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1. Time-tables for home canning of fruits and vegetables (id:1789472)

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2. Rice as food (id:1759589)

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3. Vitamins A, B, and C : a table showing their distribution in food materials and a selected list of references to literature reporting their occurrence and the technique of vitamin studies (id:1759032)

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4. Aunt Sammy's radio recipes (id:1789379)

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5. ... Aunt Sammy's radio recipes revised (id:1789380)

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6. Getting the most for your food money (id:1758839)

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7. Canned meat recipes (id:1758856)

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8. Meat dishes at low cost (id:1789441)

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9. A Study of the raw cotton and the yarn and sheeting manufactured from three grades of American upland cotton (id:CAT86200400)

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10. Community canning centers (id:1758943)

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11. When drought cuts down home-grown food (id:1758848)

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12. Dry skim milk (id:1758854)

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13. Outlook for farm family living in 1939 (id:CAT87207275)

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14. Adjusting farm family living to the impact of war abroad and home defense (id:1789375)

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15. Buckwheat flour recipes (id:1758862)

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16. Eat the right food to help keep you fit (id:1758843)

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17. Pinto and Great Northern beans are a valuable food (id:1758863)

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18. School lunches using farm surpluses (id:1789464)

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19. Whole-wheat (graham) flour recipes (id:1758864)

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20. Are we well fed? : a report on the diets of families in the United States (id:1789378)