Oleomargarine controversy records, 1943-1945.
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Professor of economics at Columbia University since 1946 and a consultant at the U.N. and other organizations. From the description of Albert Gailord Hart papers, 1925-1980. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 432293082 ...
The China Medical Board was established in November 1914 as a division of the Rockefeller Foundation to develop modern western medicine in China. The Peking Union Medical College (PUMC) was established in 1017 as part of the CMB's program, designed to be a research center as well as a medical school. Plans to develop a second school were delayed and ultimately abandoned. The Board ceased to be a division of the Foundation in 1927, and the funding if medical projects in Asia was taken over by the...
Nobel Prize winner, economist, and University of Chicago professor. Native of Hetland, South Dakota, and graduate of South Dakota State College and its School of Agriculture. From the description of Collection, 1940-1992 1956-1989. (South Dakota State University). WorldCat record id: 42441839 Theodore William Schultz (1902-1998), a native of South Dakota, received a B.A. (1926) in economics from South Dakota State College, and a Ph. D (1930) from the University ...
The first county farm bureaus in the state of Iowa were organized in Clinton and Scott counties on September 1, 1912. The purpose of the farm bureaus was to coordinate the agricultural activities of the county and to work in cooperation with other local farm associations. The farm bureaus also employed a county agent to act as leader, and it was his responsibility to conduct agricultural demonstrations, offer advice to individual farmers, conduct agricultural meetings, and work with...
Margaret Gilpin Reid (1896-1991) was an economist whose research interests centered on household production and consumption, and later on the relationships between health, income, and productivity. Her work on the importance of non-market activities such as housework is considered to have anticipated "New Home Economics" in the 1960s. Reid was born in Canada and completed a degree in Home Economics at the University of Manitoba in 1921. She received her PhD from the Univ...
The Iowa Farmers Union is a division of the National Farmers Union, established in 1902 and more formally known as the Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union of America. The Iowa group was reorganized and rechartered in 1957. Consequently, most of the files of the IFU date from this time. The IFU is organized into community and county units in over 30 Iowa counties. Members participate in trips to Washington, D.C. to lobby for their interests. The IFU has served as host for foreign farm leade...
R.E. Buchanan (1883-1973) was a bacteriologist and administrator at Iowa State University where he also received his B.S. (1904) and M.S. (1906) degrees. He was the first head of the Bacteriology Dept. (1910-1948), the first dean of Industrial Science (1914-1916), the first dean of the Graduate College (1919-1948), director of the Agriculture Experiment Station (1933-1948), and active in many national and international scientific committees, commissions and boards. He served as editor of the Jou...