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Articles - This Week Magazine, 1935-1948

Box  Folder
64   01    List of Articles
     02    List of No Food Columns
     03    1935 Mar 24, "Low-Calory Party Menus"
     04    1935 Apr 07, "Novel Easter Table Favors"
           1935 Apr 07, "Happy Easter Parade"
     05    1935 Apr 28, "More-the-Merrier Menus"
     06    1935 May 28, "Say It With A Banquet"
     07    1935 Jun 30, "The Fun Fountain"
     08    1935 Dec 08, "Pay for It with Luncheons"
     09    1936 Feb 09, "The Big Little Month"
     10    1936 May 10, "The Stars In Her Courses"
     11    1936 Jun 21, "Sophisticated Cocktail Soup!"
     12    1936 Jul 19, "Those Refreshing Melons!"
     13    1936 Aug 09, "The Plums Have It"
     14    1936 Sep 13, "These R Months for Oysters!" 
     15    1936 Oct 11, "Dinner in a Nut Shell"
     16    1937 Jan 10, "Trademarked for Quality"
     17    1937 Mar 07, "Cheese - All Things To All Menus"
     18    1937 Aug 08, "Quick and Easy Breakfasts"
     19    1937 Sep 12, "Reunion in September"
     20    1937 Sep 19, "Down Market Byways: In which we explore the intricacies
             of carbonated beverages and how they are made"
     21    1937 Oct 24, "An Apple A Day"
     22    1937 Nov 14, "Cranberries!"
     23    1937 Dec 05, "Down Market Byways: The mystery of quick-freezing"
     24    1937 Dec 19, "Eat These Decorations"
     25    1938 Jan 30, "Game"
     26    1938 Apr 10, "Down Market Byways: The story behind molasses"
     27    1938 Jun 19, "Out Of The Salad Bowl"
     28    1938 Aug 14, "Lemon Tang"
     29    1938 Nov 13, "King Turkey rules his kingdom with a modern retinue of
             foods and flavors"
     30    1938 Dec 25, "Make Merry At The Wassail Bowl"
     31    1939 Jan 08, "And Called It Macaroni"
     32    1939 Feb 19, "What Is Gelatin Made Of?"
     33    1939 May 21, "Soy Beans Are Good To Eat"
     34    1939 Aug 06, "Sundae School"
     35    1939 Oct 15, "Know The Facts About Margarine"
     36    1939 Nov 19, "The First Thanksgiving Feast"
             (Princess Atalie, Cherokee Princess, daughter of Chief Unkalunt)
     37    1939 Dec 17, "Feasts for St. Nicolas"
     38    1940 May 19, "Trapping The Short-Weight Artist"
     39    1940 Sep 08, "America Makes The Cheese"
     40    1940 Dec 22, "The Gingerbread Folks"
     41    1941 Feb 09, "Rituals With Coffee"
             (Café Brulot)
     42    1941 Feb 16, "What Is Wild Rice?"
     43    1941 Apr 20, "Styled As They Grow"
             (Reference to vegetables)
     44    1941 Jun 29, "Another Helping, Mr. Washington"
     45    1941 Oct 12, "Three Girls Buy A House"
             (Annie Fleissner, Esther Prince, Amelia Stoffer)
     46    1941 Dec 07, "Dinner, Dehydrated"
     47    1941 Dec 21, "Mrs. Cratchit's Christmas Dinner, 1941"
     48    1942 Mar 15, "What Oil For Salad?"
     49    1942 Apr 19, "Our American Wines"
     50    1942 May 24, "No Rations On Spices"
     51    1942 Jun 28, "Let's Have An Old-Fashioned Fourth!"
             (Mrs. John Bunker and Mary Blodgett, Sweet's Grove, Stockdale, Kansas)
     52    1942 Sep 06, "Easy Does It"
     53    1942 Nov 08, "Your Foods Get Into Wartime Dress"
     54    1943 May 09, "Peanuts Pack A Wallop!"
     55    1943 Jun 05, "Your Favorite Flavor"
     56    1943 Jun 20, "Wartime Duty: A Good Breakfast!"
     57    1944 Feb 18, no title - That golden fruit the banana
             1944 Feb 10, Paddleford to Juan Funes, Vice-Consular, Honduran
                Consulate
             1944 Feb 18, Paddleford to Robert M, Davidson, President, Sanib
                Corporation
     58    1944 Sep 03, "Oyster Season"
     59    1944 Dec 03, "Pop It - And Feast!" 
             (Popcorn)
     60    1945 Mar 11, "The Magic Touch"
     61    1945 Apr 08, "It's A Meal!" 
             (Fiorello H. La Guardia, Mayor, New York City and pasta)
     62    1945 Nov 04, "Food For Conversation"
             (Stuart Cloete, novelist)
     63    1945 Dec 09, New York 
             [Article missing - working notes only]
             Food For Conversation - turkey carving 
                (Claudius Philippe of Waldorf Astoria)
     64    1946 Jan 20, "Food Is Medicine, Too"
     65    1946 May 19, "UN's Honor Dishes" - galley proof
             (Dirk Eykelhoff, chef)
     66    1946 Jun 30, "Barbecue It!" 
             (Conrad Frederick Smith, Eastern manager of the Poultry and Egg
             National Board)
     67    1946 Aug 04, Prelude to Dinner"
     68    1946 Sep 01, "Cookbook For India" - galley proof
             (Marie Buck and Dorothy Pierson)
     69    1946 Oct 27, "Bewitch Your Table"
     70    1946 Dec 15, "How To Make A Creche"
     71    1946, no title, article about trip to France
     72    1947 Jan 12, "60,000 Miles Of Eating"
             (Duncan Hines)
     73    1947 Mar 16, "Feast With The Irish" - galley proof
             (Maura Laverty)
     74    1947 Mar 23, Manchester, Conn.  
             "Hot Cross Buns For Easter" 
             (Mrs. Walter Olcott)
     75    Correspondence reference March 23, 1947 
     76    1947 Apr 06, Manhattan, Kansas 
             "Return of the Pineapple"
     77    1947 Jun 01, "Magyar Mealtime"
             (Lilla Van Saher - Hungarian writer)
     78    1947 Jun 29, "Dinner On The Fourth" 
             (Down-Easters serve poached salmon - galley proof only, printed
                article missing)
     79    1947 Jul 06, "Food For Conversation"
     80    1947 Jul 20, "To Fix Pineapple"
     81    1947 Aug 31, "Jerry Builds A Pizza" 
             (Jerry Colonna and Bob Hope)
     82    1947 Nov 02, "Dress Up The Soup Bowl"
     83    1947 Dec 07, "The Christmas Flavor"
     84    1948 Jan 18, "New England Special"
     85    1948 Mar 14, no title - galley proof, Brumada
             (Mrs. Ethel Gosling)
     86    1948 Mar 21, "Easter Eating"
     87    1948 Apr 25, New Orleans, Louisiana
             "Antoine's Ten Secrets" 
             (Antoine's Restaurant, French Quarter)
     88    1948 May 09, "The Art of Eating An Artichoke"
     89    1948 Aug 22, "Out of the Garden"
     90    1948 Sep 26, "Run On The Cooky Jar" 
     91    1948 Oct 03, no article in file, recipe for Lindy's Cheesecake
     92-97 1948 Oct 22, no article in file
             (Frances Eileen Hutt Dewey, Mrs. Thomas E. Dewey)
     98    Correspondence reference October 22, 1948
     99    1948 Nov 14, "Cranberries, You Cook Them"   
     100   1948 Dec 19, "Give Your Table The Holiday Look"
     101   194[?] Apr 07, "Pan-America Is On Our Menu"
     102   "Bounty From The Sea," n.d.    
           "The Bride's First Dinner," n.d.
           "Down Market Byways: What makes our tea so good?," n.d.
           "Drink Your Vitamin D," n.d.
           "Gourmet's Almanac," n.d.
           "Hot-Weather Soups," n.d.
           "Spare the Plank," n.d.
           "Time-Honored Herb And Flower Jellies,"n.d.
           "War In The Teapot," n.d.

           This Week Magazine
           "How America Eats" Story Index, 1949-1961
65   01    1949 Jan - 1952 Aug 22
     02    1952 Sep 07 - 1956 Nov 11
     03    1956 Nov 18 - 1959 Aug 09
     04    1959 Aug 16 - 1962 Dec 02
     05    1962 Dec 09 - 1967 Nov 12
             "How America Eats" Extra Index
     06    1949 Feb 13 - 1952 Jul 20
     07    1952 Aug 03 - 1955 Nov 20
     08    VIP's in "How America Eats" Series
     09    1952 Oct 19 - 1958 Jun 26, This Week Magazine, Color Spot Index
     10    1944 Jan 16 - 1949 Jan 02, This Week Magazine, Food Story Index
     11    1961 Nov 05 - 1966 Feb 13, This Week's Recipes
     12    1961 Nov 05 - 1963 Sep 22, Today's Living Recipes by Isabel A. McGovern

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1949 Jan-Jun
66   01    1949 Jan 02, St. Louis, Missouri
             "Secret Salad" 
             (Thelma R. Leson)
     02    Correspondence reference January 2, 1949
     03    1949 Feb 06, Tour of United States
             "The Great Food Speed-Up"
     04    1949 Feb 13, Los Angeles, California             
             "California: Citrus Secrets" 
             (Mrs. John Powell)
     05    Correspondence reference February 13, 1949
     06    1949 Feb 20, Salem, Oregon
             "Oregon: Cake for the Governor" 
             (Mrs. Douglas "Mabel" McKay)
     07    Correspondence reference February 20, 1949
     08    1949 Feb 27, Southwest United States
             Katy diner - Katy Railroad
     09    Correspondence reference February 27, 1949
     10    1949 Mar 06, Albuquerque, New Mexico
             Pinto Beans 
             (Mrs. Elizabeth Shaffer and Mrs. A. H. Beirne)
     11    Correspondence reference March 6, 1949
     12    1949 Mar 13, San Francisco, California
             "San Francisco: Supper on Fisherman's Wharf" 
             (Dan Sweeney Jr. and Gene McAteer of Tarantino's Restaurant) 
     13    Correspondence reference March 13, 1949
     14    1949 Mar 20, St. Louis, Missouri
             "St. Louis: She Feeds the VIP's" 
             (Mrs. Luella Sayman)
     15    Correspondence reference March 20, 1949
     16    1949 Mar 27, Boston, Massachusetts
             "Boston: The Sacred Cod" 
             (Parker House and Appleton House)
     17    Correspondence reference March 27, 1949
     18    1949 Apr 03, Dallas, Texas
             "Dallas" Tea-Time In Texas" 
             (Braden's Cake Shop - Mrs. Roy Braden)
     19    Correspondence reference April 3, 1949
     20    1949 Apr 10, Marblehead, Massachusetts
             "New England: Tang of Spring" 
             (Isabel Currier)
     21    Correspondence reference April 10, 1949
     22    1949 Apr 17, New Orleans, Louisiana
             "New Orleans: Where Shrimp Is King" 
             (Count Arnaud Cazenave)
     23    Correspondence reference April 17, 1949
     24    1949 May 1, Portland, Oregon
             "Portland Ore...Here's A Handy Man With a Potato" 
             (George Otten)
     25    Correspondence reference May 1, 1949
     26    1949 May 8, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
             "Philadelphia...Quaker City Secrets" 
             (Harriett E. Worrell)
     27    Correspondence reference May 8, 1949
     28    1949 May 15, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
             "Pittsburgh: Dinner On The River" 
             (Helen Ruch)
     29    Correspondence reference May 15, 1949
     30    1949 May 22, Newport, Vermont
             "Vermont: Doughnuts To Dunk" 
             (Dorothy Prouty, Mrs. Elizabeth LaRose)
     31    Correspondence reference May 22, 1949
     32    1949 May 29, St. Louis, Missouri
             "St. Louis:'The Big Stuff'" 
             (Mrs. Bertha L. Schneithorst and Jules Derringer)
     33    Correspondence reference May 29, 1949
     34    1949 Jun 05, Lincoln, Massachusetts
             "New England Fried Chicken" 
             (Marian Fitch and Jane Poor)
     35    Correspondence reference June 5, 1949
     36    1949 Jun 12, Birmingham, Alabama
             Confederate Memorial Day article 
             (Frances Bomer, Mountain Brook Country Club, Birmingham's Country Club)
     37    Correspondence reference June 12, 1949 
     38    1949 Jun 19, San Francisco, California
             Galley proof only, printed article missing 
             (Dr. George Selleck)
     39    Correspondence reference Jun 19, 1949
     40    1949 Jun 26, Atlanta Georgia
             (Mrs. Henrietta Dull)
     41    Correspondence reference June 26, 1949

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1949 Jul-Dec  
67   01    1949 Jul 03, Memphis, Tennessee
             The Tennessee Club 
             (George Anderson)
     02    Correspondence reference July 3, 1949
     03    1949 Jul 10, Dallas, Texas
             "Buttermilk And Corn Sticks" 
             (Frank Stevenson, restaurant manager Dobbs House)
     04    Correspondence reference July 10, 1949
     05    1949 Jul 17, Atlanta, Georgia
             Pecan Pie 
             (Callie Williams, Magnolia Tea Room in Rich's Department Store)
     06    Correspondence reference to July 17, 1949
     07    1949 Jul 24, Birmingham, Alabama
             White Salad, Frazer Banks Cottage 
             (Beryl Banks)
     08    Correspondence reference to July 24, 1949
     09    1949 Jul 31, Providence, Rhode Island
             Teatime Sweets, 
             (Mrs. Mary Dye Whaley McBay and Grace Catherine Whaley - Kingston,
             Rhode Island)
     10    Correspondence reference to July 31, 1949
     11    1949 Aug 07, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
             "Sandwich...Giant-Size" 
             (Jack Twilley)
     12    Correspondence reference to August 7, 1949
     13    1949 Aug 14, Lake Cayugo, New York
             "Broiler Roast" 
             (Mrs. Ruth Rice McMillan, the William D. McMillan Farm)
     14    Correspondence reference to August 14, 1949
     15    1949 Aug 21, Ottumwa, Iowa 
             "Back-Porch Ice Cream" 
             (Dr. John and Genevieve McDermott)
     16    Correspondence reference to August 21, 1949
     17    1949 Aug 28, Coatesville, Pennsylvania
             "Chocolate-Cake Twins" 
             (Jackson and Eleanor Taylor, the Dutch Cupboard)
     18    Correspondence reference to August 28, 1949
     19    1949 Sep 04, East Hampton, Long Island, New York
             "Heirloom Recipes" 
             (Jeannette Edwards Rattray)
     20    Correspondence reference to September 4, 1949
     21    1949 Sep 11, San Francisco, California
             "Palace Court Salad" 
             (The Palace Hotel)
     22    Correspondence reference to September 11, 1949
     23    1949 Sep 18, Boston, Massachusetts
             "Black Bottom Pie" 
             (Lillian Burchett, Boston's Puritan Hotel)
     24    Correspondence reference to September 18, 1949
     25    1949 Sep 25, Minneapolis, Minnesota
             "Canning Champ" 
             (Mrs. Leonard W. Scott)
     26    Correspondence reference to September 25, 1949
     27    1949 Oct 02, Haiti
             "In Haiti You Eat!" 
             (Haiti's President Dumarsais Etime, Madame Mayard "Mrs. Constantin
             Mayard", Madame Maria Franckel)
     28    Correspondence reference to October 2, 1949
     29    1949 Oct 09, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
             "Soup's On!" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Gamma)
     30    Correspondence reference to October 9, 1949
     31    1949 Oct 16
             "A Year Of Good Food" 
             (Paddleford's Choices)
     32    1949 Oct 23, Coatesville, Pennsylvania
             "Mushroom Country" 
             (Arece Lambert Anderson and Forrest Anderson)
     33    Correspondence reference to October 23, 1949
     34    1949 Oct 30,  Detroit Limited Train Car
             "Wabash Railroad...Fancy Flapjacks" 
             (Turkey Black)
     35    Correspondence reference to October 30, 1949
     36    1949 Nov 06, Detroit, Michigan
             "The Cooking Corbetts" 
             (Lucy and Sid Corbett)
     37    Correspondence reference to November 6, 1949
     38    1949 Nov 13, Providence, Rhode Island
             "Johnnycake Lunch" 
             (Mrs. E. T. H. Metcalf)
     39    Correspondence reference to November 13, 1949
     40    1949 Nov 20, Edison Park, Illinois
             "Holiday Breakfast Bread" 
             (Julius Kasser)
     41    1949 Nov 27, Memphis, Tennessee
             Dinner Time 
             (Mrs. William "Julia" Kent)
     42    Correspondence reference to November 27, 1949
     43    1949 Dec 04, Freeville, New York
             "Candy's In The Making" 
             (Mrs. Alvord Baker)
     44    Correspondence reference to December 4, 1949
     45    1949 Dec 11, Fox Point, Wisconsin
             "Christmas-Eve Bread" 
             (F. W. Glantz and Helen Glantz)
     46    Correspondence reference to December 11, 1949
     47    1949 Dec 18, New York, New York
             "His Majesty, The Oyster" 
             (Grand Central Oyster Bar)
     48    Correspondence reference to December 18, 1949
     49    1949 Dec 25
             "Holiday Cheers" 
             (Oregon's Governor Douglas McKay; Mrs. Walter E. Wilhelm,
             Portland, Oregon; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dickinson, Portland,
             Oregon; Mrs. Thomas E. Dewey, Sapulpa, Oklahoma; Mrs. Ewing
             Hulsey, Birmingham, Alabama; Mrs. George Bridges,
             Birmingham, Alabama; Aunt Fanny's Cabin, Atlanta, Georgia;
             Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Hines, Bowling Green, Kentucky; Erna
             Fergusson, Albuquerque, New Mexico; Max Hood and George
             Lusk, Albuquerque, New Mexico; John Snyder, Amarillo, Texas;
             Roy Alciatore, New Orleans, Louisiana; Charles Read, New
             Orleans, Louisiana; Jack Morgan, Hollywood, California;
             Lillian and Lottie graves, Hollywood, California; Polish
             Count Michael Gasznoki, Hollywood, California; Donald B.
             Lourie, President Quaker Oats Company, Chicago, Illinois;
             Chef Dominic de Salvo, Boston, Massachusetts; Mr. W. H.
             Fortune, Memphis, Tennessee; Mrs. L. E. Hall, Memphis,
             Tennessee; Roy C. and Ruth Newton, Three Rivers, Michigan;
             Nell and Arthur B. Palmer, Stillwater, Minnesota; Mrs. John
             McDermott, Ottumwa, Iowa; Gladys and Riley Green, Union
             Grove, Wisconsin; Elspeth Bennett, St. Louis, Missouri; Eve
             Haber, St. Louis, Missouri; Carol and Joe Franklin Meyers,
             Dallas, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. John Howard Benson, Newsport,
             Rhode Island; Margaret and Sheldon Potter, Rehoboth Beach,
             Delaware; Ruth Conrad Norbury, San Francisco, California; R.
             A. Carey of San Anselmo, California; Aldo Fabrimi,
             California's Nappa Valley; Mrs. Fernande de latour,
             Rutherford, California)

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1950 Jan-Apr 
68   01    1950 Jan 01
             "Call In The Cook!"
     02    Correspondence reference to January 1, 1950
     03    1950 Jan 08, Gwynedd Valley, Pennsylvania
             "Dutch Treat" 
             (Elizabeth Millington)
     04    Correspondence reference to January 8, 1950
     05    1950 Jan 15, Three Rivers, Michigan
             (Dr. Roy C. and Ruth Newton) 
             [working notes only, article missing]
     06    Correspondence reference to January 15, 1950
     07    1950 Jan 22, Newport, Rhode Island
             "Thomas Tew's Chowder" 
             (John Howard Benson and Esther Fisher Benson)
     08    Correspondence reference to January 22, 1950
     09    1950 Jan 29, Wayzata, Minnesota
             "A Cook's Paradise" 
             (Mrs. Charles B. Sweatt)
     10    Correspondence reference to January 29, 1950
     11    1950 Feb 05, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
             "Sautter's Famous Cake" 
             (Gasoar G. Lopez and Jacob Yackle)
     12    Correspondence reference to February 5, 1950     
     13    1950 Feb 12, Birmingham, Alabama
             Alabama Federation of Women's Clubs, 
             (Mrs. M. I. Cleveland and Mrs. Dan S. Martin) 
             [working notes only, article missing]
     14    Correspondence reference to February 12, 1950
     15    1950 Feb 19, Dearborn, Michigan
             "Dinner In Dearborn" 
             (Edith B. Crumb)
     16    Correspondence reference to February 19, 1950
     17    1950 Feb 26, Racine County, Wisconsin
             "Farm Feast" 
             (Riley and Gladys Green and Mrs. Hilda Christenson)
     18    Correspondence reference to February 26, 1950
     19    1950 Mar 05, Hinsdale, Illinois
             "Toss The Salad" 
             (Margery Beem)
     20    Correspondence reference to March 5, 1950
     21    1950 Mar 12, Cleveland, Ohio
             "Pretty As A Picture" 
             (Women's City Club and Miss Annette Markham)
     22    Correspondence reference to March 12, 1950
     23    1950 Mar 19, Bloomington, Indiana
             "Chow In A College Town" 
             (Henry F. Boxman's Restaurant)
     24    Correspondence reference to March 19, 1950
     25    1950 Mar 26, Atlanta, Georgia
             "Dixie Dishes" 
             (Elizabeth Parker and Pat Collier)
     26    Correspondence reference to March 26, 1950
     27    1950 Apr 02, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
             "Polish Easter" 
             (Maria Laskowski)
     28    Correspondence reference to April 2, 1950
     29    1950 Apr 09, Cincinnati, Ohio
             "Grandma Thie's Coffee Cakes" 
             (Hattie Thie, Willam Thie, and Carl Thie)
     30    Correspondence reference to April 9, 1950
     31    1950 Apr 16, Kansas City, Missouri
             "Dinner For An Artist" 
             (Thomas Hart Benson and Rita Piacenza Benson)
     32    Correspondence reference to April 16, 1950
     33    1950 Apr 23, Stillwater, Minnesota
             "Fish For Your Dinner" 
             (Arthur and Nell Palmer, Lowell Inn)
     34    Correspondence reference to April 23, 1950
     35    1950 Apr 30, New Orleans, Louisiana
             "Red Beans and Rice" 
             (Mrs. Ray "Martha Ann" Brett)
     36    Correspondence reference to April 30, 1950

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1950 May-Aug
69   01    1950 May 07, Birmingham, Alabama
             (Mrs. Ewing Hulsey Elmore) 
             [working notes only, article missing]
     02    Correspondence reference to May 7, 1950
     03    1950 May 14, East Cleveland, Ohio
             "Come Over For Bridge" 
             (Mrs. Guy Rockwell)
     04    Correspondence reference to May 14, 1950
     05    1950 May 21, Providence, Rhode Island
             "Seafood Secrets" 
             (Mrs. Charles C. Marshall)
     06    Correspondence reference to May 21, 1950
     07    1950 May 28, Indianapolis, Indiana
             "The Governor Likes Cookies" 
             (Mrs. Henry "Maude" Schricker)
     08    1950 Jun 04, Cincinnati, Ohio
             "Dinner For 1,000" 
             (Mrs. J. Walter "Nancy" Freiberg)
     09    Correspondence reference to June 4, 1950
     10    1950 Jun 11, Summit, New Jersey
             (Mrs. Helen Chrystal Bender) 
             [working notes only, article missing]
     11    Correspondence reference to June 11, 1950
     12    1950 Jun 18, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
             (Mrs. Margaret 'Sheldon F.' Yardley Potter) 
             [working notes only, article missing]
     13    Correspondence reference to June 18, 1950
     14    1950 Jun 25, Indianapolis, Indiana
             "Recipe-a-Month Club" 
             (Veronica Morrissey)
     15    Correspondence reference to June 25, 1950
     16    1950 Jul 02, New Orleans, Louisiana
             "Century-Old Recipes" 
             (Mrs. John Minor Wisdom and Stella)
     17    Correspondence reference to July 2, 1950
     18    1950 Jul 09
             "Soup For Toscanini" 
             (Arturo Toscanini and Anna Saccomandi)
     19    Correspondence reference to July 9, 1950
     20    1950 Jul 16, Cohasset, Massachusetts
             "Lobster Party" 
             (H. O. and Francie Frye and Simeon Henderson)
     21    Correspondence reference to July 16, 1950
     22    1950 Jul 23, Sherburne, New York
             "Anniversary Dinner" 
             (Austin and Florence Carpenter)
     23    Correspondence reference to July 23, 1950
     24    1950 Jul 30, Cleveland, Ohio
             "Cleveland Clambake" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. William B. Belden)
     25    1950 Aug 06
             "Herbs, Herbs, Herbs"
     26    Correspondence reference to August 6, 1950
     27    1950 August 13
             (Pappy and Jimmie's Lobster Shack, "Pappy" L. C. Sammons and
             "Jimmie" J. G. Mounce) 
             [working notes only, article missing]
     28    Correspondence reference to August 13, 1950
     29    1950 Aug 20, Cincinnati, Ohio
             "Hobby Cook" 
             (Calvin Skinner)
     30    Correspondence reference to August 20, 1950
     31    1950 Aug 27, St. Simon Island, Georgia
             (Mrs. Fendig) 
             [working notes only, article missing]
     32    Correspondence reference to August 27, 1950
     
           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1950 Sep-Dec 
70   01    1950 Sep 03, Brown County, Indiana
             "Mountain Menu" (Jack Rogers)
     02    Correspondence reference to September 3, 1950
     03    1950 Sep 10, University of Kansas City, Missouri
             "Barbecue Roundup" 
             (Clarence and Mary Bell Decker, Clarence - President of university)
     04    Correspondence reference to September 10, 1950
     05    1950 Sep 17, Yemassee, South Carolina
             "Plantation Picnic" 
             (C. Wesley and Rosalind Frame)
     06    Correspondence reference to September 17, 1950
     07    1950 Sep 24, Plattsburg, Missouri
             "Chinese Curry Dinner" 
             (Mrs. Nellie Barber Hussey)
     08    Correspondence reference to September 24, 1950
     09    1950 Oct 01, Minneapolis, Minnesota
             "Come And Eat With Me" 
             (Mrs. Orren "Virginia" Stafford)
     10    Correspondence reference October 1, 1950
     11    1950 Oct 08, Phoenix, Arizona
             "Best Cook In Phoenix" 
             (Ben Projan)
     12    Correspondence reference October 8, 1950
     13    1950 Oct 15, Spokane County, Washington
             "Brownies And Coffee" 
             (Mrs. Jacob "Pauline" Rohwer)
     14    Correspondence reference October 15, 1950
     15    1950 Oct 22, Portland, Oregon
             "West Coast Waffles" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. Richard Favilles)
     16    Correspondence reference October 22, 1950
     17    1950 Oct 29, Hayden Lake, Idaho
             "Cinnamon Bowknots" 
             (Clark House on Hayden Lake and Mrs. Sager)
     18    Correspondence reference to October 29, 1950
     19    1950 Nov 05, Des Moines, Iowa
             "Touchdown Supper" 
             (Mrs. Frederick "Jean" Olmsted and daughter, Ellen Olmsted)
     20    Correspondence reference to November 5, 1950
     21    1950 Nov 12, Ventura, California
             "You'll Stay For Supper?" 
             (Mrs. Robert M. "Ellen" Sheridan)
     22    Correspondence reference to November 12, 1950
     23    1950 Nov 19, Indianapolis, Indiana
             "Pheasant And Sour Cream" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Drake)
     24    Correspondence reference to November 19, 1950
     25    1950 Nov 26, San Francisco, California
             "Vineyard Fiesta" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Benoist)
     26    Correspondence reference to November 26, 1950
     27    1950 Dec 03, Hollywood, California
             "Make It With Walnuts" 
             (Mrs. Carlyle "Maxine" Thorpe)
     28    Correspondence reference to December 3, 1950
     29    1950 Dec 10, Cincinnati, Ohio
             "Christmas Cookies" 
             (Mrs. Horace F. Tangeman)
     30    Correspondence reference to December 10, 1950
     31    1950 Dec 17, Tigard, Oregon
             "Christmas-Eve Supper" 
             (Mrs. Wesley C. "Nanna" Heise)
     32    Correspondence reference to December 17, 1950
     33-34   1950 Dec 24
             "Clementine Paddleford's Holiday Cheers"
             (Maude Schricker, Indiana; Dr. George Selleck, San Francisco,
             California; Alexander Bodnar, Mt, Hood, Oregon; Marie Derrick,
             Mecklenburg's Restaurant, Cincinnati, Ohio; Hanover Inn, Hanover,
             New Hampshire; John Minor Wisdom and Stella Brown, New Orleans,
             Louisiana; Leo Lindy, New York; Walter McIlhenny and Mary Dunn,
             Avery Island, Louisiana; Alfred Lunt; Lewis D. Bassett,
             Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Mary Bell Decker, Kansas City,
             Missouri; Mr. and Mrs. John Howard Benson and sons Tom, John and
             Richard, Newport, Rhode Island; Mrs. Mortimer Cook, Portland,
             Oregon; Art and Nell Palmer, Stillwater, Minnesota; Karen Carlson,
             Spokane, Washington; Joseph Leopoldo Milani, Los Angeles,
             California; Ruth Phillips, Raymond and Nick of T-Dart Ranch in the
             McDowell Mountains; Stew Stewart, Des Moines, Iowa; Sam Mullins,
             Seattle, Washington; Mrs. Burton Towne Jr., Lodi, California; Mr.
             and Mrs. Roy Boone, San Joaquin Valley, California; Mr. and Mrs.
             Hansel Hillyer, Savannah, Georgia; Princess Anna Schwarzenberg,
             Barnard, Vermont)   

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1951 Jan-Jun
71   01    1951 Jan 14, New Orleans, Louisiana
             "Molly Loves A Party" 
             (Molly Woodward)
     02    Correspondence reference to January 14, 1951
     03    1951 Jan 21, Hanover, New Hampshire
             "A Meal For The Men" 
             (Jeanette Gill, Dartmouth Outing Club)
     04    Correspondence reference to January 21, 1951
     05    1951 Jan 28, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
             "Sauerbraten And Dumplings" 
             (Charles Mader and Mader's Restuarant)
     06    Correspondence reference to January 28, 1951     
     07    1951 Feb 04, Hollister, California
             "Acres of Apricots" 
             (Lillian Johnson)
     08    Correspondence reference to February 4, 1951
     09    1951 Feb 11, Coeur d' Alene, Idaho
             (Elizabeth Norman, Sigvald Norman) 
             [working notes only, article missing]
     10    Correspondence reference to February 11, 1951
     11    1951 Feb 18, Savannah, Georgia
             (Hansell Hillyer) 
             [working notes only, article missing]
     12    Correspondence reference to February 18, 1951
     13    1951 Feb 25, Scottsdale, Arizona
             "Ranch-Style Eating" 
             (Ruth Phillips)
     14    Correspondence reference to February 25, 1951
     15    1951 Mar 04, Des Moines, Iowa
             "She Cooks to Please" 
             (Edith Davison)  
     16    Correspondence reference to March 4, 1951
     17    1951 Mar 11, Sea Island, Georgia
             "Sea Island Picnic" 
             (Ben McIntosh)
     18    Correspondence reference to March 11, 1951
     19    1951 Mar 18, South Woodstock, Vermont
             "Hyacinth House Favorites" 
             (Mildred M. Rutherford)
     20    Correspondence reference to March 18, 1951
     21    1951 Mar 25, Cleveland, Ohio
             "Late-Supper Snacks" 
             (Mary Watson)
     22    1951 Apr 01, Aloha, Oregon
             "Filbert Finery" 
             (Mrs. Rosa B. Connell)
     23    Correspondence reference to April 1, 1951
     24    1951 Apr 08, Los Angles, California
             "The Chef Gives a Dinner" 
             (Joseph Leopoldo)
     25    Correspondence reference to April 8, 1951
     26    1951 Apr 15, Palermo, California
             (Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Wentworth) 
             [working notes only, article missing]
     27    Correspondence reference to April 15, 1951
     28    1951 Apr 22, Barnard, Vermont
             "Vermont Rice Pudding" 
             (Mrs. J. Bennett)
     29    1951 Apr 29, Indianapolis, Indiana
             "Quick-as-a-Wink Dishes" 
             (Caroline O'Dell)
     30    Correspondence reference to April 29, 1951
     31    1951 May 06, Pawling, New York
             "Dinner with the Deweys" 
             (Frances Dewey)
     32    Correspondence reference to May 6, 1951
     33    1951 May 13, Seattle, Washington
             "Bang-Up Desserts" 
             (Mr. W. H. "Violet" Williams)
     34    Correspondence reference to May 13, 1951
     35-37 1951 May 20, Charleston, South Carolina
             (Mrs. C. Stuart Dawson, May Hutson, Sallie Carrington, Mrs. David
             A. Geer, Nancy Kollock, Mrs. Gustave Richards, Lizetta Wagener,
             Mrs. Lawrence A. Walker Jr., Phyllis Corson, Mrs. Howard Read,
             Adelaide Higgins, Mrs. Daniel E. Huger, Louise Chisolm, Mrs.
             William Popham, Louisa Stoney, Jennie Rose Porcher, Mrs. Thaddeus
             Street, Mary Leize Simons, Louis Y. Dawson Jr.)
             [working notes only, article missing, but galley proof included]
     38    Correspondence reference to May 20, 1951
     39    1951 May 27, Phoenix, Arizona
             "Dinner in the Jungle" 
             (Thelma and Lyle Oreck, Jimmie Oreck)
     40    Correspondence reference to May 27, 1951
     41    1951 June 03, Des Moines, Iowa
             "Grandma's Treat" 
             (Mrs. Robert M. Evans)
     42    Correspondence reference to June 3, 1951
     43    1951 Jun 10, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
             "What's Cooking At College?" 
             (Mrs. Mary McCue, Drexel Institute of Technology)
     44    Correspondence reference to June 10, 1951
     45    1951 Jun 17, Washington, D. C.
             "Cross-Country Cook" 
             (Mary E. Turner)
     46    Correspondence reference to June 17, 1951
     47    1951 Jun 24, Sacramento, California
             "Pear Party" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. George Volz)

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1951 Jul-Dec 
72   01    1951 Jul 08, Spokane, Washington
             "Fresh-Salmon Supper" 
             (Mrs. Davis Gaiser)
     02    1951 Jul 15, Barnard, Vermont
             "Artist In The Kitchen" 
             (Maxim Kopf and Dorothy Thompson)
     03    Correspondence reference to July 15, 1951
     04    1951 Jul 22, Metairie, Louisiana
             "Barbecued Spareribs" 
             (James Aldige Jr. and Anna Lee d'Aquin Aldige)
     05    Correspondence reference to July 22, 1951
     06    1951 Jul 29, Lodi, California
             "Flaming Tokay Pie" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. Burton A. Towne, Jr.)
     07    Correspondence reference to July 29, 1951
     08    1951 Aug 01, Kansas City, Missouri
             "Melting-Pot Cheese" 
             (Mrs. Clarence "Mary Bell" Decker)
     09    1951 Aug 05, San Francisco, California
             "Tempting Table" 
             (Mrs. Drew Chidester and Pedro)
     10    Correspondence reference to August 5, 1951
     11    1951 Aug 12, Washington, D.C.
             "Cooking For a Congressman" 
             (Mrs. Lawrence H. Smith)
     12    Correspondence reference to August 12, 1951
     13    1951 Aug 19, Seattle, Washington
             "Pear Soda" 
             (Mrs. Emma States)
     14    Correspondence reference to August 19, 1951
     15    1951 Aug 26, Beltsville, Maryland
             "Streamlined Spuds" 
             (Agriculture Research Center)
     16    Correspondence reference to August 26, 1951
     17    1951 Sep 02, Brunswick, Georgia
             (Mrs. James Drake "Dorothy" Compton) 
             [working notes only, article missing]
     18    Correspondence reference to September 2, 1951
     19    1951 Sep 09, La Canada, California
             "A New Line On Lemons" 
             (Mrs. Thomas F. "Jean" Knight Jr.)
     20    1951 Sep 16, San Francisco, California
             "Company For Dinner" 
             (Martha Schaefer)
     21    Correspondence reference to September 16, 1951
     22    1951 Sep 23, Bethel, Vermont
             "Viennese Pot Roast" 
             (Princess Anna Maria Schwarzenberg)
     23    Correspondence reference to September 30, 1951 
             [no article found]
     24    1951 Oct 07, Des Moines, Iowa
             "Flowers And Food" 
             (Fae Huttenlocher)
     25    1951 Oct 14, New Orleans, Louisiana
             "Mr. Posey's Party" 
             (Warren Posey)
     26    Correspondence reference to October 14, 1951
     27    1951 Oct 21, Spokane, Washington
             "Holiday Pie" 
             (Mrs. Charles A. "Anna Mae" Power)
     28    Correspondence reference to October 21, 1951
     29    1951 Oct 28, Delano, California
             "California Cook" 
             (Roy and Hazel Boone)
     30    Correspondence reference to October 28, 1951
     31    1951 Nov 04, Portland Oregon
             "Lunch With An Artist" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Cook)
     32    1951 Nov 11, Reading, Vermont
             "'Cook It Ahead'" 
             (Mrs. Josiah P. "Elinore J." Marvel)
     33    Correspondence reference to November 11, 1951
     34    1951 Nov 18, Seattle, Washington
             "Swedish Buffet" 
             (Mrs. K. Einar Carlson)
     35    Correspondence reference to November 18, 1951
     36    1951 Nov 25, North Hollywood, California
             "'Let's Have A Party'" 
             (T. Leeford "Hank" Givens)
     37    Correspondence reference to November 25, 1951
     38    1951 Dec 02, Chicago, Illinois
             "A Batch Of Doughnuts" 
             (Mrs. Harry Lippert and Charlotte Gosswiller)
     39    Correspondence reference to December 2, 1951
     40    1951 Dec 09, Mount Hood, Oregon
             "Christmas Pie" 
             (Chef Irvin Remmie at Timberline Lodge)
     41    Correspondence reference to December 9, 1951
     42    1951 Dec 16, Spokane, Washington
             "Coffee and Spritz" 
             (Eric and Karen Carlson)
     43    Correspondence reference to December 16, 1951
     44    1951 Dec 23
             "Clementine Paddleford Picks America's Favorite Recipes"
             (Harriet Worrell, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Mrs. Horace F.
             Tangeman, Cincinnati, Ohio; Mader's Restaurant, Milwaukee,
             Wisconsin; Pappy's, Memphis, Tennessee; Palace Hotel, San
             Francisco, California; Outing Club, Dartmouth College, Hanover,
             New Hampshire; Edith B. Crumb, Dearborn, Michigan; Mrs. Douglas
             McKay, Oregon)
     45    1951 Dec 30, Paris, France
             "Secrets Of French Cooking" 
             (Daniel Xavier Barcet, Renaud Dolfis, Chef Louis Barthe, Air
             France's Chef Marcel Chemery, Jean Subrenat, and Roger Topolinski)
     46    Correspondence reference to December 30, 1951

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1952 Jan-Jun
73   01    1952 Jan 06, Chicago, Illinois
             "Glamour Dishes" 
             (Pump Room in the Hotel Ambassador East)
     02    Correspondence reference to January 6, 1952
     03    1952 Jan 13, San Francisco, California
             "Party on Telegraph Hill" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith-Willd)
     04    Correspondence reference to January 13, 1952
     05    1952 Jan 20, Norwalk, Connecticut
              (W. Ty "Shorty" Long) 
             [article missing]
     06    Correspondence reference to January 20, 1952
     07    1952 Jan 27, New Orleans, Louisiana 
             "Dishes of the Deep South" 
             (Mrs. Hamilton Polk Jones, Natalie Scott and Minnie Williams)
     08    1952 Feb 03, Brunswick, Georgia
             (Mrs. Maud E. Boyd, Mrs. Paul Norton, and Mrs. Irving Harned) 
             [article missing]
     09    Correspondence reference to February 3, 1952
     10    1952 Feb 10, Des Moines, Iowa
             "Cross-Section Cook" 
             (Mrs. Paul Stark)
     11    Correspondence reference to February 10, 1952
     12    1952 Feb 17, Monfort l'Amaury, France (outside of Paris, France)
             "French Feast" 
             (Louis and Maggie Vaudable of Maxim's, Mrs. Jeanne Owen, Maurice Carrere)
     13    1952 Feb 24, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
             "Club-Kitchen Secrets" 
             (Mr. George Ramsey of the Philadelphia Club)
     14    Correspondence reference to February 24, 1952
     15    1952 Mar 02, Connersville, Indiana
             "The First Butterscotch Pie" 
             (Bill and Goldie Wheeler)
     16    Correspondence reference to March 2, 1952
     17    1952 Mar 09, Rome, Italy
             (Alfred Di Lelio and family (Ines, Amelia, Elda, Armando) and
             Peter Di Napoli) 
             [galley proof, article missing]
     18    1952 Mar 16, Pacific, Missouri
             "Ozark Candy" 
             (C.R. "Chick" Sally)
     19    Correspondence reference to March 16, 1952
     20    1952 Mar 23, Cincinnati, Ohio
             "Cooking With Wine" 
             (Dr. George M. and Mary Lapsley Guest)
     21    Correspondence reference to March 23, 1952
     22    1952 Mar 30, Liberty, Missouri
             "President's Party" 
             (Dr. and Mrs. Walter Pope Binns)
     23    Correspondence reference to March 30, 1952
     24    1952 Apr 06, Cleveland, Ohio
             "Sauerkraut Balls" 
             (Max Gruber, Sr., Max Gruber, Jr., and Roman Gruber)
     25    Correspondence reference to April 6, 1952
     26    1952 Apr 13, Cincinnati, Ohio
             "Caesar Salad" 
             (Andre Ballestra)
     27    Correspondence reference to April 13, 1952
     28    1952 Apr 20, Manhattan, Kansas
             "Recipe For Anything" 
             (Professor Robert and Darlene Conover, Elizabeth Conover, Bob
             Conover, Judge V. H. and Minnie Grinstead)
     29    Correspondence reference to April 20, 1952
     30    1952 Apr 27, Miami, Florida
             "Florida Fritters" 
             (Mrs. Mario Martinez)
     31    Correspondence reference to April 27, 1952
     32    1952 May 04, Indianapolis, Indiana
             "Race King's Recipes" 
             (Wilbur Shaw)
     33    Correspondence reference to May 4, 1952
     34    1952 May 11, St. Louis, Missouri
             "Italian Supper" 
             (Frank Viviano family)
     35    1952 May 18, Mineral Point, Wisconsin
             "They Melt in Your Mouth" 
             (Robert Neal)
     36    Correspondence reference to May 18, 1952
     37    1952 May 25, Cleveland, Ohio
             "Old-Time German Cakes" 
             (Mrs. Arthur Zwierlein)
     38    Correspondence reference to May 25, 1952
     39    1952 Jun 01, Ashland Bottoms, Kansas
             "Chili Party" 
             (Mrs. Orville Burtis)
     40    1952 Jun 08, Jacksonville, Florida
             "Teatime in Jacksonville" 
             (Mrs. Marian Adams Mitchell)
     41    Correspondence reference to June 8, 1952
     42    1952 Jun 15, St. Petersburg, Florida
             (Mrs. Eleanor O'Shea)  
             [printed article missing]
     43    Correspondence reference to June 15, 1952
     44    1952 Jun 22, Canajoharie, New York
             (Gladys James) 
             [article missing]
     45    Correspondence reference to June 22, 1952
     46    1952 Jun 29, Cincinnati, Ohio
             "Cooking with Herbs" 
             (Mrs. Harold F. Downing)
     47    Correspondence reference to June 29, 1952

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1952 Jul-Oct
74   01    1952, Jul 06, Key West, Florida
             "Salad Specialists" 
             (Betty and Burt Garnett)
     02    Correspondence reference to July 6, 1952
     03    1952 Jul 13, Seattle, Washington
             "Indian Salmon Bake" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mullin)
     04    1952 Jul 20, Des Moines, Iowa
             "Iowa Corn Roast" 
             (Carl "Stew" and Wilma "Phil" Stewart)
     05    1952 Jul 27, Winter Haven, Florida
             (Mrs. Thomas Swann) 
             [galley proofs, article missing]
     06    Correspondence reference to July 27, 1952
     07    1952 Aug 03, Rockland, Maine
             "Maine Lobster Dinner" 
             (John and Mildred Richardson and Walter Stanley)
     08    Correspondence reference to August 3, 1952
     09    1952 Aug 10, Jacksonville, Florida
             (Mrs. Carl W. Swisher) 
             [article missing]
     10    Correspondence reference to August 10, 1952
     11    1952 Aug 17, Palatine Bridge, New York
             "Pickle Put-ups" 
             (Mrs. Ada Nellis)
     12    Correspondence reference to August 17, 1952
     13-16 1952 Aug 24, Tabernacle Camp Ground, Tennessee
             "Eatin' Time at Tabernacle" 
             (Taylor family, Dick, Lib, and Zaidee)
     17    Correspondence reference to August 24, 1952
     18    1952 Sep 07, Boston, Massachusetts
             "Symphony Supper" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel T. Worthen)
     19    Correspondence reference to September 7, 1952
     20    1952 Sep 21, Lawrence, Kansas
             "Black-Walnut Cake" 
             (Mrs. John Ise)
     21    Correspondence reference to September 21, 1952
     22    1952 Sep 28, Monroe, Wisconsin
             "Dinner in Little Switzerland" 
             (Mrs. Elsie Gerber)
     23    Correspondence reference to September 28, 1952
     24    1952 Oct 5, Durham, New Hampshire
             "Baked Beans Tonight!" 
             (Ella Shannon Bowles)
     25    Correspondence reference to October 5, 1952
     26    1952 Oct 12, Indianapolis, Indiana
             "Pumpkin Pie" 
             (Elizabeth Adams and Evelyn Mohr, dietitians, Hawthorn Room)
     27    Correspondence reference to October 12, 1952
     28    1952 Oct 12
             "Quick Cheese Cake" 
     29    Correspondence reference to October 12, 1952
     30    1952 Oct 19, North Miami, Florida
             "The Spanish Touch" 
             (Mrs. Harry C. Best)
     31    Correspondence reference to October 19, 1952
     32    1952 Oct 19
             "Bull's-eye Hamburgers"
     33    Correspondence reference to October 19, 1952
     34    1952 Oct 26, New Glarus, Wisconsin
             "Switzerland, U.S.A." 
             (Frank Elda Schiesser)
     35    Correspondence reference to October 26, 1952
     36    1952 Oct 26
             "Halloween Treat"
     37    Correspondence reference to October 26, 1952

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1952 Nov-Dec
75   01    1952 Nov 02, Bronxville, New York
             "125 for Dinner" 
             (H. C. Pierce, J. C. Plumb, Women's Organization of the West 
             Center Congregational Church)
     02    1952 Nov 02
             "Lazy Casseroles"
     03    1952 Nov 09, Lexington, Massachusetts
             "Pie for Thanksgiving" 
             (Miss Susan L. Ball)
     04    Correspondence reference to November 9, 1952
     05    1952 Nov 14
             Galley proofs for various recipes
             (Mrs. Marjorie S. Wells, Hampton Falls, NH; Mrs. Florence
             Richards, Hartford, IA; Mrs. N. H. Sullivan, Burlington, VT; Mrs.
             H. A. Mills, Little Falls, NY; Adelaide Eastley of the Eastley
             Ranch, Escondido, CA; Mrs. E. P. Stapp, Cupertino, CA; Katherine
             Megibben, Coral Gables, FL; Mrs. William J. Kernaghan, New
             Orleans, LA; Mrs. Granville E. Beitzell, Brooklyn, NY; Mrs. Ralph
             B. Campbell, South Arlington, VA)
     06    1952 Nov 16, Tampa, Florida
             "Eating Spanish" 
             (Mrs. Eliot Fletcher)
     07    Correspondence reference to November 16, 1952
     08    1952 Nov 23, Abilene, Kansas
             "Kansas Cookies" 
             (Mrs. Robert Gemmill or Nina May Gemmill)
     09    Correspondence reference to November 23, 1952
     10    1952 Nov 30, Bowdoinham, Maine
             "Children At Work" 
             (Priscilla Alden Wood Berry and Ledlie Berry family)
     11    1952 Dec 07, San Juan, Puerto Rico
             "Luncheon in the Governor's Palace" 
             (Mrs. Luis Munoz-Marin or Ines)
     12    1952 Dec 14, Kansas City, Missouri
             "Treats of the Season" 
             (Nell Snead and Eddie Davis)
     13-14 Correspondence reference December 14, 1952
     15-19 1952 Dec 21
             "1952 Recipe Roundup" 
             (Adelaide Eastley, Mrs. William J. Kernaghan, Mrs. Florence
             Richards, Mrs. E.P. Stapp, Mrs. N. M. Sullivan, Mrs. H.A. Mills,
             Mrs. Marjorie S. Wells)
     20-21 Correspondence reference December 21, 1952
     22    1952 Dec
             Recipe Roundup stories-general

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1953 Jan-Jun 
76   01    1953 Jan 04, Jacksonville, Florida
             "Coffee Party" 
             (Mrs. Lawrence Adams)
     02    Correspondence reference to January 4, 1953
     03    1953 Jan 11, Salinas, Puerto Rico
             "Caribbean Cookery" 
             (Eladia Correa)
     04    1953 Jan 18, Key West, Florida
             (Mrs. Annette Otto)
     05    1953 Jan 25, North Miami, Florida
             "Florida Favorites" 
             (Mrs. L. K. McCormick)
     06    Correspondence reference to January 25, 1953
     07    1953 Feb 01, New York, New York
             "Food with a Flair" 
             (Mrs. James G. Heller)
     08    Correspondence reference to February 1, 1953
     09    1953 Feb 08, Pennsylvania Dutch Country     
             "Pennsylvania Dutch Doughnuts"
     10    Correspondence reference to February 8, 1953
     11    1953 Feb 15, Des Moines, Iowa
             "Quick Tricks" 
             (Myrna Johnston)
     12    Correspondence reference to February 15, 1953
     13    1953 Feb 22, Key West, Florida
             "Key West Coconut Cake" 
             (Miss Etta Patterson)
     14    Correspondence reference to February 22, 1953
     15    1953 Mar 01, Lawrence, Kansas
             "Visit with Kate" 
             (Mrs. Kate Shoemaker)
     16    Correspondence reference to March 1, 1953
     17    1953 Mar 08, St. Louis, Missouri
             "Fried Fish Dinner" 
             (Myrtle Edmonds)
     18    Correspondence reference to March 8, 1953
     19    1953 Mar 15, Long Beach, California
             "Mexican Meal" 
             (Olive McDuffee)
     20    Correspondence reference to March 15, 1953
     21    1953 Mar 22, Berkeley, California
             "Barbecued Spareribs" 
             (Mrs. Marion Riedel)
     22    Correspondence reference to March 22, 1953
     23    1953 Mar 29, Salt Lake City, Utah
             "Dinner with the Bensons" 
             (Erza Taft and Flora Benson and family)
     24    1953 Apr 05, Dallas, Texas
             "Seven Men and a Dish" 
             (Pierre Fontaine)
     25    Correspondence reference to April 5, 1953
     26    1953 Apr 12, San Antonio, Texas
             "Supper After the Concert" 
             (Mrs. Edgar Tobin)
     27    Correspondence reference to April 12, 1953
     28    1953 Apr 19, Scottsdale, Arizona
             "Round-the-World Eating" 
             (Mrs. Harold Holcomb)
     29    Correspondence reference to April 19, 1953
     30    1953 Apr 26, Indianapolis, Indiana
             "Homespun Recipes" 
             (Marian Schleicher)
     31    Correspondence reference to April 26, 1953
     32    1953 May 03
             "Flaming Peach Pie"
     33    Correspondence reference to May 3, 1953
     34    1953 May 10, Salt Lake City, Utah
             "Dinner at Mom's" 
             (Mrs. Thomas W. Jensen)
     35    Correspondence reference to May 10, 1953
     36    1953 May 17
             "Chili Pancakes"
     37    Correspondence reference to May 17, 1953
     38    1953 May 24, San Antonio, Texas
             "Texas Bean Dip" 
             (Mrs. Hattie Lewellyn, Arthur and Bobbie Coleman)
     39    1953 May 31, London, England
             "Cooking for the Queen" 
             (Mrs. William Dunster, Mrs. Edward Baliol-Scott, Chef ?)
     40    Correspondence reference to May 31, 1953     
     41    1953 Jun 07, London, England
             "Banquet For Elizabeth" 
             (Queen Elizabeth II, Lindsay R. Ring, Arthur Edwards)
     42    Correspondence reference to June 7, 1953
     43    1953 Jun 14, Los Angeles, California
             "Orange Alaska" 
             (Sunkist Growers)
     44    Correspondence reference to June 14, 1953
     45    1953 Jun 21
             "Treat from Three States" 
             (Sally Lunn, Kentucky; Mrs. J. E. Frank, Salt Lake City, Utah;
             Mrs. Ralph B. Campbell, South Arlington, Virginia)
     46    1953 Jun 28
             "Tangy Lime Meringues" 
             (From Clementine's Kitchen) 

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1953 Jul-Dec 
77   01    1953 Jul 05, Boston, Massachusetts
             "Menu From A Bride" 
             (Nancyann Woodward aka Mrs. Richard Harris Graham)
     02    Correspondence reference to July 5, 1953
     03    1953 Jul 12, Key West, Florida
             "Florida Fish Chowder" 
             (Caroline Lowe House, Trade Winds Restaurant)
     04    1953 Jul 19
             "Ice-Cream Flower" 
             (From Clementine's Kitchen)
     05    1953 Jul 26, Phoenix, Arizona
             (Mark and Janet Gruber, El Chorro Lodge) 
             [printed article missing, notes only]
     06    Correspondence reference to July 26, 1953
     07    1953 Aug 02,  From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Fruit Soup!" 
             (Winifred Saunders, General Foods)
     08    Correspondence reference to August 2, 1953
     09    1953 Aug 09, Fort Worth, Texas
             "Pickle Put-Ups" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Kennady)
     10    Correspondence reference to August 9, 1953
     11    1953 Aug 16, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Two-Tone Pie" 
             (Kay Ringe, McCann Erickson, Inc.)
     12    Correspondence reference to August 16, 1953
     13    1953 Aug 23, Phoenix, Arizona
             "Mexican Meal" 
             (Mrs. Elma Van Zandt, Pancho's Patio)
     14    Correspondence reference to August 23, 1953
     15    1953 Aug 30, Ybor City, Florida
             (Columbia Restaurant) 
             [article missing, notes only]
     16    Correspondence reference to August 30, 1953
     17    1953 Sep 06, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Pineapple Relishes" 
             (J. Walter Thompson, Helen Ridley)
     18    Correspondence reference to September 06, 1953
     19    1953 Sep 13, Brunswick, Maine
             "Lobster Stew" 
             (Dr. Robert P. Tristram)
     20    Correspondence reference to September 13, 1953
     21    1953 Sep 20, From Clementines Kitchen
             "Chili-Spiked Soup" 
             (Syril Ivler of Bernard Lewis, Empire State Building, NY)
     22    1953 Sep 27, Toa Alta, Puerto Rico
             "Tropical Treats" 
             (Matilde Curet de Lopez del Valle)
     23    1953 Oct 04, From Clementine's Kitchen (Hanson, Massachusetts)
             "Breakfast Surprise Cake" 
             (Janet Taylor, National Cranberry association)
     24    Correspondence reference to October 4, 1953
     25    1953 Oct 11, Minneapolis, Minnesota
             (Terrance Hanold) 
             [article missing, notes only]
     26    Correspondence reference to October 11, 1953
     27    1953 Oct 18, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Black-Bottom Pie" 
     28    Correspondence reference to October 18, 1953
     29    1953 Oct 25, Alhambra, California
             "Work Party" 
             (Everett Donald Steel)
     30    Correspondence reference to October 25, 1953
     31    1953 Nov 01, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Chafing-Dish Charmer" 
             (Mary Noonan)
     32    1953 Nov 08, Phoenix, Arizona
             (Mrs. J. V. Guerin)
     33    Correspondence reference to November 8, 1953
     34    1953 Nov 15, Jacksonville, Florida
             "Holiday Fruitcake" 
             (Mrs. T. G. Hucks)
     35    Correspondence reference to November 15, 1953
     36    1953 Nov 22, From Clementine's Kitchen, New York
             "Christmas Tree Relish" 
             (Martha Tupper)
     37    Correspondence reference to November 22, 1953
     38    1953 Nov 29, Salt Lake City, Utah
             "Family Feast" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. Cleo D. Wright)
     39    Correspondence reference to November 29, 1953
     40    1953 Dec 06, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Seafood Chowder" 
             (Joan Miller)
     41    Correspondence reference to December 6, 1953
     42    1953 Dec 13, Charter Oak, California
             (Mrs. Stuart A. Coulter) 
             [article missing, notes only]
     43    Correspondence reference to December 13, 1953
     44-45 1953 Dec 20
             "1953 Recipe Roundup" 
             (Barbara E. Smith, Phoenix, Arizona; Mrs. Michael A. Fath, Burton,
             Ohio; Juliette H. Miller; Lucille Branda, Rowayton, Connecticut;
             Mrs. Ralph M. Brooks, Glendora, California)
     46    Correspondence reference to December 20, 1953
     47    1953 Dec 27, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Supper Sandwich" 
             (Marye Dahnke, Kraft Foods Company)
     48    Correspondence reference to December 27, 1953

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1954 Jan-Jun 
78   01    1954 Jan 03, Berkeley, California
             (Mrs. Edward V. Brewer and Mrs. Harold Holcomb, Scottsdale, Arizona) 
             [article missing, notes only]
     02    Correspondence reference to January 3, 1954
     03    1954 Jan 10, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Yamburgers" 
             (Gloria Marshall, Theodore R. Sills Company)
     04    Correspondence reference to January 10, 1954
     05    1954 Jan 17, San Antonio, Texas
             "Dinner In The Old West" 
             (Sally Frampton Bourn, Menger's Hotel)
     06    Correspondence reference to January 17, 1954
     07    1954 Jan 24, Detroit, Michigan
             "Mrs. Ford's Model Teas" 
             (Clara Bryant Ford - information provided by Josephine Gray)
     08    Correspondence reference to January 24, 1954
     09    1954 Jan 31, Garland, Texas
             "Farm Favorites" 
             (Irene McClelland, Mrs. W. H. Caldwell, Mrs. O. M. Roland, Mrs.
             Grady Strain)
     10    Correspondence reference to January 31, 1954
     11    1954 Feb 07, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Valentine Pie" 
             (Mrs. Margaret M. L. Petsch, McCann-Erickson Company, San
             Francisco, California)   
     12    Correspondence reference to February 7, 1954
     13    1954 Feb 14, Simsbury, Connecticut
             "Pink Dinner" 
             (Mr. J. Kell Brandon and Mrs. Dorothea Helt Brandon)
     14    Correspondence reference to February 14, 1954
     15    1954 Feb 21, New York, New York
             "Grapefruit Dip" 
             (Syril Ivler, Bernard Lewis, Inc.)
     16    Correspondence reference to February 21, 1954
     17    1954 Feb 28, Miami, Florida
             "Trailer City Cook" 
             (Frederick J. and Selma Bird, Mrs. James Raferty, Mr. and Mrs.
             George Haydu)
     18    Correspondence reference to February 28, 1954
     19    1954 Mar 07, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Supper on a Stick" 
     20    Correspondence reference to March 07, 1954
     21    1954 Mar 14, Winchester, Virginia 
             "Miss Sue's Apple Pie" 
             (Miss Sue Tokes)
     22    Correspondence reference to March 14, 1954
     23    1954 Mar 21, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Garden-Patch Casserole" 
     24    Correspondence reference for March 21, 1954
     25    1954 Mar 28, Phoenix, Arizona
             "Dinner in the Desert" 
             (Jack Stewart, Mrs. Anna Bryan)
     26    Correspondence reference for March 28, 1954
     27    1954 Apr 04, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Easter-Morning Breakfast" 
             (Harry Fawcett)
     28    Correspondence reference for April 4, 1954
     29    1954 Apr 11, Wales, Wisconsin
             "Country Cooking" 
             (Edward Harris Heth)
     30    Correspondence reference for April 11, 1954
     31    1954 Apr 18, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Oranges Jubilee" 
     32    Correspondence reference for April 18, 1954
     33    1954 Apr 25, Bandera, Texas
             "Cowboy Cooks" 
             (Jack Lapham, Vincent Anderwald, Axel Carlsen, )
     34    Correspondence reference for April 25, 1954
     35    1954 May 02, Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts 
             (Mrs. Diggory Venn) 
             [article missing, notes only]
     36    Correspondence reference for May 2, 1954
     37    1954 May 09, Pass Christian, Mississippi
             "Tea Time in the South" 
             (Melanie De Ben)
     38    Correspondence reference to May 9, 1954
     39    1954 May 16, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Cooky Baskets" 
     40    Correspondence reference to May 16, 1954
     41    1954 May 23, Salt Lake City, Utah
             (Miss Nancy Finch)
     42    Correspondence reference to May 23, 1954
     43    1954 May 30, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Birthday Cake in a Hurry" 
     44    Correspondence reference to May 30, 1954
     45    1954 Jun 06, Los Angles, California
             (Mrs. Ana Begue de Packman) 
             [article missing, notes only]
     46    Correspondence reference to June 6, 1954
     47    1954 Jun 13, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "New Sauce for Fish" (Dorothy L. McCann)
     48    Correspondence reference to June 13, 1954
     49    1954 Jun 20, Greenville, Mississippi
             "The Town's Happy Hostess" 
             (Mrs. Phil Mayhall)
     50    Correspondence reference to June 20, 1954
     51    1954 Jun 27, From Clementine's Kitchen 
             "No Bake Cheese Cake..."

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1954 Jul-Dec 
79   01    1954 Jul 11, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Chicken Flip Pie" 
     02    Correspondence reference to July 11, 1954
     03    1954 Jul 18, Medina, Texas
             "Ranch Recipes" 
             (Col. George and Della Sears)
     04    Correspondence reference to July 18, 1954
     05    1954 Jul 25, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Neapolitan Sandwiches" 
     06    Correspondence reference to July 25, 1954
     07    1954 Aug 01, Glendora, California
             "Dinner-Pioneer Style" 
             (Mrs. Dorothea Dalton)
     08    Correspondence reference to August 1, 1954
     09    1954 Aug 08, La Lima, Honduras
             "Fruit Smash" 
             (Mrs. Herbert Miles Harrison)
     10    Correspondence reference to August 8. 1954
     11    1954 Aug 15, Salt Lake City, Utah
             "Potluck Supper" 
             (Highland View Ward Choir of the East Mill Creek Stake of the
             Mormon Church)
     12    Correspondence reference to August 15, 1954
     13    1954 Aug 22, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Merry-Go-Round Sandwiches..." 
             (mention's Trader Vic's in San Francisco, California)
     14    Correspondence reference to August 22, 1954
     15    1954 Aug 29, Jacksonville, Florida
             "How to Liven Fish" 
             (Mrs. Charles Cook Howell Jr.)
     16    Correspondence reference to August 29, 1954
     17    1954 Sep 12, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Hurry-Up Marble Cake" 
     18    Correspondence reference to September 12, 1954
     19    1954 Sep 19, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Fruit with Fish" 
     20    Correspondence reference to September 19, 1954
     21    1954, Sep 26, Washington, D.C.
             (Dr. William M. Mann) 
             [article missing, notes only]
     22    Correspondence reference to September 26, 1954
     23    1954 Oct 03, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Homemade Tortoni" 
     24    1954 Oct 10, White Plains, New York
             "Bang-Up Party Dishes" 
             (Mrs. Curt Schaefer)
     25    Correspondence reference to October 10, 1954
     26    1954 Oct 13, From Clementine's Kitchen
             "Pumpkin Cookies" 
     27    Correspondence reference to October 13, 1954
     28    1954 Oct 17, Washington, D.C.
             "Glamour Beans" 
             (Mrs. Florence Mahoney)
     29    Correspondence reference to October 17, 1954
     30    1954 Oct 24, Hattiesburg, Mississippi
             "Good-Neighbor Cook" 
             (Emma Ray Smith aka Mrs. Howard S. Williams)
     31    Correspondence reference to October 24, 1954
     32    1954 Nov 07, Carmel, California
             "The General Loves to Cook" 
             (Brigadier General Frank Dorn), 
     33    Correspondence reference to November 7, 1954
     34    1954 Nov 14, Los Angeles, California
             "Rabbit with Oranges" 
             (Gertrude Austin)
     35    Correspondence reference to November 14, 1954
     36    1954 Nov 21, San Francisco, California
             "Dinner at Trader Vic's" 
             (Trader Vic)
     37    Correspondence reference to November 21, 1954
     38    1954 Nov 28, Louisville, Kentucky
             "Party Pudding" 
             (Mary McMeekin)
     39    Correspondence reference to November 28, 1954
     40    1954 Dec 05, Yakima, Washington
             "Pear Party" 
             (Mrs. Alva Strausz, Mrs. Fred Westberg)
     41    1954 Dec 12, Evanston, Illinois
             "Cookie Kids" 
             (Mrs. Rebecca D. Travis)
     42    Correspondence reference to December 12, 1954
     43    1954 Dec 19
             "1954 Recipe Roundup" 
             (George Stickney, Fredericksburg, VA; Mrs. John A. Becker, Monroe,
             Wisconsin; Mrs. Arnold Nonnenberg, Metuchen, NJ; "Persimmon
             Festival, Mitchell, Indiana; Christine Graham, Holtville,
             California; and R. A. Durishin, Columbus, Georgia)
     44    Correspondence reference to December 19, 1954

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1955 Jan-Jun 
80   01    1955 Jan 09, Ketchikan, Alaska
             (Mr. Phil Kerr) 
             [article missing, notes only]
     02    Correspondence reference to January 9, 1955
     03    1955 Jan 16
             "Pineapple Marmalade" 
     04    Correspondence reference to January 16, 1955
     05    1955 Jan 23, Jackson Heights, Long Island, New York
             "The Lowly Leek" 
             (Leopold and Blanchette Arnaud)
     06    1955 Jan 30, Baltimore, Maryland
             (Mr. Sidney Friedman) 
             [article missing, notes only]
     07    Correspondence reference to January 30, 1955
     08    1955 Feb 06, Piedmont, California 
             "Party-Plate Vegetables" 
             (Mrs. Richard S. Wright)
     09    Correspondence reference to February 06, 1955
     10    1955 Feb 13
             "15 Minutes Casseroles"
     11    Correspondence reference to February 13, 1955
     12    1955 Feb 20, Dallas, Texas
             "Friends for Dinner" 
			 (Nell Morris)
     13    Correspondence reference to February 20, 1955
     14    1955 Feb 27, 
             "Western Chicken" 
     15    Correspondence reference to February 27, 1955
     16    1955 Mar 06, 1955, Tigard, Oregon
             "Purple-Plum Desserts" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. S. Elton Lasselle and daughter Kathleen)
     17    Correspondence reference to March 6, 1955
     18    1955 Mar 13, 
             "Waffers and Cinnamon Sticks" 
     19    Correspondence reference to March 13, 1955
     20    1955 Mar 20, Chevy Chase, Maryland
             "Cooking Team" 
             (James R. and June Dunlop)
     21    1955 Mar 27, 
             "Easter Bunny Cake"
     22    Correspondence reference to March 27, 1955
     23    1955 Apr 03, Seattle, Washington
             "Jo's Baked Beans" 
             (Robert W. and Jo Phelps and Mrs. Lulu Short)
     24    Correspondence reference to April 3, 1955
     25    1955 Apr 10, 
             "Pickle You Easter Eggs"
     26    Correspondence reference to April 10, 1955
     27    1955 Apr 17, New Orleans, Louisiana
             "Plantation Dinner" 
             (Raymond A. Mullen)
     28    Correspondence reference to April 17, 1955
     29    1955 Apr 24, Liberal, Kansas
             "Pancake Town" 
             (Mrs. Binnie Dick, Mrs. Osa Nichols, Peggy Tacha)
     30    Correspondence reference to April 24, 1955
     31    1955 May 01, Dallas, Texas
             "Mama's Pilaf" 
             (Mrs. A.L. DeGuire and Mrs. Henry H. Stanton)
     32    Correspondence reference to May 1, 1955
     33-35   1955 May 08, Avery Island, Louisiana
             "Creole and Cajun Cookery" 
             (Mr. Walter McIlhenny, Rosemary McIlhenny Osborn (Mrs. Harold
             Obsorn), Levi and Mary Dunn, Mrs. William Matthews, Hazel Whitith,
             Etie Trahan, Fernand Dubois, and Joseph Dubois)
     36    Correspondence reference to May 8, 1955
     37    1955 May 15
             "Cheese in Bloom"
     38    Correspondence reference to May 15, 1955
     39    1955 May 22, Ward's Cove, Alaska
             "Alaska Crab Feast" 
             (The Brindle Brothers- Winn, Harold, Donald and Joe, Royland
             Ryder-Smith)
     40    Correspondence reference to May 22, 1955
     41    1955 May 29, 
             "Peaches and Cream"
     42    Correspondence reference to May 29, 1955
     43    1955 Jun 05, Tallahassee, Florida
             "Governor's Punch" 
             (Leroy and Mary Call Collins)
     44    Correspondence reference to June 5, 1955
     45    1955 Jun 12, 
             "Cool... Summer Soups"
     46    Correspondence reference to June 12, 1955
     47    1955 Jun 19
             "Easy Icing"
     48    Correspondence reference to June 19, 1955
     49    1955 Jun 26, Guyman, Oklahoma
             (Mrs. Henry Hitch, James Kerrick Hitch) 
             [printed article missing, notes only]
     50    Correspondence reference to June 26, 1955

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1955 Jul-Dec  
81   01    1955 Jul 10, Chautauqua, New York
             "Bishop's Bread" 
             (Mrs. Robinson)
     02    Correspondence reference to July 10, 1955
     03    1955 Jul 17, Winter Haven, Florida
             "Florida Barbecue" 
             (John Sr. and John Jr. Snively and Tom Sr. and Tom Jr. Snively)
             [article missing, have galley proof]
     04    Correspondence reference to July 17, 1955
     05    1955 July 24, Lake Charles, Louisiana
             "Melonade" 
             (Rosa Hart, cook Rachel)
     06    1955 Jul 31, Greenville, Mississippi
             "Bachelor Cook" 
             (Mr. Clyde Pickens)
     07    Correspondence reference to July 31, 1955
     08    1955 Aug 07, Red Hook, New York
             "Pickled Watermelon" 
             (Harry and Ella McGibbon)
     09    Correspondence reference to August 07, 1955)
     10    1955 Aug 14, Liberal, Kansas
             "Recipes for Young Wives" 
             (Mrs. Milton Blakemore)
     11    Correspondence reference to August 14, 1955
     12    1955 Aug 21, New York, New York
             "Smart Salads" 
             (Mrs. Pearl Byrd Foster)
     13    Correspondence reference to August 21, 1955
     14    1955 Aug 28, Cleveland, Ohio
             "The Mayor's Ravioli" 
             (Mrs. Anthony J. Celebrezze)
     15    Correspondence reference to August 28, 1955
     16    1955 Sep 11, Forest Park, Illinois
             "Down-to-Earth Cook" 
             (Mrs. Ray Campbell or Thora Hestad, and Martha Logan or Mrs. Beth
             Baily McLean)
     17    Correspondence reference to September 11, 1955
     18    1955 Sep 18, New York, New York
             "Million-Dollar Lobster" 
             (Yves Louis Ploneis)
     19    1955 Sep 25, White Springs, Florida
             "Supper on the Suwannee" 
             (W. A. and Lillian Saunders)
     20    Correspondence reference to September 25, 1955
     21    1955 Oct 02
             "Indoor-Barbecued Chicken"
     22    Correspondence reference to October 2, 1955
     23    1955 Oct 09, Chatham, Massachusetts
             "Cape Cod's New Clam Pie" 
             (Mrs. Charles T. Russell Jr.)
     24    Correspondence reference to October 9, 1955
     25    1955 Oct 16
             "Tart with a Tang" 
     26    1955 Oct 23, Honduras, Cental America
             "Luncheon in Honduras" 
             (Dr. Wilson Popenoe)
     27    Correspondence reference to October 23, 1955
     28    1955 Oct 30, Astoria, Oregon
             "Salmon Derby Dishes" 
             (Charles and Catherine Laughton)
     29    Correspondence reference to October 30, 1955
     30    1955 Nov 06, Hungerford, Pennsylvania
             "Schnitz Pie" 
             (Mrs. William Free)
     31    Correspondence reference to November 6, 1955
     32    1955 Nov 13
             "Pumpkin Pudding"
     33    Correspondence reference to November 13, 1955
     34    1955 Nov 20, Manhattan, Kansas
             "In a Kansas Kitchen" 
             (Mrs. W. Richard Kendall)
     35    Correspondence reference to November 20, 1955
     36    1955 Nov 27, Chicago, Illinois
             "Make Your Christmas Cookies Early" 
             (Norvin and Adale Vaughan)
     37    Correspondence reference to November 27, 1955
     38    1955 Dec 04
             "Victorian Christmas Pudding"
     39    Correspondence reference to December 4, 1955
     40    1955 Dec 11, James City County, Virginia
             "Recipes From Colonial Days" 
             (Archibald and Mary "Molly" Dunlap McCrea)
     41    1955 Dec 18
             "Ball of Cheese" 
     42    Correspondence reference to December 18, 1955
     43    1955 Dec 25, Williamsburg, Virginia
             "Christmas in Old Williamsburg" 
             (Mrs. Louise Fisher)
     44    Correspondence reference to December 25, 1955
     
           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1956 Jan-Apr 
82   01    1956 Jan
             "Westward Ho!"
             This is a Memo from Clementine Paddleford to William I. Nichols,
             Stewart Beach, Dick Dodson, Advertising Staff, Anyone Interested,
             reference her travels to five states, northwest, far west, a
             recipe hunt in kitchens rural and urban
     02    1956 Jan 08, Franklin, Louisiana
             "Louisiana Dinner on the Fire" 
             (Mrs. Delaware Kemper Vollrath)
     03    Correspondence reference to January 8, 1956
     04    1956 Jan 15
             "Highland Treat" 
     05    Correspondence reference to January 15, 1956
     06    1956 Jan 22
             "Valentine Candy Pie" 
     07    Correspondence reference to January 22, 1956
     08    1956 Jan 29
             "Chinese Chops"
     09    Correspondence reference to January 29, 1956
     10    1956 Feb 05, Elyria, Ohio
             "Hungarian Church Dinner" 
             (Magyar Evangelical and Reformed Church)
     11    Correspondence reference to February 5, 1956
     12    1956 Feb 12, Hammondsport, New York
             "Mrs. Taylor's Homemade Bread" 
             (Mrs. Greyton Taylor)
     13    Correspondence reference to February 12, 1956
     14    1956 Feb 19, Sparta, Michigan
             "Apple Smorgasbord" 
             (Arnold Schaefer Sr.)
     15    Correspondence reference to February 19, 1956
     16    1956 Feb 26, Mexico
     17    Correspondence reference to February 26, 1956
     18    1956 Mar 04, Vicksburg, Mississippi
             [Printed article missing, notes only]
             (Mrs. Mary McKay)
     19    Correspondence reference to March 4, 1956
     20    1956 Mar 11, Purchase, New York
             "How to Eat Endive" 
             (Mrs. Abraham Elkon or Juliette)
     21    Correspondence reference to March 11, 1956
     22    1956 Mar 18
             "Look What's for Breakfast"
     23    1956 Mar 25, Chicago, Illinois
             "How to Make Gefullte Fish" 
             (Mrs. William Sturt)
     24    Correspondence reference to March 25, 1956
     25    1956 Apr 01
           "Ham with Apples" 
     26    Correspondence reference to April 1, 1956
     27    1956 Apr 08 
             "Spring Brings Asparagus"
     28    1956 Apr 15, Brooklyn, New York
             "Chow Aboard the Leyte" 
             (Chief Commissaryman Thomas R. Johnson)
     29    Correspondence reference to April 15, 1956
     30    1956 Apr 22
             "Tokyo Treat" 
     31    Correspondence reference to April 22, 1956
     32    1956 Apr 29
             "Hawaiian Salad"
     33    Correspondence reference to April 29, 1956

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1956 May-Jul 
83   01    1956 May 06, Geneva, Switzerland
             "Cheese Party, Swiss Style" 
             (Mr. Henri Tanner)
     02    Correspondence reference to May 6, 1956
     03    1956 May 13, Liberal, Kansas
             "Kansas Farm Cooking" 
             (Mrs. Ralph Jones, Sr.)
     04    Correspondence reference to May 13, 1956
     05    1956 May 20, Yakima, Washington
             "Pears for a Party" 
     06    Correspondence reference to May 20, 1956
     07    1956 May 27
             "Pass the Onion Rolls!"
     08    Correspondence reference to May 27, 1956
     09    1956 Jun 03, Lakewood, Ohio
             "Old-World Sweets" 
             (Mrs. Theresa Kirchenheuter)
     10    Correspondence reference to June 3, 1956
     11    1956 Jun 10, Coonamessett, Massachusetts
             "Cape Cod Spells Clambake" 
             (Mr. John Russel)
     12    Correspondence reference to June 10, 1956
     13    1956 Jun 17, Washington, D.C.
             "Skyscraper Sodas and Sundaes" 
             (Mr. Eric Weile)
     14    Correspondence reference to June 17, 1956
     15    1956 Jun 24, "Kutztown, Pennsylvania
             "Food for the Fourth" 
             (Moravian Women)
     16    Correspondence reference to June 24, 1956
     17    1956 Jul 01, San Francisco, California
             "California Cheese Dip" 
     18    Correspondence reference to July 1, 1956
     19    1956 Jul 08, Paris France
             "Masterpiece From Maxim's" 
             (Louis Vaudable)
     20    Correspondence reference to July 8, 1956
     21    1956 Jul 15
             "Favorite Recipes of Teen-Age Cooks" 
             (Gene Marlin Goff, Jefferson City, Missouri; June Foy, Murray,
             Kentucky; Joan Laura Jordan, Batavia, Iowa; Lois Jean Hood, East
             Orange, New Jersey; Barbara McCurdy, Pope, Mississippi; and
             Earlene Warburton, Logan, Utah)
     22-25 Correspondence reference to July 15, 1956
     26    1956 Jul 22
             "Salad Sandwich"
     27    Correspondence reference to July 22, 1956
     28    1956 Jul 29
             Ham 
             [article missing, notes only]
     29    Correspondence reference to July 29, 1956

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1956 Aug-Dec 
84   01    1956 Aug 05, Cleveland Heights, Ohio
             "Cooking for the Crowd" 
             (Mrs. Irene Sterbenz)
     02    Correspondence reference to August 5, 1956
     03    1956 Aug 12
             [Article missing, notes only]
     04    Correspondence reference to August 12, 1956
     05    1956 Aug 15
             "Barbecues on a Budget" 
     06    Correspondence reference to August 15, 1956
     07    1956 Aug 19, San Juan, Puerto Rico
             "Puerto Rican Supper" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Garcia)
     08    Correspondence reference to August 19, 1956
     09    1956 Aug 26, Boise, Idaho
             "Chutney for the Governor's Curry" 
             (Mrs. Robert E. Smylie)
     10    Correspondence reference to August 26, 1956
     11    1956 Aug 29
             "Think Before You Cook!"
     12    Correspondence reference to August 29, 1956
     13    1956 Sep 09, Hershey, Pennsylvania
             "Pennsylvania Dutch Love Shoo-Fly Pie" 
             (Mrs. Edna Heller)
     14    Correspondence reference to September 9, 1956
     15    1956 Sep 14, Spartanburg, South Carolina
             "Deep-Dish Peach Pie" 
             (Mrs. David Hughes)
     16    Correspondence reference to September 14, 1956
     17    1956 Sep 16, Sausalito, California
             "Cooking in a Hurry" 
             (Laura and Paul Smith)
     18    Correspondence reference to September 16, 1956
     19    1956 Sep 23, New York
             "Sunday with Philippe of the Waldorf" 
             (Claudius Charles Philippe)
     20    Correspondence reference to September 23, 1956
     21    1956 Sep 30
             "Cheesecake's New Flavors" 
     22    Correspondence reference to September 30, 1956
     23    1956 Oct 07, Scottsdale, Arizona
             "Arizona Special" 
             (Waldo and Emma Contreras)
     24    Correspondence reference to October 7, 1956
     25    1956 Oct 14
             "Rice Harvest Dessert" 
     26    Correspondence reference to October 14, 1956
     27    1956 Oct 21, Boston, Massachusetts
              "Cranberries Ablaze" 
             (National Cranberry Association)
     28    Correspondence reference to October 21, 1956
     29    1956 Oct 28, Denver, Colorado
             "Carol Jean Makes A Pizza" 
             (Carol Jean Byma)
     30    Correspondence reference to October 28, 1956
     31    1956 Nov 04, St. Andrews, Jamaica
             "Jamaican Roast Pig" 
             (Mrs. Valeria Hall)
             Article missing, notes only
     32    Correspondence reference to November 4, 1956
     33    1956 Nov 11, Olympia, Washington 
             [part of printed article missing]
             "Governor's Pudding" 
             (Mrs. Langlie)
     34    Correspondence reference to November 11, 1956
     35    1956 Nov 18, Salt Lake City, Utah
             "How to be a Happy Cook" 
             (Margaret Burgener)
     36    1956 Nov 25, Mill Valley, California
             "Mama's Christmas Cookies" 
             (Mrs. Valborg Gravander)
     37    Correspondence reference to November 25, 1956
     38    1956 Dec 02
             "Give-Away Christmas Candies" 
     39    Correspondence reference to December 2, 1956
     40    1956 Dec 09
             "Spanish Potato Pie"
     41    1956 Dec 16
             "Boom in Broccoli" 
     42    Correspondence reference to December 16, 1956
     43    1956 Dec 23, Cashmere, Washington
             "Oven-Hot Apple Muffins" 
             (Kenneth and Fern Bixler)

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1957 Jan-Apr 
85   01    1957 Jan 06
             "Old-Time Jellied Relishes" 
     02    1957 Jan 13
             "Tea-Party Mushroom Loaf" 
     03    Correspondence reference to January 13, 1957
     04    1957 Jan 20, Rockville, Maryland
             "Buffet for Thirty" 
             (Paul and Molly Eaton)
     05    Correspondence reference to January 20, 1957
     06    1957 Jan 27
             "My, How You've Changed!"
     07    1957 Feb 03, Spokane, Washington
             "Help-Yourself Party Snacks" 
             (Ward J. and Phyllis Walker)
     08    Correspondence reference to February 3, 1957
     09    1957 Feb 10, Lisle, Illinois
              "Dutch Meatball Soup" 
             (Mrs. Cornelius Stob)
     10    Correspondence reference to February 10, 1957
     11    1957 Feb 17
             "Apple Surprise" 
     12    Correspondence reference to February 17, 1957
     13    1957 Feb 24, Jenny Lake, Wyoming
             "Good Meals in the Mountains" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fabian) 
     14    Correspondence reference to February 24, 1957
     15    1957 Mar 03, Yuba City, California
             "Bring on the Peaches" 
             (Mrs. Earnest Blazer)
     16    Correspondence reference to March 3, 1957
     17    1957 Mar 10, Claremont, California
             "The Co-ed Cook" 
             (Carol Lee Ackley)
     18    Correspondence reference to March 10, 1957
     19    1957 Mar 17, Idaho Falls, Idaho
             "New Ways to Cook a Potato" 
             (Mrs. Hollis Becker)
     20    1957 Mar 24
             "Prism Cake"
     21    Correspondence reference to March 24, 1957
     22    1957 Mar 31, Washington, D.C.
             "Thomas Jefferson Ate Here" 
             (Mrs. Helen Duprey Bullock)
     23    Correspondence reference to March 31, 1957
     24    1957 Apr 07, Cleveland, Ohio
             "Holiday Pastries" 
             (Mrs. Norman Less)
           Article missing, notes only, have galley proof 
     25    Correspondence reference to April 7, 1957
     26    1957 Apr 14, New York City, New York
             "3 Prize American Dishes" 
             (Samuel Chamberlain, Narcisse Chamberlain,
     27    Correspondence reference to April 14, 1957
     28    1957 Apr 14
             "Get Set for Super-Cooking!"
     29    Correspondence reference to April 14, 1957
     30    1957 Apr 21
             "What Paris Does with Easter Eggs" 
     31    Correspondence reference to April 21, 1957
     32    1957 Apr 28, Peabody, Massachusetts
             "Old-Fashioned American Candy" 
             (Mrs. Elizabeth Corning)
     33    Correspondence reference ro April 28, 1957

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1957 May-Aug
86   01    1957 May 05, Moran, Wyoming
             "Cooking for Mountain Appetites" 
             (Jackson Lake Lodge, Paul Lawrence)
     02    Correspondence reference to May 5, 1957
     03    1957 May 12, Boise, Idaho
             "Mother Throws a Pot-Luck Party" 
             (Mrs. Artie Obenchain)
     04    1957 May 19
             "Take-It-Easy Suppers" 
     05    Correspondence reference to May 19, 1957
     06    1957 May 26, Barre, Massachusetts
             "Quick Tricks in the Kitchen" 
             (Mrs. Penny Fowler LeRoy)
     07    Correspondence reference to May 26, 1957
     08    1957 June 02, Vera Community, Washington
             "German Cherry Omelet" 
             (John and Irmgard Van Hees)
     09    Correspondence reference to June 2, 1957
     10    1957 June 09, Seattle, Washington
             "Father's Favorite Food" 
             (Mrs Gordon Clinton)
     11-12 Correspondence reference to June 9, 1957
     13    1957 Jun 16
             "Summer Treat: Strawberry Pie" 
     14    Correspondence reference to June 16, 1957
     15    1957 Jun 23, Washington, D.C.
             "All-American Salad" 
             (Senator Margaret Chase Smith, New Jersey Rep. William B. Widnall,
             California Rep. Charles M. Teague, California Rep. James B. Utt,
             and Texas Rep. Joe M. Kilgore)
     16    1957 Jun 30, Portuguese Bend Club, California
             "Spare Ribs and Casseroles" 
             (Earl and Margo Ballentine)
     17    Correspondence reference to June 30, 1957
     18    1957 Jul 07, Lititz, Pennsylvania
             "Pennsylvania Dutch Fruit Cooler" 
             (Mrs. Martin A. Moore)
     19    Correspondence reference to July 7, 1957
     20    1957 Jul 14, St. John, Virgin Islands
             "How to Cook on an Island" 
             (Sarah Morrisette)
     21    Correspondence reference to July 14, 1957
     22    1957 Jul 21, Peoria, Illinois
             "Casserole Surprise" 
             (Mrs. John W. Langley)
     23    Correspondence reference to July 21, 1957
     24    1957 Jul 28
             "Summer Spectacular" 
     25    Correspondence reference to July 28, 1957
     26    1957 Aug 04
             "Frosting in a Flash" 
             (Mrs. LeRoy Mernaugh, Watertown, South Dakota; Mrs. W. D. George,
             Park Forest, Illinois; Mrs. V. A. Hammer, Salt Lake City, Utah;
             Mrs. C. V. Christensen, Redondo Beach, California)
     27    Correspondence reference to August 4, 1957
     28    1957 Aug 11, Balboa Heights, Canal Zone
             "Dinner in Panama" 
             (J. Bartley and Mercedes Alegre Smith)
     29    Correspondence reference to August 11, 1957
     30    1957 Aug 18, Parma, Idaho
             "How to Cook an Onion" 
             (Mary and R. H. Young Jr.)
     31    Correspondence reference to August 18, 1957
     32    1957 Aug 25
             "Tomato Soup Surprise"
     33    Correspondence reference to August 25, 1957
     
           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1957 Sep-Dec 
87   01    1957 Sep 01, Idaho Falls, Idaho
             "Feasting on the Farm" 
             (Mrs. Lily W. Hansen)
     02    Correspondence reference to September 1, 1957
     03    1957 Sep 08, Lima Peru-Santiago, Chile
             "South American Treat" 
     04    Correspondence reference to September 8, 1957
     05    1957 Sep 15
             "Lemonade Souffle" 
     06    Correspondence reference to September 15, 1957
     07    1957 Sep 22, Mill Valley, California
             "The Captain's Herb Chicken" 
             (Joseph and Dorothy Canets)
     08    Correspondence reference to September 22, 1957
     09    1957 Sep 29
             "New Ways To Make a Salad"
     10    Correspondence reference to September 29, 1957
     11    1957 Oct 06, Vacaville, California
             "Recipes from the Nut Tree" 
             (Edwin and Mary Helen Power)
     12    Correspondence reference to October 6, 1957
     13    1957 Oct 13
             "Apple Pizza"
     14    Correspondence reference to October 13, 1957
     15    1957 Oct 20, Door County, Wisconsin
             "Wisconsin Fish Boil" 
             (Herman Birnschein)
     16    Correspondence reference to October 20, 1957
     17    1957 Oct 27
             "How to Stuff a Mushroom" 
     18    Correspondence reference to October 27, 1957
     19    1957 Nov 03
             "Let's Bring Back the Family Dinner" 
             (Mrs. J. E. Michalski, West Los Angeles, California; Mrs. Edith
             Eckert Birgfeld, Takoma Park, Maryland; Mrs. John D. Brown, Sarah,
             Mississippi; Mrs. Gay Edwards, Kansas City, Kansas, Maude Travis,
             Chicago, Illinois) 
     20    Correspondence reference to November 3, 1957
     21    1957 Nov 10, Radnor, Pennsylvania
             "Sara's Humdinger Dinners" 
             (Bill and Sara Watts)
     22    Correspondence reference to November 10, 1957
     23    1957 Nov 17
             Indian Bread [article missing, notes only]
     24    Correspondence reference to November 17, 1957
     25    1957 Nov 24
             "Thanksgiving Made Easy" 
             (Mrs. N. A. Jodat, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Mrs. John Scott, Fort
             Worth, Texas; Mrs. Thomas Gement, Greenwood, Mississippi; Mrs.
             Marcella Miller, Hillsboro, Missouri; Mrs. Cyril H. Zucker,
             Cleveland Heights, Ohio; Mrs. E. Austin Byrne, Mt. Kisco, New
             York; Mrs. Edith Eckert Birgfeld, Takoma Park, Maryland; Mrs. H.
             Dickson Graham, Norfolk, Virginia; Mrs. Ralph Kilstrom, Madrid,
             Iowa; Mrs. Daniel Lynch, Weymouth, Massachusetts; Mrs. Forrest
             Fitzgerald, Middletown, Ohio; Mrs. Wayne Griffiths, Santa, Rosa,
             California; Mrs. Charles Curry, Dearborn, Michigan; Mrs. Rose
             Amolsch, Denver, Colorado; Mrs. Lloyd G. Anderson, Los Angeles,
             California; Mrs. Ivan Toyne, Muscatine, Iowa; Mrs. Charles
             McKinnon, Corona de Mar, California; Mrs. Ann Marek, Wallis,
             Texas; and Mrs. George Lee, Stephenville, Texas)
     26    Correspondence reference to November 24, 1957
     27    1957 Dec 01, Spokane, Washington
             "Cookies for Christmas" 
             (Victor and Ellen Wulff)
     28    Correspondence reference to December 1, 1957
     29    1957 Dec 08
             "Last Minute Fruit Cake"
     30    1957 Dec 15
             "Feasting Under the Christmas Tree" 
             (Luchow's Old German Restaurant)
     31    Correspondence reference to December 15, 1957
     32    1957 Dec 22
             "Clementine Gives a Christmas Party"
             (Mrs. Norman Whittier, Bronxvill, New York; Mrs. J. M. Morris,
             Park Ridge, Illinois; Perry Jordan, Hartford, Connecticut; Mrs.
             Alva Strausz, Yakima, Washington; Mrs. George Esterly, Syracuse,
             New York; Mrs. Mildred Hinshaw, Colorado Springs, Colorado; Mrs.
             J. V. Guerin, Phoenix, Arizona; Nell Snead, Kansas City, Kansas;
             Esther Anne Langley, Salt Lake City, Utah; Mrs. Mortimer Cook,
             Portland, Oregon; Mrs. Rosa B. Connell, Aloha, Oregon; Mrs. Thomas
             Neilson, Tampa, Flordia; and Emery Herrick, Dover Plains, New York)

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1958 Jan-May 
88   01    1958 Jan 05
             "Fruit Gets A New Glow"
     02    Correspondence reference to January 5, 1958
     03    1958 Jan 12, New York, New York
             "Chicken Divan"
     04    Correspondence reference to January 12, 1958
     05    1958 Jan 19
             "Hot Dish For Cold Days"
     06    Correspondence reference to January 19, 1958
     07    1958 Jan 26, St. John's, Virgin Islands
             "Caribbean Fish Dinner" 
             (Mrs. Erva Boulon)
     08    Correspondence reference to January 26, 1958
     09    1958 Feb 02, Pullman, Washington
             "The Art of Friendly Cooking" 
             (Marge Hinrich)
     10    Correspondence reference to February 2, 1958
     11    1958 Feb 09, Dallas, Texas
             "These Kids Are Really Cooking" 
             (Linda Kamens)
     12    Correspondence reference to February 9, 1958
     13    1958 Feb 16, Ephraim, Wisconsin
             "Cherries Are A Treat!" 
             (Mrs. Everrett Valentine)
     14    Correspondence reference to February 16, 1958
     15    1958 Feb 23
             "Bake Your Own Party Rolls"
     16    Correspondence reference to February 23, 1958
     17    1958 Mar 02, Wenatchee, Washington
             "Eve's Favorite Fruit" 
             (Marie Staples)
     18    Correspondence reference to March 2, 1958
     19    1958 Mar 09
             "Ten Great All-American Dishes"
     20    Correspondence reference to March 9, 1958
     21    1958 Mar 16
             "Dessert In The Grand...And Easy Manner"
     22    Correspondence reference to March 16, 1958 
     23    1958 Mar 23
             "Dessert From The Skillet"
     24    1958 Mar 30, St. John, Virgin Islands
             "Caribbean Chowder" 
             (Caneel Bay Plantation)
     25    Correspondence reference to March 30, 1958
     26    1958 Apr 06
             "Easter Toast"
     27    Correspondence reference to April 6, 1958
     28    1958 Apr 13, Dallas, Texas
             "What's Cooking in Texas?" 
             (Helen Corbitt)
     29    Correspondence reference to April 13, 1958
     30    1958 Apr 20, Emmett, Idaho
             "Spring Lamb Is Here!" 
             (Jessie Naylor)
     31    Correspondence reference to April 20, 1958
     32    1958 Apr 27, New Orleans, Louisiana
             "Sky-High Ice Cream Pie" 
             (Hotel Pontchartrain, E. Lysle Aschaffenburg and son, Albert Lyle
             and chef Dan Evans)
     33    Correspondence reference to April 27, 1958
     34    1958 May 04
             "Fudge Goes Fancy"
     35    Correspondence reference to May 4, 1958
     36    1958 May 11, New York
             "A Flower For My Mother" 
             (Jennie Paddleford and Clementine Paddleford) 
           1958 May 11, Lani, Hawaii
             "Pineapple On The Half Shell" 
             (Mrs. William Aldrich)
     37    Correspondence reference to May 11, 1958
     38    1958 May 18
             "The Hot Dog Goes High Hat"
     39    Correspondence reference to May18, 1958
     40    1958 May 18, New York
             "My Mother Taught Me The Secret of Living" 
             (Jennie Paddleford and Clementine Paddleford from A Flower For My Mother) 
     41    1958 May 25
             "Martha Washington's Dessert"  
     42    1958 May 25
             "The Summer My Outwitted" [title incomplete]
             (Jennie Paddleford and Clementine Paddleford from A Flower For My Mother)
           
           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1958 Jun-Oct
89   01    1958 Jun 01, Bountiful, Utah
             "Picnic In Paradise" 
             (Mrs. Gordon M. Howard)
     02    Correspondence reference to June 1, 1958
     03    1958 Jun 08, Newport, Vermont
             "The Mayor's Wife Bakes A Pie" 
             (Mrs. John Natole)
     04    Correspondence reference to June 8, 1958
     05    1958 Jun 15, Newport, Rhode Island
             "Chow Time In The Big Race" 
             (Bill Jeannie Burnham, Weston, Connecticut; William T. Snaith,
             owner Figaro III and President of the Raymond Lowey Corporation;
             Elizabeth Snaith)
     06    Correspondence reference June 15, 1958
     07    1958 Jun 22, Arlington, Virginia
             "The Whole Family Cooks!" 
             (Ivy Baker Priest, United States Treasurer and children Roy and Nancy)
     08    Correspondence reference to June 22, 1958
     09    1958 Jun 29
             "The Big Chowder Battle" 
     10    1958 Jul 06, Ephraim, Wisconsin
             "Smorgasbord Spectacular" 
             (Peder Knudson and Tom and Molly Knudson Mayhew)
     11    Correspondence reference July 6, 1958
     12    1958 Jul 13, Spokane, Washington
             "Ice Cream In A Cloud" 
             (Louis Davenport and the Davenport Hotel)
     13    Correspondence reference July 13, 1958
     14    1958 Jul 20
             "Three Cold Salmon Salads"
     15    1958 Jul 27, Pasadena, California
             "Hawaiian Party: Chicken With Ginger" 
             (Pagoo and Lucille Holling)
     16    Correspondence reference to July 27, 1958
     17    1958 Aug 03
             "Lemons For Zest!"
     18    Correspondence reference to August 3, 1958
     19    1958 Aug 10, Bronxville, New York
             "Blueberry Delight" 
             (Mrs. Everett Kelsey)
     20    Correspondence reference to August 10, 1958
     21    1958 Aug 17
             "The Wine Flavor"
     22    Correspondence reference to August 17, 1958
     23    1958 Aug 24, Muncie, Indiana
             "American Chutney Is Peachy!" 
             (Gladys Kimbrough, Home Economist for Ball Brothers)          
     24    Correspondence reference to August 24, 1958
     25    1958 Aug 31, New Orleans, Louisiana
             "Good Eating On The Mississippi" 
             (Clementine Paddleford travels on a river boat)
     26    Correspondence reference to August 31, 1958
     27    1958 Sep 07, Baltimore, Maryland
             "The Touch of a Good Cook" 
             (Helen N. Tullis)
     28    Correspondence reference to September 7, 1958
     29    1958 Sep 14, (Evanston, Illinois)
              "Eating 'As You Like It'" 
             (Hazel Easton and Winifred Ward)
     30    Correspondence reference to September 14, 1958
     31    1958 Sep 21, Old Chatham, New York
             "Taste These Shaker Favorites" 
             (Zelina Brunschwig and John S. Williams)
     32    Correspondence reference to September 21, 1958
     33    1958 Sep 28, Hammondsport, New York
             "Have You Discovered Grape Pie?" 
             (Mrs. Greyton Taylor)
     34    Correspondence reference to September 28, 1958
     35    1958 Oct 05
             "All America Is Going Gourmet!"
     36    1958 Oct 12, Westwood, California
             "Debbie Loves Chicken Tacos" 
             (Debbie Reynolds)
           1958 Oct 12, Washington, D.C.
             "Dinner Fit for a President" 
             (Mrs. Helen Duprey)
     37    Correspondence reference to October 12, 1958 "Dinner Fit for a President"
     38    1958 Oct 19
             "Time For Tricks And Treats"
     39    Correspondence reference to October 19, 1958
     40    1958 Oct 19
             "Give The Chef A Cheer!" (Samuel Goldwyn)
     41    Correspondence reference to October 19, 1958 "Give The Chef A Cheer!"
     42    1958 Oct 26, Wichita, Kansas
             "'Mrs. Kansas' Is A Cooking Whiz" 
             (Betty and Robert E. Bogue and children Mike, Kathleen and Patric)                  
     43    Correspondence reference to October 26, 1958

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1958 Nov-Dec
90   01    1958 Nov 02
             "That Sweet Italian Touch"
     02    Correspondence reference to November 2, 1958, "That Sweet Italian Touch"
     03    1958 Nov 02, Paris, France
             "General Norstad's Top-Secret Sauce" 
             (General and Mrs. Lauris Norstad, General Alfred M. Gruenther,
             Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Paul-Henri Spaak)
     04    1958 Nov 09
             "It's A Great Year For Apple Pie"
     05    Correspondence reference to November 9, 1958, "It's A Great Year For
             Apple Pie"
     06    1958 Nov 09, [article missing]
             Frost A Cake 
             (Mrs. Robert H. Grace, Rochboro, Pennsylvania; Mrs. Rudolph H.
             Jaeger, Denver, Colorado, Mrs. W. A. Sears, Hutchins, Texas, Mrs.
             William Warren, Bells, Tennessee; Mrs. Bernard Downing, New York
             Mills, Minnesota; and Mrs. Maude Paschke, Spokane, Washington) 
     07    Correspondence reference to November 9, 1958, Frost a Cake
     08    1958 Nov 16, New York City, New York
             "The Lunts Star In The Kitchen" 
             (Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne)
     09    Correspondence reference to November 16, "The Lunts Star In The Kitchen"
     10    1958 Nov 16
             "A Salad To Brighten Thanksgiving"
     11    1958 Nov 23, South Sudbury, Massachusetts
             "Tales and Turkey of the Wayside Inn" 
             (Wayside Inn)
     12    Correspondence reference to November 23, 1958
     13    1958 Nov 30, Chicago, Illinois
             "Christmas Candy Made Easy" 
             (Mathilde Mordell)
     14    Correspondence reference to November 30, 1958
     15    1958 Dec 07
             "Have A Polynesian Party!"
     16    Correspondence reference to December 7, 1958, "Have A Polynesian Party!"
     17    1958 Dec 07
             "Rise Stevens' Dinner Music" 
             (Rise Stevens, opera singer)
     18    1958 Dec 14
             "Deck The Halls With Christmas Cakes!"
     19    Correspondence reference to December 14, 1958
     20    1958 Dec 21
             "My Father's Wonderful Popcorn" 
     21    Correspondence reference to December 21, 1958
     22    1958 Dec 28, "How America Eats - The Good Cook's Almanac - 1959"
             [printed article missing, draft only with correspondence] 

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1959 Jan-May
91   01    1959 Jan 04, Tulsa, Oklahoma
             "Have A Coffee Party" 
             (Mrs. Floyd L. Rheam)
     02    Correspondence reference to January 04, 1959
     03    1959 Jan 11
             "Flame It With Mincemeat" 
             (John Ridd and Lorna Doone)
     04    1959 Jan 18, Tulsa, Oklahoma
             "Tasting Bee in Tulsa" 
             (Mrs. W. T. Born, President, Women's Alliance of the All Souls
             Unitarian Church)
     05    Correspondence reference to January 18, 1959
     06    1959 Jan 25, Fort Smith, Arkansas
             "This Co-Ed Loves To Cook" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. Wade Cooley and children, Susanne, Janie, Helen and Tom)
     07    Correspondence reference to January 25, 1959
     08    1959 Feb 01, Duluth, Minnesota
              "Everybody's Wild About Wild Rice" 
             (Jeno F. Paulucci)
     09    Correspondence reference to February 01, 1959
     10    1959 Feb 08, Little Rock, Arkansas
             "Good Cooks Start Early" 
             (Robin Woods)
     11    Correspondence reference to February 08, 1959
     12    1959 Feb 15, Tulsa Oklahoma
             "Oh, What a Wonderful Cook!" 
             (Mrs. R. C. Pigford)
     13    Correspondence reference February 15, 1959
     14    1959 Feb 22, Fort Smith, Arkansas
             "Cook It Plain, Cook It Fancy" 
             (Mrs. Ruth Moss Carroll)
     15    Correspondence reference February 22, 1959
     16    1959 Mar 01, Chicago, Illinois
             "Have Fun At Your Own Party" 
             (Jeanne Paris)
     17    Correspondence reference March 01, 1959
     18    1959 Mar 08
             "Delightful Biteful"
     19    Correspondence reference to March 08, 1959
     20    1959 Mar 15, Shannon Airport, Ireland
             "It's a Great Day for Irish Cooking!" 
             (William A. Ryan)
     21    Correspondence reference March 15, 1959
     22    1959 Mar 22
             "It's A Bargain Year For Peas!"
     23    Correspondence reference March 22, 1959
     24    1959 Mar 29, Los Angeles, California
             "Happy Easter Eggs" 
             (Van Heflin)
     25    1959 Apr 05
             "Shrimp Is A Cook's Best Friend"
     26    Correspondence reference April 05, 1959
     27    1959 Apr 12, Denver, Colorado
             "Cornish Cooking In Colorado" 
             (Carolina Bancroft, Dr. F. J. Bancroft, George J. Bancroft)
     28    Correspondence reference to April 12, 1959 "Cornish Cooking In Colorado"
     29    1959 Apr 12
             "Kathryn Murray's Honey Cake" 
             (Kathryn and Arthur Murray and grandchildren, Philip and Martha)
     30    Correspondence reference to April 12, 1959 "Kathryn Murray's Honey Cake"
     31    1959 Apr 19, Manhattan, Kansas
             "Fancy Kansas Cooking"
             (Mary Aye, Marion Bugbee, Irene Harlan, Clara McCracken, and
             Dorothy Smith)
     32    Correspondence reference to April 19, 1959
     33    1959 Apr 26, New Orleans, Louisiana
             "Cook's Night Off In New Orleans" 
             (John Edward and Murray Hurley)
     34    Correspondence reference to April 26, 1959
     35    1959 May 03, San Jose, California
             "Hawaii Is A Cook's Paradise" 
             (Lorna Cooley)
     36    Correspondence reference to May 03, 1959
     37    1959 May 10, New Rochelle, New York
             "Mary Healy's Saucy Shrimp" 
             (Mary Healy and Peter Lind Hayes and children, Michael, Cathy, and Pierre)
     38    Correspondence reference to May 10, 1959 "Mary Healy's Saucy Shrimp"
     39    1959 May 10, Phoenix, Arizona
             "Party By The Pool" 
             (Raymond and Bettina Hall Rubicam and children, Joan and Stephen
             and their animals, Mama Kitty and Sandy the dog)
     40    Correspondence reference to May 10, 1959 "Party By The Pool"
     41    1959 May 17, South Pasadena, California
             "A Cook To Make Men Cheer" 
             (Dr. and Mrs. Clayton G. Loosli and twin sons, Alvin and Edward age 16)
     42    Correspondence reference to May 17, 1959
     43    1959 May 24, Sun Valley, Idaho
             "Cooking a la Hemingway" 
             (Ernest and Mary Hemingway)
     44    Correspondence reference to May 24, 1959 "Cooking a la Hemingway"
     45-46 1959 May 24
             "The Big News in Supermarkets: The Ladies Take Over!"
     47    Correspondence reference to May 24, 1959 "The Ladies Take Over!"
     48    1959 May 31, Waukegan, Illinois
             "Anchors Aweigh For The Picnic!" 
             (Joseph and Barbara Rayniaks and children: Susan and Bart, Mrs.
             Donald Bartlett, Roy and Agnes Caldwell and children, Chipper and Judy)
     49    Correspondence reference to May 31, 1959

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1959 Jun-Sep
92   01    1959 Jun 07, Independence, Missouri
             "Cookout on the Oregon Trail" 
             (Mrs. Pelling)
     02    Correspondence reference to June 7, 1959
     03    1959 Jun 07
             "Sophia Loren's Pizza Secret" 
             (Sophia Loren)
     04    Correspondence reference to June 7, 1959
     05    1959 Jun 14
             "Asparagus Souffle Starts a Summer Luncheon"
     06    1959 Jun 21
             "Bananas Make Dreamy Desserts"
     07    Correspondence reference to June 21, 1959
     08    1959 Jun 28, Colorado Springs, Colorado
             "Super-Cookout at Pike's Peak" 
             (Girls Scouts)
     09    Correspondence reference to June 28, 1959
     10    1959 Jul 05
             "How Garroway went Gourmet" 
             (Dave and Pamela Garroway)
     11    Correspondence reference to July 5, 1959
     12    1959 Jul 12
             "Avocado: Sweet Secret for Summer" 
     13    1959 Jul 19
             "They're Showing Russia How America Eats" 
             (Barbara Sampson, Birds Eye Home Economist for General Foods and
             Marylee Duchring, General Mills) 
     14    Correspondence reference to July 19, 1959
     15    1959 Jul 26, Danbury, Connecticut
             "Supper Soup for Summer" 
             (Miss Jean Dalrymple)
     16    Correspondence reference to July 26, 1959
     17    1959 Aug 02, Madison, Wisconsin
             "Sausage Makes News!" 
             (Mrs. Oscar F. Mayer Jr. and Mrs. Carl G. Mayer)
     18    Correspondence reference to August 2, 1959
     19    1959 Aug 09, Little Rock, Arkansas
             "Arkansas Punch Party" 
             (Mrs. J. Fairfax Loughborough)
     20    Correspondence reference to August 9, 1959
     21    1959 Aug 16
             "Dandy Candy Desserts"
     22    Correspondence reference to August 16, 1959
     23    1959 Aug 23
             "New Magic with Oranges"
     24    Correspondence reference to August 23, 1959
     25    1959 Aug 30, Madrone, California
             "We all eat like Kings" 
             (Walter and Marion Richert)
     26    Correspondence reference to August 30, 1959
     27    1959 Sep 06, Hillsborough, California
             "Treats from a good cook's library" 
             (Barbara Thompson)
     28    Correspondence reference to September 6, 1959
     29-30 1959 Sep 13, Morganville, Kansas
             "Kansas is good cooking country!" 
             (Morganville Methodist Church Supper, Velma Carson, Mrs. Henry
             Swenson, Mrs. William Silver, Mrs. Edna Merton, and Rev. Herbert
             Bollinger)
     31    Correspondence reference to September 13, 195 9 
     32    1959 Sep 20, Hillside, Illinois
             "It's still cook-out time!" 
             (Mrs. Aram Chaderjian)
     33    Correspondence reference to September 20, 1959
     34    1959 Sep 27, Phoenix, Arizona
             "Her baking takes the cake" 
             (Mrs. Clara S. Habert)
     35    Correspondence reference to September 27, 1959

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1959 Oct-Dec 
93   01    1959 Oct 04, Walnut Creek, California
             "Wonderful ways with walnuts" 
             (Mrs. Gerald Goold Deardorff)
     02    Correspondence reference to October 4, 1959
     03    1959 Oct 11, New York
             "Hermione's a honey of a cook" 
             (Hermione Ferdinanda Gingold) 
     04    Correspondence reference to October 11, 1959
     05    1959 Oct 11
             "Super-suggestions for supermarkets"
     06    Correspondence reference to October 11, 1959 "Super-suggestions for
           supermarkets" 
     07    1959 Oct 18
             "How new foods are born"
     08    1959 Oct 25
             "Best apples since Eve!" 
     09    Correspondence reference to October 25, 1959
     10    1959 Nov 01, Cranbury, New Jersey
             "Everybody's hungry on election night" 
             (Mrs. Frederick Brunner)
     11    Correspondence reference to November 1, 1959
     12    1959 Nov 08, Little Rock, Arkansas
             "Delicious dinner from a gourmet's garden" 
             (Mrs. Blass)
     13    Correspondence reference to November 8, 1959
     14    1959 Nov 15, Hanson, Massachusetts
             "Cranberries don't need turkey" 
             (Mrs. Thomas B. Darlington, Jr., Whitesbog, New Jersey; Mrs.
             Newell Jasperson, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin; Mrs. Milton Reeves,
             New Lisbon, New Jersey; National Cranberry Association)
     15    1959 Nov 22, Warrensville Heights, Ohio
             "Thanksgiving bread-bake" 
             (Mrs. Amelia Wiltrack)
     16    Correspondence reference to November 22, 1959
     17    1959 Nov 29
             "What's Christmas without candy?"
     18    Correspondence reference to November 29, 1959
     19-21 1959 Dec 06
             "I've been eating on the railroad"
     22    Correspondence reference to December 6, 1959
     23    1959 Dec 13, Sun Valley, Idaho
             "Hearty buffet for hungry skiers" 
             (Walt Kapella)
     24    Correspondence reference to December 13, 1959
     25    1959 Dec 20
             "Say Merry Christmas with a Cookbook!"

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1960 Jan-Jun 
94   01    1960 Jan 03, New York
             "Dinner designed by Trigere" 
             (Pauline Trigere)
     02    Correspondence reference to January 3, 1960
     03    1960 Jan 10, Phoenix, Arizona
             "Eating is fun in Arizona!" 
     04    Correspondence reference to January 10, 1960
     05    1960 Jan 17, Washington, D.C.
             "The Senator loves to cook 
             (Allen Joseph Ellender)
     06    Correspondence reference to January 17, 1960
     07    1960 Jan 24
             "Sprouts can be great!"
     08    1960 Jan 31
             "Wake up to sticky buns!"
     09    1960 Feb 07, Wichita, Kansas
             "Biggest tea party in Kansas" 
             (St. James Episcopal Church Auxiliary)
     10    Correspondence reference to February 7, 1960
     11    1960 Feb 14, St. Helena, California
             "Happy cooks of Napa Valley" 
             (Marjorie and Blanche Mondavi)
     12    1960 Feb 21
             "Potatoes go to a party" 
     13    Correspondence reference to February 21, 1960
     14    1960 Feb 28, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
             "South American cooking is headline news!" 
     15    1960 Mar 06
             "Try a Swiss pie!"
     16    1960 Mar 13 
             "King Crab is royal eating" 
     17    Correspondence reference to March 13, 1960
     18    1960 Mar 20
             "Easy cream puffs!" 
     19    Correspondence reference to March 20, 1960
     20    1960 Mar 27
             "At last: teenagers are learning how to eat"
     21    Correspondence reference to March 27, 1960
     22    1960 Apr 03
             "Salad days with aspic pie!"
     23    1960 Apr 10, Seville Spain
             "Spain cooks with olives" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. Luis de Soto)
     24    Correspondence reference to April 10, 1960
     25    1960 Apr 17   
             "New tricks with Easter eggs"
     26    Correspondence reference to April 17, 1960
     27    1960 Apr 24
             "Better meat for less money" 
     28    Correspondence reference to April 24, 1960
     29    1960 May 01, Napa, California
             "Treasures from a California mountaintop" 
             (Jack and Mary Taylor)
     30    Correspondence reference to May 1, 1960
     31    1960 May 08, Globe, Arizona
              "Mexican cooking down Arizona way" 
             (Ida Franklin)
     32    Correspondence reference to May 8, 1960
     33    1960 May 15, Jerez, Spain
             "Come to a Spanish dinner party!" 
             (Ann Domecq)
     34    Correspondence reference to May 15, 1960
     35    1960 May 22
             "Sweet new way with chicken" 
     36    1960 May 29
             "The cookout goes spectacular!" 
     37    1960 Jun 05
             "Invitation to a wedding buffet"
     38    Correspondence reference to June 5, 1960
     39    1960 Jun 12
             "Curry goes to a picnic!" 
     40    1960 Jun 19
             "Summertime is melon time"
     41    1960 Jun 26
             "Salmon sparkles on the Fourth" 
     42    Correspondence reference to June 26, 1960

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1960 Jul-Dec 
95   01    1960 Jul 03, New York to Paris
             "Dining is high, wide and handsome on Jets" 
     02    Correspondence reference to July 3, 1960
     03    1960 Jul 10, New London, Connecticut
             "How to cook for a whole crew" 
             (USS Skipjack, LT. T. L. Ingraham, Commander William W. Behrens,
             Jr., Chief Commissaryman John E. Cody, Paul Bargas, Joseph Lopez, 
             G. Wayne Roach, Richard Scharf)
     04    Correspondence reference to July 10, 1960
     05    1960 Jul 17
             "Summer's biggest coolers" 
     06    1960 Jul 24, Three Rivers, California
             "Make breakfast a buffet party" 
             (Don Button and John Arthur Reynolds, gourmet-chef, General
             Manager and Secretary of the Central Valley Empire Association)
     07    Correspondence reference to July 24, 1960
     08    1960 Jul 31
             "Our farmers are magicians!"
     09    Correspondence reference to July 31, 1960
     10    1960 Aug 07, Old Westbury, New York    
             "Garden party at a millionaire's mansion" 
             (Mrs. Etienne Boegner)
     11    Correspondence reference to August 7, 1960
     12    1960 Aug 14, Scottsdale, Arizona
             "Perfect hostess - perfect party" 
             (Mrs. Theodore A. Rehm)
     13    1960 Aug 21, Little Rock, Arkansas
             "Three treats from a Southern cook" 
             (Mrs. Peck)
     14    Correspondence reference to August 21, 1960
     15    1960 Aug 28
             "Best picnic tricks of 1960"
     16    Correspondence reference to August 28, 1960
     17    1960 Sep 11
             "The Recipes America Loves Best" 
     18    1960 Sep 18
             "Bread-fresh out of the oven" 
             (Mrs. Emma Weiss Lumsden, Morganville, KS; Mrs. Emma Borg,
             Chicago, IL; Mrs. John Brown, Nantucket, Mass)
     19    Correspondence reference to September 18, 1960
     20    1960 Sep 25
             "Perfect hollandaise every time!"
     21    1960 Oct 02
             "All America's flipping flapjacks!" 
             (John Dahl)
     22    Correspondence reference to October 2, 1960
     23    1960 Oct 09, Copenhagen, Denmark
             "Sweets from a Danish cookie jar" 
             (Mrs. Nielsen)
     24    Correspondence reference to October 9, 1960
     25    1960 Oct 16
             "Open sesame to good cooking" 
     26    Correspondence reference to October 16, 1960
     27    1960 Oct 23
             "Soup in a squash tureen!"
     28    Correspondence reference to October 23, 1960
     29    1960 Oct 30
             "Barbecue for election night"
     30    Correspondence reference to October 30, 1960
     31    1960 Nov 06
             "What's as American as apple pie?"
     32    Correspondence reference to November 6, 1960
     33    1960 Nov 13
              "Hurray for the bright redberry!"
     34    1960 Nov 20, Jamestown, Virginia
             "Heritage recipes from Virginia's first Thanksgiving"
     35    Correspondence reference to November 20, 1960
     36    1960 Nov 27, Sierra Madre, California 
             "Cookie Swaps Are Sweeping the Country" 
             (Mrs. Robert Blanch, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Mrs. Helen Scharer of
             Sierra Madre, California; Mrs. William Preston, Sierra Madre,
             California; Bernice Morgan, Sierra Madre, California; Margie
             Bigelow, Glendora, California; Virginia Sturhmam, Arcadia,
             California; Mrs. Jennie Johnson, Pasadena, California; Martha
             Schlea, Pasadena, California; June Granzow, Pasadena, California;
             and Mrs. Esther Van Vleet, Sierra Madre, California)
     37    1960 Dec 04
             "Dickens Christmas Dinner" 
     38    1960 Dec 11
             "Deck the tree with Christmas cookies!" 
             (Mrs. Von Trapp and Von Trapp Family)
     39    Correspondence reference to December 11, 1960

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1961 Jan-May
96   01    1961 Jan 01
             "Happy New Year to all good cooks!" 
     02    1961 Jan 08, Van Nuys, California
             "Cooking's the best fun of all" 
             (Mrs. Emanuel Zusmer)
     03    Correspondence reference to January 8, 1961
     04    1961 Jan 15, London, England
             "The flan comes to America!" 
             (Sheila John)
     05    Correspondence reference to January 15, 1961
     06    1961 Jan 22, New Orleans, Louisiana
             "Oh, those New Orleans desserts!" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Petersen)
     07    Correspondence reference to January 22, 1961
     08    1961 Jan 29
             "Discover our Land of 10,000 Delicacies!"
     09    Correspondence reference to January 29, 1961
     10    1961 Feb 05, Honolulu, Hawaii
             "Joan starts in the kitchen" 
             (Mrs. Joan Crawford)
     11    Correspondence reference to February 5, 1961
     12    1961 Feb 12
             "Now-trout for everybody's table" 
     13    1961 Feb 19, St. John, Virgin Island
             "See what's cooking in Paradise" 
             (Doris and Ivan Jadan)
     14    Correspondence reference to February 19, 1961
     15    1961 Feb 26
             "Keep your eye on the potato!" 
     16    Correspondence reference to February 26, 1961
     17    1961 Mar 05, Greenwich, Connecticut
             "A date with a great cook" 
             (Glenn and Thelma Heaton)
     18    Correspondence reference to March 5, 1961
     19    1961 Mar 12, Honolulu, Hawaii
             "Gosh-and-golly cooking in Hawaii" 
             (William F. and Nancy Quinn and children William Francis, Jr.,
             Stephen Desford, Timothy Charles, Christopher Thomas, Ann Cecily,
             Mary Kaiulani, and Gregory Anthony)
     20    1961 Mar 19, Fort Smith, Arkansas
             "They know good cooking in Arkansas" 
             (Mrs. Blanche Langfelder and Thyra Samter Wilson) 
     21    Correspondence reference to March 19, 1961
     22    1961 Mar 26
             "America's big tea party"
     23    Correspondence reference to March 26, 1961
     24    1961 Apr 02, Los Angeles, California
             "Hollywood kitchen co-starring the Robert Taylors" 
             (Robert and Ursula Thiess Taylor)
     25    Correspondence reference to April 2, 1961
     26    1961 Apr 09, Tampa, Florida
             "All American Brunswick Stew" 
             (Homer A. and Nell McNeely)
     27    Correspondence reference to April 9, 1961
     28    1961 Apr 16, Sarasota, Florida
             "Potluck party in Florida" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sharrow, Mrs. William Hislop, Rochester, New
             York; Mrs. Carolyng Dary, Racine, Wisconsin; Miss Joyce Carter,
             Detroit, Michigan; and John and Monique Semrinec, Marseilles, France)
     29    Correspondence reference to April 16, 1961
     30    1961 Apr 23
             "Good cooks love herbs" 
     31    Correspondence reference to April 23, 1961
     32    1961 Apr 30, Honolulu, Hawaii
             "The pie that won the war" 
             (Mrs. David Broderick, Jamie Cameron, and Reba Hall Ridley)
     33    Correspondence reference to April 30, 1961
     34    1961 May 07
             "What's in the name on the shelf?"
     35    Correspondence reference to May 7, 1961
     36    1961 May 14
             "Best bargain year for chicken!" 
     37    1961 May 21
             "See America with a picnic basket full of surprises" 
     38    Correspondence reference to May 21, 1961
     39    1961 May 28, San Juan, Puerto Rico
             "The mayor is a good cook" 
             (Dona Felisa Rincon de Gautier)
     40    Correspondence reference to May 28, 1961

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1961 Jun-Nov
97   01    1961 Jun 04, Honolulu, Hawaii
             "East meets West in the kitchen" 
             (Mary Li Sia)
     02    Correspondence reference to June 4, 1961
     03    1961 June 11, Kauai, Hawaii
             "Two casseroles from Hawaii" 
             (Hebard and Marie Case)
     04    1961 Jun 18
             "Honeymoon in the kitchen" 
     05    1961 Jun 25, Keene, New Hampshire
             "Keenest cooking in New Hampshire" 
             (Phyllis Palmer)
     06    Correspondence reference to June 25, 1961
     07    1961 Jul 02, Dorado, Puerto Rico
             "Fiesta barbecue from Puerto Rico" 
             (Peter Brook and Natasha Parry)
     08    Correspondence reference to July 2, 1961
     09    1961 Jul 09
             "Our all-time hit recipe"
     10    1961 Jul 16
             "What makes women flip their lids?" 
     11    Correspondence reference to July 16, 1961
     12    1961 Jul 23, Tampa, Florida
             "To Grandpa's-for pancakes!" 
             (Herbert Leslie "Dusty" Crowder) 
     13    Correspondence reference to July 23, 1961
     14    1961 Jul 30, New York
             "Leading lady in the kitchen" 
             (Lili Darvas)
     15    Correspondence reference to July 30, 1961
     16    1961 Aug 13
             "Souffle magic" 
     17    Correspondence reference to August 13, 1961
     18    1961 Aug 20, San Juan, Puerto Rico
             "Never say no to a party!" 
             (Nellie and Rafael Carrion Jr.)
     19    Correspondence reference to August 20, 1961
     20    1961 Aug 27
             "Veal secrets for good cooks" 
             (Chef William Hellerling)
     21    Correspondence reference to August 27, 1961
     22    1961 Sep 03, Honolulu, Hawaii
             "Good parties start in the kitchen" 
             (Vera Elliot and Mrs. Henry Kaiser)
     23    Correspondence reference to September 3, 1961
     24    1961 Sep 10, New York City, New York
             "Greatest Food Show on Earth!"
     25    Correspondence reference to September 10, 1961
     26    1961 Sep 17, Sarasota, Florida
             "Sunday dinner in Sarasota" 
             (Charles E. and Hester Sanford and sons, Stuart and Charles)
     27    1961 Sep 24
             "Encore for lost recipes" 
     28    1961 Oct 01, New Orleans, Louisiana
             "Yams-the sweetest of all potatoes" 
     29    Correspondence reference to October 1, 1961
     30-31   1961 Oct 08
             "Cookbooks by the Neighbors" 
     32    Correspondence reference to October 8, 1961
     33    1961 Oct 15, Stepney, Connecticut
             "Marian's a Real Country Cook" 
             (Marian Patmore)
     34    Correspondence reference to October 15, 1961
     35    1961 Oct 22, Fish Creek,  Wisconsin
             "Thief Boys Steal the Show" 
             (Mrs. Carl T. Wilson)
     36    Correspondence reference to October 22, 1961
     37    1961 Oct 29
             "Tuna is a Terrific Treat!"
     38    Correspondence reference to October 29, 1961
     39    1961 Nov 05, Athens, Georgia
             "All American's Feasting on Broilers!" 
             (Betty Broiler)
     40    Correspondence reference to November 5, 1961
     41    1961 Nov 12
             "Encore Recipes for Holiday Time" 
     42    Correspondence reference for November 12, 1961
     43    1961 Nov 12
             "Treasury of Recipes From American's Best Cooks" 
     44    Correspondence reference to November 12, 1961
     45    1961 Nov 19, New York
             "Who Said Brides Can't Cook?" 
             (Dennis and Leslie MacMullan)
     46    Correspondence reference to November 19, 1961
     47    1961 Nov 26, Cincinnati, Ohio
             "Alfredo the Great Cooks Oodles of Noodles" 
             (Alfredo the Second)

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1961 Dec 
98   01-03 1961 Dec 03
             "Clementine Paddleford Invites you to Christmas with Washington Irving"
     04    Correspondence reference to December 3, 1961
     05-06 1961 Dec 17, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
             "Christmas in an American Bethlehem" 
             (Helena Couch)
     07    Correspondence reference to December 17, 1961

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1962 Jan-Jun
99   01    1962 Jan 07, Ridgewood, New Jersey
             "Encores for Toscanini's Soup" 
             (Arturo Toscanini and Mrs. George Adair)
     02    Correspondence reference to January 07, 1962
     03    1962 Jan 14
             Pie and Pie Crust 
             [article missing]
     04    Correspondence reference to January 14, 1962
     05    1962 Jan 21
             "A New Tang for Cheesecake" 
     06    Correspondence reference to January 21, 1962
     07    1962 Jan 28
             "Super Soups! Hottest News in Food" 
             (W. B. Murphy, President Campbell's Soup Company; W. B. Barker,
             President of Thomas J. Lipton, Inc.; and Dr. H. C. Oswald,
             Assistant Manager Knorr Company)
     08    Correspondence reference January 28, 1962
     09    1962 Feb 04, London, England 
             "Here's Real Yorkshire Pudding!" 
             (Bailey and Margie Cowans)
     10    Correspondence reference to February 4, 1962
     11    1962 Feb 11
             "Winter's Heavenly Dessert...Snowflake Ice Cream" 
     12    Correspondence reference to February 11, 1962
     13    1962 Feb 18, Bath, Maine
             "An Artist with Pie" 
             (Adolph and Dahlov Ipcar and William and Marguerite Zorach)
     14    Correspondence reference to February 18, 1962
     15    1962 Feb 25, Arrowsic, Maine
             "The Joys of Fishing at 10 Below" 
             (George and Millie Stafford)
     16-17 1962 Mar 04, Tampa, Florida
             "Prize Recipes from the Spanish Main" 
             (Mrs. William Blake)
     18    Correspondence reference to March 4, 1962
     19    1962 Mar 11, Burlington, Connecticut
             "Taste the Best of Birds" 
             (John and Jane Martin)
     20    Correspondence reference to March 11, 1962
     21    1962 Mar 18
             "Treasury of Recipes from America's Best Cooks" 
     22    1962 Mar 25
             "Old-Fashioned Cakes the Modern Way" 
     23    1962 Apr 01, Tarpon Springs, Florida
             "Enough Salad for Everyone!" 
             (Louis M. and Annie Laurie Saxton)
     24    1962 Apr 08, Mahopac, New York
             "Molly Cooks In All Languages" 
             (Molly Picon)
     25    Correspondence reference to April 8, 1962
     26    1962 Apr 15, Zurich, Switzerland
             "Come to a Swiss Family Dinner" 
             (Paul Fischer and daughter Katharine)
     27    Correspondence reference to April 15, 1962
     28    1962 Apr 22
             "Taste What's Happened to Easter Ham!" 
     29    Correspondence reference to April 22, 1962
     30    1962 Apr 29, Hutchinson, Kansas
             "How Kansans Eat Wheat" 
             (Walter W. Graber)
     31-32 Correspondence reference to April 29, 1962
     33    1962 May 06, Halstead, Kansas
             "Bake Your Own French Bread!" 
             (Marvin L. and Maxine Westerman)
     34    Correspondence reference to May 6, 1962
     35    1962 May 13, Westfield, New York
             "Look What You Can Make with Grapes!" 
             (Nelson Ross)
     36    Correspondence reference to May 13, 1962
     37    1962 May 20, Athens, Greece
             "Golden Dishes from Modern Greece" 
             (Elizabeth Stavrides and Nota Panteleaki)
     38    Correspondence reference to May 20, 1962
     39    1962 May 27
             "Hot News in Barbecues!" 
     40    Correspondence reference to May 27, 1962
     41    1962 Jun 03, Louisville, Kentucky
             "Visit to a Kentucky Kitchen" 
             (Ruby Rodes)
     42    Correspondence reference to June 3, 1962
     43    1962 Jun 17
             "Fun in the Sun" 
     44    Correspondence reference to June 17, 1962
     45    1962 Jun 24
     46    Correspondence reference to June 24, 1962

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1962 Jul-Dec 
100  01    1962 Jul 08, Eastport, New York
             "New Easy Way" (G. W. Lamb)
     02    Correspondence reference to July 08, 1962
     03    1962 Jul 15
             "Why Everybody Is Baking Again" 
     04    Correspondence reference to July 15, 1962
     05    1962 Jul 22, Tallahassee, Florida
             "Florida's First Family Loves Mom's Cooking" 
             (Mrs Farris Bryant)
     06    Correspondence reference to July 22, 1962
     07    1962 Aug 05, Yarnell, Arizona
             "Arizona Soup-Easy on the Cook" 
             (F. Jarrett Bennett)
     08    Correspondence reference to August 5, 1962
     09    1962 Aug 12
             "Big Year for Big Sandwiches!"
     10    Correspondence reference to August 12, 1962
     11    1962 Aug 26, Honolulu, Hawaii
             "What's Cooking in Honolulu?" 
             (Takeo and Yoshie Isoshima)
     12    Correspondence reference to August 26, 1962
     13    1962 Sep 02, Hilo Hawaii
             "Cool Idea from Hawaii-Frozen Bananas" 
             (Mrs. William Hill)
     14    Correspondence reference to September 2, 1962
     15-19 1962 Sep 09
             "Jackie Kennedy's Round-the-World Recipes" 
             (Jackie Kennedy)
     20    Correspondence reference to September 9, 1962
     21      1962 Sep 23, Westfield, New York
             "Harvest of Recipes from the Blue Grape Country" 
             (Mrs. Laughlin)
     22    1962 Sep 30, Winter Haven, Florida
             "Cooking for the Boys!" 
             (Jean Snively)
     23    1962 Oct 07
             "Sour Cream Makes a Tangy Comeback" 
     24    1962 Oct 14
             "New Orleans likes Spicy Shrimp"
     25    Correspondence reference to October 14, 1962
     26    1962 Oct 21, Halstead, Kansas
             "Kansas Spreads a Big Church Supper" 
             (First Mennonite Church, Mrs. Fred Dick, Mrs. Ed Toevs, Mrs. Dan
             Krebhiel, Mrs. Harvey Vogt, Mrs. Cornelius Dyck, Mrs. Roland
             Ortman, Mrs. John Nightingale, Mrs. Ernest Mueller and Mrs. Penner)
     27    Correspondence reference to October 21, 1962
     28    1962 Oct 28
             "Sweet Tricks with Pumpkins" 
     29    Correspondence reference to October 28, 1962
     30    1962 Nov 04, Moscow
             "Inside a Russian Kitchen" 
     31    Correspondence reference to November 4, 1962
     32    1962 Nov 18, Little Kunkletown, Pennsylvania
             "Great Hickory" 
             (Jill Shulman)
     33    1962 Dec 02
             "Merry Christmas Day by Day" 
     34    1962 Dec 09
             "Apples Make Tempting Chess Pies"
     35    Correspondence reference to December 9, 1962
     36    1962 Dec 16
             "Sugar Plum Tree for Christmas" 
     37    Correspondence reference to December 16, 1962
     38    1962 Dec 23
             [Typewritten article only, printed article missing]
     39    1962 Dec 30
             "Help Yourself to New Year's Luck!"

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1963 Jan-May
101  01    1963 Jan 06
             "Doughnuts Everybody Remembers" 
             (Mrs. E. M. Fallon, New York City; Mrs. Joseph Bechthold, Tooele,
             Utah; Mrs. Edward Christie, South Harwich, Massachusetts; and
             Marie Delores Ferre, Oxnard, California)
     02    Correspondence reference to January 6, 1963
     03    1963 Jan 13
             "Ode to Grecian Pears"
     04    Correspondence reference to January 13, 1963
     05    1963 Jan 20, Rowayton, Connecticut
             "Susan's A Whiz With Cookies" 
             (Susan Robinson)
     06    Correspondence reference to January 20, 1963
     07    1963 Jan 27
             "How to Be Choosy About Cheeses"
     08-09 Correspondence reference to January 27, 1963
     10    1963 Feb 10
             "Lobster-Tail Luncheon" 
     11    Correspondence reference to February 10, 1963
     12-14 1963 Feb 17, Riga, Michigan
             "Irene's Tomato Tempters" 
             (Mrs. Raymond Goetz)
     15    Correspondence reference to February 17, 1963
     16    1963 Feb 24
             "How to Raise a Good Cook" 
             (Christine Sullivan) 
     17    Correspondence reference to February 24, 1963
     18    1963 Mar 03, New York City, New York
             "Invitation to a Danish Dinner" 
             (Karen and Otto Plume)
     19    Correspondence reference to March 3, 1963
     20    1963 Mar 17, Westport, Connecticut
             "Top of an Irish Morning" 
             (Edward Mulhare)
     21    Correspondence reference to March 17, 1963
     22    1963 Mar 31, Alexandria, Virginia
             "Colonial America Knew What Was Cooking!" 
             (Ann Mason Guild)
     23    Correspondence reference to March 31, 1963
     24    1963 Apr 14, Grossinger, New York
             "Jennie Cooks with Loving Hands" 
             (Jennie Catskill and Chief Steward Henry Speckhardt)
     25    Correspondence reference to April 14, 1963
     26    1963 Apr 21, Edgewater, New Jersey
             "Hudson River Shad Picnic!" 
             (Harry Lyons and Women's Department of the Latter Day Saints
             Church of Ridgewood, New Jersey)
     27    1963 Apr 28
             "Look What's Cooking in the 50 States" 
     28    Correspondence reference to April 28, 1963
     29    1963 May 12
             "Good Cooks Start Young" 
             (Mrs. J. R. Schoonmaker)
     30    1963 May 12
             Junior Cook Book Catalog 
             [article missing]
     31-33 Correspondence reference to May 12, 1963
     34    1963 May 19
             "Cheese Makes Wonderful Breads!"
     35    Correspondence reference to May 19, 1963

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1963 Jun-Oct
102  01    1963 Jun 02, Centreville, Alabama
             "Cooking for Surprise Guests" 
             (Mrs. George L. Bark)
     02    Correspondence reference to June 2, 1963
     03    1963 Jun 09
             "Seconds on a Great Coffee Cake" 
             (Mrs. G. Groskurth, Columbus, Kansas; Ruth Zusmer, Van Nuys,
             California; and Mrs. A. G. Behrens, Clinton, Iowa)
     04-06 1963 Jun 16
             "What's Cooking With Your Family This Summer?"
     07    Correspondence reference to June 16, 1963
     08    1963 Jun 23, Rochester, New York
             "The Secret of Satin" 
             (Irene S. Kinzie)
     09-10 Correspondence reference to June 23, 1963
     11    1963 Jun 30
             "Dessert with a French Twist" 
             (Leslie Caron)
     12    1963 Jul 07, Sparta, Michigan
             "A Dilly of an Apple Cake" 
             (Gayle C. Robinson)
     13    Correspondence reference to July 7, 1963
     14    1963 Jul 14, Columbus, Georgia
             "Recipes for a President" 
             (Mrs. W. L. Bullard)
     15    Correspondence reference to July 14, 193
     16    1963 Aug 11
             "How to Get the Most out of a Lobster Feast" 
     17    1963 Aug 18
             "The Duchess of Windsor's Seafood Casserole"
     18    Correspondence reference to August 18, 1963
     19    1963 Aug 25
             "The Art of Eating Spaghetti"
     20    1963 Sep 08, Hong Kong
             "Hong Kong's Food Fireworks" 
             (Ricky, maitre d' and manager of Marco Polo Room, located adjacent
             to the Peninsula Hotel in Kowloon)
     21    1963 Sep 22, Beverly Hills, California
             "The Ray Bolgers' Best Dinner Gets Raves" 
             (Ray and Gwen Bolger)
     22    1963 Sep 29, Tokyo, Japan
             "Exotic Dish From an Embassy Kitchen" 
             (Haru Matsukata Reischauer)
     23    1963 Oct 06
             "Eating Artichokes is Fun!" 
     24    1963 Oct 13, Honolulu, Hawaii
             "Cooking with a South Pacific Accent" 
             (Mrs. Cora Labrador)
     25    1963 Oct 20, Goshen, Vermont
             "Farm Dishes from Blueberry Hill" 
             (John Masterton and Elsie)
     26    1963 Oct 27, Halstead, Kansas
             "Pancakes are His Hobby" 
             (W. Roy Masters)

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1963 Nov-Dec 
103  01    1963 Nov 10
             "Hot Dessert in a Hurry!"
     02    1963 Nov 17, on board a party jet heading for Hong Kong and Tokyo, Japan
           "Barbecue at the Table" 
             (Miiko Taka)
     03    Correspondence reference to November 17, 1963
     04    1963 Nov 24
             "Relish Your Turkey" 
     05-06 1963 Dec 01, East Hampton, New York
             "Home Sweet Home" 
             (Jeannette Rattray, Mrs. Charles De Witt Talmage, Mrs. Frank C.
             Dayton, Mrs. Charles J. Osborne, Mrs. Edwin L. Sherrill, and
             Edward M. Strong) 
     07    Correspondence reference to December 1, 1963
     08-09 1963 Dec 08, Pennsburg, Pennsylvania
             "My Fair Hostess" 
             (George and Dorothy Hyam and "Top of the Fair" chef, Charles Peponakis)
     10    1963 Dec 15
             "Holiday Shell Game" 
     11    1963 Dec 22
             "The Stockings Were Hung" 

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1964 Jan-Jun 
104  01    1964 Jan 05
             "Fair's Sandwhich Man" 
             (John Edward Hollister Montagu)
     02    Correspondence reference to January 5, 1964
     03    1964 Jan 26, Littleton, Colorado
             Soup to ski by 
             [article missing]
     04    Correspondence reference to January 26, 1964
     05    1964 Feb 02, Mexico City, Mexico
             "The Food of Mexico" 
             (Sylvia Nadal)
     06    Correspondence reference to February 2, 1964
     07    1964 Feb 09, New Rochelle, New York
             "Working Wife's Menu" 
             (Sylvia Schur)
     08    Correspondence reference to February 9, 1964
     09    1964 Feb 16 
             "Lenten Dish with a New Twist" 
     10    Correspondence reference to February 16, 1964
     11    1964 Mar 01
             "Taste-tempting Tuna" 
     12    Correspondence reference to March 1, 1964
     13    1964 Mar 08
             "Nut Bread in a Hurry" 
     14    Correspondence reference to March 8, 1964
     15    1964 Mar 15
             "Cooking is a Girl's Best Friend" 
             (Carol Channing)
     16    Correspondence reference to March 15, 1964
     17    1964 Mar 22
             "Tastes From Everywhere, A preview of the adventures in eating -
             awaiting you at the World's Fair" 
     18    1964 Mar 29, Honolulu, Hawaii
             "Hawaii Sky-High Style" 
             (Kathleen McGuire Perry and Carol Ellerbrake)
     19    1964 Apr 05
             "Spicy Pot Roast" 
     20    Correspondence reference to April 5, 1964
     21    1964 Apr 12, Southampton, Long Island, New York
             "Bunny's Bouillabaisse" 
             (Bunny Day)
     22    Correspondence reference to April 12, 1964
     23    1964 Apr 19, Ridgefield, New Jersey
             "Cross-Country Picnic" 
             (Joy and Choral Tomlinson)
     24    Correspondence reference to April 19, 1964
     25    1964 Apr 26
             "Mystery Peach Ring" 
     26    1964 May 03
             "A Writer Cooks" 
             (James Beard)
     27-28 1964 May 10
             "Pot luck with the famous" 
             (Lucille Ball, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Col. John Glenn, Lyndon B.
             Johnson, Leontyne Price, Mrs. Nelson Rockefeller, and White House
             French Chef Rene Verdon)
     29    Correspondence reference to May 10, 1964
     30    1964 May 17, St. Louis, Missouri
             "Landmark Cake" 
             (Henry Shaw)
     31    Correspondence reference to May 17, 1964
     32    1964 May 24
             "Pie Car" 
             (Peter and Josef Herman and Willis E. Lawson)
     33    1964 May 31, Paris, France
             "Two Lovely Sisters" 
             (Suzy Parker and Dorian Leigh)
     34    1964 Jun 07, Annapolis, Maryland
             "A First Lady Cooks" 
             (J. Millard and Helen Avalynne Tawes)
     35    Correspondence reference to June 7, 1964
     36-37 1964 Jun 14
             "Cosmopolitan Barbecues" 
             (International cookout ideas for the summer) 
     38    Correspondence reference to June 14, 1964
     39    1964 Jun 21
             "Picture Dishes" 
             (Ann Seranne and Eileen Gaden)
     40    1964 Jun 28
             "Actor's Scampi" 
             (Robert Preston)
     41    Correspondence reference to June 28, 1964

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1964 Jul-Dec 
105  01    1964 Jul 05
             "Drink Along with Dickens" 
     02    1964 Jul 12, New Liberia, Avery Island, Louisiana
             "Eat-and-swim buffet" 
             (Edward M. and Lanier Simmons, Walter McIlhenny)
     03    1964 Jul 19
             "Summer Heroes" 
     04    1964 Jul 26
             "Royal Recipes" 
             (Mrs. Alma McKee, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and Her Majesty
             the Queen Mother, Prince Phillip, and Prince Charles)
     05    1964 Aug 02, Minneapolis, Minnesota
             "Tomato Time" 
             (John and Jane Erickson - Jane was a friend to Paddleford growing
             up in Manhattan, Kansas)
     06    1964 Aug 09, Greenfield, Massachusetts
             "Goodies from home" 
             (Toni Manning)
     07    Correspondence reference to August 9, 1964
     08    1964 Aug 23
             "Wedding cake fashions" 
     09    1964 Aug 30, Hong Kong, Japan
             "Hong Kong Tea Party" 
             (Kitty Wing Min)
     10    1964 Sep 06, Cary, Illinois 
             "The Pickle Jar" 
             (William J. and Barbara Brooks)
     11    Correspondence reference to September 6, 1964
     12    1964 Sep 13, Hollywood, California
             "Someone's in the kitchen with Dinah" 
             (Dinah Shore and son, John David)
     13    1964 Sep 20
             Pets 
             [article missing]
     14    1964 Sep 27, Bath, Maine          
             "Campus to kitchen" 
             (Claire Jorgensen)
     15    Correspondence reference to September 27, 1964
     16-17 1964 Oct 04, Hancock, Massachusetts
             "A Most Memorable Pie" 
             (Shaker Sisters)
     18    Correspondence reference to October 4, 1964
     19    1964 Oct 11, Merrick, Long Island, New York
             "Tailgate picnic" 
             (Gerald M. and Mary Tierney and daughters, Gigi, Barbara, and
             Stacey)
     20    1964 Oct 18, Christiansted, St. Croix, Virgin Islands
             "Island Lobster" 
             (Fritz and Marguerite Henle)
     21    Correspondence reference to October 18, 1964
     22    1964 Oct 25
             "The mysterious persimmon"
     23    1964 Nov 01, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
             "Reunion in Iowa" 
             (Midwest Old Settlers and Threshers Reunion)
     24    1964 Nov 08, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
             "Down on the farm" 
             (Mrs. Helen Virden, Mrs. Norman Moehle, Mrs. Xen Earnest, Mrs.
             Clark Burns, New London, Iowa; and Mrs. Lester Noul, Wayland, Iowa)
     25    Correspondence reference to November 8, 1964
     26    1964 Nov 13
             "Hurray for the bright red berry!"
     27    1964 Nov 15, New York City, New York
             "Look and Cook" 
             (Fedora Bontempi)
     28    Correspondence reference to November 15, 1964
     29    1964 Nov 22
             "How early America ate" 
             (Helen Duprey Bullock)
     30    1964 Nov 27, Sierra Madre, California
             "Cookie swaps are sweeping the country" 
             (Mrs. Robert Blanch, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Mrs. Helen Scharer,
             Sierra Madre, California; Mrs. William Preston, Los Angeles,
             California; Mrs. Jennie Johnson, Pasadena, California; Martha
             Schlea, Pasadena, California; June Granzow, Pasadena, California;
             Mrs. Esther Van Vleet, Sierra Madre, California; Bernice Morgan,
             Sierra Madre, California; Margie Bigelow, Glendora, California;
             and Virginia Sturhmam, Arcadia, California)
     31    Correspondence reference to November 27, 1964
     32    1964 Nov 29
             "A Borrowed Feast" 
     33    1964 Dec 06
             "The Delicacy Boom" 
     34    1964 Dec 13
             "The young cooks" 
             (Marsha Ricks, Idaho Falls, Idaho; Katherine Johnson, Blackfoot,
             Idaho; Janice Carlson, Winfield, Iowa; Linnea Peterson, Winfield,
             Iowa; Linda Roth, Mount Pleasant, Iowa; Carolyn Wiley, New London,
             Iowa; and Teresa Meade, Mount Pleasant, Iowa)
     35    Correspondence reference to December 13, 1964
     36    1964 Dec 20, Swedesburg, Iowa
             "Holiday Smorgasbord" 
             (Mrs. Robert Lauer, Mrs. Leonard Peterson, Mrs. Fred Hultquist,
             Mrs. Vincent Lindeen, and Miss Mildred Bergstrom)
     37    1964 Dec 27
             "The world of tomorrow: Your food" 

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1965 Jan-Jun
106  01    1965 Jan 10, Washington, D. C.
             "White House fare" 
             (Lady Bird Johnson)
     02    1965 Jan 17, New York City, New York
             "Italian Treasures" 
             (Maria Lo Pinto)
     03    1965 Jan 24
             "Napoleon's battlefield stew" 
     04    1965 Feb 07
             Announcement, announcing the cook young contest
     05    1965 Feb 14, Denver, Colorado
             "Elegant dinners" 
             (Mrs. William E. Sweet Jr.)
     06    1965 Feb 21
             "A Cake for George Washington" 
             (Mary Simpson)
     07    1965 Feb 28, Sun Valley, Idaho
             "Snowflake picnic" 
             (Frederick Blechmann) 
     08    Correspondence reference to February 28, 1964
     09    1965 Mar 07, Phelps, New York
             "Boy in the Kitchen" 
             (Henry Landschoot, Jr.)
     10    Correspondence reference to March 7, 1965
     11    1965 Mar 14, Shannon Airport, Dublin, Ireland
             "Kitchen colleens" 
             (Chef William A. Ryan, Mrs. Maura Laverty, Mary Frances Keating
             and Sean O-Casey)
     12    1965 Mar 21, Aurora, Colorado
             "No-time-to-market menu" 
             (Jerome and Kay Ernandez)
     13    1965 Mar 28
             "Cook-young landslide" 
             (Mrs. Mary F. Newton, McLean, Virginia; Mrs. Maurice Geshelin,
             Natick, Massachusetts; and Miss Lee Burnham, Hawthrone, Florida
     14    Correspondence reference to March 28, 1965
     15    1965 Apr 04
             "Recipe Landslide" 
             (Mrs. Gertrude Crandall, Maywood, Illinois; Mrs. Callie S. Smith,
             Houston, Texas; Mrs. John Driskell, Weston, Missouri; Mrs. Jean D.
             Farrar, Newport, Kentucky; and Mrs. Ernest D. Shelton, Jr.,
             Indianapolis, Indiana)
     16    Correspondence reference to April 4, 1965
     17    1965 Apr 11
             "Recipe Swap" 
             (Mrs. Nelli Chappell, Coeur d' Alene, Idaho; Mrs. Gloria Tessman,
             Portland, Oregon; and Yvonne Dowell, St. Louis, Missouri)
     18    Correspondence reference to April 11, 1965 
     19    1965 Apr 18
             "Cook Young-Cook Quick" 
             (Mrs. Michael J. Miller, Jr., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Marguerite
             Roberts, New York City, New York; Mrs. T. W. Pellicer, Keystone
             Heights, Florida; Mrs. Wayne Cooper, Kansas City, Kansas; and Mrs.
             D. J. Strachan, Longview, Texas)
     20    Correspondence reference to April 18, 1965
     21    1965 Apr 25
             "4 New Quickies" 
             (Mrs. H. C. Wortman, Jr., Upper Montclair, New Jersey; Helen W.
             MacAndrews, Wilmington, Delaware; Vera Fitzjohn, Pittsburgh,
             Pennsylvania; and Mrs. Mary McDole, Castile, New York)
     22    Correspondence reference to April 25, 1965
     23    1965 May 02
             "Short-Cut Swap" 
             (Mrs. Dwight Miller, Hamilton, Ohio; Athena B. Waisman, Tampa,
             Florida; Marian G. Whitehouse, Tempe, Arizona; Mrs. Nell McFillen,
             Kansas City, Kansas; and Mrs. Robert Greenhalgh, Willow Grove,
             Pennsylvania)
     24    Correspondence reference to May 02, 1965
     25    1965 May 09
             "Swapping Recipes" 
             (Mrs. Charles N. Weston, North Providence, Rhode Island;  Mrs.
             Roger L. Moore, San Jose, California; Mrs. Betty Cobillas, St.
             Louis, Missouri; and Mrs. L. O. Olson, Pardeeville, Wisconsin)
     26    Correspondence reference to May 9, 1965
     27    1965 May 16
             "Borrow a Recipe!" 
             (Louise Budde DeLaurentis, Ithaca, New York; Mrs. Jean Kane,
             Glenarm, Maryland; and Cynthia K. Carey, Boston, Massachusetts)
     28    Correspondence reference to May 16, 1965
     29    1965 May 23
             "The Easy Way" 
             (James D. Koen, Germantown, Tennessee; Mrs. Mary Grahl, Southgate,
             Michigan; Mrs. Leslie J. Renneke, Arlington, Minnesota; Mrs.
             George Streit, Skokie, Illinois; and Mrs. Ronald McCauley,
             Corvallis, Oregon)
     30    Correspondence reference to May 23, 1965
     31    1965 Jun 20
             "Desserts on the Double" 
             (Mrs. Frank C. Mars, Bay Village, Ohio; Ruth C. Klees, Oak Park,
             Illinois; Mrs. James C. Miller, Cherokee, Iowa; and Shirley
             Jancic, Dravosburg, Pennsylvania)
     32    Correspondence reference to June 20, 1965
     33    1965 Jun 27
             "No-Cook Cooking" 
             (Mrs. Lydia Sutton, Emporium, Pennsylvania; Mrs. Robert E. Moore,
             Cherryvale, Kansas; Mrs. Samuel Fraser, Geneseo, New York; and
             Mrs. Thomas A. Peitz, Detroit, Michigan)
     34    Correspondence reference to June 27, 1965

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1965 Jul-Dec
107  01    1965 Jul 11
             "Quick Chicken" 
             (Mary Zweig, Saratogo, California; Mrs. David C. Thoen, New
             Bedford, Massachusetts; and Georgia Dotson, Washington, D.C)
     02    Correspondence reference to July 11, 1965
     03    1965 Jul 18, Chicago, Illinois
             "Gourmet Bachelor" 
             (Edward Johnson)
     04    1965 Jul 25, Honolulu, Hawaii
             "Party Pups" 
             (Cecelia Gaughan)
     05    Correspondence reference to July 25, 1965
     06    1965 Aug 01
             "Sandwich Suppers" 
             (Mrs. Frank L. Mayer, Hendersonville, North Carolina; Mrs. R. L.
             Wilson, El Campo, Texas; and Mrs. E. J. Tomczuk, Kansas City, Kansas) 
     07    Correspondence reference to August 01, 1965
     08    1965 Aug 08
             "Too Hot to Cook" 
             (Mrs. Karl Cole, Osawatomie, Kansas; Mrs. William O'Connell, St.
             Ann, Missouri; Mrs. J. B. Pfouts, Portland, Oregon; and Mrs. Ella
             Jannereth, Wyoming, Michigan)
     09    Correspondence reference to August 08, 1965
     10    1965 Aug 22, Denver, Colorado
             "Come To Dinner Western Style" 
             (Jerome and Beverly Anderson Nemiro)
     11    1965 Sep 05
             "Piggy-Bank Meat Treats" 
             (Mrs. Douglas S. Evans, Freeport, Long Island, New York and
             Benjamin De Rosa, Alexandria, Virginia)
     12    Correspondence reference to September 05, 1965
     13    1965 Sep 12, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
             "Catch Your Own Dinner!" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. Jack Benesh)
     14    Correspondence reference to September 12, 1965
     15    1965 Sep 19
             "The Young Set Cook Young" 
             (Alecia Leigh Couch, Dallas, Texas; 
             Gail Kafka, Clintonville, Wisconsin; Beverly Wiebe, Wilmington,
             Delaware; and Mary Jo Scanlon, Kansas City, Missouri)
     16    Correspondence reference to September 19, 1965
     17    1965 Sep 26
             "Hasty Cakes" 
             (Mrs. Raymond Coonrod, St. Louis, Missouri; Miss Gertrude Knickelbein,
             West Bend, Wisconisn; and Mrs. Leona J. Haas, Tampa, Florida)
     18    Correspondence reference to September 26, 1965
     19    1965 Oct 05
             "Vegetable Swap" 
             (Mrs. Donald R. Inglis, Poland, Ohio and Josephine M. Bibbee,
             Detroit, Michigan)
     20    Correspondence reference to October 5, 1965
     21    1965 Oct 10
             "Second-Generation Touch" 
             (Mrs. Mamie H. Whitmore, Memphis, Tennessee; Mrs. Robert C.
             Patton, Birmingham, Alabama; Mrs. Harold F. Larmer, San Jose,
             California; and Stephanie K. Kolman, Secane, Pennsylvania)
     22    Correspondence reference to October 10, 1965
     23    1965 Oct 17, Winfield, Iowa
             "Down-on-the-Farm Feast" 
             (Mrs. Philip Crawford)
     24    1965 Oct 24
             "Dinner off the Shelf" 
             (Mrs. Paula J. Squirelock, Levittown, Pennsylvania; Daisy Wilcox,
             Balaton, Minnesota; and Mrs. Phyllis Conover, Portsmouth, Virginia)
     25    Correspondence reference to October 24, 1965
     26    1965 Oct 31
             "The People's Choice" 
             (Mrs. George I. Willis, Cincinnati, Ohio; Mrs. Donald B. Horan,
             Chicago, Illinois; Don Stucki Family, Paris, Idaho; and Mrs. E. L.
             McDonald, Baltimore, Maryland)
     27    Correspondence reference to October 31, 1965
     28    1965 Nov 14
             "Thanksgiving Pies" 
             (Mrs. Paul Schreier, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania)
     29    Correspondence reference to November 14, 1965
     30    1965 Nov 21
             "Leftover Delights" 
             (Betsy Nichols, Biloxi, Mississippi and Fran Abrams, Plymouth
             Meeting, Pennsylvania) 
     31    Correspondence reference to November 21, 1965
     32    1965 Nov 28
             "Pies That Please" 
             (Mrs. June Taylor, Memphis, Tennessee; Mrs. Andrew McLaughlin,
             Buffalo, New York; and Mrs. Bruce Roberts, Beech Grove, Indiana)
     33    Correspondence reference to November 28, 1965
     34-35 1965 Dec 05
             "Clementine Paddleford's Christmas" 
     36    1965 Dec 12
             "Imagination" 
             (Pat Klein, Kearns, Utah; Sophie Siransick, Philadelphia,
             Pennsylvania; and Mrs. William H. Friedman, New York City, New York)
     37    Correspondence reference to December 12, 1965
     38    1965 Dec 19
             "Home from School" 
             (Linda Chandler, Birmingham, Alabama; Linda Rose, Cleghorn, Iowa;
             Janine Decoster, Lawrence, Kansas; and Linda Crandall, Salt Lake
             City, Utah)
     39    Correspondence reference to December 19, 1965

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1966 Jan-Aug 
108  01    1966 Jan 09
             "Her Very Own Recipe" 
             (Barbara Birk, American Fork, Utah; Opal Fuller, Minneapolis,
             Minnesota; Mrs. Gerald Gilbertson, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and Mrs.
             Kenneth J. Garner , Williamsville, New York)
     02    Correspondence reference to January 9, 1965
     03    1966 Jan 16
             "Party Days" 
             (Mrs. Robert C. Hellrung, Columbus, Texas; Mrs. S. L. Faulkner,
             Wethersfield, Connecticut; Mrs. F. R. Kuhns, Allentown,
             Pennsylvania; and Mrs. Fred K. Merha, Sunnyvale, California)
     04    Correspondence reference to January 16, 1965
     05    1966 Jan 23
             "The Baker's Art"
             (Mrs. James. F. O'Malley, Beech Grove, Indiana; Mrs. William
             Epley, Lima, Ohio; and Mrs. R. G. McKissack, Bolton,
             Massachusetts)
     06    Correspondence reference to January 23, 1966
     07    1966 Jan 30
             "Have a Loaf" 
             (Mrs. John B. Vastine, Bartow, Florida and Sandra Schrumpf,
             Troutdale, Oregon)
     08    Correspondence reference to January 30, 1966
     09    1966 Feb 06, Honolulu, Hawaii
             "Crossroads Cooking" 
             (Gail Shootman)
     10    1966 Feb 13
             "Glamour Meat Dishes" 
             (Mrs. William W. Robinson, Jr., Bellaire, Texas and Mrs. William
             E. Watson, Fairview Park, Ohio)
     11    Correspondence reference to February 13, 1966
     12    1966 Feb 27
             "Food News"
     13    Correspondence reference to February 27, 1966
     14    1966 Mar 06
             "Food News"
     15    Correspondence reference to March 6, 1966
     16    1966 Mar 13, Seville, Spain
             "What's Cooking in Spain" 
     17    Correspondence reference to March 13, 1966
     18    1966 Mar 20
             "Food News" 
             (Kitchen Quick-Tricks) 
     19    1966 Mar 27
             "Food News" 
             (Ice Cream Muffins)
     20    Correspondence reference to March 27, 1966
     21    1966 Apr 03
             "Food News" 
             (San Francisco Special, Tomato Timbales)
     22    Correspondence reference to April 3, 1966
     23    1966 Apr 10, Marina Cay, British Virgin Islands
             "Caribbean Casserole" 
             (Jean and Allen Batham)
     24    Correspondence reference to April 10, 1966
     25    1966 Apr 17
             "Food News" 
             (Icy Treat, Cold Soup)
     26    1966 Apr 24
             "Food News" 
             (Neat 'n' Sweet, decorate a cake)
     27    Correspondence reference to April 24, 1966
     28    1966 May 01
             "Food News" 
             (Designed for Dunking, doughnuts)
     29    Correspondence reference to May 1, 1966
     30    1966 May 08
             "Food News" 
             (Jigsaw Party)
     31    Correspondence reference to May 8, 1966
     32    1966 May 15
             "Food News" 
             (Inside Story, fruit and Quick Tricks)
     33    1966 May 22
             "Food News" 
             (Party Potatoes)
     34    1966 Jun 05, Linlithgow, Scotland
             "Lady with a Secret" 
             (Mrs. Gena MacKinnon)
     35    Correspondence reference to June 5, 1966
     36    1966 Jun 12 
             "Food News" 
             (Twirly-bird, battery-powered fork)
     37    Correspondence reference to June 12, 1966
     38    1966 Jun 19
             "Food News" 
             (Hors D'Oeuvres Plus!, Rudolph Stanish and Mrs. Jerome Nemiro)
     39    1966 Jun 26
             "Food News" 
             (Super Sodas and Yummy Yogurt)
     40    1966 Jul 3
             "Your Cook Young Cook Book"
     41    1966 Jul 10
             "Food News" 
             (Tenderly Wrap and Plastic Pot)
     42    Correspondence reference to July 10, 1966
     43    1966 Jul 17
             "Food News" 
             (High-Flying Chicken)
     44    Correspondence reference to July 17, 1966
     45    1966 Jul 24
             "2,000 Guests for Dinner" 
             (Chef Joseph McDonald and H. Lester Harwood)
     46    1966 Jul 31
             "Food News" 
             (Latin American Accent)
     47    1966 Aug 07
             "Food News" 
             (Chicken-Furters)
     48    Correspondence reference to August 7, 1966
     49    1966 Aug 14
             "Food News" 
             (Melons Galore)
     50    1966 Aug 21
             "Food News" 
             (Saucy Treat, Mincemeat Barbecue Sauce)
     51    1966 Aug 28
             "Food News" 
             (Freezing Tricks)
     52    Correspondence reference to August 28, 1966

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1966 Sep-Dec
109  01    1966 Sep 11, London, England
             "Merrie Meals from England" 
     02    1966 Sep 18
             "Food News" 
             (Onions, Anise Fruit Syrup, and Sherry Sour)
     03    1966 Sep 25
             "Mexican Mealtime Magic" 
             (Dr. Anita Brenner)
     04    1966 Oct 02
             "Food News" 
             (Rosy Potato Salad)
     05    Correspondence reference to October 2, 1966
     06    1966 Oct 09
             "Food News" 
             (Eating Abroad)
     07    1966 Oct 16
             "Food New" 
             (Memorable Picnic)
     08    1966 Oct 23
             "Global Gourmets"
     09    1966 Oct 30
             "Food News" 
             (Pork Kraut Stew)"
     10    Correspondence reference to October 30, 1966
     11    1966 Nov 06
             "Food News" 
             (Pumpkin Parade)
     12    Correspondence reference to November 6, 1966
     13    1966 Nov 13
             "Cook Young" 
             (Eating Fun)
     14    1966 Nov 20, Minneapolis, Minnesota
             "Teen-ager in the Kitchen" 
             (Marcia Banks and brothers Robert and Alexander and sister, Roberta)
     15    Correspondence reference to November 20, 1966
     16    1966 Nov 27
             "Cook Young" 
             (Coffee-can Cookery)
     17    Correspondence reference November 27, 1966
     18-19   1966 Dec 04, Nantucket, Massachusetts
             (Miss Pearl Ober) 
             [Draft of article, printed article missing] 
     20    Correspondence reference to December 4, 1966
     21    1966 Dec 11
             "Cook Young" 
             (Scotch Eggs)
     22    Correspondence reference to December 11, 1966
     23    1966 Dec 18
             "Cook Young" 
             (Chocolate Charmers)
     24    Correspondence reference to December 18, 1966
     25    1966 Dec 25
             "Cook Young" 
             (New Year Giving)

           This Week Magazine, "How America Eats," 1967 Jan-Nov
110  01    1967 Jan 01
             "Cook Young" 
             (New Years Resolutions)
     02    1967 Jan 08, Upper Montclair, New Jersey
             "Cook Young"
             (Mrs. Charles Porzig)
     03    1967 Jan 15
             "Cook Young"
             (Curry Powder)
     04    1967 Jan 22, Hong Kong, Japan
             "The Hong Kong Approach" 
             (Rebecca Hsu)
     05    1967 Jan 29
             "Cook Young" 
             (Parsnip)
     06    1967 Feb 05
             "Cook Young" 
             (Valentine's Day)
     07    1967 Feb 12
             "Cook Young" 
             (Zabaglione)
     08    1967 Feb 19
             "Cook Young" 
             (French style cut green beans)
     09    1967 Feb 26, Trenton, Michigan
             "Working Wife's A+ Recipes" 
             (Barbara and Douglas Gilbert)
     10    1967 Mar 05, Hatteras, North Carolina
             "Cook Young" 
             (Mrs. Ivey P. Balten)
     11    1967 Mar 12, Boston, Massachusetts
             "Career Girl Special" 
             (David Heald, Vice-President, Putnam Fund Distributors, Inc.)
     12    1967 Mar 19, Bowdon, North Dakota
             "Cook Young" 
             (Emy Lou Carlson)
     13    1967 Apr 02, Shawnee Mission, Kansas
             "Cook Young" 
             (Mrs. F. Earle Webb)
     14    Correspondence reference to April 2, 1967
     15    1967 Apr 09, St. Paul, Minnesota
             "Cook Young" 
             (Mrs. Richard E. Ya Deau)
     16    1967 Apr 12
             Kitchens 
             [article missing, have galley proof]
     17    Correspondence reference to April 12, 1967
     18    1967 Apr 16
             "Cook Young" 
             (Marylin B. and Robert Seely)
     19    Correspondence reference to April 16, 1967
     20    1967 Apr 23, Ottumwa, Iowa
             "Cook Young" 
             (Mrs. Helen G. Austin)
     21    Correspondence reference to April 23, 1967
     22    1967 Apr 30, Jacksonville, Floriad
             "Cook Young" 
             (Mrs. Norman Danglo)
     23    Correspondence reference to April 30, 1967
     24    1967 May 07
             "Attention: Young Gourmets" 
             (Mrs. Mildren Oppenheimer Knopf and granddaughters Cathy and Vicky Cooper)
     25    1967 May 14, Bountiful, Utah
             "Cook Young" 
             (Sheila Huntington)
     26    Correspondence reference to May 14, 1967
     27    1967 May 21
             "Visit to 12 Test Kitchens" 
     28    1967 May 28, Greenwich, Connecticut
             "Cook Young" 
             (Lorraine F. Meloney)
     29    Correspondence reference to May 28, 1967
     30    1967 Jun 04, Richmond, Virginia
             "Cook Young" 
             (Mrs. T. R. Hartley)
     31    1967 Jun 11, New York City, New York
             "Try This Meat Pie" 
             (Elba and Anibal Tamburino and son, George)
     32    1967 Jun 18, Otisco, Minnesota
             "Cook Young" 
             (Mrs. Clarence Rudolph)
     33    Correspondence reference to June 18, 1967
     34    1967 Jun 25, Bethel Park, Pennsylvania
             "Cook Young" 
             (Mrs. C. Hampton Crane)
     35    Correspondence reference to June 25, 1967
     36    1967 Jul 02, Morgantown, West Virginia
             "Cook Young" 
             (Helen Pavlech)
     37    Correspondence reference to July 2, 1967
     38    1967 Jul 09, Fort Myers Beach, Florida
             "Cook Young" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stefanich)
     39    Correspondence reference to July 9, 1967
     40    1967 Jul 16, Salt Lake City, Utah
             "Cook Young" 
             (Mr. and Mrs. Keith Engar)
     41    Correspondence reference to July 16, 1967
     42    1967 Jul 23, West Allis, Wisconsin
             "Cook Young" 
             (Mrs. J. Schietlz)
     43    Correspondence reference to July 23, 1967
     44    1967 Jul 30, Baltimore, Maryland
             "Cook Young" 
             (Mrs. Jessie Dawson)
     45    Correspondence reference to July 30, 1967
     46    1967 Aug 06, Grants Pass, Oregon
             "Cook Young" 
             (Mrs. Marjorie N. Varner)
     47    Correspondence reference to August 6, 1967
     48    1967 Aug 13, Dearborn, Michigan
             "Cook Young" 
             (Mrs. Albert Tomlin)
     49    Correspondence reference to August 13, 1967
     50    1967 Aug 20, New York City, New York
             "For Men Who Do the Cooking" 
             (Art and Peggy Fleming)
     51    Correspondence reference to August 20, 1967
     52    1967 Aug 27, Cleveland, Ohio
             "Cook Young" 
             (Martin Dziak)
     53    Correspondence reference to August 27, 1967
     54    1967 Sep 03
             "Deep Sea Delicacies" 
     55    1967 Sep 10, Winnsboro, South Carolina
             "Cook Young" 
             (Mrs. Homer Johns)
     56    Correspondence reference to September 10, 1967
     57    1967 Sep 24, Washington, D. C.
             "Treats from Two Worlds" 
             (Madame Christobel Weerasinghe)
     58    Correspondence reference to September 24, 1967
     59    1967 Oct 01, Monterey, California
             "Cook Young" 
             (Joseph Beck)
     60    Correspondence reference to October 1, 1967
     61    1967 Oct 08, Fairfield, Connecticut
             "Cook Young" 
             (Mrs. George W. Decker)
     62    Correspondence reference to October 8, 1967
     63    1967 Oct 15
             "Turkey 1967-Style" 
     64    Correspondence reference to October 15, 1967
     65    1967 Oct 29, Middletown, Ohio
             "Extra Special Spinach" 
             (Mrs. W. W. Greist)
     66    Correspondence reference to October 29, 1967
     67    1967 Nov 05
             "Have an Indian Thanksgiving" 
             (Yeffee Kimball)
     68    1967 Nov 12, Seaford, Long Island, New York
             "Cook Young" 
             (Roy and Helen Danks and children, Patty and Bobby)
     69    1967 Nov 19
             "Cook Young" 
             [galley proof only, article missing]

111  01-11 Galley Proofs, No Dates
           "How America Eats" 




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