Provides Delightful Meatless Dish," n.d.
     11        No. 90, "Budget-Wise Homemakers Appreciate Delicious Creole
                 Eggs and Rice," n.d.
               No. 91, "Make Liver Popular - Serve Rice and Mexican Braised Liver," n.d.
               No. 92, "A Toothsome Pilaf Blends Rice With Chicken Livers
                 or Sea Food," n.d.
               No. 94, "Toasted Rice Stuffing For Baked Chicken New Flavor Interest," n.d.
               No. 95, "Rice Aids Food Budget In Chicken A La Creole," n.d.
               No. 96, "'Picadillo' Is Cuban Rice Dish Suitable For Buffet Meals," n.d.
               No. 97, "Chinese Spareribs With Rice For Out-Door Cooking," n.d.
               No. 98, "Fluffy White Rice Makes Chop Suey Of Famous Derby-
                 Town Dish," n.d.
               No. 99, "Use The Last Pieces of Your Baked Ham for 'Ham Jam'
                 With Rice!," n.d.
     12        No. 100, "Easy-To-Fix Deviled Ham Rice Fritters Perfect For
                 Summer Meals," n.d.
               No. 101, "Everyone Will Like Fluffy White Rice and Egg Fu-Yung," n.d.
               No. 102, "Take It Easy - Serve These Tomato Rice Croquettes," n.d.
               No. 103, "The 'Best Yet' Rice and Barbecued Hash Uses Left-
                 Overs or Economy Meat Cuts," n.d.
               No. 104, "Rice 'N Cream Ring Good For 'Dessert and Coffee' Party," n.d.
               No. 105, "Rice Meat Stuffing In Green Peppers Makes
                 Economical, Tasty Dish," n.d.
               No. 106, "Rice Cooked in Chicken Broth is a Treat With or
                 Without Saffron," n.d.
               No. 107, "Kentucky Rice Puffs Add Interest to Summer Meals," n.d.
               No. 108, "Rice Diet For Heart Ailments and High Blood
                 Pressure Given Widespread Use in Miami, Florida," n.d.
               No. 109, "'Duck Creole' Makes Delicious and Unusual Gravy for
                 Duck or Frying Size Chicken and Rice," n.d.
     13        No. 110, "Light Lacy Rice Cakes Suitable For Breakfast Treat
                 or Dessert!," n.d.
               No. 111, "Shrimp Dugan Combines Rice and Shrimp in
                 Delightful Dish," n.d.
               No. 112, "Marshmallows and Tart Jelly Top Rice and Raisin Pudding," n.d.
               No. 117, "Rice-Pork Dish Causes Calls For More!," n.d.
               No. 118, "Rice Poultry Stuffing for Thanksgiving Bird!," n.d.
               No. 119, "Apple Raisin Rice Pudding Wholesome Dessert For Children," n.d.
     14        No. 120, "Fluffy White Rice Perfect Accompaniment for Duck," n.d.
     15        No. 150, "Rice Meal In A Dish," n.d.
               No. 151, "Rice Butterscotch With Nut Sauce," n.d.
               No. 152, "Avocado Rice Salad," n.d.
               No. 159, "Creamed Turkey On Festive Rice," n.d.
     16        No. 160, "Acorn Squash Stuffed With Rice," n.d.
               No. 161, "Apple Rice Pudding With Butterscotch Meringue," n.d.
               No. 162, "Turkey Squares," n.d.
               No. 163, "'Shrimp Jambalaya' Perfectly Delicious Describes
                 'Shrimp Jambalaya,'" n.d.
               No. 164, "Chicken and Rice Salad," n.d.
               No. 165, "Rice and Molasses Pudding," n.d.
               No. 166, "Eat 'Hopping John' On New Year's Day For Good Luck
                 Throughout The Coming Year," n.d.
     17        No. 171, "Tasty Rice and Sausage Casserole is a Low Cost
                 Quickie for Good Eating," n.d.
               No. 172, "Delicious Mary McMeekin Rice and Fish Dinner is a
                 Harmony of Flavors on a Platter," n.d.
               No. 173, "Frozen Cherry Rice Delight is a Sparkling Dessert
                 With Family Appeal," n.d.
               No. 174, "Mary McMeekin Fluffy Tender Rice," n.d.
               No. 175, "Mary McMeekin's Savory Rice and Sardine Loaf
                 Combines Deep Sea Goodness and Satisfying Rice," n.d.
               No. 176, "Easy Rice Ring Is An Economical Way To Serve A
                 Masterpiece In Flavor," n.d.
               No. 177, "Deep Dish Flavor Of Rice And Deviled Egg Casserole
                 Rates As Tops For Eating Enjoyment," n.d.
     18        No. 190, "Superbly Delicious, Inexpensive, Versatile -
                 French Fried Rice - Newest Eating Discovery," n.d.
               No. 191, "Luscious Pineapple and Rice Freeze Has Refreshing
                 First Bite Goodness," n.d.
               No. 192, "Applause Winner...Rice and Chicken Salad Delights
                 the Family and S-T-R-E-T-C-H-E-S the Budget," n.d.
               No. 193, "Mary McMeekin's Rice and Snap Bean Special is a
                 Top-Of-The Stove Quickie," n.d.
               No. 194, "One of the Best! Casserole of Rice and Luncheon
                 Meat is Top for Taste!," n.d.
               No. 195, "Rice and Peach Dessert Makes Cooking a Joy and
                 Eating a Dream," n.d.
               No. 196, "Everybody Enjoys This Tempting Salad of Rice and
                 Tuna Stuffed Tomatoes," n.d.
               No. 197, "Rice and Vegetable Hot Cakes Bring the Family to
                 the Table at the First Call," n.d.
               No. 198x, "Quickly Broiled Rice and Vegetable Platter Gives
                 a Meal an Inexpensive Glamour Touch," n.d.
               No. 199x, "Delightful Rice and Cranberry Dessert Is Topped
                 With a Mouth Melting Coconut Meringue," n.d.
     19        No. 200x, "Thrifty and Tender Rice Is Served With a 'News
                 Making' Sweet Barbecued Meat," n.d.
               No. 201x, "'Best of All' Rice and Cheese Loaf With Creole
                 Tomato Sauce Makes Spectacular Eating," n.d.
               No. 206x, "Thrifty Rice in Combination With Ham and Apples
                 Perks Up Tired Menus," n.d.
               No. 207x, "Hawaiian Chicken With Rice Will Dazzle the Family
                 With Extra Special Flavor," n.d.
               No. 208x, "Intriguing Rice and Apricot Pudding Has Eating
                 Perfection In Every Bite," n.d.
               No. 209x, "Golden Rice and Sausage Muffins Are a Delicious
                 Hot Bread Treat," n.d.
     20        No. 235, "Shrimp A La Virginia Combines Tender Rice With
                 Oceans of Seaworthy Flavor," n.d.
               No. 236, "Tender Rice S-T-R-E-T-C-H-E-S Meat In Praise
                 Promoting Cabbage Rolls," n.d.
               No. 237, "Rice, Apple and Raisin Pudding Is Topped With a
                 Mouth Watering Coconut Meringue," n.d.
               No. 238, "Eat Hopping John On New Year's Day For Good Luck
                 Throughout the Coming Year," n.d.
     21        No. 243, "Irresistible Rice and Cheese Puffs Are Extra
                 Enticing When Served With A Hot Vegetable Sauce," n.d.
               No. 244, "Mary McMeekin's 'Top of the Stove' Rice and Bacon
                 Dish Is Sumptiously Savory Eating," n.d.
               No. 245, "Rice and Raisin Fritters With an Orange Sauce
                 Makes a Really Yummy Dessert," n.d.
               No. 246, "Rice and Black Bean Soup Is Just The Dish For A
                 Hurry Up Meal," n.d.
     22        No. 258, "Mary McMeekin's Rice and Salmon Porcupines Are
                 Fast-To-Fix and Oh-Oh-So Good," n.d., 2 copies
               No. 259, "Fried Rice And Ham Features Really Succulent
                 Flavor," n.d., 2 copies
     23        No. 260, "Rice Mocha Pudding Is A New Idea For A
                 Conversation Stopping Dessert," n.d., 2 copies
               No. 261, "Economical Rice and Cheese Patties Are Served With
                 A Hot Tomato Sauce," n.d., 2 copies
               No. 266, "Rice and Chicken Salad With Oranges Will Dazzle
                 The Family With Extra Special Flavor," n.d.
               No. 267, "A Really Distinctive Main Dish Is This Sparkling
                 Good Rice Beef Roll," n.d.
               No. 268, "Rice and Fish Made a Sumptuous Seashore Skillet
                 Which Scores Instant Success," n.d.
               No. 269, "Glamorous and Good - Rice Chocolate Souffle Is
                 Always The 'Just Right' Dessert," n.d.
     24        No. 460, "Chicken Italiano With Olive-Cheese Gravy," n.d.
               No. 461, "Oysters, Olives and Rice En Casserole," n.d.
               No. 462, "Favorite Rice Pudding With Oriental Sauce," n.d.
               No. 463, "Beef Alla Neapolitan," n.d.
               No. 464, "Cinnamon Apple-Rice Pudding With Custard Sauce," n.d.
     25     Rice Consumer Service
	           Correspondence, McMeekin, Mary, Chief Food Economist, [1952]
	           Correspondence, McMeekin, Mary, Chief Food Economist, n.d.
     26     Rice Reporter, News from Uncle Ben's Converted Rice, Converted
               Rice, Inc, New York City, New York
               1947 Mar 11, "Fact Sheet On Uncle Ben's Converted Rice"
     27     The Road Map, Research Kitchen, American Stove Company,
               [Cleveland, Ohio]
               1938 Nov, Vol. 1, No. 11, "Speed Breakfast Demonstrations"
     28     Rossotti Self Service Merchandiser, Rossotti Lithograph
               Corporation, Packaging Consulting Division, North Bergen,
               New Jersey
               1958 Nov, Vol. 6, No. 11, "Measure For Measure"
               1959 Jul, Vol. 7, No. 7, "Outlook: Fair And Froster"
               1959 Aug, Vol. 7, No. 8, "The Salted Meats Of Summer"
               1959 Oct, Vol. 7, No. 10, "What To Put On The Package?"
               1960 Nov, Vol. 8, No. 11, "The Incredible Cranberry"
               1960 Dec, Vol. 8. No. 12, "Hot Drinks For The Holidays"
               1961 Jun, Vol. 9, No. 7, "The New Tower Of Pizza"
               1961 Aug, Vol. 9, No. 8, "Sweet Summer Brews"
               1962 Jan-Feb, Vol. 10, No. 1, "The Smoke Of Contentment"
               1962 May-Jun, Vol. 10, No. 3, "Of Malt And Men"
               1963 Mar-Apr, Vol. 10, No. 2, "Super Soups For Supermarkets"
               1963 Nov-Dec, Vol. 10, No. 10, "Holiday Hospitality Or
                 Around The World In Tasty Ways"
               1963 Jan-Feb, Vol. 11, No. 1, "Who Put That Horn Of Plenty
                 In The Pantry?"
               1963 Mar-Apr, Vol. 11, No. 2, "English As She Is Spoke"
     29     Rums of Puerto Rico Newsletter, New York City, New York
               (Information on the progress of the Puerto Rican Rum
               Promotion and market conditions)
               1959, "The Renaissance of Rum"
               "Ruminations on Rum How To Be A Rum Genius," n.d. 
               "Summer Drink Suggestions," n.d.

195  01     San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau News, San Francisco, California
               [1967] Feb 09, "Have A Yen For The Oriental? Celebrate
                 Chinese New Year's"
     02     Seafood Newsletter, New Bedford Sea Food Council, New Bedford, Massachusetts
               [3rd Annual Scallop Festival], n.d.
               "Pearl Of The Atlantic...the story of the Atlantic Ocean
                 scallop," n.d.
               "If you're writing about SCALLOPS, you should know that," n.d.
               "What Is A Scallop?," n.d., 2 copies
     03     Spice For Flavor, Home Economics Department, Bernard L. Lewis,
               Inc., New York City, New York
               1952 Feb, [Nutmeg]
               1952 Apr, [Bay Leaf]
               1952 May, [Cayenne Pepper]
               1952 Jun, [Paprika]
               1952 Jul, [Golden Mustard]
               1952 Sep, [Chili Powder]
               1952 Dec, [Five Baking Spices: Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Ginger,
                 Allspice, and Ginger]
     04        1953 Apr, [Ham]
               1953 Jul, [Barbecue]
               1953 Nov, [Stuffing]
     05        1954 Jul, [[Hamburgers]
               1954 Aug, [Tongue]
               1954 Oct, [Stuffed Vegetables]
               1954 Nov, [Soup]
               1954 Dec, [Christmas Cookies]
     06        1955 Feb, [Nutmeg]
               1955 Jul, [Black Pepper]
               1955 Sep, [Ginger]
               1955 Oct, [Chili Powder, the American Curry]
               1955 Nov, [Sesame Seed Stuffing]
     07        1956 Feb, [Curry]
               1956 Mar, [Difference Between Black and White Pepper]
               1956 Apr, [Basil]
               1956 May, [Gingerbread]
               1956 Jun, [Paprika]
     08        1956 Jul, [Camp Food]
               1956 Aug, [Pickling]
               1956 Sep, [Nutmeg]
               1956 Oct, [Cinnamon]
               1956 Nov, [Poultry Seasoning]
               1956 Dec, [Poppy Seed]
     09        1957 Feb, [Nutmeg and Mace]
               1957 Apr, [Italian Foods]
               1957 May, [Spanish Foods]
               1957 Jun, [Barbecue]
               1957 Sep, [Black Pepper]
               1957 Nov, [Canned Soup]
     10        1958 Jan, [Allspice]
               1958 Feb, [Bay Leaves]
               1958 Mar, [Poultry Seasoning]
               1958 Apr, [Sweet Basil]
               1958 May, [Knowledge of Different Spices and Herbs]
               1958 Aug, [Pepper]
     11        1958 Sep, [Cinnamon]
               1958 Oct, [Chili Powder]
               1958 Nov, [Ginger]
               1958 Dec, [Nutmeg]
     12        1959 Feb, [Colonial Goodies]
               1959 Mar, [Basil]
               1959 Apr, Oregano]
               1959 May, [Pound Cake]
               1959 Jun, [Barbecue]
     13        1959 Jul, [Red Pepper Family]
               1959 Aug, [White Pepper]
               1959 Sep, [Cinnamon and Chocolate]
               1959 Oct, [Chili Powder]
               1959 Dec, [Cloves]
     14        1960 Feb, [Bay Leaves]
               1960 Apr, [Turmeric]
               1960 May, [Allspice, Spiced Chicken Stock]
               1960 Jun, [Zanzibar and Pemba Cloves]
               1960 Aug, [Paprika]
               1960 Sep, [Cinnamon]
               1960 Oct, [Tex-Mex Cookery; Cumin, Chili Peppers, Chili
                 Powder, Garlic Powder, and Oregano]
               1960 Nov, [Sage]
               1960 Dec, [Nutmeg and Mace, Old English pie sweet spicing]
     15        1961 Jan, [Oregano]
               1961 Mar, [Marjoram]
               1961 Aug, [Home Canning]
               1961 Oct, Press # 1, [Chili Powder]
               1961 Oct, [Television, Chili Peppers, Nazca Shirts]
               1961 Nov, [Gingerbread]
               1961 Dec, [Cardamon]
     16        1962 Jan, [Curry]
               1962 Feb, [Middle Age Cloves and other spices had great snob appeal]
               1962 Mar, [Bay Leaves, Sage, and Thyme]
               1962 Apr, [Paprika, Favorite in Hungarian Kitchens]
               1962 May, [Junket, made of double cream, sweetened with sugar
                 and spiced with cinnamon]
               1962 Jun, [Hot Red Peppers]
               1962 Sep, [Allspice, rare old book on Jamaica written in
                 1740s has description of Allspice]
               1962 Oct, Press # 1, [Chili Powder, incomplete]
               1962 Oct, Press # 2, [Chili Powder], "E pluribus unum" [From
                 many, one, incomplete]
               1962 Oct, [Radio, Chili Powder, Columbus's journal], "Aji (ah-HE),
                 which is their pepper, which is more valuable than pepper,
                 and all the people eat nothing else, it being very wholesome."
               1962 Oct, [Television, Magirist, expert at magirics, Chili Powder]
               1962 Nov, [Sesame, one of the world's oldest spice and oil-seed crops]
               1962 Dec, [Nutmeg, Christmas Cookies]
     17        1963 Jan, [Cloves]
               1963 Feb, [Sauces]
               1963 Mar, [Oregano, the Spanish word for marjoram]
               1963 Apr, [Caraway Seeds]
               1963 May, [Paprika Peppers, Peter Martyn wrote about "Agi"
                 paprika pepper pods in the early 15th Century]
               1963 Jun, [Peppercorn]
               1963 Jul, [Basil, grown in North America as early as 1610 and
                 a great favorite of the first colonists]
               1963 Aug, [Pickling Spices]
               1963 Sep, [History of Cinnamon]
               1963 Oct, [Chili Powder, the only true American Spice]
     18        1964 Mar, [Onion]
               1964 Apr, [Poppy Seeds, as toppings or fillings]     
               1964 May, [Garlic, Spanish explorers brought garlic to the
                 New World]
               1964 Jul, [Bay Leaf]
     19        1965 Feb, Press # 3, [Cinnamon]
               1965 Feb, Special Release, "What Is Pumpkin Pie Spice?"
               1965 Apr, [Oregano, Spanish for Wild Marjoram]
               1965 May, [Sesame Seeds, well known in Old Testament times
                 and was an important food source in the days of Cleopatra]
               1965 Jul, [Red Paprika, is to all light colored foods what
                 lipstick is to a glamour girl's face - bright focal point
                 of allure, a cosmetic in spice]
               1965 Aug, [Peppers, grows on a vine like grapes]
               1965 Sep, [Garlic, dehydrated garlic products]
               1965 Oct, [Mexican Food seasoned with whole chili peppers,
                 Albondigas En Salsa de Almendra]
               1965 Dec, [Nutmeg and Mace, two of the most valuable spices
                 in baking are literally sisters]
     20        1966 Feb, [Mustard]
               1966 Mar, [Bouquet Garni, a bouquet of herb sprigs tied
                 together with a bit of string, then lowered into a
                 simmering stew or sauce and lifted out intact and
                 discarded at serving time]
               1966 Apr, [Difference between Red Pepper and Cayenne]  
               1966 Jun, [Paprika Peppers and other Capsicum Peppers]
               1966 Jul, [How to Season Fish]
               1966 Aug, [Garlic, dehydrated garlic: instant garlic powder,
                 garlic salt and instant minced garlic]
               1966 Sep, [Black Pepper, Americans use 11 times more black
                 pepper than white pepper]
               1966 Oct, [Chili Powder means chili con carne to most of us]
               1966 Dec, [Cinnamon and Chocolate, a young nun in the early
                 19th Century Mexican convent discovered this blend is delightful]
     21        1967 Jan, [Bay Leaves, or sweet bay laurel]
               1967 Feb, [Chives, chives in egg dishes, with photos]
               1967 Mar, [Onions]
               1967 Apr, Press # 1, [Pepper in outdoor cooking]
               1967 Apr, Press # 3, [Black and White Pepper]
               1967 May, [Garlic]
     22        1967 Jun, [Paprika, among the first five America's favorite spices]
               1967 Jul, [Bay Leaves, Sage and Thyme]
               1967 Aug, [Allspice, is used both whole and ground]
               1967 Sep, [Caraway, famous as a seasoner of pork combinations
               1967 Oct, Press # 1, [Chili Powder]
               1967 Oct, [Special "SJ," Chili Powder, ground chili peppers,
                 ground cumin seed, ground oregano and garlic powder are
                 basic ingredients of chili powder]
               1967 Nov, [Poultry Seasoning]

196  01     The Spice of Life, Research and Information Bureau of the
               American Spice Trade Association
               1938 Sep, [Chefs]
               1938 Oct, [Paprika]
               1938 Nov, [Thanksgiving Dinner]
               1941 Apr-May, [Signs of Spring]
               1942 Jan, [British recipes during the war]
               1942 Feb, [Cook on a Budget]
               1942 Oct, [Potatoes, Spinach, and Anise]
               1942 Dec, [Ginger]
               1943 Apr, [Spice Shelf]
               1943 Aug, [Canning and Jelly-Making]
               1943 Oct-Nov, [Caraway]
     02        1944 Jan-Feb, [Fish]
               1944 Aug-Sep, [Nutrition]
               1949 Mar, [Paprika]
               1949 Apr, [Nutmeg, the Spice of the Month]
               1949 May, [Mustard]
               1949 Jun, [Dutch Blue Poppy Seed]
     03        1949 Jul, [Curry]
               1949 Aug, [Cloves]
               1950 Mar, [Southern Hospitality, Southern Colonial recipes]
               1950 Apr, [Southern Louisiana, Creole food]
               1950 May, [Hawaiian Cookery]
               1950 Sep, [Southwestern Cookery]
     04        1950 Oct, [Northwestern Cookery]
               1951 Apr, [Soups and Stews]
               1951 Dec, [Ginger, the spice of noblemen]
               19[??] Oct, "Ginger Names October's 'Spice Of The Month'"
               19[??] Dec, [Cinnamon, the Spice of the Month for December]
     05     The Spokesman-Review, Dorothy Dean's Homemakers' Service,
               Spokane, Washington
               "Cupid's Carnival," n.d.
               "Fashions In Salads," n.d.
     06     Springdale News, Springdale Community Club, Springdale, Virginia
               1965 Feb, Vol. 1, No. 1
               "Officers Are Installed" [and other community news], n.d.
     07     The Spry Spotlight, From the Spry Kitchen, Lever Brothers
               Company, Cambridge, Massachusetts
               [Spry Pastry Mix for Pies: Eggnog Pie, Tangy-Top Mince Pie,
                 New England Pumpkin Pie], n.d.
     08     Straight from the Vine, for the Taylor Wine Company, D'Arcy
               Advertising Company, New York
               1955 Feb, Vol. 1, No. 1, "Wintry Echoes from 'Grape Bowl of the East'"
               1955 Apr, Vol. 1, No. 2, "Taylor Protects Quality Of Wines
                 With Glass Piping"
               1955 Jun, Vol. 1, No. 3, "7th Anniversary Sees Taylor Wines
                 Replant First Site"
               1955 Aug, Vol. 1, No. 4, "Far Lands Send Rare Spices And
                 Herbs for Vermouth"
               1955 Oct, Vol. 1, No. 5, "Visitors Learn from the Past in
                 Colonial Haven That Still Is a Center of Good Talk, Good
                 Food," [incomplete]
               1956 Feb, Vol. 2, No.1, "Only the Vines Sleep in 'Grape Bowl
                 of the East' As Persistent Pruners Put Up Battle with Elements"
               1956 Apr-May, Vol. 2, No. 2, "Harvest Season Finds Finger
                 Lakes Winery Full Of Fragrance And Plump 'Cheeses'"
               1956 Jun-Jul, Vol. 2, No. 3, "June Sparkles With Parties
                 That Call For A Toast," [incomplete]
               1956 Aug-Sep, Vol. 2, No. 4, "Finger Lakes Vineyards Stir
                 With Activity As Heavy Grape Clusters Show Royal Flush"
               1956 Oct-Nov, Vol. 2, No. 5, "Trees On Keuka Lake Hillsides
                 Put On Their Wine-Red War Paint In Honor Of Bountiful
                 Harvest In Vineyards"
     09        1956 Dec-1957 Jan, Vol. 2, No. 6, "Christmas Customs Unite
                 Many Lands," [incomplete]
               1957 Apr-May, Vol. 3, No. 2, "Drowsy Vineyards Stir To Sound
                 of Spring"
               1957 Aug-Sep, Vol. 3, No. 4, "Take Time To Enjoy Gracious
                 Dining, Is Knowing Advice From Expert"
               1958 Apr-May, Vol. 4, No. 2, "Here Comes The Bride-After
                 Long Months of Planning"
               1958 Jun-Jul, Vol. 4, No. 3, "Marinate Broilers In Wine
                 Sauce, Then Tune Up The Barbecue," [incomplete]
               1959 Apr-May, Vol. 5, No. 2, "Icy Keuka Guards Vine Buds
                 Through Fickle April Days"
               1959 Jun-Jul, Vol. 5, No. 3, "Tourists See Art Of Wine
                 Making And Find Welcome," [incomplete]
               1959 Oct-Nov, Vol. 5, No. 5, "Vineyard Harvest Theme From
                 Finger Lakes Is Rich Color"
               1960 Aug-Sep, Vol. 6, No. 4, "Lamb Steaks Star In New
                 Marinade At The Barbecue," [incomplete]
               1961 Feb-Mar, Vol. 7, No. 1, "Come Summer, Come Willing
                 Guests At The Taylor Winery"
               1961 Apr-May, Vol. 7, No. 2, "Finger Lakes Vineyards Awaken
                 After Long, Old-Fashioned Winter"
               1961 Oct-Nov, Vol. 7, No. 5, "Harvest Winds Up As Indian
                 Summer Smiles on Vineyards"
               1962 Apr-May, Vol. 8, No. 2, "Vision Of Harvest Seen In
                 Awakening N. Y. State Vineyards"
               1962 Oct-Nov, Vol. 8, No. 5, "Surprises Make The Holidays...
                 Start Now On Delicious Recipe Surprises," [incomplete]
               1963 Apr-May, "Blue Sky Appetites Will Go All Out for This
                 Lamb Shishkebab"
               1967 Nov-Dec, Vol. 3, No. 4, "Jolly Holly-Days"
     10     Sunkist Bulletin, California Fruit Growers Exchange, Los
               Angeles, California
               1933, Food Lesson Number 6, "School And Home Parties"
               1934, Food Lesson Number 5, "New Fruit Salads"
               1935, Food Lesson Number 1, "Breakfast Is Served"
               1935, Food Lesson Number 6, "We're Having A Party"
               Food Lesson Number 9, "The Place Of Citrus Fruits In The
                 Well Balanced Menu," n.d.
               Food Lesson Number 11, "Citrus Fruit Recipes For Entree And
                 Main Course," n.d.
               Food Lesson Number 12, "Fruit Salads And Salad Dressings," n.d.
               Food Lesson Number 13, "Orange And Lemon Breads, Cakes And Pastries," n.d.
               Food Lesson Number 14, "Fruit Desserts And Marmalades," n.d.
               Food Lesson Number 21, "Building Better Bodies," n.d.
               Food Lesson Number 22, "Better Breakfasts," n.d.
               Food Lesson Number 23, "Better Luncheons For Home And School," n.d.
               Food Lesson Number 24, "Dining Wisely And Well," n.d.
               Food Lesson Number 25, "Fruit In The Modern Salad," n.d.
               Food Lesson Number 26, "Desserts And Special Refreshments," n.d.
     11     Sunkist Growers, Consumer Service Division, Los Angeles, California
               "The End Of The Orange Box Era," n.d.
               "Fresh Lemon Works Wonders With Fish And Shellfish," n.d.
               "Holiday Goodies From Sunkist," n.d.
               "Orange Cranberry Mold," recipe, n.d.
               "Palm Desert Orange Bread," recipe, n.d.
               "Sunkist Lemons Now Carry Brand Name," n.d.
               "Win Applause With Citrus-Grape Punch," n.d.
     12     Sunkist Kitchen, Los Angeles, California
               1938 Apr 22, "May First! May Day! Child Health Day!"
               1944 Nov 28, "Good News For Holiday Candy Makers Are These
                 Fruit Confections"
               1946 Mar 12, "Salads Are Not Rabbit Food-Quote"
               1946 Nov 14, "'No-Seed' California Navel Oranges Are In Season!"
               1947 Mar 11, "They Go Together...A Love Story" [Lemon and Fish]
               1947 Mar 14, "Citrus Surprises For Easter"   
               1947 Nov 10, "Thanksgiving Day Breakfast, Early And Late"
               1947 Dec 02, "The Christmas Orange"
               1948 Feb 06, "Dateline - February," [incomplete]
               1948 Aug 03, "Quickie Coolers"
               1949 Oct 12, "Sunkist Says Fall Festivities Are Fun!"
               1950 Jan 18, "Festive February Fare"
     13        "Citrus Salads from the Sunkist Kitchen," n.d.
               "Fall News from the Sunkist Kitchen," [incomplete], n.d.
               "Fruit Cake In Candied Orange Shells," n.d.
               "Holiday Dinner Menu," n.d.
               "Holiday Trimmings from the Sunkist Kitchen," n.d.
               "Sparkling Salads," 2 copies, n.d.
               "Sunkist's Summer Tips 'N Sips," n.d.
               "Treats From the Sunkist Kitchen," 2 copies, n.d.
     14     Sunshine Foodcasts, Research Division, Loose-Wiles Biscuit
               Company, Long Island, New York
               1933 Dec, "Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year!"
               1935 Dec, "Christmas comes but once a year..."
               1936 Dec-1937 Jan, [Time moves on]
     15     Sweet News, Barton's Bonbonniere, Inc., Brooklyn, New York
               1949 Feb, Vol. 1, No. 4, "St. Valentine's Day"
               1949 Apr, Vol. 1, No. 5, "The Lollypop Egg"
     16     Table Talk, French-Stamats, Inc, Publishers, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
               1935 Mar 11, Vol. 3, No. 37, "What the Stars Predict For
                 Those Born in March," [incomplete]
               Vol. VIII, No. 2, "Westinghouse Kitchen-Proved Electric Range," n.d.
     17     Table Topics, Bellows and Company, Importers and Purveyors of Fine
               Wines, Brandies, Whiskies, etc., New York City, New York
               1945 Oct, Vol. III, No. 2, "Tokyo Restaurant"
               Vol. IV, No. 4, "Chinese Cookery Number," n.d.
     18     Tasty Talk, Pillsbury Junior Home Service Center
               1961 Sep-Oct, [Breakfast]
     19     Tasty Topics, American Molasses Company, New York City, New York
               1947 Oct, Vol. XIV, No. 1, "Smooth-Slice Dark Fruit Cake"
               1948 Sep, Vol. XV, No. 2, "Dark Fruit Cake"
               1950 Oct, Vol. XVII, No. 1, "Molasses...Grandma's Old
                 Fashioned Molasses"
     20     Thought for Food, The Kroger Food Foundation, Cincinnati, Ohio
               1936 Aug 10, "Fresh Fruit Refresh The Wilted Appetite!"
               1936 Aug 24, "Beef Round-Up"
               1937 Feb 08, "Hearts...On The Table!"
               1937 Feb 22, "'Fare' Well In February"
               1937 Mar 01, "Lettuce..Be Thankful"
               1937 Jun 28, "Tall Tinkly Drinks..."
               1937 Jul 05, "Summer Fruits Mingle In Close Harmony"
               1937 Sep 20, "Any Day Is Bean Day In The Fall!"
               1937 Sep 27, "Let's Go A-Gathering Rich Ripe Fruits"
               1937 Nov 15, "Turkey Days Ahead"
               1937 Nov 22, "Thanksgiving, Good Food, Good Friends"
               1937 Nov 29, "New Adventures With...Mince Meat!"
               1937 Dec 06, "Listen Lady! You'll like these Sea Beauties!"
               1937 Dec 20, "Heigh-Ho For The Holiday Feast!"
               1937 Dec 27, "When The Whistles Blow"
               1938 Feb 07, "Feb 14th For a 'Heart-Full' Day!"
               1938 Mar 21, "They'll Eat Up These 'Fish Stories!'"
               1938 Aug 22, "Cereal Thrillers"
               1938 Sep 12, "Spicy Specialties!"
               1938 Sep 29, "Welcome To Our Fall Value Carnival!"
               1938 Oct 10, "Famous Dishes From Other Lands!"
               1938 Nov 14, "King of the Feast!"
               1938 Nov 21, "Home For...Thanksgiving"
               1938 Dec 05, "Aged Before Duty"
               1938 Dec 12, "Yule 'Sweet-Talk'"
     21        1939 Jan 30, "And Potatoes...Of Course!"
               1939 Feb 27, "Lenten Varieties"
               1939 Mar 06, "Such Good Company"
               1939 Mar 13, "Blarney Foods"
               1939 Mar 20, "Deep-Sea Treasures"
               1939 Apr 10, "Modern Spring Tonics"
               1939 Jun 05, "In Tune With June!"
               1939 Aug 21, "Sandwiches...Go Places"
               1939 Aug 28, "They'll Relish These!"
               1939 Nov 27, "Four To 'Make Ready'"
               1940 Feb 26, "Fish with a flair!"
               1940 Mar 04, "Breezy March Menus!"
               1940 Mar 11, "Eggs for Easter!"
               1940 Mar 18, "Day of joyous dining!"
               1940 Apr 22, "Lamb leaps into favor!"
               1940 May 13, "In The Merry Month of May!"
               1940 Aug 12, "Enjoy Sweets o' the Vine"
               1940 Oct 28, "Vegetables With A Difference Meet The Giant Pascal!"
               1940 Nov 04, "Famous 'Timber' For Better Pie Building"
               1940 Nov 11, "Hail King Pumpkin!"
               1940 Dec 16, "Christmas 'Round The Corner"
               1940 Dec 23, "Feast Ye Well and be Merrie!"
               1940 Dec 30, "Hail To The New Year!"
     22        1941 Jan 06, "Pork Plays A Thrift Note"
               1941 Jan 27, "Honors For Steak!"
               1941 Feb 03, "Celebrate the day of Hearts"
               1941 Feb 10, "Famous 'Birthday Fruit'!"
               1941 Mar 10, "Hot News! About Noodles"
               1941 Aug 11, "Missouri 'Shows' You!"
               1941 Nov 10, "Day Of Glad Thanksgiving"
               1941 Dec 22, "Open House for 1942"
               1942 May 04, "Vitality for Victory"
               1942 Sep 14, "Cooking Substitutes In Wartime"
               1942 Oct 26, "National Apple Week!"
               Supplement IV, "Let's Have Company!," n.d.
               Supplement V, "Christmas...Gifts From The Kitchen," n.d.
     23     Thoughts for Food, a monthly publication of the Culinary Society
               1966 May, "The Versatile Mushroom"
     24     Tips from Famous Tables, Dudley-Anderson-Yutzy, New York City,
               New York
               "Hawaiian Room Luau Dishes Are Fun Ingenious Wahinis," n.d.
     25     Tips 'n' Topics, National Institute of Locker & Freezer Provisioners
               1966, Vol. IX, No. 3, "Cook Vegetables On The Grill," [incomplete]
     26     Trade News from Ireland, Irish Export Board, New York City, New York
               "Give Your Menus A New Look With Ireland's Food Specialities," n.d.
               "Irish Delicacies 'Round The Clock," n.d.
               "Irish Food Specialities On Display At National Fancy Food
                 And Confection Show," n.d.
               "New Irish Food And Liquor Exhibit Opens At Ireland House
                 Products Center," n.d.   
     27     The Union League of Philadelphia, Lewis and Gilman, Inc.,
               Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
               [1962], "Union League Announces Year Long Centennial
                 Celebration; Formed In 1862 To Fight Dissolution of U. S."  
               "The Union League of Philadelphia," n.d.
     28     United Fresh For Health Foundation, United Fresh Fruit and
               Vegetable Association, Washington, D. C.
               1953 Aug 07, Report No. 1, "A Record of Progress, The First
                 60 Days of The Fresh For Health Campaign"         
     29     United Fresh Outlook, United Fresh Fruit And Vegetable
               Association, Washington, D. C.
               1960 Aug 05, No. 779, "Paddleford Article in 'This Week'
                 Sees Bright Future for the Fresh" (this article refers to
                 How American Eats, July 31, 1960, "Our Farmers Are Magicians!")   
     30     The United Spud Light, United Potato Division, Washington, D. C.
               1954 Dec 17, Special Edition, "What Will Atomic Radiation
                 Mean To The Potato Business?" 
               1956 Mar 06, "Michigan Engineers Build Improved Specific
                 Gravity Separator"
     31     Universal Kitchen Food Fun, from the Home of Electrical Living,
               Landers, Frary and Clark, New Britain, Connecticut
               19[??] Nov, Vol. 1, No. 4, [Food Mixer]
     32     University of Wisconsin, Women's Page, Madison, Wisconsin
               1956 May 21, "Tasty Strawberry Jam Needs No Cooking"
               1956 Jul 26, "Know How Much To Buy, Serve, To Simplify Group Meals"
               1956 Sep 10, "Canning Season Here For Local Tomatoes"
               1956 Sep 13, "Raw Tomatoes In Season Good For Summer Meals"
               1956 Sep 17, "Heat Before Freezing Is Rule For Vegetables"
               1956 Oct 04, "For Better Breakfasts You'll Need Better Planning"
               1956 Nov 29, "Holiday Cakes Vary In Cost, Time To Bake"
               1957 Apr 15, "Keep Easter Lily To Plant In Garden"
               1957 May 27, "Beans As Food Bargains Good For Summer Picnics"
               1957 Jun 24, "Use Cottage Cheese For Nutritious Summer Meals"
               1957 Jul 04, "If You Eat Outdoors Keep Cooking Job Simple"
               1957 Oct 14, "Squash Proves Versatile, Adds Meal Color, Vitamins"
               1957 Oct 24, "Breadmaking Is An Art Many Homemakers Enjoy"
               1957 Nov 18, "'Junior' Geese to Suit Small Families Ready Soon"
               1958 Jun 23, "Small Turkey Roasts To Hit Market Soon"
               1958 Jul 14, "Sandwiches For A Crowd Stay Fresh If Kept Cool"
               1958 Jul 29, "Pickling Time Means Year-Round Delicacies"
               1958 Aug 01, "Women Are Asking" - Vinegar and Green Beans
               1958 Aug 07, "Make Pickles Same Day Cukes are Harvested"
               1958 Aug 11, "Recook Soft Jellies In Small Amounts"
               1958 Aug 22, "Women Are Asking" - Soft Dill Pickles
               1958 Aug 28, "Compare Egg Prices, Weights Before Buying"
               1958 Oct 20, "For Carving at Table Roast Turkey at Low Heat"
               1958 Dec 25, "Keep Holiday Plants To Grow Outdoors"
               1958 Dec 29, "Pre-Popped Salted Corn Packaged Ready to Heat"
     33        1959 Feb 09, "More Fish Products Now Graded for Quality"
               1959 Feb 16, "Flavorful Sauces Point Up Fish Flavor"
               1959 Mar 12, "Lamb Makes Good Eating In Roasts and Stews"
               1959 Mar 16, "Mint Goes With Lamb In Sauces, Garnishes"
               1959 Jun 18, "Let Dad and Youngsters Grill Their Fish Catch"
               1959 Jun 22, "Make Uncooked Jams From Summer Berries"
               1959 Jun 25, "Package Own Charcoal To Use for Cook-Out"
               1959 Jun 29, "Spareribs Barbecue Well on Outdoor Grill"
               1959 Jul 02, "Cook Vegetables on Grill Along With Hamburgers"
               1959 Jul 27, "Broccoli Keeps Vitamin C If Not Cooked Too Long"
               1959 Aug 10, "For Sandwich Fillings To Carry on Warm Days
                 Add Pickles, Lemon Juice"     
               1959 Aug 13, "Tomatoes Soon Ready To Can or Make Juice"
               1959 Sep 04, "Women Are Asking" - Soft Dill Pickles
               1959 Sep 07, "Pickling Ingredients Key to Good Product"
               1959 Sep 10, "Make Peach Pickles With Plentiful Fruit"
               1959 Nov 19, "At Holiday Baking Time Build Tradition, Have Fun"
               1959 Dec 11, "Women Are Asking" - Electric Appliances
               1959 Dec 17, "Now Large, Heavy Turkeys Turn Into Specialty Items"
               1960 Oct 03, "Cottage Cheese in Foil Keeps Coolest Temperatures"
     34        1961 Apr 20, "Know Dinnerware Types Before You Buy Sets"
               1961 Aug 10, "Keeping Foods Cold First Rule Of Picnic"
               1961 Nov 16, "New Supermarket Aisles Let Homemaker Zigzag"
               1961 Dec 21, "A Gift For The Family Has Special Christmas Spirit"
               1961 Dec 21, "Give Your House A Gift That Lasts Many Years"
               1961 Nov 23, "You Can Freeze Game But Use It Up Soon"
               1961 Dec 25, "Flavor Not Changed When Fish Is Cooked With
                 Skin and Bones"
               1962 Feb 05, "Man's Instinct To Use Milk Led To A Daily Food Need"
               1962 May 24, "Add Campfire Vegetables To Barbecuing Plans"
               1962 May 28, "Onions, Tomatoes Go Well With Outdoor Barbecue"
               1962 Jul 23, "Boneless Turkey Roll Has Flavor of Whole Bird"
               1962 Aug 20, "Faulty Jar Seals Cause Food Spoilage"
               1962 Aug 27, "Takes Right Ingredients To Make Good Pickles"
               1963 Jan 03, "With Extra Years To Live You Need To Plan For Them"
               1963 Jan 21, "Think Backward, Look Ahead When Planning
                 Church Supper"
               1963 May 30, "Cooking Meat In Quantity Poses Several Problems"
               1963 Jul 11, "Be Sure Barbecue Equipment Is Safe, Sturdy and Handy"
               1963 Jul 12, "Women Are Asking" [How long to barbecue
                 vegetables in foil?]
               1963 Jul 18, "For Charcoal Grilling Use Proper Starting"
               1963 Jul 18, "Use Outdoor Grill For Unusual Desserts"
               1963 Aug 26, "Adapt Kalua Pig to Home Cookery Roast and
                 Carve Small Piglet"
               1963 Sep 12, "Know What Meats You Buy Use Proper Cookery"
     35        1964 Jan 27, "High Use of Convenience Foods Doesn't Always
                 Raise Costs"
               1964 Apr 20, "Calves Liver Costs More But Doesn't Offer More"
               1964 Jul 20, "Simple Picnic Foods Have No Dishes To Wash"
               1964 Jul 23, "Cook Fresh Vegetables Over Outdoor Grill"
               1964 Aug 03, "The Secret To Shishkabobs Is Cooking Meat First"
               1964 Oct 22, "Sweets Come Last In Meals with Appeal"
               1965 May 20, "Consider Coloring Pigments in Foods When
                 Cooking Fruits, Vegetables"
               1965 Jun 14, "Try For A Nutrition Bonus With Between-Meal Snacks"
               1965 Sep 20, "Combination Dishes Substitute for Meat"
               1965 Sep 23, "Vary Main Ingredients To Spice Up Casseroles"
               1965 Sep 27, "Double the Casserole Recipe, Use One and
                 Freeze the Other"
               1966 Jan 20, "Add Soda When Substitute Sour Milk, Cream For Fresh"
               1966 Jan 24, "Pork For Dinner Means Flavor Treat"
               1966 Feb 21, "Apply Art Principles, Add Eye Appeal To Meals"
               1966 Feb 24, "Lamb Is Tender Meat, Blends With Many Flavors"
               1966 Mar 31, "Ham Portions Labeled To Tell Part Being Sold"
               19[??] Sep, "Seafoods Easy to Prepare If You Oven Cook Them"
     36     Vitality News, General Mills, Inc.
               1949 Nov, Vol. XVI, No. 4, "General Mills Announces Sensational
                 New Baking Discovery, 'Brown 'N Serve' Rolls," [incomplete]
     37     Washington Fruit Flashes, Washington State Fruit Commission,
               Yakima, Washington
               1948 May, Vol. 1, No. 4, "Elberta Peaches Have Orchard Freshness"
               1948 Jun, Vol. 1, No. 6, "Cherries Here-Leading Parade of Fruits"
               1948 Aug, Vol. 1, No. 7, "Italian Prunes In Plentiful Supply"
               1948 Sep, Vol. 1, No. 8, "Peaches And Pears Canning Favorites"
               1949 May, Vol. 2, No. 2, "Canned Bartlett Pears Have Menu Interest"
               1949 Jun, Vol. 2, No. 3, "Cherries Are Here! Cherries Are Here!"
               1949 Aug, Vol. 2, No. 8, "Bartlett Pears Coming To Market Early"
               1949 Sep, Vol. 2, No. 9, "Washington Italian Prunes In Supply," 2 copies
               Vol. 5, No. 2, "Northwest Cherries In Market Spotlight"
               Vol. 8, No. 1, "July Is Far Northwest Big Cherry Time"
     38     Washington Italian Prune News, Perham Fruit Corporation,
               Yakima, Washington
               "Washington Italian Prunes Market Bound," n.d.
     
197  01     Western Growers Association, Vegetable and Melon Industry of
               California and Arizona, Los Angeles, California
               1949 Feb-Mar, "The 1949 God Rush, Western Carrots"
               1949 Mar 21, "It Doesn't Glitter-But It's Gold, Fresh
                 Western Carrots Are Plentiful"          
               1949 Apr 08, "We Hear From A Crisp Westerner, Plenty of Fine
                 Celery Available Now"                        
               1949 Apr, "Get Your Head Lettuce Now, Prices Are Coming
                 Down-Look for Good Buys"
               1949 Apr, "Please Pass The 'Thistles', Globe Artichokes, A
                 California Favorite"
               1949 Jun [7], "Cool, Crisp, and Succulent, California
                 Iceberg Lettuce Quality Outstanding and Very Reasonable"
               1949 Jun 24, "Come To The 'Cuttin', A Reminder from Western
                 Melon Growers"
               1949 Jun, "How To Pick A Winner, Sweet Fragrant, Western
                 Cantaloupes Are Here"    
               1949 Nov, "Celery, The Budget Vegetables"
     02        1950 Jun-Jul, "Pointers On Choosing And Serving Cantaloupes"
               1950 Nov, "'Old Fashioned' Thanksgiving Dinner"
               1951 Aug-Sep, "What Do Westerners Do About Summer?"
               1951 Oct, "Keep On Enjoying Fresh Tomatoes"
               1953 Jun 15-Aug, "Cantaloupes The Amazing Fruit"
               1953 Nov 25, [Western Iceberg Lettuce]
     03        1954 Mar-Apr, "Flowers For Food"
               1954 May-Jun, "With Thanks To The Persians And Spaniards, Cantaloupes"
               1955 Oct, "The Fascinating Story of Chocolate"
               1958 Mar 30, [Fresh Vegetables]
               1958 Jun 15, [Melons]
               1958 Aug 15, [Sandwiches]
               1958 Sep 15, [Tomatoes]
               1959 Mar 16, [Asparagus]
               1959 Apr 15, [Salad]
               1959 Jun 15, [Honeydew Melon]
               1959 Nov 13, [Holiday Vegetables
     04        1960 Mar 15, [Salads]
               1960 May 16, [Cantaloupes]
               1960 Aug 01, [Melons]
               1960 Aug 15, [Tomatoes
               1960 Nov 21, [Appetizers]
               Correspondence, Telus, Barbara, Director, Consumer Service,
                 Western Growers Association, 1960 Aug 01
     05        1961 Jan 16, [Salads]
               1961 Mar 15, [Asparagus, with photo]
               1961 Jul 14, [Sandwiches]
               1961 Sep 15, [Tomatoes]
               1961 Oct 18, [Celery, with photo]
               1963 Feb 15, [Celery, with photo]
               1963 Feb, "The Eat To Grow Slim Vegetable...Versatile Celery"
               1963 Mar 01, "Water Cress...For The Young At Heart"
               1963 Apr 15, Iceberg Lettuce, with photo
               1963 Jul 15, Tomatoes
               1963 Jul 30, "California's 'love apple' 'The Tomato'"
               1963 Aug, "Sweet Peppers"
     06        1964 Jan, "The All-Around Vegetable...Carrots"
               1964 Feb, "A Sophisticated Thistle...Artichoke"
               1964 Apr 15, "May Is Salad Month"
               1964 Apr, "May Is Salad Month"
               1964 Sep 30, "The Dry Onion"
               1965 Apr, "Spring Salads..Western Style"
               1966 Mar, "Western Grown Asparagus"
               1966 Apr, [Salad Dressing]
               1966 May, "Summer Exodus"
               1966 Jun, "Cool Melons For Hot Summer Days"
               1966 Jul, "The Melon Jewel Of The West"
               1966 Jul, "Western Cantaloupes"
               1966 Oct, "Western Cabbage"
     07        "Artichokes," n.d.
               [Asparagus], n.d.
               "Asparagus...Basic Information," n.d.
               "Baked Tomatoes With Rice," n.d.
               [Barbecue], n.d.
               [Barbecue Fillers], n.d.
               "Basic Information on Beets," n.d.
               "Basic Information on Brussel Sprouts," n.d.
               "Basic Information on Fresh Spinach," n.d.
               "Basic Information on Green Onions," n.d.
               [Bathing Suit Season, Low Calorie, n.d.
               [Beef and Vegetables, n.d.
     08        [Cabbage], n.d.
               "Cabbage...Basic Information," n.d.
               [Cantaloupe], n.d.
               "Carrots...Basic Information," n.d.
               "Carrots, Turnips and Rutabagas," n.d.
               [Cauliflower], n.d.
               [Celery], n.d.
               "Celery...Basic Information," n.d.
               [Chilled Cantaloupe], n.d.
               [Count the Cantaloupe], n.d.
     09        [Fillers], n.d.
               "It's Cantaloupe Time!," n.d.
               "Late Winter Meals With Western Grown Vegetables," n.d.
               [Leeks], n.d.
               [Lettuce], n.d.
               "Lettuce...Basic Information," n.d.
               "May Is Salad Month, The Art of Making A Salad," n.d.
               "May Is Salad Month, Dressing The Salad," n.d.
               "May Is Salad Month, Trimming The Green Salad," n.d.
               [Onions], n.d.
               [Oriental Food], n.d.
     10        [Salads], n.d.
               [Salad Dressing], n.d.
               [Soup], n.d.
               "Spring Comes To The Table With Western Fresh Vegetables," n.d.
               "Squash," n.d.
               [Stuffed Cabbage], n.d.
               "Sweet Peppers," n.d.
               [Vine Ripened Melons], n.d.
               [Vitamin C], n.d.
               "Western Cantaloupe Fillers," n.d.
               [Western Grown Cantaloupes and Watermelon], n.d.
               "Western Spiced Vegetables And Melons," n.d.
     11     What's Going On?, News for members of the staff, New York
               Herald Tribune
               1946 Mar 15, Vol. VIII, No. 11, "Clementine Crashes Time," [incomplete]
               1947 Nov 28, Vol. 9, No. 45, "As Only Clem Can Say It"
               1949 Apr 29, Vol. 10, No. 17, "Meet Clementine"
               1953 Dec 11, Vol. 14, No. 41, "Two More Awards For Herald
                 Tribune Writers"
               1953 Dec 31, Vol. 14, No. 43, "Season's Greetings..."
     12     Wile's Wine and Spirit Circular, Julius Wile Sons and Company,
               New York City, New York
               1936 Sep 05, Vol. II, No. 1, "Rums From Here And There"
               1936 Sep 26, Vol. II, No. 2, "La Champagne Et Le Champagne"
               1936 Oct 10, Vol. II, No. 3, "Sherry Sir?"
               1937 Mar 12, Vol. II, No. 4, "Uisgebeatha-Uisgebaugh-Whisky-
                 Whiskey, The Gentle Art Of Distillation"
               1937 Apr 03, Vol. II, No. 5, "After Dinner A Benedictine!!!"
               1937 Apr 16, Vol. II, No. 6, "Vermouth - Aromatized Wine"
               1937 Jul 19, Vol. II, No. 9, "German & Alsatian Wines"
               1937 Sep 03, Vol. II, No. 9, "Akvavit"
               1937 Sep 29, Vol. II, No. 10, "Royal Hungarian Wines"
     13        1938 Jan 08, Vol. III, No. 1, "Ancient: Sherris-Sacke,
                 Modern: Dry Sack"
               1938 Jan 22, Vol. III, No. 2, "La Benedictine"
               1938 Feb 26, Vol. III, No. 4, "Profits From Champagne"
               1938 Mar 05, Vol. III, No. 5, "Benedictine B And B, The Dry Liqueur"
               1938 Mar 19, Vol. III, No. 6, "Rum-Ron-Rhum"
               1938 Jul 05, Vol. III, No. 7, "None Other Will I Have"
               1938 Jul 12, Vol. III, No. 8, "The Intriguing Berry"
               1939 Jan. 14, Vol. IV, No. 1, "The Vintage In Champagne," by
                 Richard L. Blum, Jr.
               1939 Jan. 28, Vol. IV, No. 2, "The Vintage In Bordeaux," by
                 Julius Wile
               1939 Feb 18, Vol. IV, No. 3, "Sherry Sir?"
               1939 Apr 01, Vol. IV, No. 4, "Aalborg Akvavit"
               1939 Jul 01, Vol. IV, No. 5, "Alsatian or French Rhine Wines"
               1939 Jul 15, Vol. IV, No. 6, "St. Raphael-Appetizer," 2 copies
               1939 Aug 24, Vol. V, No. 1, "Of Wines And Spirits"
               1952 Sep, Vo. 1, No. 1, The Wile Review of Fine Wines and
                 Spirits, "Don't be a Wine Snob"
               1954 Mar, Vol. 1, No. 6, The Wile Review of Fine Wines and
                 Spirits, "A Primer for Wine Drinkers"
               Vol. 7, No. 2, "Sherry, The Ubiquitous Wine," n.d.
     14     Wine and Food Newsletter, Peter Greig, Greig, Lawrence, and
               Hoyt, Ltd., Wine and Spirit Merchants, New York City, New York and 
               later dates by Browne Vintners Company, Inc., New York City, New York
               1937 Jan, No. 2, "A January Dinner"
               1937 Mar, No. 4, "Ham"
               1937 Apr, No. 5, "Truites en Court Bouillon"
               1937 May, No. 6, "Scotland"
               1937 Jun, No. 7, "Travel"
               1937 Jul, No. 8, "Some Summer Suggestions"
               1937 Aug, No. 9, "August"
               1937 Sep, No. 10, "September 17th, 1787"
               1937 Oct, No. 11, "Claret I," 2 copies
               1937 Nov, No. 12, "Pheasant"
               1937 Dec, Vol. 2, No. 1, [Holidays], 2 copies
     15        1938 Jan, Vol. 2, No. 2, "Breakfast"
               1938 Mar, Vol. 2, No. 4, "Brandade De Morue"
               1938 Apr, Vol. 2, No. 5, "Society Page"
               1938 May, Vol. 2, No. 6, "Verb.Sap"
               1938 Jun, Vol. 2, No. 19, "The Bitter Truth"
               1938 Jul, Vol. 2, No. 20, "The Slumbrous Light is Rich and Warm"
               1938 Aug, Vol. II, No. 21, "The Gourmet's August," 2 copies
               1938 Sep, Vol. II, No. 22, "I Rise To Remark"
               1938 Nov, Vol. II, No. 24, "Sherry; Two Cognacs, And A Luncheon"
               1938 Dec, Vol. II, No. 25, [Christmas Punch]
     16        1939 Jan, Vol. II, No. 26, "90 [cent] A Bottle"
               1939 Mar, Vol. II, No. 28, "Misprints and Mistakes"
               1939 Apr, Vol. II, No. 29, "Our Wines At The World's Fair"
               1939 Jun, Vol. II, No. 31, [Farewell Dinner to British Ambassador]
               1939 Jul, Vol. II, No. 32, "Honest, Savoury Cooking Is The
                 Basis Of Happy Family Life"             
               1939 Sep, Vol. II, No. 34, "Hunger Makes A Good Sauce"
               1939 Oct, Vol. II, No. 35, "A Woodcock well rost is a dyshe
                 for a lorde"
               1939 Nov, Vol. II, No. 36, "A man is nourished by what he
                 digests, not by what he eats"           
               1939 Dec, Vol. III, No. 1, [Christmas Pudding]
     17        1940 Jan, Vol. III, No. 2, "Two January Meals"
               1940 Feb, Vol. III, No. 3, "Vulgar Farin"
               1940 Mar, Vol. III, No. 4, [Palm Sunday], 2 copies
               1940 Apr, Vol. III, No. 5, "He Drinks In Vaine, That Feels
                 Not The Pleasure Of It"  
               1940 May, Vol. III, No. 6, "Tibble was for cuttin't in twa
                 cuts, but I like to a Sawmon served up in its integrity."
               1940 Jun, Vol. III, No. 7, [Gaymer's Royal Norfolk, Sparkling Cider]
               1940 Jul, Vol. III, No. 8, "To eat late when hungry is as
                 good as having rich food"
               1940 Sep, Vol. III, No. 10, "Help The American Apple Grower"
               1940 Oct, Vol. III, No. 11, "A Present From Maine"
               1940 Nov, Vol. III, No. 12 "Rather Commercially Speaking"
               1940 Dec, Vol. IV, No. 1, [Christmas, incomplete]   
     18        1941 Jan, Vol. IV, No. II, "Foreign And American Wines"
               1941 Feb, Vol. IV, No. III, "Rhazes Says No Liquor Is Equal
                 To Good Wine"
               1941 Mar, Vol. IV, No. 4, "The Old School Tie In The Kitchen"
               1941 May, Vol. IV, No. VI, [Champagne]
               1941 Jun, Vol. IV, No, VII, "How Do You Like Your Martini?"
               1941 Jul, Vol. IV, No. VIII, "How Do You Like Your Martini? II"
               1941 Aug, Vol. IV, No. IX, [Blackberries], 2 copies
               1941 Sep, Vol. IV, No. X, "Filet Of Sole With Annecy Dry Vermouth"
               1941 Oct, Vol. IV, No. XI, [Federal taxes and duties on
                 Alcoholic Beverages]
               1941 Nov, Vol. IV, No. XII, [Hot Welsh Rarebit]
               1941 Dec, Vol. V, No. I, "The Decline And Fall Of Mincemeat"
     19        1942 Jan, Vol. V, No. II, "Ten Gastronomical Resolutions For 1942"
               1942 Feb, Vol. V, No. III, "A Jolly Good Dinner"
               1942 Mar, Vol. V, No. IV, "Easter Sunday Dinner"
               1942 Apr, Vol. V, No. V, [General and Mrs. Browne, Royal, Virginia]
               1942 May, Vol. V, No. VI, "Which?"
               1942 Jun, Vol. V, No. VII, "A Summer Miscellany"
               1942 Jul, Vol. V, No. VIII, "A Meal, Two Letters, And A Poet"
               1942 Aug, Vol. V, No. IX, "High Wine But Not Handsome"
               1942 Sep, Vol. V, No. X, [Meatless days, soup]
               1942 Oct, Vol. V, No. XI, [Sherry]
               1942 Nov, Vol. V, No. XII, [Soup, rabbit, Boston Baked Beans]
               1942 Nov 18, First Luncheon of "Atlantic Seaboard Recipes"
                 featuring some products of Greig, Lawrence & Hoyt at
                 Restaurant Crillon, 2 copies

198  01        1943 Jan, Vol. VI, No. 2, "Ten Wartime Gastronomical
                 Resolutions For 1943"
               1943 Feb, Vol. VI, No. III, "A Mystery In History"
               1943 Apr, Vol. VI, No. 5, "Vitamins And Vegetables"
               1943 May, Vol. VI, No. VI, "Which Imported Wines Should We
                 Not Hoard?"
               1943 Aug, Vol. VI, No. 8, "Easy On The Mussels"
               1943 Sep, Vol. VI, No. 9, [Spirins and Soupe a la Poutina]
               1944 Jan-Feb, Vol. VII, No. 2-3, "Ten Wartime Gastronomical
                 Resolutions for 1944"
               1944 Mar-Apr, Vol. VII, No. 4-5, [Parsnips]
               1944 May-Jun, Vol. VII, No. 6-7, [Money isn't everything]
               1945 Jan-Feb, Vol. VIII, No. 2-3, "Ten Wartime Gastronomical
                 Resolutions for 1945"
               1945 Sep-Oct, Vol. VIII, No. 10-11, [Collective taste]
               1945 Dec, Vol. IX, No. 1, [Wine tasting]
     02        1946 Mar, Vol. IX, No. 3, "Stocking An Empty Wine Cellar"
               1946 Aug, Vol. IX, No. 9, "Some Notes On Goulet Champagne
                 And Other Wines"
               1946 Nov, Vol. IX, No. 12, [Wine]
               1946, [Tenth Anniversary of Newsletter], 2 copies
               1947 Jan, Vol. X, No. 2, "Beaujolais; A Journey And A Dinner"
               1947 Mar, Vol. X, No. 4, [Leek and Potato Soup]
               1947 Apr, Vol. X, No. 5, "O, Not To Have To Be Writing This,
                 Now That April's Here"
               1947 May, Vol. X, No. 6, "Gin Rummy"
               1947 Jun, Vol. X, No. 7, "Vruchtenwijn [Fruit Wine] And Some Others"
               1947 Aug, Vol. X, No. 9, "A Summer Miscellany"
               1947 Sep, Vol. X, No. 10, [Grapes]
               1947 Oct, Vol. X, No. 11, [Gin]
               1947 Dec, Vol. XI, No. 1, "Roast Leg Of Lamb"
               Correspondence, Greig, Peter, 1946 Dec 11
     03        1948 Jan, Vol. XI, No. 2, "Annual January Family Dinner"
               1948 Feb, Vol. XI, No. 3, [Lenten dish of Fish]
               1948 Mar, Vol. XI, No. 4, [Colorado Smoked Trout Pate]
               1948 Apr, Vol. XI, No. 5, [Rhubarb Pie]
               1948 May, Vol. XI, No. 6, "Extracts From 'Came A Cavalier'
                 by Frances Parkington Keyes"
               1948 Jun, Vol. XI, No. 7, "A Good Summer Soup"
               1948 Jul, Vol. XI, No. 8, "A Wine And Spirit Quiz"
               1948 Sep, Vol. XI, No. 10, "Pickapeppa Sauce Is Back"
               1948 Dec, Vol. XII, No. 1, "In Sparkling Raiment White"
               1949 Feb, Vol. XII, No. 3, [Sherry]
               1949 Mar, Vol. XII, No. 4, "A Gastronome Goes To Some Plays"
     04        1952 Sep, Vol. 1, No. 1, "What Is Liebfraumilch"
               1952, Vol. 1, No. 4, Sherry
               1953 Jan, Vol. 1, No. 5, "Ten Gastronomical Resolutions For 1953"
               1953 Feb, Vol. 1, No. 6, "Florida Goes B & G"
               1953 Mar, Vol. 1, No. 7, [Sea and fish]
               1953 May, Vol. 1, No. 9, [Sherry]
               1953 Jun, Vol. 1, No. 10, "Autolycus And Browne Vintners"
               1953 Jul, Vol. 1, No. 11, [Quality of Wine]
               1953 Aug, Vol. 1, No. 12, [Grapes]
               1953 Sep, Vol. II, No. 1, "A Letter To A Restaurateur"
               1953 Oct, Vol. II, No. 2, "Literary Notes," incomplete
               1953 Nov, Vol. II, No. 3, "Liqueurs, Cordials And Brandies"
               1953 Dec, Vol. II, No. 4, "Here Are Gifts"
     05        1954 Jan, Vol. II, No. 5, "Good Dinners In South Florida"
               1954 Feb-Mar, Vol. II, No. 6-7, [Florida distributor]
               1954 Apr, Vol. II, No. 8, "April Newsletter"
               1954 May, Vol. II, No. 9, [Society Notes]
               1954 Jul, Vol. II, No. 11, "Cusenier Cordials In The Summer"
               1954 Aug, Vol. II, No. 12, [Chilled White Wines]
               1954 Sep, Vol. III, No. 1, [Oysters]
               1954 Oct, Vol. III, No. 2, [Nectarose Wine]
               1954 Nov, Vol. III, No. 3, "That Good White Horse"
               1954 Dec, Vol. III, No. 4, [A Good Year]
     06        1955 Jan, Vol. III, No. 5, "A Beef Casserole With Vegetables"
               1955 Feb, Vol. III, No. 6, "Some Fish Dishes, With Wine"
               1955 Mar, Vol. III, No. 7, [Ray Jackson of The Wine House]
               1955 Apr, Vol. III, No. 8, "A Fine Easter Dinner"
               1955 Jun, Vol. III, No. 10, "April And May In Europe"
               1955 Jul, Vol. III, No. 11, "Nectarose"
               1955 Aug, Vol. III, No. 12, [Brown Vintners, sole U. S.
                 distributors for the fine Martell Cognacs]
               1955 Sep, Vol. IV, No. 1, [French Vermouth-Noilly Prat from Marseille]
               1955 Oct, Vol. IV, No. 2, "Chateau D'Yquem...the $64,000.00 Wine!"
               1955 Dec, Vol. IV, No. 4, "Forty Dollars For Some Good Wines"
     07        1956 Jan, Vol. IV, No. 5, "Congratulations" "Mozart, Moselle
                 And The 1955 Vintage"
               1956 Feb, Vol. IV, No. 6, "A Distinguished Visitor"
               1956 Mar, Vol. IV, No. 7, [Scotch Whiskies]
               1956 May, Vol. IV, No. 9, "Qualite Approuvee"
               1956 Jun, Vol. IV, No. 10, [White Burgundies]
               1956 Jul, Vol. IV, No. 11, "Two Simple Nice White Wines"
               1956 Aug, Vol. IV, No. 12, [German Wines]
               1956 Sep, Vol. V, No. 1, [Cognac]
               1956 Nov, Vol. V, No. 3, [Serving Wine]
               1956 Dec, Vol. V, No. 4, "From My Notebook"
     08        1957 Jan, Vol. V, No. 5, [Third Annual Dinner of the Miami,
                 Florida Chapter of Les Amis d'Escoffier]
               1957 Feb, Vol. V, No. 6, [France and Scotland]
               1957 Mar, Vol. V, No. 7, "Vouvray" [a city of the River
                 Loire in the historic region of France]
               1957 Apr, Vol. III, No. 8, [Mumm Cordon Rouge, Champagne]
               1957 May, Vol. V, No. 9, "Wall Eyed Pike"
               1957 Jun, Vol. V, No. 10, [1948 Wines]
               1957 Jul, Vol. V, No. 11, "Enjoying Browne Vintners Imports
                 In Summer"
               1957 Aug, Vol. V, No. 12, [Wine in Cooking]
               1957 Nov, Vol. VI, No. 3, "After The Thanksgiving Dinner"
               1957 Dec, Vol. XI, No. 4, "Have A Merry Heart, For
                 Pensifulness Doth Hurt The Stomach"
     09        1958 Mar, Vol. VI, No. 7, "I Don't Drink, Except Champagne -
                 And That's Only Grapes"
               1958 Apr, Vol. VI, No. 8, "Good Food; Good Wines; Good Talk"
               1958 May, Vol. VI, No. 9, "Can We Please Guests And
                 Influence Chefs?," 2 copies
               1958 Jun, Vol. VI, No. 10, "What's Dominique You To You, Or
                 You To You?"
               1958 Jul, Vol. VI, No. 11, "Summer Again"
               1958 Aug, Vol. VI, No. 12, [Wine gives great pleasure]
               1958 Sep, Vol. VII, No. 1, "Call For White Horse"
               1958 Oct, Vol. VII, No. 2, "Clarisse, or The Old Cook"
               1958 Nov, Vol. VII, No. 3, [Diet and Dieting]
     10        1959 Jan, Vol. 7, No. 5, Robert Burn and "More Notes On The
                 1958 Vintage"
               1959 Feb, Vol. VII, No. 6, [Imported Wine]
               1959 Apr, Vol. VII, No. 8, [Pigeon]
               1959 May, Vol. VII, No. 9, "White Horses"
               1959 Jul, Vol. VII, No. 11, "Have Chianti. Will Sell"
               1959 Aug, Vol. VII, No. 12, [Bordeaux Wine]
               1959 Sep, Vol. VIII, No. 1, "On The Enjoyment Of Drinking
                 White Horse Scotch"
               1959 Nov, Vol. VIII, No. 3, [Chateau D'Yquem]
               1959 Dec, Vol. VIII, No. 4, "Some Good Eating"
     11        1960 Jan, Vol. VIII, No. 5, [1959 Beaujolais]
               1960 Feb, Vol. VIII, No. 6, "A New Idea For Using Noilly Prat"
               1960 Mar, Vol. VIII, No. 7, [Scotland]
               1960 Apr, Vol. VIII, No. 8, "A Spring Bouquet"
               1960 Jul, Vol. VIII, No. 11, "White Horse At The British Exposition"
               1960 Sep, Vol. IX, No. 1, [Vermouth]
               1960 Oct, Vol. IX, No. 2, [Peter Greig breaks his leg and ankle]
     12     The Wine and Food Society, Inc., New York City, New York
               1938 Sep, [Tea Tasting, Strawberries, and Olives]
               1940 Mar, [Wine]
               1940 Apr, [Alsatian Dinner, incomplete]
               1940 Nov, [Rum]
               1940 Dec, [Fruit, incomplete]
               1941 Jan, [Smoked Turkey and Wine Pudding]
               1941 Feb, [Tasting of Eastern Wines and American Cheeses]
               1941 Apr, [Beers, Ales and Stouts]
               1942 Dec, [Wine and Food Society, Eight Years Old this month]
     13        1943 Mar, [Dehydrated Food, incomplete]
               1944 May, [Rums for Summer]
               1944 Sep, [Beer, incomplete]
               1945 Apr, [Champagne]
               1946 Feb, [Aperitifs and Hors d'oeuvre]
               1946 May, [Shortage of Beer]
               1947 Sep, [1947-1948 Planning]
               1947 Oct, [Red Wines and Cheeses] and "News Of The 1947 Vintage"
               1947 Nov, "Personalities In The Wine World"
               1948 Jan, [Long Island Oyster Tasting with white wines]
               1948 Mar, "Paris Restaurants"
               1948 May, "Notes On Wine"
               1948 Summer, [Aperitif and Hors d'Oeuvre]
               1948 Nov-Dec, "Christmas Shopping"
     14        1949 Feb-Mar, "'Little' Restaurants In Paris"
               1950 Aug-Sep, [Celebrating the Grape Harvest]
               1951 Jan, [Long Island Oyster Tasting with White Wines]
               1951 Jul-Aug, "The Journal Of A Gastronomic Pilgrimage"
               1953 Apr-May, [Spring Tasting, Andre Simon], 2 copies
               1953 Jun-Jul, [Tour to Paris and Spain, Sherry]
               1953 Oct, "Preview For Christmas"
               1953 Nov, [Holiday Wines, Champagne and Sparkling Wines]
               1953 Dec, [Oyster Tasting with White Wines, Ales, Stouts and Beers]
               1954 Sep, [Wine and Food Society celebrates 21st Birthday]
               1954 Nov-Dec, [Oyster Tasting with White Wines, Ales, Stouts
                 and Beers]
               1955 Aug, "Holiday In Denmark"
               1955 Sep, "For The Library"
               1955 Oct-Nov, [Champagne]
     15        1956 Jan-Feb, [Tasting of White Wines]
               1956 Mar-Apr, [After Dinner Coffee, Cognac and Liqueurs]
               1956 Sep, [Membership, Sherries, Ports and Madeiras, incomplete]
               1956 Oct-Nov, [Champagne Tasting]
               1957 Jan-Feb, [Spring and Summer Wines]
               1957 Mar-Apr, [Rum Drinks for Summer, incomplete]
               1957 Jul-Aug, [Red Wines for Autumn and Winter]
               1957 Nov-Dec, [American Champagne and Sparkling Wines, Roses,
                 Burgundies and White Wines]
               1958 Jul-Aug, [Opening of 1958-1959 Season]
               1958 Nov-Dec, [Christmas Champagne Tasting]
               1959 Sep-Oct, [Christmas Champagne Tasting]
     16        1960 Jan-Feb, [Spring Tasting of American Champagnes]
               1960 Mar-Apr, [American Champagnes and Sparkling Wines]
               1960 Sep-Oct, [Christmas Champagne Tasting] and "The Christmas
                 Gift Problem"
               1961 Jan-Feb, [Tasting of Red Wines and Roses - American,
                 French, and Italian]
               1961 Nov-Dec, [Christmas Champagne Tasting and Cookbooks]
               1964 Nov-Dec, Christmas Champagne Tasting and Cookbooks
     17     The Wine and Food Society, Programs
               1937 Mar 15, "Normandy Dinner," Hotel Ritz-Carlton, New York
               1940 Dec 03, "A Holiday Tasting of Rums," Ballroom of the
                 Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York
               1941 Nov 18, "A Holiday Tasting of Wines, Spirits and
                 Punches," The Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York
               1943 May 03, "A Display and Tasting of Dehydrated Foods and
                 a Selection of Fine American Sherries," The Waldorf-
                 Astoria Hotel, New York
               1943 Nov 16, "A Tasting of Rose Wines and Wine Cups for
                 Thanksgiving, Forty-Ninth Tasting," Hotel Pierre, New
                 York City, New York           
               1949 May 24, [Typewritten announcement of May 25 tasting],
                 "Summer Wines, Wine Bowls and Wine Drinks," Oval Room,
                 Ritz-Carlton Hotel, New York
     18        1954 Dec 01, "Champagnes and Sparkling Wines," Twenty-First
                 Years, One Hundred and Eighth Tasting, Belvedere Room,
                 Hotel Sheraton Astor, New York
               1956 Oct 08, "A Tasting Of Sherries, Ports and Madeiras,"
                 One Hundred and Sixteenth Tasting, Grand Ballroom, The
                 Plaza, New York
               1957 Feb 14, "A Tasting of American Champagnes, Sparkling
                 Wines and White Wines with Fine Hams," One Hundred and
                 Eighteenth Tasting, Ballroom, The Plaza, New York
               1963 Feb 26, "A Tasting of White Wines and Roses with a
                 Seafood Buffet," One Hundred and Forty-Second Tasting,
                 The Ballroom, The Essex House, New York
               19[??] Apr 04, [Typewritten News Release], annual Spring
                 dinner, Ballroom, Park Lane Hotel, New York  
     19     Wine Ideas, From Anne Martin, Director, Home Wine Service, Roma
               Wine Company, San Francisco, California
               "Traditional Champagne Punch For Weddings," n.d.
     20     Wine and Liquor Bulletin, Jopseh Victori and Company, Inc, New
               York City, New York
               "Hocks and Moselles," n.d.    
     21     Yamgram, Louisiana Sweet Potato Commission, Opelousas, Louisiana
               1965 Jan, Vol. XIX, No. 1, "Dr. Julian C. Miller Is Honored"




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