Not by Bread Alone: America's Culinary Heritage

Home Economics & Industry
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The home economists’ campaigns went to great lengths to teach the public about nutrition and food safety. However, their public service messages were often adapted and exploited by industry. Issued by the Club Aluminum Company, this booklet describes the health and safety benefits of buying Club Aluminum cooking utensils.

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Leanness, and Dietary Reform

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You and Your Food. The Club Aluminum Company. Chicago, ca. 1930.
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