This is a complete bibliography of books and journals
in Home Economics Archive: Research, Tradition, History, organized by both author and title or by publication year:
Journal Title List
Tobey, James A.
Tobin, Grace Evelyn
Toby, Han Hanlove
Todd, A. R.
Todd, Arthur J.
Todd, Christine M.
Todd, Constance L.
Todd, John A.
Todd, Mary A.
Todd, Mary M.
Todd, T. Wingate
- The Anatomical Features of Epiphysial Union
Child Development: September, 1930 (Volume 1, Number 3)
- Comparative Youth: The Physical Aspect
Child Development: June, 1930 (Volume 1, Number 2)
- Differential Skeletal Maturation in Relation to Sex, Race, Variability and Disease
Child Development: March, 1931 (Volume 2, Number 1)
- The Roentgenographic Appraisement of Skeletal Differentiation
Child Development: December, 1930 (Volume 1, Number 4)
- An X-Ray Study of Nutritional Deviations
Journal of Home Economics: December, 1934 (Volume 26, Number 10)
Todhunter, E. Neige
- The Adequacy of Some New Zealand Dietaries
Journal of Home Economics: November, 1928 (Volume 20, Number 11)
- Benefits from Research in Nutrition
Journal of Home Economics: November, 1944 (Volume 36, Number 9)
- Encouraging Good Food Habits in School-Age Children
Child: August - September, 1950 (Volume 15, Number 1)
- The Food We Eat
Journal of Home Economics: September, 1958 (Volume 50, Number 7)
- High Education Challenges Home Economics
Journal of Home Economics: June, 1949 (Volume 41, Number 6)
- Nutrition Courses in Land Grant Colleges
Journal of Home Economics: December, 1936 (Volume 28, Number 10)
- Recent Advances in Vitamin Knowledge: Vitamins and Microorganisms
Journal of Home Economics: February, 1942 (Volume 34, Number 2)
- The Relation of Nutrition to the Development of Sound Teeth
Journal of Home Economics: February, 1938 (Volume 30, Number 2)
Albert R. Mann Library. 2003. Home Economics Archive: Research, Tradition
and History (HEARTH). Ithaca, NY: Albert R. Mann Library, Cornell University.
http://hearth.library.cornell.edu (Version January 2003).
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