Sanitary Aspects of Milk and Dairy Products Dispensed in Sherman, Texas

Sanitary Aspects of Milk and Dairy Products Dispensed in Sherman, Texas

Date: 1948
Creator: Bryant, J. Forrest
Description: The aim of this investigation is to determine whether there is a correlation between the sanitary condition of milk and dairy products dispensed in Sherman, Texas, and the plate counts, the morphology, and the Gram stain reaction of the organisms in predominant colonies from these.
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[Junebug Clark pouring milk]

[Junebug Clark pouring milk]

Date: 195u
Creator: Clark, Joe
Description: Photograph of Junebug Clark pouring a glass of milk for another boy.
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An Investigation of Chloral Hydrate as an Inhibitor of Bacterial Spreader Colonies in Milk Plate Counts

An Investigation of Chloral Hydrate as an Inhibitor of Bacterial Spreader Colonies in Milk Plate Counts

Date: 1951
Creator: Gochnour, Runnald Wallace
Description: This study has consisted primarily of the addition of varying amounts of chloral hydrate to nutrient agar plates and the determination of the definite effects thereof upon the colony plate counts of various samples of milk.
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[Frozen Milk Bottles]

[Frozen Milk Bottles]

Date: January 14, 1957
Creator: Clark, Joe
Description: Photograph of two frozen milk bottles in Detroit. They appear to be seated on someone's doorstep. One of the bottles has cracked, leaking milk onto the ground. This photograph is part of Joe Clark's "Detroit" series.
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[Little Boy with PurePak Milk]

[Little Boy with PurePak Milk]

Date: unknown
Creator: Clark, Joe
Description: Photograph of a young boy holding a carton of PurePak milk with his finger. He smiles and looks at the camera.
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[Letter from Henry S. Moore to Charles, Mary and Linnet Moore, August 10, 1893]

[Letter from Henry S. Moore to Charles, Mary and Linnet Moore, August 10, 1893]

Date: August 10, 1893
Creator: Moore, Henry S.
Description: Letter from Henry Moore to his brother Charles, Mary and Linnet Moore. Henry uses shorthand in the first five pages the letter. He informs the his brother's family about his activities, his friends, and what he duties at work. He also talks about his farm, the produce it produces, and the sales of produce and farm animals. He says his 'Examiner" subscription continued. He also made a comment on "free silver."
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[Letter from Charles B. Moore and Mary Moore to Linnet Moore, January 24, 1899]

[Letter from Charles B. Moore and Mary Moore to Linnet Moore, January 24, 1899]

Date: January 25, 1899
Creator: Moore, Charles B. & Moore, Mary
Description: Letter from Charles B. Moore to his daughter Linnet expressing concern about her health. He also says that he plans to send her $50.00. Mr. Moore tells her about the progress on his fence. He announces that Sam Thornhill has died. He says the Willy Jones says "the soldiers were all taken to Austin to the inauguration." Both Charles and Mary Moore gave details about family and friends that they have seen or heard from. Charles Moore says that he has stopped drinking coffee and has returned to "good old healthy butter milk."
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[Letter from Laura Jernigan to Henry S. Moore, May 25, 1888]

[Letter from Laura Jernigan to Henry S. Moore, May 25, 1888]

Date: May 25, 1888
Creator: Jernigan, Laura
Description: This letter is from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is written by Laura Jernigan, cousin to Charles and Henry Moore. In this letter, Laura updates Henry on the happenings in Grayson County and the news includes: an aside on how she has not written to him in a while because she has not time, a dialogue about A. J. Jernigan's trips to Sherman to serve on the jury and to Austin with Lizzie, a discussion about Phippen's time in the capitol, details about school ending for Phippen and his plans for summer, a weather update, a discussion about the condition of the crops and notes about the amount of milk butter they are making, an aside about Old Man Smith, details about Jack's land purchase and plans for the land, information about land prices in Texas, and a dialogue about the weather which has brought lots of rain. She closes the letter by stating that she hopes to hear from the Moore family soon. The envelope is included with the letter.
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Dairying in the South.

Dairying in the South.

Date: 1905
Creator: United States. Department of Agriculture.
Description: A guide to dairy farming for new farmers in the South, for the purpose of improving the quality of their products.
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Butter making on the farm.

Butter making on the farm.

Date: 1897
Creator: United States. Department of Agriculture.
Description: Describes the steps used to make butter on the farm, including creaming, churning, coloring, salting, and working the butter.
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