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Family food consumption and dietary levels, five regions,
by Hazel K. Stiebeling, Day Monroe, Callie M. Coons, Esther F. Phipard [and] Faith Clark

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Corporate Author: United States.
Language(s): English
Published: Washington U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1939-41.
Subjects: Nutrition
Diet
Food
Note: Includes tables.
This series is paralleled by a survey of urban and village families conducted by the Bureau of labour ststistics.
The study of consumer purchases was conducted by the Bureau of home ecomonics of the United States Department of agriculture and the bureau of labour statistics of the United States Department of labour, with the cooperation of the National resources committee, the works progress administra tion, and the Central statistical board. Plans for the study were formulated by the National resources committee and the two operating bureaus, with the advice of two other cooperating agencies. The project was financed by the Works progress administration.
"This volume presents information on the food of farm families at different income levels in the 66 counties surveyed by the Bureau of home economics as part of the consumer purchases study. Another report deals with the food of village and city families, and other publications present facts on family income, patterns of family consumption as a whole, and expenditures for other major budget categories, such as clothing, automobile, and medical care".-Foreword.
Contribution from Bureau of home economics in cooperation with the Work projects administration.
At head of title: Consumer purchases study. Farm series.
Physical Description: v. : maps, facsims. ; 23 cm.
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