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S. R. Winters (Sellie Robert), b. 1888
Food Conservation in North Carolina.
From American Review of Reviews. Vol. 56 (November 1917). New York: Review of Reviews Co., 1917.
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LINING UP THE MEMBERS OF A SUNDAY-SCHOOL CLASS OF THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, RALEIGH, N. C., FOR INITIAL FARM WORK

JOHN PAUL LUCAS
(Executive Secretary of the North Carolina Food Conservation Commission)

CONSERVING CABBAGE IN NORTH CAROLINA
(More than 1,000 pounds of cabbage were put up by these women in three ways--kraut in light salt; kraut in heavy salt, and cabbage in brine, or pickled cabbage)

LABOR BUREAU OF NEW HANOVER COUNTY, N. C.
(During the month of July this bureau, conducted by the Colored Food Commission, found employment for 879 colored persons)

VANGUARD OF THE RALEIGH SUNDAY-SCHOOL BREAKING GROUND