Papers of Mildred E. Buller Smith, 1917-1989 (inclusive), 1917-1929 (bulk)
Reports, photograph album, journals, etc., of Mildred E. Buller Smith, Vermont agriculturist.
- Majority of material found within 1917-1929
Language of Materials
Materials in English.
Access. Collection is open for research. An appointment is necessary to use any audiovisual material.
Conditions Governing Use
Copyright. Copyright in the papers created by Mildred E. Buller Smith as well as copyright in other papers in the collection may be held by their authors, or the authors' heirs or assigns.
Copying. Papers may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures.
Extent.63 linear feet ((1 + 1/2 file boxes) plus 1 videotape)
These papers consist of the journals of a woman agriculturalist, mainly descriptive of work on the Dimock Farm in East Corinth, Vermont, and a winter in Florida, as well as of a trip abroad in 1929. There are also two volumes of Economic Briefs, letters and memoranda by Mildred E. Buller Smith as milk price specialist for the Office of Price Administration, 1943-1946. Additionally there are records of the Woman's Land Army, 1917-1919, including the Woman's Agricultural Camp, Bedford, New York, 1917, and the Wellesley College Training Camp, 1919, including recipes, a photograph album, and buckle and buttons with insignia.
A Vermont agriculturist, Mildred E. Buller Smith also worked as a milk price specialist for the Office of Price Administration, 1943-1946.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Accession numbers: 57-6, 57-83, 57-105, 16, 449, 69-39, 80-M102, 89-M128, 89-M169
Received between January 1957 and August 1989.
- Box 1: 1v-10
- Box 2: 11-14
- Smith, Mildred E. Buller. Papers of Mildred E. Buller Smith, 1917-1989 (inclusive), 1917-1929 (bulk): A Finding Aid
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