Scope and Contents
The booklet was published in 1945 by Kellogg’s Home Economic Department which was founded in 1923 to aid in “defining the role of different foods in proper diets.” The information included in the booklet discusses the proper ways to prepare for camping and the preparation of different foods in a camp setting. Also included is information of the proper ways to use camping equipment, build fires, and clean up a campsite. A section of the booklet contains suggested scout camp menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The last half of the booklet is one-pot and no-utensil recipes.
- Girl Scouts of the United States of America (Organization)
Language of Materials
The envelope and booklet are both in extremely good condition with no obvious signs of wear and tear.
This collection consists of one booklet contained in an envelope that reads: Kellogg Company, Battle Creek, Michigan. The booklet is entitled: Trail Cookery for Girl Scouts.
Purchased with funds from the Starring Endowment.
- Trail Cookery--Kellogg's Finding Aid
- Benedict Chatelain
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