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Subjects, 1930-1966

Box  Folder
203  01     Advertisements
     02     Addresses
     03     Animals
     04     Art
     05     Baking
     06     Beacon Hill Wednesday Nite Buffet, The
     07-23  Beverages, General
            
204  01-10  Beverages, Alcoholic
     11-28     Beer

205  01-03     Bourbon
     04-08     Champagne
     09        Cocktails
     10-15     Cognac
     16        Cognac, Correspondence
     17        Gin
     18-19     Juleps
     20-24     Liqueurs

206  01-10     Rum
     11        Seagram 7
     12-16     Alcoholic, Sherry
     17-18     Sherry Report, 1955
     19        Tequila
     20        Vermouth
     21        Vodka
     22        Vodka, Smirnoff

207  01        Whiskey
     02        Whiskey, Scotch
     03-22     Wine

208  01-11     Wine
     12        Wine, California
     13-20     Wine, Cooking with Wine
     21        Wine Serving
     22        Wine Storing

209  01     Beverages, Non-Alcoholic
     02-19     Coffee
     20        Coffee, Compendium
     21        Coffee, History
     22        Coffee, History of Chase and Sanborn Coffee
     23-24     Coffee, Houses
     25        The Story of Imported French Nescafe
     26        Coffee, Correspondence

210  01-02     Juice
     03        Juice, Citrus
     04-05     Juice, Grape
     06        Juice, Grapefruit
     07        Juice, Lime
     08        Juice, Orange
     09        Juice, Pineapple
     10-12     Juice, Tomato
     13        Juice, Tomato, History
     14        Juice, Vegetable
     15        Punch
     16-35     Tea
     36        Tea, Flower Herbs
     37        Tea, Matte

211  01-02     Water
     03-04     Water, Perrier
     05        Water, Deaf Smith County, Texas
     06        Water, Correspondence
     07-10  Boating
     11     Boating, Correspondence
     12-21  Books, Cook Books
     22     Books, Cook Book, The Settlement Cook Book
     23     Books, Cook Book Releases
     24-25  Books, Book Reviews
     26     Books, Correspondence
     27     Business Cards

212  01     Camping
     02-07  Catering
     08        Correspondence
     09-11  Children
     12-24     Babies 
     25        Mont Lawn
     26        Stories
     27        Teenagers

213  01     Clothing
     02     Clothing Review
     03     Committees
     04-05  Conference, Food Editors
     06        List of Newspaper Food Editors
     07        Drake Hotel, Chicago, Illinois, 1946 Oct 28
     08        Drake Hotel, Chicago, Illinois, 1951 Oct 14
     09        French Room, Drake Hotel, Chicago, Illinois, 1957 Oct 01
     10        Food Forum 1958, Grand Ballroom, The Plaza Hotel, New York
                 City, New York, 1958 Nov 06 and 07
     11-12     Fifth International Food Congress and Exhibition, New York
                 Coliseum, New York City, New York, 1962 Sep 08-16
     13        "A Very Short Course In Wine Cookery," The Waldorf-Astoria
                 Hotel, New York City, New York, 1964 Oct 04
     14-17     Drake Hotel, Chicago, Illinois, 1967 Oct 05
     18     Conference, National Food Conference, National Youthpower
               Congress, Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois, 1961 Mar 09-11
     19-20     Correspondence reference to National Youthpower Congress,
                 1961 Mar 09-11
     21     Convention, Pacific Coast Regional Convention, National
               Restaurant Association, Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles,
               California, 1939
     22     Convention, Twenty-second Annual Convention of Super Market
               Institute, Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1959 May 24-27
            Cooking
     23        Cooking for One
     24-28     Cooking for Two
     29        Creative Cooking
     30        Pressure Cooking

214  01-02     Cooking School
     03        Cooking School, Correspondence
     04        Young Cooks
     05     Crafts
     06     Dinner, The Black Dinner, 1951
     07     Dinner, Gourmet Tour, 1957 Mar 07
     08     Dinner Etiquette
     09     Dinner, Great Menus
     10     Dinner Party, 59th Trade Dinner Party, 1967 Nov 20
     11     Dinner Preparations
     12     Drinking
     13     Electricity
     14     Energy, Atomic/Radiation Research in Agriculture
     15     Entertaining
     16     Entomology
     17-19  Fairs
     20-25     Circus
     26        Correspondence
     27        Danbury
     28        Danish Food Fair
     29        History
     30-33     International     
     34        World's, 1939
     35-37     World's, 1964
     38        Village Fair
     39     Fashion

215  01     Festivals
     02        Alabama
     03        Alaska
     04        Arkansas
     05        California
     06        Colorado
     07        Connecticut
     08        Delaware
     09        Georgia
     10        Hawaii
     11        Iowa
     12        Kansas
     13        Kentucky
     14        Louisiana
     15        Maine
     16        Maryland
     17        Michigan
     18          National Cherry Festival
     19          National Cherry Festival, Correspondence
     20        Minnesota
     21        Mississippi
     22        Missouri
     23        Nevada
     24        New Hampshire
     25        New Mexico
     26        New York
     27        North Carolina
     28        Ohio
     29        Oregon
     30        Pennsylvania
     31        Rhode Island
     32        South Carolina
     33        Tennessee
     34        Texas
     35        Utah
     36        Vermont
     37        Virginia
     38        Washington
     39        West Virginia
     40        Wisconsin
     41     Flowers

216  01     Food, General
     02        1860s
     03-14     Airline Food
     15          Air Cargo Luncheon, Hotel Book-Cadillac, Detroit,
                    Michigan, 1944 Mar 23
     16          "Eating High Wide and Handsome" by Clementine Paddleford
     17          "High Flying Supper"
     18          "Picnics In The Sky" by Clementine Paddleford

217  01-02     Astronauts
     03        Bible as a Guide
     04        Calories, Low
     05-08     Canned Foods
     09-11     Canning
     12-13       Fruit
     14-28       Jams, Jellies and Preserves

218  01          Meat
     02-07       Pickles and Relishes
     08          Vegetables
     09        Coloring
     10        Comfort
     11-21     Dehydrated
     22-23     Freeze Dried
     24-25     Freezing
     26-30     Frozen

219  01-16     Frozen
     17-19     Gerontology
     20        Meals, Budget
     21-25     Military

220  01-07     Military
     08        Processes
     09        Quotes
     10        Recipes, "All-America Recipes And All-America Roses"
     11        Safety
     12        Shows
     13        Taste and Texture
     14-16     Tips
     17        Trains
     18        Vending Machines
     19-21     Waste

            Foods
221  01-12     Appetizers
     13-25     Barbecue

222  01-14     Barbecue
     15          America's Cookout Championship "For Men Only," Hawaiian
                    Village Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1963 Apr 16-23
     16-17       America's Cookout Championship, Hilton Hawaiian Village
                    Hotel Honolulu, Hawaii, 1964 Apr 18
     18          Barbecue Around the World
     19-20       Correspondence
     21          Equipment
     22          History
     23          "Barbecues For Buckaroos or Barbecue Is A Man's Game of
                    How To Throw A Pick-A-Rib"
     24          Article about burger and bun party

223  01-22     Bread, General
     23          General, Correspondence
     24          Anadama                
     25          Anadama, Correspondence
     26-28       Biscuits
     29          Biscuits, Correspondence

224  01          Corn Bread
     02-03       Crumbs and Cubes
     04          Crumpets
     05          Crumpets, Correspondence
     06-07       Flour
     08          Flour, Correspondence
     09          Flour, Earle process
     10-11       Flour, Mills
     12          Flour, Mills, Correspondence
     13          Flour, Wheat
     14          Hush Puppies
     15-16       Muffins
     17          Popovers
     18-20       Rolls
     21          Scones
     22          Sourdough
     23          Sourdough, Correspondence
     24          Sweet
     25-26       Toast
     27          Toast, Correspondence
     28-29       Wheat Germ
     30          Wheat Germ, Correspondence
     31          Wheat Germ, Kretschmer Wheat Germ Corporation
     32          Wheat Germ, Sophia Gordon
     33          Wheat Germ, Sophia Gordon, Correspondence

225  01-03     Casserole, General
     04          Chicken
     05          Pork
     06          Shepherd's Pie
     07          Tuna
     08          Vegetable
     09        Caviar
     10-16     Crackers
     17          National Biscuit Company
     18          Ritz
     19          "Cracker Box Desserts" by Paddleford
     20          "A Great Biscuit-Maker, The Story of Jonathan Dodgson
                    Carr, 1806-1884"
     21          "The Story of Huntley & Palmers, Limited, a Romance of
                    the British Biscuit Industry"
     22          Correspondence
     23        Dairy
     24          "Landmarks In The History of the Dairy Industry," by
                    Louise Lytle Patterson
     25-37       Cheese

226  01-06       Cheese
     07          Cheese, Correspondence
     08          Cheese, Beaufort Royal
     09          Cheese, Blue
     10-14       Cheese, Cottage Cheese
     15          Cheese, Cream Cheese
     16          Cheese, Holland
     17          Cheese, Liederkranz
     18          Cheese, Macy's
     19          Cheese, Roquefort Association
     20          Cheese, Roquefort, Court Decree, Roquefort vs. King Cole
                    Stores of Bridgeport, Inc., and Samuel Meshkin,
                    Washington Market, a corporation, and Benjamin Mahl
     21-24       Cheese, Swiss
     25          Cheese, Swiss, Correspondence, includes judgement
                    rendered by Supreme Court Justice Meyer Steinbrink, of
                    the Supreme Court of the State of New York, relative
                    to the use of the words "Genuine," "Genuine Imported,"
                    and "Imported" in the description of Swiss Cheese
     26          Cheese, Treasure Cave
     27          Cheese, "All American Cheese Tray" by Paddleford
     28          Cheese, "Pass a Tray of Cheese"
     29-34       Milk Products

227  01          Milk, Correspondence
     02          Milk, Buttermilk
     03          Milk, Certified
     04          Milk, Certified Milk Farm, Walker-Gordon Farm,
                    Plainsboro, New Jersey
     05          Milk, Condensed
     06-07       Milk, Cream, Sour
     08          Milk, Cream, Whipped
     09-11       Milk, Evaporated
     12-13       Milk, Goats Milk
     14-15       Milk, Nonfat Dry
     16          Milk, Sour
     17-18       Milk, Yogurt
     19          Milk, "Bottled Sunshine," by Paddleford
     20-24     Desserts, General
     25          Correspondence
     26          Nestle Company
     27-31       Cake
     32          Cake, Correspondence

228  01          Cake, Angel Food
     02          Cake, Biblical Cake
     03          Cake, Butter
     04-05       Cake, Cheesecake
     06          Cake, Chiffon
     07          Cake, Chocolate
     08          Cake, Christmas
     09          Cake, Coconut
     10          Cake, Coffee
     11          Cake, Decorating
     12          Cake, Flour
     13          Cake, Frosting
     14          Cake, Fruitcake
     15          Cake, History
     16          Cake, Lemon
     17-21       Cake, Mixes
     22          Cake, Mixes, Pillsbury
     23          Cake, Nut
     24          Cake, Party
     25          Cake, Pineapple
     26          Cake, Pound
     27          Cake, Seed
     28          Cake, Shortcake
     29          Cake, Sponge
     30          Cake, Strawberry
     31          Cake, Upside Down
     32          Cake, Wedding
     33-40       Candy, General

            Foods, Desserts (cont.)
229  01-08       Candy, General
     09          Candy, Correspondence
     10          Candy, Candy Making Lecture Course
     11          Candy, Chocolate
     12          Candy, History
     13          Candy, Sugar Plums
     14          Candy, Speech by William P. Market, Director of Candy,
                    Chocolate and Confectionery Institute At Food Editor's
                    Conference, September 16, 1962
     15          Candy, "America's "Sweet Tooth" Tempted By New Candy
                    Desserts At NCA Convention," 1953 Jun 16
     16          Candy, "Butter Candies All Year Round With The Help Of
                    Yeast And Oat Products," by Dr. Lawrence E. Martin,
                    Head Sugarcane Products Division Southern Regional
                    Research Laboratory, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1965 Jun 16
     17          Candy, "Candy Cookery"
     18          Candy, "Candy Nuggets," by Janice Nelson
     19          Candy, "Have A Piece Of Candy," by A. Talbott Roche
     20          Candy, "New Candy Rations For The Armed Forces," by H. B.
                    Cosler, General Products Division Food Laboratories
                    Quartermaster Food and Container Institute, Chicago,
                    Illinois, 1953 Jun 16
     21          Candy, "A Safe Christmas Journey In A Candy Box," by Paddleford 
                    [Paddleford used the name Clemence Haskin for the article]
     22          Candy, "The Story Of Candy," by Retail Candy Store Institute 
     23          Candy, "Where Does It Come From?," National
                    Confectioners' Association
     24-29       Chocolate and Chocolate in General
     30          Chocolate, "Walter Baker Plant Tour Story"
     31          Cobbler
     32-37       Cookies

230  01-03       Cookies
     04          Cream Puffs
     05          Custard
     06-12       Donuts
     13          Donuts, Correspondence
     14          Donuts, Anna Joralemon and Ruth Irene Joralemon
     15          Donuts, Evelyn Orr
     16          Donuts, History
     17          Donuts, "Make Dough With Doughnuts" or "Dollars In
                    Doughnuts," by Paddleford
     18          Flaming
     19-24       Gelatin
     25          Gelatin, Correspondence
     26          Gelatin, History
     27          Gelatin, The Story of Knox Gelatin
     28-35       Ice Cream

231  01-06       Ice Cream
     07          Ice Cream, Correspondence
     08          Ice Cream, History
     09          Ice Cream, Homemade
     10          Ice Cream, Sundaes
     11          Jams and Jellies
     12          Marshmallow
     13          Mousse
     14          Pastry
     15-19       Pie
     20          Pie, Correspondence
     21          Pie, Apple
     22          Pie, Banana
     23          Pie, Berry
     24          Pie, Chiffon
     25          Pie, Crust
     26          Pie, Custard
     27          Pie, Eggnog
     28          Pie, Lemon
     29          Pie, Peach
     30          Pie, Pecan
     31          Pie, Pumpkin
     32          Pie, Raisin
     33          Pudding
     34          Pudding, Plum
     35          Pudding, Rice
     36          Pudding, Steamed
     37          Pudding, Tapioca
     38          Souffle
     39        Dips
     40        Dumplings

            Foods (cont.)
232  01-11     Eggs
     12          Correspondence
     13          Baked
     14          Boiled
     15          Deviled
     16          Easter
     17          Law, New York State Egg Law
     18          Meringue
     19          Omelet
     20          Powdered
     21-22       Souffle
     23-24     Fats
     25          Correspondence
     26-29       Butter
     30          Butter, Correspondence
     31          Butter, History

233  01-02       Frying Techniques
     03-04       Lard
     05          Lard, Correspondence
     06-12       Margarine
     13          Margarine, Correspondence
     14          Margarine, History of Federal Margarine Legislation
     15-16       Margarine, Mazola
     17          Oil
     18          Oil, Mazola
     19          Oil, Mineral
     20-23       Oil, Olive
     24          Oil, Peanut
     25-28       Oil, Safflower
     29          Oil, Soybean
     30          Oil, Sunflower
     31          Oil, Vegetable
     32-33       Polyunsaturates
     34-35       Salvage
     36-37       Shortening, Hydrogenated
     38          Shortening, Vegetable

234  01-03     Flavor and Taste
     04          Brillant-Savarin, Jean Anthelme
     05-07       Flavorings
     08          Flavorings, Dill
     09          Flavorings, Orange
     10-11       Flavorings, Vanilla
     12          Flavorings, Vanilla, Correspondence
     13-24     Fruit
     25          Correspondence
     26          "Fruit Crops Of The United States"
     27-33       Apples

            Foods, Fruit (cont.)
235  01-10       Apples
     11          Apples, Correspondence
     12          Apples, Appalachian Apple Service
     13          Apples, Applesauce
     14          Apples, Appleseed, Johnny
     15          Apples, Baked
     16          Apples, Cider
     17          Apples, Dried
     18          Apples, Processed Apples Institute
     19          Apricots
     20-22       Avocado
     23-27       Bananas

236  01-03       Berries, General
     04          Berries, Correspondence
     05          Berries, Blackberry
     06-09       Berries, Blueberry
     10          Berries, Blueberry, Correspondence
     11          Berries, Boysenberry
     12-20       Berries, Cranberry
     21          Berries, Cranberry, Correspondence
     22          Berries, Elderberry
     23          Berries, Gooseberry
     24          Berries, Mulberry
     25          Berries, Pimento
     26          Berries, Raspberry
     27-34       Berries, Strawberry
     35          Berries, Strawberry, Correspondence

237  01-04       Cherries
     05          Cherries, Correspondence
     06-08       Coconut
     09          Coconut, Correspondence
     10-17       Dates
     18          Dates, Correspondence
     19-21       Dried Fruit
     22          Dried Fruit, Correspondence
     23-25       Dried Fruit, Figs
     26-28       Dried Fruit, Prunes
     29          Dried Fruit, Prunes, Correspondence
     30          Dried Fruit, Raisins
     31          Grapefruit

238  01-10       Grapes
     11          Grapes, Correspondence
     12-20       Lemons
     21          Lemons, Correspondence
     22          Lemons, History of Lemons and Lemon Juice
     23-25       Limes
     26          Limes, Correspondence
     27-28       Lychee
     29          Lychee, Correspondence
     30          Mangos
     31          Mangos, Correspondence
     32-35       Melons
     36          Melons, Correspondence

239  01          Melons, Cantaloupes
     02-04       Melons, Watermelons
     05          Melons, Watermelons, Correspondence
     06-10       Olives
     11          Olives, Correspondence
     12-20       Oranges
     21          Oranges, Correspondence
     22          Papaya
     23-32       Peaches
     33-34       Peaches, Correspondence

240  01-06       Pears
     07          Pears, Correspondence
     08-10       Persimmons
     11-16       Pineapple
     17          Pineapple, Correspondence
     18          Pineapple, History of Hawaiian Pineapple Industry
     19          Plantains
     20-23       Plums
     24          Plums, Correspondence
     25          Pomegranates
     26          Quinces
     27          Quinces, Correspondence
     28-29       Tangerines
     30-34       Tropical 
     35          Tropical, Correspondence

            Foods (cont.)
241  01-21     Herbs, General
     22          Correspondence
     23          Basil
     24          Bay Leaves
     25          Dandelion
     26          Dill
     27          Garlic
     28          History of the House of Herbs
     29-30       Mint
     31          Mint, Correspondence
     32          Parsley

242  01          Rose Geranium
     02          Rose Hips
     03          Rosemary
     04          Saffron
     05          Sesame
     06          Tarragon 
     07          Tea
     08          Tea, Correspondence
     09-10     Ice
     11        Ice, Correspondence
     12        Jams and Jelly
     13-14     Leftovers
     15        Low Carbohydrate Cookery
     16-30     Meat, General

243  01          Bones
     02-04       Broiler
     05-06       Canned
     07-10       Cold
     11          Extenders
     12          Ground
     13-15       Hash
     16          Loaves
     17          Meatless Meals
     18-21       Organs
     22          Pies

            Foods, Meats
244  01-04       Beef, General
     05          Beef, Correspondence
     06          Beef, Bohack, H. C. Company, Inc.
     07          Beef, Corned
     08          Beef, Dried
     09-15       Beef, Ground
     16          Beef, Heart
     17-18       Beef, Loaves
     19-21       Beef, Roast
     22          Beef, Sirloin, The Story of Sirloin
                    "English Lord Honored By National Beef Council"
                    "History of Hoghton Castle"
                    "Transcript of Sir Cuthbert De Hoghton's Greeting to the
                      Annual Meeting of the National Beef Council
     23-26       Beef, Steak
     27          Beef, Steak, Sirloin
     28          Beef, The Story of Tenderized Beef
     29          Bologna
     30          Buffalo

245  01-28       Fish/Seafood, General
     29          Fish/Seafood, Correspondence

246  01          Fish/Seafood, Albacore
     02          Fish/Seafood, Anchovy
     03          Fish/Seafood, Arctic Char
     04          Fish/Seafood, Bass
     05          Fish/Seafood, Bluefish
246  06          Fish/Seafood, Butterfish
     07          Fish/Seafood, Carp
     08-11       Fish/Seafood, Caviar
     12          Fish/Seafood, Caviar, Correspondence
     13          Fish/Seafood, Codfish
     14          Fish/Seafood, Coquina
     15          Fish/Seafood, Cuttlefish
     16-17       Fish/Seafood, Eel
     18          Fish/Seafood, Fillets
     19-20       Fish/Seafood, "The Fish Story"
     21          Fish/Seafood, Flounder
     22          Fish/Seafood, Haddock
     23          Fish/Seafood, Halibut
     24-26       Fish/Seafood, Herring
     27          Fish/Seafood, Herring, Correspondence
     28          Fish/Seafood, History
     29-30       Fish/Seafood, "A History of the Fishery Industries of New
                    York," by John H. Matthews
     31          Fish/Seafood, Kingfish
     32-33       Fish/Seafood, Kipper
     34-35       Fish/Seafood, Mackerel
     36          Fish/Seafood, Mullet
     37          Fish/Seafood, Pollack
     38          Fish/Seafood, Pompano
     39          Fish/Seafood, Porgy
     40          Fish/Seafood, Puffer/Swell Fish
     41          Fish/Seafood, Rose Fish

247  01-04       Fish/Seafood, Salmon
     05          Fish/Seafood, Salmon, Correspondence
     06-07       Fish/Seafood, Sardines
     08-10       Fish/Seafood, Scallops
     11          Fish/Seafood, Scallops, Correspondence
     12          Fish/Seafood, Sea Urchin
     13          Fish/Seafood, Seapak Corporation
     14-20       Fish/Seafood, Shad
     21          Fish/Seafood, Shad, Correspondence
     22          Fish/Seafood, Shark
     23          Fish/Seafood, Shellfish
     24-28       Fish/Seafood, Shellfish, Clams
     29-30       Fish/Seafood, Shellfish, Clams, Correspondence
     31          Fish/Seafood, Shellfish, Conch

248  01-05       Fish/Seafood, Shellfish, Crab
     06          Fish/Seafood, Shellfish, Crab, Correspondence
     07-08       Fish/Seafood, Shellfish, Crawfish
     09          Fish/Seafood, Shellfish, Crawfish, Correspondence
     10-18       Fish/Seafood, Shellfish, Lobster
     19          Fish/Seafood, Shellfish, Lobster, Correspondence
     20-22       Fish/Seafood, Shellfish, Mussels
     23          Fish/Seafood, Shellfish, Mussels, Correspondence
     24-30       Fish/Seafood, Shellfish, Oysters

249  01-07       Fish/Seafood, Shellfish, Oysters
     08-09       Fish/Seafood, Shellfish, Oysters, Correspondence
     10          Fish/Seafood, Shellfish, Oysters, History
     11          Fish/Seafood, Shellfish, Oysters, Long Island Oyster
                    Growers
     12-18       Fish/Seafood, Shellfish, Shrimp
     19          Fish/Seafood, Shellfish, Shrimp, Correspondence
     20          Fish/Seafood, Skate
     21-22       Fish/Seafood, Smelt
     23-24       Fish/Seafood, Smoked
     25          Fish/Seafood, Sole
     26          Fish/Seafood, Squab
     27          Fish/Seafood, Squid
     28          Fish/Seafood, Steamed
     29          Fish/Seafood, Sturgeon
     30-31       Fish/Seafood, Swordfish
     32          Fish/Seafood, Tile 
     33          Fish/Seafood, Tripe

250  01-06       Fish/Seafood, Trout
     07-08       Fish/Seafood, Trout, Correspondence
     09-14       Fish/Seafood, Tuna
     15          Fish/Seafood, Tuna, Correspondence
     16          Fish/Seafood, War Time
     17          Fish/Seafood, Weakfish
     18          Fish/Seafood, Whales
     19          Fish/Seafood, Whitebait
     20          Fish/Seafood, Whitefish
     21          Fish/Seafood, Whiting
     22-27       Frankfurters/Hot Dogs
     28          Frankfurters/Hot Dogs, Correspondence
     29-31       Frogs
     32          Frogs, Correspondence

251  01          Geese, Wild
     02          Goose
     03-21       Ham
     22-23       Ham, Correspondence
     24          Ham, History of Underwood Ham

252  01-11       Lamb
     12          Lamb, Correspondence
     13          Lamb, History in America
     14-15       Liver
     16          Oxen
     17-22       Pork
     23          Pork, Correspondence
     24-26       Pork, Bacon
     27          Pork, Bacon, Correspondence
     28          Pork, Chops

253  01-04       Poultry, General
     05          Poultry, Correspondence
     06-19       Poultry, Chicken
     20          Poultry, Chicken, Correspondence
     21          Poultry, Chicken, a la King
     22          Poultry, Chicken, a la King, Correspondence
     23          Poultry, Chicken, Baked
     24-25       Poultry, Chicken, Fried
     26          Poultry, Chicken, Roast
     27          Poultry, Chicken, Stewing

254  01-07       Poultry, Duck
     08          Poultry, Duck, Correspondence
     09          Poultry, Duck, Long Island Duck Growers Cooperative
                    Association, Inc.
     10-11       Poultry, Guinea
     12          Poultry, Turkey
                 [For additional information on Turkeys see
                    Holiday/Seasonal Observances, Thanksgiving]
     13-18       Sausage
     19          Sausage, Correspondence
     20-22       Snails
     23          Snails, Correspondence
     24-26       Terrapin
     27          Terrapin, Correspondence
     28-31       Veal

255  01-07       Wild Game, General
     08          Wild Game, Correspondence
     09-10       Wild Game, Birds
     11          Wild Game, Birds, Correspondence
     12          Wild Game, Birds, Duck
     13          Wild Game, Birds, Grouse
     14          Wild Game, Birds, Guinea
     15          Wild Game, Birds, Guinea, Correspondence
     16          Wild Game, Birds, Partridge
     17          Wild Game, Birds, Peacock
     18          Wild Game, Birds, Peacock, Correspondence
     19          Wild Game, Birds, Pheasant
     20          Wild Game, Birds, Pheasant, Correspondence
     21          Wild Game, Birds, Quail
     22          Wild Game, Birds, Quail, Correspondence
     23-29       Wild Game, Rabbit
     30-31       Wild Game, Rabbit, Correspondence
     32          Wild Game, Reindeer
     33          Wild Game, Reindeer, Correspondence
     34          Wild Game, Venison

256  01          Wild and Strange, General
     02          Wild and Strange, Badger
     03          Wild and Strange, Calf's Head
     04          Wild and Strange, Coots
     05          Wild and Strange, Crow
     06          Wild and Strange, Dog
     07          Wild and Strange, Elephant
     08          Wild and Strange, Grasshopper
     09          Wild and Strange, Ground Hog
     10          Wild and Strange, Horse
     11-13       Wild and Strange, Muskrat
     14          Wild and Strange, Opossum
     15          Wild and Strange, Pigeons
     16          Wild and Strange, Python
     17          Wild and Strange, Snake

            Foods, Nuts
     18-24       General
     25          General, Correspondence
     26          General, Paddleford Notes, pages 1-12
     27          General, Paddleford Notes, pages 13-25
     28          Almonds
     29-31       Brazil
     32          Brazil, Correspondence
     33          Cashew
     34-35       Chestnuts
     36          Chestnuts, Correspondence

257  01          Hazelnuts
     02          Macadamia
     03          Macadamia, Correspondence
     04          Northwest Nut Growers
     05-09       Peanuts
     10          Peanuts, Correspondence
     11-12       Peanuts, Peanut Butter
     13-14       Pecans
     15          Pine Nuts
     16          Pine Nuts, Correspondence
     17          Sawarie
     18-19       Walnuts
     20          Walnuts, Correspondence

               Pasta
     21          General
     22          General, Correspondence
     23-28       Macaroni
     29          Macaroni, Correspondence
     30          Macaroni, History
     31-33       Spaghetti
     34          Spaghetti, Correspondence

258  01        Pizza
     02        Plants, Edible
     03-12     Rice
     13        Rice, Correspondence
     14-31     Salad, General
     32          General, Correspondence

259  01          Asparagus
     02          Caesar
     03          Chicken
     04          Christmas
     05          Cole Slaw
     06-09       Dressing
     10          Dressing, Correspondence
     11          Egg
     12          For Men
     13          Fruit
     14          History
     15          Potato
     16          Rabelaisian
     17          Sea Food
     18          Souffle
     19          Spring
     20          Turkey
     21-31     Sandwiches

260  01-05     Sauces, General
     06          General, Correspondence
     07          Barbecue
     08          Bearnaise
     09          Gravy
     10          Hollandaise
     11          Hollandaise, Correspondence
     12          Ice Cream
     13          Lemon
     14          Marinades
     15          Mayonnaise
     16          Mustard
     17          Piquant
     18          Spaghetti
     19          Tabasco
     20          White
     21-22     Seasoning, General

260  23          General, Correspondence
     24          Horseradish
     25          Piquant
     26-28       Salt
     29          Salt, Correspondence
     30-31       Vinegar
     32          Vinegar, Correspondence

261  01        Snacks, General
     02-08       Popcorn
     09          Popcorn, Correspondence
     10          Popcorn, History
     11          Pretzels
     12-23     Spices, General
     24          General, Correspondence
     25          Anise
     26          Caraway
     27-28       Chili Powder
     29          Curry
     30          Ginger
     31-33       Mustard
     34          Mustard, Correspondence
     35          Nutmeg
     36          Paprika
     37          Pepper
     38          Poppy Seed

 262 01-18     Soup
     19-20       General, Correspondence
     21-22       Advertisements
     23          Bean
     24          Bouillabaisse
     25-26       Breakfast

263  01          Chicken
     02          Chili
     03-06       Chowder
     07          Chowder, Correspondence
     08-12       Cold
     13          Cold, Correspondence
     14-15       Dry Mixes
     16          Dry Mixes, Correspondence
     17          Garnishes
     18          Gazpacho
     19          History
     20-21       Knorr Soup Combinations
     22          Onion
     23          Potato
     24          Russian
     25-26       Sauces
     27-30       Stew
     31          Tomato
     32          Vegetable
     33-34       Vichyssoise
     35          Vichyssoise, Correspondence

264  01-08     Stuffing
     09          Correspondence
               Sweeteners
     10-27       Honey
     28-29       Honey, Correspondence
     30          Honey, Honey Crop
     31          Honey, National Honey Week

265  01          Syrup, General
     03          Syrup, General, Correspondence
     03          Syrup, Karo
     04-14       Syrup, Maple
     15-16       Syrup, Maple, Correspondence
     17-27       Syrup, Molasses
     28-29       Syrup, Molasses, Correspondence

266  01-10       Sugar
     11          Sugar, Correspondence
               Vegetables     
     12-25       General
     26          General, Correspondence
     27-33       General, Article, "Gourmet Almanac or 1940 Ways To Eat,"
                    by Clementine Paddleford

267  01-04       Artichokes
     05          Artichokes, Correspondence
     06-09       Asparagus
     10          Asparagus, Correspondence
     11-17       Beans, General
     18          Beans, General, Correspondence
     19-23       Beans, Baked
     24          Beans, Baked, Correspondence
     25          Beans, Black
     26          Beans, Fava
     27-28       Beans, Green
     29          Beans, Green, Correspondence
     30          Beans, Lima
     31          Beans, Red

            Foods, Vegetables (cont.)
268  01-16       Beans, Soy
     17          Beans, Soy, Correspondence
     18-19       Beets
     20-21       Broccoli
     22          Broccoli, Correspondence
     23-24       Brussel Sprouts
     25          Brussel Sprouts, Correspondence
     26-30       Cabbage
     31-34       Cabbage, Sauerkraut

269  01          Carrots
     02-05       Cauliflower
     06          Cauliflower, Correspondence
     07-09       Celery
     10          Celery, Correspondence
     11          Celtuce
     12-21       Corn
     22-23       Corn, Correspondence
     24          Cucumber
     25-26       Eggplant

270  01-09       Greens, General
     10          Greens, Correspondence
     11          Greens, Dandelions
     12-14       Greens, Endive
     15          Greens, Endive, Correspondence
     16          Greens, Endive, Chicory
     17          Greens, Kale
     18          Greens, Kohlrabi
     19          Greens, Kohlrabi, Correspondence
     20-23       Greens, Lettuce 
     24          Greens, Lettuce, Correspondence
     25-26       Greens, Spinach
     27-28       Greens, Water Cress
     29          Greens, Water Cress, Correspondence
     30          Leeks
     31          Marketing

271  01-10       Mushrooms
     11          Mushrooms, Correspondence
     12          Mushrooms, Morels
     13          Mushrooms, Morels, Correspondence
     14-17       Mushrooms, Truffles
     18          Mushrooms, Truffles, Correspondence
     19          Okra
     20          Okra, Correspondence
     21-25       Onions
     26          Onions, Correspondence
     27          Parsnips
     28          Parsnips, Correspondence 
     29-31       Peas
     32          Peas, Correspondence

272  01-02       Peppers
     03          Peppers, Correspondence
     04          Pimientos
     05          Plate
     06-17       Potatoes
     18          Potatoes, Correspondence
     19          Potatoes, "The Frozen Potato Story"
     20          Potatoes, Long Island Potato History
     21-27       Potatoes, Sweet
     28          Potatoes, Sweet, Correspondence
     29-35       Pumpkin
     36          Pumpkin, Correspondence

273  01          Purchasing Tips
     02          Radish
     03-05       Rhubarb
     06          Rhubarb, Correspondence
     07          Rutabagas
     08-11       Squash
     12          Squash, Correspondence
     13          Stuffed
     14          Tampala, Correspondence
     15-27       Tomatoes
     28          Tomatoes, Correspondence
     29-30       Turnips
     31          Turnips, Correspondence

            Foods, Breakfast
274  01-10     General
     11        General, Correspondence
               Cereal
     12-19       General
     20          General, Correspondence
     21          Bran
     22          Buckwheat
     23          Cream of Rice
     24          Grape-Nuts
     25          Kellogg's
     26          Kellogg's, Corn Flakes
     27          Kellogg's, Rice Krispies
     28          Maltex
     29          Oatmeal 
     30          Post Toasties
     31          Postum

275  01          Ralston
     02          Rippled Wheat
     03          Shredded Wheat
     04        Crepes
     05-11     Pancakes
     12-14       Mrs. America Aunt Jemima Pancake Variety Event 1967
     15-16       Uncle John Dahl
     17-20     Waffles
     21        Waffles, Correspondence
     22     Foods, Lunch
     23-30     Foods, Dinner
     31        Planked
     32        Planked, Correspondence

276  01     Forestry
     02        Correspondence
     03     4-H Club
     04     Flying
     05     Gifts
     06     Gourmet, Young

            Government, United States Department of Agriculture
     07        1933 Oct 18, "Winter Vegetables And The Food Bill"
               1933 Nov 22, "The Vegetables In A Week's Low Cost Supply"
     08        1936 Apr 01, "Dated Eggs"
               1936 May 20, "Among The Fruits"
               1936 Jun 24, "Cured Meats And How To Cook Them"
               1936 Jul 15, "Hot Breads In Summertime"
               1936 Jul 29, "Summer Pastries"
               1936 Aug 05, "Home 'Freezes'"
               1936 Sep 09, "September Canning And Preserving"
     09        1936 Oct 07, "The Honey Crop"
               1936 Oct 14, "Fowls Are A Good Fall Buy"
               1936 Oct 28, "A Record Grapefruit Crop"
               1936 Nov 04, "Cranberries Are Here Again"
               1936 Nov 11, "Apples, Red Or Yellow"
               1936 Nov 16, "Turkey The Year Round"
               1936 Dec 09, "A Record Peanut Crop"
     10        1937 Jan 13, "The Winter Salad Bowl"
               1937 Jan 20, "The Cabbage Family"
               1937 Feb 17, "Fruit, Tomato Juices Grow In Popularity"
               1937 Feb 24, "Avocado Wins American Favor"
               1937 Mar 24, "Mistaken Notions About Eggs"
               1937 Mar 31, "Greenest Vegetables Are Best For Iron, Vitamin A"
     11        1937 Apr 21, "Good Kitchen Equipment Needed For Meat Cooking"
               1937 Apr 28, "Diet Cornerstone Of Child Health"
               1937 May 12, "Homemakers Mobilize Their Canning Equipment"
               1937 May 19, "Good Strawberry Year: Plenty For Preserving" 
     12        1937 Jun 02, "June To Be Big Month For Peas, Snap Beans"
               1937 Jun 09, "Wild And Tame Berries Plentiful This Summer"
               1937 Jun 16, "Big Potato Surplus Harasses Farmers Pleases Consumers"
               1937 Jun 23, "Fried Chicken For July 4TH"
               1937 Jun 30, "Home Economists Explain Causes Of Jelly Failure"
     13        1937 Jul 07, "Select Your Peaches By 'Ground' Color"
               1937 Jul 14, "Sweet Corn To Be Plentiful This Summer"
               1937 Jul 21, "Vegetables Flourish: Proper Storage Will Keep
                 'Em Fresh, Crisp"
               1937 Jul 28, "How To Shop For Melons"
     14        1937 Aug 04, "Peppers Rich In The Vitamins Slighted In
                 American Diets"
               1937 Aug 11, "Tomatoes Excellent Source Of Vitamin C; Crop
                 Prospects Good"
               1937 Aug 18, "Cottage Cheese Now And In Grandma's Day"
               1937 Aug 25, "Pears For Eating And Preserving"
     15        1937 Sep 01, "The Art Of Picnicking"
               1937 Sep 08, "Quince And Other Fall Preserves"
               1937 Sep 15, "Grapes Are Plentiful This Year"
               1937 Sep 29, "Using The Honey Crop"
               1937 Oct 13, "Apples Are Plentiful, Lower In Price"
               1937 Oct 20, "Hot Breads For Cool Days"
               1937 Oct 27, "Golden Fall Vegetables - Pumpkin, Squash,
                 Sweet Potato"
     16        1937 Nov 10, "Turkey With Trimmings"
               1937 Nov 17, "Sauerkraut And Sauer Ruben"
               1937 Nov 24, "Colorful Root Vegetables"
               1937 Dec 08, "Fruit Cakes - Light Or Dark"
               1937 Dec 15, "Successful Candy"
     17        1938 Jan 19, "Good Season For Oranges - Grapefruit"
               1938 Feb 02, "Rice - The International Food"
               1938 Feb 09, "Pudding Desserts"
               1938 Mar 02, "Tea"
               1938 Mar 16, "Food From The Sea"
               1938 Mar 30, "Sponge Cakes Good Springtime Desserts"
     18        1938 Apr 13, "Many Possibilities For Easter Dinner"
               1938 Apr 27, "April Brings Asparagus In Abundance"
               1938 May 18, "Strawberries Lead The Fruit Parade"
               1938 May 25, "Spring Lamb Plentiful Now - Excellent For
                 Roasting And Broiling"
     19        1938 Jun 01, "Sauce Making Is A Science And An Art"
               1938 Jun 08, "Jellies, Jams, Preserves"
               1938 Jun 15, "Cherries Herald The Fruit Canning Season"
               1938 Jun 22, "Best Cookery Makes Vegetables Attractive -
                 Saves Food Value"
               1938 Jun 29, "Cantaloup Shopper Can Learn To Tell The 'Good' Ones"
     20        1938 Jul 06, "Big Crop Of Early Peaches"
               1938 Jul 13, "Markets Offer Watermelon For Summer Refreshment"
               1938 Jul 27, "Summer Food And Refreshment Comes In Cooling Glasses"
               1938 Aug 03, "August Tomatoes For Health, Economy, Variety"
               1938 Aug 10, "Sweet Corn - On The Cob or Off"
               1938 Aug 17, "It's Preserving Time"
               1938 Aug 24, "Vegetables Plates - As You Like Them"
               1938 Aug 31, "September Fried Chicken"
     21        1938 Sep 21, "Cousins To The Cabbage"
               1938 Oct 05, "It Isn't Too Late For Pickles"
               1938 Oct 12, "Spices For Variety"
               1938 Oct 19, "Ground Meat In Savory Ways"
               1938 Oct 26, "Pumpkins, Squash, Sweet Potatoes"
     22        1938 Nov 02, "Main Dish Meals"
               1938 Nov 09, "Soybeans And Peanuts"
               1938 Nov 16, "Stuffing The Bird"
               1938 Nov 23, "Artichokes Come To Market - Both Globe And Jerusalem"
               1938 Nov 30, "Pork and Sausage Enrich December Menus"
               1938 Dec 14, "Gifts From The Kitchen"
               1938 Dec 21, "Turkey Questionnaire"
               1938 Dec 28, "'I Resolve' - Homemaker Style"
     23        1939 Jan 04, "Time To Feast On Grapefruit And Oranges"
               1939 Jan 18, "Corn, America's Own Cereal"
               1939 Feb 01, "Inspected And Passed" (Meat)
               1939 Feb 08, "Dried Fruits"
               1939 Feb 15, "Plenty of Eggs"
               1939 Mar 08, "American Market Provides Cheese Variety"
               1939 Mar 29, "Fruit Whips"
     24        1939 Apr 05, "Ham For Easter"
               1939 Apr 12, "Mushrooms On The Menu"
               1939 May 10, "Outlook Bright For Strawberry Of The Future"
               1939 May 17, "Community Meals"
               1939 Jun 21, "Home-Made Quick Breads"
               1939 Jun 28, "Chicken To Fry For The Fourth Of July"
               1939 Jul 05, "Plenty of 'Pie' Cherries This Season"
               1939 Jul 12, "Plenty Of Limes And Lemons For Summer 'Ade' Season"
               1939 Jul 19, "Scientists And Law Makers Work To Improve Ice Cream"
               1939 Jul 26, "Moderate Heat Most Of The Time - Rule For All
                 Poultry Cooking"
     25        1939 Aug 02, "Tomato Enjoys Dietetic Prestige"
               1939 Aug 09, "Good Year For The Ever-Popular Peach"
               1939 Aug 23, "Pears Aplenty"
               1939 Sep 20, "Fall Jellies"
               1939 Oct 04, "Pig Supplies Of Early Apples"
               1939 Oct 25, "A Plentiful Nut Crop"
               1939 Nov 08, "Fruit Desserts"
               1939 Nov 15, "Roast Turkey And Savory Stuffing"
               1939 Dec 06, "Fruit Cake Need To Ripen Before The Holidays"
     26        1940 Jan 24, "Cooking For Two"
               1940 Mar 20, "Eggs For Easter"
               1940 Apr 24, "Iron"
               1940 May 08, "Fashions In Vegetables"
               1940 May 22, "All Ready To Can"
               1940 Jun 19, "Desserts From The Berry Patch"
     27        1940 Sep 11, "Pointers On Pickles"
               1940 Sep 18, "Grapes"
               1940 Oct 23, "Let's Talk Turkey"
               1940 Oct 30, "Filling The Flour Bin"
               1940 Nov 13, "For 'Safe' Diet Spend Food Money Wisely"
               1940 Nov 20, "Apples And Pears" 
               1940 Dec 04, "A Stew By Any Other Name"
               1940 Dec 11, "Prunes - Plain And Fancy"
               1940 Dec 18, "The Holiday Dinner"
     28        1941 Jan 10, "Army And Navy Can't Eat All Surplus Beans,
                 Says State In Bid To Civilians"
               1941 Jan 15, "When Buying Meat - Look For The Purple Stamps"
               1941 Jan 22, "Peanuts Preferred"
               1941 Feb 05, "Fats And Oils For Cooking"
               1941 Feb 19, "Cherries"
               1941 Feb 26, "The White Potato"
               1941 Mar 05, "Plain Facts About Eggs"
               1941 Mar 19, "'Enriched' Flour And Bread"
     29        1941 Apr 09, "Boned Lamb Roast For Easy Carving"
               1941 Apr 30, "Check Your Child's Diet On Child Health Day"
               1941 May 07, "Modern Carrot Regular Vegetable Of All Trades"
               1941 May 28, "Canning Inventory"
               1941 Jun 04, "Strawberry Preserves"
               1941 Jun 18, "Berries Are Better"
               1941 Jul 02, "Peaches Are Plentiful"
               1941 Jul 16, "Summer Squashes And Cucumbers"
     30        1941 Aug 06, "Care Of Food In Summer"
               1941 Aug 13, "Save The Garden Surplus"
               1941 Aug 27, "Sour Milk, Sour Cream, And Cottage Cheese"
               1941 Sep 24, "Outlook Encouraging For Hot School Lunches"
               1941 Oct 01, "Bushels Of Apples"
               1941 Oct 08, "More Milk"
               1941 Oct 29, "Sisters Brassica"
               1941 Nov 14, "Dried Foods For Defense"
               1941 Nov 26, "Cereal Desserts"
               1941 Dec 17, "Dry Beans And Soybeans Food Low-Cost Food"
            
277  01        1942 Feb 04, "Conserving Sugar"
               1942 Mar 11, "Get The Good From Vegetables"
               1942 Mar 25, "Market Lists For Low-Cost Meals"
               1942 Apr 01, "Get The Good From Fat"
               1942 Apr 23, "Emergency Crop Developed: 'Waxy Corn' to
                 Replace Tapioca as Starch Source"
               1942 May 06, "Eat The Lettuce!"
               1942 May 31, "Strawberries First Test Of How to Get Most
                 From Fruit And Yet Save Sugar"
               1942 Jun 10, Victory Food Special, Tomato
               1942 Jun 10, "Wartime Fruit Canning"
               1942 Jun 24, Victory Food Special, Broilers and Fryers
               1942 Jul 01, "Make Good Use Of Cantaloup In Season"
               1942 Jul 02, Victory Food Special, Peaches
               1942 Jul 29, Victory Food Special, Domestic Cheese
     02        1942 Sep 01, Victory Food Special, Apples
               1942 Sep 01, "United States Standards For Grades Of Peanut Butter"
               1942 Sep 02, "Make Good Use Of The Fats You Save"
               1942 Sep 15, Victory Food Special, Cabbage
               1942 Sep 16, "Planning Meatless Menus"
               1942 Sep 17, Apples
               1942 Oct 14, Victory Food Special, Apples
               1942 Oct 21, "Winter Apples Are Victory Food Special"
               1942 Nov 04, Victory Food Special, Nuts
               1942 Nov 04, "Making The Most Of Meat"
               1942 Nov 11, "Alternate Main Dishes Help In Serving The Meat"
               1942 Nov 18, "Roasting Poultry The Modern Way"
               1942 Nov 25, "Get Your Share Of Sauerkraut"
               1942 Dec 02, "Citrus Fruit In The Market Basket"
               1942 Dec 16, "Make Friends With Variety Meats"
     03        1943 Jan 11, Victory Food Special, Beans
               1943 Jan 13, "Beans For Victory Food Special"
               1943 Jan 15, "For Magazine Editors" (Rationing Process)
               1943 Jan 25, "Amendment No. 2 to Baking Industry Order"
               1943 Jan 27, "Fair Share Of Meat For Family Meals"
               1943 Feb 03, "Fats In Daily Food"
               1943 Feb 17, "Mind Your Vitamin B's"
               1943 Mar 03, "Directions For Cooking Dehydrated Vegetables"
               1943 Mar 15, "Timely Information on Equipment for Home Canning"
               1943 Mar 22, "Home Dehydration of Food"
               1943 Jun 17, "Tomatoes"
               1943 Jun 28, "Snap Beans Are Tops Again"
               1943 Jul 05, "Tomatoes - From Vine To Jar"
     04        1944 Jan 22, "Building Bone In The Twenties"
               1944 Mar 27, "Test For Leftover Seed"
               1944 May 22, "Onion Feast"
               1944 Jun 05, "Sweeter At Dawn" (Peas)
               1944 Jun 12, "Bulleting on Growing Better Blueberries"
               1944 Jun 25, "Plant Rice By Plane"
               1944 Aug 11, "Simple Potato Storage For Small Quantities"
               1944 Nov 22, "Chicken Extra"
               1944 Dec 01, "Wrapper Leaves of Cabbage Higher in Vitamins Than Head!"
               1944 Dec 04, "Freeze For Fighters"
     05        1945 Aug 27, "Eating Losses" (Cabbage)
               1945 Sep 03, "Intermediate And Late" (Potato)
               1945 Sep 05, Cabbage
               1945 Nov 12, "Cauliflower Count"
               1945 Dec 26, "Sauerkraut Pack Estimated At Double Last Year"
     06        1946 Jan 27, "Full Value From Peanuts"
               1946 Feb 12, "Small-Type Turkeys Meet Need of Expanding Industry"
               1946 Feb 14, "Ways To Be Thrifty With Bread"
               1946 May 27, Food Program
               1946 Jun 09, "Mechanized Rice"
               1946 Jun 10, Pay Act of 1946
               1946 Jun 19, "High In Broilers"
               1946 Jul 08, "Early Summer Onion Fact Sheet"
               1946 Jul 08, USDA at Bikini
               1946 Jul 31, "Fewer Tears" (Onions)
               1946 Aug 21, "Cashews From Brazil"
               1946 Oct 14, Changes after the war
     07        1947 Apr 02, "Asparagus and Garden Peas"
               1947 Apr 05, "What's New In Wood?"
               1947 Jun 08, "More Sugar From Graded Fields"
               1947 Aug 04, "Pasteurization Test Can Now be Applied to
                 Almost All Dairy Products"
               1947 Oct 08, "September Raspberry"
               1947 Oct 21, "Sweet News About Sweet Potatoes"
     08        1948 Jun 21, "Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics
                 Celebrates 25th Birthday"
               1948 Aug 18, "Women Owners"
               1948 Sep 01, "Food For School Lunches"
               1948 Sep 27, "Cranberry Cues"
               1948 Sep 27, "Consumer Guides for Buying and Keeping Eggs!"
               1948 Oct, "Consumer Guides for Buying and Keeping Eggs!," 2 copies
               1948 Sep 29, "Biggest Not Best"
               1948 Dec 01, "Corn Fondue"
               1948 Dec 29, "Sirup Suggestion"
     09        1949 Jan 19, "Family Clothing Survey to be Made"
               1949 May, "Some Facts About Cantaloups And Miscellaneous Melons"
               1949 Jul 27, "Cheese Whey Makes Good Sherbert"
               1949 Aug 03, "Sirup Pack For Frozen Peaches"
               1949 Oct, "Apples - Suggestions On Selection & Use"
               1949 Dec 02, "Powdered Milk In Soups To Specials"
     10        1950 May 05, "Nationwide Survey Indicates Consumer
                 Acceptance of Candy From Sweet Potatoes"
               1950 May 22, "For The Month Of June 1950"
               1950 May, "Dairy Products Abundant In June"
               1950 May, "Turkey In The Spring"
               1950 Jun, "June Is The Month"
               1950 Jun, "It's Currant Time"
               1950 Jun, "Summertime Is Dairy Time"
               1950 Jul, "Fresh Currants"
               1950 Jul, "Good Things You Can Make With Currants"
               1950 Sep 26, "Fact Sheet On Coffee - Production And Consumption"
               1950 Sep, "Sweet Potatoes"
               1950 Nov 15, "New Way With Beans"
     11        1950 Jul 13, "Apples"
     12        1951 May 25, "Strawberries With Sugar...A Home Freezing Special"
     13        1952 May 07, "Eating Schedule"
               1952 Dec 17, "Freezing Nuts"
     14        1953 Apr 03, "USDA Tests Show Harvested Tomatoes Ripen Best
                 at 500F. to 650F."
               1953 Apr 06, "New Pecan Variety Developed by USDA at Texas
                 Field Station"
               1953 May 20, "Cold or Hot - Never Warm"
               1953 Oct 05, "The Housewife's Share In Agricultural Research"
     15        1954 Apr 13, "Research Results In Progress"
               1954 May, "Industry-Government Dairy Promotion Program"
               1954 Dec 01, "Farm-Made Cheese"
     16        1955 May 27, "Loads of Lettuce"
               1955 Jun 22, "Four Naturals For Summer-Time Salads"
               1955 Sep 29 - Oct 08, "Rice Special Plentiful Foods Program"
     17        1956 May 07, "Buying and Preparing Food in Small Institutions"
     18        1957 Sep 18, "Popcorn"
     19        1958 Feb 05, "Vegetable Eating"
               1958 Feb 12, "New Process For Jelly"
               1958 Jun 18, "Meat In Family Fare"
     20        1959 Jan 14, "Meat On Markets"
               1959 Jan 21, "Potato Processing"
               1959 Feb 04, "Watermelons In The Spring"
               1959 Apr, "June Is Dairy Month"
     21        1960 Mar 09, "Toward Less Fat On Beef"
     22        1961 May, "Cooking With Dried Eggs"
               1961 Jun 15, "Photos For Editors" (Bread, Beans, and Cookies)
               1961 Jun, "Nonfat Dry Milk For Needy Families"
               1961 Aug 17, Nemagold Sweet Potatoes
     23        1962 May, "Using Our Agricultural Abundance To Promote
                 National Health And Productivity Through Better Diets"
               1962 Nov 14, "No Lemonade For The King"
     24        1967 Jan 23, Food Market
               1967 Mar 23, "Efficiency in Meat Production is Aim of USDA's
                 New Meat Animal Research Center"        
     25        "Soybeans And Soybean Products For Table Use," n.d.
            
            Government, Department of Interior
     26        1937 Feb 02, "The Lenten Foods"
     27        1938 Mar-Dec, "Monthly Receipt - Fishery Products"
     28        1939 Feb 21, "Fish For Lent"
     29        1940 Apr 24, Turtle
               1940 Sep 01, Oysters
               1940 Oct 20, "Hunters Urged To Reduce Loses Of Crippled Birds"
               1940 Oct 23, "More Than 1 Million Sportsmen Will Hunt
                 Migratory Waterfowl"
               1940 Oct 24, "Number Of Women Anglers Increased By 300 Percent"
               1940 Nov 03, "Big-Game Animals Holding Their Own, Survey Shows"
               1940 Nov 11, Crab
               1940 Dec 12, Crab
               1940 Dec 17, Fish
     30        1940 Oct 20, "The Significance Of The Coronado Curato-Centennial"
     31        1941 Feb 13, "Smothered Oysters"
               1941 Feb 25, "Lenten Fish Hints"
               1941 Feb 27, "Fish Is An Every-Day Food"
               1941 Feb 28, "Alaska King Crab Expedition Begins Second Part
                 Of Study"
               1941 Mar 06, "Left-Over Fish Flakes Make Quick Lenten Fish Meals"
               1941 Mar 14, "Shellfish Are 'Homebodies' Of The Fish World"
               1941 Mar 19, Seafood
               1941 Mar 21, Fish Fillets
     32        1941 Apr 01, "Shad Is Highly Prized Food Fish"
               1941 Apr 04, "Wine Adds Zest To Fish Dishes"
               1941 Apr, "Seafood Suggestions"
               1941 May 01, "Modern Moby Dicks Prepare Boats For Whaling Season"
               1941 Jul 31, Crab
               1941 Sep 01, "First 'R' Month Begins New Fall Oyster Season"
     33        1943 Feb, "Soft And Hard Clams Of The Atlantic Coast Of The
                 United States"
               1943 Jun, "Cooking Carp"
               1943 Jun, "How To Cook The Burbot"
               1943 Sep 15, Vitamin A
               1943 Sep 23, "Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, Philadelphia"
               1943 Oct 13, Shad
               1943 Oct 20, Salmon
               1943 Oct 26, Fur-Seas Herd of Pribilof Islands
               1943 Nov 10, Native Food Resources of Puerto Rico
               1943 Dec 31, Production of Fish and Shellfish
     34        1944 Jan 06, Tuna and Mackerel
               1944 Jan 07, Shark
               1944 Jan 22, Rabbit
               1944 Apr, "Sauces For Seafoods," 3 copies
               1944 Aug 18, Mackerel
               1944 Aug 29, Haddock, Rosefish and Cod
               1944 Dec, "The American Lobster (Homarus americanus)
     35        1945 Feb, "Pacific Salmon"
               1945 Oct 26, "Progress Report On Storage Of Frozen Fryer Rabbits"
     36        1946 Sep, "The Food Value Of Fish And Shellfish"
     37        1947 Feb, "Pacific Salmon - Succulent And Savory"
               1947 Feb, "Rosefish Recipes"
               1947 Jun, "Fish For Breakfast - And Why Not?"
               1947 Oct, "Fish And Shellfish Canapes And Hors D'Oeuvres"
               1947 Oct, "Basic Recipes For Cooking Fish"
               1947 Nov, "Basic Recipes For Cooking Fish:
               1947 Dec 5, Food is in the news these days
               1947 Dec 22, "Oysters In The Holiday Menu"
               1947 Dec 30, "Fish And Shellfish In Party Dress"
     38        1948 May 12, "Shad Is Plentiful Protein Food At Low Price"
               1948 Jun 01, "Fresh Halibut Now Adds Variety To The
                 Housewife's Menu"
               1948 Jul, "Sauces For Seafoods"
               1948 Aug 06, "Tests Prove Fish As Good As Meat"
               1948 Aug 27, "Lighter Color, Lack Of Odor Identify New
                 Shrimp On Market"
     39        1949 Sep 01, "September Brings New Oyster Season"
               1949 Sep 19, "Grooved Shrimp New To Many Markets"
               1949 Dec 19, "Eating Oysters A Holiday Tradition"

278  01        1950 Mar 09, "Shrimp Plentiful For Lenten Menus"
               1950 Mar 14, "Baking Or Planking Fish Offer Homemakers Advantages"
               1950 Mar, "Commercial Fisheries Review"
               1950 May 30, "Crab Meat For Flavor And Variety, FWS Suggests"
     02        1951 Feb 15, "A New Fishery For Grooved Shrimp In Southern Florida"
     03        Correspondence, Anderson, A. W., Chief, Branch of Commercial
                 Fisheries, 1952 Jun 02
               1952 Oct 22, "Shrimp Rated As Popular Shellfish," 2 copies
     04        1953 Oct 30, "Canned Tuna Golden Anniversary"
     05        1954 Jan 19, "Scallops Hawaiian Style"
     06        1955 Sep 15, "Plenty Of Fish And Shellfish On Deck For
                 National Fish Week"
               1955 Sep 15, "Secretary McKay Lends Support To National Fish Week"
               1955 Sep 15, "Shrimp 'N Rice To Be Featured In October"
     07        1956 Feb 01, "FWS Suggests Canned Fish For Lent"
               1956 Feb 23, "FWS Recommends Frozen Fish Fillets And Fish
                 Steaks For Lent"
               1956 Feb 29, "Try Lenten Quickies, Suggests FWS"
               1956 Apr 03, "Springtime Is Shad Time"
               1956 Apr 12, "Try Scallops-'Those Little Morsels Of Goodness'"
               1956 Sep 24, "Ocean Perch Is A Popular Frozen Fillet"
               1956 Nov 02, "Now Is The Time For Oyster Stew"
     08        "August Is Sandwich Time," n.d.
               "Protean Sardines Provide Proteins," n.d.
     09        "Broiling, Boiling, And Steaming Fish," n.d.      
     10        Carp, n.d.
     11        "Dinner at Eight!," n.d.
     12        "FWS Issues New Fish Cookery Booklet," n.d.
     13        "Fish 'N Hebs," n.d.
     14        Fish Recipes, n.d.
     15        Fish Roe, n.d.
     16        Fish, Wartime, n.d.
     17        "Fleet's In!" (Mackerel), n.d.
     18        "Little Known Species Of Fish Add Variety To Wartime Meals," n.d.
     19        "National Tuna Weeks Comes In November," n.d.
     20        "Oysters - A Thanksgiving Day Tradition," n.d.
     21        "Planking And Baking Fish," n.d.
     22        Rabbit, n.d.
     23        "Salmon Is In Good Supply," n.d.
     24        Sea Food
               "Sea Food In The Diets Of Invalids," n.d.
               "Sea Food Make Delicious And Nutritious Sandwiches," n.d.
     25        "Scallop Deserves Title Of 'Prince Of Mollusks,'" n.d.
     26        Shark, n.d.
     27        "French-Fried Shrimp Increasing In Popularity," n.d.
               "Shrimp Always In The Market," n.d.
     28        "Shrimp Packing Industry In The South Atlantic And Gulf States," n.d.
     29        "Smelt Is Ideal As A Pan Fish," n.d.
     30        "Tuna's Delicate Flavor Makes It A Table Prize," n.d.
     31     Government, Department of Justice, Bureau of Prisons
               1945 Nov, "Jail Standards" 
               1946 Jun 30, "Latest Ratings Of City And County Jails And
                 Workhouses Inspected July 1, 1930 To June 30, 1946"
     32     Government, Military, Air Force
     33     Government, Military, Army
     34     Government, Military, Navy
     35     Government, Military, Submarines 
     36     Guests
     37     Guilds, St. John's
     38-41  Health, General
     42     Health, Allergy and Diet
     43     Health, Cancer
     44     Health, Children
     45     Health, Colorado
     46     Health, Hospital
     47     Health, Mental Health
     48     Health, Oregon
     49     Health, Public Assistance
     50     Health, Public Health Service
            History Of
     51        Beverage, Coffee, Garden Broth
     52        Beverage, Coffee, David Isrin
     53        Chewing Gum
     54-55     Company/Firm
     56          Arnold's Brick Oven Bakery, Portchester
     57          Bauer's Caterers Confectioners, Denver, Colorado
     58          Beech-Nut Packing Company
     59          Beecher Butter Mints, Katharine Beecher, Founder
     60          Burry Biscuit Corporation, Elizabeth, New Jersey
     61          Childs Company
     62          Cobbs Fruit and Preserving Company, Henry Cobbs
     63          Crosbie's Pure Food
     64          Crosse & Blackwell Company, Baltimore, Maryland
     65          Cudahy Brothers Company
     66          Curtiss Candy Company
     67          Daitch Crystal Dairies, Inc.
     68          Day-Dean's, Caterers, Robert B. Day
     69          Dorset Foods Ltd., J. J. Akston, Benjamin Ebin and
                    Emanuel Ebin
     70          Dugan Brothers, David H. Dugan and Edward Dugan
     71          Durkee Famous Foods
     72          Duvernoy & Sons, Inc., New York City
     73          General Baking Company, William Deininger
     74          Grand Union Company, Inc.
     75          House of Sexton, John Sexton and Company
     76          Hygrade Food Products Corporation

279  01          Johnson-Appleby Company
     02          The Junket Folks, Little Falls, New York
     03          Lyons, J. & Co. Ltd., Inc.
     04          Maillard Company, Candy Manufacture
     05          Moureaux & Dramard, Pantin (Seine), France
     06          Olney & Carpenter, Wilcott, New York
     07-11       Pepperidge Farms
     12          Pepperidge Farms, Correspondence
     13          Polaner Jams, Sidney Polaner
     14          Reber, John, John Reber Baking Corporation
     15          Ritter, Philip J., Bridgeton, New Jersery
     16          Rumford Chemical Works, Rumford, Rhode Island
     17          Sherry, Louis, Inc., Louis Sherry
     18          White Rose, Joseph and Sigel Seeman
     19        Cook Book
     20        Dessert, Cakes, Charlotte Charles
     21        Dessert, Chocolates, Rosemarie de Paris
     22        Dessert, Cookies, F.F.V.
     23        Dining
     24        Epigrams of Michelet
     25        Equipment, Kitchen

279  26          BBQ Grill
     27          Blender
     28          Chafing Dish
     29          Cookware, Club
     30          Pressure Cooker
     31          Refrigerator
     32          Utensils
     33        Farm, Canoga Farms, Encino, California
     34        Farm, Cape Cod Farm, Hyannis, Massachusetts
     35        Farm, Hotel, Farm Hotel, New Milford, Connecticut, Mr. and
                 Mrs. Ohmer
     36        Farm, Stone House Farm, Durham, New Hampshire
     37-41     Food, General
     42        Food, Pancake Mix, "Panak," Ferdinand Jicinsky
     43        Gourmet Galley, Pan American-Grace Airways, Inc.
     44        Home Economics 
     45        Home Makers Forum, Inc.
     46        Hurricane Plant
     47        Ketchup
     48        Maids and Manners

            History of (cont.)
280  01-09     Markets, General
     10        Markets, Correspondence
                 1936 Dec 15, Mrs. Frances F. Gannon, Deputy Commissioner,
                    Consumers' Service Division, The City of New York,
                    Department of Public Markets, Weights and Measures
     11          B & M, Fifty-Ninth Street, between Second and Third Ave.
     12          Bartley, John
     13          Bleecker Street
     14          Bohack, H. C.
     15          Brooklyn's Eighth Street Avenue, Norwegian Market
     16          Cole, Albert A.
     17          Fulton Fish Market
     18          Kranse, Abraham
     19          Park Avenue's Spanish Market
     20          Progress
     21          St. Mark's Place
     22          Seattle, Washington
     23        Marmalade      
     24        Mason Jar
     25        Mayonnaise
     26        Napkin
     27        Nesselrode Pie
     28        Paisley
     29        Price Chart
     30        Shops, General
     31          Correspondence
                    1948 May 24, Madelyn Hoey, Plumbridge
     32          Altman's Strudel Shops, Mrs. Arthur Altman
     33          Amherst, Jane
     34          Bellows & Company
     35          Charles & Company
     36          Coffee
     37          Dover Delicacies, Max and Minnie Mettowoy
     38          Dussourd & Filser
     39          Gimbel
     40          Greenwich Village
     41          Gristede Brothers, Inc.
     42          Maison Glass
     43          Newport Sausage, Newport, Rhode Island
     44          Park & Tilford
     45          Roart
     46          Shaffer, George H. Butcher Shop
     47          Stahl-Meyer
     48          Stavraks, Kostas and Max Feldman
     49          Versailles, Patisserie
     50          Ward Baking
     51          White Turkey Gourmet
     52          Woman's Exchange
               Store
     53          General Store
     54          Dean's, Henry Dean
     55          Dugan, David H. and Edward J.
     56          Food-O-Mat
     57          Johnson, Laurence
     58          Piggly Wiggly/Keedoozle, Clarence Saunders
     59          Vermont Country Store, Weston, Vermont
     60        Toll House
     61        Wilton Village

            Holidays
281  01-03     General 
     04        Election
     05        Election, Correspondence
     06        Jewish
     07        January
     08-15       New Years
     16          New Years, Hang Over
     17          New Years, Recipes
     18          New Years, Correspondence
     19          January 6, Epiphany, Christmas Twelfth Night
     20-21     February
     22-29       Valentine's Day
     30          Valentine's Day Recipes
     31          Valentine's Day, Correspondence
     32          Colonial 200th Masonic Birthday
     33-35       Shrove Tuesday or Fat Tuesday, Tuesday before Lenten
                    Season begins (date can vary from early February to
                    second week in March, date is dependent on Easter)
     36          Shrove Tuesday, Correspondence

282  01-04       Lenten Season
     05          Leap Year
               March
     06-11       St. Patrick's Day
     12          St. Patrick's Day, Paddleford Notes
     13          St. Patrick's Day, Beverages
     14          St. Patrick's Day, Party
     15          St. Patrick's Day, Correspondence
     16          Palm Sunday (date can vary from late March to early
                    April, date is dependent on Easter)
     17          Maundy Thursday, Thursday after Palm Sunday and before
                    Good Friday
     18-24       Easter
     25-26       Easter, Paddleford Notes
     27          Easter, Correspondence
     28          Easter, Baskets
     29          Easter, Bread
     30          Easter, Bread, Hot Cross Buns
     31          Easter, Bunny
     32          Easter, Cakes
     33          Easter, Church Service
     34          Easter, Cookies
     35          Easter, Customs
     36          Easter, Dinner Leftovers

283  01-03       Easter, Eggs
     04          Easter, Eggs, Correspondence
     05          Easter, Ice Cream
     06          Easter, Legends
     07          Easter, Pigeons
     08          Easter, Recipes
               April
     09          April Fool's Day
     10-11       National Baby Week (date from late April to early May)
               May
     12-13       May Day
     14          May Day, Correspondence
     15-16       Mother's Day
     17          Mother's Day, History/Significance 
     18          Mother's Day, Correspondence
     19          Memorial Day
     20          Graduation (date can vary from May to June)
     21        June
     22-24       Dairy Month
     25          Father's Day
     26          Father's Day, Correspondence
     27        July
     28-36       Fourth of July
     
284  01        August
               September
     02          Labor Day
               October
     03          Columbus Day
     04          Halloween
284  05          Halloween, Apples
     06          Halloween, Apples, Correspondence
     07-08       Halloween, Cider
     09          Halloween, Cider, Correspondence
     10          Halloween, Breyers Ice Cream
     11          Halloween, Centerpieces
     12          Halloween, Cookies
     13          Halloween, Crafts
     14          Halloween, Costumes
     15          Halloween, Decorations
     16          Halloween, Donuts
     17          Halloween, Donuts, Correspondence
     18          Halloween, Ideas
     19          Halloween, Masks
     20          Halloween, Menus
     21-23       Halloween, Party
     24          Halloween, Poem
     25          Halloween, Popcorn
     26          Halloween, Radio Broadcast
     27-32       Halloween, Recipes
     33          Halloween, Stories
     34          Halloween, Superstitions
     35          Halloween, Tidbits
     36          Halloween, "Trick or Treat"
     37          Halloween, Witches
               November
     38-44       Thanksgiving

285  01-03       Thanksgiving
     04          Thanksgiving, Correspondence
     05          Thanksgiving Day 1956
     06-08       Thanksgiving, Carving
     09          Thanksgiving, Carving, Correspondence
     10          Thanksgiving, Desserts
     11-14       Thanksgiving, Dinner
     15-31       Thanksgiving, Dinner, Turkey

286  01-07       Thanksgiving, Dinner, Turkey
     08-11       Thanksgiving, Dinner, Turkey, Smoked
     12          Thanksgiving, Dinner, Turkey, Correspondence
     13-17       Thanksgiving, Dinner, Turkey, Leftovers
     18          Thanksgiving, Dinner, Vegetables
     19-20       Thanksgiving, Grace and Thanks
     21-24       Thanksgiving, History         
     25          Thanksgiving, History, Correspondence
     26          Thanksgiving, Menu
     27          Thanksgiving, Recipes
     28          Thanksgiving, Table Decorations
     29          Thanksgiving, Themes
     30          Thanksgiving, War Years
     31          Thanksgiving, Wine
     32          Thanksgiving, White Turkey Gourmet Shop
     33          1935 Nov 17, This Week, May, Elizabeth, "Eat, Drink -
                    Though Tomorrow We Diet"
     34          1936 Nov, Better Homes & Gardens, Ellis, Grace McIlrath,
                    "Perfection on the Platter"
     35          1936 Nov, Ladies' Home Journal, Batchelder, Ann, "Expect
                    Them Home Today!"
     36          1938 Nov 20, This Week, Foley, Esther, "Make Your Holiday
                    Fruit Cakes Now"
     37          1941 Nov, Ladies Home Journal, Batchelder, Ann, "Home for Thanksgiving"
     38          1943 Nov, House Beautiful, Kent, Louise Andrews, "Mrs.
                    Appleyard Adopts A Family For Thanksgiving Dinner"
     39          1946 Nov 24, The New York Times, Hough, Henry Beetle,
                    "It's Thanksgiving Because It's Homecoming"
     40          1946 Nov 24, This Week, Smith, Herman, "Thanksgiving -
                    Coast to Coast"
     41          1947 Nov 23, This Week, Smith, Herman, "Thanksgiving Memories"
     42          1949 Nov, Better Homes & Gardens, Prather, Jessie,
                    "Thanksgiving - with all the trimmings"
     43          1951 Nov 18, This Week, The Home Institute Staff,
                    "Talking Turkey"
     44          1951 Nov, Woman's Day, McGinnis, Glenna, "Make
                    Thanksgiving Dinner Easier on the Cook"
     45          1952 Nov, Family Circle, Wright, Julia Lee, "Old-
                    Fashioned Feasting, New-Fashioned Fixing"
     46          1958 Nov, Better Homes & Garden, Johnston, Myrna, "Famous
                    Foods From Famous Places"

               December
287  01-26       Christmas
     27          Christmas, Bells

288  01-07       Christmas, Beverages
     08-11       Christmas, Beverages, Eggnog
     12          Christmas, Beverages, Wassail
     13-14       Christmas, Bread
     15-19       Christmas, Bread, Gingerbread
     20          Christmas, Candles
     21-24       Christmas, Cards
     25          Christmas, Crafts
     26-27       Christmas, Decorating
     28          Christmas, Decorating, Greens
     29          Christmas, Decorating, Table

289  01          Christmas, Desserts
     02-18       Christmas, Desserts, Cakes
     19-22       Christmas, Desserts, Candy
     23-28       Christmas, Desserts, Cookies

290  01-03       Christmas, Desserts, Cookies
     04          Christmas, Desserts, Cookies, Correspondence
     05          Christmas, Desserts, Cookie Book
     06          Christmas, Desserts, Cookie Book, Correspondence
     07-10       Christmas, Desserts, Pudding
     11          Christmas, Desserts, Pudding, Correspondence
     12-13       Christmas, Desserts, Pudding, Plum
     14          Christmas, Desserts, Pudding, Plum, Correspondence
     15          Christmas, Desserts, Pudding, Sauce
     16          Christmas, Dinner
     17          Christmas, Flowers
     18          Christmas, Food Favors
     19          Christmas, Fruit
     20          Christmas, Fruit, Candied
     21          Christmas, Gifts
     22          Christmas, Gifts, Gift Wrapping
     23-24       Christmas, Goose
     25          Christmas, Goose Liver
     26          Christmas, Grace
     27          Christmas, Greetings

291  01-08       Christmas, History
     09          Christmas, Menu
     10-12       Christmas, Mince Meat
     13          Christmas, New Mexico
     14          Christmas, Nuts
     15          Christmas, Party
     16          Christmas, Pig
     17-20       Christmas, Recipes
     21-22       Christmas, Santa Claus
     23          Christmas, Stocking
     24          Christmas, Toys
     25-27       Christmas, Traditions and Customs
     28          Christmas, Trees
     29          Christmas, Trees, Sugarplum Tree
     30          1930 Dec, Ladies Home Journal, Higgins, Grace, "Buy Buy Christmas"
                 1930 Dec, Delineator, Willson, Dixie, "This Business Of Christmas"
     31          1931 Dec, Sunset Magazine, Brockman, C. Frank, "Let's
                    Identify Our Western Christmas Trees"
                 1931 Dec, Sunset Magazine, Moss, Doris Hudson, "A Candle Chat"
     32          1934 Dec, The American Home, Oram, Gertrude, "The quiet
                    end of Christmas Day"
     33          1936 Dec, Christian Herald, Hamlin, Ruth Clarke, "The
                    Church of the Roses"
     34          1937 Dec, Better Homes & Garden, Barber, Edith,
                    "Christmas Dinner Like Mother Used to Cook"
                 1937 Dec, House Beautiful, Ellsworth, Mary Grosvenor,
                    "Presents to Eat"
                 1937 Dec, Better Homes & Garden, Latimer, Julia A.,
                    "Christmas Comes"
                 1937 Dec, Harper's Bazaar, Thompson, Sylvia, "Christmas
                    In Love"
     35          1938 Dec, House Beautiful, Ellsworth, Mary Grosvenor,
                    "Fruits of the Christmas Tree"
     36          1940 Dec, Esquire, Brody, Iles, "Man the Kitchenette"
     37          1941 Dec, Ladies Home Journal, Batchelder, Ann,
                    "Christmas Doings"
     38          1946, n.s., Foley, Esther, "12 Days Of Christmas"
     39          1953 Dec, The Farmer's Wife, Dieken, Gertrude, "Christmas
                    Is Many Things"
     40          1963 Dec, Woman's Day, Brown, Helen Evans, "The Three
                    Days of Christmas"
     41          1966 Dec 25, World Journal Tribune, Sheppard, Eugenia,
                    "The Christmas Cards Were Cool"
     42          Good Housekeeping, Stout, M., "Christmas Is For Children," n.d.
     43          Ladies' Home Journal, Woody, Elizabeth, "Old-fashioned Favorites," n.d.
     44          "Tomorrow will be Christmas, Sonny" - about World War II, n.d., n.s.  

            Home Management
292  01        1947
     02        1958
     03        Historic Restoration
     04        Home Demonstration Work
     05        House Plants
     06-07     Household Hints 
     08        Mildew
     09-11     Mobile Homes
     12        National Trust
     13        Remodeling
     14     Horticulture and Forestry, "We're Running Out Of Wood," This
               Week, 1947 Sep 14
     15     Magazine, Esquire Magazine  
     16-23  Men, General
     24        Correspondence
     25        Bachelors
     26     Museum Exhibits
               1959, "Menuseum," Grand Central Station      
               1965, Museum of Contemporary Crafts
     27     Newspapers, New York Herald Tribune

293  01-05  Packaging
     06-09     Correspondence
     10        Foam Meat Tray
     11-14  Parties, General
     15        Correspondence
     16-18     Banquet
     19-21     Birthday

294  01-03     Children
     04        Children, Correspondence
     05        Color Scheme
     06-07     Favors
     08        Favors, Correspondence
     09-11     Tailgate
     12-13     Tea
     14     Poems, Poems about Clementine Paddleford
               "A Carol For Clementine" or "A Paean To Paddleford"
               "Memorandum To Clementine" or "What Do You Hear From The Snails?"
               "To Miss Paddleford"
     15     Postcards
               La Petite Auberge de NOVES
               Toledo
     16        ca. 1955
                 Chateau d'Yquem, Sauternes, Gironde
                 Chateau d'Yquem, Sauternes, Gironde, Chateau's
                    agricultural fields
                 Chateau Pontet-Canet, Pauillac, Gironde, 2 each
                 Chateau, Rausan-Segla-Margaux, Gironde, 2 each
                 Dordogne
                 Le Taillan-Medoc (Gironde), 2 each
                 Le Vieux Chateau, vers 1700, 2 each
                 St. Brice (Charente), 2 each
     17-18  Products, General
     19        Aluminum Foil
     20        Baby Food
     21        Brand Names
     22        Brand Names, Correspondence
                 1961 Mar 17, Becker, William G., Public Relations
                    Department, Brand Names Foundation
     23        Hines
     24        Labels
     25        Labels, Correspondence
     26        Lone Oak Farm, Inc.
     27        Melitta Coffee Company
     28        Melitta Coffee Company, Correspondence
     29-30     New
     31        New, Correspondence
                 1959 Aug 03, Graff, D. R., Public Relations Department,
                    Libby, McNeill & Libby
                 "The Creation And Launching Of A New Product"
                 1959 Aug 06, Dahnke, Marye, Director, Consumer Relations,
                    Kraft Foods
                 1959 Aug 10, Warburton, Sue, Executive Offices, General
                    Mills, Inc.
     32        New, General Mills
     33        New, Heinz
     34        New, Kellogg's
     35        Plastic
     36        Shenandoah Valley Produce Company
     37        Swift Company Products
     38        Victory Turkey Products Company, Inc., Correspondence

295  01-27  Quantity, General (cooking in large quantities)

296  01-07  Quantity, General (cooking in large quantities)
     08        Correspondence
                 Dahnke, Marye, Kraft Cuisine Service, 1942 Sep
                 Dahnke, Marye from Paddleford, 1942 Oct 14
                 Evans, Mrs. H. V., 1933 May 06
                 Hands, Mrs. Dawn H., Rochester, New York, 1956 Dec 16
                 LeSueur, Josephine, The Best Foods, Inc., 1956 Sep 21;
                    1956 Oct 24; 1956 Oct 26
                 Metzelthin, Pearl Broettle, Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company,
                    1934 May 29
                 Newton, Mrs. Ada L., Madison, Ohio, 1935 Jan 20
                 Ridley, Helen E., J. Walter Thompson Company, 1952 Jan 31;
                    1952 Feb 13
     09          Scott, V. E., Executive Offices, Hotels Statler Company,
                    Inc., 1938 Sep 20
                 "Women In Hotel Kitchens, Changes in American Eating
                    Opens New Field For Highly-Trained Food Experts"
     10        Banquets
     11        Beverages, Coffee
     12        Bibliography
     13        Box Social
     14        Bread, General
     15        Bread, Communion, Correspondence
     16-20     Buying, Measures, and Weight
     21        Cafeteria, Schools
     22-24     Desserts, General
     25        Desserts, Cakes
     26        Fund Raising with food
     27        Health Issues
     28        Meat
     29        Meat, Fish
     30        Meat, Ham, Smithfield
     31        Meat, Ham, Smithfield, Correspondence
     32        Navy Chow
     33        Parties
     34        Picnics
     35        Salads
     36        Soup
     37-38     Suppers, Community and Church
     39        Suppers, Community and Church, Correspondence
     40        Sweeteners, Honey
     41        Utensils, Silverware
     42     Quotes

297         Radio Broadcasts, Department of Markets, New York City, New
               York, reported by Mrs. Frances Foley Gannon, Director,
               Division of Consumers' Service at WNYC Radio, New York
               [Note - it appears that most of the Radio Broadcasts were
               used as research for a particular topic and many in the
               collection are incomplete]
     01        1946 Feb 20, Turnips and other vegetables
               1947 Sep 17, Grapes (incomplete)
               1948 Mar 17, St Patrick's Day menu tips (incomplete)
               1948 Mar 31, Peppers (incomplete)
               1948 Apr 01, Greens (incomplete)
               1948 Apr 12, Asparagus (incomplete)
               1948 Sep 28, Rosh Hashanah (incomplete)
               1949 Jan 19, Onions (incomplete)
               1949 Aug 03, Cheese (incomplete)
               1949 Aug 08, Peanuts (incomplete)
               1949 Dec 21, Holiday Meals (incomplete)
     02        1951 Apr 09, Asparagus (incomplete)
               1954 Nov 10, Cranberries (incomplete)
               1954 Nov 22, Thanksgiving Dinner
               1954 Dec 16, Spices (incomplete)
               1954 Dec 20, Artichokes (incomplete)
               1954 Dec 27, Tropical Fruity (incomplete)
               1955 Aug 22, Melons (incomplete)
               1955 Sep 07, Breakfast
               1955 Sep 21, Sweet Potatoes (incomplete)
               1955 Dec 08, Chestnuts (incomplete)
               1955 Dec 21, Christmas, history of Christmas tree and
                 holiday menus
     03        1956 Jan 23, Bread (incomplete)    
               1956 Jan 25, Bread
               1956 Feb 23, Chowder (incomplete)
               1956 Feb 29, Lemons
               1956 May 31, Soft Shell Crab
               1956 Jun 01, Meat (incomplete)
               1956 Oct 17, Artichokes
               1956 Nov 05, Mushrooms
     04        1957 Feb 13, Sauerkraut
               1957 May 27, Tropical Fruit
               1957 Aug 26, Leeks (incomplete)
               1957 Oct 23, Turnips (incomplete)
               1957 Nov 04, Beets (incomplete)
               1957 Nov 11, Sauce or Gravy 
               1957 Nov 21, Turkey and Pork
               1957 Nov 22, Fruit and Vegetables and Meat
               1957 Nov 25, Avocados
               1957 Dec 12, Parsnips (incomplete)
               1957 Dec 16, Turnips
               1957 Dec 23, Fish (incomplete)
     05        1958 Jan 08, Carrots (incomplete)
               1958 Jan 23, Chowder (incomplete)
               1958 Feb 26, Turnips (incomplete)
               1958 Feb 27, Fish
               1958 Mar 03, Hebrew Feast of Purim (incomplete)
               1958 Mar 05, Oranges
               1958 Mar 12, Lenten Season (incomplete)
               1958 Mar 13, Mushrooms
               1958 Mar 14, Beef, Poultry, Fish, Fruits and Vegetables
               1958 Mar 17, St. Patrick's Day (incomplete)
               1958 Mar 24, Rhubarb and Fruit (incomplete)
               1958 Mar 27, Ham 
               1958 Mar 31, Eggs (incomplete)
               1958 Apr 16, Turnips and Mustard Greens (incomplete)
               1958 Apr 17, Green Onions or Scallions (incomplete)
     06        1958 Jul 09, Lemons (incomplete)
               1958 Aug 18, Eggplant (incomplete)
               1958 Aug 27, Tomatoes
               1958 Sep 11, Rosh Hashanah 
               1958 Sep 24, Eggplant (incomplete)
               1958 Oct 13, Sauce or Gravy (incomplete)
               1958 Oct 23, Nuts (incomplete)
               1958 Oct 27, Pumpkin and Squash (incomplete)
               1958 Oct 30, Bananas 
               1958 Nov 03, Cabbage and Peppers (incomplete)
               1958 Nov 05, Chili Spiced Dishes (incomplete)
               1958 Nov 10, Avocados and other fruit and vegetables
               1958 Nov 20, Chestnuts (incomplete)
               1958 Dec 01, Tropical Fruit (incomplete)
     07        1959 Jan 22, Grapefruit
               1959 Jan 26, Beans
               1959 Jan 29, Lemons
               1959 Feb 02, Artichokes
               1959 Feb 05, Chowder
               1959 Feb 09, Lenten Meals
               1959 Feb 16, Greens
               1959 Feb 19, Celery (incomplete)
               1959 Feb 23, Cottage Cheese
               1959 Feb 25, Cottage Cheese (incomplete)
               1959 Feb 26, Kale and Onions (incomplete)
               1959 Mar 02, Spices and Herbs
               1959 Mar 12, Radishes (incomplete)
               1959 Mar 16, Hebrew Feast of Purim (incomplete)
               1959 Mar 25, Asparagus (incomplete)
               1959 Mar 27, Spices and Herbs
     08        1959 Apr 02, Fish (incomplete)
               1959 Apr 08, Shad (incomplete)
               1959 Apr 13, Feast of Freedom or Passover
               1959 Apr 15, Greens
               1959 Apr 20, Cocoanuts (incomplete)
               1959 Apr 29, Duck and Poultry (incomplete)
               1959 Apr 20, Spices (incomplete)
               1959 May 13, Strawberries
               1959 May 20, Eggplant (incomplete)
               1959 May 25, Oranges (incomplete)
               1959 May 27, Beans (incomplete)
               1959 Jun 03, Green Onions or Scallions (incomplete)
               1959 Jun 29, Fruit (incomplete)
               1959 Jul 16, Plums (incomplete)
               1959 Aug 20, Leeks (incomplete)
               1959 Aug 26, Shrimp (incomplete)
               1959 Oct 21, Turnips (incomplete)
               1959 Oct 26, Grapes (incomplete)
               1959 Dec 02, Bread (incomplete)
               1959 Dec 12, Cranberries (incomplete)
               1959 Dec 21, Christmas Dinners (incomplete)
     09        1960 Jan 04, Beans (incomplete)
               1960 Jan 07, Salmon`
               1960 Feb 11, Squash
               1960 Feb 17, Onions
               1960 Feb 22, George Washington (incomplete)
               1960 Feb 25, Grapefruit (incomplete)
               1960 Mar 02, Fish
               1960 Mar 03, Bananas (incomplete)
               1960 Mar 07, Seeds, Herbs and Spices (incomplete)
               1960 Mar 09, Passover and Hebrew Feast of Purim (incomplete)
               1960 Mar 16, Turnips (incomplete)
               1960 Mar 17, St. Patrick
               1960 Mar 21, Avocados (incomplete)
               1960 Mar 30, Salad Greens (incomplete)
               1960 Mar 31, Pineapples (incomplete)
               1960 Apr 06, Artichokes (incomplete)
               1960 Apr 07, Spinach (incomplete)
               1960 Apr 14, Holy Thursday
               1960 Apr 15, Good Friday
               1960 Apr 18, Cheese (incomplete)
               1960 Apr 20, Beans (incomplete)
     10        1960 May 11, Asparagus (incomplete)
               1960 May 16, Avocados 
               1960 May 19, Salad Greens (incomplete)
               1960 Jun 15, Green Peppers (incomplete)
               1960 Jun 22, Peaches, Blueberries and Strawberries
               1960 Jun 29, Melons (incomplete)
               1960 Jul 07, Squash (incomplete)
               1960 Jul 11, Melons
               1960 Jul 19, Tropical Fruit (incomplete)
               1960 Jul 26, Plums (incomplete)
               1960 Jul 28, Leeks (incomplete)
               1960 Aug 15, Shrimp
               1960 Aug 16, Tomatoes (incomplete)
               1960 Aug 17, Watercress (incomplete)
               1960 Aug 22, Peaches and Nectarines
               1960 Sep 05, Oysters
               1960 Sep 19, Sweet Potatoes (incomplete)
               1960 Sep 20, Cheese (incomplete)
               1960 Oct 06, Cauliflower (incomplete)
     11        1961 Jan 26, Menus and budget planning
               1961 Feb 08, Artichokes (incomplete)
               1961 Feb 27, Kale (incomplete)
               1961 Mar 07, Shad and other Fish (incomplete)
               1961 Mar 20, Passover 
               1961 Mar 27, Rice
               1961 Mar 28, Asparagus
               1961 Apr 17, Peanuts
               1961 Apr 24, Fishing Operations, Shad and Roe (incomplete)
               1961 Jun 15, Peaches
               1961 Jul 17, Honeydew Melons
               1961 Oct 11, Cheese
               1961 Nov 06, Persimmons (incomplete)
               1961 Nov 27, Chestnuts (incomplete)
     12        1962 Jan 09, Lemons 
               1962 Feb 06, Bananas
               1962 Feb 08, Dates
               1962 Feb 26, Radishes
               1962 Mar 15, St. Patrick's Day
               1962 Mar 19, Hebrew Feast of Purim
               1962 Mar 20, Water Broiling Fish
               1962 Mar 22, Maple Syrup
               1962 Apr 09, Passover (incomplete)
               1962 Apr 11, Milk Production (incomplete)
               1962 Apr 16, Grapefruit
               1962 Apr 24, Parsley (incomplete)
               1962 May 02, Rhubarb (incomplete)
               1962 May 31, Milk Production
     13        1962 Jun 04, Poultry, Duck
               1962 Jun 12, Crabs (incomplete)
               1962 Jun 19, Tropical Fruit (incomplete)
               1962 Jul 25, Eggplant
               1962 Aug 02, Leeks (incomplete)
               1962 Aug 15, Shrimp (incomplete)
               1962 Aug 16, Tomatoes (incomplete)
               1962 Aug 21, Watercress (incomplete)
               1962 Aug 22, Clams
               1962 Aug 28, Pears (incomplete)
               1962 Sep 05, Plums
               1962 Sep 17, Sweet Potatoes (incomplete)
               1962 Oct 01, Mushrooms
               1962 Oct 25, Pumpkins (incomplete)
               1962 Nov 08, Pears (incomplete)
               1962 Nov 14, Avocados (incomplete)
               1962 Nov 20, Thanksgiving Meal, Cranberries and other fruits
                 and vegetables
     14        1963 Jan 03, Beans
               1963 Jan 11, Pork (incomplete)
               1963 Feb 06, Turnips
               1963 Feb 07, Carrots
               1963 Feb 18, Sweet Potatoes (incomplete)
               1963 Feb 25, Salad Greens
               1963 Feb 28, Olives (incomplete)
               1963 Mar 04, Hebrew Feast of Purim (incomplete)
               1963 May 05, Radishes (incomplete)
               1963 Mar 19, Rhubarb (incomplete)
               1963 Mar 27, Cheese
               1963 Mar 28, Salad Greens
               1963 Apr 02, Shellfish (incomplete)
               1963 Apr 03, Pineapple (incomplete)
               1963 Apr 08, Ham (incomplete)
               1963 Apr 09, Parsley (incomplete)
               1963 Apr 29, Celery
               1963 May 02, Kale (incomplete)
               1963 Jun 12, Peaches (incomplete)
     15     Radio Bureau, New York State Agriculture
               1952 Nov 02-08, Vol. VII, Packet No. 34, Part I, Potatoes
     16     Radio Reports, Inc., New York City, New York
               1947 Dec 11, "Margarine Satisfactory Substitute For Butter,"
                 reported by Averill Berman at KGFJ Radio, Los Angeles,
                 California, 2 copies
               1947 Dec 18, "Dairy And Soy Men Should Agree On Margarine,"
                 reported by John Merryfield at WWJ Radio, Detroit,
                 Michigan, 2 copies
               1947 Dec 20, "Repeal Of Repressive Margarine Restrictions
                 Called For,." reported by Don Goddard at WINS Radio, New
                 York, 2 copies
               1947 Dec 24, "Write To Congress To Stop Politics With Butter
                 And Margarine," reported by Carlton Fredercks at WHN
                 Radio, New York, 2 copies
               1947 Dec 30, "Editors Agitate For Removal Of Oleo Taxes,"
                 reported by Howard Chamberlain at WLW Radio, Cincinnati, Ohio
     17     Radio Talk, Department of Markets, New York City, New York
               1941 May 23, Milk, reported by William Fellowes Morgan, Jr.,
                 Commissioner, Department of Markets at WNYC Radio, New York
     18     Radio Talks Prepared by Cleanliness Institute, New York City, New York
               Index, The Romance Of Everyday Things, First Series
     19          "About Beds"
     20          "Handkerchief Habits"
     21          "Lingerie Of Long Ago"
     22          "Old-Time Table Linen"
     23          "The Story Of Soap"
     24          "Tableware - Yesterday And Today"
     25          "Tales Of The Tub"
     26        Index, The Romance Of Everyday Things, Series Two, 1932
     27          "Changing Viewpoints On Keeping Clean"
     28          "The Glamour Of Gloves"
     29          "Magic Carpets"
     30          "Picturesque Pots And Pans"
     31          "Quaint Collars and Cuffs"
     32          "Windows Of The Old World"
     33     Radio-TV Release
               1958 May 11, This Week Magazine, Fight Fair With Your Wife
               1958 May 11, "Needed: Atomic Fire Departments"
     34     Radio Views, New York State Colleges of Agriculture and Home
               Economics at Cornell University Extension Service Food
               Marketing Program, New York, New York
               1954 Jun 14, "Dig That Ice Cream"
               1954 Jul 12, "July Fruit Festival"
               1954 Oct 04, "Cabbage - Head Of The Family"
     35     Railroad, Correspondence
               1966 Jun 06, Tanner, Virginia, The Baltimore and Ohio
                 Railroad Company, Baltimore, Maryland reference new
                 Chesapeake and Ohio-Baltimore and Ohio Food Bar Coach

            Restaurants       
298  01-10     General
     11        General, Correspondence
     12        New York Historical Society Exhibition, "Menus From The Past"
     13        National Association
                 "50 Fundamentals for Managers"
                 "A Handy Frying Chart"
                 "Operating Statements Of Eight Profitable Restaurants in 1940"
                 "Restaurant Cost Chart"
                 "Restaurant Enemy No. 1"
                 "Restaurant Operating Data for 1940"
     14        National Convention, Chicago, Illinois, 1936 Oct 05
                 "Salads On Parade," by Marie L. Casteen, Hotels Statler Company, Inc.
     15        Outdoors Restaurants in Manhattan, New York
     16        1-2-3 Club, 123 East 54th Street, New York, New York
     17        21 Club, Jack & Charlie's, 21 West 52nd Street, New York
                 City, New York
     18        1407 Club, 1407 Broadway, New York City, New York
     19        Absinthe House, 103 West 48th Street, New York City, New York
     20        Al Schacht's, 102 East 52nd Street, New York City, New York
     21        Angelo's Neopolitan, 146 Mulberry, [New York City, New York]
     22-24     Antoine's, New Orleans, Louisiana
     25        Antoine's, New Orleans, Louisiana, Correspondence
     26        Armorique, 2nd Avenue Corner 54th Street, New York City, New York
     27        Art Colony, 823 Lexington Avenue at 62nd Street, New York
                 City, New York
     28        Artist and Writers, 213 West 40th Street, New York City, New York
     29        Asti's, 13 East 12th Street, New York City, New York
     30        Baroque, 14 East 53rd Street, New York City, New York
     31        Beau Brummel, 65 East 54th Street, New York City, New York
     32        Beef and Bourbon, 38th Street and Park Avenue, New York
                 City, New York
     33        Billy The Oysterman, [New York City, New York], Correspondence
     34        Blue Bowl, 157 East 48th Street, New York City, New York
     35        Blue Ribbon, 145 West 44th Street, New York City, New York
     36        Blum's, Lexington at 59th Street, New York City, New York
     37        Bob Olin's, 61st and Central Park West, New York City, New York
     38        Borough, Brooklyn, New York
     39        Brass Rail, 5th Avenue at 43rd Street, New York City, New York
     40        Brevoort, Greenwich Village, New York City, New York
     41        Bristo, 814 Third Avenue, New York City, New York
     42        Brussels, 111 East 56th Street, New York City, New York
     43        Bull and Bear, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City, New York

299  01        Café Chauveron, New York City, New York
     02        Café Continental, 10 East 52nd Street, New York City, New York
     03        Café De La Ville, 65 East 54th Street, New York City, New York
     04-07     Café LaFayette, Ninth Street and University Place, New York
                    City, New York
     08        Café Picardie, 59th and Park Avenue, New York City, New York
     09        Café Reggio, 119 MacDougall Street, New York City, New York
     10        Café Renaissance, 338 East 49th Street, New York City, New York
     11        Café St. Denis, New York City, New York
     12        Canlis' Charcoal Broiler, 2576 Aurora, Seattle, Washington
     13        Caribbean Pavillon, [New York City, New York]
     14        Casa Cellini, 232 East 53rd Street, New York City, New York
     15        Cat Cay Manor [New York]
     16-17     Cavanagh's, 260 West 23rd Street, New York City, New York
     18        Chalet Suisse, 45 West 52nd Street, New York City, New York
     19        Charcoal Room, 64 West 10th Street, New York City, New York
     20        Charles' A La Pomme Souffle, 157 East 55th Street, New York
                 City, New York
     21        Charles' French Restaurant, 452 Avenue of the Americas,
                 between Tenth and Eleventh Street, New York City, New York
     22        Charley O's, Rockefeller Plaza and 48th Street, New York
                 City, New York
     23        Chateaubriand, New York City, New York
     24        Chez Dimitri, 124 East 60th Street, New York City, New York
     25        Chez Elle, 1071 Second Avenue, New York City, New York
     26        Chez Vous, Greenwich Village, Carmine Street and 7th Avenue,
                 New York City, New York
     27        Christ Cella, 144 East 45th Street, New York City, New York
     28        Cin Cin, 224 East 53rd Street, New York City, New York
     29        Clam Broth House, Newark and River Street, Hoboken, New Jersey
     30        Claudio's, Greenport, Long Island, New York
     31        Coach House, 110 Waverly Place, Greenwich Village, New York
                 City, New York
     32        Colony, 667 Madison Avenue at 61st Street, New York City,
                 New York
     33        Connie's, 129 West Fifty-First Street, New York City, New York 
     34        Continental Newtown Inn, Newton, Connecticut
     35        Copain, 891 First Avenue, New York City, New York
     36        Copenhagen, 68 West 58th Street, New York City, New York
     37        Copper Kettle, 421 East 72nd Street, New York City, New York
     38        Country School, chain restaurant located in Illinois,
                 Indiana, and Wisconsin
     39        Craig's, Great Neck, Long Island, New York
     40        Croton Heights Inn, Yorktown Heights, New York
     41        Danny's-Hide-A-Way, 151 East 45th Street, New York City, New York
     42        Dawson's, 159 East 53rd Street, New York City, New York
     43        Delfino, Fifth Avenue between 12th and 13th Streets, New York
                 City, New York
     44        Ding Ho, 203 West 49th Street, New York City, New York
     45        Dogwood Room, 50 East 58th Street, New York City, New York
     46        Downey's, Eighth Avenue at 44th Street, New York City, New York
     47        Drake Room, 71 East 56th Street, New York City, New York
     48        Drury Lane, 5 East 57th Street, New York City, New York
     49        Divian Parisien, 17 East 45th Street, New York City, New York
     50        El Caserio, 145 East 55th Street, New York City, New York
     51        El Parador Café, 561 Second Avenue, New York City, New York
     52        Elms Inn, Ridgefield, Connecticut
     53        Emily Shaw's Inn, Pound Ridge, New York
     54        Emily Shaw's Inn, Pound Ridge, New York, Correspondence
     55        Felix's, 154 West 13th Street, New York City, New York
     56        Fish Story, 114 West 45th Street, New York City, New York
     57        Fornos, 236 West 52nd Street, New York City, New York
     58-59     Forum of the Twelve Caesars, Rockefeller Center, 57 West
                 48th Street, New York City, New York
     60        Forum of the Twelve Caesars, 57 West 48th Street, New York
                 City, New York, Correspondence
     61-62     Four Seasons, Seagram Building, Park Avenue at 52nd Street,
                 New York City, New York
     63          Correspondence
     64        Fraunces Tavern, Broad and Pearl Street, New York City, New York
     65        Freeman Chum, 142 East 53rd Street, New York City, New York
     66        Gage and Tollner, 373 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, New York
     67        Gallagher's Steak House, 228 West 52nd Street, New York
                 City, New York
     68        Gatti's Basement, 242 East 40th Street, New York City, New York
     69        Gazebo, Dartmoor Motor Inn, U. S. Highway 41, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin
     70        Giambelli, 46 East 50th Street, New York City, New York
     71        Golden Calf or Le Veau D'Or, 129 East 60th Street, New York
                 City, New York
     72        Great House, Warwick, Rhode Island
     73        Grandos, 125 MacDougall Street, New York City, New York

300  01        Hackney's, Boardwalk, Atlantic City, New Jersey
     02        Harp and Crown, Penn-Sheraton Hotel, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
     03        Hawaii Kai, 1638 Broadway, New York City, New York
     04        Hawaiian Room, Lexington Hotel, Lexington Avenue and 48th
                 Street, New York City, New York
     05        Herb Evans, Broadway and 64th Street, Manhattan, New York
     06        Ho-Ho, 789 7th Avenue, New York City, New York
     07        Horn and Hardart, 39 South Thirteenth Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
     08        Hotel Bancroft, 40 West 72nd Street, New York City, New York
     09        Hotel Russell, Dublin, Ireland
     10        House of Murphy, on La Cienega restaurant strip, Hollywood, California
     11        Howard Johnson, chain of 422 restaurants across the United States
     12        Italian Pavillon, 24 West 55th Street, New York City, New York
     13        Jager House, 85th Street and Lexington Avenue, New York
                 City, New York
     14        Joe and Rosa, 745 Third Avenue, New York City, New York
     15        Jumble Shop, MacDougal Alley and West 8th Street, Greenwich
                 Village, New York City, New York
     16        Kabuki, 135 Broadway, New York City, New York
     17        Karachi, 144 West 46th Street, New York City, New York
     18        Keen's English Chop House, 72 West 36th Street, New York
                 City, New York
     19        King Henri IV, 142 East 53 Street, New York City, New York
     20        King of the Sea, 879 Third Avenue at 53rd Street, New York
                 City, New York
     21        L'Aiglon, 13 East 55th Street, New York City, New York
     22        L-Auberge de France, 58 West Fifty-Sixth Street, New York
                 City, New York
     23-25     La Fonda del Sol, 123 West 50th Street, in Time Life
                 Building, New York City, New York
     26        La Grillade. Eighth Avenue at 51st, New York City, New York
     27        La Groceria, 333 Avenue of the American, at the corner of
                 West Fourth Street, New York City, New York
     28        La Guardia Terrace, La Guardia Airport Terminal Building,
                 New York City, New York
     29        Le Chanteclair, 18 East Forty-Ninth Street, New York City,
                 New York
     30        Lee's, 36 Pell Street in Chinatown, New York City, New York
     31        Lexington, 46th and Lexington Avenue, New York City, New York
     32        Lindy's, 1626 Broadway and 1655 Broadway, New York City, New York
     33        Little Old Mansion, 244 East 51st Street, New York City, New York
     34        Luau 400, 400 East 57th Street, New York City, New York
     35        Luchow's, 110 East 14th Street, New York City, New York
     36        Lutece's, 249 East 59th Street, New York City, New York
     37        McGinnis, Broadway at 48th Street, New York City, New York
     38        McSorley's Old Ale House, Ale Place and East Seventh Street,
                 New York City, New York
     39        Madame Romaine De Lyonn, 133 East 56th Street, New York
                 City, New York
     40        Maisonette, 151 East Forty-Ninth Street, New York City, New York
     41        Mama Laura's, 230 East 58th Street, New York City, New York
     42        Mama Leone's, New York City, New York
     43        Manero's, Steamboat Road, Greenwich, Connecticut
     44        Manuche's, 150 West 52nd Street, New York City, New York
     45        Marchi's, 251 East 31st Street, New York City, New York
     46        Marguery, 270 Park Avenue, New York City, New York
     47        Mario's Villa Borghese, 65 East 55th Street, New York City,
                 New York
     48        Marmiton, 41 East 49th Street, New York City, New York
     49        Marnel's, 131 East 47th Street, New York City, New York
     50        Maxim's, Paris, France
     51        Mediterranee, Park Avenue at 63rd Street, New York City, New York
     52        Monte's-on-the-Park, 112 Central Park South, New York City,
                 New York
     53        Nino's, Bedford Village, New York
     54        Nino's Pavillion, North Valley Stream, New York
     55        O. Henry's, 6th Avenue at West 4th Street, Greenwich Village,
                 New York City, New York
     56        O' Rourke's, 446 Pearl Street, New York City, New York
     57        Old Drovers Inn, Dover Plains, New York
     58        Old Hungary, 1327 Second Avenue near 70th Street, New York
                 City, New York
     59        Old Mill Inn, Bernardsville, New Jersey
     60        Palace d'Orient, 108 Lexington Avenue, New York City, New York
     61        Palais, 342 Park Avenue in Sheraton East, New York City, New York
     62        Palm, 837 Second Avenue, New York City, New York
     63        Pappy's, Memphis, Tennessee
     64        Paradis, 1111 Second Avenue, New York City, New York
     65        Pavillon, 111 East 57th Street, New York City, New York
     66        Pen and Pencil, 203 East 45th Street, New York City, New York
     67        Penthouse Club, 30 Central Park South, New York City, New York
     68        Phil Gluckstern, 209 West 48th Street, New York City, New York
     69        Philharmonic Café, Philharmonic Hall, New York City, New York
     70        Pierre's, 359 East 50th Street, New York City, New York
     71        Pierre au Tunnel, 306 West 48th Street, New York City, New York
     72        Pirates' House, 20 East Broad Street, Savannah, Georgia
                 (Postcard only)
     73        Polonaise, 230 East 51st Street, New York City, New York
     74        President, 41st and Lexington, New York City, New York
     75        Press Box, 139 East 45th Street, Manhattan, New York
     76        Pump Room, Ambassador East Hotel, Chicago, Illinois
     77        Putsch's Plaza, Kansas City, Missouri

301  01        Quaker Ridge Inn, New Rochelle, New York
     02        Quo Vadis, 26 East 63 Street, New York City, New York
     03        Rainbow Room, R. C. A. Building, Rockerfeller Center, New
                 York City, New York
     04        Raleigh Tavern, Williamsburg, Virginia
     05        Ratner's, 111 Second Avenue, New York City, New York
     06        Red Coach, 7 East 58th Street, New York City, New York
     07        Red Devil, 111 West 48th Street, New York City, New York
     08        Renato's, Greenwich Village, New York City, New York
     09        Reubens, 212 West 57th Street, New York City, New York
     10        Ritz-Carlton/Carlton House, Madison Avenue, New York City,
                 New York
     11        Riviera, Manhattan Sound, Manhattan, New York
     12        Roma Di Notte, 1528 Second Avenue, New York City, New York
     13        Romeo Salta, 39 West 56th Street, New York City, New York
     14        Rumpelmayer, Hotel St. Moritz, 50 Central Park South, New
                 York City, New York
     15        Sallys, 2217 First Avenue, New York City, New York
     16        Salum Sanctorum, 1112 Third Avenue, New York City, New York
     17        Sans Souci, Sixteenth and Third Avenue, New York City, New York
     18        Sardi's, 234 West Forty-Fourth Street, New York City, New York
     19        Sayat Nova, Greenwich Village, New York City, New York
     20        Scandia Room, Hotel Piccadilly, 227 West 45th Street, New
                 York City, New York
     21        Sea-Fares, 41 West Eighth Street, New York City, New York
     22        Shallal, Lebanon Pavillion, New York World's Fair, New York
                 City, New York
     23        Sheraton-East, 341 Park Avenue, New York City, New York
     24        Sign of the Dove, 1110 Third Avenue, New York City, New York
     25        Singapore, 50th Street and Broadway, New York City, New York
     26        Sixty-Eight, 59 Fifth Avenue, New York City, New York
     27        Skaneateles or Krebs, Syracuse, New York
     28        Sloppy Louie's, 92 South Street, New York City, New York
     29        St. Moritz, 50 Central Park South, New York City, New York
     30          Correspondence
     31        Stock Yard Inn, Chicago, Illinois
     32        Stoddard's, West 119th Street, New York City, New York
     33        Stonehenge Inn, Ridgefield, Connecticut
     34        Stork Club, 53rd Street, Manhattan, New York 
     35        Stouffer, Cleveland, Ohio
     36        Sweet's, 2 Fulton Street, New York City, New York
     37        Tapley's, East 48th Street, Manhattan, New York
     38        Tappan Hill, Manhattan, New York
     39        Teddy's, 219 West Broadway, New York City, New York
     40        Theodore's, 4 East 56th Street, New York City, New York
     41        Thwaites, City Island, New York
     42        Tiburon Tommie's Pier 41, Main Street, Tiburon, California
                 (postcard only)
     43        Tiki Village, 59 East 56th Street, New York City, New York
     44        Tower Suite, Sixth Avenue and 50th Street, on 48th floor of
                 Time-Life Building, New York City, New York
     45        Turtle Bay, 869 Second Avenue, New York City, New York
     46        Tuscany Room, 120 East 39th Street, New York City, New York
     47        Two Guitars, 244 East 14th Street, New York City, New York
     48        Vendome, 415 Madison Avenue, New York City, New York
     49        Via Margutta, 24 Minetta Lane, Greenwich Village, New York
                 City, New York
     50        Villa Savoia, 88 Mulberry Street, near Chinatown, New York
                 City, New York
     51        Voisin, 30 East 65th Street, New York City, New York
     52        Waldorf-Astoria, 301 Park Avenue, New York City, New York
     53        Water Wheel Inn, Ardsley, New York
     54        Wayside Inn, Sudbury, Massachusetts
     55        Westleigh Inn, Litchfield, Connecticut
     56        Weylin Room, Weylin Hotel
     57        White Turkey Inn, Danbury, Connecticut
     58        White Turkeys, 300 East 57th Street; 12 East 49th Street;
                 Madison Avenue at 37th Street (all branches of White
                 Turkey Inn, Danbury, Connecticut), New York City, New York
     59        William Tell House, 206 East Fiftieth Street, New York City,
                 New York
     60        Xochitl, 146 West 46th Street, New York City, New York
     61        Ye Olde Chop House, 118 Cedar Street, New York City, New York
     62        Zani's Villa Victor, Syosset, Long Island, New York
     63        Zoe Chase, 115 East 60th Street, New York City, New York
     64        Zum Zum, Lexington Avenue and 45th Street, New York City,
                 New York

302  01     Sales
               "Cooperative Plan Wins Sales and Stimulates Good Will"
               "How Tip-Ons Build Sales"
            Seasons
     02-09     Spring
     10        Spring, Flowers
     11        Spring, Poems
     12        Spring, Poems, Garden
     13        Spring, Recipes
     14-25     Summer       
     26-29     Summer, Camping
     30-40     Summer, Picnic
     41        Summer, Recipes

303  01-04     Autumn
     05-06     Autumn, Harvest
     07        Autumn, October
     08-10     Autumn, School Days
     11-12     Winter

304  01     Ships
               "The Gentleman from San Francisco," incomplete
     02        U. S. S. Missouri
     03        U. S. S. Saratoga
            Societies
     04        Society of Gourmets
     05        Wine and Food Society of New York
            Stories
     06        "Mascot for Uncle," by A. J. Cronin
     07        "This is my Tender Clown," by Eulalie Beffet
     08        "You've Got To Be Hard," by Barbara Aldrich
            Telephone
     09        "Let's Talk It Over," White Plains Daily Reporter, 1932 Jul 18
            Tips
     10        Financial, "Dollar Don't That Save Me Money"
     11        Flowers
     12        Hostess
     13        Leaving the Party
     14        Tips For Tales In American Home
     15        Tips For Tales In Babies
     16        Tips For Tales In The Farmer's Wife
     17        Tips For Tales In The Herald Tribune
     18        Tips For Tales In Home and Field
            Tours and Travel
     19        General
     20        99 Day Grass Roots Tour
     21        Aboard Queen Superliners
     22        Mobile Travel
     23        Travel Ideas
            Trends
     24-27     General
     28        Dolls
     29        Drive-In
     30        Economics
     31        Family
     32-35     Food
     36        Food, Frozen
     37        Food, Marketing
     38        Government
     39        Homes
     40        Housewares
     41-42     Kitchen
     43        Mealtime
     44-45     Packaging
     46        Poetry
     47        Price
     48        Products

305  01        Spices
     02-05     Supermarkets
     06-07     Women
            Vitamins
     08-10     General
     11        A
     12        B
     13        C
     14        Calcium
     15        D
     16        E
     17        Folic Acid
     18        Iron
     19        Niacin
     20        Riboflavin
     21        Thiamine
     22     War, General
     23     War, Food Administration
     24     War, World War II
     25     Weather
            Weddings
305  26-29     General
     30        Correspondence
     31        Anniversary
     32        Breakfast
     33-34     Bride
     35        Bride, Cooking
     36        Bride, Luncheon
     37        Bride, Bridal Shower
     38        Bride, Bridal Wreath
     39-41     Cake
     42        Cake, History

306  01        Engagement
     02        Etiquette
     03        Father of the Bride
     04        Gifts
     05        Groom
     06        Invitation
     07        Manual
     08-10     Reception
     11        Traditions
     12        Ushers
            Women
     13        General
     14-22     Career Women, General
     23        Career Women, General, Correspondence
     24        Career Women
                 Cowen, Ella, Tenafly, New Jersey, 1948 Jul 14
                 De Nave, Ruth, Newburgh, New York, 1945 Oct 24
                 Marcia [?], nd
                 Sam and Me [?], Sparrowbush, New York, 1962 Apr 28
                 "Success Stories Of Women In Small Business"
                 (Helen Morgan; Susan Elizabeth Jones; Julia C. Pruyne;
                    Mrs. Caesar Searchinger; Beulah Southwell; Bertha
                    Louis; Jeanne Douglas; Jessie Ruff; Leila Courtwright;
                    Magda Tarleton; Helen Miller; Anne Mauger; Rachel
                    Mauger; Mrs. Donald Ross; Vella Smith; Dorothy Chase;
                    Janet L. Dunklebarger; Mary L. Greene; Mrs. Frank C.
                    Ford; Mrs. Sidney Orefice; SALLY Ballet Dolls; Ellamae
                    Snedecker; Marjorie C. Adams; Mrs. Sherman Day; Mary
                    Cleveland Geer; Mrs. William E. Annin, Jr.; Ennis
                    Rickspoone; and Louise Emory Angell)
     25          Barrett, Lois
     26          Bowman, Isabel and Vivian Roome
     27          Bradt, Jewel
     28          Burlingham, Mabel
     29          Camp, Emmy
     30          Chase, Dorothy
     31          Chase, Elisabeth
     32          Cramer, Charlotte
     33          Curtis, Dorothy
     34          Fanning, Cora
     35          Ferguson, Dorothy
     36          Green, Clara Barton
     37          Honeycutt, Ann
     38          Kelly, Kathleen Watson
     39          Lange, Hope
     40          Lange, Minette

307  01          McCarthy, Melanie Bouchelle
     02          Madsen, Sophie
     03-04       Merritt, Mary B.
     05          Mezey, Ilona
     06          Morgan, Helen
     07          Riker, Lois Long
     08          Ross, Mary
     09          Roth, Frances, New Haven, Connecticut
     10          Rudkin, Margaret
     11          Russell Anne S., Spartanburg, South Carolina
     12          Stevens, Julie
     13          Street, Eleanor
     14          Todd, Jane                  
     15          Vergano, Rose
     16          Vincent, Zola
     17          Warren, Sally
     18          Wilkinson, Gertrude S.
     19          Winne-Wilson, Jackie
     20          Winter, Pat
     21        Housewife
     22        Women's Bureau, General
     23        Women's Bureau, 1945
     24        Women's Bureau, 1946
     25        Women's Bureau, 1947
     26        Women's Military Service Club, 1944 Sep 20




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