The Day's food in war and peace
Lesson VIII: [The use of locally-grown products and the developemnt of a nearby food supply], pp. 88-98 PDF (3.2 MB)
LANTERN SLIDES. Crocks Holding Eggs in Water Glass. Preserving Eggs Water-Glass Method. Scales and One Dozen Eggs Weighing lj Pounds. Retailer's Wagon. Curbstone Commission House. Sweet Potato Storage House. Cabbage Storage on Ground. Method of Stoiing Cabbage in Outdoor, Pits. Cellar for Storing Root Crop. Root Cellar. Cement Cellar. ,,A Farfn Cellar. Keep'It Coming. Food Is Ammunition, Don't Waste It. How to Cut the High Cost of Living. Farmers Raise Food and Save It Too. Farmerettes. 'bi0mhUnfity Drier. Community Kitchens. dara'g6flsed as Local 4a'rket. "Farmeis' Line " at Eastern Market, Washington, D) C. Portion of Faneuil HallrMi ket in Boston. Elk Street Market, Buffalo. Farmers' Retail Curb Market at Dubuque, Iowa. An Ol'd Time Municipal Retail Mrket in Pittsburgh. One of Denver's "Neighborhood Markets."
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