Thank you to Northwestern University Libraries
for the use of their image!
|Image from Victory Recipes,|
|"Eat More Cottage Cheese", 1917|
Though this poster is from WWI, the same
mentality towards cottage cheese was used during WWII.
|"Increase Dairy Production to the |
'All Out' War Effort!", 1942
|Health-for-Victory Meal Planning Guide,|
This is a great cover showing a cute little boy
drinking a huge glass of milk!
|Cheese English Monkey - The Ingredients|
|Cooking Rarebit over the stove|
|Featured recipes for Cheese English Monkey & Rarebit|
from Health-for-Victory Meal Planning Guide, October 1943
Studies in Rationing: An Analysis of Selected Rationing Programs in the United States During World War II. Volume II. Solo, Carolyn Shaw. Harvard University. 1950.
Early 1900s: When the Navy Ran a Dairy Farm by Sam Moore
US Dairy Farmers Dump Milk as Pandemic Upends Food Markets. April 3, 2020.
Fighting to Honor War Veterans Through Milk Bottles
Battlefront Dispatches from Vermont (interesting article about Henry McLemore)
Iowa City Press-Citizen Newspaper. November 1943 - August 1944.
The Hammond Times. Indiana. January 1943.
Powdered Egg & Milk shipped to the UK from the US
Milk & Eggs - Nature’s Food
Film “White Ammunition” by Blake (B.K.) Inc., Borden’s Farm Products
Eat More Cottage Cheese
Increase Dairy Production