List of agricultural publications available for distribution by members of Congress to homemakers and residents of citie...

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Title:
List of agricultural publications available for distribution by members of Congress to homemakers and residents of cities and towns
Series Title:
List ;
Physical Description:
v. : ; 23 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Division of Publications
Publisher:
Office of Information, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture :
Division of Publications
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C
Creation Date:
1948

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Home economics -- Bibliography -- United States   ( lcsh )
Agriculture -- Bibliography -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre:
serial   ( sobekcm )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
bibliography   ( marcgt )

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General Note:
Description based on: 1-15-48; title from caption.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 004892127
oclc - 61859227
System ID:
AA00008537:00002

Related Items

Preceded by:
Available Farmers' bulletins and Leaflets of the United States Department of Agriculture of interest to residents of cities and towns
Succeeded by:
Agricultural publications available for distribution by members of Congress to homemakers and residents of cities and towns.

Full Text
6Feb'48


LIST


AGRICULTURAL


PUBLICATIONS


AVAILABLE


FOR


DISTRIBUTION


MEMBERS


CONGRESS


HOME-


MAKERS


AND


RESIDENTS


CITIES


AND


TOWNS


FARMERS' BULLETINS


750
1171
1381
1452
1460
1474


Roses for the home.
Annual flowering plants.
Herbaceous perennials.
Painting on the farm.
Simple plumbing repairs.
Stain removal from fa3


methods.
[]1497 Methods c


4508
1567
1677
1743
1775
1800


equipment


laundering.
Poultry keeping in back
Propagation of trees and
Planting and care of law
Hotbeds and coldframnes.
Home-made bread, cake,
Home-made jellies, pre:


brics:
it for


Home
home


yards.
shrubs.
mns.


and pastry.
serves, and


jams.
[ 1826 Care of ornamental trees and shrubs.
[]1834 House cleaning management and
methods.
0 1865 Closets and storage spaces.
01873 Slip covers for furniture.
01888 Poultry cooking.
[ 1889 Fireplaces and chimneys.
01896 Care of damaged shade trees.


0 1905 Work clothes for women.
[ 1908 Meat for thrifty meals.
0 1911 Preventing damage to buildings by
subterranean termites and their
control.
U 1925 The A B C's of mending.
U 1932 Preservation of vegetables by salting
and brining.


0[1939


Home


fruits.
[1944 Sewing


storage


machines"


vegetables
Cleaning


adjusting.
[ 1954 Making a dress at home.
[ 1960 Carpet and rug repair.
0 1963 Dresses and aprons for work
home.


and
and


in the


[ 1972 Poison-ivy, poison-oak, poison sumac:
Identification, precautions, eradi-
cation.
0I 1977 Savory herbs: Culture and use.
S1987 Common diseases of important shade
trees.


JS1993 Decay <
houses.


termite


damage


Preventing ci
Preservation
Boning lamb
Rockeries.
Honey and s
Cockroaches
Clothes moth
Bedbugs.
House ants.
Silverfish.
How to contr
Housefly con
Psocids, ann
Centipedes
house.


,acks in new wood floors.
of leather bookbindings.
cuts.


ome of its uses.
and their control.
s.


ol fleas.
trol.
oying house pests.
and millipedes


[ 199 Gardenia culture.
[203 Disease-resistant
tables.


varieties


vege-


0[206 Culture of orchids.
_2 13 Sour cream-How to prepare and use
it at home.


[221 Home fruit garden in the
Southwestern States.
[222 Home fruit garden in the
Great Plains, Northern
and Intermountain States.


ICentral
Northern
Mountain


[224 Home fruit garden in the Pacific
Coast States and Arizona.
0[227 Home fruit garden in the Northeastern
and North Central States.




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A. W. I. SERIES


Food
Vitam
Take
Chee.
Take


for growth.
ins from farm to you.
care of household rubber.


0e


in your meals.
are ol vacuum


cleaners


carpet sweepers.
[126 Take care of the wool you have.
[034 Fats in meals. (Fat saving
recipes.)
[047 Dried beans and peas in meals.
[58 Gardeners can prevent ear-worm from
entering their corn.


O 59 Oven drying.
O64 Why fIqed the insects? Protect the dried
foods in your home.
[ 70 Kitchen intruders, why tolerate he
[ 73 Cooking with saa flour and grits.
[] 75 Freezing meat and poultry for home


use.
85 Potatoes in popular ways.
89 Egg dishes for any meaL
95 Vegetable garden insect guide.
103 Pickle and relish recipes.
110 Home cannirig of meat.


A. I. SERIES


O 8
021
022
128
039
042
1043
-148


Cooking dehydrated vegetables.
Food for two.
Making velva fruit at home.
Cooking with dried eggs.
Foods-Enriched, restored, fortified.
Root vegetables in everyday meals.
Green vegetables in everyday meals.
Home freezing of fruits and vegetables.


056
058
159
063
]64


How to choose and use your refriger-
ator.


Sweetpotatc
Food for the
Late blight
Home can
tables.


recipes.
family with young children.


of tomatoes.
nina of fr


uits


vege-


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