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Research material and first draft of an unpublished manuscript on the history of scurvy. Adelia Beeuwkes was a dietitian, teacher, and author of books on dietetics and the history of nutrition. She was a professor at the University of Michigan from 1940-1966.
Papers of research nutritionist and clinician Mary Goodloe, known for her work with atherosclerosis. Series includes: manuscripts; reprints; nutrition publications; materials related to a conference on the feasibility of establishing a dietary information center in Georgia; notebook with material related to the Five State Nutrition Program, 1974 ("A competency-based approach to nutrition education for school food service managers and elementary school teachers, grades 3-5").
- Nutrition 2
- Arteriosclerosis 1
- Dietetics -- history 1
- Georgia. Dept. of Human Resources 1
- Librarians 1
- Libraries, Medical 1
- Library and Information Technology 1
- Medical Informatics 1
- Nutrition -- history 1
- Scurvy 1
- VUMC History 1
- Vanderbilt University. School of Medicine. Library 1 ∧ less
- Beeuwkes, Adelia M. (Adelia Marie) 1
- Cunningham, Eileen R. (Eileen Roach) 1
- Darrach, Marjorie J. 1
- Doe, Janet 1
- Goodloe, Mary Helen 1
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