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DescriptionSeven African American women standing over a table of food.
The sign in the picture reads: "Three cheers for suppers which are planned to supply sufficient protein, for protein builds and maintains bodily tissues."
Mrs. J.O. Conner, district agent, is discussing adequately planned meals which include protein foods with a group of agents attending to the northern district meat and by-products show held in Palestine, Texas on March, 1941. All cuts of cured pork were shown, as well as lard, canned sausage, soap, cracklings, and educational exhibits.
Although some of the descriptions of photographs in this collection have been altered for clarity, a majority of the descriptions are transcribed verbatim from the back of the photographs and reflect the language of those times.
SubjectAnderson County (USA, Texas)
People associated with agriculture
Prairie View University (1941). Meal Planning. Physical: Agricultural Communications and Journalism Program, Texas A&M University; Digital: Cushing Memorial Library and Archives, Texas A&M University, <a href="mailto:email@example.com">Email</a>, Phone: 979-845-1951, <a href="http://cushing.library.tamu.edu/">Website</a>. Available electronically from