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The Day's food in war and peace
([ca.1918])

Lesson VIII: [The use of locally-grown products and the developemnt of a nearby food supply],   pp. 88-98 PDF (3.2 MB)


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REFERENCES. 
United States Department of Agriculture: 
Farmers' Bulletin No. 703, Suggestions for Parcel Post Marketing. 
Farmers' Bulletin No. 830, Marketing Eggs by Parcel Post. 
Yearbook Separate No. 636, Retail Public Markets. 
Markets Document No. 6, Distribution and Utilization of the Garden 
Surplus. 
Order from the Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. 0. 
United States Food Leaflets: 
No. 10, Plenty of Potatoes. 
No. 16, Fresh Vegetables. 
Order from the Federal Food Administrator in your own state. 
These publications give brief and simple discussions of the subjects, usually
including practical suggestions. Other valuable articles, which will be found
Jn most well-equipped libraries, are the Report of the Mayor's Market Corn
mission of New York City, 1913; "Reducing the cost of food distribution,"
in 
volume 50, and "Production and marketing plans for next year,"
in volume 74, 
of the Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. The
"Annals" may be purchased for $1 a volume from the American Academy
of 
Political and Social Science, West Philadelphia Station, Philadelphia, Pa.
(97). 


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