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folio iconCulinary History : Culinary Collection Committee
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URN Unique identifier for this image record.
CUL2ANN0007
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Title Alice Johnson and Gail McMillan at a Culinary Committee meeting
creator Ann Hertzler
role photographer
Subject
  • Cookery - history
  • Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - Home Economics
  • Virginia Tech
owner dla
copyright DLA
conditions of use These resources and materials are not in the public domain and copyright is largely held by the Digital Library and Archives, University Libraries, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
work type photograph
work date 2000-08
repository Digital Library and Archives (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)
repository place Blacksburg, Virginia
current site CUL 9
related work Culinary Collection Committee Meeting, 2000
notes Home of Alice Johson: Alice Johnson and Gail McMillan discussing the Janet Cameron scrapbook. In 2000, The Virginia Tech College of Human Resources and Education (CHRE) appointed Jean Robbins to form a committee to promote the preservation of culinary materials. Members of the first Culinary Collection Committee: Dr. Roberta Minish, Associate Dean, CHRE; Mrs. Alice Johnson, Retired Virginia Cooperative Extension; Dr. Jean Robbins, chair, Retired Virginia Cooperative Extension; Dr. Ann Hertzler, Virginia Cooperative Extension, Gail McMillan, DLA/Special Collections Library, and Caryl Gray, University Libraries.
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