Jump to Content

Collection Guide
Collection Title:
Collection Number:
Get Items:
Inventory of the Louis Grivetti Papers
D-567  
View entire collection guide What's This?
PDF (197.65 Kb) HTML
Search this collection
 
 
Table of contents What's This?

Collection Contents

 

Series 1. Introduction to Grivetti Family, Formative Years, Undergraduate Education circa 1890-2013

Box 1:1

Introduction to the collection 2013 March

Box 1:2-15; 31:1-8

Family historical materials and documents; Grivetti and Carpenter genealogies; Revolutionary War and American Civil War records; family manuscripts; historical family photographs, miscellaneous materials circa 1890-1964

Box 1:16

Formative years (Part 1): School photographs, report cards, fossil hunting with family; Junior High School yearbook 1944-1950

Box 1:17-19

Formative years (Part 2): Childhood memories of Montana, Oregon, Washington, and California 1938-1982

Box 1:20-21

Formative years (Part 3): Music-related materials; report cards; Junior High School yearbook 1951 January-December

Box 1:22

Formative years (Part 4): Music-related materials and awards; graduation ceremony program and diploma 1952 January-August

Box 1:23

Formative years (Part 5): High school report cards 1952 September-1955 May

Box 1:24-27

Formative years (Part 6): American Field Service Exchange Program; experiences in Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and France; AFS documents, itineraries, manuscripts 1932-1955

Box 1:28-30

Formative Years (Part 7): Speaking engagements, formation of German-style band; report cards; transcripts; High School commencement ceremony and diploma; High School senior year yearbook 1955 September-1956 August

Box 1:31

Undergraduate Education at UC Berkeley (Part 1) 1956 September-1958 December

Box 1:32-33

Undergraduate education at UC Berkeley (Part 2). Intercollegiate soccer activities; term papers; diploma; transcripts; San Ardo oilfield explosion documents 1959 January-1960 August

Box 1:34

Graduate School Education at UC Berkeley (Part 1). Miscellaneous correspondence 1960 September-December

Box 1:35

Graduate School Education at UC Berkeley (Part 2). Theta Tau materials; 1956 Chevrolet; Graduate school professors 1961 January-December

Box 1:36-38

Graduate School Education at UC Berkeley (Part 3). United States Public Health Service initial correspondence; academic transcript; thesis title page; commencement program; M.A. thesis in 2 volumes 1962 January-June

 

Series 2. Public Health Service Years, 1962-1966

Scope and Content Note

Contains files related to Grivetti's time in the Public Health Service in Cincinnatti, Ohio.
Box 1:39

Lieutenant j.g. appointment document; L.B. Harrison Residential Club; miscellaneous correspondence 1962 June-December

Box 1:40

Lieutenant appointment document; electron microscopy work; L.B. Harrison Residential Club photographs; musician union work; Arabic language lessons; miscellaneous correspondence 1963 January-December

Box 1:41-43

Initial plans to work in Middle East; interview and correspondence with William J. Darby; separation from the USPHS and appointment as Research Assistant to William J. Darby, Department of Biochemistry, Civision of Nutrition, Vanderbilt, University, Nashville, Tennessee; diatom manuscript preparation [and subsequent publications] 1964-1966

 

Series 3. Vanderbilt University Years, 1964-1969

Box 2:1

Initial months at Vanderbilt University. Correspondence detailing appointment to U.S. Naval Medical Research Hospital Number 3 [NAMRU-3] in Cairo, Egypt 1964 July-August

Box 2:2

NAMRU-3, Cairo, Egypt (Part 1). Itinerary and arrival in Egypt; correspondence describing living conditions; project-related activities; health- and illness-related issues; food-related issues; attack on American Embassy and burning J.F.K. Memorial USIS Library 1964 August-December

Box 2:3-7

NAMRU-3, Cairo, Egypt (Part 2). Correspondence regarding issues with zinc project at Sindion village; visit to archaeological sites in Upper Egypt; Egyptian elections; trips to Siwa and Qara oases; trip to Jerusalem; work in the Red Sea region; celebration of UAR Armed Forces Day; work at Kharga and Dakhla oases; development of Berber and Arabic vocabulary lists; resumption of zinc project at Sindion village 1965 January-December

Box 2:8

NAMRU-3, Cairo, Egypt (Part 3). Correspondence regarding progress of zinc project at Sindion village; severe cold temperatures; meeting with Akbar Mohammed, son of Elijah Mohammed; meeting with Cassius Clay [now Mohammed Ali; engagement to Georgette Mayerakis; work among Awlad Ali Bedouins at Borg al-Arab and Bahig; visit to archaeological sites in Greece; enclosed photographs and mimeograph of songs for American Embassy Happy Hour 1966 January-December

Box 2:9

NAMRU-3, Cairo, Egypt (Part 4). Correspondence regarding general project-related activities; trip to Luxor; plans for home-leave; return to Cairo and apartment hunting; military coup in Greece and t military junta 1967 January-March

Box 2:10-12

Wedding, Arab-Israeli War, Evacuation, and Safe-Haven in Greece. NAMRU-3 and U.S. Embassy documents and administrative memorandum to Americans in Egypt on eve of hostilities; correspondence describing events in Cairo; marriage-related events; Georgette's evacuation to Greece; telegrams and correspondence from Vanderbilt and family; evacuation of NAMRU-3 navy and civilian personnel; arrival in Athens; immigration problems; travels in Greece 1967 May-August

Box 2:13-14

Grivetti Manuscript: Events of June - August, 1967 written December, 1983. Wedding and pre-war events; outbreak of hostilities; Americans expelled from Egypt and hotel arrest in Alexandria; evacuation to Greece; summer fieldwork prior to returning to the United States 1967 June-August

Box 32, 33, 34, 35

Newspapers and magazines collected during May-August 1967, with content dealing with the Arab-Israeli 6-Day War 1967 May-August

Box 2:15

Vanderbilt University (Part 1). Correspondence regarding resettlement in Nashville; arrival of Vinyak Patwardhan from NAMRU-3; family visit to Nashville 1967 September-December

Box 2:16

Vanderbilt University (Part 2). Correspondence regarding work activities at Vanderbilt; family-related issues; first mention working on a manuscript about Siwa oasis; first publication on zinc; working on book chapters that ultimately will become Food: Gift of Osiri; graduate school applications 1968 January-December

Box 2:17

Vanderbilt University (Part 3). Correspondence regarding work at the Breasted Library, Oriental Institute, University of Chicago; invitation to return to Egypt to complete work on book; graduate school applications 1969 January-May

Box 2:18

Vanderbilt University (Part 4): Research Period in Egypt, Ethiopia, Lebanon, and Kuwait. Correspondence related to arrival in Cairo; description of war damage and refugees; initial meeting with Egyptian painter, Ahmed Rifaat; photographing artifacts at museums in Cairo and temples/tombs at Luxor, Dendera, and Aswan; work in Ethiopia and Kuwait with short visit to Lebanon; mention of al-Aqsa mosque fire in Jerusalem and military coup in Libya 1969 May-September

Box 2:19

Vanderbilt University (Part 5). Correspondence related to graduate school applications; initial correspondence with Professor Frederick J. Simoons, Department of Geography, at UC Davis; announcement of Teaching Assistant award in the Department of Geography; other miscellaneous correspondence 1969 October-1970 August

 

Series 4. Graduate School at UC Davis, 1970-1976

Scope and Content Note

This series also includes materials related to Grivetti's association with Meharry Medical College, Nashville, Tennessee; dissertation related fieldwork in the Republic of Botswana; and completion of Ph.D requirements.
Box 2:20

Department of Geography and Graduate Education, UC Davis (Part 1). Miscellaneous documents and correspondence 1970 September-December

Box 2:21

Department of Geography and Graduate Education, UC Davis (Part 2). January - December, 1971. General correspondence related to fellowship award; documents and materials related to academic progress 1971 January-December

Box 2:22

Department of Geography and Graduate Education, UC Davis (Part 3). January - December, 1972. General correspondence related to potential fieldwork in Lebanon and East Africa at Vehiga, Kenya; presentation at Gordon Conference; dissertation proposals prepared by Simoons graduate students [Baldwin and Palmieri]; development of food habit bibliography with Jim Baldwin and Rose Marie Pangborn; initial contacts with Meharry Medical College; other miscellaneous correspondence 1972 January-December

Box 2:23-24

Department of Geography and Graduate Education, UC Davis (Part 4). General correspondence related to preparation for Ph.D. qualifying examination; formal appointment with Maternal and Child Health/Family Planning Unit, Meharry Medical College, Nashville, Tennessee [for assignment to Botswana]; copy of dissertation proposal; continued efforts on Osiris book with Paul Ghalioungui and William J. Darby; graduate school academic transcript; notes from meetings with USAID in Washington DC; formal approval to conduct dissertation on weekends and free time 1973 January-March

Box 2:25-28

Meharry and Dissertation Work in Botswana (Part 1). General correspondence related to: arrival, housing, transportation, in Gaborone, Botswana; initial visits to hospitals and clinics; identification of potential dissertation field sites; descriptions of peoples and customs; project work and dissertation field activities; visit to South Africa; publication-related issues; celebration of 4th of July [during winter] and seasonal reversal issues; visits to former David Livingstone Mission Station at Kolobong; mention of Watergate hearings in Washington DC; description of apartheid in South Africa; mention of Embassy staff member Bradford Bishop, Jr. [who later murdered his wife, children, and mother-in-law]; first meeting with Richard Lee [!Kung Bushman research]; extensive correspondence with graduate student colleagues in the department of geography at UC Davis; publications; development of newsletter on culture, food, and nutrition; concern over new Middle East war; descriptions of fieldwork at Tlokweng village; celebrating Christmas in the Kalahari; hard-copy telephone directory, Republic of Botswana, 1973 1973 April-December

Box 2:29-36

Meharry and Dissertation Work in Botswana (Part 2). Correspondence related to: Meharry project and dissertation-related efforts; publications; events in the geography department at UC Davis; Georgette's pregnancy; trip to Johannesburg and apartheid experiences; personnel and project-related issues; house burglarized and need for watchdog(s); vacation in South Africa to visit Zulu War battlefield sites; discussion of Patricia Hearst kidnapping; potential hostilities between Greece and Turkey over Cyprus; health and general well-being; first announcement of potential faculty position in Community Nutrition at UC Davis; potential publication of the Osiris book by Academic Press, London; delivery of Joanna Elene Grivetti in South Africa; problems with American embassy in Pretoria, South Africa; invitation to Nairobi to speak on nutrition education in Botswana; Christmas in Cairo, Egypt 1974 January-December

Box 2:37-39

Meharry and Dissertation Work in Botswana (Part 3). Correspondence related to: Meharry project and dissertation-related efforts; publications; descriptions of Christmas in Cairo and impressions of Nairobi, Addis Ababa, and Khartoum; announcement of Community Nutrition position at UC Davis; project-related complications; decision to resign and return to United State via Cairo; death of maternal grandmother, Lottie Quinn Grivetti; hard-copy telephone directory, Government of Botswana, 1975 1975 January-June

Box 2:40

Department of Geography and Graduate Education, UC Davis (Part 1). Correspondence related to: dissertation completion; faculty position recruitment; correspondence with geography department graduate student colleagues; selection as a finalist for the UC Davis nutrition/geography joint faculty appointment 1975 July-December

Box 2:41-42

Department of Geography and Graduate Education, UC Davis (Part 2). Correspondence related to: faculty position interviews at UC Davis and UCLA; dissertation title page; final academic transcript; commencement ceremony program, Graduate Division, UC Davis, June, 1976 1976

Box 2:43

Appointment as Assistant Professor, UC Davis, Departments of Nutrition and Geography, Correspondence 1976 March

 

Series 5. Correspondence 1974-2008

Scope and Content Note

Arranged chronologically with several folders related to individuals.
Box 2:44-45

General Correspondence 1976 March-December

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Bryan Axtell, Harry S. Bernton, Norine Dresser, David Robinson, Wenche Barth Eide, Marion Stewart, A.S. Truswell, Jury Z. Sekgwama, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Zach M. Arnold, Warren R. Sanborn, Lorna J. Sass, Bob Hoffpauir, Kathleen Ries, Zdenek Dvorak, Karen Perry, J.H. Reysler, D.M. Hegsted, Dall, Linda Rosenquist, Jury Zachariah Sekgwama, William K. Crowley.
Includes outgoing correspondence to: James P. Carter, Barbara Gershman, Harry S. Bernton, Joanne Phillips, Igor de Garine, Norine Dresser, D.G. Hendricks and R. Marotz, David B. Sebina, Fred Hill, David Robinson, Linda Rosenquist, Ardath A. Coolidge, Wenche Barth Eide, Marion Stewart, A.S. Truswell, Stan and Sharon Stanley Wells, Ndiki V. Ngcongco, Brian M. Fagan, Jury Z. Sekgwama, Karen Perry, D.M. Hegsted, Kathleen Ries, Carolyn Taylor.
Box 2:46-47

General Correspondence 1977

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: D.B. Sebina, Timothy A. Bell, Patricia L. Casey, Harriet V. Kuhnlein, Robert W. Kates, David Robinson, Derrick B. Jelliffe, Barbara Pillsbury, Douglas L. Johnson, Gary L. Gaile, Philip Morgan, Edwin T. Weiss Jr., Michele Young, Robert Hoffpauir, Norbert S. Baer, Debbie Yerike, Stewart Truswell, Joni Kingsley, Jane Sedgwick Pirkey, Nancy D. Lewis, Genevieve Holman, James A. Pisarowicz, John Maggs.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: William K. Crowley, Charles B. Heiser Jr., Patricia L. Casey, Philip Morgan, Derrick D. Jelliffe, Robert W. Kates, Harriet V. Kuhnlein, David Robinson, William J. Darby, Barbara Pillsbury, Gary L. Gaile, Joan Jacobs, Tore J. Mita, Douglas L. Johnson, Edwin T. Weiss Jr., Michele Young, Nail H. Ozerol, Geneviene Ho, Robert Hoffpauir, N.S. Baer, A.S. Truswell, John Jensen, James Pisarowicz, Zdeniek Dvorak, Martha Stoner.
Box 2:48-52

General Correspondence 1978

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Jim Pisarowicz, Z. Dvorak, Helen Issel, Debbie Yerike, Paul Ghalioungui, Michele Young, Penny Wells, Marjorie Stevenson, John C. Bruhn, Frank A. Barrett, Chris Field, Ira Lapidus, John King, J.S. Dinning, Walter Osborn, James A. Duke, Doris Howes Calloway and Christina Wood, Laurie Sulentor, Jack Gershon, Martina Nicholson, Mary A. Bruns, Nancy Weaver, Nancy Mock, Karl N. Kriesel, Joyce Gee Peters, Junia Wager, Mary Clare, Jim, Igor de Garine, John A. Hart, Jennifer Anderson, A. Elizabeth Sloan, Goler T. Butcher.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Genevieve Holman, Michele Young, Paul Ghalioungui, Harriet Kuhnlein, A.L. Kelly, Debbie Yerike, Chris Field, Durwood Dodgen, Solomon H. Katz, Jane Sedgwick Pirkey, James A. Duke, Richard N. Blue, Judie Smith, Phyllis M. Ullman, Joyce Gee Peters, Nancy Mock, Mary A. Bruns, Martina Nicholson, Agency for International Development, Igor de Garine, Jacqueline M. Newman, John A. Hart, Karl M. Kriesel, Ahmed Abou-Zeid, Laurie Sulentor, Jennifer Anderson, Laurie J. Schaetzel-Hill, Jack Gershon.
Box 2:53-57

General Correspondence 1979

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Paul and Huguette Ghalioungui, Steven K. Ault, James P. Carter, Elaine Boston, Dorothy H. Mann, Jim Thomas, Susan, Igor de Garine, Mary Tsu Lagios, John Mott-Smith, Fred Mogome, Barbara Pillsbury, Michele Young, Robert L. Freedman, Patrick Fleuret, Robert C. Harman, Anne Fleuret, Leonie van Heerden, Walter Ted Vorster, John G. Coniglio, Fay Ferrell, Charles Jones, Laurie Sulentor, Mabel Chan, Robert K. Hitchcock, Robert Ligget, Leonie van Heerden, Thierry Brun, Robert Sommer, Cindy Goodale, Lisa Ann Licavoli, Cathy Forkas, Beverley Davis, Mary Clare, Everett Carter, Marcia Sutton, Curt Busse, A. Elizabeth Sloan, Derrick B. Jelliffe, Donald Vermeer, Morris Lai, Penny Van Esterik, Karen Ginsberg.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Susan Prinz, James P. Carter, Elaine Boston, Susan Stern, Dorothy H. Mann, Mary Tsu Lagios, Henry Blackburn, Robert Freedman, Fred Mogome, Chris Field, Patrick Fleuret, Anne Fleuret, Deryck Lodrick, N.W. Pirie, Robert C. Harman, Derrick B. Jelliffe, Igor de Garine, Fay Ferrell, Charles Jones, John G. Coniglio, Leonie van Heerden, Walter Ted Vorster, Robert Hitchcock, Patricia P. Gilmartin, Lisa Ann Licavoli, Robert Ligget, Theirry Brun, Beverley Davis, Issa Mohammadi, A. Elizabeth Sloan,Everett Carter, Curt Busse, Donald Vermeer, Morris Lai.
Box 2:58-61

General Correspondence 1980

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Robert Hitchcock, Sandra Callier, Audrey Tittle Cross, Claude Thouvenot, Paul, Anne Fleuret, Fay Sunada, Carol A. Bryant, Leonie van Heerden, Seymour J. Fiebach, Don Humpal, Kristen McNutt, Jim Thomas, Verle Albrecht, Igor de Garine, Jane Thomas, Helen D. Lawhead, G.C. Uhlenbeck, Laura Leonelli, Prasert Saisithi, Nancy C. Bronfen, R.A. Farrand, Diane DeMartin, Carol Duncan, Helen Brown, Shannon, L. Packing, Helmut Kloos, Laurie, Carol Coano, Reynaldo Martorell.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Clarence Richard Skeens, Donald Vermeer, Carol A. Bryant, Paul D. Starr, Professor Schweigert, Evelyn M. Cox, Leonie van Heerden, John Reed, Kristen McNutt, E. Philip Morgan, Robert Hitchcock, Verle Albrecht, Seymour J. Fiebach, Igor de Garine, Anne Fleuret, G.C. Uhlenbeck, Helen D. Lawhead, Douglas E. Conklin, Jane Thomas, Laura Leonelli, Nicholas S. Hopkins, Judith Goode, Nancy C. Bronfen, Carol Coano, Helmut Kloos.
Box 3:1-4

General Correspondence 1981

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Walt Jun Uwate, Marian Stone, Helen D. Lawhead, Mary Clare Nelson, Larry Pauling, Douglas Conklin, Derrick B. Jelliffe, Joyce Ng, Barry C. Bishop, Sandra Hodun, Helmut Kloos, Helene Swenerton, Dick A. Amyx, Suzanne Drace, Anne Fleuret, Hind H. Al-Bahar, Dale Osborn, Joseph Hossenlopp, Leonie van Heerden, James H. Meyer, Nancy Lewis, Florentino S. Solon, Josip Matovinovic, Gene Anderson, Valerie Spencer, Elizabeth M. Osman, Merlyn Vemury, Grace Chang, Sue Manning, Donna E. Halshaw, Don Hartman.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Marjorie Freedman, Tamara Smith, Nancy Canolty, Claude Thouvenot, Dietrich Knorr, Helen D. Lawhead, Betty Trayner, Neeju Desai, Marian Campbell, Marian Stone, Larry Pauling, Derrick B. Jelliffe, James A. Duke, Leonie van Heerden, Cyril S. Belshaw, Anne and Patrick Fleuret, Gerda Carmichael, Hind H. Al-Bahar, Marian Griffen, Paul Star, Joseph Hossenlopp, Josip Matovinovic, Valerie Spencer, Eugene Anderson, James Baldwin, Paul Fieldhouse, May Choo Wong.
Box 3:5-7

General Correspondence 1982

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Jacqueline Shapiro, Gillian M. Lockie, Joseph Hossenlopp, John P. Heinsich, Helen C. Brittin, Jacqueline Dupont, Donna E. Halshaw, Frank A. Santopolo, Wayne R. Bidlack, G.E. Wickens, Tami Smith, Tamara Smith, Mary Clare Nelson, Cornelia Butler Flora, Kenneth H. Shapiro, Nary Sue Surplus Eggleston, Claude Paque, Philip Bellman, Robert L. Freedman, Andrew Tye, Gary Dutra, Robin Weisberg, Don Vermeer, Sheldon Aaronson, Glenn J. Farris, Dorothy M. Thurber.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Barbara Mullen, Helen Register, Milton Newton, Nary Sue Surplus Eggleston, Harriet Kuhnlein, Claude Paque, John P. Heinrich, Tamara M. Smith, Andrew Tye, Robert L. Gulick Jr., Gary Dutra, Robin Weisberg, Janice Timbrook, Glenn J. Farris.
Box 3:8-10

General Correspondence 1983

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Bob Hitchcock, Mary Clare Nelson, Frank Bragg, Joseph R. Conlin, John M. Hunter, Joanne Ikeda, Donna E. Halshaw, Robert Devlin, Helmut Kloos, Andrew Tye, Jennifer P. Trapp, Paul D. Starr, Isis Nawar, Desiree Le Clerc, Harold H. Sandstead, Joseph Hoseenlopp, James L. Newman, Joyce Marshall.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: V.R. Singh, Robert Bynum, Frank Bragg, Jo Ann Avison, Joseph R. Conlin, Jeffrey De Lone, Robert Hitchcock, John M. Hunter, Mary Clare Nelson, Helmut Kloos, John F. Walters.
Box 3:11-13

General Correspondence 1984

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Don Vermeer, Naray Sue (Surplus) Eggleston, Leonie E. Van Heerden, Norbet Duarte, Diane H. Morris, Jude Marie Alexis, Maria Giovanni, Richard D. Towner, Lori Brizee, Beverly J. Harding, Harry P. Broquist, Onalenna Selolwane, Charles R. Peters.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: L.E. Van Heerden, Norbert Duarte, Richard D. Towner, Onalenna Selolwane.
Box 3:14

General Correspondence 1985

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Hugh Amoon, Susan A. Klasing, Gary L. Yingling, Charles E. Hess, Nicholas Dunning, Marie Lemert, John Robson, Alan Titchenal, Carol Goland, Robert Rodale.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Hugh Amoon, Harriet V. Kuhnlein, Linda Rosenquist.
Box 3:15-17

General Correspondence 1986

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Mary Westfall, Robert Rodale, L.E. Van Heerden, Aysel Kavas, E.M. Widdowson, Helen A. Guthrie, Laurie Stedman, Joyce B. Marshall, Derrick B. Jelliffe, Jack Gershon.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Robert Hitchcock, Leonie Van Heerden, Elsie Widdowson, Aysel Kavas, Barry C. Bishop, Henry Blackburn, Jack Gershon.
Box 3:18

General Correspondence 1987

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: William C. Weir, Harry C. van den Burg, Jack Gershon, R. Shepherd, Stephanie A. Beardsley, Eliana Vera, Kathryn Kolasa, Thomas A. Sellers, Joyce Marshall, Igor de Garine, Illa Maikassoua, Elisabetta Agradi, Carol Marie Humphry, Leonie Van Heerden.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Frank Cremin, Anne Fleuret, Harlan Hobgood, Elizabetta Agradi, R. Shepherd, Mary Schmidl, William Weir, Meen Arutz, Curtis Jackson, Peter Benedict, Elisabetta Agradi, Margaret Neuse, Mahamon Sa'adou, Eleni Bey, Fiona Archer, Leonie Van Heerden, John D. Speth.
Box 3:19

General Correspondence 1988

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Bev Harding, George J. Demko, Jack Gershon, Robert Coronado, Eleni Bey, Christine S. Wilson, Jenny A. Birkjaer Madsen, Walter J. Bray, Shlomith Samish.
Box 3:20

General Correspondence 1989

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Robert Coronado, Bruce W. Ferree, Jan Timbrook, Jean Keown, James E. Halpin, Alessandro Vallecchi, Stan G.M. Ridge, Kathy Humphries, Gerald M. Cooper, Andrew Dabalen, Dale Osborn, Jane E. Pennington, Laura McArthur.
Box 3:21

General Correspondence 1990

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Harriet V. Kuhnlein, Kathy Humphries, Arnold M. Golub, John R. Whitaker, Janet Gritzner, Barbara Mullen, Carol Waslien, Hans-Georg Bohle, Kate Thompson, Howard Schutz, Allyn Waterman Sciola, Alhassan Manu.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Jack M. Lacono.
Box 3:22

General Correspondence 1991

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Alhassan Manu, H.G. Bohle, Kenneth V. Carpenter, Christina S. Wilson, A.B. Cunningham, James J. Parsons, Karen Berke, Mary Melnyk, Don Eldridge, Shlomith Samish, Francis B. Trudeau, Frank A. Norick, Helene Swenerton, Barbara Mullen, Fernando E. Viteri, Pia P. Taunhanse, Janet Ikeda.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Bruce Rengers and Daniel Zohary.
Box 3:23

General Correspondence 1992

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Don Eldridge, Ed Chally, Eunice Romero Gwynn, Hans-Georg Bohle, W.H. O'Brien, Kathleen O'Malley, Charlotte Sharp Sucas, Jeffery Sobal, Dale Osborn, Anton F. Uhle, Jame and Dale Osborn.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Christine Wilson.
Box 3:24

General Correspondence 1993

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Richard E. Litov, Norman Kretchmer, Wayne R. Bidlack, Paul Fieldhouse, Nina L. Etkin, Garrett Smith, Kenneth F. Kiple, Mary Melynk.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Garrett Smith.
Box 3:25

General Correspondence 1994

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Jan L. Corlett and Leonie Van Heerden.
Box 3:26

General Correspondence 1995

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Rais Akhtar, Wanda L. Dodson, Harriet V. Kuhnlein, Audrey A. Spindler, Andre Lauchli, Douglas Green and Ari, Karl Romstad, Britta Antonsson-Ogle, Nigel J.R. Allan, H.G. Bohle, Jay Mechling, Carol Tonlinson-Keasey, Christina Craig-Veit.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Wanda L. Dodson, Britta Antonsson-Ogle, Beth Olson, Carol Tomlinson-Keasey.
Box 3:27

General Correspondence 1996

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Antonia Natalas, Jeffery Sobal, Milena Maggio and Amy Dale, Harry G. Harris, Britta Antonsson-Ogle.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Britta Antonsson-Ogle.
Box 3:28-29

General Correspondence 1997

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Leif Hambraeus, Michael G. Morony, Robert Glew, Garrett C. Smith, Nahum Goldberg, Lenora A. Timm, Marc Weiss, Harry G. Harris, Virginia Bennett, Charles H. Halsted, Catherine R. Moody, Barbara Crouch, Anthony S. Manoguerra, Tim Linehan, Jennifer Davis, M.J. Pybus, Kathleen Humphries, Britta Antonsson-Ogle, Dianne Meredith, Cassius Lockett, Leonardo Hosh, Nader Hrimat, Neomi Trostler, Chuong Chung, Ron Ray, Royce Shaw, Frank Hill, Jerilynn Schumacher, Hoang Nguyen, John Simkin, Khe Ba Do, Joe Howard.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Robert Glew, Michael G. Morony, Charles H. Halsted, Barbara Crouch, Anthony S. Manoguerra, Tim Linehan, Harvey Himelfarb, Nahum Goldberg, Neomi Trostler, Royce Shaw, Frank Hill, Leonardo Hosh, Joe Howard.
Box 3:30-31

General Correspondence 1998

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Neomi Trostler, Michael Morony, Carlos Lomel'n, Courtney J. Norris, Nader Hrimat, Garrett C. Smith, Britta Antonsson-Ogle, Noelle Johnson, Osman Galal, Kenneth Kiple, Steve Smith, Rebecca Torresmb, Eduardo R. Mendez, Enrique Garc'a-Galiano, Nahum Goldberg, Roosevelt J. Price II, Carlos Lomel'n, Brian Regan, Mark W. Moses, Matthew Lange, Mary W. Kelsey, Sydne Jennifer Newberry, Antonia Matalas.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Michael Morony, Courtney J. Norris, Eduardo Mendez, Roosevelt J. Price II, Britta Antonsson-Ogle, Mark W. Moses, Gabrielle Kelly, Mary W. Kelsey, Sydne Jennifer Newberry.
Box 3:32-35

General Correspondence 1999

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Enrique Garc'a-Galiano, Carlos Lomel'n, Emmy Rhine, Noelle Johnson, Kathy Humphries, Robert Feeney, Harry G. Harris, Arnold J. Sillman, Catherine A. Toft, Michael Fry, Tosha Dupras, Jennifer Klurfeld, Jean-Xavier Guinard, Gan Erdene, Antonia Matalas, Jean Adams, Acad. D. Badgaa, Cristina Gonzales, Leonard Zwilling, Keokani Marciel, Lisette de Berry, Bill Watkins, Gerald Ney, Jackie Williams, Nahum Goldberg, Judy Erwin, Liz Metallinos-Katsaras, Catherine Dunwoodie, Britta Antonsson-Ogle, Opart Panya, Phrek Gypmantasiri, James R. Peters Jr., Suzanne Hendrich, Jan, Caroline Nguyen, Erich H. Loewy, Roger B. McDonald, Cassius Lockett, Charlayne Allan, Kathryn Leahy, Matthew Lange, Robert Eskildsen, Beth Abramovitz, Julie Mateer, Christine Rodriguez.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Kathy Humphries, Nicole Gibson, Cristina Gonzales, Gan Erdene, Noelle Johnson, Pat Swan, Opart Panya, James R. Peters Jr., Phrek Gypmantasiri, Antonia Matalas, Caroline Nguyen, Cassius Lockett, Erich H. Loewy, Suzanne Hendrich, Tosha Dupras, Charlayne Allan, Matthew Lange, Julie Mateer.
Box 3:36-38

General Correspondence 2000

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Suzanne Hendrich, Mary W. Kelsey, Emmy Rhine, Nahum Goldberg, Laura Kauffmann, Matthew Lange, Noelle Johnson, Louise Bourner, Davis Deltesta, Antonia Matalas, Jean Adams, Ahmed Askar, Timothy Olds, Cassius Lockett, Cheryl Morgan, Asha Thiruchelvam, Julie Mateer, Heather Papich, Jennie Ashlock, Ann Grandjean, Johanna Dwyer, Garrett Smith, Penni Wisner, Cynthia Brantley, Jackie Corcoran, Susan R. Holman, Ke'okani K. Marciel, Joy Evans, Gretel Pelto, Chris Silva, Martha Jimenez.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Ahmed Askar, Nahum Goldberg, Knute Ayhens Johnson, Antonia Matalas, Antonia Trichopoulou, Louise Bourner, Davis Deltesta, Ira Wolinsky, Cheryl Morgan, Johanna Dwyer, Cynthia Brantley, Mr. Sones, Susan R. Holman, Mary Feeney, Ke'okani K. Marciel, Joy Evans, Gretel Pelto, Chris Silva, Justin Hess.
Box 3:39-44

General Correspondence 2001

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Cassius Lockett, Nahum Goldberg, Julie Mateer, Matthew Hanley, Susan Lumpkin, Robert B. Rucker, Noelle Johnson, Daniel Raiten, Ellen Robert, Garrett Smith, Angela C. Little, Georgeanne Brennan, Gerald A. Ney, Caroline Kurtz, Daniel Gottheiner, John Rogalski, Bill Eves, Peter L. Pellett, Cynthia Brantley, Britta Antonsson-Ogle, Lynn E. Roller, Noel Vietmeyer, A.B. Cunningham, Sebastian Betti, Patricia B. Swan, Charles Halsted, Harold Sandstead, William E. Watkins, Douglas Domingo-Foraste, Kathy Humphries, William Woys Weaver, Tony VanCuren, Laura Kimp, Spring Sun, Gary Nakamura, Joshua David, Samar Abboushi, Joshua David, Jan Wikramaratna, Chris Dodson, Joanna Grivetti, Larry N. Vanderhoef, Goksel Turk, Alan Titchenal, Susan R. Holman, Jean-Marc Assaad, Patricia Turner, Keokani Marciel, Jan Corlett, Sylvia Sellers-Garcia, Sandra Dassenko, Cathy Orr, Kathryn A. Price, Linda Bisson, Ralph Brave, Daniel Gottheiner, Elisa Zeiter, Craig Hadley, Antonia Matala, Doug Darby, Ann Grandje, Samuel Klein, Patrick McGovern.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Susan Lumpkin, Daniel Raiten, Nahum Goldberg, Cassius Lockett, Garrett Smith, Gerald A. Ney, Caroline Kurtz, Professor Bisogni, Bill Eves, Peter L. Pellett, Cynthia Brantley, Matthew Hanley, Lynn E. Roller, Patricia B. Swan, Harold Sandstead, Douglas Domingo-Foraste, Laura Kimp, Gary Nakamura, Joshua David, Joanna Grivetti, Jean-Marc Assaad, Patricia Turner, Sylvia Sellers-Garcia, Sandra Dassenko, Cathy Orr, Linda Bisson, Daniel Gottheiner, Noelle Johnson, Elisa Zeiter, Antonia Matala, Jan Corlett.
Box 3:45-52

General Correspondence 2002

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Mary K. Schmidl, Patrick McGovern, Antonia Matala, Barbara Whitelaw, Noelle Johnson, Mohammed Mortazavi, Cassius Lockett, Nahum Goldberg, Peter L. Pellett, Andrew Dalby, Caitlin P. Burdette, Caroline Kurtz, John Boe, Ted Wilson, Vernon L. Singleton, Jake Brown, Ryan May, Tom Tapper, Judy Blatter, Stavros A. Kavouras, James I. Grieshop, Chad Kurtz, Kathleen Humphries, Doug Darby, Ajay Ramachandran, Mike Reynolds, Antonis Zampelas, Dave Hird, Al Goldsmith, D'Arcy Dornan, Eric Chappell, Samar Abboushi, Scott Tyler, Glenda Stephens, Steve Florio, Winnie Yang, Hannah Weeks, Mary M. Rush, Christopher Jones, David Thornton, Harry G. Harris, Sylvia Sellers-Garcia, Deanna Pucciarelli, Rich Robins, Sue Radd.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Patrick McGovern, Noelle Johnson, Mohammed Mortazavi, Cassius Lockett, Nahum Goldberg, Caitlin P. Burdette, Andrew Dalby, Caroline Kurtz, Ted Wilson, Antonia Matala, Jake Brown, Ryan May, Tom Tapper, Judy Blatter, Bob Rucker, Howard Shapiro, James I. Grieshop, Carl Keen, Bill Fry, Stavros A. Kavouras, Kristen McNutt, Chad Kurtz, Kathleen Humphries, Ajay Ramachandran, Carl and Bob Keen, Doug Darby, Mike Reynolds, Antonis Zampelas, Dave Hird, Linda Rao, Eric Chappell, Glenda Stephens, Steve Florio, Winnie Yang, Hannah Weeks, Mary M. Rush.
Box 3:53-62

General Correspondence 2003

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Sue Radd, Ashley Adams, Doug Darby, Marilyn Lin, Noelle Johnson, Richard Curley, Camille Cavers, Abby Billek, Antonis Zampelas, Julie Mateer, Bob Westerholt, Sylvia Escarcega, Kevin Quinn, Stephen Gans, Labros Sidossis, Jeya Henry, Norman McGregor Edwards, Tehila Yamin, Sheila Desai, Robert Rucker, Amy Block Joy, Harry G. Harris, Chris Dykes, Rosemary Nachtiall-Friesen, Claire Lomax, Jody Scrutton, Kenneth L. Verosub, Walter Spiess, Labros Sidossis, Andrea Pieroni, Caroline Kurtz, Susan M. Woodfin, David Cohen, Craig Hadley, Brian Puskas, Walter Reinhold Warttig Mattfeld, Susan Chaffee, Renee Hill, Joaline Pardo Nunez, Angelika Xantzou, Julin Maloof, Maria Strutz, Eirini Bathrellou, Bernadette Miller, Shauna Swartz, Antonia Matala, Angelika Chantzou, Vassilis Stavrinos, J. Sennesael, Luis Alberto Perez Amezcua, Dan Potter, Walter Goldstein, Sunny Johnson, Pat Lunsford, Mohammed Mortazavi, April Knill, Patricia Gadsby, Jessica Perdew, Gerry Ney, Kurt R. Richter, Moshe Golan, Betty Hale, Britta Antonsson-Ogle, Robin Shuster, Mike Purtell, Marilyn Dickerson.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Sue Radd, Ashley Adams, Doug Darby, Sharon Shoemaker, Marilyn Lin, Noelle Johnson, Dick Curley, Camille Cavers, Abby Billek, Bob Westerholt, Andrew Rutledge and Ryan, Sylvia Escarcega, Kevin Quinn, Stephen Gans, Caroline Kurtz, Jeya Henry, Norman McGregor Edwards, Tehila Yamin, Sheila Desai, Amy Block Joy, Antonis Zampelas, Harry G. Harris, Chris Dykes, Rosemary Nachtiall-Friesen, Claire Lomax, Jody Scrutton, Kenneth L. Verosub, Walter Spiess, Labros Sidossis, Andrea Pieroni, Caroline Kurtz, Susan M. Woodfin, David Cohen, Craig Hadley, Walter Reinhold Warttig Mattfeld, Jo Wills, Susan Chaffee, Julin Malood, Maria Strutz, Shauna Swartz, Antonia Matala, J. Sennesael, Luis Alberto Perez Amezcua, Dan Potter, Walter Goldstein, Gerry Russell, Pat Lunsford, Mohammed Mortazavi, April Knill, Patricia Gadsby, Lyn, Gerry Ney, Kurt R. Richter, Betty Hale, Britta Antonsson-Ogle, Christopher Jones, Moshe Golan, Mike Purtell, Ms. League, Marilyn Dickerson.
Box 4:1-6

General Correspondence 2004

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Marilyn Dickerson, Doug Darby, Moshe Golan, Felipe Silva, David Staples, Xavjeir GdFaith, Kent L. Erickson, Karen Rangel, Michael Rucker, Randy K. Schwartz, Britton Reed, Matthew Hanley, Bronwen Bromberger, Larry Pauling, Susan Woodfin, George G. Clarke, Howard and Deanna Needles, Megan Wyman, Stephen Strauss, Michael Evenson, Anne Keenleyside, Marije Hamaker, Brian Wynn, Clark Ford, Pat Lunsford, Antonis Zampelas, Guillermo Hough, Nina Planck, Claire Lomax, Maria Menges, Andrea Pieroni, Janet Momsen, Charlie Gray, Pat and Joan Lunsford, Jeya Henry, Helen Macbeth, John Hunter, Jim Lucoff, Jana Osbornova, El-Ayanambi Sundaramoorthy, Louis Whitehead, Ryan Fuller, Amy Friedman, Caroline and Chad Kurtz, Thanos Clossas, Jessica Perdew, Erica Moret, Shirley Johnson, Monica Rothschild-Boros, Nancy Isa.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Janet Momsen, Doug Darby, Marilyn Dickerson, Moshe Golan, Felipe Silva, Mel Ramey, Xavjeir GdFaith, Kent L. Erickson, Susan Woodfin, Karen Rangel, Tonio Antema, Britton Reed, Randy K. Schwartz, Lakis Kounoupa, Michael Rucker, Matthew Hanley, Bronwen Bromberger, George G. Clarke, Megan Wyman, Stephen Strauss, Clara Davis, Michael Evenson, Anne Keenleyside, Marije Hamaker, Pat Lunsford, Antonis Zampelas, Nina Planck, Aldrich Tan, Claire Lomax, Maria Menges, Andrea Pieroni, Jeya Henry, Janet Momsen, Antonia Matala, Pat and Joan Lunsford, John Hunter, Jana Osbornova, Marcel, Jim Lucoff, El-Ayanambi Sundaramoorthy, Amy Friedman, Shirley Johnson, Monica Rothschild-Boros, Nancy Isa.
Box 4:7-11

General Correspondence 2005

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: John Wilkins, Bill Clemens, Caroline Kurtz, Elwood Overholt, Robert Rucker, Robert Bye Boettler and Luz Maria Mera Ovando, Rhea Presiado, Antonia Matala, Bill Sones, Antonis and Fofi Zampelas, Pat and Joan Lunsford, Helen Macbeth, A. Melidonis, Georgia Loannou, Georgette and Joanna Grivetti, Hannah Salim, Amy Hahn, Rona Cherry, Harriet Goldman, Alice Medrich, Terry Powis, Bert Gordon, Kenneth Albala, Victoria Dickenson, Janet Momsen, Beatriz Cabezon, Jim Gay, Celia Shapiro, Pamela Richardson, Ann Grandjean, Dawn Hammond, Margaret Silver, Deanna Pucciarelli, Matthew Lange, Deanna Needles, Andrea Pieroni, kathy Sachs-Barrientes, Walter R. Mattfeld, Peter van Hest, Charlotte Biltekoff, Annie Breeze Harper, Mari Stachenfeld, John Bair, Teresa Dillinger, James Alterman, Maurizio G. Paoletti, Kathleen Gorman, Juan Motamayor, Patricia Barriga, Christopher Jones, John Skarstad, Howard-Yana Shapiro, Cristy Turner, Joanne Chen, Tim Walker, David Thorpe, Sera Young, Stan Derelian, Melissa Frelixas, Gretel Pelto, Jessica Grace Perdew, Charles Stuart Platkin, Nuccia Rosso, Marilyn Lin, William Cook.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Bill Clemens, Elwood Overholt, Robert Bye Boettler and Luz Maria Mera Ovando, Bill Sones, Pat and Joan Lunsford, Helen Macbeth, Hannah Salim, Rona Cherry, Celia Shapiro, Harriet Goldman, Alice Medrich, Bert Gordon, Victoria Dickenson, Janet Momsen, Jeya Henry, Antonia Matala, Beatriz Cabezon, Terry Powis, Kenneth Albala, Margaret Asselin, Rodney Snyder, Eric Whitacre, Jim Gay, Ann Grandjean, Pamela Richardson, Deanna Pucciarelli, Matthew Lange, Caroline Kurtz, Andrea Pieroni, Carl Keen, Carl Winter, Robert Rucker, Walter R. Mattfeld, Peter van Hest, Charlotte Biltekoff, Mari Stachenfeld, James Alterman, Maurizio G. Paoletti, Kathleen Gorman, Juan Motamayor, Christopher Jones, Tim Walker, Joanne Chen, David Thorpe, Gretel Pelto, Sera Young, Stan Derelian, Melissa Freixas, Jessica Grace Perdew, Charles Stuart Platkin, Nuccia Rosso.
Box 4:12-14

General Correspondence 2006

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Rossella Lorenzi, Amie Breeze Harper, Alan Titchenal, Helen Macbeth, Erica Ogg, Jim Carter, Sally Cummins, Argine and Bob Carter, Cheryl Laskowski, Greg Abbott, Caroline Kurtz, Allison Boomer, Aliza Johnson, Noelle Johnson, Britta Antonsson-Ogle, Diane L. Wolf, Jana Osbornova, Gary Sue Goodman, Peter L. Pellett, Hugh Symons, John King, Alessandra D'lnca, Barrett P. Brenton, Kit Meyers, John Polagruto, Antonia Matala, Bonny Specker, Gary Smith, Antonis Zampelas, Gilberto Lopez, Margie Freedman, Bob and Ellen Uffen, Suzanne Amigues, Andrew Dalby, Carlos Lomelin, Reed Parsell, Garrett Smith, Calanit Bar-Am, Jorn Seemann, Rana Montasser, Keokani K. Marciel, Angela Schneider, Cameron Shahabedin, Sera Young, Randi Konikoff Beranbaum.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Rossella Lorenzi, Amie Breeze Harper, Alan Titchenal, Sally Cummins, Argine and Bob Carter, Cheryl Laskowski, Greg Abbott, Jennifer Joyce, Allison Boomer, Britta Antonsson-Ogle, Diane L. Wolf, Robert Rucker, Peter L. Pellett, Kit Meyers, Barrett P. Brenton, Maurizio and Antonia Matala, Hugh Symons, Antonia Matala, Bonny Specker, Louis Whitehead, Lizeth Cazares, Gary Smith, Antonis Zampelas, Gilberto Lopez, Margie Freedman, Barbara O. Schneeman, Vincent Hegarty, Suzanne Amigues, Sergio Arispe, Eduardo Mendez, Carlos Lomelin, Aliza Johnson, Reed Parsell, Caroline Kurtz, Garrett Smith, Jorn Seemann, Rana Montasser, Cameron Shahabedin, Angela Schneider, Sera Young, Randi Konikoff Beranbaum.
Box 4:15-16

General Correspondence 2007

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Randi Beranbaum, Carl L. Keen, Suzanne Barber, E. Ashley Wright, Teresa Dillinger, Suzanne Piscopo, Andrew F. Smith, Brenna Barsam, Nazeela Sabir, Nigel J.R. Allan, Caitlin Merlo, Antonia Matala, Antonis Zampelas, Judith Newton, Susan M. Woodfin, Susan Stern Zabriskie, Cassius Lockett, Meisa Al-Foraih, Robert Uffen, Harold H. Sandstead, Jasna Robinson, Sam Hilt, Pat and Joan Lunsford, Rebecca Senia, Erin Digitale, Kara Thompson, Janet Momsen, Amie Breeze Harper, Xavjeir GdFaith, Rebecca M. Torres, Gerald Ney, Marianne Gillette, Sera Young, Michael B. Cosmopoulos, Charles E. Hess, Marlene M. Machut.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: Randi Beranbaum, Bonny L. Specker, E. Ashley Wright, Tony Waters, Brenna Barsam, Andrew F. Smith, Nazeela Sabir, Nigel J.R. Allan, Antonia Matala, Deanna Pucciarelli, Susan M. Woodfin, Judith Newton, Susan Stern Zabriskie, Cassius Lockett, Meisa Al-Foraih, Robert Uffen, Robert Rucker, Harold H. Sandstead, Antonis Zampelas, Sam Hilt, Pat and Joan Lunsford, Rebecca Senia, Janet Momsen, Suzanne Piscopo, Gerald Ney, Michael B. Cosmopoulos, Sera Young, LaShon Jones, Marlene M. Machut.
Box 4:17-18

General Correspondence 2008 January-June

Scope and Content Note

Includes incoming correspondence from: Andrew Dalby, Randi Konikoff Beranbaum, Johanna Dwyer, Antonis Zampelas, Andrea Pieroni, Gabriella Morini, Deanna Pucciarelli, Charles E. Hess, Antonia Matala, Suzanne Piscopo, John Boe, Sera Young, Robert Rucker, Jan Y. Uriu-Adams, Mariano Lionel Di Miro, Alan Titchenal, Lyn Ages, Ineke Vorster, Sylvia Rowe, Kathy Humphries, Daniel Lopez de Romana, Kathryn M. Kolasa, James M. Rippe, Caroline Kurtz, Noelle Johnson, Eric Schroeder, Barbara Quinn, Marilyn Uwate.

Scope and Content Note

Includes outgoing correspondence to: LaShon Jones, Marlene Machut, Harold Schmitz, Howard Shapiro, Gail Broadright, Rodney Snyder, Randi Konikoff Beranbaum, Robert Rucker, Carl Keen, Andrea Pieroni, Antonis Zampelas, Gabriella Morini, Deanna Pucciarelli, Mrs. Jones, Antonia Matala, Charles E. Hess, J.T. Lumeij, Professor Breckenridge, John Boe, Sera Young, Mariano Lionel Di Miro, Sylvia Rowe, Lyn Ages, Ineke Vorster, Kathy Humphries, Daniel Lopez de Romana, Kathryn M. Kolasa, Wes Wallender, James M. Rippe, Caroline Kurtz, Suzanne Piscopo, Eric Schroeder, Barbara Quinn, Marilyn Uwate.
Box 4:19

William J. Darby. Selected correspondence 1975-1983

Box 4:20

Rose Marie Pangborn. Selected correspondence and Memorial Service 1975-1990

Box 4:21-22

Britta Ogle. Selected correspondence 1980-1995

Box 4:23

Christine Wilson. Selected correspondence 1974-1983

 

Series 6. Academics, 1970-2008

Scope and Content Note

This series contains selected documents and materials related to academics: advising, mentoring, teaching, advising and visiting professorships. The series is arranged in thirteen subseries: 1. Teaching: Undergraduate Courses, 2. Teaching: Graduate Level Courses, 3. Teaching: Selected Campus and Off-Campus Guest Lectures, 4. Teaching: Cooperative Extension Courses, 5. Teaching: Short Courses, 6. Teaching: Reader and Textbook Development, 7. Teaching: Recognition, 8. Advising-Mentoring, 9. Visiting Professorships, 10. Selected Professional Presentations: Selected Professional Presentations: Local and California, 11. Selected Professional Presentations: National, 12. Selected Professional Presentations: International, 13. Selected Academic and Professional Service Activities (Campus/Local, State/National, International).
 

Subseries 6.1 Teaching: Undergraduate Courses 1970-1998

Scope and Content Note

Box 4:24-27

Food Science and Technology 112/120. Food and Culture. Bibliographies; syllabus; readings; selection of outstanding food and culture student papers 1970-1976

Box 4:28-35, 5:1-4

Geography 125A. Geography of the Middle East and North Africa. Lectures; handouts; map locations; sample examinations; class readers 1978-1995

Box 5:5-7

Geography 175. Nutritional Geography. Course description; lectures; handouts; fieldwork exercise; copies of overheads used in class undated

Box 5:8-13

Nutrition 20. Introduction to Food and Culture. Course description; TEAM [Teaching Excellence and Merit] contract; lectures; section presentation and discussion materials; handouts; guide to critical thinking; exploring diversity 1988-1993

Box 5:14

Nutrition 51. Archaeology, Food, and Human Diet. Course approval form and thematic outline undated

Box 5:15

Nutrition 51. History, Food, and Human Diet. Course approval form and thematic outline undated

Box 5:16-23

Nutrition 120/120A. Nutritional Anthropology. Course description; lectures; handouts; class exercise [When the Darkness Descended] 1988-1999

Box 5:24-32

Nutrition 120B. Nutritional Geography. Course description; lectures; handouts; student essays on fieldwork dilemmas and solutions 2000

Box 5:33-37, 6:1-4

Nutrition 130. Methods in Food History. Class announcements; lectures; handouts (1 of 9) 2006 Winter

Box 6:5

Nutrition 190. No Free Lunch: Environmental-Ethical-Legal Controversies in Nutrition. Undergraduate Nutrition Seminar. Course outline version I and II undated

Box 6:6

Freshman Seminar Program: General Information. Campus-wide announcements 1991-1996

Box 6:7

Freshman Seminar: Archaeology and History of Food. Course description; lectures; handouts 1991 Fall

Box 6:8-12

Freshman Seminar: Before Junk Food. Selected Topics in Food History. Course outline; lectures; handouts 1995-1996

Box 6:13-15

Freshman Seminar: Chocolate. Integrated Perspectives from the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Biological Sciences. Proposal; lectures; handouts; notes 2003-2005

Box 6:16

Freshman Seminar: From Living Off the Land to Fast Food. Selected Topics in Food History. Course description 1995 Winter

Box 6:17-19

Freshman Seminar: Hard Choices. Selected Themes in Nutritional Ethics. Expanded course outline; lectures; handouts; class syllabus with discussion questions 1994-1995

Box 6:20

Freshman Seminar: Landscapes of Mars. Course description; lectures; handouts 1992 Winter

Box 6:21-26

Freshman Seminar: Making and Ending War. Course description; lectures; handouts; discussion questions; Syllabus parts I and II, From Biblical Times to the Crusades. Reading Assignments 1989

Box 6:27-30

Freshman Seminar: South Africa. Rich Past, Troubled Present, Bright Future. Course description; lectures; handouts; political maps; brief sketches of prominent personalities; glossary of geographical and political terms; acronyms used in southern Africa; suggested seminar paper topics; selected references; historical background; apartheid literature and poetry; chronology -- prehistory through 1989 1989-1990

Box 6:31-32

Freshman Seminar: Tales from the Crypt. Food and Medicine in Ancient Egypt. Course description; lectures; handouts; questions for discussion 1994-1995

Box 6:33

Freshman Seminar: Visions of Mars: War in Film, Music, and Poetry. Course description 1992 Spring

Box 6:34-41

Freshman Seminar: The Mediterranean. Where Armageddon Waits. Course description; budget; general announcement; seminar working group; seminar-related correspondence; lectures; handouts; questions for quest speakers; miscellaneous documents 1998 Spring

Box 6:42-52, 7:1-18

Davis Honors Challenge. Vietnam: The Way We Were -- The Way We Are, 1996-1997. Course description; activities by week and topics for exploration; handouts; chronology 1857-1995; questionnaire surveys; background materials to guest speakers; bibliographies; course-related correspondence; lectures; student presentations; questions and responses from veterans; final team reports; instructor report to Davis Honors Challenge Director; seminar-related expenses; acknowledgments and dedication; course-related documents 1996-1997

 

Subseries 6.2 Teaching: Graduate Level Courses 1979-2006

Scope and Content Note

Box 7:19

Geography 200. Introductory Seminar and Friday Forum. Course description; objectives; delivering formal presentations undated

Box 7:20

Geography 200B. Introduction to Geography. Presentation: What Geography is about undated

Box 7:21-28

Geography 200D. Introduction to Fieldwork. Data Collection, Methods, and Writing Proposals. Course overview; lectures; handouts 2006 Spring

Box 7:29

Geography 291. Egypt. Cultural, Medical, and Nutritional Relationships. Course objectives; class requirements; weekly discussion themes; reserve reading list. 1979-1980

Scope and Content Note

[NOTE: for additional lecture and handout materials see: Extension Course: Nile Treasures. The Art and Civilizations of Ancient, Greco-Roman, and Islamic Egypt, 1979]
Box 7:30

Geography 298. Graduate Group Seminar. Presentation: What Is Geography and Objectives for the Quarter undated

Box 7:31

Nutrition 290. Introductory Graduate Seminar. Course overview; presentations; handouts; assignments; journals to be consulted regularly 1987-1992

Box 7:32

Nutrition 290C. Research Group Meetings. Lectures; basic English and how to learn field languages; introduction to cultural nutrition; writing proposals and research paradigms; interview methods and techniques; organization and purpose of research undated

Box 7:33

Nutrition 298. Qualifying Examination Preparation. Course description; lectures; handouts; sample Ph.D. orals questions 1996 Winter

Box 7:34-37

Nutrition 492A. Professionalism. Course description; lectures; handouts; assignments 2006 Winter

 

Subseries 6.3 Teaching: Selected Campus and Off-Campus Guest Lectures 1976-1989

Scope and Content Note

Box 7:38-40

Lectures (various topics) presented on the UC Davis campus in different departments 1976-1989

Box 7:41

Lectures (various topics) presented off campus to different organizations [USAID; UC San Diego; Consumnes River College; ARCS Foundation, San Francisco 1978-1983

 

Subseries 6.4 Teaching: Cooperative Extension Courses 1978-1979

Scope and Content Note

Box 7:42

Nile Treasures. The Art and Civilizations of Ancient, Greco-Roman, and Islamic Egypt, 1979. Course proposal; description; handouts; sample lecture; general publicity 1978-1979

 

Subseries 6.5 Teaching: Short Courses 1994

Box 7:43-44

University of California, Davis/University of Hanoi/National Institute for Agricultural Planning and Projection Short Course on Nutritional Geography. NIAPP/Ministry of Agriculture Conference Center and University of Hanoi Conference Center, Hanoi, Socialist Republic of Vietnam, 1994. Schedule; lectures; handouts 1994

Box 7:45

University of California, Davis/University of Hanoi/National Institute for Agricultural Planning and Projection Short Course on Writing Effective Grants. NIAPP/Ministry of Agriculture Conference Center and University of Hanoi Conference Center, Hanoi, Socialist Republic of Vietnam, 1994. Lectures; workshop and discussion 1994

 

Subseries 6.6 Teaching: Reader and Textbook Development 1978-2004

Scope and Content Note

Box 7:46

Reader: Culture, Food Habits, and Nutritional Status. Correspondence 1978-1980

Box 7:47-48

Textbook: Cultural Aspects of Nutrition. The Integration of Art and Science. The Oxford Brookes University Lectures, 2003. Correspondence and copy of book 2003-2004

 

Subseries 6.7 Teaching: Recognition 1993-1994

Scope and Content Note

Box 8:1

TEAM [Teaching Excellence and Merit] Award. Correspondence and announcements 1993-1994

Box 8:2

National Awards Program for Excellence in College and University Teaching in the Food and Agricultural Sciences. Correspondence 1994

 

Subseries 6.8 Advising-Mentoring 1992-2010

Scope and Content Note

Box 8:3

Children of Kampuchea. A Film by Helen Lawhead. Shooting script undated

Box 8:4

MURALS [Mentoring Undergraduates n Research, College of Agriculture and Letters and Sciences]. UC Davis, Mentor of the year, 1993. Correspondence 2010

Box 8:5

Special Program, College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, for Mentoring Cooperative Extension Specialists. Correspondence 1992

Box 8:6

Pro Femina Research Consortium. Outstanding Mentor Awards for 1997-1998. Correspondence 1997

Box 8:7

University of California, Davis. Women's Consortium, Mentor of the Year Award. Correspondence 2007

 

Subseries 6.9 Visiting Professorships 1978-2007

Box 8:8-15

Ethel Austin Martin Visiting Professorship, South Dakota State University, Brookings, South Dakota, February 3rd-8th, 1985. Ethel Austin Martin biographical materials; sample student newspapers; selection process; correspondence; press releases and newsletters; schedule of events; formal presentations; Ethel Austin Martin obituary; correspondence regarding subsequent visits to Brookings and guest lectures in 2006 1978-2007

Box 8:16

Richard Nixon Visiting Professorship, Whittier College, Whittier, California, October 21st-25th, 1985. Correspondence; formal presentations; Whittier's poetry dealing with war and the Middle East 1985

Box 8:17-24

Helen LeBaron Hilton Endowed Chair and Visiting Professorship, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, April 25th - June 2nd, 2000. Correspondence; presentations; miscellaneous materials from Iowa State University 1999-2000

Box 8:25-26

Harokopio University Visiting Professorship, Athens, Greece. First Period April 24th - June 27th, 2002; Second Period June 1st - July 31st, 2004. Correspondence; lectures; class schedules; ethical topics in nutrition [Greek text] 2002-2003

Box 8:27-31

Oxford Brookes Visiting Professor, Oxford, England. Correspondence; seminar schedule; campus announcements; course handouts 2003 April-June

 

Subseries 6.10 Selected Professional Presentations: Selected Professional Presentations: Local and California 1978-2003

Box 8:32

Association of College and University Housing Officers. 30th Annual Conference. University of California Davis, Davis, California. Conference program and workshop 1978 July 16-20

Box 8:33

Southwestern Anthropological Association, Santa Barbara, California, March 29-31, 1979. Abstracts and presentation 1979 March 29-31

Box 8:34

American Heart Association California Affiliate. Symposium for Professionals in Nutrition Education. Sacramento, California. Program 1979 May 16-20

Box 8:35

Faculty Development Workshop Conference, University of California, Davis, May 18th, 1979. Correspondence; program; handouts 1979 May

Box 8:36

California Dietetic Association Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, September 18th - 20th, 1979. Announcement; program; presentation 1979 August-September

Box 8:37

Annual Meeting, Society of Sigma Xi. University of California, Davis. May 29th, 1980. Correspondence; program; presentation 1980

Box 8:38

Child Nutrition Advisory Council, California State Department of Education. Agenda and presentation 1980 October 21

Box 8:39

Politics, Propaganda, Symbols and Food. A Conference at Mills College, Oakland, California. Program; speaker list; presentation 1980 November 20

Box 8:40

University of California, Davis, 5th Annual Ag Science Field Day, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Program and presentation 1981 March 7

Box 8:41

Food Science and Nutrition Lecture Series, Chapman College, Orange, California, April 7th, 1981. Correspondence; abstract; presentation 1980-1981

Box 8:42

California Nutrition Council. University of California, Davis. Davis, California. Agenda; program; presentation 1981 May 15

Box 8:43

Rotary International, Davis, California. August 31st, 1981. Correspondence; program; presentation 1981

Box 8:44

Geography Forum. California State University, Chico, California. September 30th, 1981. Correspondence; speaker list; presentation 1981

Box 8:45

Cal Aggie Alumni Association Alumni Day Mini-Course. University of California, Davis, October 24th, 1981. Correspondence; advertisement; presentation 1981

Box 8:46

San Gabriel Valley Area Health Education Center. Workshop: Selected Topics on Nutrition for Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants. May 14th, 1982 1982

Box 8:47

Greater Los Angeles Nutrition Council and the Department of Pharmacology and Nutrition, University of Southern California School of Medicine. March 30th, 1982. Correspondence; announcement; presentation 1981-1982

Box 8:48

Department of Pharmacology and Nutrition, School of Medicine, University of Southern California, Los Angeles. March 30th, 1982. Correspondence and presentation 1981-1982

Box 8:49

Inland Nutrition Council [San Bernardino and Riverside Counties]. Loma Linda, California, March 31st, 1982. Correspondence; announcement; presentation 1981-1982

Box 8:50

California Dietetic Association. Annual Meeting: Expanding Horizons. Monterey, California. May 24th - 27th, 1982. Program and presentation 1981-1982

Box 8:51

First All-UC Conference on the History and Pre-History of Man-Animal Relationships, University of California, Davis. April 25th-27th, 1986. Correspondence; program; handouts; publications distributed; participant list 1985-1986

Box 8:52

Food For The World. A Conference to Dispel Hunger Myths. University of California, Davis. Davis, California, April 24th - 27th [1986]. Program and presentation 1986 April 24-27

Box 8:53

Conference: The Multilateral Project of the United Nations Association of the United States and the Department of Nutrition of the University of California, Davis. Davis, California, April 15th, 1987. Correspondence; briefing book; advertisements; conference proceedings; presentation; memorial program commemorating life of Chancellor Emeritus Emil Mrak [Chancellor Mrak died earlier in the week] 1987

Box 8:54

National Geography Awareness Week. University of California, Davis. Presentation 1988 January 15

Box 8:55

Greek Independence Day Celebration, Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, Sacramento, California. Presentation 1988 March 27

Box 8:56

California Dairy Council Meeting. University of California, Davis, September 13th, 1989. Correspondence; presentation; handout 1989

Box 8:57

Agricultural Leadership Program Conference, University of California, Davis. January 3rd, 1990. Correspondence; program; presentation; handout 1989-1990

Box 8:58

Memorial Service for Professor Rose Marie Pangborn, Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Davis, California, April 29th, 1990. Correspondence; Eulogy; memorial resolution 1990

Box 8:59

Fourth Annual Nutrition Symposium, San Joaquin Valley. What's Left to Eat: Combating Misinformation. Perspectives on Food Safety and Dietary Intake. Visalia, California, March 1st-2nd, 1990. Correspondence; program; presentation 1989-1990

Box 8:60

University of California Cooperative Extension. Satellite Symposium: Diet and Health. Combating Misinformation. Program; presentation; handouts 1991 September 27

Box 8:61

Rotary International, Davis, California. Program and presentation 1992 February 24

Box 8:62

Culinary Exchange. California Beef Council. Hornblower Yacht the Santa Rosa, Pier 3, San Francisco, California, March 10th, 1992. Correspondence; program; presentations; handouts 1991-1992

Box 8:63

Northern California Reserve Officers Training Corps Military Ball and Graduate Banquet, Travis Air Force Base, Fairfield, California. Invitation; program; presentation 1992 May 9

Box 8:64

Cutting Edge of Science Lecture Series. Davis, California. May 12th, 1992. Correspondence; series announcement; presentation 1992

Box 8:65

Workshop. Potential Health Effects of Components of Plant Foods and Beverages in the Diet. University of California, Davis. Program; presentation; workshop proceedings 1992 August 14-15

Box 8:66

University of California. Cooperative Extension: Diet and Beef Workshop, September 18th, 1992. Correspondence; program; presentation 1992

Box 8:67

California Home Economics Association Biennial Convention, Sacramento, California. March 19th-21st, 1993. Correspondence; presentation 1993

Box 8:68

Society of American Military Engineers, Sacramento Post. Monthly Meeting, August 19th, 1993. Correspondence; presentation 1993

Box 8:69

Annual Convention, Northern California Chapters, American Field Service, University of California, Davis. Presentation 1994 January 12

Box 8:70

The International Organization for the Study of Human Development [IOSHD] Conference, University of California, Berkeley. October 21st, 1994. Correspondence; program; presentation 1994

Box 9:1

Library Associates Meeting, University of California, Davis, November 12th, 1995. Presentation and handout souvenir 1995 November 12

Box 9:2

Memorial Service for Alhassan Manu, Orchard Park Community Center, University of California, Davis. Announcement; eulogy 1995 December 3

Box 9:3

The American Institute of Wine and Food, Italian Gastronomy Program: The Olive as a Metaphor for Immigration, University of California, Davis, January 20th, 1996. Correspondence; introduction; presentation 1995-1996

Box 9:4

University of California Research Expedition Program 20th anniversary Convocation, Berkeley, California, October 19th, 1996. Correspondence; announcement; presentation 1996

Box 9:5

Conference on Age-Related Disease. Prevention and Environment. University of California, Davis. Program and presentation 1997 November 3

Box 9:6

Symposium. Food, Health, and Healing. An Exploration Across Cultures and Through Time. The California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco. February 21st, 1998. Correspondence; speaker list; program; presentation 1998

Box 9:7

Symposium: Center for Near Eastern Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. March 20th, 1998. Correspondence; program; presentation and handouts 1998

Box 9:8

Culinary Institute of America, University of California, Davis. Speaker list and presentation 1999 May 6

Box 9:9

San Francisco Bay Area History of Medicine Society, University of California School of Medicine. November 8th, 2000. Correspondence; advertisement; presentation 2000

Box 9:10

Joint Fall Meeting, The California Classical Association South, and The Southern California Friends of Ancient History, California State University, Long Beach, October 27th, 2001. Correspondence; announcement; presentation; Athenaeus' Banquet Song in Greek (Deipnosophists, XV:695:19); Gianaclis Vineyard brochure 2001

Box 9:11

COPIA. American Center for Wine, Food, and The Arts. Napa, California. Presentation 2003 February 15

 

Subseries 6.11 Selected Professional Presentations: National 1971-2005

Box 9:12

Gordon Research Conference on The Chemistry and Psychophysiology of Odor and Flavor, Tilton School, Tilton, New Hampshire, July 31st - August 4th, 1972. Correspondence; program; list of participants; presentation; conference photograph; initial draft manuscript 1971-1972

Box 9:13

Annual Meeting, The Association of American Geographers, Salt Lake City, Utah. April 27th, 1977. Correspondence; speaker abstracts; presentations 1977

Box 9:14

Association of Pacific Coast Geographers. 40th Annual Meeting, Hilo, Hawaii, June 21-25, 1977. Correspondence; abstracts; conference program; presentation 1977

Box 9:15

Department of State, Agency for International Development Colloquium: Development Needs and Opportunities for Cooperation in Southern Africa, January 8th-10th, 1979. Correspondence; preliminary and final programs; participant lists; report to Congress 1978-1979

Box 9:16

The Sugar Association and Food and Nutrition Advisory Council Meeting. The Breakers, Palm Beach, Florida, October 15th-16th, 1979. Correspondence; program agenda and speaker list; research statements 1979

Box 9:17

American Dietetic Association 62nd Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, October 22nd-26th, 1979. Correspondence; program; program abstracts; presentation 1979

Box 9:18

United States Department of Agriculture, Human Nutrition Center, and Pennsylvania State University Conference on Eating Patterns, University Park, Pennsylvania, July 31st - August 1st, 1980. Correspondence; bibliography; proceedings 1980

Box 9:19

Lillian Fountain Smith Conference for Nutrition Educators, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, July 20th-22nd, 1981. Correspondence; program; speaker and participant lists; presentation and handout 1981

Box 8:71

World Food Day Teleconference. University of California, Davis. Davis, California. UC Davis Coordinator, L. Grivetti. Final Report. Teleconference report; national committee for World Food Day 1984 October 16

Box 9:20

Kansas State University Farm Systems and Nutrition Group. October 7th, 1982. Correspondence; presentation 1982

Box 9:21

Northwestern Illinois Nutrition Education Project. 5th Annual State of Illinois Nutrition Conference, Glen Ellyn, Illinois. March 23rd, 1983. Correspondence. Program; presentations 1982-1983

Box 9:22

Annual Meeting. The Nutrition Foundation. Food and Nutrition Liaison Committee, Coronado, California, January 10th-14th, 1983. Correspondence; participant and attendance lists; program; photographs; presentation 1982-1983

Box 9:23

Symposium on Roles of Cereals and Legumes in the Food Supply. Iowa State University, Ames. June 1st-3rd, 1983. Correspondence; program; presentation; publication announcement; photograph of corn dollies [woven wheat] purchased at Avebury, England 1982-1983

Box 9:24

United States Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service Human Nutrition Planning Workshop. Grand Forks, North Dakota, September 21st-23rd, 1983. Correspondence; workshop agenda; participants; planning groups; summary reports 1983

Box 9:25

General Food Corporation Workshop on Food Additives, Tarrytown, New York, May 8th, 1984. Correspondence; program and speaker list; presentation 1984

Box 9:26

Institute of Food Technologists. 44th Annual Meeting. Anaheim, California. June 10th-13th, 1984. Correspondence; program; presentation; editorials and announcements; publication; professional comments 1983-1984

Box 9:27

Washington State University Extension Nutrition Annual Conference -- Food for Thought -- Nutrition Facts, Fallacies & Realities in the 80's. February 1st, 1986. Correspondence; presentation 1985-1986

Box 9:28

Food Update '85. Consumer, Processor, Regulator: Closing the Triangle or Squaring the Circle? South Seas Plantation, Captiva Island, Florida, April 21st-25th, 1985. Correspondence; program; presentation 1985

Box 9:29

International Pan African Nutrition Conference. Nutritional Priorities for Health. Sponsored by The Lambo Foundation, Africa, and The American Friends of the Lambo Foundation. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. November 5th-7th, 1986. Correspondence; program; list of attendees 1986

Box 9:30

Washington State Dietetic Association Convention, Networking in the 90's: Strategies for Success. Spokane, Washington. May 14th-15th, 1987. Correspondence; program; presentations 1986-1987

Box 9:31

African Development Conference. Our Goal to Self-Sufficiency: An Agenda for Action, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, December 2nd, 1989. Correspondence; program; presentation 1989

Box 9:32

California Sugar Beet Growers Association. Annual Convention. Reno, Nevada. Presentation 1994 February 16

Box 9:33-37

American Institute of Nutrition. History of Nutrition Symposium. Nutrition and Physical Performance: A Century of Progress and Tribute to the Modern Olympic Movement (1898-1998), Washington DC, April 15th, 1996. American Institute of Nutrition History of Nutrition Committee minutes; invitation to organize/coordinate symposium; correspondence; proposal; meeting agenda; announcement; funding issues; banquet and participant gifts; presentations; symposium publication 1994-1996

Box 9:38

New York Academy of Sciences Conference on Nutritional Implications of Macronutrient Substitutes, Arlington, Virginia, October 27th-29th, 1996. Correspondence; registration list; program abstracts; presentation; publication 1996

Box 9:39-41

IDECG/IUNS Workshop on Causes and Consequences of Intrauterine Growth Retardation (IUGR). Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Presentation; manuscript [expanded version] 1996 November 11

Box 9:42-43

American Anthropological Association 95th Annual Meeting. Special Session: Nutritional Anthropology. Pondering Our Past, Planning our Future. San Francisco, California. November 20th, 1996. Correspondence; program; session participant list; presentation; expanded text and typed manuscript 1996

Box 9:44

American Society for Nutritional Sciences. Mini-Symposium: History: Experiments that Changed Nutritional Thinking, New Orleans, April 5th-10th, 1997. Correspondence; symposium speaker list 1997

Box 9:45-46

Symposium: Cultural-Historical Aspects of Food. Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. April 9th, 1999. Correspondence; presentations; proceedings 1998-1999

Box 9:47-48

Symposium. Institute for International Research. Health and Wellness Foods, Meeting Consumer Demands for Future Foods. Rosemont, Illinois. September 15th-17th, 1999. Program and presentation 1999

Box 9:49

Defining Energy for a New Millennium. International Life Sciences Institute. Washington DC. April 4th-5th, 2000. Presentation and symposium publication 2000-2001

Box 9:50

American Dietetic Association Annual Meeting. Session: Perceptions and Practice in Weight Management: Past, Present, and Future. St. Louis, Missouri, October 21st 2001. Proposal; topical outline; presentation 2001

Box 9:51

National Institutes of Health: Dietary Supplement Use in Children: Who, What, Why, and Where Do We Go From Here? Office of Prevention Research and International Programs, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Natcher Auditorium, NIH Campus, Bethesda, Maryland, February 12th, 2001. Program; presentation; typed manuscript with expanded text and references 2001

Box 9:52

California Dietetic Association, Annual Meeting. San Diego. September 18th, 2002. Correspondence; presentation; manuscript; resources and documents on insects as human food 2002

Box 9:53

Cocoa Symposium. Theobroma cacao: Ancient Crop, Medicinal Plant, Surprising Future. Session: Anthropology and History. National Academies, Washington DC.. Presentation and handout 2004 February 10

Box 9:54

Southwestern Anthropological Association. 76th Annual Meeting, San Jose, California. Program, abstracts; presentation 2005 April 28-30

 

Subseries 6.12 Selected Professional Presentations: International 1971-2006

Scope and Content Note

Arranged chronologically.
Box 9:55

Western Hemisphere Nutrition Congress III. Bal Harbor, Miami Beach, Florida, August 30th - September 2nd, 1971. Program and Participants 1971

Box 10:1

Regional Seminar-Workshop. Nutritional Aspects of Family Health, Nairobi, Kenya, January 13th - 25th, 1975. Correspondence; seminar participants; presentation 1974-1975

Box 10:2

Fourth International Beilinson Symposium on Nutrition and the Diabetic Child. Herzlia, Israel, May 21-24, 1978. Correspondence and program 1977-1978

Box 10:3

International Aquaculture Conference, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, September 2-9, 1978. Correspondence; participant list; conference summary 1978

Box 10:4-5

International Geographical Union, Commission on Rural Development, and Department of Geography, California State University, Fresno. Symposium. Rural Development: Theory and Practice. Fresno, California. April 23rd-25th, 1981. Correspondence; program; typed manuscript 1980-1981

Box 10:6-10

Workshop on Nutrition Intervention. XII International Congress of Nutrition, San Diego, California, August 18th, 1981. Preliminary notes; correspondence; symposium drafts; program; abstracts; presentation and handout 1980-1981

Box 10:11-15

Chairs of Technology Programme in Food Processing, Biotechnologies, and Nutrition and Health, Dakar, Senegal. March 17-19, 1986. Correspondence; program; participant list; manuscripts; conference photograph; final report 1986

Box 10:16

Convegno l'informazione alimentare. Mangiare meglio per vivere meglio. Instituto Nazionale della Nutrizione, Rome, Italy, January, 9th-10th, 1987. Correspondence; presentation; conference proceedings 1986-1987

Box 10:17-20

Sixth National Congress South African Dietetics and Home Economics Association, Stellenbosch, Republic of South Africa, June 22-26, 1987. Correspondence; conference announcement; documents related to pre-program activities; program and abstracts; presentation; manuscript working draft 1986-1987

Box 10:21-22

The Mediterranean Diet and Food Culture. What, Why, How. European Cultural Center of Delphi, Greece. September 19th-21st, 1988. Correspondence; program; post-conference activities, 1988-1993)

Box 10:23-24

Symposium 34. Nutrition and Anthropology. 14th International Congress of Nutrition, Seoul, Republic of Korea. August 20th-25th, 1989. Correspondence; program; presentation; conference photographs 1988-1989

Box 10:25

International Symposium on the Origins and Ancient History of Wine. Robert Mondavi Winery, Napa, California, April 29th-May 5th, 1991. Correspondence; program; presentation; publications 1991

Box 10:26-29

Cosa c'é per Colazione? Le Abitudini Alimentari degli Americani e degli Italiani a Confronto [What's For Breakfast? Comparison of American and Italian Breakfast Patterns]. Aggiuni un Pasto a Tavola. Gli Italiani Imparano a Fare la Prima Colazione. Milan, Italy. November 11th, 1993. Correspondence; program; presentation [short]; presentation [long]; conference lunch menu; documents distributed at conference 1993

Box 10:30-31

XXIth International Ornithological Congress, Symposium on Chemical Defenses in Birds, Hofburg, Vienna, August 20-25th, 1994. Correspondence; conference advance program; presentation 1993-1994

Box 10:32-36

Department of Agricultural Chemistry, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Republic of China, May 16th; Meeting of the Academia Sinica Institute, Taipei, Republic of China, May 18th; and 20th Annual Meeting, Chinese Nutritional Society. Special Symposium: Perspectives in Nutritional Research, Taipei, Republic of China, May 19th, 1995. Correspondence; schedule; presentation(s) 1994-1995

Box 10:37

Research Seminar Series, Nestles, Lausanne, Switzerland, May 14th, 1996. Correspondence and presentation 1995-1996

Box 10:38

Concepto y Perspectivas Actuales del Etiquetado Nutrimental. ILSI de México, México DC, May 21st, 1998. Correspondence and presentation 1998

Box 10:39

XXIX Congreso Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnologia de los Alimentos. Universidad Autonoma de Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes, Mexico, September 20th-26th, 1998. Correspondence; program; presentation 1998

Box 10:40

British Association for the Advancement of Science. Festival of Science, Glasgow, Scotland, September 3rd-7th, 2001. Correspondence and presentation 2001

Box 10:41

China Food Summit. Shanghai International Convention Center. Program and presentation 2002 November 12-15

Box 10:42-45

XIIth IUFoST Congress. The ICSU Union Symposium. The Healthy and Sustainable Food Chain. Chicago, Illinois, July 16-20, 2003. Correspondence; program; presentation; manuscripts [long and short versions]

Box 10:46-51

VIIth IOC Olympic World Congress on Sport Sciences. Physical, Nutritional, and Psychological Care of the Athlete in the 21st Century. Athens, Greece. October 7th - 11th, Session: Nutrition-Supplementation and Sports Performance, Athens, Greece. October 8th, 2003. Correspondence; Olympic victor lists; abstract; presentation; dinner invitation 2003

Box 10:52-54

Colloque International Athenaeus II. Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris, December 18th-20th, 2003. Correspondence; program; presentation; manuscript version [long]; presentation by Matthew Lange 2003

Box 10:55-56

Cocoa Symposium 2004. Theobroma cacao: Ancient Crop, Medicinal Plant, Surprising Future. Session: Anthropology and History. National Academies, Washington, D.C., February 10th, 2004. Correspondence; itinerary; abstract; presentation; handouts 2004

Box 11:1-2

Ninth International Congress, International Society of Ethnobotany. Panel: Ethnopharmacy and Migration. University of Kent, Canterbury, England, June 13th-17th, 2004. Correspondence; session schedule; presentations by Grivetti and Corlett 2003-2004

Box 11:3-5

Conference Consumption of Non-Foods, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, England. June 5th, 2005. Correspondence; speakers and attendees; abstracts; program; presentation 2004-2008

Box 11:6

The Educational Seminars of Applied Training. Metabolism. Athens, Greece, June 15-17, 2005. Correspondence; program; presentation 2005

Box 11:7-8

Multi-Disciplinary Research Unit [MDRU]. Symposium: Intersection of Value-Added Natural Products and Sustainable Agriculture: What Can We Learn from Flavanols and Cocoa. Kew Gardens, Richmond, England. August 22nd, 2005. Correspondence; program; presentation 2005

Box 11:9

MDRU [Multi-Disciplinary Research Unit] Conference. Premiumization and Added Value. University of California, Davis. October 11th, 2005. Correspondence and presentation 2005

Box 11:10-12

Theobroma Cacao. The Tree of Change. The National Academies, Washington, DC, February 9-10,. 2006. Correspondence; logistics; roundtable panels; poster specifications; program; biographies; presentation; posters 2006

Box 11:13-14

Biodiversita, Sostenibilita e Solidarieta. Casi concreti. Seminario internazionale per gli studenti. Dipartimento di Biologia, Universita degli Studi de Padova, Italia, Aprile 26-27, 2006. Correspondence; program; presentation 2005-2006

Box 11:15

Concept Maps: Theory, Methodology, Technology. Second International Conference on Concept Mapping, San José, Costa Rica, September 5th - 8th, 2006. Correspondence; program; poster 2006

 

Subseries 6.13 Selected Academic and Professional Service Activities (Campus/Local, State/National, International) 1966-2002

Box 11:16

UC Davis Quarter to Semester Conversion Issue 1997

Box 11:17-20

Development of the Graduate Group in Geography and Disestablishment of the Department of Geography 1982-1996

Box 11:21-22

International House, Davis 1997-1999

Box 11:23

Phi Kappa Phi Honorarya Society 2005

Box 11:24

Professors For the Future. Correspondence; brochures; presentations undated

Box 11:25

Program in College Teaching. Brochure and presentation 1966

Box 11:26-29

California Nutrition Council. Correspondence; initial committee drafts; meeting agenda; materials distributed at state symposium; typed manuscript authored by Grivetti and Rooney; participant comments; presentation 1994-1995

Box 11:30

Vietnam Consortium. Correspondence; meeting agendas and minutes 1997

Box 11:31

International Commission on the Anthropology of Food 1981-1982

Box 11:32-45

Egypt Project/UC Davis. Correspondence; minutes; team site visit to Egypt; Blakeley report; Grivetti minority report 1976-1981

Box 11:46

American Institute of Nutrition. Correspondence; History Committee membership; photograph of members 1982-1998

Box 11:47-49

Institute of Food Technologists. Correspondence; Scientific Lectureship; itineraries; presentations 1986-1990

Box 11:50-52

West Coast Nutritional Anthropologists. Correspondence; newsletters; programs; abstracts; presentations 1977-2002

Box 12:1

Selected Press Clippings (early career) 1971-1998

 

Series 7. Research Projects 1926-2012

Scope and Content Note

Research projects on the History and Archaeology of Chocolate are found in Series 8.
Box 12:2-11

American Food Patterns: History of American Foods. Correspondence; Hidden Valley Ranch exhibition; meeting notes; kiosk development; examples of subsequent publications (Grivetti, Corlett, Lockett, Gordon) 1998

Box 12:12-30

Athenaeus His Life and Times and Mediterranean Diet Projects. Correspondence; Athenaeus raw data files; sample passages from the Deipnosophists of Athenaeus 2001-2006

Box 12:31-34

Athletes and Nutrition. Key historical articles; MS Nutritional knowledge of UCD athletes; abstracts; publications; miscellaneous photographs 1971-1988

Box 12:35-36

Beef-Related. Correspondence MS Critique and Overview of Beyond Beef 1992

Box 12:37-42

Beverages: History of beverages other than wine. Correspondence; chapter development; manuscript; publication 2002-2004

Box 12:43-50

Botswana (Part 1: Miscellaneous materials): Meharry Medical College MCH/FP brochure and USAID/Meharry Medical College/Government of Botswana contracts; Book-keeping reports to Meharry Medical College, 1973-1975; Issues of Dijo Tsa Boitekanelo Newsletter; Proceedings, First Conference in Botswana; Manual for Health Education in Botswana produced by Helen Schweser and Dithusa Thuto Ka Tsa Boitekanelo [Public Health Teaching Aids] produced by Andreas Fuglesang for the Meharry/Botswana MCH/FP Project; Issue of Kutlwano with words and music to Botswana National Anthem and miscellaneous photos and postcards from Southern Africa 1972-1975

Box 13:1-24; 36:1-4

Botswana (Part 2: Botswana Research and Original Field Notes, Data Summaries). Research outlines and formal permission letters Section 264B: Research-related correspondence: 1973-1974); Section 264C: Notes and documents from the Botswana National Archives, research-related book summaries, maps, and British reports; Field notes: 1973, typed; Field notes: 1974, typed; Field notes 1973-1974, various, hand-written and unsorted; Field study of baTlokwa diet and food practices, raw data sheets; Field Assistant Matlho Meswele, hand-written notes on cooking, recipes, and women-related topics; Miscellaneous dissertation-related materials; Reports produced for the Director of Health Services, Government of Botswana; Birth practices and diet among the baTlokwa ba Moshaweng, manuscript by Linda Rosenquist and Matlho Meswele; Correspondence and newsletters related to fish production and fish-eating taboo in Botswana; Correspondence and data sheets from seasonal reversal study; Kutlwano magazines; Dissertation-related publications 1973-1981

Box 13:25

Breakfast Patterns in England, Italy, Mediterranean, and North America. Correspondence and publications; Morning Meals 1995-1997

Box 13:26-40

Clash of Cuisines: Global Food Impact of 1492. Original exploration accounts; historical data summaries; presentation undated

Box 14:1-7

Cultural Food Practices. Rose Marie Pangborn seminar; correspondence; MS Origins of Food Habits; Christine Wilson dissertation resume; presentations; publications 1959-1996

Box 14:8

Dietetics: History of Hot-Cold/Wet-Dry Concepts. Correspondence; presentations; publications 1992-1992

Box 14:9

Dietary Supplements. MS Dietary Supplements in American Children; dietary supplement survey 2001

Box 14:10-24

Edible Wild Plants and Salvage Ethnobotany. Correspondence; publications; USAID reports; publications; Swaziland publications; MS by Amy Wilson; Noel Vietmeyer materials; Hausa materials; Burkina Faso and Niger materials; Vietnam materials; Nigeria materials; Samarkand State University invitation; Hmong garden materials; Thailand materials 1979-2003

Box 14:25-41, 15:1-8

Egypt [Ancient] and Food: The Gift of Osiris Project, and subsequent Egyptian-related materials. Correspondence with William J. Darby and Paul Ghalioungui (1967-1977); field-work materials; publication-related issues; Nutrition Foundations Award materials; published reviews of the Osiris book; Iowa State University invitation materials; Ghalioungui obituary and publication list; Darby obituary and Sandstead/Wagner publication in Journal of Nutrition; Scrimshaw biographical memoir of Darby; Osborn death announcement; MS Qattara Depression/Long-Walk book chapter; Ibrahim Helmy obituary; selected photographs. miscellaneous materials 1967-2009

Box 15:9

Egypt: Issues in Agricultural Development and Technological Assistance. MS. Grivetti term papers 1970-1971

Box 15:10-11

Egypt: Zinc Field Trial Project at Sindion Village. Mary Ross manuscript to government of Egypt; regional seminar on applied nutrition in Near East; Publications; Bilharzia poster 1957-1970

Box 15:12-18

Ethnic Diet and Dietary Change Projects: Chinese/Chinese-Americans; Greeks/Greek-Americans; Japanese/Japanese-Americans; Swiss/Swiss-Brazilians; Vietnamese/Vietnamese-Americans. Correspondence and publications 1976-2003

Box 15:19-21

Food Intake: Methods and Measurements. MIFIP Project; Correspondence and publications 1981-1984

Box 15:22-23

Food Safety. MS Toxic ornamental garden plant proposal; raw-milk and bath tub cheese problems; correspondence; raw-milk publications 1977-2000

Box 15:24-30

Greece [Ancient]: Footsteps of Theseus Project. Botanical and Culture-History Research in Rural Greece. Correspondence; UC Research Expeditions Program brochure; UREP expedition materials; Botanical collection permissions; Expense sheets; June McCaskill obituary 1984-2001

Box 15:31

Greece [Ancient]: Food, Diet, and Health. MS Mediterranean Food Patterns. Page proofs and publication 2001

Box 15:32

Greece [Modern]: Xios and Mainland Greece from the 19th Century into the Modern Era. Human Subjects Protocol; Correspondence; presentation materials; publications 1989-2003

Box 15:33

Hunger Strikes. Correspondence; presentation by Christina Rodriguez; abstract 1993

Box 15:34

Intrauterine Growth Retardation: History and Contemporary Issues. Correspondence; Baton Rouge conference materials; MS Scales of Injustice long version; presentation short version; special issue, European Journal of Nutrition 1996

Box 15:35-36

Landscapes of Mars: Military Geography Research in Greece, turkey, Egypt, and Israel. Correspondence; research proposal; selected battles with commentary; journal entries July 14th-24th, 1991; photographs 1991-1992

Box 15:37

Native Americans: Diet, Foods, and Health. Abstracts and publications 1999

Box 15:38

Obesity and Energy: Historical and Contemporary Issues. Abstracts; publications; manuscripts; presentation 1995-2001

Box 15:39-52

Olympics and Sports-Related: Food and Training of Ancient Olympic Athletes and into the Modern Era. Collected references related to: modern Olympic Games; sport in antiquity; sports by theme and topic; drugs and athletic performance; gender-age issues; historical accounts; nutrition and physiology; AIN Olympic Symposium; Athens IOC presentation; Athens Olympic materials 1996-2004

Box 16:1-17

Religion and Dietary Taboos. Early seminar papers (1970-1971); publications; Hadith texts related to anatomy, disease, and health; Hadith texts related to diet, food, and nutrition; presentation 1970-1971

Box 16:18-25

Toxic Birds: European Migratory Quail (Coturnix coturnix coturnix L.). Early historical manuscripts; correspondence; early term paper written for Lucille Hurley Thompson [Nutrition 111]; articles; publications; summer field-work in Greece and Turkey, 1985; Simoons festschrift; coniine toxicology 1941-1994

Box 16:26-27

Toxic Birds: Ruffed Grouse (Bonasa umbellus). Early historical manuscripts; presentation; manuscript 1926-1997

Box 16:28-30

Vegetarians and Non-Flesh Dietaries. Correspondence; questionnaire survey documents; publications; MS Herbal Tea, Raw Milk, and Marijuana Use During Pregnancy and Lactation (Finley, Dewey, Lonnerdal, and Grivetti); UCD Vegetarian Survey, 1988 1980-1988

Box 16:31

Vietnam. Part 1. Correspondence 1992

Box 16:32-43

Vietnam. Part 2. Correspondence; travel itinerary; Thailand-related materials; MS Vietnam: A Journal of Discovery and Opportunity (8 parts); post-Vietnam visit correspondence to UCD and other national colleagues; miscellaneous materials obtained in Vietnam, April-May, 1993 1993

Box 17:1-12

Vietnam. Part 3. Correspondence; itinerary; presentations; cooperative agreement between UCD/University of Hanoi/NIAPP; miscellaneous correspondence 1994

Box 17:13-16

Vietnam. Part 4. Correspondence; Vietnamese colleague visits to UC Davis; Conference at UCD; photographs; itinerary; visit to Vietnam; miscellaneous materials obtained in Vietnam 1995

Box 17:17-20

Vietnam. Part 5. Correspondence related to difficulties and problems in the UCD/Vietnam Project; Vietnamese colleague visits to UC Davis; Vietnam consortium meetings; correspondence related to continued difficulties and problems; program collapse and reassignment of students to Thailand and to work among Vietnamese-Americans in California 1996-2009

Box 17:21

Vietnam. Representative Materials Used in Research and Teaching. California Vietnam Veterans Memorial dedication; Indochina Interchange; the VA Veteran, Washington DC 1988-1995

Box 17:22

Wine History. Presentations. Publications 2000-2005

Box 17:23-27

Additional Research Activities. Assyrian Christian Project; Competitive Bicycling; Eating Patterns of Adolescent girls; Elderly and Home Delivered Meals; Ethics and Professionalism; Health Food and Dietary Supplements; Ireland (County Mayo and Folate/Thiamin Studies); Japanese Ishn-Po Manuscript and Traditional Diets During Pregnancy; Kazakhstan Dietary Change; New Guinea Project; Nutrition and epilepsy; Nutrition Fraud and Misinformation; Philippines and Rice-Cropping System; and Rice Consumption Project [Eat More Rice] 1983-2003

Box 17:28-33

Drafts of unpublished essays and poetry 1965-2012

Box 17:34

Publication list 2012

 

Series 8. Research on the History and Archaeology of Chocolate related to the UCD/Mars Project 1931-2012

Scope and Content Note

Arranged in 7 series: 1. Correspondence, 2. Historical Archives Documents, 3. Historical Printed Books and Documents, 4. Recent Printed Books, Articles, and Documents, 5. Wiley Book, 6. Dissertations, Field Work Reports, Journal Articles, and Manuscripts produced by Team Members, and 7. Chocolate/Cacao-Related Professional Presentations.
 

Subseries 8.1 Correspondence 1998-2006

Scope and Content Note

Arranged chronologically.
Box 18:1

1998 March-December

Box 18:2-3

1999

Box 18:4-6

2000

Box 18:7-8

2001

Box 18:9

2002

Box 18:10

2003

Box 18:11-19

2004

Box 18:20-24

2005 January-April

Box 18:25-38

2007

Box 18:39

2008

Box 18:40

2005-2006

 

Subseries 8.2 Copies of Historical Archives Documents undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains photocopies that were compiled from various sources during the project.
Box 19:1-5

English archive documents: Report on foreign cacao plantations (1670); Royal documents of King George II (1731 and 1759); Caribbean- and North American-related documents (1657-1738); Report to the English King (1784); Oxfordshire merchants (coffee and chocolate) undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 19:6-8

French archive documents: Histoire Naturelle des Iles Antilles de l'Amerique by de. Rochefort (1667); Accounts by François Massialot (1691); Various 17th-19th century cooking-related texts with recipes for chocolate; 18th century chocolate-related correspondence. Miscellaneous materials undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 19:9

Greek archive documents: Descriptions of activities-events in 1834 and 1847-1848 in Athens; chocolate-related newspaper and magazine advertisements undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 19:10-12

United States archive documents (Part 1: New England, Maryland, New York, and Washington DC) archive research: Albany Institute of History and Art; Huguenot Historical Society; Historic Hudson Valley Archives; Schlesinger Library, Harvard University; American Antiquarian Society printouts of commercial chocolate advertising cards; Archives of Maryland; Aaron Lopez account ledgers and correspondence; Prince Updike documents; Collin Mackenzie cookbook (1825) undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 19:13-20

United States archive documents (Part 2: South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida): St. Augustine archive materials (1573-1580); Organization of the Hospital of Santa Barbara in St. Augustine (1600); Charleston port records (1709-1773); Charleston merchant records and miscellaneous 18th century items; U.S. naval office shipping lists for South Carolina (1716-1767); chocolate recipes; Savannah merchant records and miscellaneous 18th century items; Georgia 18th-19th century diary accounts; miscellaneous correspondence (18th-19th century) undated

Box 19:21-23

United States archive documents (Part 3: Arizona and California) undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 19:24-25

Caribbean archive documents (Dutch, English, French, Spanish): Notes taken by Professor Janet Momsen and field assistants; miscellaneous documents and reports undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 19:26-28

Central America archive documents (Part 1: Costa Rica, Guatemala, and Panama) undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 20:1-3

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Introductory materials: Archive catalogs, glossary AND vocabulary aids undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 20:4

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Anza, Juan Bautista de undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 20:5

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Botany undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 20:6-7

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Cacao beans: used as currency undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 20:8-10

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): California: Alta undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 20:11-12

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): California: Baja undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 20:13-15

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Cuba undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 20:16-18

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Cultivation(see Haciendas) undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 20:19-31

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Economics: import-export, permits, sales, and trade undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 21:1-7

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Florida undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 21:8-11

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Guatemala (see also Ximenez) undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 21:12-15

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Haciendas undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 21:16-19

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Inquisition (see also Religion) undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 21:20-22

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Kitchens and Cooking undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 21:23-30

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Legal: crime, fraud, defamation; patent rights, and trials (see also piracy and smuggling) undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 22:1-14

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Medical: disease, epidemics, health, hospitals, physicians undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 22:15-16

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Military (see also Southwest) undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 22:17

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Pacific Northwest Expedition undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 22:18

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Paleography undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 23:1

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Piracy (see also Smuggling) undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 23:2-9

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Religion: Celebrations, Convents, Nuns, Priests, and Rites (see also Inquisition) undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 23:10-13

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Royalty [Spanish King] and Nobility undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 23:14-15

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Serra, Junipero undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 23:16

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Slavery undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 23:17-18

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Smuggling (see also Piracy) undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 23:19-27

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Southwest: Arizona, New Mexico, Texas (see also Military) undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 24:1-4

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Taxation undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 24:5

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Women and Chocolate undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 24:6

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Miscellaneous documents: 17th century undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 24:7

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Miscellaneous documents Mexican Period (1824 --) undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
Box 24:8-24

Documents from archives in Mexico City and Seville, Spain (16th - 20th century): Miscellaneous documents undated

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies
 

Subseries 8.3 Historical Printed Books and Documents undated

Scope and Content Note

Box 25:1-10

16th Century. Libros Antiguos de Cultura Alimentaria (siglo XV-1900] by Maria del Carmen Simon Palmer; Various Mayan and Aztec codex accounts; Conquistador accounts; Subsequent accounts by Toribio de Benavente; Girolamo Benzoni; Juan de Cardenas; Diego Duran; Agustin Farfan; Diego Granado; Francisco Hernandez; Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo y Valdes; Bernardino de Sahagun; and Hernando Alvarado Tezozomoc undated

Box 25:11-23

17th Century. Accounts by Joseph de Acosta; Nicolas de Blegny; Francvisco de Cardenas Valendia; Sylvestre Dufour; Thomas Gage; Giovanni Batista Gudenfridi; Francisco Hernandez and Francisco Ximenez; Tomas Hurtado; Colmenero de Ledesma; James Lightbody; John Ogilby; John Parkinson; Simon Paulii; G. Piso; Schabkammer; Jacinto de la Serna, Pedro de Ponce, and Pedro de Feria; F. Nicephoro Sebasto; Henry Stubbe; Santiago Valverde Turices; and James Wadsworth undated

Box 26:1-7

18th Century. Accounts by F. E. Bilz; Buchan; Daniele Concina; Antonio de Solis; D. Duncan; Vicente Lardizabal; Antonio Lavedan; Carl von Linne [Linnaeus]; Pomet; and D. Quelus; Anonymous Cook Book (1780) undated

Box 26:8-10

19th Century: Part 1. Monographs and accounts by A. Debay; Richard Cadbury [Historicus]; A. Gallais; Joaquin Garcia Icazbalceta; Juan de la Mata; Arthur Mangin; Francisco Martinez Montino; Milne Edwards and P.Vavasseur; and A. Saint-Arroman undated

Box 26:11-12

19th Century: Part 2. Miscellaneous accounts undated

 

Subseries 8.4 Recent Printed Books, Articles, and Documents 1931-2008

Scope and Content Note

Box 26:13-23; 36:5-6

General Cacao/Chocolate-related 1995

Box 26:24-29

Agriculture and Cultivation 1999

Box 26:30-34, 27:1-24

Anthropology, Archaeology, Ethnography, and Geography undated

Box 28:1-13

Cookbooks and Recipe 2000

Box 28:14-25

Economics, Manufacturing, and Production 2004

Box 29:1-6

Healing and Medicine 1998

Box 29:7-12

Science-related 1931-2008

Box 29:13-18

Miscellaneous undated

 

Subseries 8.5 Wiley Book 2006-2010

Box 29:19-21

Publishing-related correspondence 2006-2010

Box 29:22

Sample manuscripts: 1) Momsen and Richardson (Caribbean Chocolate Preparation, Consumption, and Trading) undated

Box 29:23

Set of representative images sent to Wiley editors undated

Box 29:24-27

Additional chocolate-related images considered for inclusion in book undated

Box 29:28-29

National Book Award-related 2010

Box 29:30

Miscellaneous Book-Related Materials 2008-2009

 

Subseries 8.6 Dissertations, Field Work Reports, Journal Articles, and Manuscripts produced by Team Members 1993-2012

Box 30:1

Dillinger, Teresa. Project reports dated 1999, 2000; publication (Dillinger et al., Journal of Nutrition, 2000) 1999-2000

Box 30:2

Escarcega, Sylvia. Report from the Archivo General de Indias, Sevilla, Spain (August, 1998); Reports from Oaxaca, Mexico (August-October/October-December, 1998); Summary report on Oaxaca, Mexico [undated, probably 1998]; Correspondence from Oaxaca and correspondence with recipes (January, 1999); Report from Oaxaca, Mexico (January-March, 1999); Report from Oaxaca, Mexico (June, 1999); Report on archive work at the University of Arizona, Arizona State University, Arizona State Museum, and the Arizona Historical Society, March, 2005) 1998-2005

Box 30:3

Gay, Jim. Colonial era shipping news documents; Colonial port import and export records for Virginia, New York, and South Carolina (1680-1769). Manuscript. Secrets of the Chocolate Maker. The Untold History of Cocoa and Chocolate in Colonial America undated

Box 30:4-5

Gonzalez Niurka Nunez and Estrella Gonzalez Noriega. Report: About the Cocoa and Chocolate in Cuba. Original Spanish with English translation 2002

Box 30:6

Gordon, Bertram. Report: Historical Re-assessment of Chinese Chocolate 2005

Box 30:7

Grieshop, James. Notes on trip to Cuba; Expenses for initial trip to Cuba, 2001; Instructional Guide. Selected Readings on the Mixtec People, 1994 (co-authored with Stefano Varese); list of addresses in Oaxaca, Mexico, related to chocolate; Correspondence with Timoteo Mendoza regarding Madera, California project; Proposal to document the chocolate trail in Cuba; Proposal to film the chocolate trail 1994-2001

Box 30:8

Grivetti, Louis. Presentation at Mars, Inc., Hacketstown, New Jersey. Project objectives and primary research questions; archives/libraries/museums where team members have conducted research; copies of documents representing key findings: correspondence by Pedro Menendez de Aviles to the King of Spain (1565-1566); Correspondence by Fathers Crespi, Serra, and Palou; list of foods at the Presidio of Santa Barbara (1749-1796); Karger publication (2005); Readex publication (2012) 2005-2012

Box 30:9

Johnson, Aliza and Kristine Lee. Presentation and outline: Chocolate in the 18th Century Classroom undated

Box 30:10

Kapuler, Alan and Howard-Yana Shapiro. Manuscript: Theobroma and Chocolate 2005

Box 30:11

Kazaks, Alexandra. Presentation and outline: Medicinal use of chocolate for t4reatment of asthma in the United States from 1700-1900 2005

Box 30:12

Lane-Jonah, Anne Marie, Ruby Powell, and Heidi Moses. Report of chocolate-related artifacts identified during excavations at Fortress Louisbourg, Canada 2005-2006

Box 30:13

Lopez, Julio. Report on the cacao exploration trip to Guatemala 1999

Box 30:14

Macri, Martha and Diane Barker. Cacao in the Languages of Mexico and Central America 1999

Box 30:15

Matalas, Antonia-Leda (Supervisor). Report authored by Cleo Dimitriadou: Cacao and Chocolate in the Gastronomic Culture of Greece 2005

Box 30:16

Matalas, Antonia-Leda (Supervisor). Report authored by Vasiliki Dragoumanioti: History of Chocolate in Greece. The Economic Course and Cultural Influence 2005

Box 30:17

Matalas, Antonia-Leda (Supervisor). Report authored by Maria Bonataki: Views and Attitudes of Consumers in Relation to Chocolate Products 2005

Box 30:18

Matalas, Antonia-Leda with co-authors Cleo Dimitriadou, and Vasiliki Dragoumanioti). Manuscript: Cacao and Chocolate in Greece during the 19th and 20th Centuries 2008

Box 30:19

Matalas, Antonia-Leda. Final expense report for the Greek Chocolate Project 2005

Box 30:20

Mendoza, Timoteo. Documents from the Mixtec Chocolate Project conducted in Madera, California 1999-2001

Box 30:21

Montejo, Victor. Reports on Field research conducted in Western Guatemala and Chiapas, Mexico among Mayan communities: Cacao: the Tree of Sin and Knowledge 1998-2000

Box 30:22

Motamayor, Juan. Undated manuscript. Historical data in support of genetic evidence of a South American origin of cacao cultivated by the Mayas 2005?

Box 30:23

Nguyen, Madeleine. Freshman Seminar Report: Chocolate and the [American] Civil War 2005

Box 30:24

Para, Adriana. Report on chocolate-related field work activities and archive work conducted in Colombia 2004-2005

Box 30:25

Pucciarelli, Deanna. Ph.D. Dissertation (UC Davis). The Medicinal Use of Chocolate: Past, Present and Future (1776-2007) 2007

Box 30:26

Pucciarelli, Deanna and Louis Grivetti. The Medicinal Use of Chocolate in Early North America. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research) 2008

Box 30:27

Richter, Kurt. [undated, probably 2005]. Report on CPI [Consumer Price Index] for Chocolate and prices prior to 1776 undated

Box 30:28

Rose, Peter. Report: Dutch chocolate in Colonial America 2005

Box 30:29

Salazar-Lopez, Diana. Report: field work conducted in the Republic of Panama (March-April) 1998-1999

Box 30:30

Snyder, Rodney. Report: Cacao Production and Usage from 1500-1900 2001

Box 30:31

Vail, Gabrielle. Report: Summary of trip to Copan to examine the archaeological vessels for possible cacao imagery and residues (February 7-12) 2001

Box 30:32

Valle, Victor and Lucena Valle. Manuscript: Excavating the "Civilized" Gaze: Signifying Chocolate in the Non-fiction Narratives of the California Borderlands 2005

Box 30:33

Barriga, Patricia. Report on archive research in Mexico: Chocolate Project, UC Davis 1998-1999

Box 30:34

Cabezon, Beatriz. Early background correspondence and her work on sustainable agriculture 1993-2000

Box 30:35

Davis, Brandon. Application for translator position with the chocolate history research group 2000

Box 30:36

Jimenez, Martha. Report dated 1999 on field work at different markets in Mexico City; report on problems in the Cacao Agro-industry and NAFTA requirements 1999

Box 30:37

Westbrook, Nicholas. Various materials 2005

Box 30:38-40

Miscellaneous project-related items 2005-2007

 

Subseries 8.7 Chocolate/Cacao-Related Professional Presentations 1998-2000

Box 30:41

Smithsonian, Washington DC: Chocolate: Food of the Gods Past, Present, and Future 1998

Box 30:42-43

French Culinary Institute, New York: Dessert Trends Conference. Correspondence and travel expenses; agenda; presentation; summary documents presented and discussed; historic recipes; field work summaries 1999

Box 30:44-45

Hacketstown, New Jersey. History of chocolate research team; examples of archive documents; identification of Pre-Columbian chocolate-related ingredients; selected images; publications; selected historical chocolate recipes; selected recipes from field work in Oaxaca, Mexico; presentation of 10 key chocolate-related stories; examples of chocolate-related professional posters; chocolate-related poetry; Mexican and Mexican-American demographics; 2) Las Vegas, Nevada: Conference-Workshop: 7th Mixtec Gateway. The Culture of the Mixtec of Oaxaca, Mexico. Program; conference attendees; publications 2000