Not by Bread Alone: America's Culinary Heritage

 

 

Homemakers & the War Effort
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This 1942 Cornell war emergency bulletin entitled Eat Well to Work Well, encouraged people to support Uncle Sam by eating particular foods. Cornell received a letter from the Director of the Office of War, Nutrition Services, requesting that the bulletin be translated into Polish and Italian so that it could be distributed to industrial workers in metropolitan, immigrant communities. The Nation was unified in the war effort, and home economists were ready to do their part.

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Cornell Bulletin for Homemakers. War Emergency Bulletin 38. June, 1942. "Are You Helping Hitler? Are You Helping Uncle Sam?"
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