Harden Franklin Taylor papers, 1920-1965.


Harden Franklin Taylor papers, 1920-1965.

Included are correspondence, clippings, notes, and published and printed materials relating to such topics as the fishing industry, frozen food technology, and his assessment of the contribution of Clarence Birdseye to the development of frozen food technology.

81 items.


SNAC Resource ID: 8124897

Cornell University Library

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Taylor, Harden Franklin, 1890-1966.

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Biologist, frozen food technologist. From the description of Harden Franklin Taylor papers, 1920-1965. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 74898969 Researcher and research director, frozen fish industry. Harden F. Taylor was born in West Plains, Missouri in 1890. In 1913, he received a bachelor's degree from Trinity College. From 1911 until 1914, he was a researcher with the Bureau of Fisheries in Beaufort, N.C. From 1915 until 1923, he...

Birdseye, Clarence, 1886-1956

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Clarence Birdseye (1886-1956) revolutionized the frozen food industry with his invention of the "quick-freeze machine" in 1925. Birdseye attended Amherst College from 1906 to 1908. In 1912 he took a job as a fur trader in the arctic Peninsula of Labrador in Canada, traveling by dogsled buying and collecting furs until January 1916. By observing the Eskimos in Labrador, Birdseye discovered the quick-freeze process that would prove so successful. The 13 handwritten field journals in this collectio...