North Carolina Dietetic Association Records
Scope and Contents
The North Carolina Dietetic Association Records date from 1935 to 1986 and include organizational records and one oversize scrapbook. Organizational records include membership lists, minutes, reports, articles of incorporation, bylaws, and policies and procedures.
Additionally, the collection contains some photographs, a large number of clippings, and copies of publications such as The Bulletin of the North Carolina Dietetic Association, the NCDA Newsletter, the Charlotte Dietetic Association Newsletter, and Carolina Food Service Digest.
- 1935 - 1986
- North Carolina Dietetic Association (Organization)
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Collection is open for research.
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Biographical or Historical Information
The North Carolina Dietetic Association (NCDA) is a professional membership organization for registered dietitians, and is affiliated with the American Dietetic Association. The mission of the association is to promote optimal nutrition and health to the citizens of North Carolina.
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3.50 Linear Feet (1 box and 1 oversized scrapbook)
Language of Materials
The North Carolina Dietetic Association is a professional membership organization for registered dietitians whose mission is to promote optimal nutrition and health to the citizens of North Carolina. These records date from 1935 to 1986 and include organizational papers, a scrapbook, photographs, clippings and publications.
Method of Acquisition
Gift of Beth Everly in December 1981. Additional materials received in 1987.
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