New Mexico. Mrs. Fidel Romero Proudly Exhibits Her Canned Food. [Two Women Standing in a Kitchen Pantry. Pantry Contains Preserved Fruits and Vegatables.] 1946

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Original Caption: New Mexico. Mrs. Fidel Romero proudly exhibits her canned food.. [Two women standing in a kitchen pantry. Pantry contains preserved fruits and vegatables.]

U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: NWDNS-33-S-12785

Created By: Department of Agriculture. Extension Service.

From:: Extension and Home Demonstration Activities

Production Date: 1946

Persistent URL: arcweb.archives.gov/arc/action/ExternalIdSearch?id=513405

Repository: Still Picture Records Section (College Park, MD)

Access Restrictions: Unrestricted
Use Restrictions: Unrestricted

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  1. john8abalone 43 months ago | reply

    Being pedantic this is bottled - not canned - food.

    Bottling is a process that can be carried out in a home environment and I imagine the whole purpose of the photo was to encourage women to grow and preserve their own food during the war. Bottling only requires strong glass jars with an airtight seal but no other special equipment.

    Canning can be carried out on a small scale but is usually a factory process on a commercial scale in view of the special equipment needed..

  2. tram58 26 months ago | reply

    Please learn how to spell! Vegetable is spelled with an E, not an A...

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