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Family planning I
Assuming that Civil Defense in all its seriousness was an important factor that existed in everyone's life back in the 1950s-1960s, the film portrays the procedures and discretion an individual and their...
Food For Your Children
United States Food Leaflet #7 of 7. The leaflet provides advice and recipes for ensuring proper nutrition in children.
Food Rationing Press Release
This article is about Mrs. Henry Wade Rogers' views on the shortage of food.
Food Supply Efforts Letter
Letter from Minnie Fischer Cunnigham to fellow members of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association concerning two ways in which to increase food supplies: forming garden clubs and the elimination of waste....
Food Waste Press Release
This article presents the views of Mrs. Henry Wade Rogers about the blame placed upon women for failing to adequately conserve food. She argues the greater wastes occur in farming and that women can help...
Ford ,Liz and Ford, Reena A.
Michele Coats of the Jackson County Planning Department recommended that I talk to Liz Ford. She is a descendant of one of the early families in Pascagoula and a member of the Historical Society. We arranged...
Formal opening program and menu
Entertainment for this evening was provided by Dorothy Shay, Russ Morgan, Nat Brandwynne, Ben Yosts, Gordon Currie, and Mischa Raginsky.
Robert Fournet graduated in 1952 from Southwestern Louisiana Institute with a degree in geology; during his college years he did some roustabouting and roughneck work. Upon graduating he worked for Superior...
Felix Fraga was born in the Second Ward of Houston. This interview reveals his life in the barrio and the daily living patterns he experienced growing up there. He is one of Houston's most respected and...
W.D. Frazell was born in 1913 in Resell, Texas, a small town near Waco. He received a BS degree at Southern Methodist University and a Master's degree in Geology at University of Texas at Austin in 1935....
Mr. Larry Frederick was born in 1938 in Abbeville, Louisiana. His father drove truck and later worked for about 40 years for a farm supply company, Victor Supply Company. At the age of 16, he lost one...
VMB-613's Galley is the area that all food for the squadron members was prepared. The squadron Galley was located between, and connected with, the Officers' and Senior NCO's Mess on one side, and the Enlisted...
Galt House menu
Menus from hotels, restaurants, and steamboats in the 1850s and 60s. The name Silas F. Miller & Co., Proprietors, is prominently displayed on the title page of this menu.
Mr. Lionel Galvan was born and raised in Texas. He went to Texas A&M for about a year and then, not wanting to be drafted into the Army (this was after the Korean Conflict), volunteered for the Marine...
Galvan, Irma Gonzalez
Ms. Irma Gonzalez Galvan was born Brownsville, Texas in 1941 and moved with her family to Houston’s 2nd Ward when she was a young child. Here, she learned to cook from a neighbor and began preparing...
Originally from Franklin, Ben Garacci first forayed in the oilfield as a roughneck with Humble Oil in 1948 and worked out of Grand Isle. Wanting to be home at night, he left the industry for a bit, but...
Gayoso House menu
Menus from hotels, restaurants, and steamboats in the 1850s and 60s. The name D. Cockrell, Proprietor, is prominently displayed in a banner at the top of this menu.
I was given Mr. Gazzier’s phone number the day before by an acquaintance. When I called, his daughter/secretary said he had time to meet with me, so I should come over. About 10 minutes later we met...
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