Cuisine, Nutrition and Agriculture

Athur Arent (1904-1972). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, film, memorabilia, and other items from the prominent author and editor, whose 1943 documentary play for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, It's Up to You, was produced by Elia Kazan given a national tour.

John L. Bainbridge (1913-1992). Manuscripts, correspondence, research material, photographs, and many other items, from the author, journalist, and "London Journal" columnist for Gourmet magazine.

Karl Brandt (1889-1975). Manuscripts, photographs, and other material from the prominent German agricultural economist.

Herbert Burkholz (1932-2006). Manuscripts, correspondence, research material, and more, from the noted critic of, and later speechwriter for, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, as well as a popular novelist.

Julia Child. Letters from the legendary chef and television personality. In the Marian Christy, Craig Claiborne, and Gael Greene Collections.

Craig Claiborne (1920-2000). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, audio, and other items, from the pioneering cuisine journalist, critic, and cookbook author, known for his groundbreaking work for The New York Times.

Richard Condon (1915-1996). Manuscripts, correspondence, research material, photographs, audio, and other items from the acclaimed novelist (best-known for The Manchurian Candidate) and author of two Mexican cookbooks.

Euell Gibbons (1911-1975). Manuscripts from the popular author and visionary proponent of wild foods and natural diets, known for his book Stalking the Wild Asparagus.

Gael Greene (1937- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and other items from the acclaimed author, food journalist, longtime restaurant reviewer for New York magazine, and co-founder (with James Beard) of Citymeals-on-Wheels.

Lillian Hellman and Peter S. Feibleman. Proofs for their book Eating Together: Recipes' Recollections. In the Natalie Robins Collection.

Beatrice Trum Hunter (1918- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, audio, and other items from the pioneering nutritionist, public health advocate, author, and food expert.

Esther Kellner (1908-1998). Manuscript for her history Moonshine: Its History and Folklore.

Fanny Todd Mitchell (1897-1978). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the noted cookbook author and regular contributor to Gourmet magazine.

Scott (1883-1983) and Helen (1904-1995) Nearing. Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other items from the iconic advocates of organic horticulture and natural diets, whose work is known for inspiring the American "back-to-the-land" movement in the 1960s.

Gladys Taber (1899-1980). Manuscripts, photographs, and other material from the beloved author, columnist, agrarian, and proponent of country living.

Charlotte B. Ware. Various papers (1905-1945) from the noted agriculture and milk sanitation specialist. Part of the Boston University Archives.