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  • Description: Food
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    • [Red Point tokens]

    • 1943
    • UA100 Artifact Collection
    • 4 pieces. Issued by the U.S. Office of Price Administration. Red Point tokens were used during World War II for the purchase of rationed food.
    • [Four WACs on bivouac, circa 1952]

    • 1952
    • WV0469 Therese M. Lambert Oral History
    • A candid photograph of four WACs at a bivouac encampment. Open ration boxes, food wrappers, mess kits, helmets, and equipment bags are strewn about the encampment. The WACs are in various states of dress.
    • [Display of Student Work]

    • 1941
    • Photo Collection -- Art Shop
    • A display of work presenting the facts behind reading the labels on food and clothing.
    • [Servicemen and women in line at a buffet, 1945]

    • 1945
    • WV0328 Lucy Slade Libby Papers
    • A line of servicemen and women get food from a buffet while attending a dance in Guam in late 1945. Army nurse Lucy Slade Libby may be second from the right.
    • [WACs serve food in mess hall, 1945]

    • 1945-04
    • WV0428 Betty Etten Wiker Papers
    • A line of Women's Army Corps (WAC) members in white food handler uniforms serve a meal to servicemen in April of 1945. A supply of Eddy's sliced bread can be seen on the shelf behind the women. Pictured are: Douchinsky, Kozarnowicz, Smith, Swann,...
    • [Banquet Table]

    • 1945
    • Mss. Coll. 95 Paul Younts Papers
    • A long table with trays of food and green foliage for decoration. A cherub decoration displays the year 1945.
    • [Picnic food]

    • 1890-1910
    • Photo Collection -- Bernard M. Cone Photograph Albums
    • A man and a boy inside a picnic shelter filled with food, mostly watermelon, for the Fourth of July company picnic.
    • [Ration Stamps and Coins]

    • 1941-1945
    • Greensboro Historical Museum, Inc. Archives
    • A photograph of ration stamps and coins that were used to purchase food during the war shortages.
    • [Kitchen Police Duty]

    • 1942-1945
    • Martin Studio Collection
    • A soldier on KP Duty looks as a cook in the kitchens at BTC-10/ORD pours food into a serving tray.
    • [Men in the Mess Hall]

    • 1943-1944
    • Martin Studio Collection
    • A view of on the mess halls at BTC-10/ORD in Greensboro. Some men are eating their meals while others stand in line for food.
    • [Woman Preparing Food]

    • 1941
    • Photo Collection -- Art Shop
    • A woman in uniform stands at a table in a kitchen and prepares food.
    • Oral history interview with Brian Mandeville, 2018

    • 2018-08-09
    • OH019 Well Crafted Oral History Collection
    • Brian Mandeville, head brewer (through 2018) of Fullsteam Brewery in Durham, NC, discusses his role as head brewer, their approach towards and use of locally foraged and farmed ingredients, and his three Good Food Award-winning beers
    • Oral history interview with Carol  Bottoms, 1991 [text/print transcript]

    • 1991-05-18
    • OH003 UNCG Centennial Oral History Project
    • Carol Bottoms (1955- ) graduated from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a bachelor of science in home economics in 1977. Her major was food and nutrition. She is a dietician and nutritionist. Bottoms discusses the strength of the...
    • Oral history interview with Lucile Griffin Leonard, 1999

    • 1999-01-29
    • WV0028 Lucile Griffin Leonard Papers
    • Chiefly documents Lucile Griffin Leonard's education at the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina (now the University of North Carolina at Greensboro) in the late 1930s and early 1940s and her service as a hospital dietitian with the...
    • Sunday night suppers [binding]

    • 1907
    • Woman's Collection
    • Dark yellowish-reddish-brown ooze leather; chafing dish in center, lettered at head and food, all in gilt; t.e.g., untrimmed. Pictorial endpapers of chafing dish and tea kettle with steaming tea cups in yellowish-brown.
    • [Confidential memo from Dean Shipton about an incident in the Soda Shop at UNCG]

    • 1969-03-14
    • UA2.8 Chancellor James Sharbrough Ferguson Records
    • Dated March 14, 1969, this memo from University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) Dean Clarence Shipton's office discusses an incident where "Lillian", a worker in one of UNCG's food service operations was approached and asked how she felt...


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