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As 2011 draws to a close, so does our exhibit “What’s Cooking, Uncle Sam?” which will end on January 3, 2012. It’s been a great year for food here at the National Archives. We’ve had amazing guests come and speak, including Chef José Andrés, our neighbor and Chief Culinary Adviser for the exhibit; Chef Roland [...]
Posted by Hilary on December 28, 2011, under - Great Depression, - The 1960s, - World War II, Recipes, Unusual documents, What's Cooking Wednesdays.
Tags: Alice Kamps, Ann Harvey Yonkers, B1, butter, candy, chef, crimes against butter, Diana Kennedy, Eisenhower, exploding ketchup, food groups, FRESHFARM Markets, George Motz, Grains of Health, guest speakers, Hamburger America, High on the Hog, Jessica B. Harris, Jose Andres, Kansas City, ketchup, magarine, Nebraska, oleo gang, pastry chef, Pig Cafeteria, poison, Potatriots, Queen Elizabeth, Queen's Scones, Roland Mesnier, scribd.com, Top Ten, USDA, vitamin, vitamin donuts, wedding, whale, Wild West, WWII
Today’s guest post comes from Tammy Kelly at the Truman Presidential Library. This week’s Facial Hair Friday photo is a most unexpected person: Harry S. Truman, before he became President! At the Truman Library, we know of only two photographs of Truman wearing any kind of facial hair, so this is a rare photo, indeed. [...]
Posted by Hilary on December 9, 2011, under - Presidents, - World War I, Facial Hair Fridays.
Tags: 129th Field Artillery, Army Reserves, facial hair, Fort Riley, Harry Truman, howitzer, Jackson County, Kansas City, letters, Margie Truman, mustache, secret mustache, toilet paper, Truman, Truman Library, world war i, WWI
Today’s guest post comes from Jennifer Audsley Moore, who is an archives technician and volunteer coordinator at the National Archives at Kansas City. Whale: It’s what’s for dinner. At least, that is how the U.S. Food Administration and U.S Bureau of Fisheries would have it. During World War I, the U.S. Food Administration was established [...]
Posted by Hilary on September 21, 2011, under - World War I, Recipes, Unusual documents, What's Cooking Wednesdays.
Tags: Kansas City, Midwaest, National Archives at Kansas City, pot roast, rationing, recipes, U.S. Bureau of Fisheries, U.S. Food Administration, whale, whale recipes, WWI
You may have seen some of these beards and mustaches before! The mug shots of prisoners at Leavenworth Penitentiary have been featured here and here. But the images above take facial hair to a whole new level! Staff at the National Archives at Kansas City got together and created Potatriot dioramas (inspired by this post). [...]
Posted by Hilary on July 29, 2011, under Facial Hair Fridays.
Tags: beard, facial hair, handlebar, Kansas City, Leavenworth, National Archives at Kansas City, Potatriots, prison, staff, stubble