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HOME Canning of FRUITS VEGETABLE and MEATS
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written by Dorothy Shank, fl. 1942, Mabel Stienbarger, fl. 1931 and Louise Stanley, 1883-1954, in Records of the Food and Consumer Service (RG462). Food and Nutrition Service Child Nutrition Division (RG462.2). Records Relating to the School Lunch Program, 1940-1973, of United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Federal Records (Box 3, Folder Unspecified, Recipe) (District of Columbia: United States. Government Printing Office, 1942, originally published 1936), 48 page(s)
Canning is a desirable and economical method of preserving many foods so that their use can be distributed over seasons and to places where they are not available fresh.
written by Dorothy Shank, fl. 1942, Mabel Stienbarger, fl. 1931 and Louise Stanley, 1883-1954, in Records of the Food and Consumer Service (RG462). Food and Nutrition Service Child Nutrition Division (RG462.2). Records Relating to the School Lunch Program, 1940-1973, of United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Federal Records (Box 3, Folder Unspecified, Recipe) (District of Columbia: United States. Government Printing Office, 1942, originally published 1936), 48 page(s)
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SCHOOL LUNCH RECIPES for 100
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Main dish recipes conforming to the protein requirements for Type-A meals set up by the Production and Marketing Administration of the U.S. government.
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The Special Milk Program For Summer Camps and Similar Child-Care Institutions
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A pamphlet by the U.S. Department of Agriculture regarding their work in making more milk available to more children.
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