C. Frank Consolazio Papers
Collection Number 19

Summary Information

Repository
EBL Manuscripts Collection
Creator
Consolazio, C. Frank
Title
C. Frank Consolazio Papers
Date [inclusive]
1950 - 1980
Extent
4.0 Cubic feet
Abstract
Personal papers of C. Frank Consolazio, biochemist nutritionist. Material includes: slides, reprints and subject files. The majority of the collection is made up of subject files pertaining to his wide range of interests. The largest group covers nutrition surveys of U.S. military related agencies including ICNND.

Preferred Citation

C. Frank Consolazio Papers. Eskind Biomedical Library Special Collections, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN.

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Historical or Biographical Note

C. Frank Consolazio (1913-1976) was a biochemist, nutritionist, investigator, and author. His research involvement ranged very broadly including: environmental nutrition, nutritional requirements, performance evaluation, energy metabolism, evaluation of nutritional status, nutritional surveys, mineral metabolism, and body composition. He was involved with the wide-ranging studies of the U.S. Army's Nutrition Laboratory and the ICNND.

C. Frank Consolazio was the chief lab technician in the Fatigue Laboratory at Harvard University from 1929-1942, and later he was an Assistant in Physiology at Harvard from 1943-1947. He served as the chief biochemist of the Biochemistry Branch of the Medical Nutrition Lab from 1947-1951. Later he worked in the Bioenergetics Division of the Medical Research and Nutrition Lab from 1952-1975. He also served as a Special Consultant for the Interdepartmental Committee on Nutrition for National Defense, ICNND (1956-1976), and for the World Health Organization, WHO (1962). He was an affiliated professor at Colorado State University from 1964-1965. He was a member of the Subcommittee on Calories, Fat, Carbohydrates and Alcohol, NAS, NRC from 1965-1966. He also served as a member on the Committee on Population Biology of Altitude for the International Biology Program with the WHO in 1967. He was a Senior Lecturer in Physical Education at the University of Colorado from 1970-1976. He also worked as a consultant to the State Department Agency for International Development from 1971-1976 and as a consultant to the National Institute Child Health and Development in 1971. He served as a monitor for the Nutrition Research Information Systems and International Biology Program for the Section on Energy Requirements in 1971. He also worked as chief of the Bioenergetics Division of the U.S. Army at the Letterman Army Institute of Research, 1975-1976.

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Collection Scope and Content Summary

Personal papers of C. Frank Consolazio, biochemist nutritionist. Material includes: slides, reprints and subject files. The majority of the collection is made up of subject files pertaining to his wide range of interests. The largest group covers nutrition surveys of U.S. military related agencies including ICNND. The collection contains variety of visual materials about nutrition including: photographs, films, slides, negatives, and diagrams. Also the collection includes papers related to sports medicine, diet, and nutrition quackery, and it also contains C. Frank Consolazio's personal correspondence.

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Administrative Information

Notes about Access to this Collection

All collections are subject to applicable VUMC privacy and confidentiality policies. Collection specific restrictions: No Restrictions.

Reproduction Rights

Copyright is retained by Eskind Biomedical Library Special Collections.

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Subject Headings

Personal Name(s)

  • Consolazio, C. Frank

Medical Subject Headings (MeSH)

  • MeSH Nutrition Surveys
  • MeSH Nutrition--history
  • MeSH United States. Interdepartmental Committee on Nutrition for National Defense

Other Keywords - Digital Library Subjects

  • Nutrition

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Collection Inventory

SeriesDIAGRAMS  

Box Folder

Diagrams of Nutrition Experimentation (1 of 2)

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Diagrams of Nutrition Experimentation (2 of 2)

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Nutritional Study Data and Abstract (Qty.) 15

12 2

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SeriesFILM  

Box Folder

Medical Illustrations and Audio Visuals Activity, Experiments 2 (16mm films)

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SeriesFILM NEGATIVES  

Box Folder

Military Nutrition Testing

11 4

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SeriesLetters of Recomendation for Positions and Awards  

Box Folder

Recomendations for Positions, 1964-1977

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SeriesPERSONAL LETTERS  

Box Folder

Dr. Consolazio's Personal Correspondence

9 1

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SeriesPHOTOS  

Box Folder

Military Nutrition Testing Photos (1 of 12)

7 1

Military Nutrition Testing Photos (2 of 12)

7 2

Military Nutrition Testing Photos (3 of 12)

7 3

Military Nutrition Testing Photos (4 of 12)

7 4

Military Nutrition Testing Photos (5 of 12)

7 5

Military Nutrition Testing Photos (6 of 12)

7 6

Military Nutrition Testing Photos (7 of 12)

8 1

Military Nutrition Testing Photos (8 of 12)

8 2

Military Nutrition Testing Photos (9 of 12)

8 3

Military Nutrition Testing Photos (10 of 12)

8 4

Military Nutrition Testing Photos (11 of 12)

8 5

Military Nutrition Testing Photos (12 of 12)

8 6

Photo Sheets of Arctic Phase of Nutrition Study

9 2

Medical Photos : Profiles of Nutrition Study Participants (1 of 3)

9 3

Medical Photos : Profiles of Nutrition Study Participants (2 of 3)

9 4

Medical Photos : Profiles of Nutrition Study Participants (3 of 3)

9 5

Medical experiment photos (1 of 3)

9 6

Medical experiment photos (2 of 3)

9 7

Medical experiment photos (3 of 3)

9 8

Personal Photographs

9 9

Various Photographs concerning Dr. Consolazio's experimental research

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Las Vegas Meeting

11 5

Las Vegas Meeting

12 1

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SeriesSeries Name Undefined  

Box Folder

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SeriesSLIDE MOUNTS  

Box Folder

113 Mounts containing experimental information

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Box #2761 Slide Mounts with expeirmental data

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Series 01: Slides, Bioenergetics Division, 1950-58  

Box Folder

LAIR-USAMRNL Laboratory at Pike's Peak, Colorado.

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Performance in a hot, dry environment -- Yuma, Arizona.

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Performance in field -- measurement of energy metabolism using the K-M respirometers

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Performance in laboratory. Standardized work and the continuous oxygen uptake system.

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Measurement of residual lung volume used in measurement of body fat by volumetry.

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Measurement of pulmonary diffusion capacity using the carbon monoxide dilution technique.

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Measurement of body fat by volumetry or water displacement.

1 7

Radiometer -- micro technique for measuring pH, pC02, bicarbonate, etc.

1 8

Collection of sweat using the army bag technique.

1 9

Estimation of total food served in military dining halls

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Collection of plate waste -- military dining halls.

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Preparation of food composites -- military dining halls.

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Color slides taken on Formosa, Study 1955 - 1956

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Slides and Slide Plates - Fitzsimmons General Hospital, Denver, Colorado

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Taiwan and Vietnam

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Various slides showing field performance, food studies, and climate studies.

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Series 02: Files, Sports Medicine, Diet, Nutrition Quackery  

Box Folder

Photograph of C. Frank Consolazio, c1963. National Dairy Council expense statements, ticket invoices, curriculum vitae, and correspondence. Some letters are from Dusty Rhoades, Director of Nutrition Communications, National Dairy Council.

2 1

Miscellaneous papers, including: A. Two copies of Nutrition and the M.D., vol. 1, no.'s 10 and 12 (August and October, 1975). B. Newspaper clippings and article reprints on nutrition, diets, exercise, etc., mostly from National Enquirer-type publica

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Miscellaneous papers, including: A. Two copies of Nutrition and the M.D., vol. 1, no.'s 10 and 12 (August and October, 1975). B. Newspaper clippings and article reprints on nutrition, diets, exercise, etc., mostly from National Enquirer-type publications, 1971-76. C. Two nutrition booklets by the National Dairy Council: "It All Depends on You" (1974) and "A Source Book on Food Practices, with Emphasis on Children and Adolescents" (1975).

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Miscellaneous reprints, news clippings, papers, and personal items; some of these include: A. Typewritten reports on fad diets, [food?] allowances, etc. Charts on effects of long-term semi-starvation. B. Paper by Consolazio and others: "Nutrit

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Miscellaneous reprints, news clippings, papers, and personal items; some of these include: A. Typewritten reports on fad diets, [food?] allowances, etc. Charts on effects of long-term semi-starvation. B. Paper by Consolazio and others: "Nutrition and the Responses to Extreme Environments." Presented at FASEB conference in Anaheim, California, April, 1976. C. "Summary of Presentation on Nutrition, Fad Diets, Drugs in Relation to Work Capacity," by C.F. Consolazio. Two Copies. No date. D. List of those attending the Fifth Annual Food Writer's Conference (May 22-23, 1975). New Orleans. Louisiana. E. Copy of China News (Taiwan) for October 21, 1954. F. "Learn-a-Language" conversational Italian booklets. G. Press release on a talk given by Consolazio, 1971. H. Course outline for University of Colorado physical education class. 1970. I. Clipping from Modern Medicine (June 26, 1972).

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"Correspondence, etc." Letters relating to a paper written by Consolazio on nutrition, drugs, quackery, and athletic Performance. 1971.

2 4

"Data for National Dairy Council Talk." A. Typewritten manuscript--"Chapter XII: Body Weight Equalibrium." Attacks artificial and dangerous methods of controlling weight of athletes. B. Summary of data for above paper. Typewritten. C. Othe

2 5

"Drugs." Reprints, news items, etc. (1968-75) regarding the use of drugs in athletics.

2 6

"Endurance." Reprints, e.g. "Nutrition and Endurance," "The "Athletic Heart," "The Acute Effects of Food Intake on Energy Expenditure. .

2 7

"Exercise--Diets--Body Fluids." Reprints, e.g. "Diet, Exercise, and Endurance," "Exercise and Body Fluids," "Changes of Physical Fitness and Cardiovascular Functions with Age."

2 8

"Fads--Fallacies." Attacks on nutrition faddists (Adelle Davis, Carlton Fredericks) by Gilda Knight, managing editor, Nutrition Notes.

2 9

"Health." Clippings and reprints on food faddish, nutrition, sports medicine, etc. Includes article by Consolazio.

2 10

"Heat Stress." Includes: "Nutrient Requirements of Troops in Extreme Environments," by C. Frank Consolazio; paper on water deprivation and heat stress; heart rate and respiration under extreme temperatures; effects of heat and exercise; influence of

Scope and Contents note

"Heat Stress." Includes: "Nutrient Requirements of Troops in Extreme Environments," by C. Frank Consolazio; paper on water deprivation and heat stress; heart rate and respiration under extreme temperatures; effects of heat and exercise; influence of age and length of exposure to response to work in heat.

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"Meetings: France, Cho." Miscellaneous material, including: A. Notes for "Olympic article" in JAMA (July 12, 1976); in brown envelope. B. Letters from France regarding a nutrition symposium Consolazio attended (1970). C. Letter to Consolazio

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"Meetings: France, Cho." Miscellaneous material, including: A. Notes for "Olympic article" in JAMA (July 12, 1976); in brown envelope. B. Letters from France regarding a nutrition symposium Consolazio attended (1970). C. Letter to Consolazio from Dr. Marjorie Cho, asking him to speak at a workshop held at California Polytechnic State University (1976).

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"Minerals and Renal Failure." Reprints of articles relevant to sports and military medicine, including: cardiac response to exercise; "Mariposa, Salt, and Thirsting"; "Acute Exertional Rhabdomyolysis"; Gatorade advertisement.

2 13

"Vitamins." Clippings and reprints on facts and fallacies concerning vitamins. Titles include: "Super Energy Vitamin Slows the Aging Process!", "Large Doses of Vitamin A Cause Liver Damage," and "The Megavitamin Controversy."

2 14

"Nutrient Requirements of Sports Medicine." Various items include: A. Paper written for National Dairy Council, "Nutrition and Athletic Performance" (c1975). B. Joint FAO/WHO/OAU paper, "Nutrition and Working Efficiency (with Special Reference

Scope and Contents note

"Nutrient Requirements of Sports Medicine." Various items include: A. Paper written for National Dairy Council, "Nutrition and Athletic Performance" (c1975). B. Joint FAO/WHO/OAU paper, "Nutrition and Working Efficiency (with Special Reference to the Tropics)" (1968). C. Various reprints and clippings on sports medicine (the Olympics, sports medicine in the Soviet Union, misuse of drugs, etc.). D. "Metabolism during the Performance of Athletic Exercises and the Nutritional Requirements of Sportsmen," by N.N. Yakovlev (U.S.S.R., 1961). E. "Biochemistry of Sport in the Soviet Union," by N.N. Yakovlev" (1975). F. The Nutrition of the Athlete, by N. Jakovlev (Moscow, 1961). Typewritten manuscript. G. Copy of National Dairy Council Digest, vol. 46, no. 2 (March-April, 1975). H. "Nutrition and Physical Performance," by P.O. Astrand (1973).

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"Obesity vs. Nutrition." Reprints (occasionally with additional handwritten notes) include articles by George V. Mann, Frank Consolazio, and the Nutrition Foundation.

2 16

"Presentations at past meetings." Programs from various meeting, newspaper clippings, etc., 1954-73.

2 17

"Protein." Reprints on protein as it relates to nutrition, exercise, etc.

2 18

"[Title illegible] Aug. 3, 1976." Miscellanous booklets, tables, and statistics on food requirements, metabolism, athletic nutrition and trainings etc.

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"Quackery." Reprints of articles: "Forming a Group to Fight Quackery," "Quackery and Sports,"The politics of Health Nonsense.

2 20

"Steroids." Article reprints: growth hormones, androgens, and steroids and response to exercise, endurance, thyroid function, etc.

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"Notes for Book." Various reprints: "Pharmaceutical Conditioning for Sports Events," "Nutrition and Athletic Performance," "Coronary Heart Disease and Dietary Fibre," etc. Also newspaper clippings.

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"Strength." Reprints and articles on body-building and measurement of muscular strength.

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"Sweat." Tabular data and evaluations of the nutrient composition of human sweat; reprints on sweat; handwritten notes on iron analysis in sweat, etc.

2 24

"Vitamins--Smoking." Reprints: effects of smoking on vitamin C levels, other material on vitamin C and ascorbic acid.

2 25

"Water Deprivation." Articles and news clippings about the dangers of dehydration during exercise.

2 26

Various materials on nutrition quackery, vitamins, etc., including: A. Text of a talk and slide-show presentation on nutrition quackery. B. Paper: "Fad Diets." Typescript. C. Notes on "Body Dehydration and Performance." D. Text of talk and

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Various materials on nutrition quackery, vitamins, etc., including: A. Text of a talk and slide-show presentation on nutrition quackery. B. Paper: "Fad Diets." Typescript. C. Notes on "Body Dehydration and Performance." D. Text of talk and slide presentation on water-soluble vitamins. E. Handwritten notes on Water. F. Typescript: "Summary (Vitamins)." G. Typescript: "Advertisements and the Food and Drug Supplements." H. Various notes, references, and bibliography.

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Photocopy of Iron Deficiency and Muscular Work Performance, by H.T. Andersen and H. Barkve. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget, 1970.

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"Biochemical Aspects of Exercise, etc." Huge file folder of reprints on various topics.

2 29

Loose reprints on various subjects; copies of Nutrition Notes, Dairy Council Diqest, and other publications; handwritten notes, qraphs, etc.

2 30

Booklet by the Wheat Flour Institute entitled "Eat to Live," 1976.

2 31

American Heart Association Subcommittee of Dietitians and Nutritionists. Nutrition/Cardiovascular Reviews, 1970-71.

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American Heart Association Subcommittee of Dietitians and Nutritionists. Nutrition/Cardiovascular Reviews, 1972.

2 33

"Respiratory Water Loss--Studies." Climax altitude, humidity, etc., 1963-64. Also reprints and rough notes.

3 1

Miscellaneous reprints on sports medicine: potassium deficiency, exercise, etc., 1959-72. Also correspondence and critical notes relating to publication of C.F. Consolazio's manuscript "Nutrition, Drugs, and Athletic Performance" (1972).

3 2

"Radiochemical Analysis/Sweat." Reprints & tables, 1960's.

3 3

"Obesity, etc." Reprints, public health pamphlets, unpub lished papers, reports, and notes relating to obesity, heart disease, and diet.

3 4

Manuscript and notes for "Nutrition, Drugs, and Athletic Performance." Preface and chapters or subsections, with additional reprints and handwritten notes.

3 5

Reprints, news clipping, reports, and notes on various aspects of sports medicine: exercise, diet, drug abuse, effects of heat and cold, etc. Also correpondence con cerning the death of an athlete and on the illicit use of druqs (1971).

3 6

Huge folder of reprints and newspaper clippings on food fad dism, nutrition, and the usual aspects of sports medicine. Includes an article on Adelle Davis.

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"Nutrition and the Athlete." Similar file folder of reprints, advertisements, and notes. Includes material on the Olympics (including a letter on marathon running), a reprint of Jakovlev's Nutrition of the Athlete, and an article on the doctor who

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"Nutrition and the Athlete." Similar file folder of reprints, advertisements, and notes. Includes material on the Olympics (including a letter on marathon running), a reprint of Jakovlev's Nutrition of the Athlete, and an article on the doctor who invented Gatorade.

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"M[etabolic] R[ate] and Immersion." Reports on the metabolic effects of immersion in water as an experimental substitute for weightlessness during space flight, 1961-63.

3 9

"Hunger, U.S.A.--Natiotal Survey." Reports in Newsweek, AMA News, and newspapers of a national nutrition survey undertaken by the Citizens' Board of Inquiry, 1968.

3 10

"Sports Contribution: 1968 Olympics." Reprints on the usual topics in sports medicine: vitamin C, drugs, nutrition, etc., c1965-71. Also a few news clippings and letters.

3 11

"Average H[eigh]t & W[eigh]t--Americans." British and American governmental and military studies on average height and weight, 1912-68.

3 12

"History of Lab." History and facts concerning the U.S. Army Medical Research and Nutrition Laboratory, Denver, Colorado, 1965.

3 13

"Energy Expenditure--Environmental Temperature." Graphs relating voluntary caloric intake of North American troops to local mean temperature. Undated

3 14

"Heat Stress--Pittsburg." Reprints on heat acclimatisation, metabolic balance, and other aspects of heat stress in industry, in the Vietnam War, etc. Material dates from 1963-72

3 15

"Heat." Reprints, army reports, and notes relating to the effect of environmental conditions on physical activity. Most material dates from 1960's.

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"Energy Requirements Paper." Reprints: "Energy Expenditure of Soldiers Performing Combat Type Activities," "Energy Cost of Horizontal and Grade Walking on the Motor- Driven Treadmill," "Effect of Food, Climate, and Exercise on Rectal Temperature dur

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"Energy Requirements Paper." Reprints: "Energy Expenditure of Soldiers Performing Combat Type Activities," "Energy Cost of Horizontal and Grade Walking on the Motor- Driven Treadmill," "Effect of Food, Climate, and Exercise on Rectal Temperature during the Day," etc.

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Large numbers of unfiled reprints, reports, and other data.

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"Dehydration." Reprints and army reports on effects of dehydration during exercise.

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"Environmental Physiology." Reprints: "Influence of Climate and Geography and Health," "Heat Reactions of Bushmen," "The Arctic Soldier: Possible Research Solutions for His Protection."

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Series 03: Army Nutrition Research  

Box Folder

A. Reprints, diagrams, and photographs: "Haldane--Gas Analysis," army respiration devices, oxygen consumption charts, treadmills, "Renal Function during Exercise," etc. B. "Partial Progress Report on the Project 'The Development and Evaluation of

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A. Reprints, diagrams, and photographs: "Haldane--Gas Analysis," army respiration devices, oxygen consumption charts, treadmills, "Renal Function during Exercise," etc. B. "Partial Progress Report on the Project 'The Development and Evaluation of Measures to Reduce Food Waste Caused by Intestinal Disease."' University of North Carolina and Institute of Nutrition of Central America and Panama, 1975.

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U.S. Army reports, regulations, manuals, including in part: A. FM 31-24 Desert Operations (1964). B. "Medical Service Nutritional Standards" (1968, 1969). C. "Prevention of Heat Injury" (1966). D. "Use of Volunteers as Subjects of Research" (1

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U.S. Army reports, regulations, manuals, including in part: A. FM 31-24 Desert Operations (1964). B. "Medical Service Nutritional Standards" (1968, 1969). C. "Prevention of Heat Injury" (1966). D. "Use of Volunteers as Subjects of Research" (1974). E. "Community Relations" (1969). F. "Army Physical Fitness Program" (1965). G. "Nutritional Value and Characteristics of Operational Rations. . . ." (1971). H. "Department of Defense Food Research, Development, Testinq, and Engineering Program" (1974). I. Department of Defense Civilian Personel, chapter 8: A 11owances (1972). J. "Research and Development of Material: Management of U.S. Army Research and Development Laboratories or Activities" (1962). K. "Army Research, Development, and Acquisition" (1975). L. "Cold Injury" (1970). M. Personal forms, travel vouchers, command structures, etc. belonging to C.F. Consolazio.

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More army and other miscellaneous material, mostly relating to exercise and diet under different environmental conditions. Some duplicate those found in 2 above. Others: A. "Medical Problems of Man at High Terrestrial Elevations" farmv bulletin, 1

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More army and other miscellaneous material, mostly relating to exercise and diet under different environmental conditions. Some duplicate those found in 2 above. Others: A. "Medical Problems of Man at High Terrestrial Elevations" farmv bulletin, 1975). Also draft version dated 1969. B. "Africa Today" (Army Information Program Support Series, 1961). C. "Office Management: Safeguarding 'For Official Use Only' Information." (army regulation, 1969). D. "Division Operations--Mountain and Northern Regions" (U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, 1965. Two booklets; one includes account of successful Finnish operations against Russia in the winter war of 1939-40. E. "Circulatory Adjustments of Men in Hot Environments" (journal reprint, 1963). F. "Dehyrdration" (medical grand rounds, Parkland Memorial Hospital, 1974). G. "The Effect of Heat on Acclimatized and Unacclimatized Groups of Very Fit Men," Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, vol. 62, no. 11, Part 2 (Nov. 1969).

4 3

Blueprints, instruction and maintenance manual for an electronic wet bulb globe termperature index device, 1964.

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"Military History (Rations)." Tables ("U.S. Army Basic Dietary Standards," etc.) and text ("Intestinal Absorption Studies") for a book or manual, c1974.

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A. "Chapter 14. Cold Weather Training." Typescript; 2 copies, no date. B. Table: "Calories and Work Output in Steel Workers (Keller and Kraut, 1963). C. "Evaluation of the Need and Practical Capability of Conducting a Nutrition Survey of the R[

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A. "Chapter 14. Cold Weather Training." Typescript; 2 copies, no date. B. Table: "Calories and Work Output in Steel Workers (Keller and Kraut, 1963). C. "Evaluation of the Need and Practical Capability of Conducting a Nutrition Survey of the R[epublic of] V[iet] N[am]." Trip Report, U.S. Medical Research & Nutrition Laboratory (1972).

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Loose documents, manuals, etc., including, in part: A. "Army Research and Development Information System Program Planning and On- going Work Reporting" (1968). B. "14-Day U.S. Army Reserve Component Menu" (1978). C. "Master Menu for June 1976.

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Loose documents, manuals, etc., including, in part: A. "Army Research and Development Information System Program Planning and On- going Work Reporting" (1968). B. "14-Day U.S. Army Reserve Component Menu" (1978). C. "Master Menu for June 1976." Also "Recapitulation of Master Menu Issues for June 1976." D. Time magazine article: "Can Aging Be Cured?" (1973). E. Three reports to the Council on Foods and Nutrition: "Metabolism and Caloric Value of Alcohol" (1965); "Alcohol and Nutritional Diseases of the Nervous System" (1965);"Effect of Alcohol on the Liver" (1964). F. "Circulatory Adjustments in the Arid Zone" (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, 1962). G. Reprints: "Tolerance of Hot, Wet Environments by Resting Men" (1965); "Hypoxia and the Metabolic Response to Cold in New-Born Rabbits" (1964); "Energy Expenditure of Soldiers Performing Combat Type Activities" (1965). Many more. H. "Back-Packing the Davy Crockett Weapon System: Effect of Carrying Very Heavy Loads" (U.S. Army Natick Laboratories, 1965). I. "Functional Verification of the Apollo Urine Transport System" (Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, 1969). J. "Arthritis: The Search for the Elusive Trigger," C & EN (July 22, 1968). Reprint of feature article. K. "Influence of Lower Body Negative Pressure on the Level of Hydration during Bed Rest" (USAF School of Aerospace Medical Division, 1965). L. "Human Calorimetry by Means of the Gradient Principle" (Naval Medical Research Institute, 1957). M. "Equal Employment Opportunity Plan of Action" (Letterman Army Medical Center, 1974). N. Cajanus: Newsletter of the Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute, vol. VII, no. 1 (Feb. 1974). O. "Geographical Listing of the Members of the American Institute of Nutrition" (Dec. 1972 & Nov. 1973). P. Smithsonian Science Information Exchange, Inc. (2 copies, 1976). Reports of research projects. Q. Reprints: "Total Solids, Fat and Nitrogen in the Feces" (2 copies, 1946); "Comparison of Effects of Training on Vo2max in Girls and Young Women" (1973); "Protein Metabolism during Intensive Physical Training in the Young Adult," by C.F. Consolazio and others (1975). More. R. "Summary of Testimony by C. Frank Consolazio." Testimony on possible federal trade legislation on labeling of protein supplements, Nov. 1976. Also "Summary," a typescript on recommended dietary allowances signed by Consolazio (n.d).

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"Summary of Testimony by Dr. Arnold Schaefer, the Swansea Center for Nutrition, Omaha, Nebraska 68114." Typescript, with appendix. Also handwritten note (October 5, 1976) to C.F. Consolazio from "Jay" [Jay D. Gurmankin of Federal Trade Commission],

Scope and Contents note

"Summary of Testimony by Dr. Arnold Schaefer, the Swansea Center for Nutrition, Omaha, Nebraska 68114." Typescript, with appendix. Also handwritten note (October 5, 1976) to C.F. Consolazio from "Jay" [Jay D. Gurmankin of Federal Trade Commission], enclosed with testimony. See 7R above.

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A. Note from Jay Gurmankin to C. Frank Consolazio (August 30, 1976): encloses coach's survey and letter from Nevin Scrimshaw. B. Letter from Nevin Scrimshaw to Jay D. Gurmankin (August 24, 1976). C. "Summary of Testimony by D.M. Hegsted" on the p

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A. Note from Jay Gurmankin to C. Frank Consolazio (August 30, 1976): encloses coach's survey and letter from Nevin Scrimshaw. B. Letter from Nevin Scrimshaw to Jay D. Gurmankin (August 24, 1976). C. "Summary of Testimony by D.M. Hegsted" on the protein supplement labeling inquiry mentioned above. Typescript. D. Spaans, Linda N. "The Relationship between the Nutrient Recommendations Made by High School Coaches and the Current Health Conscious Culture." (M.A. thesis, CPSU, 1976).

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A. "Joe's comments on physical activity." Handwritten notes. B. Various reprints on protein use during exercise. C. Reprint from the Federal Register (September 5, 1975) on advertising and labeling of protein supplements. D. Report from Wilmer

4 10

Entire transcript of Dr. Vitale's testimony, with note from Jay Gurmankin to Frank Consolazio (undated).

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"Federal Trade Commission Hearinqs--Proteins Supplements." A. "Strengths and Weaknesses of the Committee Approach--An Analysis of Past and Present Recommended Dietary Allowances for Protein in Health and Disease," by Nevin S. Scrimshaw, 1975. Typ

Scope and Contents note

"Federal Trade Commission Hearinqs--Proteins Supplements." A. "Strengths and Weaknesses of the Committee Approach--An Analysis of Past and Present Recommended Dietary Allowances for Protein in Health and Disease," by Nevin S. Scrimshaw, 1975. Typescript. B. Handwritten notes and "callback" memorandum. C. "Physical Peformance and Some Biochemical Changes Related to Nutrition," by C. Frank Consolazio (1975). D. Reprints on effects of protein dietary supplements on muscular performance, protein requirements, food faddism, etc. E. Transcript of portion of the FTC hearings, pp. 1291-1353. F. Statement from Letterman research institute permitting Consolazio to testify at the FTC hearings, 1976. Also his letter requesting permission, applicable depositions, regulations, etc.

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Protein Supplement Health Hazards and Marketing Deceptions: A Staff Report to the Federal Trade Commission (August 8, 1975).

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Various reports, including: A. Development of New Techniques for the Assessment of Nutritional Status of Preqnant Women and Children: A Combined Physioloqic and Antrhropmetric Approach (Medical College of Wisconsin and Universidad del Valle, Colombia

Scope and Contents note

Various reports, including: A. Development of New Techniques for the Assessment of Nutritional Status of Preqnant Women and Children: A Combined Physioloqic and Antrhropmetric Approach (Medical College of Wisconsin and Universidad del Valle, Colombia, August, 1975). Also accompanying letter to Consolazio from Dr. G.B. Spurr of Wisconsin and handwritten notes on the report. B. "Annex to the Report of Review Team Evaluating Food Waste/Sanitation Cost-- Benefit Methodology Cost," submitted by Irwin H. Rosenberg, M.D. C. Two copies of Federal Trade Commission News (1975).

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Clinical and Subclinical Malnutrition: Their Influence on the Capacity to Do Work (Annual Progress Report to Agency for International Development by doctors at Wisconsin and Valle, Colombia, March, 1973).

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"Guatamala Contract--AID." A. "Design and Methodology for the Project on Food Waste/ Sanitation Cost Benefit Methodology." University of North Carolina and Institute of Nutrition of Central America (December 18, 1972). B. "The Development and

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"Guatamala." More Spanish-language public health booklets, handwritten notes, graphs, and reprints. Also typewritten report, "Guatamala Site Visit, 26-30 January 1975."

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"Guatamala 1976." Correspondence (1974-76), questionnaires, handwritten notes, and price lists.

4 18

"Data Management." Typescript.

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More Guatamala material: reprints, notes, graphs, and a letter.

4 20

"Guatamala--Fat Absorption, Digestibility." Correspondence, reprints, graphs, and report of the Guatamala site visit of 1975 (see 17 above).

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"Guatamala, 1974 January." State Department correspondence, notes, graphs, and tables; travel requests, leave authorizations, and baggage receipts for C.F. Consolazio; questionnaires, recommendations, etc.

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"Nutrient Requirements of the Adult Human (1 of 4)

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"Nutrient Requirements of the Adult Human (2 of 4)

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"Nutrient Requirements of the Adult Human (3 of 4)

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"Nutrient Requirements of the Adult Human (4 of 4)

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