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Clementine Paddleford Papers

Companies, 1933-1967

122  01     Adams, Mel and Associates, Inc., New York City, New York
               "French-Irish Food Festival At Shannon Airport," n.d.
               "Irish Christmas Pudding - A Holiday Novelty," n.d.
     02     Agress Nut & Seed Company, New York City, New York
               "Reserve Stock Colossal Pistachio Nuts," n.d.
               Correspondence, Booker, Jack R., 1967 Oct 23
     03     Altman's, Altman, B. & Company, New York City, New York
               "Branch Water, Altman's Fine Spring Water, Now Has Its Own
                 Companion Cooler," n.d.            
               "An Enchanting Christmas Woodland Fantasy "Premieres" In
                 Altman's Windows," n.d.       
     04     Amana Refrigeration, Inc., Amana, Iowa
               "Fashions In Frozen Salads," n.d.
               "Here's Foolproof Way To Freeze Corn-On-The Cob," n.d.
     05     American Bakers Association, Chicago, Illinois
               Tradition of Mince Pie, n.d.
     06     American Blue Cheese Association, Chicago, Illinois
               1961 Jan 16, "Blue Cheese Pastries Brighten Valentine Meal"
               1961 Jul 07, "Put Spotlight On Sandwiches Made With Cheese"
               "Peach Crumble Supreme Ideal Summertime Dessert," n.d.
     07     American Dairy Association, 20 North Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois
               1947 Jun 15, "Easy Hard Sauce"
               1947 Jun 15, "Whipping Cream Is Back!"
               1947 Aug 18, "Christmas Cookies"
               1947 Aug 18, Pumpkin and Pineapple
               Correspondence, Gustafson, Marguerite, 1953 Jun 08
               Correspondence, Gustafson, Marguerite, 1959 Feb 09
     08        "American Dairy Association Is Unusual Business Development
                 In Which Farmers Build Dairying," n.d.
               "Butter-Baked Peaches With Orange Custard Sauce Ummm! What
                 Good Eating," n.d.
               Cheese Nests, n.d.
               "Dad Needs Milk For Pep, Food Editors Told," n.d.
               "Dairy Industry Growth Expected To Mushroom In Next Years
                 Program Charted By Dairy Farmers' Association To Expand
                 Dairy Food Markets," n.d.
               "Egg Nog as Dessert," n.d.
               "Hark! The Angels Praise Glorious Eggnog Christmas Salad," n.d.
               "Homemade Candy Ranks High As Thoughtful Christmas Gift," n.d.
     09        "Ice Cream Parades In Easter Desserts," n.d.
               "Let's Take a New Look at Dairy Month," n.d.
               "Shorts and Fillers Buttermilk," n.d.
               "Sour Cream And Cheese Recipe Booklets Now Available," n.d.
               "There Are Casseroles...And Casseroles But Only One Sunny
                 Lenten Pike Bake," n.d.
               "Three Wonderful Cooky Recipes You'll Treasure," n.d.
               "We're Interested In Selling Milk!," n.d.
     10     American Dietetic Association, Chicago, Illinois
               1936 Oct 12-15, "American Dietetic Association Convention,"
                 Hotel Statler, Boston, Massachusetts
               1940 Oct 21, "The American Dietetic Association Welcoming Luncheon"
               Corespondence, Barber, Edith M., 1940 Oct 24
     11     American Honey Institute, Madison, Wisconsin
               "Honey For Christmas," n.d.
     12     American Institute of Baking, Correspondence
               Clark, Ruth R., Manager, Test Kitchen Section, 1956 Sep
                 Recipes, quantity uses for sliced enriched bread, French
                    or Vienna bread and sliced sandwich buns
     13        Clark, Ruth R., Manager, Test Kitchen Section, 1961 Oct
     14        Clark, Ruth R., Manager, Test Kitchen Section, 1962 Dec 28
               Clark, Ruth R., from Paddleford, 1963 Jan 02 
                 Recipes for child cooks
     15     American Institute of Baking, Bakery Products
               "Quantity Guide For Using Bakers Products," n.d.
     16     American Institute of Baking, History
               1962 Christmas, "Steamed Pudding-Heritage From Christmases Past"
     17     American Institute of Baking, Newsletters, Bakery Briefs
               1953 Jun, Aug and Oct
     18        1955 May, Sep and Nov
     19        1956 Mar, Jul, Sep and Nov
     20        1957 Jan and Dec
     21        1958 Jun
     22        1959 Jul
     23        1961 Sep
     24        1966 Mar
     25     American Institute of Baking, Newsletters, Bakery By-Lines
               1953 Jul, Aug, Sep and Nov
     26        1954 May and Sep    
     27        1956 Oct
               1957 Jun, Nov and Dec
     29        19 [?] Oct 07, New release for October 7
               "Breakfast When The Easter Bunny Comes," n.d.
     30     American Institute of Baking, Newsletters, News for Women Editors     
               1950 Jan, "Bakery Briefs," 2 copies
               1950 Mar 17, "The Legends Of Hot Cross Buns"
               1950 Aug, "Bakery Briefs," 2 copies
               1950 Aug, "Stories Behind The Sandwich"
               1950 Dec, "Ancient Egyptians And British Sailors Prominent
                 In Fruit Cake History"
               1950 Dec, "Centuries Of Mince Pies"
     31        1951 Feb, "Bakery Briefs"
               1951 Mar, "Bakery Briefs," 2 copies
               1951 Mar, "Enriched Bread Makes United States A Healthier Nation"
               1951 Apr, "Bakery Briefs"
               1951 Aug, "Bakery Briefs"
               1951 Sep, "Bakery Briefs"
               1951 Oct, "Bakery Briefs," 2 copies
               1951 Nov, "Bakery Briefs," 2 copies
     32        1952 Jan, "Bakery Briefs"
               1952 Feb, "Bakery Briefs"
               1952 Mar, "Bakery Briefs," 2 copies
               1952 Apr, "Bakery Briefs," 2 copies
               1952 May, "Bakery Briefs"
               1952 May 15, "Bread Standards Released Today"
               1952 Jul, "Bakery Briefs," 2 copies
               1952 Aug, "Bakery Briefs"
               1952 Oct, "Bakery Briefs," 2 copies
               1952 Nov, "Recommendations For Stuffing of Poultry"
     33        1953 Jan, "Bakery Briefs"
               1953 Feb, "Bakery Briefs"
     34        "What Calls Back The Past Like The Rich Pumpkin Pie?," n.d.
     35     American Institute of Baking, Recipes
               1960 Sep, "Three Tricks To Top The Traditional Treat"
     36     American Institute of Baking, Recipes, Proven Recipes From The Kitchen
               "America's Food Culture: A World-Wide Heritage," 1964 Oct
     37        "Appetizers," n.d.
     38        "Bread Croutons," n.d.
     39        "Bread Desserts and Puddings," 1956 Jan; 1959 Jul; n.d.
     40-42     "Bread in Entrees," 1952 Mar; 1953 Jan; 1953 Sep; 1955 Sep; n.d.
     43        Bread, Jiffy, 1952 Jul; 1953 May; 1955 May
     44        "Bread Sticks," n.d.
     45        "Bread Stuffings," 1952 Dec; 1953 Nov; 1954 Nov; 1955 Nov; n.d.
               "Bread Stuffing Guide," n.d.
     46        "Bread Stuffings," 1956 Nov; 1957 Dec; n.d.
     47        "Bread Uses And Measurements," n.d.
     48        "Cake Desserts," 1952 Apr; 1956 Mar; n.d.
     49        "Cookie Desserts," n.d.
     50        "Cool Confections," 1966 Aug, Ellen H. Semrow, Consumer
                 Service Department

123  01        "Doughnut Desserts," 1952 Oct; 1953 Oct; 1956 Sep; n.d.
                 Correspondence, Hollister, H. E., 1943 Dec 09
     02        "Fruited Bread Puddings Time Honored Dessert Favorites," 1966 Feb
     03        "Pie Toppings," n.d.
     04        "Refrigerated and Frozen Sandwiches," 1952 Aug; 1953 Jul; n.d.
     05        "Sandwich Fillings," n.d.
                 Correspondence, Clarke, Ruth R., Home Economist, 1949 Jun
     06        "Sandwich Meals for Summer Time," 1953 Jun; 1956 May; 1956 Jul; n.d.
     07        "Toast Varieties,"1953 Feb; 1960 Oct;  n.d.
     08        Vegetables, 1960 Sep; 1965 Oct
     09        Other Recipes, 1952 Nov; n.d.
               Tobbey, Dr. James A., "Enriched Bread, A Notable
                 Contribution to National Defense," n.d.
     10     American Meat Institute, Chicago, Illinois
               [1941], "The Right Kind of Proteins"
               1955 Nov-Dec, "Cuts and Slices," Pork
               1956, Frankfurters
               1957 Dec 05, "'Meat For Christmas' Comes Home Again"
               1959 Apr, Bacon
               [1959], "Barbecuing Meats"
               [1959], "How to Select and Cook Ham," 2 copies
               1959 Dec 24, Meat on the Table in 1960
               Correspondence, Dierking, Frederic C., 1941 Jul 15
               Correspondence, Bender, Bernice, 1959 Jun 03
               Correspondence, Houghton, Cholm B., 1959 Dec 14
               Correspondence, Bender, Bernice, 1959 Dec 16
     11        1961 Jan 09, Meat Production
               1961 Aug 24, Meat Curing
               1961 Dec, "Your Meat Calendar"
               1965 Jan 17, Pork
               1965 Mar 02, "Your Meat Calendar" 
               Correspondence, Bender, Bernice, 1962 Mar 02, Ham
               Correspondence, Bender, Bernice, 1963 Feb 19, Hog Jowl
     12        19[?] Jan 28, Sausage
               19[?] Mar 04, Ham Leftovers, 2 copies
               19[?] Mar 20, April Fool
               19[?] Mar 28, Smoked Ham
               19[?] May 23, Pork
               19[?] May 23, Smoked Ham and Picnics
               19[?] Jul 06, Corned Beef
               19[?] Jul 12, Steak
               19[?] Jul 23, Sandwich
     13        19[?] Aug 24, Meat Curing
               19[?] Sep 13, Ground Beef
               19[?] Sep 27, Ham
               19[?] Sep 28, Smoked Ham
               19[?] Oct 05, Melting Pot
               19[?] Oct 31, Taste
               19[?] Oct 22, Chili
               19[?] Dec 07, Ham
               19[?] Dec 30, Lamb
     14     American Meat Institute, Chicago, Illinois, n.d.
               "All About Ham"
               "Barbecued Franks Are A Summer Meal Treat"
               "Beef Steaks For Broiling: How To Buy And Cook"
               "The Bride Learns To Roast Meats"
               "Bring Home The Bacon; It's One Point Per Pound"
               "Canned Meats Offer Easy, Varied Meals"
               "Cold Cuts Family Buffet"
               "Cold Cuts In Hot Dishes"
               "Cold Cuts Supper Tray"
               Cooking Pork
               "Easy Summer Meals With Canned Meats"
               "Franks With Hot Potato Salad"
               "Geography Of Meat Eating Habits"
               "Ground Beef Recipes Handy For Any Meal"
               "Holiday Suggestion: Whole or Half Ham"
               "How To Broil, Pan-Broil And Pan-Fry Meats"
     15        "It's Not All Boloney"
               "Meat Cooking Tips For Outdoor Meals"
               Meat Buying Guide
               "Meaty Menus"
               "New Liquid Feed Supplement Provides High-Quality Meat"
               "Picnic Grill"
               "Pork Sausage Link Recipes"
               "Quicky Meat Dishes To Help Career Gal"
               "Savory Meat Snacks For Easy Entertaining"
               "Serve Cold Cuts Often During Summer Months"
               "Serve Cold Cuts Often For Family Eating Fun"
               "Serve Tasty Spareribs In Variety Of Ways"
               "Trim-Your-Own Franks"
               Uncle Sam (United States)
     16        Meaty Fillers
     17     American Society of Bar Masters, Louisville, Kentucky, n.d.
               "Yule Season Perfect Toddy Time"   
     18     American Spice Trade Association, New York City, New York
               1940 May 08, "Recipes For Dishes Served At The 'Spice For
                 Flavor' Dinner of the American Spice Trade Association
                 Convention," Hotel Astor, New York City, New York
               1944 May 10, "Recipes for the American Spice Trade
                 Association 'Pointless Dinner'," Hotel Astor, New York
                 City, New York
               1947 May, "40 Years of ASTA 1907...1947," by Christopher Clarke
               1948 May 03, "Recipes, American Spice Trade Association
                 Luncheon," Hotel Astor, New York City, New York
               "American Spice Trade Exhibits Spice Cabinet," n.d.
               "Spice Trade Dinner Has Old New England Theme," n.d.
               "Spice Trade Dinner To Show How To Use Available Food," n.d.
     19     American Sugar Refining Company, New York City, New York
               "Happy Holdiay Hints From Domino Sugar," n.d.
               "Holiday Sugar Cookies," 2 Christmas Cards, n.d.
               "Homemakers Offered Unique Recipe Book On Art Of Sugar Cookery," n.d.
               Sugarplum Decoration For Christmas, n.d.
               Sugarplum Tree, n.d.
               "Sugar Spoon Recipes From The Domino Sugar Bowl Kitchen," n.d.
               Correspondence, Patterson, Louise Lytle, 1960 Apr 29 
               Correspondence, Patterson, Louise Lytle, 1962 Nov 02
     20     Anderson, Clayton and Company, Dallas, Texas
               1967, "The ABC's of Cooking With New Soft Margarine"
               "ABC's Of Cooking With Soft-Type Margarine," n.d.
               "Blue Ribbon Gelatine Dishes," n.d.
               "Seven Seas Italian Bleu Cheese Dressing," n.d.
     21     Angelus-Campfire Company, Chicago, Illinois
               "Angelus-Campfire Marshmallows, History, Manufacture and Uses," n.d.
               "Campfire Marshmallow Cookery," n.d.
               Correspondence, Pell, John L. E., 1942 Apr 22
     22        1935 Feb 15, "George Washington Pie"
               1939 Apr, "Cooking School Scoop," Easter
               1940 Jun, "Cooking School Scoop," Party Favors
               1940 Jul, "Cooking School Scoop," Party Favors
               "Come to My Party," Summer Months, n.d.
               "Come to My Party," Fall and Winter Months, n .d.
     23     Angostura-Wuppermann Corporation, Elmhurst, New York
               1937 May 18, Angostura bitters is going back to the tropics
               1938 Jan 28, "Souvenir of The Angostura Luncheon," Hotel
                 Pierre, New York City, New York
               1945 Sep, "Johann G. B. Siegert's Marvellous Condiment," by
                 Francis deN. Schroeder, American Cookery
               "Angostura...Romance...and Frank Morgan," by Thelma Mends
                 Smith, Culinary Review, n.d.
               "'Odd Drink Survey Bears Fruit!,'" n.d.
               "History Of The Angostura-Wuppermann Corporation's Business," n.d.
               "Wearin' O' The Green," n.d.
               "Will There Be Charm(s) In Your Plum Pudding?," n.d.
     24     Armstrong, F. Wallis Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
               "Things To Keep In Mind About SOUP," n.d.
     25     Astral Advertising Company, South Hackensack, New Jersey
               "St. Patrick's Day Special!," n.d.
     26     Atmore and Son, Inc., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
               1958 Nov 04, "Little Jack Horner Almanac"
     27-29  Baker (Walter) and Company
               [1940], "A Calendar of Walter Baker & Company, Inc., and its
                 Times 1765-1940," The story of this firm is, in miniature,
                 the story of American business
     30     Barton's Candy Corporation, Brooklyn, New York
               Mother's Day, n.d.
     31     Baxter (W. A.) and Sons Limited, Fochabers, Scotland
               1963 Nov 02, "The Baxters Story"
     32     Beatrice Foods Company, Chicago, Illinois
               Cherry Vanilla Ice and Easter, n.d.
     33     Bell and Stanton Inc., New York City, New York
               1964 Oct 07, "U. S. Urges Its Diplomats To Serve American
                 Wine," The New York Times
               1964 Oct 07, "Wine Executive Urges Discretion On Serving U. S.
                 Wines In Our Embassies And Ministries Abroad"
               "Ambassador Stevenson's Diplomatic Wine Cellar," n.d.
               "Fine Wines Of California," n.d.
     34     Bell Fruit Farm, Boonville, Missouri
               Bell Fruit Farm, n.d.
     35     Best Foods, Inc., New York City, New York
               "Real Mayonnaise Variations," n.d.
               "Thirty Years of Mayonnaise," n.d.
     36     Betty Crocker, Minneapolis, Minnesota
               1955 Apr 25, "Betty Crocker Contest, Future Homemakers Seem
                 Adult," by Clementine Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
               1957 May 02, "The Betty Crocker All-American Homemaker of
                 Tomorrow is chosen tonight!," The New York Times
               1957 May 03, "Betty Crocker Contest Won By Ga. Girl"
               1957 Dec 12, "Program showings of Meringue Creations"
               [1957] "The Search Has Begun"
               1967, "The Hostess with the mostest!"
               1967 Jun, Chocolate cake
               1967 Sep, Muffins
               1967 Sep, Orange cake
               1967 Sep, Snacks
               19[?] Aug 26, Betty Crocker Kitchen Opening
               "Biscuit Magic," n.d.
               "Convenient Casserole Hints," n.d.
               "The History of Betty Crocker's Cake Mixes," n.d.

124  01     Bloomingdales, New York City, New York
               1965 Sep 25, "Trade Winds"
     02     Borden Company, New York City, New York
               1940 Mar 01, Spring
               1948 Sep 07, "Drop in Cheese Benefits Menu-Makers"
               1949 Feb 21, "Buying Cheese In Quantity Means Thrift"
               1949 Apr 28, "Mothers and Teenagers Take Note; Let's Go
                 Sailing on Mother's Day"
               1949 Sep 30, "Who Put The Milk On Mrs. Murphy's Table"
               1949 Sep 30, Dairy Distribution, 2 copies
               Correspondence, Kimball, Helen E., 1938 Feb, party ideas
               Correspondence, Webb-Peploe, R. H., 1940 Aug 09, Homogenized Milk 
               Correspondence, Slaughter, Sam C., Light Cream
     03        1950 Oct 11, "The Good Ole Daze," one-act comedy
               1956 Sep 24, Rock Cornish Hen
     04        1960 Sep, "Fact Sheet, Borden's Whipped Cream Cheese"
               1962 Aug 15, "Fact Sheet, Sour Cream," 2 copies
               1966 Jul 06, Mincemeat Recipes
               1967 Mar 08, Irish Recipes
               Correspondence, Murphy, Mary E., 1966 Jul 06 
               Correspondence, Murphy, Mary E., 1966 Sep 06
               Correspondence, Murphy, Mary E., 1967 Mar 08
     05        "Borden's Announces Lower Milk Prices," n.d.
               "Borden's Instant Coffee Fact Sheet," n.d.
               "Borden's Mince Meat Fact Sheet," n.d.
               "Cheese Filled Tomatoes Excellent For Buffet Service," n.d.
               "Cheese Shorts," n.d.
               "Coddle Your Budget With Vegetable Main Dish," n.d.
               "Crystallized And Preserved Ginger," n.d.
     06        "Double Your Money Back," n.d.
               "Eating Out-Of-Doors Is Fun; Also Easy and Inexpensive," n.d.
               "Egg Nog Bavarian Top Party Choice," n.d.
               "Egg Nog Rings In The Holidays," n.d.
               "Fact Sheet, Dairy-Made Sour Cream," n.d.
               "Fact Sheet On Borden's Biscuits," n.d.
               "Fact Sheet, Up-To-Date Facts About Cottage Cheese," n.d.
               "Fruit Cake Magic Ready For Baking In 15 Minutes," n.d.
               "Holiday Hospitality-The Easy Way With Delicious Dairy Egg Nog," n.d.
               "Ingredients Used In The Making Of Borden's None Such Mince Meat," n.d.
     07        "The Joys Of Modern Mince Meat Cookery," n.d.. 2 different copies
               Lobster Newberg, n.d.
               "The man who made this Borden Box Never saw it!," n.d.
               "None Such Mince Meat," n.d.
     08        "October Designated Cheese Festival Month," n.d.
               "Party Ham Loaf For Special Dinners," n.d.
               "Prepare for a Long, Healthy Life," n.d., Senior Citizens
               "Proper Milk Storage In Hot Weather"
     09        Recipes
     10        "Serve Summer Specialty Milk-Fruit Drinks," n.d.
               "Short Space Fillers About Cheese," n.d.
               "Shorts and Fillers Sour Cream," n.d.
               "Spice Sauerkraut And Smoked Meat With Mince Meat," n.d.
               "Turkey Good For Outdoor Cookery," n.d.
               "Use Cheese-Topped Pie For Thanksgiving Mince Meat," n.d.
               "Use Good Basic Cheese Rabbit Recipe To Make Many Delicious Variations," n.d.
     11     Borden Company, Nonfat Dry Milk Information Service, New York City, New York
               1951 Oct, "Nonfat Dry Milk Prepared By And For Children"
               1952 Feb, "Government Study On Family Nutrition"
               1953 Jan, "and May we all have joy and peace in the New Year!"
     12        Bread Dough
               "For The Fashion Conscious - The Starlac Silhouette"
     13     Bordo Products Company, Chicago, Illinois
               [1967], "Fact Sheet Bordo Products Company"
               Correspondence, Rich, Judith, 1967 Oct 13 
     14     Bosh Stack Associates, New York City, New York
               1952 Jul 30, "Warm Weather Meal Planning Tips Offered By
                 Student Dieticians"
     15     Bourbon Institute, New York City, New York
               [1963], "An Admiral Leads The Bourbon Invasion"
               [1963], "Summer Parties Can Be Fun For Your Guest Too!"
               [1963], "Vice Admiral William J. Marshall, President The
                 Bourbon Institute"
               Correspondence, O'Rourke, Virginia K., 1963 Aug 20
     16     Brown Vintners Company, Inc., New York City, New York
               1967 Oct 09, "Boodles British Gin-Newest Status Symbol"
               1967 Oct 09, "Boodles: What's In A Name?"
               1967 Oct 09, "Gin's Fascinating Past"
               "Traditional Holiday Dishes," n.d.           
     17     Bureau of Industrial Services, New York City, New York
               "Bread Omelet," n.d.
               "Coffee Chiffon Pie," n.d.
               "Ham Omelet," n.d.
               "Meat Loaf Special," n.d.
               "Mushroom And Onion Omelet," n.d.
               "Starlac-Graham Cracker Crumb Crust," n.d.
               "Strawberry Bavarian Cream," n.d.
               "Take York Cue From Royal Custom And Give Luscious Mince
                 Meat Delicacies As Christmas Gifts," n.d.
               Correspondence, Bussing, Elizabeth, 1946 Dec 30 
     18     California Fig Institute, Fresno, California
               1940 Dec 03, Dried Figs
               "Delicious Recipes for California Dried Figs," n.d.
               "Dipped Stuffed Figs," n.d.
     19     California Lemon Products Industry News Bureau, Los Angeles, California
               "Extend The Holiday Season With A Twelfth Night Party," n.d.
               "Fancy Frozen Lemonade Cues Make A Cool, Cool Drink," n.d.
               "Freeze A Lemonade Ice Ring For Your Punch Bowl," n.d.
               "Fruit Lemon Rose," n.d.
               "Nutritional Qualities Of California Lemon Juice," n.d.
               "Pink Lemonade Valentine Cake," n.d.
               "Special For Picnics: Can-Opener Picnic Punch," n.d.
     20        "Punches," n.d.
     21        "Recipes For Frozen Concentrate For Lemonade And Canned And
                 Frozen California Lemon Juice," n.d.
               Correspondence, Michalove, Gertrude
     22     Calvert Distillers Company, New York City, New York, n.d.
               Calvert's Tequila Mariachi
               photocopy of photograph of Arthur F. Murphy
     23     Campbell's Soup Company, Camden, New Jersey 
            [see Newsletter Series for additional Campbell Soup Company information]
               1961, "Campbell's Product Parade"
               Campbell Soup advertisements, n.d.
               "New From Campbell 3 Stout Hearted Soups," n.d.
               statement by W. B. Murphy, president of Campbell Soup Company, n.d.
               Correspondence, Miller, Joan, 1960 Mar 14
               Correspondence, Miller, Joan, 1967 Oct 06
     24     Carnation Company, New York City, New York
               1967 Jun 16, "Carnation Slender," Fact Sheet
               "Fact Sheet Carnation Instant Milk," n.d.
               "Food Feature," n.d.
               "The History Of The Carnation Company, " n.d.
               "The History of Dry Milk," n.d.
     25        Correspondence, Myers, Donna H., n.d. 
               "David D. Peebles," president of Western Condensing Company
                 and chairman of the board of Instant Milk Company, n.d.
               photocopy of photographs of Evelyn Bernard, model; Eileen
                 Lester; Virginia Piper; and Carnation Instant Dry Milk, n.d.
     26     Cayton-Klempner, New York City, New York
               "Baked Boyne River Salmon-Emerald Sauce," n.d.
               "Cock Of The Month," n.d.
               "Consomme Befinn," n.d.
               "Modern Menu," n.d.
               "Shannon Salad," n.d.
     27     Central California Artichoke Growers Association, Castroville, California
               "Artichokes...Winter Queen of the Greens!," n.d.
     28     Chambers and Wiswell Advertising, Inc., Boston, Massachusetts
               "A 'Penny Horrible' Valentine Of The Gay Nineties Era," 2 different ones
                 from Rust Craft Greeting Cards collection of antique cards, n.d.
               Correspondence, Sperber, Nathaniel H., 1957 Feb 01
     29     The Chun King Corporation, Duluth, Minnesota - producer of American-Oriental foods
               1964, 1965 Chinese New Year
               Invitation to Chun King Riksha Inn-International No. 1, n.d.
               "Products Of The Chun King Corporation American-Oriental Foods," n.d.
               Correspondence, Paulucci, Jeno F., President, 1964 Oct 09
     30     Cochrane Physicians' Supplies, Inc., New York City, New York
               "Genuine Shearling Sheepskins Specially Selected, Specially Treated," n.d.
     31     Columbia Gas System Service Corporation, New York City, New York
               Correspondence, Simpson, James B., 1964 Jul 10
     32     Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc., New York City, New York, n.d.
               "Eat...and Keep Cool"
               "Menus for Entertaining the Bride"
     33     Consolidated Gas Company of New York and Affiliated Gas Companies,
               New York City, New York
               "Attractive Dishes For Meatless Days," n.d.
     34     Cresca Company, New York City, New York
               1967, "Cresca Swings Into Summer With Three New Instant
                 Imported Swiss Drinks"
               19[?] Sep 17, "Cresca Company, Inc., Holds Tasting Party to
                 Introduce Early American Savories"
               19[?] Sep 25 "Cresca Early American Savories"
               "Cresca Introduces Jacob's Pickwick Biscuits Imported From
                 England," n.d.
               "History Helps You Sell A Romantic Story," 2 copies, n.d.
               "Introducing...Cresca Early American Savories," 2 copies, n.d.
               "Savories Bring Memories of Early U.S.A.," 2 copies
     35     Cresta Blanca Wine Company, San Francisco, California
               "Helpful Wine Ideas," n.d.
     36     Crisco Company, New York City, New York
               photocopy of photograph of Orange Rice, n.d.
               "Orange Rice," n.d.
     37     Cross (Christopher) Associates Inc, New York City, New York
               Correspondence, Schwartz, Barry M., 1961 Mar 29, reference
                 Dennis & Huppert, Inc.
               Correspondence, Schwartz, Barry M., reference importers of
                 Prince Polignac Cognac, Mercier Champagne, and Boissiere Vermouth, n.d.
     38     Crosse and Blackwell Company, New York City, New York
               Correspondence, Auchincloss, Edgar, 1938 Nov 30, reference Mincemeat
     39     Cunningham and Walsh Inc., San Francisco, California
               1961 Jul 15, "Mold Pears And Grapes In Cake-Pans"
               1961 Jul 15, "Stuffed Pears And Toasty Cheese"
     40     Dean's, 57th Street, New York City, New York
               "Easter Suggestions," n.d. 
               Easter, n.d.
     41     De Kuyper (John) and Son, Cincinnati, Ohio
               "Headlines For New Liqueur Flavors," n.d. 
               "New Two Excitingly Different Cordials Specially Minted By
                 deKuyper," 2 copies, n.d.
     42     Dilbert's Quality Supermarkets, Inc., Glendale, Long Island, New York
               "Opening Of One Of World's Largest Foreign Foods Stores Will
                 Make Manhattan A Global Gastronomic Center," 2 copies, n.d.
     43     Dole Company, San Jose, California
               1965 Apr, "Fresh Hawaiian Pineapples Are Available Now"
               "Calorie Counters Oriental Dinner," n.d.
               "Can Manufacturing Plant," n.d.
               "Dole Fruit Cocktail Now Available At Your Grocers," n.d.
               "Dole Hawaiian Pineapple Company, Ltd., Honolulu, Hawaii
                 World Largest producer of pineapple Operator of the
                 world's largest fruit cannery," n.d.
               "Five Feet Of Flavor, A New Style," n.d.
               "Kitchen Successes from Pineapple Land," n.d.
               "Map of Lanai, 'The Pine Isle,'" n.d.
               "Recipe Gems From Hawaii," n.d.
               "Spiced Pineapple Angel," n.d.
               "What Becomes Of A Dole Pineapple From Hawaii," n.d.
               "When You Buy Canned Pineapple," 2 copies, n.d.
               Correspondence, Cooley, Lorane, 1960 Jul 25, with return postcard
     45     Dromedary Company, New York City, New York
               19[?] Feb 28, "Mr. Redfield's Talk"
               "Cake Mixes Inspired By 'Treasured Historic Recipes'
                 Introduced At Dromedary Luncheon," n.d.
     46     Dudley-Anderson-Yutzy, New York City, New York
               "Ac'Cent," n.d.
               "Appetizer Chicken Piccata," n.d.
               Boned Chicken, n.d.
               "Canned Tuna In Vegetable Oil," n.d.
               "Chiffon Breakfast Cookies," n.d.
               "D-A-Y Food Clients," n.d.
               "Fashion Inspires Bavarian Cream Molded Dessert," n.d.
               "Grandma's West Indies Molasses, Grandma Has A New Book
                 Written About Her," n.d.
               "Ice Cream Goes Tulip Jaunty," n.d.
               "Juicy News From The Citrus Front," n.d.
               "Nature's Pampered Darlings...Florida Tree-Ripened Citrus," n.d.
               "Nestle's Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels, Nestle's
                 Butterscotch-Flavored Morsels," n.d.
               "Roquette Canapes," n.d.
               "Those Little Red Peppers In Avery Island Keep Growing!," n.d.
               "Tuna Quiche Lorraine," n.d.
     47     Duff's, New York City, New York
               Christmas Cookies, n.d.
     48     Du Pont De Nemours (E. I..) and Company, New York City, New York
               Correspondence, Riley, Alice E. to Editor, 1933 Mar 23,
                 reference Easter centerpiece
               [1933], "Lovely Easter Basket For The Table"

125  01     Erwin, Wasey and Company, New York City, New York
               "Culinary Tributes To George Washington," n.d.
     02     Evaporated Milk Association, Chicago, Illinois
               1956, "Seafood Melange Will Delight Unexpected Guests"
               Correspondence, Butler, Nancy to Food Editor, 1956 Feb,
                 reference Lenten Menus
     03     Fassett's, Watertown, New York (Fred Fassett)
               "Fassett's Home Cured Hams, Bacon, Sausage, Smoked Turkeys," n.d.
     04     Fleischmann, Stamford, Connecticut
               1954 Apr 21, "Fleischmann Unit Aims To Improve Food Flavor,"
                 by Clementine Paddleford
     05     Flora Mir Candy Corporation, New York City, New York
               "Edible Decorations and Favors Dramatize Parties and Holidays," n.d.
     06     Ford Motor Company
               1940, "Circumnavigators Around The World Menu
               Correspondence, Young, Marguerite, 1940 Jun 28, reference
                 Ford Exposition at the World's Fair in New York
     07     Four Roses Distillers Company, Relay, Maryland
               1966 Apr 20, Sir Robert Burnett's White Satin Gin
               Burnett's White Satin British-American Gin, n.d.
               "The Coffey Still Doesn't Make Coffee," n.d.
               "Who Was Sir Robert Burnett?," n.d.
     08     Franco-American, Camden, New Jersey
               "Hello I'm Macaronios," n.d.
               "Serves New Spaghettios With Meatballs For A Nutritious Lunch," n.d.
               "Why cook all day," n.d.
     09     Franconia Import Company, New York City, New York
               1965 Nov 26, Gift Suggestions for the Man who has everything
     10     French National Association of Cognac Producers, New York City, New York
               1938, Easter
               Easter in France, n.d.
               "Up on your punch lines?," n.d.
     11     Gardner (Fred) Company, Inc., New York City, New York
               "Irish Soda Bread Easy To Bake At Home for St. Patrick's Day," n.d.
     12     General Foods, White Plains, New York
               1966, "Hunter's Moon Dinner With Spiced Grape Jelly"
               "Chicken Goes Country-Style," n.d.
               "Cookie Coconut-New From Baker's," n.d.
               "Crispy, Mild Chicken From New Coating Mix," n.d.
               "For A Tiny Fruit, Cherries Are Full Of Flavor And Lore," n.d.
               "Good News For Breakfast Fans-New Reduced Calorie Syrup," n.d.
               "Honeycomb-Now Even Better," n.d.
               "Instant Breakfast Drink Now In Three New Flavors," n.d.
               "Instant Coffee Jars Make Good Cookie Canisters," n.d.
               "Make A Date With A Holiday Cooky," n.d.
               "New Corn Cereal Is Crackly And Crunchy," n.d.
               "New Product - Minute Rice Now On Sale In Area," n.d.
               "Now That Swans Down Is Back," n.d.
     13        "Pick A Cookie Star And Put It In Your Pocket, Save It For A
                 Snowy Day," n.d.
               "Salt In Your Life," n.d.
               "Sprightly Topping For Homespun Dessert: Pineapple Upside-
                 Down Cake," n.d.
               "Tapioca Is Welcomed Back," n.d.
               "Toast 'Em Pop-Ups In New Brown Sugar Cinnamon Flavor," n.d.
               "Two New Products Join The Birds Eye Potato Parade," n.d.
               "Wanted For Disturbance Of The Peace...," n.d.
               "Your Fourth Of July Holiday From The Kitchen," n.d.
     14-15     Recipes
     16     General Foods, White Plains, New York
               Correspondence, Deen, Marjorie, 1947 Nov 9-22
               Correspondence, Garber, Rowena, 1958 Dec 02
               Correspondence, Jacobson, Ruth, 1967 Sep
               Correspondence, Kohl, Peggy, 1966 Nov
               Correspondence, Mead, Mildred Hearn, 1958 Dec
               Correspondence, Riglin, Roz, 1968 Aug 07
               Correspondence, Symington, Muriel I., 1939 Sep 15; 1944 Jan 13
               Correspondence, Walter, Beryl, 1958 Aug 06; 1959 May 28; 1959 Jun 17; 1959 Jul 06
     17     Gimbels, New York City, New York
               1947 Apr 06, Gimbels advertisement, The New York Times
     18     Glidden Company, Cleveland, Ohio
               (Durkee Famous Foods)
     19     Golden Vale Food Products Limited, Rath Luirc, Ireland
               Correspondence, O'Loughlin, D. B., 1958 Nov 07
     20     Goodbody Limited, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland
               Correspondence, Greville, P. E., Director and Marketing
                 Manager, 1959 Jan 17
               "Goodbody's Irish Soda Bread Mix" - product box
               "Ireland's Favorite Ways to Bake and Serve Goodbody's Irish
                 Soda Bread Mix"
     21     Gorton's of Gloucester, Gloucester, Massachusetts
               "English Style Fish & Chips"
     22     The Griffith's Laboratories, Inc., Chicago, Illinois
               Griffith's Spices
               Barbecue Set
               "Smart, New Jars-Ceramic Lifetime Labels," 2 copies
               "Sevens Seas Selection From 'Round the World"
     23     Guinness Harp Corporation, New York, New York
               "The Gourmet's Guinness and Harp: Including a Menu By the March Hare"
               "Guinness, by Famous Authors, From Dickens to Graham Greene"
               "How to Serve Beer, Particularly Harp Irish Lager"
     24     Gulden (Charles) Inc., New York City, New York 
               1947 May, Salad Days
               1949 Apr, "Easter Breakfasts Need Special Appetite Lure"
               "Mustard Glazed Ham For Easter Feature," n.d.
               Easter Ham, n.d.
     25     Harshe-Rotman and Druck Inc., New York City, New York
               Japanese Sushi Herring, n.d.
               Correspondence, Michelson, Sheila to Isabel McGovern, 1964 Dec 16
     26     Hecker Products Company, New York City, New York
               Papaya Melon, n.d.
     27     Heinz (Henry John) Company, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
               1934 May 08, "Heinz Hostess Bulletin May and June Entertaining"
               1946 Jul 26, "Food and The Heinzes," Tides.
               1949 Jun 25, "In Grandpa's Shoes," by Arthur W. Baum, The
                 Saturday Evening Post.
               1950 Oct 09, "Editors Sample 'Sweets and Sours' at
                 Pennsylvania Dutch Dinner"
               19[?] Oct 09, Food Editors Conference
               "First of 57," n.d.
               "H. J. Heinz Company Films History Of The Canning Industry," n.d.
               "Heinz Features Sauerbraten At Pennsylvania Dutch Dinner," n.d.
               "How It Began," n.d.
     28        "Generic Terms for H. J. Heinz Company and Grocery and
                 Institutional Food Sales Products," n.d.
     29     Heublein, Inc., 3 East 54th Street, New York 22, New York
               "A Complete List of Heublein, Inc. Products," n.d.
               "Flaming Turkey Sets Off Drinks For Autumn Tables," n.d.
               "The Gimlet Is The Newest Star Of Barbecue Buffets," n.d.
               "Smirnoff Presents '59 Ways To Celebrate The Vodka Year," n.d.
               "Something New Has Been Added To The May Wine Bowle-Or Bowler," n.d.
               "Vodka Boom Slated For Parties of '59," n.d.
               "Warm A Winter Party With Mulled Or Sparkling Drinks," n.d.
               Correspondence, Balch, John, 1964 Jul 08, reference
                 question, What is a dry Martini?
     30     Hotel Statler Company
               "European Chefs and American College-Trained Home Economists to
                 Collaborate in Unique Statler Hotels Research Project," n.d.
               Voters Preference, n.d.
               Recipes, n.d.
     31     Idaho Bean Commission, 212 Continental Life Building, Boise, Idaho
               "Out of Idaho's Bean Bags Comes Beanie The Clown, A Bean Bag
                 of Fun for Everyone," n.d.
               Correspondence, Nisja, Ella Lehr, Home Economics Director,
                 1963 Dec 01, "Season's Greetings And-Eatings!"
     32     Idaho Fresh Prune Commission, P. O. Box 1068, Boise, Idaho
               1955 Sep, "Fresh Prune Crunch"
               1955 Sep, "Idaho Fresh Italian Prune Pie"
               1955 Sep, "Sour Cream Fresh Italian Prune Pie"
               "Fresh Prune Dream Cake," n.d.
               "Fresh Purple Plum Coffee Cake," n.d.
               "Fresh Purple Plum Pinwheels," n.d.
               "How To Freeze Fresh Italian Prune Pies," n.d.
               "Ideas For Using Idaho Fresh Italian Prunes," n.d.
               "It's So Easy To Freeze Fresh Italian Prunes," n.d.
               "Things You'll Like To Know," n.d.
               "Things You'll Like To Know About Idaho's Fresh Italian Prunes," n.d.
               Correspondence, Nisja, Ella Lehr, Home Economics Consultant, 1955 Aug 24
               Correspondence, Nisja, Ella Lehr, 1955 Sep 14
               Correspondence, Nisja, Ella Lehr, 1957 Aug
     33     Institute of American Meat Packers, 59 East Van Buren Street,
               Chicago, Illinois
               "Thanksgiving-Season Meats Since 1519," n.d.
               Bacon, n.d.
     34     Institute of American Poultry Industries
               1936 Apr, Chicken and Eggs
     35     Italian Newsfeature Service, 717 Fifth Avenue, New York City, New York
               1965 Feb 02, New England Fish Chowder Dinner
     36     Kaiser Aluminum
               "Aloha," welcomes the Press and Judges for the Kaiser
                 Aluminum Cookout Contest in Hawaii, n.d.
     37     Kellogg Company, Battle Creek, Michigan
               Kellogg's Croutettes, Herb Seasoned Stuffing Croutons, n.d.
               "Macaroni and Cheese-A New Twist," n.d.
               Correspondence, Frisbie, Regina, Director, Home Economics
                 Services, 1960 Mar 09
     38     Kelly (Jack), 22 East 67th Street, New York City, New York
               "Easter at Jack Kelley"       
     39     Knox (Charles B.) Gelatine Company, Inc., Johnstown, New York
               1934 Mar, "Institutional Bulletin for March 1934"
               Collins, n.d. 
               Cranbreaker, n.d. 
               Daiquiri, n.d.
               Half 'n Half, n.d.
               Mai-Tai, n.d.
               Margarita, n.d.
               Screwdriver, n.d.
               Whiskey Sour, n.d.
     40     Kraft Foods Company, Chicago, Illinois
               "Fact Sheet On Kraft's Mayonnaise Blending Promotion"
               Correspondence, Dahnke, Marye, 1956 Aug 17
     41     Leggett (Francis H.) and Company, New York City, New York
               "Fashions In Food," n.d.
     42     Legion Utensils Company, Inc.
               1960 Oct, "Flambé (s'Il Vous Plait) with Legion Flaming
                 Service Ware"
     43     Lever Brothers Company, 390 Park Avenue, New York 22, New York
               "Ye Olde 'Lection Cake," n.d.
     44     Lewis (Bernard L.), Inc., New York 1, New York
               1954 Dec 15, Sesame Seeds
               1954, "The Lands Where Spices Grow"
               1954, "Lesser-Known Spices Gaining Popularity"
               1954, "Twenty-Five Spice Feature Fillers"
               1956 Sep 21, "New England Vegetable Soup"
               1956 Oct 22, "Spiced Baked Indian Pudding"
               1956 Oct 22, "Indian Pudding and New England Vegetable Soup"
     45        1958 Sep 22, "Golden Orange, Nutritional Nugget, Abounds In
                 Healthful Vitamin C"
               1958 Sep 22, "Lettuce Ranching Big Business Requiring
                 Expensive Equipment"
               1958 Oct 15, United Nations Dinner for food writers
               Correspondence, Morris, Mary, Home Service Director, 1958
                 Jul 01, watermelon
     46        1960 Mar 30, "Spice Sales Set New Records"
               Corresondence, Day, Avanelle S., Director, Home Economics
                 Activities, 1962 Apr 18
               Correspondence, Jones, Maryanne, Home Economics Director,
                 1966 Oct 10, pumpkin
     47        "American Spice Trade Association Dinner," n.d.
               "Background on Chili," n.d.
               "Methods of Cooking Fresh Corn-On-The-Cob For Barbecues," n.d.
               "Pre-Holiday Spice Test Urged By Researchers," n.d.
               "Pure Vanilla," n.d.
               "Pure Vanilla," slightly different version, n.d.
               "Spice Chart," n.d.
               "Spice Consumption Sets New Records," n.d.
     48        "Spice Trade Dinner Has Old New England Theme," n.d
     49        Recipes        
     50     Libby, McNeil and Libby Company
               1940 Mar 02, Brief History of Company
               1949 Sep 28, "Fruit Plate Stars In Luncheon Menu!"
     51     Lipton (Thomas J.) Inc.
               Correspondence, The Lipton Kitchens to Food Editors, 1967 Sep 18
               1967 Oct 02, "Facts About Lipton Beef Stroganoff"
               1967 Oct 02, "Facts About Lipton Chicken Baronet"
               1967 Oct 02, "Facts About Lipton Chicken La Scala"
               1967 Oct 02, "Facts About Lipton Turkey Primavera"
               "New Lipton Main Dishes Offer Ultimate In Convenience," n.d.
               "Vive La Different Party - A French Country Buffet Supper!," n.d.

126  01     MacFarland, Aveyard and Company, 333 North Michigan Avenue,
               Chicago, Illinois
               1942 Feb 14, "Valentine's Day Recipes"
               1942 May 10, "Mother's Day Recipes"
               1942 Jun 21, "Father's Day Recipes"
               "Washington's Birthday Recipes," n.d.
     02     McKay, David Company, Inc., 55 Fifth Avenue, New York City, New York
               1956, "Scandinavian New Year's Eve"
     03     Macy's, New York City, New York
               1947 Aug 12, "20 years and 4,151,390 tests older," The New York Times
               1947 Nov 23, "Macy's new Fancy Pantry is open, a Wonderland
                 of food," New York Herald Tribune
     04     Masson (Paul) Vineyards Company
               1967 Aug, "Visitors From Five Continents Tour Paul Masson
                 Vineyards The 'Showplace Of The California Wine Industry'"
               "Paul Masson Vineyards Introduces First American Premium
                 Madeira," n.d.
     05     Matterson- Limerick Bacon and Hams, imported by M. H.
               Greenebaum, 165 Chambers Street, New York City, New York
               "'Green Tree' Brand Irish Bacon-Hams," n.d.
               "Irish Bacon How It Is Prepared and Served," n.d.
               "The Pride of Ireland, The Joy of the World..deliciously
                 different! Irish Bacon," n.d.
               "Timely Hints To Prepare Irish Bacon And Hams," Culinary Review, n.d.
     06     Mayonnaise Institute, Inc., 114 East 32nd Street, New York
               City, New York
               "Appetizer Salads," n.d.
               "Don't Starve To Lose Weight-Eat Salads," n.d.
               "The Newest Hot Weather Vogue," n.d.
               "Uncle Same Advises The Use Of Raw Vegetables," n.d.
     07     Metropolitan Dairy Institute
               1960 Jun 22, "Milk Facts"
     08     Michelin Tire Company
               "Michelin Guide for 1962 Is Published," n.d.
               "Restaurant's Future Told in the Stars," n.d.
     09     Michigan Bean Company, P. O. Box 931, Saginaw, Michigan
               1961 Dec 18, "Final 1961 Bean Crop Report"
               Baked Beans, n.d.
               "Fact Sheet, Michigan Navy (Pea) Beans," n.d.
               "New Meal Magic! Delicious Michigan Bean Dishes," n.d.
               "Would you believe there are 746 different ways to cook Navy
                 Bean Soup?," n.d.
               "You'll love these World Famous Michigan Bean Recipes," n.d.
     10     Mince Meat Institute, 130 East 59th Street, New York City, New York
               1958 Jul 16, news release, formation of Mince Meat Institute
               1958 Aug, "Facts About Mince Meat"
               1958 Oct 16, National Mince Pie Month
               Correspondence, Marcus, Bruce W. To Editor, 1958 Aug 18,
                 announcing the new organization
     11     Mogen David Wine Corporation, 3737 South Sacramento, Chicago, Illinois
               1957 May 10, "The Ruby That Sparkles In The Wine"
               1957 May 15, "Mogen David Wine Corporation"
               "History Of The Mogen David Wine Corporation," n.d.
               "Reprinted from The Glass Packer," n.d.
               "What Diet Conscious Americans Should Know About Sweet Wines," n.d.
     12     Morris Mills, Inc., Chicago, Illinois
               "Morris Mills To Expand Sale of Wheat Germ Flour," Food
                 Field Report, n.d.
     13     Motta, Inc., 157 Hudson Street, New York 13, New York
               "A unique selection of Fine Candies by Motta Milano-New York
               Italy's Leading Confectioner"
     14     Murray-Allen Imports, Inc., 370 Lexington Avenue, New York
               City, New York
               Correspondence, 'D Caston, Alan, 1958 Dec 02, reference Lamb
                 Brothers, Dublin, Ireland
               Correspondence, 'D Caston, Alan, 1958 Dec 10, confirming
                 telephone call to Paddleford
     15     Nabisco, National Biscuit Company, 449 West 14th Street, New
               York City, New York
               "Nabisco Quantity Recipes," n.d.
     16     National Association of Frozen Food Packers, 1415 K Street NW,
               Washington, D. C.
               "A De Luxe Dessert For Valentine's Day"
     17     National Canners Association, 1133 20th Street NW, Washington, D. C.
               1949 Aug 01, "'Plums Frosted' Make It A Party"
               1952 Oct 23, "The Father Of Food Canning, Nicolas Appert (1752-1841)"
               1953 Dec, "Glazed Apricots Tarts For Two"
               1954 Feb, "Shamrock Celebration"
               1954 Aug 15, "Old-Fashioned Chocolate Roll"
               1958 Jan 21, "Recent Developments And Opportunities For Increased
                 Profits In The Canning Industry," by A. C. Nielsen, Jr.
               1958 Apr, "Planked Meal For Two"
     18        1959 Feb 23, "Economic Trends Favoring Canned Foods
                 Consumption," by Carlos Campbell
               1959 Feb 23, "Government Activities Affecting Canned Foods
                 Consumers," by R. B. Heiney
               1959 Feb 23, "How Government Affects Housewife In Supermarket"
               1959 Feb 23, "People (More And Prices (Less) Increase Canned
                 Food Sales, Says N.C.A.'s Carlos Campbell"
               1959 Jul 15, "Facts About Canned Foods"
               1962, "Storage And Shelf Life OF Canned Foods"
               "Canned Plums and Prunes," n.d.
               "Hearty Sandwich Luncheon," n.d.
     19     National Confectioners Association, 36 South Wabash Avenue,
               Chicago, Illinois
               "Dessert Treats For the 'Irish,'" n.d.
               "St. Patrick Dessert Treats," n.d.
     20     National Dairy Council, 219 East 44th Street, New York 17, New York
               1942 Jan, "The Food Value Of Vanilla Ice Cream"
               1948, "The Making of Eggnog, a history with recipes"
     21        1948 Mar, "How Americans Use Their Dairy Products"
     22        1957, "Party Eggnog Recipes from the greater New York
                 program of the National Dairy Council"
               1961 Nov 20, "Classified 'Top Secret'?," Eggnogs
               1964 Apr, "Butter"
               1964 Apr, "Cheese"
               1964 Apr, "Cottage Cheese"
               1964 Apr, "Dairy Sour Cream"
               1964 Apr, "Evaporated Milk"
               1964 Apr, "Ice Cream"
               1964 Apr, "Instant Nonfat Dry Milk"
               1964 Apr, "Yogurt"
               1964, "June Dairy Month-1964"
               1964, "Favorite Dairy Recipes"
               1966 Jul 20, Harris, Arline, Home Economics Consultant 
               1966 Dec, Holidays
               Correspondence, Rowell, E. J., 1958 Nov 24
     23        "A Milk Story From Your Dairy Farmers"
               1954 Jun 18, "There's Cold, Cold Milk For Drinking"
               1954 Jul 23, "Peaches-and-cream is the theme of new recipes
                 coming from home economists for the Greater New York
                 Program of the National Dairy Council"
               1954 Oct 15, Sour Cream
               1954 Oct 23, Oyster Stews
               1955 Jun 10, Adults, two glasses of milk a day    
               1955 Aug 31, Late summer vegetables
               1955 Sep 20, Children, ages six to twelve
               1955 Sep 23, Rice Crop
               1955 Oct 27, Sunday Brunch
               1955 Dec 02, Eggnog Recipes
               1955 Dec 12, Eggnog Recipes
               1955 Dec 14, Eggnogs suggested for children
     24        1956 Mar 16, Lenten Menus
               1956 Jul 16, Red Raspberries
               1956 Oct 15, Shrimp Baskets
               1956 Dec 05, Holiday Festivities in Old New York 
               1956 Dec 11, "Give An Eggnog Party-They're Wonderful!"
               1956 Dec 14, Turkey
               1957 Jan 18, Hot-Beverage Recipes
               1957 Feb 08, "George Washington started something!"
               1957 May 28, "Make Mine Milk Punch-It Is June Dairy Month"
               1957 Dec 16, Pie-Making
     25        1958 Jan 28, Fish Soups
               1958 Mar 25, Hard-Cooked Eggs
               1958 May 28, "All Honor To The Cow-Facts and Fiction," by
                 Will A. Foster
               1958 Jun 06, Dairy Month
               1958 Jun 19, Wason, Betty, reference pre-holiday tasting of
                 Hors d'Oeuvres International at the Overseas Press Club
                 on July 17, 1958
               1958 Jun 20, closed June Dairy Month
               1958 Aug 01, Chilled Soup
               1958 Aug 22, Maine Lobster
               1958 Nov 24, Eggnog recipes for holiday parties
               1958 Nov 24, Holiday beverages
               1959 Mar 13, Milk Drinks
               1959 Mar 27, Chicken
               1959 Mar 15, Molded Salads
     26        1962 Jun, "June Is Dairy Month"
               1962, "Be Fit Drink Milk"
               1962, "A Cake To Say 'Happy Father's Day'"
               1962, "A Calendar of Favorite Dairy Dishes for June"
               Correspondence, Rowell, E. J. to Friend, 1962 May
               Correspondence, Harris, Arline, 1962 May 23
     27        1962, "Dairy Delights For The Outdoors"
               1962, "Dairy Foods Dress Up June Menus"
               1962, "for your pleasure Buttermilk"
               1962, "Iced Milk Drinks Tall, Cool, Refreshing..."
               1962, "It May Sound Different On Every Tongue...But It
                 Tastes The Same 'Wonderful Good'...It's Cottage Cheese"
               1962, "June Is Dairy Month"
               1962, "Macaroni Picnic Loaf Summer Meal-In-One"
               1962, "Milk...A Bargain In Nutrition"
               1962, "Milk Essential For Senior Citizens"
               1962, "Supplying Milk To Greater New York Requires Nearly
                 90,000 Workers"
               1962, "Tasty Tonic For Spring Meals- Rhubarb Cream Pie"
               1962, "Teenage 'Shake-Ups'"
               1962, "Versatile Cheese Soup Stars For Dairy Month"
               1962, "What's In A Name? Sour Cream"
     28        1958, "Milk...Its Food Value"
               "66 Nutrients in Milk," n.d.
               "Buttermilk-Cool Solution To Hot Summer Days," n.d.
               "Cool Diets Combat Heat Wave Risks," n.d.
               "Dairy Month Is A Season Of Plenty," n.d.
               "Fluid Milk Through The Ages," n.d. 
               "Milk Builds Health Holds Down Food Costs," n.d.
               "Milk Holds The Spotlight Among Today's Economy Foods," n.d.
               "Shorts and Fillers Cottage Cheese," n.d.
               "Shorts and Fillers Milk," n.d.
               "Tomato Mushroom Soup," n.d.
     29        [1961] "It's Always Time For Eggnog, A History of Eggnog and
                 A Collection of Recipes For Festive Occasions Round the
                 Clock, and Round the Calendar, 1961-1962"
     30     National Livestock and Meat Board, 407 South Dearborn Street,
               Chicago, Illinois
               1946 Apr, "No Finer Eating Anywhere!"
               1946 May, "A Perfect Springtime Dessert"
               1946 Dec, "Eat and Be Merry!"
               1947 Feb, "Nothing Could Be Finer"
               1947 Sep, "Tongue for a Family Meal"
               1949 Apr, "Baked Half Ham for Easter Dining"
               1948 Jul, "Meat in the Best Tradition"
               1949 Jul, "Savory Smoked Butt"
               1949 Aug, "See What's Inside!" 
               1950 Dec, "And Visions Come True" 
               1951 Feb, "Ham's News In Cream Puffs"
               1951 May, "Ham Chunks of Barbecue Brand"
               1951 Dec, "Christmas Cooky Creations"
               1952 Jun, "Cook's 'Gal Friday'"
               1952 Jun, "Dad's Choice - Steak and Mushrooms"
               1952 Jun, "Thrifty Main Dish-Canned Meat"
               1952 Sep, "Hot 'Cold" Meat Serving"
               1952 Sep, "Party Meat Tray"
               1952 Dec, "Holiday Ham"
               1953 Mar, "Carver's Delight-Rolled Roast"
     31        1953 Mar, "Frenched Leg of Lamb for Easter"
               1953 Jun, "Broiled Steak-That's For Dad"
               1953 Jul, "Add New Touches to Cold Meat Platters"
               1953 Jul, "Baked Half Ham-Fruit Baskets"
               1954 Jun, "Party Pizza"
               1954 Sep, "All-American Beef Stew"
               "Plus Values in Today's Pork," n.d.
               Correspondence, Staggs, Reba, Director National Live Stock
                 and Meat Board, 1962 Mar 08
     32     The National Peach Council, Box 516, Carbondale, Illinois
                "Peachy Facts and Figures," n.d.
     33     National Peanut Council, Dupont Circle Building, Washington, D. C.
               "1958 Peanut Fact Sheet"
               1959 Sep 15, "Carioca Tarts"
               1959 Sep 15, "Peanut Bread"
               1959 Sep 15, "Peanut Brittle Mousse"
               1959 Sep 15, "Peanut Butter Layer Cake"
               1959 Sep 15, "Pescado Rico"
               1959 Sep 15, "Quick Peanut Butter Fudge"
               "Apricot-Goober Gooey Buns," n.d.
               "Cheese Nut Lenten Loaves," n.d.
               "Conversational Tidbits For Cocktails," n.d.
               "Georgia Crusty Chicken," n.d.
               "Peanut-Banana Pie," n.d.
               "Peanut Butter Sandwiches," n.d.
               "Peanut Candy Bar Crisps," n.d.
               "Peanut Cheese Lenten Loaf," n.d.
               "Peanuts and Sparkling Soft Drinks Go Steady," n.d.
               "Peanuts Preferred Ham Topping," n.d.
               Correspondence, Seals, William F., 1959 Sep 15
     34        "Pizza Platter Party," n.d.
               "The Powerful Peanut," n.d.
               "Sandwiches And Salads To Go!," n.d.
               "Sherry Ice Cream-Nut Sauce," n.d.
               "Shorts For Food Pages-In A Nut Shell"
               "Texas Applesauce Bread"
               "Tidbits For Cocktails"
               "Virginia Ham Topping"
     35     National Pretzel Bakers Institute, n.d.
               "Favorite Pretzel Recipes"
               "For Bread With a Plus Make Pretzel Bread"
               "New Uses"
               "Pretzel Crumb Crust Makes It's Debut"
               "Pretzel Crumb Pie"
               "Pretzels Make The Headlines"
               "The Pretzel Story"

127  01     Neiman-Marcus Company, Texas
               1957 Oct 14-16, Invitation to "French Fortnight"
     02     Noodle (I. J. Grass) Company
               1953 Mar 20, "New Casserole For Lenten Meals And Easter
     03     Nutrition Research Council, 331 Madison Avenue, New York 17,
               New York
               1953 Jun, "Hot Weather and Food"
               "Continental Ideas Show Cooking Skill," n.d.
               "Good Cook Can Be Secret Of Happy Family," n.d.
               "Great Confections Make Perfect Party," n.d.
               "Magic Transforms Chicken," n.d.
               "Marvelous Bologna Recipe Stops The Old Joke," n.d.
               "Piquant Pepper Pleasers," n.d.
               "Search On For Best Male Cook," n.d.
               "The Secret Of A Great Pie," n.d.
               "Wide Variety In Chip Dips," n.d.
               "An Unusual Recipe For Brownies," n.d.
     04     Oregon-Washington-California Pear Bureau, 605 Union Street,
               Seattle, Washington
               1937 Dec 03, "Important Bulletion"
               1937, "Introducting BOSC Pears"
               1938 Oct 12, "Baked Pears"
               1941 Oct, "Pearecipes"
               Merry Christmas, n.d.
               "Pear Recipes," n.d.
               "Science Approves The Properties Of Pears," n.d.
               "Tasty Treats With Fresh Fall and Winter Pears," n.d.
     05     Oscar Mayer and Company, Madison, Wisconsin
               1965 Mar 06, "Oscar Mayer, Meat Packer"
               "The 'Big' Sandwich," n.d.
               "Dutchess Wieners," n.d.
               "Fact Sheet," n.d.
               "Golden Smokie Bake," n.d.
               "January News Notes," n.d.
               "Liver Sausage," n.d.
               "A Pirate Party," n.d.
               "Quick 'n easy recipes especially for you from our kitchen
                 to yours," n.d.
               Quickie Menu, n.d.
               Correspondence, Edwards, Ellen, 1963 Jan 07
     06     Paas Dye Company, 60 Shipman Street, Newark, New Jersey
               1955, "Gay Eggs Rival Easter Bonnets in Color and Variety
                 This Year"
               "Amusing Easter Egg Customs," n.d.
               Fact Sheet No. I, "75 Years As Assistant To The Easter Bunny," n.d.
               Fact Sheet No. II, "All Through Human History: Comes Spring
                 - Comes Easter And Eggs!," n.d.
               Fact Sheet No. III, "What's New This Year In The Paas Easter
                 Egg Decorating Kit?," n.d.
               Fact Sheet No. IV, "How-To-Do Hints For Decorating Easter Eggs," n.d.
               "The First Easter Eggs In America," n.d.
               History of the Company, n.d.
               "How Easter Got Its Name," n.d.
               "Story Of The Easter Rabbit," n.d.
     07     Pacific Coast Canned Pear Service, Inc., 217 Sixth Avenue
               North, Seattle, Washington
               "Bake Ham With Spiced Rose Pears," n.d.
               "Delicate Dessert Features Pears In Chocolate Filled
                 Meringue Shell," n.d.
               "Dessert Sparkles With Canned Pears," n.d.
               "Share Valentine Greetings With Hearts O' Pear Salad," n.d.
     08     Paprikas Weiss Importer, 1504 Second Avenue, New York 21, New York
               Correspondence, Weiss, Ed, 1962 Nov 01, reference Hungarian
                 chocolate Christmas tree ornaments
               [1964], "Immediate Delivery! New Foods From Hungary!"
     09     Pepperidge Farm, Inc., Norwalk, Connecticut
               1963, "Cookbook on Review"
               "New Cookies-Irish Oatmeal and Spice Nut," n.d.
               "New Year's Eve Buffet," n.d.
               [for additional information on Pepperidge Farm see Subject
                 Series, Women, Rudkin, Margaret]
     10     Pepsi-Cola Company
               1958 Dec, "To Merry People Everywhere," holiday
                 advertisement from Every Woman's Family Circle
     11     Pet Incorporated, Arcade Building, St. Louis, Missouri
               "Background Information Romeo Salta," n.d.
               "From a Distinguished Restaurant Three Classic Dishes to
                 Serve at Home," n.d.
               "Frozen Pasta Specialties Debut at Supper Party," n.d.
               "Introducing Romeo Salta's Frozen Cannelloni," n.d.
               "Introducing Romeo Salta's Frozen Lasagna," n.d.
               "Introducing Romeo Salta's Frozen Manicotti," n.d.
               "Pet Incorporated," n.d.
     12     Pierce (S. S.) Company, Boston, Massachusetts
               Correspondence, Sprague, Charles, 1964 Jan 06
               Correspondence, Sprague, Charles, 1964 May 07
               Correspondence, Sprague, Charles from Paddleford, 1964 Aug 14
               Correspondence, Sprague, Charles from Paddleford, 1964 Aug 17
               Correspondence, Sprague, Charles from Paddleford, 1964 Aug 31
     13-14     [1964], "The Chief Grocer"
     15     Pillsbury Mills Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota
               General Information
               1958 Dec, "Add a Holiday Touch to Pillsbury 'Fun' Mixes"
               1960 Mar 17, Andre, Ruth, Director, Home Service Center
               1964, "September Bake-Off"
               1967 Oct 27, Packaged Mix
               1967, "Dessert Sauce Mixes"
               "15th Grand National Bake-Off," n.d.
               "100 Vie in Battle of the Bake," n.d.
               "Cake Mixes Spin Dessert Magic," n.d.
               "Cinnamon Apple Pancakes Are A Colorful Autumn Treat," n.d.
               "Coconut-Cream Pie Always Wins Compliments," n.d.
               "Combined Apples and Prunes For A Superb Pie Treat," n.d.
               "Corn Meal Pancakes Are Purse-Pleasing Entree," n.d.
               "Cybernetics," n.d.
               "Final Decision," n.d.
               "Hors D'Oeuvres From The Pillsbury Cabana party," n.d.
               "News of Food," n.d.
               "Pillsbury Bakeoff Results," n.d.
               "Pillsbury Mills Sponsors Food Fashion Show in Paris," by
                Paddleford, n.d.
               "Recent Study Shows Economy of Prepared Mixes," n.d.
               "Why a Lawyer Should Learn to Bake a Cake," n.d.
     16        Batter Cake Mix, n.d.
     17        1948 Sep, "Prize Winners in 'My Favorite Recipe Contest,'" Family Circle
                 (Winners - Mrs. James W. O'Neal, Dallas Texas; Mrs. Fred
                 N. LaChapelle, Salem, Massachusetts; Mrs. William V.
                 Boynton, Torrance, California; Mrs. John H. Pearson,
                 Chicago, Illinois; Mrs. Arthur Reed Gilchrist, Bethesda,
                 Maryland; Nellie Bolton Williams, Pottsville,
                 Pennsylvania; Mrs. Elma Everhart,Centerville, California;
                 Mrs. H. M. Strickland, Albany, Georgia; Mrs. T. P.
                 Crymes, and Memphis, Tennessee)
     18        1949 Dec 13, News Release
               [1949], "The First Lady of Bake-Off," by Paddleford (Eleanor Pillsbury)
                 (Winners - Mrs. Ralph E. Smafield, Detroit, Michigan;
                 Laura Rott, Naperville, Illinois; Mrs. R. W. Sprague, San
                 Marino, California; Mrs. C. Arthur Reseland, De Moines,
                 Iowa; Mrs. Eddie R. Wagoner, Bryan, Texas; Mrs. Estella
                 Worley, Los Angeles, California; Mrs. Joseph F. Maley,
                 Osborn, Ohio; Mrs. Robert Monroe, Atlantic City, New
                 Jersey; Mrs. Harry W. O'Donnell, Crandon, Wisconsin; Mrs.
                 Price C. Campbell, Texas; and Mrs. Rhoda Marquart,
                 Beaverdam, Ohio)
     19        1951 Dec 10, "Pillsbury's Grand National III Finalists at
                 Bake-Off, Monday, December 10, Waldorf-Astoria"
               1951 Dec 11, "Waldorf Ballroom Is Kitchen With 100 Cooks,"
                 by Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
               1951 Dec 12, "A Chocolate Cake Wins $25,000 Prize," by
                 Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
               1951, "Brief Biographical Sketches of Finalists in
                 Pillsbury's Third Grand National Bake-Off" (Mary F.
                 Anderson, Chicago, Illinois; Thomas Leslie Bever, Webster
                 Groves, Missouri; Barbara Ann Biddy, Hendersonvill, North
                 Carolina; Thomas Fogerty, Jr., St. Louis, Missouri;
                 Antoinette Herout, Elm Grove, Wisconsin; Peggy Lee
                 Hoskins, Deerfield, Ohio; Juanita Houck, West Plains,
                 Missouri; Molly Jo Hunter, Akron, Ohio; Virginia M.
                 Luzzi, Sebastopol, California; Jack Meili, Minneapolis, 
                 Minnesota; Wanda Jean Miller, Tonkawa, Oklahoma; Carolyn
                 Joy Monroe, Jerome, Idaho; Margaret Ann Olmstead,
                 Topsham, Maine; Ruth Louise Propst, New Brunswick, New
                 Jersey; Nadine Purviance, Minburn, Iowa; Alice Louise
                 Radkowski, Clifton Heights, Pennsylvania; Walter John
                 Rapp, Oaklawn, Illinois; Mrs. Sharon Haynes Reny,
                 Chicago, Illinois; Ermalea Roberson, Bushyhead, Oklahoma;
                 Mrs. Irma H. Rosenweig, Upton, Long Island, New York;
                 Dolores Schlesser, Maurice, Iowa; Mrs. Patrick G.
                 Sullivan, Lawrence, Kansas; Patricia Tatka, Cleveland,
                 Ohio; Helen Constance Thatcher, Charleston, South
                 Carolina; and Deanna Marie Lee Thompson, Alexandria,
               1951, "Pillsbury Grand National Recipe And Baking Contest Of
                 1951 Junior [and Senior] Finalists"
               1951, "Senior Finalists"       
     20        1952 Dec 09, Award Luncheon
               1952 Dec 09, "5 Males Among 100 in Prize-Baking Contest," by
                 Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
               1952 December 10, "Turtle Cookie Wins $25,000 Cash Prize,"
                 by Paddleford, The New York Herald Tribune
     21        1953 Dec 16, "Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest, South Dakota
                 Housewife Wins $25,000 for a Cake," by Paddleford
     22        Correspondence
                 1953 Sep 04, Gerot, Paul - inviting Paddleford to Paris
                 1953 Sep 04, Powell, Bill, Publicity Manager
                 1953 Sep 08, Powell, Bill, changing date of Paris trip
                 1953 Oct 01, Powell, Bill, includes "Pillsbury People On
                    Paris Trip"
                 1953 Oct 14, Biddle, Margaret, invitation to lunch
                 1953 Oct 16, invitation to reception
                 1953 Oct 16, Powell, Bill
                 1953 Oct 18, Recipe Service Correspondent
                 1953 Oct 19, Hall, Ann, Editorial Director, Pillsbury
                    Home Service Center
     23          1953 Oct 14, "From Two Loaves..."
                 1953 Oct 15, "Passenger List, Special Pillsbury Mills
                    Flight TWA Flight #8087, October 15, 1953"
                 1953 Oct 15, Recipe, "Kougelhof"
                 1953 Oct 15, Recipe, "Quiche Homard"
                 [1953], "Fact Sheet Pillsbury European Recipe Service"
                 [1953], "Some Of The Thinking Behind The Pillsbury
                    European Recipe Service"
     24          1953 Oct 17, "Pillsbury European Recipe Service Food
                    Fashion Show, Hotel Ritz, 4 p.m., October 17, 1953"
     25        "Genoise-By The Mile," n.d.
               Green Onion Pie, n.d.
               Prince Bertil's Pancakes, n.d.
     26        1953 Recipes from Paris Trip
                 "Baba Au Rhum"
                 "Beignet Pignatelli"
                 "Buche De Noel"
                 "Creme Frite"
                 "Crepes Jambon"
                 "Crepes Suzette"
                 "Crusty French Bread"
                 "Danish Pastry"
                 "Favorite Doppa"
                 "Genoise A La Ritz"
                 "Genoise Au Ruban"
                 "Les Madeleines"
                 "Linzer Torte"
                 "Pastini D'Albicocchi"
     27          "Pate A Chou A La Suisse"
                 "Pate A Chou Au Dessert"
                 "Pate A Chou Au Volaille Amandine"
                 "Petit Pains Au Chocolat"
                 "Polish Holiday Bread"
                 "Profiteroles Au Parmesan"
                 "Quiche Lorraine"
                 "Scotch Shortbread"
                 "Swedish Broomstick Cookies"
                 "Swedish Church Bread"
                 "Swedish Limpa"
                 "Swedish Skurna Pepparkakor"
     28        1954 Jun 03, Roz 
               1954 Dec 14, Award Luncheon        
     29        1955 Nov 14, "Pillsbury's Recipe, Baking Contest Is An
                 Institution," Food Field Reporter
               1955 Dec 13, Awards Luncheon
               1955 Dec 14, "Coast Woman Wins Pillsbury Contest," by
                 Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
                 (Winners - Mrs. Henry Jorgensen, Portland, Oregon; Mrs.
                 Claude E. Hughes, Orange, Virginia; Mrs. Nicholas Suciu,
                 Otter Lake, Michigan; Karen Folkmier, Battle Creek,
                 Michigan; La Vonn Jost, Stringtown, Oklahoma; Martha
                 Parkison, Encampment, Wyoming; Mrs. Morris Avery,
                 Greybull, Wyoming; Mrs. Louise Ganssle, Glen Ridge, New
                 Jersey; Mrs. Donald Edwards, Lincoln, Nebraska; and Helen
                 Zymalski, Miami, Florida)
     30        1956 Dec 11, Awards Luncheon
                 1956 Dec, "Dumplings Win $25,000 in Bake-Off," by
                 Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune 
                 (Winners - Mrs. Hildreth H. Hatheway, Santa Barbara,
                 California; Natalie R. Riggin, Olympia, Washington; Mrs.
                 Raymond Myers, Milan, Illinois; Irene Korrell, Frederick,
                 Maryland; Barbara Campbell, Dayton, Virginia; Dianne
                 Illingworth, Portland, Oregon; Mrs. Leland E.Ross,
                 Roscommon, Michigan; Mrs. C. W. Myers, Fort Collins,
                 Colorado; and Mrs. Thomas Maguire, Little Silver, New Jersey)
     31        1957 Apr 30, "Pillsbury Bake-Off Moves To California"
               1957 Oct 13, "Bake-Off Contestants Cook In World's Largest Kitchen"
               1957 Oct 13, "Pillsbury Expands Bake-Off To Include Home
                 Economics Students"
               1957 Oct 16, "Cookie Recipe Wins, Widow Takes Top Pillsbury
                 Baking Prize," by Paddleford, New York Herald Tribune
                 (Winners - Mrs. Gerda Roderer, Berkeley, California; Mrs.
                 Richard W. Ojakangas, Warbe, Minnesota; Mrs. William
                 Oakden, Belvidere, Illinois; Mrs. Helen L. Pentleton,
                 Mattapoisett, Massachusetts; Mrs. Dorothy L. Ballard,
                 Denver, Colorado; Mrs. Marshall K. Ludwig, Forrest Park,
                 Illinois; Mrs. Herbert Ward Whitney, Dallas, Texas; Mrs.
                 Tom McAllister, Sacramento, California; Elizabeth
                 Wickersham, Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Marianne Hirt,
                 Lucas, Kansas; and Paul C. Kellogg, Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
     32        1958 Sep 24, "When Dough Means Dough," by Paddleford, New
                 York Herald Tribune
     33        [1963], "15th Grand National Bake-Off News Bulletin"
               [1963], "Pillsbury - G-E 15th Grand National Recipe Baking Contest"
     34        1963 Sep 23, "List Was Fifty Feet Long," by Paddleford, New
                 York Herald Tribune
                 (Winners - Mrs. Roman Walilko, Detroit, Michigan; Gemma
                 Jane Hall, Olympia Washington)
               [1963], "Biographical Sketches of the 100 Contestants in
                 Pillsbury's 15th Grand National Recipe and Baking Contest"
                 (John H. Anderson, Cooperstown, New York; Elisabeth J.
                 Antisdale, Oakland, California; Jane Blackwelder,
                 Crossville, Alabama; Judith Carlson, Amery, Wisconsin;
                 Gloria F. Cassidy, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Karen K.
                 Curtis, Winslow, Indiana; Nancy E. Ferchak; Margaret
                 Godsey, Cumberland, Virginia; Gemma Hall, Olympia
                 Washington; Linda Henson, Monte Vista, Colorado; Roger T.
                 Ivice, Chicago, Illinois; Rebecca A. Jelle, Hibbing,
                 Minnesota; Cynthia K. Kobashigawa, Honolulu, Hawaii; Mary
                 B. Mantz, Wolf Creek, Montana; Austin A. Marks Jr.,
                 Camden, New Jersey; Merry Dee Melinsky, Howard Lake,
                 Minnesota; Caren M. Miller, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;
                 Jean M. Nurse, Anchorage, Alaska; Scherrie A. Peasante,
                 Roswell, New Mexico; Ardene A. Wiebecke, Clutter, Iowa;
                 Hanna R. Albanese, Great Falls, Montana; Loraine J.
                 Albertus, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Dora L. Allen, Elm Creek,
                 Nebraska; Norma J. Ames, Gorham, Maine; Truda W.
                 Bartlett, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Mathilde Bass, Berlin, New
                 Hampshire; Caroline Biancorosso, Montebello, California;
                 Marie V. Brennan, Daly City, California; Edna G. Buckley,
                 Collins, New York; Marie Case, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin;
                 Joan S. Conboy, St. Johnsville, New York; Julia B.
                 Connors, Stanford, California; Viola T. Costanzi,
                 Chisholm, Minnesota; Virginia Davenport, Newland, North
                 Carolina; Ann Dubas, Woodbury, New Jersey; Marie B.
                 Eckroth, Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania; Mary C. Endicott,
                 Atlanta, Georgia; Velma Fedrizzi, Detroit, Michigan;
                 Dinzel I. Ferrell, Long Beach, California; Ann Gaukel,
                 Mukwonago, Wisconsin; Dorothy George, Pemberville, Ohio;
                 Marguerite V. Godshall, Collegeville, Pennsylvania;
                 Margaret K. Graves, Fresno, California; Doris B. Grimm,
                 Bethesda, Maryland; Mary Lou Grunert, Oklahoma City,
                 Oklahoma; Jeanine D. Gullett, Atlanta, Georgia; Jewell
                 Hansbury, Youngstown, Ohio; Prudence Hilburn, Piedmont,
                 Alabama; Margaret Hulls, Columbus, Ohio; Carol A.
                 Johnson, Alta, Iowa; Mabel Johnson, Pompton Plains, New
                 Jersey; Noreen Johnson, St. Louis, Missouri; Marilyn C.
                 Jones, Long Beach, California; Irma Joyce, St. Louis,
                 Missouri; Louise Kidd, Artesia, New Mexico; Edna L.
                 Kneisel, Powhattan, Kansas; Pearl N. Knighton, Chama, New
                 Mexico; Umejiro F. Kuritsubo, Oakland, California; Nell
                 C. Lewis, Platte City, Missouri; Grace Little, Hickory,
                 North Carolina; Arlyne Lyth, Cleveland, Ohio; Jean L.
                 McCue, Portland, Oregon; Emma Jean McKinin, Columbia,
                 Missouri; Dagmar Mallinson, Kansas City, Missouri; Rose
                 Manske, Franklin, Wisconsin; Rebecca Maples, Wildwood,
                 Florida; Jane W. Matheis, Chicago, Illinois; Stella N.
                 Mergel, Glenshaw, Pennsylvania; Mrion G. Mirkin,
                 Westbury, New York; Ruth H. Molloy, Cochran, Georgia;
                 Mary Newby, Huntington, West Virginia; Catherine Olds,
                 Brigham City, Utah; Cleone Pippin, Dothan, Alabama; Helen
                 M. Pope, Arroyo Grande, California; Christine G.Potter,
                 Merion Station, Pennsylvania; Edith Racz, Denver,
                 Colorado; Perna M. Ramsey, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Emily
                 Rezell, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Barbara Ann Schindelholz;
                 Beloit, Wisconsin; Mary Schmunk, Bayard, Nebraska; Sylvia
                 E. Shermer, Klamath Falls, Oregon; Jay M. Smith,
                 Harborcreek, Pennsylvania; Jane M. Smith, San Antonio,
                 Texas; Goldie H. Snodgrass, Hanna City, Illinois; Wilma
                 V. Stegmuller, Lahaina, Maui Island, Hawaii; Carolyn F.
                 Stevens, Overland Park, Kansas; Elaine J. Stoeckel,
                 Minneapolis, Minnesota; Betty Swinger, Grand Rapids,
                 Michigan; Donna Unzelman, Chehalis, Washington; Lois
                 Vouga, St. Louis, Missouri; Melba Von Berhren, St. Louis,
                 Missouri; Elizabeth Vulinec, Hudson, Ohio; Frances
                 Walcott, Columbus, Wisconsin; Mira Walilko, Detroit,
                 Michigan; Ruby O. Westmoreland, Lott, Texas; Jean C.
                 Sehler, Hyattsville, Maryland; Betty Yearling, Payne,
                 Ohio; Ann D. Zacker, San Diego, California; Winno C.
                 Zeigler, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania; and Margaret R.
                 Ziegenhorn, Chicago, Illinois)
     35        1966 Feb 03, "A Sunburst In The Oven," by Paddleford, New
                 York Herald Tribune
               [1966] "Bright Ideas At The Bake-Off"
                 (Lee Ann Reiners, Glenshaw, Pennsylvania; Paul David
                 Bartlett, Tulsa,Oklahoma; Kathleen Lunsford, Bolivar,
                 Ohio; Joeline Malenke, Austin, Minnesota; John Forrest
                 Edwards, Anchorage, Alaska; Mrs. H. Lee Hart, Cathedral
                 City, California; Mrs. W. E. Bredy, Homedale, Idaho; Dr.
                 Gail S. Erbeck, Mason, Ohio; Mrs. L. D. Zieammermann,
                 Kansas City, Kansas; Mrs. John Pessenda, Chisholm,
                 Minnesota; Mrs. L. C. Carper, St. Albans, West Virginia;
                 Mrs. Claudene Potts, Sylva, North Carolina; Mrs. Marie E.
                 Burke, San Bernardino, California; Mrs. H. R. Jernigan,
                 Tucson, Arizona; Mrs. C. J. Helfrich, Houston, Texas;
                 Mrs. John Petrelli, Las Vagas, Nevada; Mrs. Lorraine
                 Hiddleson, Albany, Oregon; Mrs. Ruth E. Conway, Mariposa,
                 California; Mrs. Shirley F. Deckelman, Old Saybrook,
                 Connecticut; Mrs. Albert F. Hinshaw, Orangevale,
                 (Winners - Mrs. Pauline Frazee, Portland, Oregon; Paul
                 David Bartlett, Tulsa,Oklahoma; Kathleen Lundsford,
                 Bolivar, Ohio; Mrs. John Petrelli, Las Vegas, Nevada;
                 Mrs. Alfred E. Roske, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Mrs. C. J.
                 Helfrich, Houston, Texas; Mrs. W. J. Holahan, Chicago,
                 Illinois; John Forrest Edwards, Anchorage, Alaska; Mrs.
                 John F. Park Jr., Tacoma, Washington; Mrs. Ruth E.
                 Conway, Mariposa, California; Mrs. Albert F. Hinshaw,
                 Orangevale, California; and Mrs. Claudine Potts, Sylva,
                 North Carolina)
     36        18th Bake-Off, Los Angeles, California
                 (Winners - Mrs. Maxine Bullock, Topeka, Kansas; Mrs. Ruby
                 M. Crook, Crosby, Mississippi; Carlton Sawyer, Arnold,
                 Maryland; Barbara J. Thurow, Madison, Wisconsin; Mrs.
                 Marjorie L. Linn, Birmingham, Alabama; Mrs. Charles
                 James, Akron, Ohio; Mrs. Earl Wyman, Pembina, North
                 Dakota; Mrs. Earlene P. Cole, Hawthorne, California; Mrs.
                 Herman Tettinger Jr, Bourbon, Indiana; Mrs. Louise Bork,
                 Garfield Heights, Ohio)
               "Bright Idea Food At The 18th Bake-Off," n.d.
     37        "Pillsbury 80th Anniversary Grand National and Baking Contest, 
                 Finalists at Bake-Off, Monday, December 12, Waldorf-Astoria"
     38        "Bake-Off's Bests"
               "Bake Off"
     39        "Pillsbury's Grand National II Finalists at Bake-Off,
                 Monday, December 11, Waldorf-Astoria"
     40        Food Feature, Festive Fare, n.d.
               Food Feature, Happiest Holiday News, n.d.
               Food Feature, Shortcakes, n.d.
     41        1961 Apr-May, "A Look Into Summer," Tasty Talk

128  01     Poultry and Egg National Board, 8 South Michigan Avenue,
               Chicago, Illinois
               1941 Feb 01, "February 'Snowballs' With Cherry Sauce"
               1942 Jul, "Fried Chicken Logic"
               1942 Dec, "Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Wise Quacks For Victory Meals"
               1943 Feb, "Unprecedented demand for Poultry and Eggs"
               1944 Jan, "To The Alert Leader! New Ideas To Use In Your Work!"
               1947 Nov 11, "Fifteen Ways With Fowl"
               1948 Jan 07, "Hen Party"
               1951 Feb, Mar, "The Easter Egg-Origin and Customs"
               1952 May, "Chicken International"
               1952 May, "Something To Keep In View-Broiler-Fryers In May"
               1954 Nov 30, "The Goose Hangs High"
               1955 Dec 08, "Stewing Chicken Goes Modern With Golden Brown
                 Finish in Roasting Oven"
               1956 Feb 16, "Put Your Salad in Shape By Using Mixing Bowl
                 For Molded Harlequin Salad"
               1957 Feb 14, Stewing Chickens
               1957 Aug 02, "Chicken, Popular Trend For Early Fall Meals"
               1957 Aug 05, "A Secret Flies The Coop!"
               1957, "Turkey Talk"
     02        1958 Feb 03, "Say 'Be My Valentine' With Turkey Menu Motifs
                 The Ones You Love Will Love"
               1958 Feb 25, "Indoor Barbecued Chicken - A Winter-Time Favorite"
               1958 Feb 28, "Old Fashioned Chicken Favorites Add New Taste"
               1958 May 05, "Versatile, Nutritious Chicken Dishes Are Key
                 To Sound Dieting Without Monotony"           
               1958 Nov 03, "For Speed, Convenience Drink Your Breakfast"
               1959 Oct, "Turkey In Early America"
               1959 Nov 02, Correspondence reference "Turkey In Early America"
               1959 "Selected Poultry and Egg Recipes"
               1960 Oct 21, "Something To Quack About: The Nutritional
                 Value of Ducklings"
               1960 Nov 03, "A Bird Of Distinction And Deliciously
                 Different The Long Island Duckling"
               1960 Nov 10, "Greetings from New York and New England Apple
                 Institute, Inc. to Long Island Ducklings"
               1960 Nov 28, "Roast Turkey-America's Favorite Feast"
               1962, "Duckling Nutrition And Cookery," by Faith Sellman
               1966 Mar 07, "Eggs and Cholesterol"
               1966 May 10, "Consumer Attitudes Toward Animal Products
                 Poultry and Egg Acceptabilities"
               1966 May 10, Poultry and Egg National Board's 18th annual
                 Poultry Products Booster Day
     03        Barbecue, n.d.                     
               "Barbecued Turkey Perfect For Outdoor Group Eating," n.d.
               "Broiled Turkey With Wine Marinade," n.d.
               "Broiler-Fryer The All-Purpose Chicken," n.d.
               "Carrot Stuffing," n.d.
               "Chicken (Or Turkey) Cheese Chowder," n.d.
               "Ducking Carving In 3 Easy Steps," n.d.
               Easter Eggs, n.d.
               "Eggs, Chicken and Turkey Score 'In The Good Old Summertime,'"
               "Expert Suggests Easy Ways To Decorate Easter Eggs," n.d.
               "Fried Turkey Potato Puff (Or Chicken)," n.d.
               "High-Protein Broiler Chickens Lowest In Fat, Low In
                 Calories, Says Cornell's Prof. Baker," n.d.
               "Turkey Is Your Big News!," n.d.
               "Quacking About 3 Easy Ways To Cook Duckling," n.d.
               "Stewing Chicken 5 Delicious Ways," n.d.
               "Stuffed Turkey Steaks," n.d.
               "Tentative Directions For Cooking Turkey Steaks," n.d.
               "Turkey," n.d.
               "You are one of the Important People," n.d.
     04     Puerto Rico Rum Institute, 600 Fifth Avenue, New York City, New York
               1956 Dec 14, "Greet 1957 With A Punch"
               "Festive Fare of Yesteryear Enhances Holiday Parties of Today," n.d.
               "Tempting Hot Buffet For Brisk Weather Appetites," n.d.
               Correspondence, Trett, Zena, 1951 Oct 08
     05     Quaker Oat Company, 345 Merchandise Mart, Chicago, Illinois
               1964 Aug 03, Dog Food
               1967 Sep 14, "For Southern Flair Serve Grits Hors D'Oeuvres"
               1967 Sep 14, "Grits And Seafood Vieux Carre"
               1967 Sep 14, "Grits' Versatility Limited Only By Cook's Imagination"
               1967 Sep 14, "Juliette Hamelecourt Elkon"
               1967 Sep 14, "New Orleans Grits Pudding"
               1967 Sep 14, "Pudding Plantation Jean Rabel"
               1967 Sep 14, "Robert D. Stuart, Jr., President & Chief
                 Executive Officer The Quaker Oats Company"
               1967 Sep 14, "Smithfield Souffle Du Colonel"
               1967 Sep 14, "St. Cecilia Society Fritters"
               "Fact Sheet, Enriched White Hominy Grits a product of The
                 Quaker Oats Company," n.d.         
     06     Raffetto (G. B.), Inc., New York
               1965 Apr, "G. B. Raffetto, Inc.," Telefood Magazine
     07     Ralston Purina Company, St. Louis, Missouri
               1953 Apr, Easter
     08     Reynolds Metals Company, 19 East 47 Street, New York City, New York
               1949 Dec, "The Heart That Did Not Break," by Dorothy
                 Walworth, The Reader's Digest
               "Fish Cookery, Foiled and Fancy," n.d.
               "Foil Aids Cookie Baking and Packing," n.d.
               "Reynolds Wrap How To Use It With Your Range And Table Top Appliances"
               "Scampi," n.d.
               "Serve Fish With Wonderful Sauce In Foil," n.d.
               "Tart Shells Made With Reynolds Wrap," n.d.
     09     Rice Council, 3917 Richmond Avenue, Houston, Texas
               1961, "Rice Celebrates 275 Years In America"
               1962, "Fact Sheet On Rice"
               "Christmas Rice Fruit Cakes," n.d.
               "Easter Egg Salads," n.d.
               "Hopping John," n.d.
     10     Richardson and Robbins, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
               1954 Dec 09, "Old-Fashioned Plum Pudding Comes Ready to Serve"
               "Facts About Richardson & Robbins Plum Pudding And Fig Pudding," n.d.
     11     Roart (Alphonse) Company, 245 South Farragut Terrace,
               Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
               Alphonse Roart, n.d.
               Correspondence, Alphonse Roart, 1947 Nov 24, personal
                 background information
     12     Romanoff Caviar Company, 480 Lexington Avenue, New York City, New York
               Weddings, n.d.
     13     Roquefort Company
               "Background Facts On Roquefort Cheese," n.d.
               Notes, n.d.
               "The Roquefort Story," n.d.
               Correspondence, Stack, Ruth, 1965 Jul 08
     14     Roth (H.) and Son, First Avenue at 82nd Street, New York City, New York
               "Spaetzle Recipe," n.d.
     15     Sara Lee Company, Deerfield, Illinois
               1964 Sep 01, The Kitchens of Sara Lee
               1964 Sep 01, The Most Modern Bakery
               1964 Sep 01, "Questions And Answer Sheet On Sara Lee
                 Deerfield Bakery"
               "Fact Sheet, Kitchens Of Sara Lee," n.d.
               "Kitchens of Sara Lee," n.d.
     16     Salt Institute, 726 La Salle-Wacker Building, Chicago, Illinois
               "Dietary Salt Juggling The Latest Fad," n.d.
               Hot Weather, n.d.
     17     Schrafft's (Frank G. Shattuck Company), Inc., 58 West 23
               Street, New York City, New York
               1941 Feb 04, "Valentine Hearts In Cake, Candy, Ice Cream At Schrafft's"
               1950 Nov 14, "Fruit Cake And Plum Pudding"
               1954 Dec 04, "Daintiest Beaneries in Town," by William F.
                 Longgood, The Saturday Evening Post
               1958 Feb 03, "St. Valentine Visits Schrafft's"
               1958 Mar 19, Easter Eggs
               1958 Jul 22, "Sixty Years Of Service"
               1958 Jul 23, "Salesman For Coffee and Food"
               1958 Jul 23, "Schrafft's Notes Taste Changes"
               1958 Jul 23, "Schrafft's Opens On Third Avenue"
               19[?] Feb 14, "Feb. 14th Valentine Greetings from Schrafft's"
               19[?] Apr 20, Mother's Day
               "History Of The Frank G. Shattuck Company," n.d.
     18     Seagram Distillers Corporation, Chrysler Building, New York
               City, New York
               Holiday Drink Recipes by Members of the Society of Amateur Chefs, n.d.
     19     Sheraton Corporation of America, New York 1, New York
               Correspondence, C. Peter Davis, 1956 Jan 23, reference Café
                 Bonaparte, Sheraton-Blackstone Hotel, Chicago, Illinois
     20     Sherry-Lehmann Inc., 679 Madison Avenue, New York, New York
               1966, "A New Year's Party And How To Give It," by James
                 Beard and Sam Aaron      
               Correspondence, Aaron, S. [Sam], 1966 Dec 21
     21     Simmons Associates, 40 East 54th Street, New York City, New York
               1956 Feb 21, "Lobsters For Lent"
     22     Siesel (Harold J.) Company, 216 East 49th Street, New York 17, New York
               Correspondence, Morrison, Nan, 1956 Jan 31, reference
                 Buitoni Foods Corp.
     23     Smithfield Ham and Products Company, 100 Warren Street, New
               York City, New York
               "Amber Brand Deviled Smithfield Ham," n.d.
               "Information Abut Jordan's Genuine Virginia Hams," n.d.
               "Plantation Cookery from Old Virginia featuring Virginia Ham," n.d.
               "Some Secrets of Smithfield," n.d.
               Correspondence, Sprigg, J. C., Jr., 1946 Nov 25
     24     Smucker Company, Orrville, Ohio
               1964, "Exclusive For Clementine Paddleford, New York Herald
                 Tribune," reference apple butter with some history of the company     
               Correspondence, Troy, William N., 1964 Sep 10
     25     Spice Islands Kitchen, 100 East Grand Avenue, South San
               Francisco, California
               "Beef Stew Rosemary," n.d.
     26     Standard Milling Company, One Park Avenue, New York City, New York
               Almond recipes, n.d.
               "Full-Color Holiday Cookie Recipes In Flour Bags," n.d.
     27     Stokley-Van Camps, Indianapolis, Indiana
               1953 Feb, "Easiest Way To A Mexican Dinner"
               1953 Feb, "Tart Cherries in Tempting Recipes"
               "Best Wishes For Your Holiday Entertaining," n.d.
               "Ideas for Best Cooks," n.d.
               "Van Camp's Fiesta Foods," n.d.
     28     Swanson (C.A.) and Sons Company
               History and Growth of C. A. Swanson & Sons, n.d.
     29     Swift's Company, 39 South LaSalle Street, Chicago, Illinois
               1967 Sep 18, Turkey
     30     Tea Bureau, Inc., 500 Fifth Avenue, New York 18, New York
               "For Your Great Lover," n.d.
     31     Thompson (J. Walter) Company, 420 Lexington Avenue, New York
               City, New York
               Correspondence, Jesslund, Mildred, 1938 Jul 06
               Correspondence, Smith, James Anderson to Miss Hall, 1938 Nov 17,
                 reference "The Song of the Snapdragon"
               Correspondence, Ridley, Helen E., 1952 Nov 28, reference New
                 Orleans molasses
     32        Correspondence, Tripp, Marian Loofe, 1962 Jan 24
               Correspondence, Smith, Frances, 1962 Mar 05, reference Halibut
               1962 Oct 16, "Fishing Industry Associations Exhibit Gourmet Cookery"
     33        "Back To The Kitchen To Make Peanut Goodies," n.d.
               "Better Eating In '44," n.d.
               "Broiled Lobster," n.d.
               "Chocolate Peanut Icing A Sugar Bowl Snob," n.d.
               "Cookie Jar Handouts," n.d.
               "Corned Beef Sandwich Goes Modern," n.d.
               Fillets, n.d.
               "Fish In Green Noodle Ringe For March 17th," n.d.
               "Food Conservation Through War-Taught Economies," n.d.
               "Frozen Salads Are Summer Fare," n.d.
               "Get Your Protein Requirement With Peanuts," n.d.
               "Good Dressings Perk Up Vegetable Salads," n.d.
               "Good Nutrition In Lunch Boxes," n.d.
               "Happy New Year Punch," n.d.
               Hot Negus, n.d.
               Hot Wine, n.d.
               "Jiffy Dinners Need Special Planning," n.d.
               "Let Peanuts Pinch-Hit For Meat When Points Are Low," n.d.
               "Lunch Box Surprise Party," n.d.
               "Make Way For Summer Treats - Using Peanuts For Extra Oomph!," n.d.
               "Mother's Day," n.d.
               "A New Peanut Butter Dish To "Up" Your Cooking Reputation," n.d.
               "Old Favorite - New Treatment," n.d.
     34        "Peanut Accessories For The Holiday Bird," n.d.
               "Peanut Brittle, A Party Treat," n.d.
               "Peanut Brittle Crisps A Snack Jar Favorite," n.d.
               "Peanut Butter, No-Point Low-Point Food," n.d.
               "Peanut Butter-A Shortening-Plus," n.d.
               "Peanut Butter Chiffon Pie For The Evening Snack," n.d.
               "Peanut Butter Packs A Lunch Full Of Protein," n.d.
               "Peanut Butter Salad Dressing For Appealing Winter Salads," n.d.
               "Peanut Butter Sandwiches, Plain and Varied," n.d.
               "Peanut Butter Sundae Sauce Is Tops For Small Fry," n.d.
               "Peanut Butter Will Help Stretch Ration Stamps," n.d.
               "Peanut Candies Answer Quick Dessert Problem," n.d.
               "Peanut Candies For The Spring Picnic," n.d.
               "Peanut Confection Muffins, A Breakfast Treat," n.d.
               "Peanut Confection Sauce For Ice Cream," n.d.
               "Peanut Confections Rescue Plain Desserts," n.d.
               "Peanut Cookies For Snackers," n.d.
               "Peanut Graham Pudding, A Quickie Dessert," n.d.
               "Peanut Molasses Cookies - Ideal Cookie Jar Filler," n.d.
               "Peanut Pie, 'Top Of The Day' Topper," n.d.
               "Peanut Quick Bread Goes With Salads," n.d.
               "Peanut Quick Bread Is Good Eating," n.d.
               "Peanut Stuffing Fancies Up The Fowl," n.d.
     35        "Peanuts Add Protein To Cold Weather Menus," n.d.
               "Peanuts And Spice In A New Prune Cake," n.d.
               "Peanuts For Health and Energy," n.d.
               "Peanuts For Main Dishes," n.d.
               "Peanuts Give Variety To Lenten Meals," n.d.
               "Peanuts In An Onion Dish," n.d.
               "Peanuts - Little, But Oh My!," n.d.
               "Peanuts Supply Protein And Save Tottering Budgets," n.d.
               "Perk Up Meals With Peanut Quick Breads," n.d.
               "Pie-Perfect Dessert, Perfect Crust," n.d.
               "Poached Salmon And Vegetables In Aspic," n.d.
               "Production Line Sandwich Technique," n.d.
               "Protein-Packed Peanut Butter Peps Up Dinner Menus," n.d.
               "Protein Packed Peanuts For The Meatless Menu," n.d.
               "A Quickie Snack With Peanut Confection," n.d.
               "Red Cross Mobile Canteens Return," n.d.
               "Serve This Refreshing Punch On New Year's Eve," n.d.
               "Start Off With Soup"=," n.d.
               "Time For Just One More Picnic," n.d.
               "Use Protein-Packed Peanuts - They're Plentiful, Popular," n.d.
               "The Valentine," n.d.
               "Welcome The Picnic Season With A Blue Ribbon Party," n.d.
     36     Tillie Lewis Foods Inc., New York, New York
               "A Concentrated Egg For Dieters Readied By Ogden Subsidiary"
     37     Turfan Inc., 1331 U. S. Route # 1, Linden, New Jersey
               1967 Oct 12, "New Home Of Tufram Cookware"
     38     Turntable Junction Company, Flemington, New Jersey
               1967, Bullock, Mildred, "Sour Cream Coffee Cake"
               1967, Burry, Allen, "Heavy Cream Fudge"
               1967, Caka, Clara, Home Made Preserves
               1967, Tallamy, Betty, "White Bread Recipe"
               Correspondence, Koppel, Ken, 1967 Jul 27

129  01     Union Carbide Corporation, 270 Park Avenue, New York City, New York
               1966 Sep 09, "Tips: Time Savers With Clear Plastic Wrap"
     02     United Bartenders Guild, Hotel Woodstock, New York City, New York
               19[?] Jul 06, Alcoholic over-indulgence or "Hang Over"
     03     United Fruit Company, Pier 3, North River, New York City, New York
               1954 Jun 21, "Avocado Salad"
               1954 Jun 21, "Sopa De Garbanzo" (Chick Pea Soup)
               1954 Jun 21, "Chicken Caliente"
               1954 Jun 21, "Coffee"
               1954 Jun 21, "String Beans With Pimientos"
               1954 Jun 21, "Tortillas"
               1954 Jun 24, "Chicken Caliente"
               1954 Jun 24, "Coffee"
               "Banana Ambrosia," n.d.
               "Plantain Recipes," n.d.
     04     United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association, 777 Fourteenth
               Street, Northwest, Washington, D. C.
               1957 Oct, "Nutrition Notes" 
               1959 Jul, "Twelfth Year"
               1959, "Lift-truck warehousing"
               1959, "Pallet Containers"
               1959, "Terminal market facilities," by William C. Crow
               [1960], "Apples From Nursery to Table"
               [1960], "Current Trends In Fruit and Vegetable Marketing"
               1962 Feb, "Pears"
               Correspondence, Seeling, R. A. to Frank P. Crandon, 1955 Nov 08
               Correspondence, Lewis, Bernard L., 1955 Nov 09
               Correspondence, Seeling, R. A., 1955 Nov 10
     05        United Fresh Outlook
                 1954 Apr 09, No. 489, "Outlook For Atomic Preservation of Foods"
                 1954 Apr 30, No. 492, "What The United Is And What It Does"
                 1954 Jun 11, No. 497, "Supreme court sends unload case back to ICC"
                 1954 Jul 09, No. 500, "Wide participation expected in
                    merchandising conference," 2 copies
                 1954 Dec 03, No. 518, "66,400 Miles An Hour Toward Convention Time"
                 1954 Dec 17, No. 520, "Merry Christmas"
                 1955 Feb 25, No. 528, "Radiation Being Used To Develop New Varieties"
                 1955 Apr 29, No. 537, "Plans Shaping Up For Merchandising Conference"
                 1955 May 13, No. 539, "Day Is Getting Nearer When Some Food Can Be
                    Preserved By Radiation"
                 1955 Jul 29, No. 548, "Fall To Start With Huge Promotion Of
                 1955 Aug 05, No. 549, "Strong Advertising and Promotional
                    Drive Reported at United Merchandising Conference"
                 1955 Sep 02, No. 552, "It's New Orleans In '56"
     06     Vanti Pa-Pi-A Beverage Company, Miami, Florida
               19[?] Oct 21, News Release, opening of bottling plant
               New Product, soft drink, n.d. 
     07     Vendome Gourmet Specialities, 420 Madison Avenue, New York
               City, New York
               "Gift Baskets Appropriate for Every Occasion," n.d.
               "In The Spring," a list of items offered, n.d.    
               "Long Long Ago," n.d.
     08     Vinegar Institute, 27 East Monroe Street, Chicago, Illinois
               1957 Aug 12, "Vinegar's Many Uses Surprises Manufactures"
               1958 Feb 26, "Piquant Tartar Sauce Enhances Fish, Seafood"
               "Baking With Vinegar," n.d.
               "Food News: The Pungency of Vinegar," n.d.
               "Heinz Vinegar," n.d.
               "Sparkle Your Meals With Regina All-Purpose Wine Vinegar," n.d.
     09     Vintage Wines, 114 East 16th Street, New York 3, New York
               1954, "Recipes for Rheinhof Imported May Wine"
               Correspondence, Dobrow, I. C., 1954 May 06
     10     Waring Company, 57 West 52nd Street, New York 19, New York
               "Making Salads On The Waring Blendor," n.d.
     11     Watercress (Dennis), Inc., Martinsburg, West Virginia
               "Water Cress Cocktails and Soups," 2 copies, n.d.
               "Water Cress Fact Sheet" The Story of Dennis Water Cress, 2 copies, n.d.
               "Water Cress Hors D'Oeuvres," 3 copies, n.d.
               "Water Cress Main Courses," 2 copies, n.d.
               "Water Cress Recipes," 4 copies, n.d.
               "Water Cress Salad Recipes," n.d.
               "Water Cress Sandwiches," n.d.
               "Water Cress Soups and Cocktails," n.d.
     12     Welch's Company, 845 Third Avenue, New York City, New York
               1964 Jun, "Vacation Breakfast Stars Frozen Grape Juice"
               1964, "Welch's Frozen Grape Juice is.."
               Correspondence, Wooden, Maria, 1964 Jun 15
     13     Wertheimer (L. D.) Company, 230 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
               April, n.d.
               Entertaining, n.d.
               New Year, n.d.
     14     Westinghouse
               1961 May 18, "Teenage Cooks Go to the Top," by Paddleford,
                 New York Herald Tribune
               19[?] Jul 07, "Westinghouse Shows Small Appliances That Both
                 Cool And Heat" 
     15     Wilson and Company, Chicago, Illinois
               "Freeze Dry Steak For Modern Cooks," n.d.
               "A Ham Roll For A Cook's Holiday!," n.d.
               "A Wilson Tradition-Fine Quality Hams," by Jane Wilson, n.d.
               Correspondence, Glass, Ruth M., 1962 Mar 05
               Correspondence, Glass, Ruth M. from Paddleford, 1962 Mar 28
     16     Wine Institute, 85 Second Street, San Francisco, California
               19[?] Feb 14, Valentine's Day
               "Summer Wine Coolers from Wine Institute," n.d.
               Wartime Weddings, n.d.