Here’s to you!  And here’s to the “What’s Cooking, Uncle Sam?” exhibition.
It’s been a great run, but since the exhibition is closing, this is our final post related to “What’s Cooking.”
Check back periodically for more National Archives exhibition-related posts.  And to keep up with other exhibitions at the National Archives, visit our web page.

Here’s to you!  And here’s to the “What’s Cooking, Uncle Sam?” exhibition.

It’s been a great run, but since the exhibition is closing, this is our final post related to “What’s Cooking.”


Check back periodically for more National Archives exhibition-related posts.  And to keep up with other exhibitions at the National Archives, visit our web page.

1962, National Archives staff celebrate the holidays. 
We can’t offer candy canes, but we can assure you a good time if you add a visit to “What’s Cooking, Uncle Sam?” to your weekend festivities. Don’t wait too long, the exhibition closes on Tuesday, January 3.
Item from the Records of the National Archives and Records Administration, 1789 - ca. 2007

1962, National Archives staff celebrate the holidays.

We can’t offer candy canes, but we can assure you a good time if you add a visit to “What’s Cooking, Uncle Sam?” to your weekend festivities. Don’t wait too long, the exhibition closes on Tuesday, January 3.

Item from the Records of the National Archives and Records Administration, 1789 - ca. 2007

Frugal FridaySugar. 1- none on fruits, 2- none in desserts, 3- less on cereals, 4- less in coffee or tea, 5- less in preserving, 6- less cake and candy, 7- use other sweeteners. Save It.”, ca. 1917 - ca. 1919Item from the Records of the U.S. Food Administration, 1917 - 1920.See this poster in the exhibit What’s Cooking Uncle Sam? at the National Archives. The exhibit closes on January 3rd.
Frugal Friday

Sugar. 1- none on fruits, 2- none in desserts, 3- less on cereals, 4- less in coffee or tea, 5- less in preserving, 6- less cake and candy, 7- use other sweeteners. Save It.”, ca. 1917 - ca. 1919

Item from the Records of the U.S. Food Administration, 1917 - 1920.

See this poster in the exhibit What’s Cooking Uncle Sam? at the National Archives. The exhibit closes on January 3rd.