File 1 - Reports, talks and articles by Dorothy Melvin and others on the topic of domestic science

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GB 1847 QC/2/1/1/1

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Reports, talks and articles by Dorothy Melvin and others on the topic of domestic science

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  • 1913-1945 (Creation)

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  • Published, typescript and handwritten articles and talks by D Melvin including 'Domestic Science and efficient housekeepers', October 1913; 'Preliminary examination of candidates for the diploma in Domestic Science', June 1915; 'How to live cheaply and well', December 1914; 'Domestic Science for graduates', March 1920; 'The use and abuse of food in our homes', 1926; 'Cooking - A career of the educated girl' March 1931; 'Diet and nutrition', 26 October 1933; 'St Enoch Station canteen', October 1945;
  • Typescript talks and reports by others including: Miss Higham, 'The teaching of Home Economics in America', June 1925; 'Principal Rait's speech', Diploma Day, 21 November 1930; Julian Huxley, 'Science and diet', 16 April 1933; M C Pepper, 'Scientific method'.

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