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The South Carolina School Food Service Association was founded in 1954 and was created to develop high standards for school food service programs in South Carolina, by promoting legislation designed to foster adequate school food service programs, and by promoting interest in the recruitment and training of school food service personnel.
Scope and Content Note
The South Carolina Food Service Association Records consist of historical statements, constitutions and by-laws, annual, officer and committee reports, minutes of the executive board, correspondence, financial records, membership records, newsletters, handbooks, photographs, newspaper clippings and other records. There are records relating to the regional and national school food service associations and to the 1963 International Congress on Home Economics.
The records of the South Carolina School Food Service Association were deposited with our Archives on March 8, 1977 by Ramon Aycock, president of the association.
School Lunchrooms, School Cafeterias, Children's Nutrition, Food Service Management, Public Education, School Food Service Legislation
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "South Carolina School Food Service Association - Accession 82". Finding Aid 236.
The collection is divided into three sections A) Records relating directly to the South Carolina School Food Service Association B) Records relating to the American School Food Service Association C) Records relating to the 10th International Congress on Home Economics.