Beal, Fannie E.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The papers of Fannie Beal contain two notebooks from her classes at Michigan Agricultural College: a cooking notebook and a sewing notebook. The first volume contains notes from her senior cooking class about assorted recipes for fruit dishes, juice, rolls, and desserts. Also within this notebook are lecture notes pertaining to canning, the chemical make-up of humans, and the basics of proteins, sugars, and starches. Students in the class were also taught basic biology, shopping for food,...
Dates: 1907 - 1908
Scope and Contents The William J. Beal papers consist of correspondence, publications, and materials relating to his work as a student at Harvard University. The material from Beal's years at Harvard includes course notes on anatomy, geology and ornithology as well as a detailed journal which Beal wrote in 1862. This journal includes comments on individuals as well as events of the period.The correspondence is not extensive but contains several letters from Asa Gray as well as a typescript copy...
Dates: 1859 - 1940