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People, 1932-1967

199  01   People, General, 1960 Nov 08
             (Robert Taylor, Mrs. Emanuel Zusmer, Joan Crawford, Mrs. Nancy Quinn,
             Mr. R. C. Elliott, Miss Jamie Caneron, Mrs. Hebbard Case, Mary Sia, and
             Dr. Khai Foi)
     02   Abel, Walter, Actor, n.d.
             [News Release regarding Walter Abel's kitchen on the third annual
               kitchen tour]
     03   Adams, Mrs. Lawrence
             1952 Mar 02, "Food Editor Interviews," The Florida Times-Union,
               Jacksonville, Florida
     04   Alcott, Louisa May
             1932 Nov 27, "Louisa May Alcott: By One Who Knew Her," The New York
               Times Magazine
     05   Allen, F. C., Jr., President, The Hawaiian Society
             Correspondence, Allen, F. C., Jr., 1938 Mar 09
             1941 Jul 21, "Hawaii Invades New York" [Press Release]
             [Flyer announcing Allen's lecture subjects], n.d.
     06   Armstrong, Mary
             "News of Food: Jelly Shop Here Is Offering With Pride a 'Man's
               Marmalade' Made With Lemon," by June Owen, n.d.
     07   Ashenheim, Lady, wife of Jamaican Ambassador to the United States, His
          Excellency Sir Neville Ashenheim
             "Recipe of the Week: Spice Buns," New York Herald Tribune, n.d.
     08   Avery, Arthur C., Technical director of the Commissary Research Division of
          the Naval Supply Research and Development Facility, Bayonne, New Jersey,
             "The Fantastic Future in Food," [Avery discusses how the Navy prepares food]
     09   Ball, Lucille
             "Hollywood Tintype: Chorus Girl Makes Good," by Sidney Skolsky, n.d.
     10   Barber, Mary I., Expert Food Consultant for the United States Army
             1945 Nov 20, "Cite Food Consultant For Helping to Feed Our GIs
               Nutritiously," by Margaret Pettigrew, Brooklyn Eagle
     11   Barnett, Mrs. James A., New York, n.d.
             [News Release regarding Mrs. Barnett's kitchen on the third annual
               kitchen tour]     
     12   Baxter, Gordon and Ena
             "Just Talking about Baxter's business makes one hungry," by Nikki Moir,
               n.d., n.s.
     13   Beard, James
             1956, [Christmas Pudding], by James A. Beard
             1963, "A Little Corner of France," from Frank J. Hale's Playhouse
               Celebrity Room
             1964, "Recipes by James Beard, Menu For Holiday Dinner," Sherry Wine &
               Spirits Company, Inc.
             "Holiday Hints by James Beard America's Leading Food Authority," n.d.
             "Cooking with Stevenson, Kefauver & Wagner" or "Bringing Home the
               Bacon," edited by James Beard, n.d. [includes recipes]
     14   Beard, Patsy
             "Born to be a best Cook," by Katharine Best and Katharine Hillyer, n.d.
     15   The Beatles, 1960s Rock Music Group
             1964 Sep 06, "Shaggy Englishman Story," by Anthony Carthew, The New York
               Times Magazine
             "The Cool Brain behind the Bonfire," by Gail Cameron, n.d.
     16   Correspondence reference The Beatles
             Correspondence, Judge, Diane, 1964 Sep 02
             "Beatles Bedevil Delmonico Chef," by Clementine Paddleford, New York
               Herald Tribune, n.d.
     17   Becker, Thekla, Ogden, Utah
             "The best cook in our town," by Helen Evans Brown, n.d., n.s.
             (Dr. and Mrs. Ezekiel Dumke, Mr. and Mrs. George Eccles, Mrs. Florence
             Drake, and Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Perkins joins Mrs. Becker for Christmas)
     18   Belinkin, Mrs. Ausma, Cincinnati, Ohio
             1965 Sep 02, "Short-Cut Recipe Wins Cincinnatian Contest Prize," by
               Phyllis Tamor, The Cincinnati Enquire
     19   Benjamin, Helaine, guest relations director of the Manger Vanderbilt Hotel,
          New York City, New York
             1958, Jul, "N. Y. Visitors Like Daytime TV, Pizza," by Marilyn Mercer
     20   Bennett, Tony
             [Tony Bennett's recipe for Polpettone or Meat Loaf], n.d.
     21   Bergen, Polly, Actress
             Correspondence, Marie Haller, Magazine Division for CBS Television,
               1958 Sep 24
             1958 Sep 24, "Polly Bergen Bio"
             1959 Feb 12, "Polly Bergen," by [Clementine Paddleford]
     22   Berry, Romeyn, Jacksonville, New York
             1950 Feb, "Cooking's a 'Natural' with the Berrys," by Jean Brown, The
               American Home
     23   Bethune, Mary McLeod
             1946 Jul 22, "Matriach," Time
     24   Bow, Clara, Famous Movie Star
             ca. 1929, "Good Square Meals for my Week-end Parties, and how to plan
               them ahead," by Clara Bow, The Silent Hostess, Vol. 1, No. 1
     25   Bradford, Francis Scott, Mural Painter
             [News Release regarding Bradford's kitchen on a kitchen tour] 
     26   Brian, Mary, Actress
             "Drink soft drinks to your health!," by Mary Brian, The Silent Hostess,
               Vol. 2, No. 2, n.d.
     27   Brunson, Fannie M., C'Nannie, Batavia, New York
             Correspondence, Fannie M. Brunson, 1947 Dec 21; 1952 Dec 21
             "C'Nannie Retires But Not Her Famed Plum Pudding," by Virginia Trietley, n.d.
             "C'Nannie's Plum Pudding" recipe cards, n.d.
     28   Buckley, Patricia
             1967 Mar 07, "How would you like your daughter to marry William F.
               Buckley, Jr.?," by Eleanor Harris, Look
     29   Burr, Raymond, Actor, famous for playing the role of Perry Mason
             1964 Jan 30, "Biography of Raymond Burr (Perry Mason)"
             Correspondence, Charles A. Pomerantz to Anna Marie Doherty, 1960 Jan 30;
               1964 Feb 07
             Correspondence, Anna Marie Doherty to Charles A. Pomerantz, 1964 Feb 05
             News Release from Charles A. Pomerantz, Public Relations, regarding
               Raymond Burr.  Includes recipes Burr likes.
     30   Buzard, Mrs. Virgil
             1955 Jan 07, "Betty Budget, Gourmet, Looks Back to Sampled Delicacies,"
               by Betty Budget, Tulsa Daily
     31   Careme, Marie-Antonin 
             1945 Oct, "Antonin Careme - King of Cooks, and Cook of Kings," by F. de
               N. Schroeder, American Cookery 
     32   Cairone, Letizia, European Opera Singer
             1964 Jun 07, "She Pawned Her Jewels for Pasta," by Clementine
               Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
     33   Cannon, Poppy, Food Writer
             1951 May 28, "Poppy Cannon Serves Up Gourmet Food in Jiffy," by
               Clementine Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
     34   Carroll, Diahann
             Correspondence, Gene Sheffrin to Mary Lyons, 1964 Feb 05
             1964, "Brown Stew - from Diahann Carroll" 
     35   Caruth, George, Chef, Trinidad
             1965 Nov 04, "His Thoughts Turned To Hummingbird Land," by Clementine
               Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
     36   Cashmore, Edna, President, Herb Society of America
             Correspondence, Edna Cashmore, 1964 Jun 06; 1966 Jul 11; 1966 Jul 13;
               1966 Nov 11; 1967 Feb 23
             Correspondence, Edna Cashmore from Paddleford, 1966 Nov 14
             1946 Jul 02, "Say Herb, 'erb or Yarb, But Use Them Correctly!," The
               Westport News
     37   Cassini, Jean, Barman, Hotel D'Europe, Avignon
             [A card announcing Jean Cassini as barman], n.d.
     38   Caswell, Dr. Hollis L., President, Columbia's Teachers College
             1957 Feb 19, "College President Lives Privately in Public Eye," by
               Cynthia Kellogg, The New York Times
     39   Cates, Louis Shattuck, Chairman of the Board, Phelps Dodge Corporation, New York
             1953 Jan 28, "Lyrics For King Louis's Party at Green Gables"
             1953 Jan 28, "A Dinner in Honor of Louis S. Cates," presented by Roy
               Wayland and Walter R. Bimson
             "Under the Sun," by Bert Fireman, n.d. 
     40   Caudill, Esther, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
             1942 Nov, "Contributors," The American Home
     41   Chamberlain, Samuel, Artist, Gourmet and Raconteur
             1963 Dec 22, "British Bouquet: Without Warm Beer," by Clementine
               Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
     42   Chaplain, Charlie, Broadway Star
             "The Voice of Broadway," by Dorothy Kilgallen, n.d.
     43   Chase, Judith, Writer, Rumson, New Jersey
             "Judith Chase," n.d.
     44   Chatterton, Ruth, Writer
             "What I do with the money I earn - and save," by Ruth Chatterton, The
               Silent Hostess, Vol. 2, No. 3, n.d.
     45   Chef Phillip, Brass Rail Restaurant
             "The Big Occasion: How To Achieve A Professional Touch," n.d.
     46   Child, Julia, Gourmet Chef
             1966 Aug 07, "How to Avoid TV Dinners While Watching TV," by Joan
               Barthel, The New York Times Magazine
     47   Clavarino, Mike, Supervisor, Panagra's Gourmet Galley
             "Senor Mike Clavarino, Panagra's Supt. of Commissary," n. d.
     48   Cloete, Stuart, Novelist
             1945 Aug, "A l'Afrique," by Stuart Cloete, Gourmet
             "Autobiography of Stuart Cloete," n.d.
     49   Colbert, L. L., Director and Vice President, Chrysler Corporation and
          President, Dodge Division
             "Chrysler Off With Bang," n.d.
     50   Colette, Madame Gabriette Sidonie, French Novelist
             1950 Jan 22, "La Grande Colette - Aging, Ailing, Adored," by Joseph A.
               Barry, The New York Times Magazine
     51   Corbett, Lucy, Teacher of French Language, Detroit, Michigan
             1953 Apr-May, "Pot Shots From a Grosse Ile Kitchen," by Neva Ackerman
               Moyer, The Matrix
     52   Corea, Lady Karmaine, wife to Sir Claude Corea, Ceylon's, United Nations Ambassador
             "A Fashion Note at U.N.," n.d.
     53   Cousins, Margaret, Managing Editor
             ca. 1950, "Who's Who Cooks," Good Housekeeping Magazine
     54   Crawford, Joan, Actress
             1965 Feb 21, Inside Fashion With Eugenia Sheppard," New York Herald Tribune
             1965 May 30, "Pork Chops Worth Award," by Clementine Paddleford, New
               York Herald Tribune
     55   Dalrymple, Jean, Morristown, New Jersey
             "Recipe Collector Presents a Favorite Dish - Chicken Paella," by
               Clementine Paddleford, n.d.
     56   Daniels, Jonathan
             1967 Dec 28, "Thee Will Eat It," by Jonathan Daniels, This Week Magazine
     57   Davis, Dorothy, owner of "Lunch Is Served"
             "Acres of Peach Shortcake Wait," by Clementine Paddleford, New York
               Herald Tribune, n.d.
     58   Day, Avanelle, Cookbook Author, Murray Hill, New Jersey
             1965 Jan 14, "Retirement Gives Food Expert Time to Cook," by Jean
               Hewitt, The New York Times
     59   Day, Bunny, Towd Point, Long Island, New York
             1964 Apr 12, [Bunny Day]
     60   De Carlos, Yvonne, Actress
             "Yvonne De Carlo's Favorite Tidbits," n.d.
     61   De Gautier, Dona Felisa Rincon, four time mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico
             "Unbeatable Mayor of San Juan," n.d.
     62   De Malvilain, Georgette, Madame Blanche, New York City, New York
             1933 Apr 21, "She Bakes Cakes For Presidents," The Carolina Watchman
             1938, "Madame Blanche, Specialists in the Art of Wedding Cakes also
               Anniversary Cakes," by Madame Blanche
             1939 Jun 10, "Cakes for the Royal Visit," New York World-Telegram
             1941 May 26, "Madame Blanche," New York Herald Tribune
             1941, "Madame Blanche, Specialists in the Art of Wedding Cakes also
               Anniversary Cakes," by Madame Blanche
             1944 May 30, "Caterers Say Trend Is to Larger Wedding Parties, but
               Conservatism Still Is Rule," by Jane Holt, New York Times
             1950 Jun 24, "Wedding Cake Queen," by Margo Fischer, Collier's     
             "Making Allowances," n. d.
             "Built the Wedding Cake from Blueprints," n.d.
             "Cakes for Weddings and Anniversaries," by Madame Blanche, n.d.
             "Wedding Cake Artist Notes Cupid's Return," by Margaret Mara, n.d.
             "Why the Idea Came to Me of Making a Specialty of the Wedding Cake," by
               Madame Blanche, n.d.
     63   De Malvilain, Georgette
             Correspondence, Cognac Gordon Rouge 1955 Oct 28
             Correspondence, De Malvilain, Georgette, 1954 Oct 234; 1955 Nov 08; 1965
               Apr 04; 1965 Apr 25
             Correspondence, De Malvilain from Paddleford, 1965 Apr 13; 1965 Apr 14
     64   De Menil, Adelaide, Photographer, Manhattan, New York
             1966 Mar 03, "A World of Food in One Kitchen," by Craig Claiborne, The
               New York Times
     65   Dempster, Emma, Manhattan, New York
             1965 Apr 22, "Small Kitchen Doesn't Cramp Actress's Style," by Craig
               Claiborne, The New York Times
     66   Deveaux, Fernand, Air France Chef
             "Biography," n.d.
     67   Dewhurst, Colleen, Broadway Actress
             1963 Dec 08, "Say You Just Love Chitt'lin's," by Clementine Paddleford,
               New York Herald Tribune
     68   Diller, Phyllis, Actress and Comedian
             1961 Nov 20, "Just Season With Dill(er)," by Will Jones
     69   Disney, Walt
             1955 Feb, "McEvoy in Disneyland," by J. P. McEvoy, The Reader's Digest
     70   Doe, Charles M.
             Correspondence, Charles N. Doe from Paddleford, 1966 Jun 01; 1966 Jul 08
             Correspondence, Charles N. Doe, 1966 Jun 10; 1966 [?]
     71   Doherty, Anna Marie, one of Paddleford's secretaries
             1967 Apr 19, "Best News Since The Can Opener," by Anna Marie Doherty,
               World Journal Tribune
             1967 May 02, "Easy Way With Strudels," by Anna Marie Dohertry
     72   Donaghue, Anne K., Journalist
             "Biography," n.d.
     73   Dowager Queen Louise
             1947 Apr 13, "Apprentice In The Royal Kitchen," by Sigrid Lillilund,
               This Week Magazine
     74   Doyle, Betty Boyd, Weston, Massachusetts
             "The Best Cook in Our Town," by Peta J. Fuller, n.d.
     75   Draper, Dorothy (Tuckerman)
             1937 Oct 23, "Success Story," Cue
     76   Du Maurier, Daphne, writer and wife of General Sir Frederick Browning,
          treasurer to the Duke of Edinburgh
             "Daphne du Maurier," by Beverly Nichols, n.d.
     77   Dunnington, Jacqueline Cochran, New York
             1963 Oct 20, "How to Raise a Gourmet," by Clementine Paddleford, New
               York Herald Tribune
     78   Duskin Family, Winnetka, Illinois (Lelah, Nadia, David, and Amanda)
             1942 Nov, "Contributors," The American Home
     79   Eden, Anthony
             1938 Dec 09, "National Association of Manufacturers Annual Dinner-Hon.
               Anthony Eden, Guest of Honor"
     80   Ehring, Edward, owner, Ehring's or "The Store"
             19[??] Oct 19, "Taverns Foams With Atmosphere," by Clementine
               Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
     81   Eisenhower, Milton, President, Kansas State College
             1958 Jul 27, "Milton Eisenhower in Puerto Rico"
     82   Elkinton, Charles M.
             "Toil and Trouble," n.d.
     83   Elkon, Juliette Hamelecourt, Women's Editor, France Amerique
             1967 Sep 14, "Grits' Versatility Limited Only By Cook's Imigation"
             1967 Sep 14, "Juliette Hamelecourt Elkon"
     84   Escoffier, Auguste
             1935, "Auguste Escoffier," by Eugene Herbodeau
             1961 Oct 01, "Chez Three Chefs," by Craig Claiborne, The New York Times
             1964 Nov 26, "A Museum in a Great Chef's House," by Clementine
               Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
             "Morsels from the Maestros, Some Original Recipes by Escoffier and Other
               Leading Chefs," n.d.

200  01   Faris, George and Lucille
             "I always liked to cook - now I love it! says Mrs. Faris," by Jessie
               Bakker, n.d.
     02   Farmer, Fannie Merritt
             1944 Sep, "Fannie Farmer in Person," by Zulma Steele, The American Mercury
     03   Fitchett, Bernie (Mrs. Edwin B. Fitchett)
             "With a Hudson Valley Flavor," New York Herald Tribune, n.d.
     04   Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Eliot C.
             1952 Mar 07, "Gourmet Visits Tampa," by Barbara Clendinen, Tampa Morning Tribune 
     05   Follens, Mrs. J. G.
             1955 Jan 07, "Betty Budget, Gourmet, Looks Back to Sampled Delicacies,"
               by Betty Budget, Tulsa Daily World
     06   Fradenburg, D. J.
             "He Uses Hors D'oeuvres to Quiet Guests," by Hope Johnson, New York
               World-Telegram, n.d.
     07   Freccia, Massimo, Conductor, New Orleans Symphony
             "Conductor Proves He's Also Good Cook," by Hope Johnson, n.d.
     08   Frost, Imogene Powell
             "A Tribute to a Friend," by John H. Platt, n.d.
             Correspondence, Benjamin DuBois Frost, 1963 Oct 04
             Correspondence, Benjamin Du Bois Frost from Paddleford, 1963 Oct 14
     09   Frye, Howard, Cohasset, Massachusetts
             "From the East, Clam Chowder," n.d.
     10   Gaige, Crosby, Producer
             1938, "This Man Can Cook," by Grace Turner, This Week
             "Gaige," [Paddleford's hand written notes about Crosby Gaige]
     11   Gannon, Frances Foley, Director of Consumers' Service and Research Division
          of the City Department of Markets
             "Mrs. Gannon Completes 14 Years in Food Service," by Dorothy Skinner, n.d.
     12   Geaney, Victoria, Hostess-Manager, Blair House
             "Hostess to Royalty, Mrs. Victoria Geaney," New York Times, n.d.
     13   Gerot, Paul S., President, Pillsbury Mills, Inc.
             "Paul S. Gerot," n.d.
     14   Givens, Hank, North Hollywood, California
             "From the West, Meat-Ball Soup," n.d.
     15   Gleason, Mrs. Eloy, Mahoning Boarding House
             1955 Jan, "Mrs. Gleason's Boarding House," Iron News
     16   Goldberg, Molly, Cookbook Author
             "Molly Goldberg Gives Her Favorite Recipes," n.d.
     17   Gray, Mrs. Herbert
             1955 Jan 07, [Holiday Open House]
     18   Green, Amy, Beauty Editor, Glamour Magazine
             1965 Mar 17, "From Little Spain to an Eastside Elegance," by Clementine
               Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
     19   Greenough, Marie-Anne
             "Cooks Tour of New York Kitchens," n.d.
     20   Gruppo, Mrs. Nelson
             19[??] Nov 07, "Cooks Tour of New York Kitchens" 
     21   Hamilton, Dorothy and Maxwell, Cookbook Authors
             "Biographical Data on Dorothy and Maxwell Hamilton, Editors of 'What
               Cooks In Hollywood,'" n.d.
             "Cook Book Giving Favorite Dishes of 106 Movie Stars to Benefit D. A. V.
               [Disabled American Veterans Service Foundation]," n.d.
     22   Hammann, C. G.
             [CBS Men], n.d.
     23   Hammann, Walt
             [CBS Men at work], n.d.
     24   Hammerstein, Mrs. Manners, better known as Bucks County's [Pennsylvania] "Hexie the Witch"
             1963 Nov, "Hamerstein Profile," by Peggy Lewis, Bucks County Life
             1967 Oct 29, "Olney Halloweeners to Be Treated," The Philadelphia Inquirer
             1967 Oct 29, "Witches Still Chase The Hobgoblins Away," by Barbara
               Barnes, The Sunday Bulletin
     25   Hampton, Hope, Actress
             1959 Feb 04, "Hope Hampton & Rice Pudding"
     26   Hansen, Mrs. Viggo, Chef, Scandinavian Airlines
             1966 Dec 15, "A Scandinavian Housewife (and Retired Chef) Prepares a
               Christmas Feast," by Craig Claiborne, The New York Times
     27   Harrison, Charles Yale, Author
             1948 Sep 21, "There's Fund in a Nobody's Fool," by Mary Harrington, New
               York Post Home News Magazine
     28   Hartford, John A.
             "John Hartford Dies in Elevator; Chairman Built A. & P. [Atlantic &
               Pacific Tea Company] Chain," n.d.
     29   Hazelip, Carolyn, Louisville, Kentucky
             1957 Jan, "The Many Faces of Love," by Harold Brodkey, Woman's Day
     30   Henry, Gene, Author
             1943 May, [Brief Biography of Gene Henry]
     31   Hill, Doris, Actress
             "Midnight Suppers in a Kitchen Cabaret," by Doris Hill, The Silent
               Hostess, Vol. 1, No. 7, n.d.
     32   Hine, Francois, French Cognac Maker
             "200 Years Later - Still Flaming," n.d.
             "France's Great Cognacs Combine the Skills of Man and Nature," n.d.
             "Francois Hine," n.d.
     33   Hines, Duncan 
             1956 Jun, "Background and Biography on Duncan Hines and the Duncan Hines Enterprises"
             1959 Mar 16, "Duncan Hines Inspected Back of Restaurant First" 
             1959 Mar 16, "Duncan Hines, Seventy-Eight, Gourmet, Is Dead"
     34      "About Duncan Hines and His Adventures in Good Living," n.d.
             "Best," The New Yorker, n.d.
             [Duncan Hines], by Virginia Safford, n.d.
             "Duncan Hines He is the Traveler's Authority on Where to Eat," by
               Phyllis Larsh, n.d.
             "Duncan Hines, Signpost To Good Eating, Is Dead," n.d.
     35-37   "Duncan Hines Twelve Favorite Recipes," n.d.
     38      "Full Time Hobby," by Paul Pebbrook, n.d.
             "Gourmet Plumps for Ice Cream at Bedtime," by Edd Johnson, n.d.
             "How to Find a Decent Meal," by Duncan Hines and Frank J. Taylor, n.d.
             "Tuesday Eve., April 30," by Mr. And Mrs. R. E. Wegner, n.d.
     39-41   [Duncan Hines, Paddleford's hand written notes], n.d.
     42   Hines, Duncan, Correspondence
             Hines, Duncan from Paddleford, 1946 Dec 07
             Hines, Duncan, 1946 Dec 11; 1947 Apr 08
     43   Irving, James A.
             19[??] Jul 10, "James A. Irving Dies; Long Headed Growers" 
     44   Jacobs, Margaret Moore
             ca. 1965, "The Garden of Life," by Margaret Moore Jacobs
     45   Johnson, Howard
             1950 Feb 16, "New York Close-Up," by Tex McCrary and Jinx Falkenburg
     46   Johnson, Lawrence A., Groceryman, Syracuse, New York
             1946 Aug 18, "Grandmother Shopped Here," by Clementine Paddleford, This
               Week Magazine
     47   Jones, Emma, Peach Queen of Georgia
             1963 Apr, "National Peach Queen Emma Jo Jones of George," American Fruit
               Grower 
     48   Jordan, Jay and June
             "Anyone for Polo? Then Come on Upstairs!" by Pierre de Rohan, n.d.
     49   Joy, Helen and Sam, Glendale, Arizona
             "The Best Cook in Our Town," by Helen Evans Brown, n.d.
     50   Kamm, Ike
             "Ike Kamm," by John Taber, Pinesbridge Farm, n.d.
     51   Kaufman, Theodore and Jean, Textile Artists
             1964, "A Food Seasoner in the Picnic Sun," by Clementine Paddleford, New
               York Herald Tribune
     52   Kaufman, Mark, Photographer, Life Magazine
             1965 Feb 14, "He Focuses On Good Food," by Clementine Paddleford, New
               York Herald Tribune
     53   Kendall, Messmore, President General of the Sons of the American Revolution
             "Washington Ate There," by Clementine Paddleford, n.d.
     54   Kent, Richard, Traveling Cook
             "Recipe of the Month," House Beautiful, n.d.
     55   Kerr, Jean, Playwright
             1961 Oct, "Thank Your Stars," by Peggy Davis, Promenade
     56   Kister, Hannah and Marion, Owners, Roy Publishing Company
             [November Kitchen Tour], n.d.
     57   Kitchell, Iva, Dancer
             1946, "The Dance," by Walter Terry, New York World-Telegram
             1948 Aug 07, "The Dance," by Walter Terry, New York Herald Tribune
             "Assassin of the Dance," by Kyle Crichton, n.d.
             "Hoofer Spoofer," n.d.
             "Iva Kitchell Dances, Ballet To Burlesque," n.d.
             Correspondence, Iva Kitchell, n.d.   
     58   Koestler, Arthur, Author
             "Cozy Town," The New Yorker, n.d.
     59   Koussevitzky, Serge, Maestro
             1946 Jul 22, "Tanglewood, U. S. A.," Time
     60   Kuony, Liane, Owner, Postilion Restaurant
             "Food News: French Chef in Wisconsin," n.d.
     61   LaGanke, Florence, Editor, Home Economics Department, The Cleveland Press
             "Gracious Living - Still Important?," by Florence LaGanke, n.d.
     62   Laverty, Maura, Cookbook Author
             1953 Feb 04, [Cavanagh's]
             1953 Feb 17, [St. Patrick's Day]
             "Background on Maura Laverty," n.d.
             "Maura Laverty Speaks About Cooking," n.d.
             Correspondence, Maura Laverty, 1939 Mar 04
     63   Lazarnick, George and Helen, Photographers
             1966 Mar 24, "Souffles Without Tears," by Isabel A. McGovern, New York
               Herald Tribune
     64   Leterman, Elmer G., Insurance Salesman
               1941 Mar 01, "Another Elmer Emerges, One Who Makes A Fortune by Doing
                  People Favors," by Elliott Arnold, New York World Telegram
             1949 Jun 19, "One Good Friend Deserves Another," by Frank Kingdon, The
               Wichita Beacon 
             "Profiles, The Master, Elmer G. Leterman," n.d.
             "There's Elmer!," by William Moran, n.d.
             Correspondence, Elmer G. Leterman, 1940 Sep 11
     65   Lewis, Tillie, Founder and Owner of Flotill Products, Inc.
             1952 Aug, "Tillie of the Valley," by Dorothy Walworth, The Reader's Digest
             "Tillie Lewis," n.d.
     66   Lindman, Ina S., Author, Navy Cookbook
             1963 Sep 03, "Ina S. Lindman Is Dead; Wrote Cookbook for Navy"
     67   Lipton, Tom, Tea Merchant
             "Tom Lipton, Tea Merchant," n.d.
     68   Lochridge, Patricia, Journalist
             "Miss Lockridge," n.d.
     69   Lull, Margaret, Author
             "Margaret Lull," n.d.
     70   Lunt, Alfred, Broadway Actor
             "Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne," n.d.
     71   MacAusland, Earle R., Publisher, Gourmet Magazine
             ca. 1951, "Interview McAusland"
             "Four Pound Cookbook," n.d.
             "With Romance," n.d.
     72   MacDougald, Duncan, Jr.
             "On the Implications of Phallic Food-Offerings: A Psychodynamic
               Interpretation of the Little Known Symbolism of Heterosexual Feeding," n.d.
     73   McCutchen, Richard S., Marine Captain
             1955 Sep 14, "Marine Answers $64,000 Question," by Marie Torre, New York
               Herald Tribune
             1955 Sep 26, "Semper Chow," Time
             "Marine Officer Who's an Expert on Food Got His 'Basic Training' the
               World Over," by June Owen, n.d.
             "Marine Wins $64,000 TV Quiz; Aided by Father in Food Queries," by J. P.
               Shanley, n.d.
             "A Rich Marine Eats His Words," n.d.
     74   McEvoy, Mrs. Richard E.
             "Cooking Fits Home of Rectors' Wife," by Elizabeth Halstead, n.d.
     75   McGovern, Isabel A., Journalist, n.d.
             [many times when Paddleford was on vacation or traveling for research,
               McGovern's columns filled the space usually occupied by Paddleford]
             [Giant Cookoff], by Isabel A. McGovern, n.d.
             "Schedule for Isabel A. McGovern," n.d.

201  01   Macomber, William, United States Ambassador to Jordan
             1962 Oct 11, "Parties Don't Faze Bachelor Ambassador," by Katherine Evans
     02   Maderia, Jean, Singer, Metropolitan Opera Company
             1964 Jun 14, "Madeira Flavors All the Dinners," by Clementine Paddleford
     03   Manpearl, Stephen, Revenue Analyst, Grace Line
             1967 Apr 13, "Bachelors Who Cook: With a Saucepan, Who Needs Etchings?,"
               by Craig Claiborne, The New York Times
     04   Marshall, William J., Vice Admiral, President, The Bourbon Institute
             Correspondence, O'Rourke, Virginia K., 1963 Aug 20
             "An Admiral Leads The Bourbon Invasion," by Vartanig G. Vartan, New York
               Herald Tribune, n.d.
             "The Admiral and Mrs. William J. Marshall," n.d.
             "Vice Admiral William J. Marshall, President, The Bourbon Institute," a
               brief biography, n.d.
     05   Martin, Mary
             Correspondence, Lanigan, Betty Ann from Paddleford, 1959 Mar 19
             Correspondence, Lanigan, Betty Ann, 1959 Apr 22
             "How to Start a Sourdough Pot," n.d.
     06   Matteson, Mrs. George
             1955 Jan 07, "Betty Budget, Gourmet, Looks Back to Sampled Delicacies,"
               by Betty Budget
     07   Maximilion, Thelmo, Senator in Peru
             "Rosita Gives Welcome," by Clementine Paddleford, n.d.
     08   Mayer, Arthur T.
             "Contributors," The American Home, 1942 Nov
     09   Mayer, Marion M.
             1942, "Marion M. Mayor,"  Managing Editor, The American Home Magazine
     10   Mears, Mrs. John H., Garden City, Long Island, New York, New York State
              "Named State Mother of Year," n.d.
     11   Melba, Dame Nellie, Opera Singer
             "Dame Nellie Melba, For Whom Escoffier Created Melba Toast, Remembered
               By Old London Foods On Her 104th Birthday - May 19th," n.d.
     12   Millward, Charles, Woodworker, Silversmith, and Actor
             "Notes on Charles Millward," n.d.
     13   Moffo, Anna, Actress
             Correspondence, Robbins, Cynthia, 1964 Jan 24
             "Anna Moffo," n.d.
     14   Moore, Harriet Bruce, Doctor, Director of Psychological Services for Social
          Research, Inc., Chicago, Illinois
             "Dr. Harriet Moore's Address to Food Editor," n.d.
     15   Moore, Merrill, Doctor and Poet
             "Dear Clementine," n.d.
             "Merrill Moore and Clinical Sonnets, A book about proper and improper
               Bostonians," n.d.
             "Psychiatry and the Muse," n.d.
     16   Moore-Betty, Maurice, Director, Moore-Betty Catering Service
             ca. 1967, "Maurice Moore-Betty" 
     17   Moore, Scott, Actor
             "Boat Fare," by Clementine Paddleford, n.d.
     18   Morgan, Vickie Jean, daughter of Major and Mrs. Don. P. Morgan
             ca. 1964, "An Addis Ababa Party"
     19   Morrissett, Mrs. D. G., Midlothian, Virginia
             "Champion Cooks," Farm Journal, n.d.
     20   Moses, Grandma, Artist
             Grandma Moses in Person, 2:30 p.m.," n.d.
     21   Moscowitz, Jennie, Actress
             1949 Jan 21, "You Should Hear What a Reception Mama Gets," by Fern Marja
     22   Mueller, Christian F., Founder and Owner, C. F. Mueller Company
             1939 Mar, "Christian F. Mueller," The Food Merchants Advocate
             "An Appreciation of the Life and Work of Christian F. Mueller," n.d.
     23   Mullikin, Mrs. Fred, Food Columnist
             1952 Mar 02, "Food Editor Interviews," The Florida Times-Union, 1952 Mar 02
     24   Murphy, Arthur F., Calvert Distillers Company
             "Calvert's Tequila Mariachi," n.d.
     25   Murphy, Thomas Francis, Police Commissioner
             "Murphy: A Wife's-Eye View," n.d.
     26   Myers, Joe Franklin, Dallas, Texas, Candymaker
             1945 Nov, "Sweet Sardine!," The American Magazine
     27   Nash, Harold, Cook, Grace A. Rush, Inc.
             "Harold Nash," n.d.
     28   Neal, Robert, Mineral Point, Wisconsin
             "From the North," n.d.
     29   Nesselrode, Karl Vasilyevich or Count Karl Robert Von Nesselrode
             "The Story of Nesselrode," n.d.
     30   Oakes, Mrs. Prescott, Seattle, Washington
             "The Best Cook in Our Town," n.d.
     31   Olson, Mrs. Hubert G., Bloomington, Minnesota
             1954, "Minnesota Woman 1954 Homemaker"
     32   Ossorio, Robert, Dancer and Choreographer
             "Cooks Tour of New York Kitchens," n.d.
     33   Paul, Elliot, Author
             1958 Apr 08, "Elliot Paul, 67, Author, is Dead"
     34   Parker, Suzy, Model
             1964 Jun, "Suzy's New York," by Lenore O. Hershey, McCall's
     35   Peirce, Josephine, Food Editor
             "Mrs. Josephine Peirce," n.d.
     36   Pellman, Mrs. Frank, Wisconsin
             1950 Aug, "Champion Cooks," Farm Journal
     37   Peterson, Mrs. Svein, Bottineau, North Dakota
             "The Best Cook In Our Town," by Helen McCully, n.d.
     38   Phillips, Mary Geisler, Editor of Bulletins, New York College of Home
          Economics
             1942 Nov, "Mary Geisler Phillips," The American Home
     39   Piddock, Colonel Charles A., Commander, Memphis Air Force Depot, Mallory
          Air Force Station
             1957 Sep 30, "Biography, Col. Charles A. Piddock" 
             1957 Sep 30, "Food For Jet Age Flights" 
     40   Pierce, Donn, Author, The Master in the Kitchen
             "Cookbook on Review: Not a Marshmallow in the Lot," by Craig Claiborne, n.d.
     41   Porter, Dorothy B., Author
             1942 Nov, "Contributors," The American Home
     42   Princess Caroline of Monaco
             1957 Feb 02, "Monaco Pictures Go To Highest Bidder," by James L.
               Collings, Editor & Publisher
     43   Quat, Helen, Artist
             1965 Dec 02, "The Cook Can Come to the Party," by Clementine Paddleford,
               New York Herald Tribune
     44   Rappaport, Mimi
             19[??] Nov, "Bringing up Dad," by Elise Infantino, Design for Living
     45   Raubenheimer, Dr. Otto
             Correspondence, Raubenheimer, Otto, 1940 May 07
             1946 Jun 11, "Dr. Otto Raubenheimer Dies; Operated Herb Shop 45 Years,"
               New York Herald Tribune
             "Herbalist Has Pure Spices in Stock Despite Shortage," n.d.
             "A Story of the Growth of the Only Herb and Medicine Shop in Brooklyn," n.d.
     46   Ratto, Rocco, Chef, Italian liner Raffaello
             "Aroma d'Italia," by Larry Van Gelder, n.d.
     47   Reed, Sadie
             "Jarbaby," n.d.
     48   Reischauer, Haru Matsukata, first foreign-born wife of an American Ambassador
             1966 Jul 31, "Women of the World," by Frances Spatz Leighton, This Week
     49   Richardson, Alice, New York
             1941 Jul 13, "Career Girl, Alice Richardson," This Week
     50   Ries, Max, Head, Reese Finer Foods, Inc.
             1965 May 26, "He Plays His Hunches About Food," by Clementine Paddleford
     51   Riglin, Rosalie, Writer, General Foods Corporation
             1964, "Rosalie Riglin" [Work Chronology]
     52   Riley, Bertha, Houseboat Owner
             1965 Aug 01, "It's Fresh Trout on a Houseboat," by Clementine
               Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
     53   Robertson, Rae and Ethel, Duo Pianists
             "Talents for Two," by Clementine Paddleford, n.d.
     54   Rosenberg, L.
             "L. Rosenberg," n.d.
     55   Rosenstein, Nettie, Designer
             1966 Jan 02, "Nettie Dresses the Table," by Clementine Paddleford, New
               York Herald Tribune
     56   Rossi, Mrs. Mary, McCall's Best Cook
             "The Best Cook in Our Town," by Peta J. Fuller, n.d.
     57   Roth, Mrs. Frances, Founder Culinary Institute of America
             1960 Jan 25, "Food News: From Court to Kitchen," by Craig Claiborne, The
               New York Times 
     58   Rush, Grace A., Grace A. Rush, Inc.
             1951 Dec 16, "Hobby Pays Off," by Charles Warnick, Cincinnati Enquirer
             1955 Nov 20, "Fruitcakes Are A Big Business," by Dick Havlin, The
               Cincinnati Pictorial Enquirer
             1957 May 13, "Bananas Are Best Buy; Fine Quality, Low Price," by
               Clementine Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
             1958 Aug 01, "Innovation in Food Sparked Here," Cincinnati Enquirer
     59   Rush, John, son of Grace A. Rush
             "Smokehouse Cocktail Almonds Use Smaller bu Sweeter Nuts," by Clementine
               Paddleford, n.d.
     60   Ryser, Marcella, Teacher, Monrovia, California
             1942 Nov, "Marcella Ryser," The American Home
     61   Salta, Romeo, Proprietor, Romeo Salta's
             1963 Apr 21, "Romeo Salta," New York Herald Tribune
             "Background Information Romeo Salta," Romeo Salta News, n.d.
     62   Salvador, Nichols, worked with Miss Fannie M. Brunson
             "C'Nannie Retires But Not Her Famed Plum Pudding," by Virginia Trietley, n.d.
     63   Schaefer, Mrs. Curt
             "Couple Returning to Saigon - for Chinese Food," n.d.
     64   Schelhas, Harold, Driver-Salesman, Dugan Brothers Bakers
             1960 Aug 02, "It at First You Don't Submerge...Tries 10 Years, Gets
               Submarine Ride," by John Molleson
     65   Schloss, George, Steel Worker
             "Our Daily Adventure," by Elmer Ransom, This Week, n.d.
     66   Schricker, Governor
             "Chrysler Off With Bang," n.d.
     67   Seley, Clara, Sculptor
             1965 Nov 11, "When Sculptor Isn't Carving in Wood, She's Dishing Up
               Stuffed Cabbage," by Craig Claiborne, The New York Times
     68   Selleck, Dr. George Albert, San Francisco, California
             Correspondence, Selleck, George A., 1948 Oct 01; 1948 Oct 24; 1949 Apr 07;
               1949 Apr 15; 1949 Apr 26; 1949 Jul 08; 1949 Jul 21; 
             Correspondence, Selleck, Dr. George A. from Paddleford, 1948 Jul 14;
               1949 Jan 27; 1949 Apr 09; 1949 Apr 21; 1952 May 15
             1944 Dec 16, "The Doctor Cooks Dinner," by Neil M. Clark, The Saturday
               Evening Post
             "George Selleck," by Clementine Paddleford, n.d.
     69   Sellers, Marie, Westchester, Pennsylvania
             "Making a Career of Food," by Janet Cooke, n.d.
     70   Sipkin, John, President, Gerber and Company, Inc.
             "Biographical Sketch - John Sipkin," n.d.
     71   Slade, Irene
             1942 Nov, "Contributors," The American Home
     72   Smith, Elizabeth Rudel "Libby," California's Democratic National Committee woman
             "New Treasurer of U. S.," n.d.
     73   Smith, Herman, Inspector of Ordnance, Bridgeport, Connecticut
             1942 Nov, "Herman Smith," The American Home
     74   Smith, Margaret Chase, Republican Congresswoman
             "Margaret Chase Smith," by Clementine Paddleford, n.d.
     75   Sopp, Elsie Doty
             1942 Nov, "Elsie Doty Sopp," The American Home
     76   Spessot, Julius, Chef, White House
             1963 Aug 04, "Cooking at The White House," by Frances Spatz Leighton,
               The American Weekly
     77   Steinbeck, John, Author
             "Steinbeck, Americans Embark for War," by John Steinbeck, n.d.
             "Steinbeck Describes Hospital On Troopship Headed for War," by John Steinbeck, n.d.
             "Steinbeck Gives Bomber Crew's Reaction to News From Home," by John Steinbeck, n.d.
             "Steinbeck Pictures Battle Scene As Correspondent Really Sees It," by
               John Steinbeck, n.d.
             "Steinbeck Says Letters Are Center of Soldiers' Lives," by John Steinbeck, n.d.
             "Steinbeck Sees Yanks Arrive At an English Railroad Station," by John Steinbeck, n.d.
             "Steinbeck Tells Dice Game With a Mulligan Denouement," by John Steinbeck, n.d.
             "Steinbeck Tells How Bagpipes Greet U. S. Soldiers in Britain," by John Steinbeck, n.d.
             "Steinbeck Tells of Soldier Who Went Over Hill at Algiers," by John Steinbeck, n.d.
     78   Stiebeling, Dr. Hazel, Chief, Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics,
          U. S. Department of Agriculture's Research Administration
             1944 Jul, "Notes About Hazel K. Stiebeling" 
             "America's No. 1 Expert on Food and Nutrition," New York Post, n.d.
     79   Stockli, Albert, Chef, Hawaiian Room, Lexington Hote
             1957 Oct 12, "Spices of Life Hold Secrets Of His Glory," by Allan
               Keller, World-Telegram and Sun Saturday Magazine
     80   Strauch, Mrs. Hazel, Aberdeen, South Dakota
             "The Best Cook in Our Town," by Peta J. Fuller, n.d.
     81   Strause, Monroe Boston, Baltimore, Maryland
             1946 Jan 21, "Some Crust," Bakers Weekly
     82   Stuart, Robert D., Jr., President and Chief Executive Officer, The Quaker
          Oats Company
             1967 Sep 14, "Robert D. Stuart, Jr." 
     83   Struther, Jan
             1943 May, "Jan Struther" 
     84   Sweet, W. H
             "W. H. Sweet," n.d.
     85   Szabo, Joseph C., Chairman, Szabo Food Service, Inc.
             1967 Jun 01, "Joseph Szabo" 
     86   Tabbat, Bernard, President, Seagram Distillers Company
             1967 Oct 18, "Seagram's New York Success Story" 
             "Seagram Packaging Experts Are Working on Christmas, 1968," n.d.
     87   Taka, Miiko
             1957 Nov 07, "True Japanese Fare, Oriental Recipes Easy to Prepare," by
               Clementine Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
     88   Taylor, Bill, Artist
             1946 Jun 22, "He Lost 10,000 Years," by Allen Rankin, Collier's
     89   Temple, Shirley, Child Actress
             "The Voice of Broadway," by Dorothy Kilgallen, New York Journal-American, n.d.
     90   Tejera-Paris, Josefina, wife of Venezuelan Ambassador
             "Contender for the Crown," by Judith Viorst, n.d.
     91   Thompson, Dorothy, Journalist
             "What is this thing called 'the average woman'?," Ladies Home Journal, n.d.
     92   Titon, William, Macy's Taster
             "News of Food," n.d.
     93   Tourel, Jennie, Artist and Teacher, Sings in Seven Languages
             1967 Feb 16, "If You Can't Slice Bread or Onions, You'll Never Get
               Married," by Craig Claiborne, The New York Times
     94   Van Saher, Lilla, Hungarian Writer
             1947 Jun 01, "Magyar Mealtime," by Clementine Paddleford, This Week
     95   Verrett, Shirley, Singer
             "Shirley Gives a Rave Performance," by Isabel A. McGovern, n.d.
     96   Villard, Mrs. Vincent
             "Cooks Tour of New York Kitchens," n.d.
     97   Waldo, Myra, Cookbook Author
             1960 Mar 24, "Food News: Travel Seasons Cooking, by Craig Claiborne, The
               New York Times
             "About Myra Waldo," n.d.
             "Food: Fresh Look at Classic Dishes," by Craig Claiborne, n.d.
     98   Washburn, Ruth
             1948 Dec 07, "Ruth Washburn's Winter Supper" 
     99   Wason, Betty, Food Writer
             "The Literary Cook," n.d.
     100  Whitcomb, Jon, Lieutenant, United States Navy Recruiter
             1943 May, "Jon Whitcomb" 
     101  Whitney, Mary Lou
             1963 Aug 11, "M'Lou's Saratoga Lunch," by Clementine Paddleford, New
               York Herald Tribune
     102  Wile, Julius
             Correspondence, Davis Emmett, 1966 Mar 29
     103  Williams, Charles, Williams and Humbert Ltd., Exporter, Spanish Sherries
             1967 Jan 18, "Fine Sherries His Cup of Tea," by Clementine Paddleford,
               World Journal Tribune
     104  Williams, H. I., Photographer
             "Food Is Fashion," n.d.
     105  Woodward, Joanne, Actress
             "Fried Chicken Joanne's Dish," n.d.
     106  Wray, Fay, Actress
             "Tea for two or twenty," by Fay Wray, The Silent Hostess, n.d.
             "There's a Soda Fountain in My Kitchen," by Fay Wray, The Silent Hostess, n.d.
     107  Wright, Russel, Designer
             1960 Sep 25, "How to Put More Fun in Your Home," by Russel Wright, This
               Week Magazine
             "At Home With Russel Wright," n.d.
     108  Zimmerman, Lloyd, Clementine Paddleford's ex-husband
             Correspondence, Zimmerman, Lloyd D., n.d.
             1921, "Kansas State Agricultural College Transcript" 

          Historical Figures, African Americans, and Native Americans
		  
202  01   Eisenhower, Dwight D., World War II General and 34th President of United States
             1943 Jun, "Mother Eisenhower Talks About Her Most Famous Son," by Elmer
               T. Peterson, Better Homes & Gardens
             1952 Jul 24, "Eisenhower Cooks For G.O.P. Leaders," by Russell Porter,
               The New York Times 
             1952 Oct 06, "Fleur Cowles Sees Ike's Cooking As Revelation Of His
               Character," Look
             1953 Apr 30, "Eisenhower Greets South American Women," The New York Times
             1957 Sep, "When the Eisenhowers Cook," by Jack Harrison Pollack, Family Circle
             "4 Eisenhower Favorites Now Available in Cans," by Clementine
               Paddleford, n.d.
             "The Eisenhower's Farewell to the White House Dinner," n.d.
             "Eisenhower's Recipe for Cooking Steak Calls for Throwing It Right on
               the Fire," by Jane Nickerson, n.d.
             "Eisenhower Vegetable Soup," Culinary Review, n.d.
             "General Eisenhower's Version of Kansas' Favorite Dish," n.d.
             "I Chose My Way," n.d.
             "What's Cooking," n.d.
             Correspondence, 1964 Jan, Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower from Paddleford
     02   Franklin, Benjamin
             1941 Jan 17, "Benjamin Franklin Enjoyed Philadelphia Scrapple and Pepper
               Pot Soup," by Zola Vincent, New York Journal and American
             1944 Jan 20, "The Home Maker's Journal," by Zola Vincent
             1944 Aug, "Ben Franklin Genius of Democracy," by Donald Culross Peattie,
               The Reader's Digest
             1949 Jan 19, "Franklin Is Honored at City Hall on 243rd Anniversary of
               His Birth, New York Times     
             1951 Jan 16, "The Grand Old Man of the Constitutional Convention
               'Returns' Here," The New York Times
             1956 Jan 15, "Ben Franklin's Prayer"
             1956 Jan 15, "Franklin Still Speaks to Us," by Henry Steel Commager, The
               New York Times Magazine
             1956 Jan 17, "Book Review," by Lewis Gannett, New York Herald Tribune
             1956 Jan 17, "Books of The Times," by Orville Prescott
             1956, "A 250th Birthday For Ben"
             1964, "A Tribute to a Modern Benjamin Franklin," by Seymour Halpern
     03      "The Art of Making Money Plenty," n,d,
             "Benjamin Franklin and Food," n.d.
             "Bread. . . Partner of Geniuses," n.d.
             "The Fragonard Franklin," n.d.
             "Frugal Men Ideas Featured As Thrift Week Honors Ben Franklin," n.d.
             "Poor Richard's Almanac," n.d.
             "Some Resolutions of 1785," by Benjamin Franklin, n.d.
             "Two Hundred Year Old Advice Especially Timely For Women Today," n.d.
             "Whatd'ya Mean 'Poor' Richard?," n.d.
     04      Correspondence, Tustin, E. B., Jr., 1947 Dec 01
     05   Jefferson, Thomas, 1943; 1956; 1962
             1943 Apr, "Thomas Jefferson Architect of Democracy," by Donald Culross
               Peattie, The Reader's Digest
             1956 Feb 28, "Cake Mixes Inspired By 'Treasured Historic Recipes'
               Introduced At Dromedary Luncheon," by Kathleen Dunning
             1956 Feb 28, "Mr. Redfield's Talk," by William F. Redfield
             1962 Apr 08, "Jefferson Still Survives. . . ," by Saul K. Padover, The
               New York Times Magazine
             "Feast Days At Monticello," by Marie Kimball, n.d.
     06   Johnson, Andrew
             Correspondence, Eames, J. from Paddleford, 1948 Jun 08
             Correspondence, Sherin, Nan L., n.d.
             "City of Melbourne Inauguration Dinner to the Right Worshipful the
               Mayor, Samuel, Esq.," n.d.
             "Dinner by the Citizens of New York To His Excellency President Johnson
               In Honor of His Visit to the City, Wednesday, August 29, 1866,"
               Celebrated Menus, n.d.
     07   Johnson, Lyndon B.
             1964 May 05, "Mrs. Johnson's Spareribs," New York Herald Tribune, n.d.
             "From LBJ's Barbecue Chef," New York Herald Tribune, n.d.
     08   Kennedy, John F.
             1963 Aug 04, "Cooking at The White House," by Frances Spatz Leighton,
               The American Weekly
             1964 Nov, "Thanksgiving Day: A Proclamation," by John F. Kennedy,
               Woman's Day
             1967 Jan 29, "He Cooked For Jackie And JFK," by Clementine Paddleford,
               World Journal Tribune
             "Grand is a Word for Gratin," n.d.
     09   Lincoln, Abraham
             1935 Feb 10, "Patriotic Parties," by the Home Institute Staff, New York
               Herald Tribune
             1938 Feb 21, "How About That 'Independent' Child?," by Sophie L.
               Goldsmith, Home & Food
             1939 Feb 05, "February Parties in Favor," by Helen Manning, This Week Magazine
             1942 Feb 14, "Ballad of the Lincoln Penny," by Alfred Kreymborg, The
               National Weekly
             1944 Feb 12, "Letter Written by Mrs. Lincoln To Queen Victoria Is
               Disclosed," New York Herald Tribune
             1944 Feb, "February 12, February 22, The Birthdays We Celebrate," by
               Caroline B. King, What's New in Home Economics
             1944 Feb, "When Pinkerton Saved Lincoln's Life," by Archie McFedries, Coronet
             1945 Feb 11, "Lincoln's Last Birthday," by R. L. Duffus, The New York Times
             1945 Feb 11, "New Light on Lincoln's Only Romance," by Lloyd Lewis, The
               New York Times Book Review
             1947 Feb 12, "Lincoln Found His Delight in Fried Fruit Pies," by
               Clementine Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
             1947, "Abraham Lincoln, 1947," New York Herald Tribune
             1947 Feb 03, "Abe Lincoln's Homeland Foods," Home Institute, New York
               Herald Tribune
             1947 Feb 08, "Abe Lincoln's Homeland Foods," Home Institute, New York
               Herald Tribune
             1948 Feb 12, "Blessed Event in 1809," by H. T. Webster, New York Herald Tribune
     10      1951 Feb, "February Francis," by Julia Lee Wright, Family Circle   
             1951, "The Bill of Rights" and "Gettysburg Address," Barton Inc.
             1952 Feb 10, "The Living Lincoln," by Joseph Auslander, This Week Magazine
             1953 Feb, "Greatest Examplar of Democracy," Report from Rutgers
             1955 Feb, "Some Tributes to Lincoln On Emancipator's Birthday," New York
               Herald Tribune
             1956 Feb 12, "That All Should Have an Equal Chance," by Barbara Ward,
               The New York Times Magazine
             1957 Feb 10, "Failure Isn't Fatal," by the Reverend James Keller, This
               Week Magazine
             1957 Feb 12, "Ham and Port Loaf High On Lincoln's Food List,"  by
               Clementine Paddleford
             1958 Feb-Mar, "Lincoln Still Lives in Illinois," Monsanto Magazine
             1961 Feb 12, "Future Held Agony For Man In Train," Sarasota Herald-Tribune
             1962 Feb 11, "The Great Lincoln Portrait Mystery," by Stefan Lorant,
               This Week Magazine
             1962 Feb 12, "Foods Lincoln Loved"
             1962, "Lincoln's Prairie Years"
             1964 Feb 06, "Putting Ginger in Lincoln's Birthday," by Craig Claiborne,
               The New York Times
             1967 Feb 12, "Honest, Abe Had a Sweet Tooth," by Clementine Paddleford,
               New York Herald Tribune
     11      "Abe," n.d.
             "At Home With the Abraham Lincolns," by Anne Colver, McCall's Magazine, n.d.
             "The Boy who Walked 24 miles for something to Read," The American Weekly, n.d.
             "Congressman Lincoln, '47-'49," by James E. Warner, n.d.
             "Foods That Lincoln Liked," Home Institute, New York Herald Tribune, n.d.
             "Honest Abe Luncheon," n.d.
             "Lincoln, Man of Peace," n.d.
             "Lincoln Wouldn't Believe It!," n.d
             "Lincolniana," by Joseph Trum, Coronet, n.d.
             "Lincoln's Gettysburg Address," by the Lakeside Press, n.d.
             "A Log Cabin Supper Party," by The Modern Homemaker, McCall's, n.d.
             "The Long Shadow of Lincoln," by Carl Sandburg, n.d
             "Most truly your friend, A. Lincoln," Ghost Town News, n.d.
             "Mrs. Frederick's Recipes," American Weekly, n.d.
             "Pioneer and Prairie Dishes for Moderns," by Mrs. Christine Frederick, n.d.
             "Spalding Sports Show," n.d.
             "To those whose sons have died in battle..," by A. Lincoln, n.d.
             "Visions of Lincoln," by Edgar Daniel Kramer, n.d.
             "Why Not a Sunday Lincoln Supper Party?," by Louise Bennett Weaver, n.d.
     12      Correspondence, Bullock, Helen Duprey, National Trust for Historic
               Preservation to Mrs. Walter J. Bokros, 1959 Feb 05
     13   Roosevelt, Eleanor, Columnist and First Lady, wife to President Franklin D. Roosevelt
             1948 Aug 23, "People," Time Magazine
     14   Roosevelt, Franklin D.
             1933 Oct 04, "National Conference Catholic Charities Annual Dinner,
               President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Guest of Honor"
     15   Roosevelt, Theodore
             [Kitchen at Sagamore Hill], n.d.
     16   Washington, George
             1936 Feb, "George Washington Luncheon-Bridge," by Beatrice Clark
               Campbell, The American Home
             1936, "Favorite Recipes of Washington's Mother"
             1937 Feb 19, "Cherries Grand Old Favorites On Washington's Birthday
               Menus," by Florence Richards, The Daily Mirror
             1937 Feb 21, "Mount Vernon's Dishes Still Appeal, "by Florence Brobeck,
               The New York Time Magazine
             1937 Feb, "A Short Month and a Merry One," edited by, Edith Wasson
               McElroy, Better Homes & Garden
             1937 Nov 11, "The Board Groans in Virginia," by Edith M. Barber
             1938 Feb, "First Ladies For Their Hospitality," by Ruth Sawin, The Iowa Homemaker
             1939 Feb 19, "Living and Leisure," by Jane Cobb, The New York Times
             1939 Feb 20, "Martha Washington, Devoted Helpmate," by Flora Sands
               Carlan, Home & Food
             1939 Sep 02, "Washington Hall Dishes," by Home Institute Staff, New York
               Herald Tribune
             1939 Sep, "Beer Brewed From Washington's Recipe To Be Served On Brewing
               Industry Day"
             1939, "Washington Recipes for Week-end Gaiety," by Mrs. Gaynor Maddox
     17      1940 Feb 21, "Unveiling of Federal Hall Memorial Plaque," Federal Hall
               Chronicle
             1940 Feb, "Menus at Mount Vernon," by June Platt, House & Garden
             1940 Jul, "The Capital Makes Merry," by Rita Wellman, House & Garden
             1941 Feb 16, "Cherries Take the Spotlight," by Prudence Penny, Sunday Mirror
             1941 Feb 20, "Cherry Desserts Appropriate"
             1941, "Washington - Fine Host"
             1943 Feb 11, "From the Sunkist Kitchen Washington's Birthday Release"
             1943 Feb, "A Quiet Man," by Howard Fast, Woman's Day
             1946 Feb 22, "Washington Liked These," by Home Institute Staff, New York
               Herald Tribune
             1947 Feb 11, "History of the Recipe for Dromedary Gingerbread Mix"
             1947 Feb 21, "Recipes of Washington's Mother Still Popular," by
               Clementine Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
             1947 Feb 22, "Cherry Poe at Fraunces Tavern Today in Honor of the
               General," by Clementine Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune 
             1947 Feb 22, "Farmer George," Science News Letter
             1947 Jun 29, "Food For Patriots," by Home Institute Staff, New York
               Herald Tribune 
             1948 Feb 22, "Mount Vernon Favorites," by Home Institute Staff, New York
               Herald Tribune
             1948 Feb 22, "The Washingtons At Home," by Harriet Jean Anderson, This
               Week Magazine
             1949 Feb 22, "Washington the Connoisseur Gets a Birthday Toast in Wine,"
               by Clementine Paddleford 
     18      1950 Feb 19, "Portrait of Washington as President," by Dumas Malone, The
               New York Times Magazine
             1950 Feb, "February's Patriotic Treat"
             1950 Mar 14, "The First Washington"
             1951 Feb 14, "Washington's Favorite Gingerbread Now Yours In Dromedary's
               Ready Mix"
             1951 Sep 13, "George Washington Brewed Own Beer"
             1952 Feb 17, "Washington in His Finest Hour," by H. I. Brock, The New
               York Times
             1953 Oct 28, "Mt. Vernon Great Cake Is Available," by Clementine
               Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
             1953 Fall, "A Message to Garcia," by P. K. Thomajan, Lipton Magazine
             1955 Jan 03, "Bread Baked as in Washington's Day," by Clementine
               Paddleford
             1955 Mar 25, "Additional Martha Washington Recipes"
             1955 Apr 11, "First Lady Martha Washington"
             1955 Jun 21, "Cookery Adds to Fame of Martha Washington," by Clementine
               Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
             1957 Jan 13, "Washington, Off to War, Wrote Wife of Love," by Jay Walz
               The New York Times
             1957 Feb 17, "Close-Up fo the First First Lady," by Charles Parmer, The
               New York Times Magazine  
             1958, "The Washington I Knew," by Thomas Jefferson [reprint]
     19      1960 Jan 31, "In February," The New York Times Magazine
             1967 Feb 22, "This Holiday Grocer's Dream," by Clementine Paddleford,
               World Journal Tribune
             1967, "Fraunces Tavern Restaurant"
     20      "Answer to Doubters," by George E. Sokolsky, This Week Magazine, n.d.
             "The Bulletin Board," n.d.
             "Celebrate Washington's Birthday Any One of These Gay Ways," n.d.
             "Celebrate Washington's Birthday With Foods He Actually Enjoyed!," n.d.
             "Cherries!," by Isabel N. Young
             "A Cherry Log For Washington's Birthday," Modern Science Institute, n.d.
             "Colonial Larder So Big Housewife Kept Key Basket," n.d.
             "A Dinner at Mount Vernon," by Edith M. Barber, New York Sun, n.d.
             "Everybody Has a Birthday," by Irene Rogers, n.d.
             "Farmer Washington Held His Soil With Rubbish," n.d.
             "Fraunces Tavern," n.d.
             "Food for Patriots," n.d.
             "George Washington," n.d.
             "George Washington Buffet," n.d.
             "George Washington Hire You?," n.d.
             "Gingerbread Cradled in History," n.d.
             "Legacy From Martha Washington: Lavish Meals," by Jane Nickerson, n.d.
             "Let George Do It," n.d.
             "Let's Be Serious About Desserts," by Sheila Hibben, n.d.
             "Making the Most of Cherries," by Mrs. Christine Frederick, n.d.
             "The Man of Great Importance," n.d.
             "Martha Washington Delicacies Served at Washington Hall," n.d.
             "Martha Washington's Historic Cook Book and Some of the Original First
               Lady's Recipes," The American Weekly, n.d.
             "Martha's Dishes For George,"by Home Institute Staff, New York Herald Tribune, n.d.
     21      "Mary Ball Washington Honored on Birthday of Her Famous Son," n.d.
             "Mrs. Washington at Valley Forge," New York Dress Institute, n.d.
             "News of Food," n.d.
             "News of Food: Olde Cookery," by Jane Nickerson, n.d.
             "Novel Holiday Dishes," n.d.
             "Old Mill Inn," n.d.
             "Plan Your Holiday Buffet Supper With Cheer," by Zola Vincent, New York
               Journal and American, n.d.
             "Shrine on the Potomac," by Bradley Smith, n.d.
             "A Very Truly Yours Social," n.d.
             "Washington," by Harold Applebaum, n.d.
             "Washington Cherry Pie," n.d.
             "Washington Gingerbread," n.d.
             "Washington Hall," n.d.
             "Washington Said It," 
             "Washington Salad," n.d.
             "Washington's Birthday Bisque," n.d.
             "Washington's Birthday Dinner Party," n.d.
             "Washington's Good Manners," by Mrs. Cornelius Beeckman, n.d.
             "Washington's Mill," n.d.
             "Washington's Recipes Favored Applejack," n.d.
             "Washington's Recipes Given in New Almanac," n.d.
             "Where on Earth Can You See George Washington's Lower Denture," by Ted Atwood, n.d.
             "Woodlawn Plantation," n.d.
             "You Can Bake a Cherry Pie," by Margaret Pettigrew, n.d.
     22      "A Sweet Salute To Our Colonial Fathers," by Clementine Paddleford
             [Paddleford's handwritten notes]
     23      Correspondence
               Gray, Coleman R., 1955 Nov 03; 1955 Dec 02
               Kendall, Messmore from Paddleford, 1945 Jan 04
               1954 Nov 10, "Great Cake Available From Virginia by Mail," by
                  Clementine Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune [included with
                  Coleman Gray's correspondence]
     24   Wilson, Mrs. Woodrow
             1955 Mar 28, "Mrs. Wilson to Be Woodlawn Guest"
     25   African Americans
             1939 Jan 08, "In Harlem New Frontiers Await the Gourmet," by August
               Loeb, The New York Times Magazine
             1948 Dec 13, "Manners & Morals," Time Magazine
             1949 May 23, "Where Tribute Will Be Paid to Former Slave"
             "Culinary Arts and the Negro Youth," n.d.
             "Honoring a Great American," (Dr. George Washington Carver)
             "Jim Crow's Other Side," by Hodding Carter, n.d.
             "Ottley Notes," n.d.
     26   African Americans [although titled the same, all are different]
             1948 Aug 14, "In the Land of Jim Crow," by Ray Sprigle, New York Herald Tribune
             1948 Aug 18, "In the Land of Jim Crow," by Ray Sprigle, New York Herald Tribune
             1948 Aug 20, "in the Land of Jim Crow," by Ray Sprigle, New York Herald Tribune
             "In The Land Of Jim Crow," by Ray Sprigle, n.d.
             "In the Land of Jim Crow," by Ray Sprigle, n.d.
             "In the Land of Jim Crow," by Ray Sprigle, n.d.
     27   African Americans, Correspondence
             DeKnight, Drida, n.d.
             Vanderbilt, Amy, 1943 Jul 19
     28   Native Americans
             1937 Mar 03, "Ye Who Love the Legends of a Nation Love the Ballad of a People"
             1941 Jan 13, [Indian Art Exhibit]
             1941 Jan 19, [Comprehensive Exhibit]
             1941 Jan 20, "Art of the American Indian Which Will Go on Exhibition
               Here Wednesday, New York Herald Tribune
             1941 Feb 27, [The American Indian Minority]
             1942 Oct, "The Culinary Art of the Navajos," by Anna E. Falls, Practical
               Home Economics
             1943 Jun, "The American Indian, artist," by Frank Crowninshield, House & Garden
             1947 Apr, "America's First Great Lady," by Donald Culross Peattie, The
               Reader's Digest
             1957 Nov, "Cuisine: American-Indian," Cheers
             1965 Nov 07, "The Most Fascinating Food Book of the Year," by Clementine
               Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
     29      "Cat-Tails Make Good Eating If You Know What Part and When to Gather Them," n.d.
             [Charles A. Philhower], n.d.
             "Cherokee Thanksgiving Festival Usually Lasts Nine Days," n.d.
             "Corn of Many Colors Was, Still Is Indian Mainstay," n.d.
             "Destiny," n.d.
             "Fight for Peace, Indians are Told," n.d.
             "Flowers for Food," n.d.
             "Food and Drug Plants of the American Indian in New York Botanical
               Garden's Display an International Flower Show," n.d.
             "From Legend to Silo, King Corn Among the Cherokees," by Princess Atalie, n.d.
             "If An Indian Had a Stomach-Ache Here's What He Did For It," n.d.
             "Indian Art to Influence Modern Homes," by Agnes Adams, n.d.
             "Indian Cranberry Princess," n.d.
             "The Indian Had No Spinach But He Used Five Dozen Substitutes For It," n.d.
             "Indian Legends are Dear to this Montclair Woman," by Edna A. W. Teall, n.d.
             "Indian Prima Donna Describes First Dehydrated Foods in America," n.d.
             "Indian Trading Post Recipes," The American Weekly, n.d.
     30      "Indians' Party Menu of Native American Foods," n.d.
             "Introducing a First Daughter of America, Princess Atalie Unkalunt"
             "New Jersey Meadows Offer Food in the Acres of Cane Grass," n.d.
             "Pemmican, Food of the Indians, Featured at Cranberry Harvest Festival," n.d.
             "A Princess Dips Deep in Indian Lore," n.d.
             "Remember the Redman's Contribution," by Elsie Robinson, n.d.
             "Sacred Formulas of the Cherokees," n.d.
             "Tomahawk and Totem," n.d.
             "Woman's Part in Political Problems of Our Country," by Princess Atalie Unkalunt, n.d.
     31   Native Americans, Recipes
             1967 Mar 16, "New Yorkers Dine on Legacies of the Indian, From Aztec to
               Zuni," by Craig Claiborne, The New York Times
             "American Indian Food Makes Fine Table Fare, Seventeen News, n.d.
     32   Native Americans, Thanksgiving
             1951 Nov 22, "Indian Princess Tells of Tribal Thanksgiving," by
               Clementine Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
             "Indian Epicures of North America," The Berkshire Courier, n.d.
             [Princess Atalie], Paddleford's typescripts
     33   Native Americans, Notes
             1937 Mar, "Society of First Sons and Daughters of America," Paddleford's
               Handwritten Notes
     34   Native Americans, Correspondence
             Woodward, Carol H., 1942 Feb




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