World War, 1939-1945 -- Food supply
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Chonokis was a girl's camp at Stateline, South Lake Tahoe, California from 1927-1952. The camp was owned by Mabel Winter Whitney and co-managed by Gladys G. Gorman. Records include correspondence, subject files, camp brochures, enrollment forms, financial records, daily schedules, architectural drawings, sketches and paintings, photographs, 16 mm home movie film, log books of poetry and prose, and Whitney's personal files of letters, school records, and Barley Food Products (Morgantown, West...
Dates: 1908-1982; Majority of material found within 1921-1980
Overview Records of Griswold's sheep ranches, his terms as president and board member of the Nevada Livestock Production Credit Association, the National Advisory Board (for the Taylor Grazing Act), National Wool Council, Nevada Wool Growers' Association, the Nevada Selective Service Board, and the U. S. D. A. War Board, and as coordinator of Operation Haylift in Nevada, 1949. Topics discussed include droughts in Nevada, grazing lands, sheep, the effect of World War II on local food production, and...
Abstract World War II ration book and tokens; souvenir covers (envelopes) pertaining to Virginia City, Nevada; and a poster for the opening of the Comstock Station (gas station) in Virginia City.
Abstract Records of transactions of the Minden and Sparks, Nevada, boards of the OPA, including correspondence regarding preservation of the records in a local depository, checks, and rationing accounts.
Abstract Posters issued to encourage the American public to buy war bonds and to follow food and commodities rationing programs. The collection contains material from 1942-1943 created by the United States Office of War Information Bureau of Public Inquiries.