North Dakota State University
In 1968 NDSU student Ardith M. Braaten conducted a series of interviews that were recorded on reel-to-reel tape with mostly women living in the Red River Valley regarding food during the pioneer period. Includes interviews with Annetta Braaten, Lydia Holstad, Sarah Christianson, Evelyn Gesell, Ada Gunkelman, Anne Hemmet, Mildred Heifort, Martha Hektner, Harry Howland, Bertine Kjonaas, Betty Braaten, Josephine Mortenson, Clara Nymon, Harry Ostby and Olda Ostern
Cornell University - Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
A collection of over 10,000 menus, providing evidence of the manners, mores, and food habits of earlier times.
Chapman University - Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections and Archives
Cornell University Libraries
Lentz describes her work in Zambia and Ecuador which focuses on the issues of food, food habits, and food security
Utah State Archives and Records Service
This series contains leaflets about a specific species with information pertaining to general description, food habits, habitat, reproduction, management, behavior, history, current status, life cycle, migration, and additional reading
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
This collection includes information from local residents of Waverly, Mississippi, including farmers and quiltmakers, concerning material culture, legends, food habits, tales, superstitions and beliefs, and the oral traditions associated with the railroad and local history, in general
Bucks County Historical Society
Correspondence and newsclippings from and about anthropologist Margaret Mead, a native of Bucks County, Pa. Includes a letter (1943) relating to Mead's involvement with the National Research Council's Committee on Food Habits
University of Idaho
Research paper prepared for Department of Wildlife Resources, College of Forestry, Wildlife, and Range Sciences, University of Idaho