What the digitization of the Northwestern Miller reveals about 1930's americana

The Northwestern Miller was a weekly American milling and grain industry magazine print from 1872 - 1973 that our current PhD research student Starlina Rose recently got the opportunity to digitise at the Mills Archive.

Starlina Rose at the archive
Starlina Rose at the archive

Starlina Rose and Elizabeth Bartram worked with volumes of bound issues of the The Northwestern Miller hosted at the Mills Archive. Within two weeks Starlina had digitised about 200 issues of the magazine, helping to bring into focus more about the topics and issues talked about at the the time. Starlina's objective for the project is that through it's digitisation that awareness will be raised about the magazines existence whilst serving as a vibrant, vital and underused resource for future researchers. 

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