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1-H Herbert Hoover, U.S. Food Administrator files, 1914-1927.
Appointments, 24 May 1917-1915 November 1918.
Notes on National Food Control for Council of National Defense, March 1917
Memoranda and Agreements regarding Allies and Neutrals and Data on Shipping and Exports (from Herbert Hoover's safe in the Food Administration), 1917
Official Acts regarding Food Administration, miscellaneous contracts and agreements, legal opinions and reports, 1917-1918
Food Administration, 1919-1927 (from the Secretary of Commerce Archive)
Introduction to the U.S. Food Administration, report by Herbert Hoover, April 1920, printed copy and drafts
The U.S. Food Administration, 1917-1920 Organization and Functions, by the Division of Classification, Washington, 1940
Memoranda to Herbert Hoover, 1917-1920
Memoranda to Herbert Hoover, 1917-1920 (contd.)
Memoranda to Herbert Hoover, 1917-1920 (contd.)
Copies of receipts of sugar, rice, sisal, ammonia, and ice, contracts and agreements filed in Herbert Hoover's safe in the Food Administration, Washington, 1917-1919
Legal opinions and reports, correspondence, (from Herbert Hoover's safe), 1918
Correspondence, 1917-1920 (contd.)
Correspondence, 1917-1920 (contd.)
Ignace Jan Paderewski, Testimonial Dinner, 1920-1921
Lewis L. Strauss, Secretary to Herbert Hoover, office files, 1917-1919.
Clippings, 1918-1919 (contd.)
2-H Appointment Division records, 1917-1919.
V. M. Hillyer and R. G. Phelps; applications, inter office memoranda and certificates of appointments, 1917-1919
3-H Mail Department records, 1917-1918
L. A. Larsen, daily reports and mail resume, 1917-1918
Lewis Barrington, inter-office memoranda, 1918
5-H Home Conservation Division records, 1917-1920.
Ray Lyman Wilbur, 1917-1918
Correspondence, reports, and memoranda, 1917.
Writings, speeches, articles, statements, and notes, 1917-1918
Writings, speeches, articles, statements, and notes, 1917-1918 (contd.)
Scrapbook on conservation, photographs, 1917
Clippings, 1917-1920 (contd.)
General Advisory Committee to Assist in the Organization of Home Economics Section, 1917-1918.
Martha Van Rensselaer, New York College of Agriculture, Ithaca, N.Y., 1917-1918
Sarah Field Splint, 1917-1918
Alice C. Boughton, Secretary, 1917-1918
Sarah Louise Arnold, 1917
Isabel Ely Lord, Director, School of Household Sciences and Arts, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1917
Abby L. Marlatt, Chairman, University of Wisconsin, 1917
Fred Van Sicklen, 1917
Minutes of meetings, 1917-1918
Home Card Campaign, 1917-1918.
First Home Card, 1917
Office files, 1917
Additional directions to First Home Card, 1917
Memoranda, 1917-1918 (contd.)
Vernacular Press, 1917
Publicity Division, press releases, 1917-1918
Campaign Pledge press statement, nos. 1-17, circa 1917
"How the People of the Country Criticize the Policies of the Food Administration," report submitted by the Section of Mails and Files, 1917
Statement of approximate total expenditures for the Conservation Group, 24 October 1917
"Where the Food Campaign Fails to Get Across," an analytical study, 28 January 1918
Publicity analysis report, October-November 1917
Conservation Coordination and Policy Board, 1917-1918
Cooperative organizations, agricultural, commercial, fraternal labor, patriotic, religious, etc., 1917
Exhibit and campaign methods, John H. Cover, 1917.
Speaking Division, Mina C. Van Winkle, 1917-1918
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, 1917-1918
A Bulletin for Speakers, 1-6, 1917-1918
Speaking itineraries, 1917-1918
Letters and telegrams commenting on speaking tour, 24 January-15 March 1918
Speeches, addresses, lectures, 1917-1918
Publications, typescripts, printed matter, 1917-1918
Miscellaneous illustrations, photographs, 1917
Roger S. Baldwin, reports, 1918
Florence Wardwell and Ethel Mather Bagg file concerning servants, 1917-1918
"Food Administration Number," The Journal of Home Economics, 1918
Bibliography of publications, 1917-1920
Conservation for World Relief, 1918
6-H States Administration records, 1915-1920
John W. Hallowell, 1917-1919.
Relation between Enforcement Division and the Food Administration, 1917-1919
Organization, 1917-1919 (contd.)
Ray Lyman Wilbur, 1917
Organization dossiers, 1917
Reports on Michigan, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, 6-29 December 1917
Appointment of state food administrators, 1917
Conferences of administrators, 1917-1918
Speaking Division, W. A. Milne, 1918-1919
State administrators as of 29 September 1917, 16 March 1918, and 1 May 1918, list
"Resume of Important Rulings and Letters" sent to federal food administrators, 1918
Conservation and cooperating organizations, 1917-1918
Assistants to John W. Hallowell, 1917-1918
Cecil Barnes, responsible for the sending out of letters and wires addressed "To All Federal Food Administrators," 1917-1918
Cecil Barnes, 1917-1918 (contd.)
Cecil Barnes, 1917-1918 (contd.)
Kent S. Clow, 1917
W. A. Dupee, 1918
Franklin W. Fort, 1918
George W. Warrington, 1918
Personnel of Food Administration, lists, circa 1918
Four Minute Men, 1918
Press Release, States Section, Education Division. See 12-H
U.S. Federal Food Administration, states files, 1917-1920
U.S. Federal Food Administrators lists, 1918
District of Columbia, 1917-1918
New Hampshire, 1917-1918
New Jersey, 1917-1918
New Mexico, 1917-1918
New York, Allen Fox, Head of Bureau of Licenses files, 1917-1920
General correspondence, reports, printed matter, 1917-1919
Bread and bread making, 1917-1918
Bulletins 4-100 (incomplete), 1918
Canned goods, 1918
Combination sales, 1917-1918
Commission Merchants, Bonded and Licensed, agricultural bulletin, 1917
Corn and corn meal, 1918
Cotton seeds, 1918
Dried fruits and vegetables, 1918
Eggs and poultry, 1917-1918
Enforcement Division, 1917-1919
Policy, penalties, and prosecutions, 1917-1919
Alan Fox, private cases, New York, 1918-1919
Fair Price Committee, 1919
Feed and feeding stuffs, 1918
"Fifty-Fifty," Wheat Conservation Plan, 1918
Food Conservation Week for World Relief, 1918
Fox, Alan, Head of the Bureau of Licenses, correspondence, 1919-1920
Fruits and vegetables, 1918
Hotels and restaurants, steamships, 1918
Households, 1914, 1918
License Division, 1918-1919
Mayor Mitchel's Food Supply Committee, printed matter, 1917
Garden Primer, How to Plant and Care for a Vegetable, 1917
Hints to Housewives, 1917
"Memorandum on the Coordination of the Federal, State and City Food Activities in the State of New York, " 1917
Merchants Association of New York, report of The Food Problem Committee, 1918
Mills and milling, 1918
Reports of the New York State Food Commission, 1917-1919
State and City Food Board, 1917-1918
"Store-Door Delivery," report of Committee on Prevailing Rates for Trucking, circa 1917
Sugar, 1917-1918 (contd.)
Correspondence, reports, and contracts, 1917-1918
American Warehousemen's Association, Incorporated, 1918
Cold Storage, 1918
Rates, regulations, and rules, 1917-1918
"Reports on the New York City Warehouse Situation, " 1918
Standard Warehousemen's Guide, 1917-1918
North Carolina, 1917-1918
North Dakota, 1917-1918
Pennsylvania, Howard Heinz Federal Food Administrator files, 1916-1920
Acknowledgements, greetings, 1917-1920
"A Year of Food Administration in Pennsylvania," August, 1918
"An Outline of the Work of the Federal Food Administration in Pennsylvania, " 1918
Notebooks, circa 1917
By subject, 1917
"To All County Federal Food Administrators, " 1918
"To All County Federal Food Administrators, " 1918 (contd.)
County organization, circa 1918
Addresses by Herbert Hoover, Alonzo Taylor, and Ray Lyman Wilbur, 1917-1918
Advertising, outdoors, 1917
Agriculture Department, 1916-1918
Allies, rations, 1918
"American and Allied Ideals," by Stuart P. Sherman, War Information Series, Washington, D.C., 1918
Army and navy, 1918
Bakers and baking, 1917-1918.
Binder twine, 1918
Breakfast cereals, 1918
Canning and canned goods, 1917-1918
Car-Lot Distribution, by J.S. Crutchfield, President of Cruthfield and Woolfolk, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, 1916
Chain stores, 1918
C.H. Heintzelman, Secretary, Chamber of Commerce, Coatesville, Pennsylvania, 1917-1918
Cold storage, 1918
Combination sales, 1917
Commercial Economy Board, 1918
Commercial travelers, 1981
Committee of Public Safety, 1917-1918
Outline of departmental activities, 1917-1918
"To the Chairman," etc, series 1-46, 1917-1918
"Conservation Week, " 1918
Corn meal, 1918
Council of National Defense, 1918
Crop and Livestock reports, 1918
Crutchfield, J. S., 1917-1918.
Dairy and dairy products, 1918
Damaged food, 1918
Dietary for miners, 1918
Dog law, 1917-1918
Draft law, 1918
Dried fruits, 1918
Eggs and poultry, 1918-1919
Farm Adviser, report, circa 1918
Farmer's pledge, circa 1918
Feed and feeding stuff, 1918
Financing county administrative work, 1918
Flour, See Wheat and Flour
Food conservation train, 1918
Food preparedness, 1917
Food signs, 1918
Food survey, 1917-1918
Franking Privilege, 1918
Fruit pits, 1918
Game protectors, 1918
Home Cards, 1918
Householders' Rules, 1918
Institutional Food Conservation, 1918
Krauskopf, Joseph, 1917
License Regulations, 1917-1918
License Regulations, 1917-1918 (contd.)
Loose Leaf Service, 1918-1919
Mailing and Plate lists, 1918
Merchant representative, 1918
Milling Division, 1918-1919.
National Farm School Report, November 1917
New report forms, 1918
News Division, 1915-1918.
North American, "The Food Victory," 5 September 1918
Oil (margarine), circa 1918
Perishable food, 1918
Philadelphia Civic Club Bulletin, 1917-1918
Philadelphia County, 1918
Report of Sub-Committee on Food Supply, Chamber of Commerce, Pittsburgh, 22 March 1917
Presidential proclamations, 1918
Price publications, 1918
Printed matter, 1917-1918
Priority policies, 1918
Produce merchants, 1917
Rats extermination, 1917-1918
"Ready to print lists, " circa 1918
Red Cross, 1918
Rejection cases, 1918
Food and the War, Ten Lessons for the American Schools, J. Russell Smith, circa 1918
Special rulings, 1918
Thresherman's assistant, 1918
Wheat and flour, 1917-1918
Wheat mill feeds. See Feed and feeding stuff
Woman's Division, 1918-1919
Zone meetings, 1918
Press Releases, 1917-1918
Press Releases, 1917-1918 (contd.)
Puerto Rico, 1917-1918
Rhode Island, 1917-1918
South Carolina, 1917-1918.
South Dakota, 1919
West Virginia, 1917-1918
7-H Exports, Imports, Embargoes Division records, 1917-1918
George McFadden, Jr., Representative in France of the Food Administration and War Trade Board, correspondence and contracts, 1917-1918
8-H Grain and Flour Division records, 1917-1919
Food Administration Grain Corporation, Milling Division, Cereal Division, 1917-1919
Julius Barnes, Frank G. Crowell, and John J. Stream, 1917-1919.
9-H Special Assignments, 1917-1919
Frederic Collin Walcott, reports, correspondence, 1917-1919
10-H Edgar Rickard, Office Director files, 1917-1919
Food Administration Directory, 1917-1919.
Food Administration Directory, 1917-1918 (contd.)
"Memoranda to All Departments," etc., 1917-1919
Executive Board meetings, 1918-1919
Frank S. Bamford of Bakers Weekly and The Cracker Baker, 1917-1918
Commission for Relief in Belgium, 1918
"Who is Who with Hoover, " National Magazine, March 1918.
Buildings, plans, leases, 1917-1919
Organization Bulletin, December 5, 1918
J.W. DuB. Gould, 1917-1919
Sidney A. Mitchell, 1917-1919
Carleton Clark Young, 1918-1919
Carl O. Spamer, Digest clerk, daily reports and mail resume, 1917-1918
Carl O. Spamer, 1917-1918 (contd.)
Carl O. Spamer, 1917-1918(contd.)
11-H Alimentation, 1917-1918
Alonzo Englebert Taylor, Director of Research and Utilization 1917-1918. See also Alphabetical file, Alcohol; Beer; and Liquor
Advisory Committee on Alimentation, minutes of meetings and memoranda, 1918
Speeches and writings, 1917-1918.
Speeches and writings, 1917-1918 (contd.)
Report of conference to consider questions relating to the subsistence of the Army, 1917
12-H Education Division (formerly Public Information Division) records, 1917-1952.
Advertising Section, 1917-1919
J. Walter Thompson Co., "Report on Proposed Advertising for Department of Food Administration," 1917
R. C. Maxwell, William Osborn, C. E. Raymond, Philips Wyman, and Henry B. Quinan; posters and flyers on food conservation, 1917-1918
R. C. Maxwell, William Osborn, C. E. Raymond, Philips Wyman, and Henry B. Quinan; posters and flyers on food conservation, 1917-1918 (contd.)
Food Conservation Notes, Washington, Government Printing Office, 1917-1918.
Ben S. Allen, 1917-1919
Memoranda, reports, 1917-1919
Outline and scope of Public Information Division, 1917
Memoranda for Edgar Rickard, "Week Ending," 1918
Tom Ellis, Congressional and Legislative Resume, 1917-1919
Tom Ellis, 1917-1919 (contd.)
Russell M. MacLennan, Congressional and Legislative Resume, 1918
Everett W. Smith, Copy Desk, 1918-1919
Ida M. Tarbell, 1917
Charles B. Ryan, Jr., 1918
Charles Merz, Policies and Plans for Meats, Perishables, and Sugar, 1918.
Frederick O'Brian, 1918
Collegiate Section (School and College Section after 1 October, 1918), 1917-1919
Conservation and Regulation in the U.S. during the War, 2 Parts, by Charles R. Van Hise," 1917-1918
Lessons in Community and National Life, Charles H. Judd and Leon C. Marshall, Department of the Interior, Bureau of Education in cooperation with the United States Food Administration, 1917-1919
Printed matter, 1917-1918
A Case of Federal Propaganda in our Public Schools, Some Criticism of Lessons in Community and National Life, National Industrial Conference Board, Boston, 1919
College Division, 1918
The School Preview, a Journal of Secondary Education, the University of Chicago, March, 1919
Dean Olin Templin, 1917-1919
Food Conservation Courses for Colleges, Courses I-III, issued in cooperation with the Department of Agriculture, 1918.
Food Conservation Courses for Colleges, Courses I-III, issued in cooperation with the Department of Agriculture, 1918 (contd.)
"Food Saving and Sharing: To the Boys and Girls of America," New York, 1918
Conference of Educational Directors at Washington, 1918
Farm Press Section, 1916-1918
Farm Journals Section, Charles W. Holman and D. S. Burch, 1916-1918
Farm Journals Section, 1916-1918 (contd.)
The Farm Press Periscope, 1918
French Publicity, Leonard Hatch, 1918
Illustrations Section, Lloyd (Alice) Allen, 1918
Library and Exhibits Section, 1917-1952
Food News Notes for Public Libraries, Washington, D.C., 1917-1918
Form letters-, 1919
Edith Guerrier, 1917-1952.
Edith Guerrier, 1917-1952 (contd.)
Collection of paintings by American artists, 1918
Moving pictures, A. S. Friend, 1917-1918
Publications Section, 1917-1920
Negro Press, A. U. Craig, 1918
Plate Service, Lloyd Allen, 1918
States Section, Education Division, press releases, 1917-1918
List of publications, circa 1918
Publications Committee, minutes of meetings, 1917-1918
Publications Committee, minutes of meetings, 1917-1918 (contd.)
Chief of Publications John S. Pardee, correspondence, 1917-1918
Releases to Educational Directors, 1917-1918
Religious Press, 1917-1918
Everett S. Brown, Memorandum for Herbert Hoover, reviews of the press, 1917-1920
Retail Stores Section, 1917-1918
Flyers and bulletins for retail merchants, 1917-1918
Summary of Results Accomplished by State Merchant Representatives in Their Campaigns to Mobilize Their Retail Merchants, report, 1917-1918
National Grocer, Food Administration number, December 1917, Chicago
Trade and Technical Press Bureau, 1917-1918
Weekly Bulletin, Washington, Government Printing Office, 1917-1918
Speaking Tour, Commission to France and England, 1918
13-H (Guide card only, this number was not used)
14-H Law Department records, 1917-1933.
Judge Curtis H. Lindley, Chief Counsel, 1917-1919
Judge William A. Glasgow Jr., Chief Counsel, 1917-1919
Robert A. Taft, Assistant Counsel, 1917-1918
Edmund W. Pugh, Assistant Counsel, 1917-1919
Harvey H. Bundy, Assistant Counsel, 1918-1919
William C. Mullendore, Assistant Counsel, 1917-1918
Laws of the 65th and 66th Congresses Relating to Food, 1917-1921
Legal Department, books I-II, 1917
Legal Department, books I-II, 1917 (contd.)
Food Control Act (Lever), 1917
Executive orders and proclamations, 1917-1918
Opinions, interpretations and rulings, A 1-121, 1918
Rules and regulations, 1917-1920
Rules and report committee, minutes of meetings, 1918-1921
Resume of important rulings and letters sent to Federal Food Administrators. See 6-H
U.S. Food Administration Legal Documents. See 1-H
Notes, suggestions, documents for a possible Food Administration History Book, 1917-1933
15-H Meat Division records, 1917-1951
Animal Industry Committee, E. C. Lasater and Gifford Pinchot, 1917-1919
Animal Industry Committee, E. C. Lasater and Gifford Pinchot, 1917-1919 (contd.)
Joseph P. Cotton, 1917-1918
Frederic S. Snyder, 1918-1919.
Frederic S. Snyder, 1918-1919 (contd.)
"Beef for Army, Navy, etc.," report by Major Ervin L. Roy, 1917.
Swine Commission (Hog Committee) report, 27 October 1917
Conferences with packers, 1917-1919
Meat, Pork, and Packing Industry, correspondence, regulations, reports. Includes printed matter, 1918-1921
Correspondence with Arthur Meeker (Armour & Co.), Louis F. Swift, Thomas E. Wilson, 1917-1918
Production of Meat in the United States and its Distribution during the War, by Stephen Chase, Washington, Government Printing Office, 1919
"The Food Administration's Relations with Hog Producers,"reprinted from The Congressional Record, 24-25 February 1920
Meats. Policies and Plan of Operation, 1918
Meat Conservation in the Distribution to Consumers, 1917-1918, by Irving Bernstein and Stella Stewart, 1942
Wartime Controls of Beef and Pork, 1916-1918, by J. Donald Edwards and Stella Stewart, 1941
Hog Committee, correspondence, reports, 1917-1918
"British Negotiations with American Meat Packers, 1915-1917; a Study of Belligerent Trade Controls," by Marion C. Siney, reprinted from The Journal of Modern History, 1951
16-H Oil Division records, 1917-1918
Memoranda to Herbert Hoover on various subjects.
Memoranda to Herbert Hoover on various subjects (contd.)
16-H Mexican Relations, 1917-1918
George A. McCarty, correspondence, reports, 1917-1918
17-H Statistical Division records, 1917-1919.
Shipping situation, graphic report, pts. I-IV; Shipbuilding, U-Boat Losses, American Exports vs. U-Boats, American Exports (countries are not specified), circa 1917
The Nation's Food, by Raymond Pearl, W. B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia and London, 1920
"The Work of the Statistical Department," memorandum by Raymond Pearl, 10 July 1917
"Food Price Statistics before and during the War," memorandum by Dr. Frank M. Surface, circa 1918
"Memorandum re Foreign Statistical Intelligence" from J.B. Segall for the Disposition of Vernon Kellogg, no. 1-516, 1918-1919.
"Memorandum re Foreign Statistical Intelligence" from J.B. Segall for the Disposition of Vernon Kellogg, no. 1-516, 1918-1919 (contd.)
J. B. Segall, correspondence regarding subscriptions on foreign newspapers and journals, 1918-1919
Raymond Pearl, inter-office communications.
Joshua Bernhardt, 1918.
Stephen Chase, correspondence, 1918
A. L. Russell, reports on shipments, 1918
Grain and Flour Statistics during the War, United States Grain Corporation, compiled by statistician A. L. Russell, 1919
Frank M. Surface, correspondence, 1917-1918
Memorandum on Statement of Mr. William C. Edgar, as to Wheat and Flour Requirements of the United Kingdom, 1918-1919, by M. B. Lane, October, 1918
Statistics, charts, tables, forms, 1917-1919
Statistics, charts, tables, forms, 1917-1919 (contd.)
Reports to Herbert Hoover, 1917-1919
A. (not used)
B. Food, 1917-1919
C. Sugar, 1918
D. Fair Prices, 1918
Classification and List of Statistical Bulletins, 1918
"Export Program and Performances," graph report, 1918-1919
Publications by Raymond Pearl, Washington, D.C., 1918
A New Price Index, April, 1918
General Index Numbers of Food Prices on a Nutritive Value Basis, August, 1918
Reference Handbook of Food Statistics in Relation to the War, 1918
Weekly reports on retail prices, September-October, 1917
Volunteer retail price reporters, arranged by states, 1918.
Lists of tables and reports, 1917-1919
Lists of bulletins by Frank M. Surface, 1917-1919
Complete list of bulletins by Raymond Pearl, 1917-1919
Official statements, 1918-1919
Charles H. Bentley, California Packing Corporation, 1917-1919
18-H Canned Foods Division records, 1917-1919, 1938
Henry Burden, 1917-1918
John R. Munn, 1918-1919, 1938
K. P. Kimball, bean section, 1917-1919.
Milk, condensed, evaporated, and powdered, 1917
Milk conference, minutes, 27 September 1917
Forms, special rules and regulations, and bulletins, 1917-1919
19-H Accounting Division records, 1917-1919
Report of Expenditures and Budget Data, supporting request for increased budget, 3 May 1918
Accounting Regulations, Part I and II, Washington, Government Printing Office, 1918
Inter-office communication, memoranda, regulations and forms, 1917-1919
Reports, 1917-1919 (contd.)
20-H Fuel Administration records, 1917-1919
Harry A. Garfield, 1917-1919.
Press releases (incomplete), 1917-1918
Regulations, 1917-1919 (contd.)
Oil Division, Mark L. Requa, 1917-1918
21-H Distribution Division records, 1917-1919, 1941
Theodore F. Whitmarsh, acting for Herbert Hoover, Executive Committee on Relief Work in Europe, 1918-1919
Regulations, forms and bulletins for retail merchants, 1917-1918
Rice, special regulations and contracts, 1918-1919
Coffee, George W. Lawrence & Co., 1919.
Control of Coffee in World War I, by Irving Bernstein and Stella Stewart, September 1941
Wholesale and retail reports, 1918
22-H Coordination of Purchase, 1917-1918, 1921
Captain J. F. Lucey, 1917-1919.
W. V. S. Thorne, 1917-1918
Ernest O. Heyl, 1917-1918, 1921
Frederic S. Snyder, 1918-1919.
Herbert L. Gutterson, 1918.
Edwin Sherman, 1917-1918
Canned Foods Bulletin, 1917-1918
"Statement of the Value of Purchases Approved by or Acquired through the Division of Coordination of Purchase," compiled by Ruth L. Littell, 1918
23-H Information Division records, 1917-1919
Frances Moore, Director, 1917-1919
Philena A. Dickey, librarian, 1917-1918
24-H Stenographic Department records, 1917-1918
Ethel H. Sanford, 1917
Rachelle H. Osborne, 1917-1918
Sample of mimeograph work, 1917
25-H Canadian Relations files, 1917-1918
William F. Fisher, 1917-1918
26-H Gertrude B. Lane, Assistant to Herbert Hoover files, 1917-1919
26-H Charles McCarthy, Assistant to Herbert Hoover files, 1917-1918
Special letters, 1917-1918
26-H Wilder H. Haines, Secretary of the Agricultural Advisory Committee, reports, 1917
The Food Situation of the World, October and November 1917, 19 December 1917
The Use of Milk in Breadmaking, 7 December 1917
The Farmers' Prospects of a Nitrate Supply for 1918, 8 December 1917
27-H Dr. Vernon L. Kellogg, Representative in Europe files, 1917-1918.
Mary A. Coit, memoranda and correspondence, 1918
"Memorandum of Correspondence Received in Regard to Food Situation in Europe," nos. 1-19, 1918-1919
"Weekly Survey of Foreign Food Situation," special reports, May-August, 1918
Printed matter, 1918
28-H Supply Division records, 1917-1919
Reports of operations, by Chief of Division B. F. Durr, 1918-1919
29-H Food Purchase Board records, 1915-1922
Frederic S. Snyder, Chief of Meat Division, reports, 1917-1922.
Army and Navy contracts, exhibits 1-10, 1917-1922
Admiral Samuel McGowan, Navy contracts, 1915-1918
30-H Sugar Division records, 1917-1923, 1942.
Chief of Division George M. Rolph, 1917-1919
Correspondence, memoranda, 1917-1918
Correspondence, memoranda, 1917-1918 (contd.)
Brief Preliminary Report; periods August 1917 to May, 1918, 25 June 1918
Office correspondence, reports, 1917-1920
Report of the Committee on Cane Syrup and Molasses to the Honorable Herbert Hoover, 1918
International Sugar Committee, 1917-1918
Regulations and Conservation Measures, 1917-1918
Charts and maps, 1917-1919
Confidential Report to Herbert Hoover, Outline Statement on Sugar Situation, July-September 1918
Correspondence with sugar brokers, 1917-1918, 1923
The A. H. Lamborn Co., 1917-1918
The American Sugar Refining Company, Earl D. Babst, 1917-1918
Federal Sugar Refining Company, Claus A. Spreckels and Frank A. Lowry, 1917-1918, 1923
Revere Sugar Refinery, Dwight P. Thomas, 1917
Reports, 1917-1918, 1942
The Sugar Situation, by A. L. Mathews, Vice-President, J. G. White Management Corporation, 1917
Sugar, Policies and Plan of Operation, by Charles Merz, May 1918
Control of the Sugar Market during World War I, by Enoch Needham and Stella Stewart, March 1942
Sugar Rationing in 1918, by Stella Stewart and Irving Bernstein, January 1942
31-H Transportation Division records, 1917-1919.
Edward Chambers, C. E. Spens, F. S. Brooks, C. E. Bell, and P. W. Davis, 1917-1918
Bartlett Frazier, 1918
32-H Heads of Departments records, 1917-1919.
Major James Miles, Office Manager, 1917-1919
Captain J. F. Lucey, memoranda "All Departments," 1917
Clinton R. Whitney, Chief clerk, office memoranda, 1917-1918
Frederick P. Champ, Messenger and Office Service Section and automobiles, 1917-1918
H. M. Brown, travel and transportation of personnel, 1917-1918
Douglas Kellogg, W. E. Groome, Telegraph Division, 1917-1919
Telephone Division, 1918
Liberty Loan Committee, 1917-1918
33-H Labor and Consumers' Interests Division records, 1917-1918
The Bread Problem in the Food Administration, report to Samuel Gompers, President of American Federation of Labor, March 1918
The Bread Problem and the Consumer, report by the Consumers' Committee, 17 October 1917
Flour at $5.75 through a Federal Subsidy, report by Ellis, Le Clerc, and Surface, 1918
American Federation of Labor, Samuel Gompers, 1918
War Labor Policies Board, M. B. Hammond, Felix Frankfurter, 1918-1919
34-H Dairy Division records, 1917
George E. Haskell, Director, 1917.
Confidential Documents on Milk Situation When Handled by Mark L. Requa, report by H. L. Gutterson, 1917
35-H Perishable Food Division records, 1917-1922
G. Harold Powell, Director, 1917-1922
Dairy and Poultry Coordination and Policy Board, minutes of meetings, 16 October - 13 November 1918
Fish, Fruit, and Vegetable Coordination and Policy Board, minutes of meeting, 31 October 1918
Perishables, Policies and Plan of Operation, April 1918
H. J. Eustace, correspondence, 1918-1919
Cold storage [transferred to Meat Division (15-H) in October 1918], 1917-1920.
Dairy production, reports, 1918
The Dairy and the World Food Problem, address by Herbert Hoover at the National Milk and Dairy Farm Exposition, New York City, May 23, 1918
Weekly reports on dairy products, 1918-1919
Rules and regulations, 1918-1919
Milk prices limitation, Judge William E. Lamb, 1917-1918
The Production, Distribution and Food Value of Milk, Report to Herbert C. Hoover by the Milk Committee, 1918
Report on organization and operation of the Milk Producers Association, Chicago district, 1917
Condensed milk, regulations and reports, 1917-1918
War Trade Board, Bureau of Research, Fishing industry, correspondents and reports, 1917-1918
Kenneth Fowler, fisheries regulations and reports, 1917-1918
Lou D. Sweet, potato campaign, 1917-1918
W. F. Priebe, poultry and eggs, 1917-1918
Dean H. L. Russell, agricultural activities, 1917-1918
36-H Marine Transportation Division records, 1918-1919, 1935
Prentiss N. Gray, memoranda, correspondence, 1918-1919, 1935
Anglo-Norwegian Shipping Agency, Inc., 1918-1919
J. D. Fletcher, correspondence, 1918-1919
Coffee transportation, 1918-1919
Birt & Co., Ltd., Sydney, correspondence, 1918-1919
37-H License Division of Law Department records, 1917-1918, 1941.
William B. Owens, Director, 1917-1918
General and Special License Regulations arranged by subject, nos. I-XXVII, 1917-1918
General and Special License Regulations arranged by subject, nos. I-XXVII, 1917-1918 (contd.)
Interpretations and rulings, 1917
Special rules and regulations, 1917-18
Special License Regulations, nos. III-XXV, 1918
Applications for license, forms, and instructions, 1917-1918
Importance of Powers to License Industry as an Aid to Price Control, by Stella Stewart, September 1941
38-H Cottonseed Industry Division records, 1917-1920.
George H. Denny, 1918-1919
Hugh Humphreys, 1917-1918
S. J. Cassels and T. F. Justiss, 1918-1920
Statistical reports, 1917-1919
Press releases, 1918
Special licenses, rules, and regulations, 1917-1920
39-H Chemicals, Sisal, and Jute Division records (also known as Collateral Commodities Division, established 14 May 1918), 1917-1919
Charles W. Merrill, R. E. Cranston, Henry Wolfer and W. H. Campbell, 1917-1919
Ammonia production, regulations, and reports, 1917-1918
Inter-Department Ammonia Committee, 1917-1918
Conferences on ammonia, arsenic, ice, and soft corn alcohol, 1917-1918
Inter-Department Glycerin Committee, 1918
Coordination and Policy Board, minutes of meetings, 1918
Sisal, jute, and binder twine, 1917-1918
40-H License Reports Division records, 1917-1918
William E. Kellicott, Director, 1917-1918.
Reports, 1917-1918 (contd.)
41-H Garbage (Waste) Utilization Department records, 1917-1919
Irvin S. Osborn, F.C. Bamman, correspondence, reports, and charts, 1917-1919
42-H Fats and Oils Division records, 1917-1919.
B. E. Reuter, 1917-1918
43-H Hotels and Restaurants Division records, 1917-1919,
John M. Bowman, Director, and W. A. McKenzie, 1917-1918
Executive Assistant Albert S. Crockett, correspondence, reports, and memoranda, 1917-1918,
Hotel, Restaurant, Dining Car, and Steamship Division, history by Albert Stevens Crockett, December, 1917
Paul B. Boden, 1917-1918
General reports on hotel restaurants in Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah, and Richmond, 1917, by John P. Sterling
Steamship Department, Edward R. Grabow, 1917-1918
44-H Enforcement Division records, 1917-1920
William D. Eaton, 1919-1920
Alan Fox, 1919
Roland W. Boyden, Director, 1917-1919
First Criminal Prosecution Under Food Act, memoranda to All Federal Food Administrators, 27 September, 1918
Chief of Investigating Department Lawrence Richey, reports, 1919-1920.
Investigations, cases, penalties, 1917-1920
Baltimore Pearl Hominy Company, 1918-1920
Roland W. Boyden's preliminary report, circa 1918
Benjamin Moritz's report, 1919
Testimony of K. P. Kimball and B. Gerks, 1919
Relationship between the Michigan Bean Co. of Port Huron, Michigan, its General Manager A. L. Chamberlain, and the Grain Corporation of New York, by A. L. Chamberlain, 1919
The Kimball-Martindale Co. transactions, 1919
Penal laws of the United States, circa 1919
"Alan Fox's Memorandum for Mr. Barnes, re Mr. Hoar," 22 March 1919
Approved Statement of Conclusions of California Representatives, 14 February 1919
Diary of Work on Bean Investigation, 1919
Conference, 30 January 1919
Correspondence, statements, and reports, 1918-1919
Kutner matters, Alan Fox file on Kutner, 1918-1919
Kutner Cables to and from the Orient, 1918-1919
Kutner contracts; valuable evidence, 1917-1919
Western Import Co., Mr. Barnes' file, 1918-1919
Memorandum on cancellation of Kutner contracts, 1919
Investigative papers of Kutner contracts, 1918
Lewis E. Sands, Sands' evidence report on L. E. Sands Co. and Bean Storage Corporation, 1918-1919
Relations, Sands and Kutner, 1918
W. A. Jackson report, 1919
L. Richey's papers brought back from Albion, New York, 1918-1919
Report of Investigation of Bean Transactions of Grain Corporation, 25 April 1919
Part I General Resume
Part II Eutner
Part III Sands
Part IV Moritz
Transmittal letters, 1919
Report of H. Ruple on Profits Received by the Lewis E. Sands Company on Sales to the Grain Corporation, 24 April 1919
Percent of Jobbing Profits of a Michigan Bean and Grain Jobber for the Year Ending, 1916
Testimony of Lewis E. Sands, Ben Gerks, Kenneth P. Kimball, Carl P. Buckland, Benjamin Moritz, Abe L. Kutner and others, New York, 6 February - 11 March 1919
Coffee, G. W. Lawrence, 1918-1919
Globe Grain and Milling Company, 1919
Miscellaneous cases, 1918
North Packing and Provision Company, Somerville, Massachusetts, 1919
Porto Rico case [Padilla against Albert E. Lee, the Food Administrator of the state], 1918
Rejection cases, suggested procedures, 1918
Saginaw Milling Company, 1920
Topeka Flour Mills, 1919
Letters of appreciation, Roland W. Boyden, 1918-1919
Alfred Brandeis and John C. Miller, Milling Division, correspondence, statements, and reports, 1917-1919
New Cereal Division-Relations between Enforcement Division and Federal Food Administrators, memorandum, 29 July 1918
Official Statement of the U.S. Food Administration, 6 June 1918
45-H Ray Lyman Wilbur, Chief of Food Conservation files, 1917-1919
Columbia University lectures on Food Administration, 1918
General A-Z, 1917-1918
California A-Z, 1917-1918
Everett Colby, 1918-1919
Everett W. Smith, 1918-1919
Edith Guerrier, 1918-1919
Lily C. McFadden, 1917-1918
Address at the Palace Hotel, San Francisco, 22 November 1918
46-H Sugar and Flour Distribution records, 1918-1919
George A. Zabriskie, President of Sugar Equalization Board, 1918-1919
47-H Commercial Baking Division records, 1917-1919
Bread, baking, and bakers, 1917-1918.
Duncan McDuffie, Director, 1917-1918
Report on the Commercial Baking Problem, November 1917
Report of the Federal Trade Commission on Bakery Business in the United States, November 1917
Preliminary Report on Bread Investigation, 29 September 1917
A. I. Esberg, Director, 1917-1918
Benjamin R. Jacobs, 1917-1918
General Considerations Relating to the Importance of the Bread Ration in the Diet of the People, the Conservation of Bread Grains, and Prevention of Waste in the same, report, 15 June 1927
Tariff Commission, Commission of Inquiry into the Milling Division, 1918.
48-H Sugar Equalization Board records, 1918-1919
Memorandum on H. Hoover's views as to steps to be taken with regard to sugar control "during the next few months," 5 July 1918
Alphabetical file, 1901-1928, 1940-1942,
A correspondence, 1917-1919
A correspondence, 1917-1919 (contd.)
Accounting. See 19-H
Ackerly, Dana T. See 21-H
Advertising. See 12-H
Africa, exports and imports, 1918
Agricultural Advisory Committee, 1918-1920
Chairman, Governor Henry C. Stuart, 1918-1920
First Meeting, 28 March - 3 April 1918
Reports, recommendations, and statements from the Food Administration
Rules of procedures
Rules of procedures (contd.)
Minutes, 30 March 1918
Second Meeting, 27 June - 2 July 1918
Abstracts of fourth and fifth days
Resolutions and reports of Sub-Committees
Report of Discussions on the Licensing and Elimination Program for Agricultural Implements
Report of Commission of Inquiry into the Milling Division, June 1918
Third Meeting, 5-8 August 1918
Resolutions, reports of sub-committees
Persons appearing before the Agricultural Advisory Committee, report, 1918
Livestock Committee, 3 April - 26 October 1918
Meat Policies Committee, 3-29 May 1918
Press notices, 1918
Agricultural implements, 1918.
Agricultural pests, 1917-1918
Agriculture Department, 1917-1922
David F. Houston, United States Secretary of Agriculture, 1917-1919
Annual Report of the Secretary of Agriculture, 1918
Carl L. Alsberg, Chief of the Bureau of Chemistry, 1917-1918
Floyd R. Harrison, 1917-1918
Raymond A. Pearson, Assistant Secretary, 1917-1918
Correspondence A-Z, 1917-1919
Agricultural Production for 1918, report, 1918
Agricultural Situation for 1918, statements, parts I-XI, 1918
Crop Estimates Bureau monthly crop report, January 1917 - February 1919
Markets Bureau, 1917-1919
Charles J. Brand, 1917-1918
Food Survey, vol. I-II, 1918-1919
War Emergency Food Survey, 1917-1918
Rules and Regulations...under the Food Products Inspection Law of August 10, 1917
Agriculture Department and Food Administration Monthly Survey as of 1 October 1918, by the Central Bureau of Planning and Statistics, War Industries Board
Alien enemies, 1917-1918.
Alien Property Custodian, 1918.
Allen, Ben S.
Allen, Mrs. Lloyd (Alice).
Allied Food Council.
Allied Maritime Transport Council.
Allied Provisions Export Commission (APEC), 1917-1919
Minutes of meetings, 1917-1919
Index to British Ministry of Food cables, 1917-1918.
Alsberg, Carl L.
American Agricultural Commission, 1918-1919
American Expeditionary Forces (AEF).
American Federation of Labor, Samuel Gompers, President.
American Food Journal, 1917
American Red Cross, 1917-1918.
Chairman Henry P. Davison, 1917-1918
Amsden, Donna H., correspondence regarding Sugar Board and materials at Stanford Library, 1919-1920
Anonymous letters, 1917-1918
Agriculture, crops, and stocks, 1917-1919
Exports and imports, 1917-1918
Labor troubles, 1917-1918
Livestock and meat, 1917-1918
Official Bulletin "Tree Luxburg Telegrams Only Withheld", December 21, 1917
Purchase of wheat crop by France and Great Britain, 1917-1918
Armour and Company.
Arnold, H. G.
Atkins, Kroll & Co., 1917-1918
Austin, Mary, National Arts Club, New York City, 1917
Exports and imports, 1918-1919
Prices and price-fixing, 1914-1918
Crops, Stocks, 1917-1918
Food Ministry, 1917-1918
Dairy products, eggs, fats, and oils, 1918
Fruits and vegetables, 1918
Grain, flour, bread, and potatoes, 1918
Livestock and meat, 1918
Requisitioning and sugar, 1918
Aviation acts, 1917.
B correspondence, 1917-1919
B correspondence, 1917-1919 (contd.)
Babst, Earl D.
Bagg, Ether Mather.
Bailey, Thomas A., The Policy of the United States Toward Neutrals.
Baker, Newton D.
Baldwin, Roger S.
Balkan States, 1918-1919
Bamford, Frank S.
Bananas and banana flour, 1917-1918
Barnard, Harry E.
Bartlett Frazier, reports.
Baruch, Bernard M.
Bathurst, Sir Charles (Lord Bledisloe).
Beale, Sir John Field.
Beans and peas.
Beer and liquor, correspondence, 1917-1918.
Beer and liquor, correspondence, 1917-1918 (contd.)
Bell, C. E. See 31-H
Bell, James F. See 48-H; Milling Division File
Bentley, C. H. See 18-H
Bermuda. See West Indies, British
Bernhardt, Joshua. See 17-H; 48-H
Bernstein, Irving. See 15-H; 21-H; 30-H
Bestor, A. E. See 5-H
Bevier, Isabel. See 5-H
Bibliographies on food and food questions, 1915-1918
Bicarbonate of soda. See Soda ash, etc.
Binder twine. See Sisal
Bledisloe, Lord (Sir Charles Bathurst). See Great Britain, Food Administration, Correspondence
Blockade and censorship, 1917-1919.
Blood albumen, 1918
Boden, P. B. See 43-H
Bolivia, exports and imports, 1918
Bone black, 1918
Boret, Victor. See France, Food Administration, Reports 56-57; France, Food Ministry
Bowman John M. See 43-H
Boy Scouts of America, 1917-1918
Boyden, R. W. See 44-H
Brand, Charles J. See Agriculture Department
Brandeis, Alfred. See 44-H
Brazil, exports and imports, 1917-1918
Brazil, prices, 1918
Bread and baking. See 26-H; 33-H; 47-H; Grain-Wheat
Bread-returned to bakers, stale, 1917
Bread subsidy. See 33-H
Brookings, Robert S.
Brooks, F. S.
Brown, E. C.
Brown, Everett S.
Brown, H. M.
Buckland, Carl P.
Bundy, H. H.
Burch. D. S.
C correspondence, 1917-1918
C correspondence, 1917-1918 (contd.)
Cacao, circa 1917
Calcium Carbide, 1918
Campbell, W. H. See 39-H
Camps and cantonments, 1917-1919.
Agriculture, crops, etc., 1918
Agriculture Department, Production and Thrift,
Agricultural War Book, 1916
Bureau of Statistics, 1917-1920
Cost of living, 1917-1918
Cost of bread production, 1917-1918
Exports and imports, 1916-1919
Food Board, 1917-1920
Dairy products, 1918
Education Division, 1917-1918
Fruit, vegetables, 1918
Grain, flour, bread (baking and milling), 1917-1919
Hotels and restaurants, 1918
Information Division, 1917-1918
Meat and livestock, 1917-1920
Rules and regulations, 1917-1918
Food in storage, 1917-1918
Grain used in alcoholic beverages, 1917
Canary Islands onions.
Canned goods, 1917-1919.
Canning and drying, 1917-1918
Capper, Arthur, Governor of Kansas, 1917-1918
Carry, E. F.
Cash and carry, 1918
Casings conference, 1918
Cassels, S. J.
Castor oil, 1918-1920.
Central America, 1918.
Central Bureau of Planning and Statistics, Weekly Statistical News, no. 12, 27 November 1918
Chadbourne, W. A.
Chain stores, 1917-1918
Chamber of Commerce of the U.S.A., 1917-1921
Champ, Frederick P.
Charts, graphs, and maps, 1917-1918
Chemical Alliance, Committee on Fertilizers, 1918
Chemicals and drugs, 1917-1918.
Chicago Board of Trade, 1917-1919.
Children, Nutrition of, Policy of Food Administration, 1918
Childs restaurants, 1918.
Chile, nitrate industry, 1918-1919.
Civil Service, 1917.
Clarkson, Grosvenor B.
Clow, Kent S.
Clynes, J. R.
Coal tar products, 1917-1918
Cobb, Frank I.
Cocoanut (Coconut), 1917
Collins, James H.
Comfort, Ralph M.
Commerce Department, 1917-1919
Secretary William C. Redfield, 1917-1919
Safeguard the Gateways of Alaska; Her Waterways, by E. Lester Jones, 1918
Commission for Relief in Belgium, 1917-1919
Commission of Inquiry, Report into the Milling Division.
Commission merchants, 1918
Commission Permanente Internationale des Contingents.
Committee on Public Information, 1917-1919
Community kitchens, 1918
Conference of Food Controllers, London.
Conger, S. B.
House of Representatives, 1917-1920.
Correspondence, 1917-1920 (contd.)
Agricultural Committee, Asbury F. Lever, 1917-1918
Resolutions, Bills, and Acts, 1917-1918
Jouett Shouse, 1917-1918
Correspondence, 1917-1919 (contd.)
Agricultural Committee, 1917
Bimonthly reports to, on the number of civil employees in the Food Administration, 23 January - 7 July 1919
Resolutions, Bills, and Acts, 1917-1918
Morris Sheppard, 1917-1918
Conservation of food.
Consumer's Council, London.
Cook, N. J.
Cooksey, R. C.
Cooper, F. E.
Coordination of Purchase.
Copper sulphate, 1917
Corn Belt Meat Producers Association, 1918
Cosgrove, J. O. A.
Cost of living, 1918.
Loaf of bread, 1918
Pound of bacon, beef, bread, milk, 1918
Costa Rica, 1917-1918
Cotton and cottonseed products, 1917-1920.
Cotton, J. P.
Council of National Defense, 1917-1921.
Correspondence, 1917-1918 (contd.)
Minutes of meetings, 1917
Director Walter S. Gifford, 1917-1918
Secretary Grosvenor B. Clarkson, 1919
Annual reports, 1917-1918
Economy in Retail Service, Commercial Economy Board, 1918
Cooperation in medical instruction, 1917
Memoranda transmitted to Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, 27 December 1919.
Minutes of meetings, 1917-1921
Woman's Committee, 1917-1919
Daily Digest of Reconstruction News, 1919
No Price-Fixing by Advisory Commission of Council of National Defense, by Dr. Hollis Godfrey, Boston Sunday Post, July 27, 1919
A Preliminary Draft of a Report on Industrial Readjustment in Relations to the High Cost of Living, 1919
Mother Goose in War Time, by the Department of Patriotic Education, 1918
Country Unite Plan, by F. R. Carpenter, circa 1918
Cover, John H.
Craig, A. U.
Cranston, R. E.
Crockett, A. S.
Crop reports, 1917-1918
Crosby, O. T.
Crosby, S. L.
Crowder, Maj. Gen. Enoch H.
Crowell, Frank G.
Cryolite cargoes, 1918
Correspondence, 1917-1919 (contd.)
Representative in Cuba of the Food & Fuel Administration, Trade & Shipping Boards of the United States, Henry H. Morgan, 1917-1919
Sugar agreement, 1917
Cullen, George A.
Culver, Wm. B.
D correspondence, 1917-1919
D correspondence, 1917-1919 (contd.)
Correspondence and reports, 1917-1919
Agreements with U.S., 1917-1918
Summary of Conger's Report on Food Situation, 1917
Economic and political conditions, 1917-1918
Exports and imports, 1917-1918
Food Administration, 1917-1919
Bread and grains, 1917
Fats and oils, 1917-1918
Feeding staff, 1917
Meat and Livestock, 1917-1918
Food from Ukraine, 1918
Imports from U.S., 1917-1919
Tonnage negotiations, 1918
Trade with Germany, 1917-1918
Dietary, correspondence, reports, survey, 1917-1918
"A Dietary for Miners," by S.N. Brockunier, Engineering and Mining Journal, 1918
Draft Act, 1917-1918
Dye makers, 1917-1919
E correspondence, 1917-1919
E correspondence, 1917-1919 (contd.)
East Indies, 1917-1918
Eaton, Wm. D.
Economic cooperation after peace.
Edgar, William C., 1917-1919
Edwards, J. D.
Efficiency Bureau, 1918
Ekengran, W. A. F.
Eldred, Wilfred, The Wheat and Flour Trade Under Food Administration Control; 1917-1918, 1918
Elliot, Captain F. B.
Ellis, T. A.
Esberg, A. I.
Eustace, H. J.
Evans, S. F.
Everts, Katherine Jewell.
Ammonia and ammonia sulphate, 1917-1918
Beer and liquors, 1916
Blasting caps, 1917
Candles and stearin, 1917-1918
Carbolic acid, 1917-1918
Caustic potash, 1917-1918
Caustic soda, 1917-1918
Cereals, circa 1917.
Chemicals and drugs, 1917-1918
Dairy products, 1916-1918
Fats and oils, 1911-1919
Oleo oil, 1916-1918
Feeding stuffs, 1911-1918
Mill feed, 1917-1918
Oil cakes, 1917-1918
Flax and flaxseed, 1917
Food and feeding stuffs, 1917-1919
Food values, 1917-1918
Corn and cornmeal, 1917-1918
Wheat and flour, 1916-1920
Iron and steel, 1918
Leather, hides, and shoes, 1917
Pork and pork products, 1912-1918
Molasses and syrup, 1918
Primary and secondary exports, 1914-1915
Quinine and cinchona bark, 1918-1919
Radium compounds, 1918
Seeds, general, 1917-1919
Seeds, corn, 1917-1919
Soya bean flour, 1918
Tapioca dextrin, 1918
Beans and peas, 1917-1918
Wood distillates, 1918
Exports Administrative Board, 1917
Exports Council, 1917
Reports, correspondence, and summary, 1911-1918
F correspondence, 1917-1919
F correspondence, 1917-1919 (contd.)
Farm machinery, 1917.
Farmer's unions, 1918
Fats and oils.
Fats, oils and oilseeds.
Federal Reserve Bank, 1917
Federal Reserve Board, 1917-1918
Federal Trade Commission, 1917-1926
William B. Colver, Chairman, 1917-1918
Flour Milling and Flour Jobbing, 1918
Meat-Packing Industry, 1919
Bakery Section, 1917
Grain Trade, 1920-1926
Grain Trade, 1920-1926 (contd.)
Commercial Wheat Flour Milling, 1920
Annual for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1919
Feeding stuffs, 1917-1919
General, 1917-1919 (contd.)
Brewer's grains, 1917
Brewer's yeast, 1917.
Food and Home Service League, 1917
Parcels for American soldiers, 1918
Sales channels, circa 1917
Foreign situation, 1917-1919
Formulas of food offered for conservation, 1917
American Embassy, Paris, 1917-1918
Agreement with Spain, 1918
Exports and imports, 1917-1918
Kellogg, Vernon L. See also box 140
Mitchell, Sydney A.
Consumption of pork and milk, 1918
Crops and cereal situation, 1917-1918
Laws, orders, and directions, 1917
Provisioning service, 1917
French Rationing System, 1918
Food conditions in various sections of France, 1917-1918
French Food Imports, 1918
Letters covering reports, 1917
Meat and Livestock situation, 1917
Press reviews from French journals, 1918
Prices and wages, 1917-1918
Great Britain, 1918
Sugar and saccharine, 1918
Italy, general food situation, 1918
Food Control in Switzerland, 1918
Food Restriction in the United States, circa 1917
Food reports for Herbert Hoover prepared by John Simpson and Alfred C. Fletchers, 1917-1918
Laws, Decrees, Orders, and Circulars, Concerning the Provisioning Service for the Food Supply of the Civilian Population, 1915-1917
Food reports by American Consul-General A. M. Thackara, 1918
Food Ministry, 1914-1919
Minister of Agriculture and Food Control Victor Boret, 1917-1918
Army ration, 1918
Bread and baking, 1917-1918
Dairy products, eggs, fish and poultry, 1917-1918
Fats and oils, 1917-1919
Feeding stuff, 1918
Food pastes and pastry, 1918
Fruits, nuts, and vegetables, 1917-1918
Food situation reports, 1917-1919
Grain and flour, 1915-1919
Hotels and restaurants, 1918
Jean Adrien Antoine Jules Jusserand, Ambassador of France, Washington, D.C., 1917
Meat and Livestock, 1917-1919
Meat and Livestock, 1917-1919 (contd.)
Sugar and saccharine, 1916-1918
Wages and prices, 1918
Wines and ciders, 1917-1918
Recueil des Lois; Décrets, Arrêtés, Circulaires, Rapports, Documents, Paris, Imprimerie Nationale, 1914-1918
High Commission, 1917-1918
Ministry of the Blockade and Liberated Regions, Committee on Restriction of Food Supplies and Commerce of the Enemy, 1917-1918
National kitchens, circa 1917
Prices; chemicals, copper, and leather, 1917-1918
Sale of Merchandise to the Allied Troops, memorandum, circa 1917
Soldiers, disabled, 1917-1918
Trade with Germany, 1918
Trade with Denmark and Sweden, 1918
Fire Facts for Businessmen, 1914
Fire prevention and insurance, 1917-1918
Flax, flaxseed, and linseed, 1918
Fletcher, Horace, 1918.
Flours (other than grain), 1918
G correspondence, 1917-1919
Garfield, Harry A.
Gay, Edwin F.
Agriculture, crops, 1912-1919
Alien enemy regulations, 1918.
Bread, flour, and grain, 1916-1918
Communal kitchens, 1916
Demobilization of war industries, 1918
Economic and political conditions, 1916-1918
Exports and Imports, 1910-1919.
Finnish Agreement. See Finland
Food Ministry (Reichsernährungsamt), 1915-1921
Butter, fats, and margarine, 1916-1918
Dairy products, 1918
Die deutsche Volksernährung und der englische Aushungerungsplan, by Paul Eltzbacher, 1915
Die Lebensmittel-Versorgung der Stadt Leipzig, 1917
Feeding stuffs, 1916-1921
Food from Ukraine and Rumania (Romania), 1916-1919.
Fruits and vegetables, 1916-1918
Probleme der Volksernährung, by Alexander Lipschütz, 1917
Schleichhandel (illicit trading), 1918
Taylor, A. E., notes, drafts, and reports, 1916
Taylor, A. E., 1916 (contd.)
Merchant marine, 1918
Post War Trade and Reconstruction, 1918
Raw Materials, Control of A. E. Taylor.
Rumanian (Romanian) Agreement.
Russian relations, 1918
Saxony. See Germany, Food Ministry Leipzig
Submarine base in Spain, 1918
Transportation, circa 1917
Vital statistics, 1917-1918
Gibson, Hugh, correspondence, 1918-1922
Gifford, W. S. See Council of National Defense
Girasole (Jerusalem artichoke), 1917-1918
Glasgow, Wm. A.
Glenny, A. H.
Globe Grain and Milling Company.
Goode, Sir William.
Gorvin, J. H.
Gould, J. W. DuB.
Grabow, Edward R.
Barnes, Julius H., 1918-1920
Elevator and shipping situation daily reports, 1918-1919
Grain Movement in the U.S. from the Beginning of the Present Crop Year to 31 December 1918, memorandum, 1919
Port capacity for bulk grain, 1918
Requirements and supplies, 1918-1919
"Return to the Farmer of the Various Cereal Grains by States on December 1st, 1917 as Compared to the Average Return for the Three Prewar Years,"charts, 1918
Storage capacity, circa 1917
Tables from which charts were made, 1916-1918
Monthly receipts and shipments at primary markets, 1917-1919
Used for other purposes than human or animal food, 1917
Used for brewing, 1917-1918.
Movement of barley and rye, 1918.
Corn and corn products, 1901-1918.
Comparative Statement Showing Bushels of Corn Milled by States, 1911-1916
Movement, 1918 See also box 478
Sources of material for basis table on corn, 1917-1918.
World trade in corn, 1917
Hops, basic table, 1901-1917
Oats and oatmeal, 1911-1919
Military use, 1917-1919
Applications and licenses, 1918
Movements at New Orleans, 1917-1919
Southern Rice Committee reports, 1919-1920
General Resume of the Rye Industry, 1 January 1919, by N. A. Bengtson, War Trade Board, Bureau of Research and Statistics, 1919
Substitute and mixed flours, 1917-1918
"North American Carry-Over into Crop of 1917," report, 1918
Cost of Producing Wheat, by M. R. Cooper and R. S. Washburn, 1921
Farm holdings of wheat, 1916-1918
Production and consumption per capita, 1917
Wheat fed to livestock, 1918
Sources of material for basic table of wheat, 1919
Supply and domestic distribution, 1911-1917.
World's production by countries, 1912-1917
Trade conferences, 1918-1920
Press Summary of Dr. Surface's report, The Stabilization of the Price of Wheat during the War, 1925
Wheat and flour, 1916-1918.
Monthly consumption of flour and substitutes, 1918
Supply and distribution, 1918
Polices and Plan of Operation, 1917
Cost of the production of flour charts, circa 1917
Correspondence regarding higher extraction of wheat, 1917-1918
The Miller's Almanacs, 1917-1918, published by The Northwestern Miller
"Progressive Samples in Washburn-Crosby Co.'s Gold Medal Flour and Wheat Exhibit," circa 1917.
Comparative Chart of Total Receipts of Flour and Wheat, 1916-1917.
U.S. and Great Britain, 1917-1919.
Chile (flour shipments), 1918
Other countries, 1918
Gray, Prentiss N.
Great Britain, 1909-1921.
Agriculture and crops, 1917-1919
Agriculture and crops, 1917-1919 (contd.)
American Embassy, London, 1917-1919
Cables from United States and France to London, 1917-1919
Cables from London to Washington and New York, 1917-1919
Dispatches sent to the State Department list, 1917-1918,
Blockade ministry department list, circa 1917
British food, 1917-1918
British Radio press, 17 October 1918
British War Mission, 1917-1919
Cocaine and morphine trade with Japan, 1918
Corn Production Act.
Cultivation of Land Orders.
Enemy Trading Act, 1917
Exports and imports, 1915-1919.
USFA (Food Administration), 1917-1919
Correspondence A-Z, 1917-1919
Anderson, Sir Alan, 1918
Attolico, Barnado, Armour & Company Ltd., 1918
Barnes, Julius, 1917-1919.
Beale, John, 1918
Clynes, J. R., 1918-1919
Coit, Mary, 1918
Cook, H. J., 1918
Cotton, Joseph P., 1918-1919.
Cotton, Joseph P., 1918-1919 (contd.)
Cotton, Joseph P., 1918-1919 (contd.)
Cravath, Paul D., 1918
Crosby, Oscar T., 1917-1918
Durand, E. Dana, 1918.
Herbert Hoover, European trip, 1918
Jackson, George (Royal Commission on the Sugar Supply), 1918
Kellogg, Dr. Vernon L., 1917-1918.
Kennedy, Philip B., 1918
McIntosh, Lt. Col. J. W., 1918
Merrill, Edwin G., 1918-1919
Mitchell, Sidney A., 1918
Pearl, Raymond, 1918
Pharazyn, G.N., 1918
Platt, Charles A., 1918
Sheldon, L. P., 1917-1919.
Sheldon, L. P., 1917-1919 (contd.)
Simpson, J. L., 1918.
Sims, W. S., 1918
Organization and policy, 1918-1919
Food Ministry, 1909-1921
Minister Lord Rhondda, 1917-1918
Goode, William A., 1917-1920
Index to British Ministry of Food cables, 1918
Beverages, tea, coffee, cocoa, etc., 1917-1918
Bread, flour, and grain, 1917-1919.
Cake and pastry, 1917
Dairy products, butter and margarine, cheese, and milk, 1917-1918
Eggs, poultry and game, 1917-1918
Fats and oils (lard and other fats and oils), 1917-1918
Feeding and feeding stuffs, 1917-1919
Fruits and vegetables, 1917-1919
Jam and syrup, 1917-1918
Legislation, "Food (Supply and Production) Manual, Food Supply and Production Legislation... to January 31st, 1918," edited by Alexander Pulling, 1918
Meat and livestock, 1909-1918.
National communal and travelling kitchens, 1918
National Food Journal, nos. 5-52 (incomplete), 14 November 1917 - 12 May 1920
Rations and rationings, 1917-1918
A Perspective of the British Food Rationing System, by S. A. Mitchell and H. A. Smith, July 1918
Food and How to Save It, by Edmund Spriggs, 1918
Summary of Action Taken by the Ministry of Food in Relation to the Control of Supplies and Prices, 8 October 1917
Summary of British Food Situation, 1918
Weekly Enforcement Guide, 2 November 1918
Food Ministry in the USA [Provisions Section], 1917-1918
The National Food Supply in Peace and War, by T. W. Wood, Cambridge University Press, 1917
Food Production Department, 1917-1918
Fuel and light, 1917-1918
Government control of trade, British Method of Preventing Speculation in Certain Imported Food Products, by Robert P. Skinner, 1917
League of National Safety, 1918
Munitions Ministry, 1917-1918
National War Savings Committee, 24 Common Foods, Comparing the Nourishment Contained in 1 lb. Weight of Each, chart, circa 1917
Official Notices and Circulars, 1917
British press clippings, 1917-1918
Reconstruction Committee and Ministry, 1917-1918
Shipping Ministry, 1918
English Vital Statistics for 1916, bulletin, 1918
War Trade Intelligence Department, Daily Notes from Foreign Press on Economic Subjects, 21 March 1918
Washington Embassy, 1917-1918
Reading, Earl, 1917-1918
Spring-Rice, Cecil, 1917-1918
Export from Holland to the Central Powers, Showing What Effect United States Trade Restrictions Have Had on These Exports, Bureau of Research report, 1918
Gregory, Thomas Watt.
Grey, Prentiss N.
Groome, W. E.
Grose, Dr. Howard B.
Grove, Col. Wm. R.
Guiana, British, 1915-1918
Guiana, Dutch, 1912-1918
Guiana, French, 1918
Gutterson, Herbert L.
H correspondence, 1917-1919
H correspondence, 1917-1919 (contd.)
Haines, Wilder H.
Hallowell, J. W.
Hammond, M. B.
Harrison, Floyd R.
Haskell, George E.
Heads of divisions reports, 1917-1918
Hearne, E. D.
Heyl, E. O.
Hillyer, V. M.
Hilton, Edna R.
Hinhedes, M. "Fedtminimum" (fat minimum).
Hoey, Frank A.
Holman, Charles W.
Honnold, William L., 1918-1919
Hoover, Herbert, 1917-1919, 1923, 1950.
American Relief Administration, 1919
Confidential reports to Mr. Hoover regarding sugar situation, 1918
Copies of documents regarding Grain Corporation, milling, elevators, packers and livestock, filed in Mr. Hoover's safe in the Food Administration, Washington, 1917
Coordination and Policy Board, 1918
Debatable Hypothesis, memorandum by Herbert Hoover, 1917.
Papers in Herbert Hoover's legal dossier, 1917
Memoranda from various people, 1917
Advisory Committee on Public Health, 1917
Memoranda to "All Departments," 1917
Memoranda, press statements, 1917-1918
Memoranda, press statements, 1917-1918 (contd.)
Revised Ten Million Dollars Budget as Approved by Mr. Hoover, 5 January 1918
Photographs, 3 portraits of Herbert Hoover, circa 1917
Miscellany, circa 1917
Hospitals nos. 1-2, summary of reports, 1918.
Hotels and restaurants.
House Mission, 1917
House of Representatives.
Houston, D. F.
Housum, B. W.
Howe, E. L.
Hughs, H. J.
Hurley, Edward N.
I correspondence, 1917-1919
I correspondence, 1917-1919 (contd.)
Ice. See 39-H
Brazil, circa 1917
Dairy products, 1911-1919
Dutch East Indies, 1918
Fats and oils, 1911-1918
Feeding stuffs, 1917-1918
Great Britain, France and Italy, 1914-1919
Japanese foodstuffs, 1918
Leather and hides, 1917
Meat and livestock, 1911-1918.
Russia, Siberia, 1918
Sugar, syrup, molasses, 1918
Industrial Conservation, Evolution of Policies and Procedures, 1917-18, by Stella Stewart, 1941
Inter-Allied Food Council Committee of Representatives, Minutes of Proceedings, I-IV July-December 1918.
Inter-Allied Scientific Food Committee.
Interdepartmental Advisory Committee, minutes of meetings, 1917
Interior Department, 1917-1919
International Health Board, 1918.
Internment camps, 1917-1918
Interstate Commerce Commission, 1917-1919
Introduction, Letters of, 1917-1919
Inventory of furniture and office equipment not in use, 1919
Iodine combination, 1918
Iron and ammonium citrate, 1918
Agriculture and crops, 1917-1918
Agriculture and food ministries [in the U.S.], Gaetano Pietra, Stefano Avonzo, Randolph Santini, 1917-1981
Commissary General for Supply and Consumption of Food (Commissariato Generale per gli Approvvigionamenti e i Consumi), 1909-1918
Silvio Benigno Crespi, 1917-1918
Silvio Benigno Crespi, 1917-1918 (contd.)
Bread, flour, flour pastes, and grain, 1917-1918
Dairy products, eggs, poultry, and fish, 1917-1918
Durand, E. Dana, 1918
Fats and oils, 1918
Fruit and vegetables, 1918
Meat and livestock, 1918
Charles A. Platt, 1918
Frederic C. Walcott and James T. Bell, 1918
Commissary General of National Fuel (Commissariato Generale per i Combustibili), 1917-1918
Correspondence with Italian government, 1918
Embassy, Washington, Count V. Macchi di Cellere, 1917-1918.
Exports and imports, 1912-1918
High Commissioner Francesco Quattrone, 1917-1918
Italian report, 1913,
Mott, Col. T. Bentley.
Post-War trade and reconstruction, 1918
Wine and alcohol, 1917-1918
J correspondence, 1917-1918