University of Texas Arlington

Frankie Stewart Hansell Papers:

A Guide



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Hansell, Frankie Stewart, 1914-2000.
Title: Frankie Stewart Hansell Papers
Dates: 1912-1994
1934-1994
Abstract: The Frankie Stewart Hansell Papers reflect the personal and business relationships, travels and experiences of an independent, career-oriented woman in the mid-twentieth century. The collection also includes information on the day to day operations of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, and provides insights into nutritional teachings during this time period. Frankie Stewart Hansell, nutritionist, educator, world traveler and UTA alumna, was an educator and nutritionist for many years, until she joined the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) of the United Nations in 1962. Two years later she was promoted to FAO Regional Nutrition Director for Asia and the Far East, the first woman to be promoted to this level within the FAO. Collection materials include correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, books, publications, school notes, reports, and teaching materials that document Hansel's personal and professional activities.
Identification: AR380
Extent: 30 boxes (13.5 linear ft.)
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: Special Collections, The University of Texas at Arlington Library

Biographical Note

Frankie Mae Stewart Hansell, nutritionist, educator, and world-traveler, was born November 5, 1914, in Cooper, Texas. After her graduation from Cooper High School in 1932, she left her family farm to enter North Texas Agricultural College (now The University of Texas at Arlington), where she completed a two-year course of study and received two teaching certificates. In 1938, she earned a B. S. in Home Economics from North Texas State University (now The University of North Texas) and then received her M. S. in Home Economics from The University of Texas in 1942.

In the field of nutrition, Mrs. Hansell first worked as a Home Demonstration Agent for the USDA Agriculture Extension Service in Bexar County, Texas (1938). In New York City, she served as Executive Secretary for the New York City Food and Home Economics Commission, while also serving as a Nutritionist for the New York City Department of Health. In New York, Mrs. Hansell had her own daily radio program focusing on nutrition and helped to establish New York's first public health clinics (1942-1947). When her husband, John, was transferred to Washington, D. C., Mrs. Hansell went to work for the U. S. Public Health Service (1950-1951). From 1960 through 1962, she was the head of the Nutrition Division of the Prince George's County Health Department in Maryland.

Mrs. Hansell also served many years as a nutritionist/health educator outside the U. S. She first worked for USAID in the Philippines from 1951 until 1953. In 1962, Mrs. Hansell went to work for the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations. Her first assignment was in rural India. After two years, she was promoted to FAO Regional Nutrition Director for all of Asia and the Far East, posted in Bangkok, Thailand. Mrs. Hansell was the first woman to reach that level of authority in the FAO. In 1970, she was transferred to the FAO headquarters in Rome, where she was in charge of developing nutrition programs at the request of various governments.

Mrs. Hansell retired to Arlington, Texas in 1981, though she continued to work for the FAO on a consulting basis. She continued her travels during her retirement and became active in the UTA Alumni Association with many contributions and an endowed scholarship. In 1991, Mrs. Hansell was honored as an UTA Distinguished Alumni. She died in 2000 at the age of 85.


Scope and Contents

Papers contain correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, books, publications, school notes, reports, and teaching materials. Materials document both the personal life of Frankie Stewart Hansell and her professional career as an educator and nutritionist.

The first series, Biographical Information, includes a biographical sketch, curriculum vitae, passports, personal writings, legal documents and personal mementos. The second series is Education, which consists of notes, transcripts, teaching certificates and Mrs. Hansell's Master's degree thesis. The third series is Correspondence, which is physically a large part of the collection. It includes correspondence from family, close friends and business associates. This series also includes correspondence written by Mrs. Hansell to family and friends. Correspondence dates range from the late 1930s, to 1994 in the form of letters and cards. The fourth series is Career, which includes materials from her early career and her career with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). FAO materials make up the bulk of this series and a large part of the collection as a whole. It includes correspondence, interoffice communications, pamphlets, reports, reading/teaching materials and newspaper clippings. The fifth series, Photographs, consists of photographs from approximately 1912 to 1991. The photographs are primarily of family, friends and Mrs. Hansell's travels for business or pleasure. The sixth series is Books and Publications. It consists of FAO books and publications, as well as other such items relating to Mrs. Hansell's interest in nutrition.


Organization

The collection consist of 371 folders and 41 additional items in 30 boxes. The are arranged in 6 series, some of which are divided into subseries:
Series I. Biographical Information, 1947-1992 (11 folders)
Series II. Education, 1931-1958 (8 folders)
Series III. Personal Correspondence, 1958-1994 (109 folders)
- Subseries A. Correspondence Received, 1958-1994 (72 folders)
- Subseries B. Received from groups, as arranged by Mrs. Hansell (12 folders)
- Subseries C. Correspondence sent, 1959-1972 (23 folders)
- Sub-series D. Correspondence from others to others (2 folders)
Series IV. Career, 1938-1993 (139 folders)
- Subseries A. Non-FAO, 1938-1962 (14 folders)
- Subseries B. FAO, 1960-1993 (125 folders)
Series V. Photographs, 1905-1990s (89 folders)
- Subseries A. As arranged by Mrs. Hansell (18 folders)
- Subseries B. Photographs removed from albums (7 folders)
- Subseries C. Photographs of family and friends as arranged by Mrs. Hansell, approximately 1905-1990s (11 folders)
- Subseries D. Career and travel photographs, 1937-1947 (53 folders)
Series VI. Books, Publications, and Oversize Materials, 1915-1986 (4 boxes)

Restrictions

Access

Open for research.


Index Terms

These materials are indexed under the following headings in the catalog of The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Persons
Hansell, Frankie Stewart, 1914-2000--Archives.
Organizations
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations--Records and correspondence.
University of Texas at Arlington--Alumni and alumnae--Biography--Sources.
Subjects
Women nutritionists--United States--History--Sources.
Alternate Titles
Historical Manuscripts Collection

Administrative Information

Provenance

Gift of Frankie Stewart Hansell,1994-1995.

Citation

Frankie Stewart Hansell Papers, AR380, Box Number, Folder Number, Special Collections, The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries.

Processing Information

Within the collection, if an original order existed, it was maintained. Groups in Series III were as Mrs. Hansell organized them, she also provided details for certain people in this series. In Series IV are Mrs. Hansell own personal FAO files as well as rescued official office files which were normally purged over time. In Series V, the bulk of the photographs were arranged by Mrs. Hansell into chronological groups for which she provided explanations for some; the explanations were photocopied onto acid-free paper and included after the corresponding photograph or group of photographs. Newspaper clippings were photocopied onto acid-free paper, and the originals were returned to Mrs. Hansell. Duplicates were also returned, as were books and publications that were not related to nutrition.


Administrative Information

Grant Support

The retrospective updating and conversion of this finding aid was supported with funds from the National Historical Publications & Records Commission (NHPRC) for the Special Collections "Documenting Democracy: Access to Historical Records" project, 2014-2015.


Note to the Researcher

Some documents are on thin, fragile paper and should be handled carefully. Some items may not appear to be in chronological order, but they remain in original FAO file organization. Other FAO papers may appear to be out of chronological order because they had been grouped together under a cover-letter or routing slip.

Books and slides added after the finding aid was completed were placed in Boxes 27 to 29 at the end of the collection. These items were not included in the series or scope and content notes descriptions. Oversize items noted as removed from the collection were placed in Oversize Box 304. The contents of Boxes 27 to 29 and Oversize Box 304 are described beginning on page 25 of the container list.


Container List

Series I. Biographical Information, 1947-1992

Box Folder
1 1 Curriculum vitae, biographical sketches, involvement with the UTA Alumni Association, 1988-1992.
2 Passports, identification papers, vaccination records, 1958-1982.
3 United Nations passports, 1962-1973.
4 Identification papers, vaccination records, 1947-1983.
5 Personal writings, diary, 1947-1954.
6 Family records, confirmation records, high school reunion information, 1921-1970.
7 Legal documents, deeds, 1964-1992.
8 Personal mementos, 1948-1979.
9 Playbills, menus, personal mementos, 1951-1979.
10 High school reunion articles, yearbooks (removed), diplomas (removed), 1933-1988.
(see OS box 304 for removed items)
11 Newspaper and magazine clippings Mrs. Hansell had collected.
Includes articles about or mentioning Mrs. Hansell, articles she wrote, articles about friends, and articles about the Food and Agriculture Organization, 1951-1979.



Series II. Education, 1931-1958

Box Folder
1 12 High-school shorthand notebook, 1931.
13 North Texas Agricultural College notebook for Art 301, Teaching Certificates, 1934-1942.
Box Folder
2 1 North Texas State Teacher's College degree plan, grade transcript, notes, 1935-1941.
2 University of Texas notes, 1938-1941.
3 University of Texas notes, grade transcripts, 1940.
4 University of Texas M. A. thesis, "Money Contributions Made to Family Income by Bexar County Home Demonstration Club Women and the Influence of These Contributions Upon the Homes," 1942.
5 Highlands University, Las Vegas, New Mexico, grade transcript, notes, 1954.
6 Highlands University notes. El Camino College certificate. Loyola University, Los Angeles, California, notes, 1956-1958.



Series III. Personal Correspondence, 1958-1994

Sub-series A. Correspondence received, 1958-1994
Box Folder
2 7 A
8-11 B
Box Folder
3 1 B
1 Bennett, Nina- served as a short term consultant to the FAO, 1979-1992.
1 Beye, Lola- wife of Dr. Henry Beye, who worked with Mrs. Hansell in the Philippines, 1965-1975.
1 Boire, Irene- joined the FAO in the early days; held seminars in Russia.
1 Brookson, Sheila- husband was a colleague of Mrs. Hansell's in Rome.
1 Budlovsky, George and Gabriella- he was a FAO nutritionist in Cambodia, 1982-1984.
1 Budlovsky, Zdenek and Nadja- George's brother.
1 Bunnell, Jim- served on the FAO Country Perspective Team for Nepal and Bangladesh with Mrs. Hansell.
2-7 C
2-7 Carpenter, Neal- an American with FAO in Rome.
2-7 Curtain, John and Leticia- attorney and M. D., respectively, 1979-1993.
8-9 D
8-9 Day, Cedric- British administrator in the FAO, 1980.
8-9 Dessolis, Mark- Italian administrator in the FAO; Mrs. Hansell vacationed at her family's home in Sardinia, 1989.
8-9 Doss, Halim, M. D.- gave Mrs. Hansell three cloth fragments from Egyptian tombs, which she gave to the Fort Worth Museum of Natural Science and History.
8-9 Duran, Frank- former student in Los Alamos.
Box Folder
4 1-2 E
1-2 Eastwood, Gertrude- American, held a two-year nutrition post in Thailand, 1983.
1-2 Ebbs, Jane- American, served in WWII as an Army dietician, then for the FAO in Rome, 1983-1989.
3-5 F
3-5 Fairchild, Bill- FAO administrator, 1981.
3-5 Fong, Anthony and Moi Lin- he was a colleague of Mrs. Hansell's in Rome, 1982-1992.
3-5 Fredrickson, Caroline- in Fiji, New Guinea and Swaziland for the FAO, 1982-1993.
6 G
6 Gade, Anna Marie, M. D.- Danish pediatrician, WHO Regional Officer for Southeast Asia.
6 Ganzin, M. D.- FAO Director of Nutrition Division.
6 Glazer, Seymour- Foreign Service Officer, neighbor in Manilla, 1958-1993.
6 Gratch, Haim- Israeli working in Ceylon.
7-8 H
7-8 Hamilton, Coradel- American, Chief of Home Economics for FAO in Rome, 1981-1986.
7-8 Hendry, Peter- was an editor for FAO publications.
7-8 Harris, Linda- a recipient of a scholarship from the fund Mrs. Hansell established with the UTA Alumni Association.
9 I
10-11 J
Box Folder
5 1 J
2-3 K
2-3 Keyes, Annie Lourie, M. D.- took over Mrs. Hansell's post in the Philippines.
2-3 Khanom, Hamide, M. D.- was the head of the Home Economics Department at the University of Dacca.
4-5 L
4-5 Lambert, Lotte- a colleague in Rome, 1986-1993.
4-5 Lyon, John- met in Los Alamos; Laurel Lyon is his daughter, 1991-1992.
6-9 M
Box Folder
6 1 M
1 MacIntosh, Ruth- Canadian, worked for FAO in Ceylon and India, 1982-1984.
1 McDivitt, Maxine- worked in India for the FAO, 1985-1986.
1 McNaughton, Jean- member of the nutrition division at FAO headquarters.
1 Marin, Ludmilla, M. D.- service chief for the FAO in Rome, 1982-1983.
1 Mudge, Gertrude Gates- chief of the Nutrition Division for the New York City Department of Health, 1968-1984.
2-5 N
2-5 Nicol, Bruce and Mary- he was the Deputy Director of the FAO Nutrition Division.
2-5 Nutcharas, Uthaiwan- Mrs. Hansell got her a scholarship to study English in the U. S. for a year.
6-7 O
6-7 Olson, Elsie Pries- attended NTAC with Mrs. Hansell in 1932, 1981-1991.
6-7 Oliver, Ellene Stanley- Mrs. Hansell lived with her parents in Cooper so she could complete her senior year of high school; they took classes together, 1982-1994.
8-9 P
Box Folder
7 1-4 P
1-4 Pickett, Dr. William- "…was a fine person and a good friend--but marriage was the furthest subject from my mind." FSH
1-4 Powell, Elfrida- an editor for FAO, 1982-1989.
1-4 Proja-Ronchi, Francesca- Italian, medical nutritionist for FAO in Rome, 1982-1993.
1-4 Purvis, Babara- British, worked for the FAO in India, Malaysia and Rome, 1980-1994.
5-6 R
5-6 Rhodes, Kay- acted as a short term consultant for the FAO, 1982-1985.
5-6 Roark, Stella Mae- attended NTAC with Mrs. Hansell, 1986.
5-6 Rosier, Mary- attended NTAC with Mrs. Hansell and also taught at Webb; were roommates when they both attended NTSTC.
7-12 S
Box Folder
8 1-7 S
1-7 Savat, Yvonne Anderson- Belgian, Administrative Assistant to the Director General of the FAO, 1982-1992.
1-7 Soloman, Dr. Oarwin- sociologist for FAO in Rome, 1974-1993.
1-7 Soutar, Kay- Welsh, worked for FAO in Rome, 1982-1989.
8-11 T
8-11 Taylor, Dr. Clara May- Mrs. Hansell's professor at Columbia University.
8-11 Tim, Thab- Mrs. Hansell's secretary in Bangkok, 1965.
8-11 Thompson, Shirley- editor for FAO.
8-11 Tucker, Terry- a former student at Los Alamos.
12 V
13 W
Box Folder
9 1-2 W
1-2 Wall, Betty Yarborough- worked for FAO in Indonesia, 1989-1992.
1-2 Wray, Julia- current neighbor, 1981-1990.
1-2 Wherritt, Eleanore and Charles- neighbors from Los Alamos, 1973-1993.
3 Y
4 Unsigned or unreadable signatures. Album of cards (removed).
(see Oversize Box 304 for removed item)
Sub-series B. Received from groups, as arranged by Mrs. Hansell
Box Folder
9 5-8 UTA Alumni Association
9 Artists
9 Park, W. H.- "The Listeners."
9 Park, Thelma- "Colorado Haying."
9 Mameli, Vito- several paintings.
9 Simansky, Luba- never had a painting lesson.
10-15 Medical Students
10-15 New Yorkers in Rome for medical school; lived in the apartment next to Mrs. Hansell.
10-15 Keith Festa, John Romanelli (Big John), Tony Tesoriero (Tony T.), Tony Basciano (Big Tony), and "Little John."
16 Rolling Hills Garden Club
Sub-series C. Correspondence sent, 1959-1972
Box Folder
10 1-2 Alphabetically arranged by last name of recipient.
If no last name is given, arranged by first name.
3-6 Jim Morgan, 1959-1976.
7 Thelma and Weldon Nix, 1959-1969.
8 Lillian Raxten, 1/29/59-1/4/60.
9 Lillian Raxten, 2/11/60-4/4/60.
10 Lillian Raxten, 4/5/60-8/3/60.
11 Lillian Raxten, 8/10/60-11/24/60.
12 Lillian Raxten, 1/9/61-5/19/61.
13 Lillian Raxten, 6/16/61-5/22/62.
14 Lillian Raxten, 8/5/62-9/15/67.
15 Lillian Raxten, 9/30/67-7/17/74.
16 Lillian Raxten, 1/13/75-8/2/79.
17 Lillian Raxten, 8/9/79-11/11/79, and undated.
Box Folder
11 1 Erskine Stewart, 1/25/51-3/21/55.
1 Mrs. Hansell's father.
2 Erskine Stewart, 3/28/55-8/22/56.
3 Erskine Stewart, 2/4/57-12/4/58.
4 Erskine Stewart, 6/10/60-2/13/70.
5 Erskine Stewart, 3/2/70-4/27/71.
6 Erskine Stewart, 7/22/71-4/14/72, and undated.
Sub-series D. Correspondence from others (not Mrs. Hansell) to others (not Mrs. Hansell)
Box Folder
11 7-8 Correspondence from others to others



Series IV. Career, 1938-1993

Sub-series A. Non-FAO, 1938-1962
Box Folder
11 9 Bexar County Assistant Home Demonstration Agent, August 1938 - May 1939.
Includes newspaper clippings and home economic pamphlets.
10 New York City, 1942-1947
Includes correspondence, nutrition-related reading material from the period Mrs. Hansell was a Nutritionist with the New York City Department of Health.
11 New York City, reading and teaching materials.
12 New York City, newsletter "Keeping Posted" from New York City Food and Nutrition Program.
Box Folder
12 1 Washington, D. C., 1950-1951
Includes personnel records, pamphlets and works she wrote while a Nutritionist for the U. S. Public Health Service.
2 Philippines, 1951-1953
Includes personnel records, meeting minutes and reports from the period Mrs. Hansell served as a Health Education Specialist.
3 Philippines, reports.
4 Philippines, correspondence, reports, programs and newspaper clippings.
5 Philippines, correspondence, reports, reading material.
6 Philippines, reading file.
7 Philippines, reading file.
8 Los Alamos, New Mexico, 1954-1956
8 El Segundo, California, 1956-1958
Includes personnel records from both locations.
9 Maryland, 1960-1962
Correspondence, speeches, reports.
10 Maryland
Speeches, reports, publications.
Sub-series B. FAO, 1960-1993
Box Folder
12 11 General information on the FAO, 1985-1993
Pamphlets on the FAO, "Friends of the FAO" newsletter.
12 List of Members, December 1985.
Box Folder
13 1 FAO Directory, April 1979.
2 Personnel records with the FAO, May 2, 1961 - July 13, 1979.
3 Household records while overseas for the FAO, September 25, 1963 - July 10, 1964.
4 Household records, August 9, 1964 - September 26, 1968.
5 Household records, December 4, 1968 - March 12, 1970.
6 Shipping and moving invoices, July 5, 1977 - May 9, 1978.
7 FAO travel documents, November 24, 1967 - September 3, 1969.
8 Continuing education through the FAO, November 1964 - July 20, 1970.
9 Teaching materials.
10 Teaching materials.
Box Folder
14 1 Teaching materials.
2 Correspondence with Jacquline Mondot regarding the FAO, May 28, 1968-April 16, 1969.
Mondot occupied a nine month post that Hansell established. She assisted the nutrition aspects of FAO education projects in six countries of Asia and the Far East.
3 Correspondence and involvement with the FAO after retirement, 1985-1993.
4 Personal FAO files, September 22, 1960 - December 23, 1966.
5 Personal FAO files, January 3, 1967 - December 28, 1967.
6 Personal FAO files, January 5, 1968 - December 19, 1968.
7 Personal FAO files, January 2, 1969 - August 8, 1973.
8 Personal FAO files, April 19, 1974 - May 18, 1979.
9 Personal FAO files, not dated.
10 Personal FAO files, not dated.
11 Personal FAO files, March 28, 1967 - November 5, 1968.
Information on Cambodia.
12 Personal FAO files, June 2, 1966 - July 2, 1968.
Information on Ceylon.
13 Personal FAO files, March 10, 1965 - March 1968.
Information on East Pakistan.
14 Personal FAO files, March 11, 1965 - October 22, 1973.
Information on Hong Kong.
15 Personal FAO files, January 1, 1963 - December 10, 1966.
Information on India.
Box Folder
15 1-2 Personal FAO files, December 1960 - November 1977, n. d.
Information on Indonesia.
3 Personal FAO files, May 4, 1966 - March 4, 1968.
Information on Laos.
4 Personal FAO files, June 11, 1963 - March 1978.
Information on Nepal.
5 Personal FAO files, October 29, 1965 - December 1969.
Information on South Korea.
6 Personal FAO files, June 5, 1964 - July 8, 1969.
Information on the Philippines.
7 Personal FAO files, March 29, 1963 - April 1960.
Information on Thailand.
8 Personal FAO files, May 30, 1966 - April 244, 1970.
Information on Thailand.
9 FAO office files, August 30, 1963 - March 19, 1964.
10 FAO office files, April 1, 1964.
11 FAO office files, April 5, 1964 - June 5, 1964.
12 FAO office files, July 21, 1964 - May 4, 1965.
13 FAO office files, June 6, 1965 - June 22, 1965.
14 FAO office files, June 28, 1965 - March 10, 1966.
Box Folder
16 1 FAO office files, March 16, 1966 - April 20, 1966.
2 FAO office files, May 3, 1966 - June 7, 1966.
3 FAO office files, May 5, 1967 - October 10, 1967.
4 FAO office files, October 17, 1967 - December 6, 1967.
5 FAO office files, December 7, 1967 - December 29, 1967.
6 FAO office files, January 2, 1968 - February 15, 1968.
7 FAO office files, February 21, 1968 - March 15, 1968.
8 FAO office files, March 25, 1968 - April 12, 1968.
9 FAO office files, April 15, 1968 - June 13, 1968.
10 FAO office files, June 17, 1968 - August 7, 1968.
11 FAO office files, July 31, 1968 - October 16, 1968.
12 FAO office files, November 13, 1968 - January 7, 1969.
13 FAO office files, January 8, 1969 - January 16, 1969.
14 FAO office files, January 17, 1969 - February 14, 1969.
15 FAO office files, February 15, 1969 - February 28, 1969.
Box Folder
17 1 FAO office files, March 4, 1969 - March 31, 1969.
2 FAO office files, July 17, 1969 - August 26, 1969.
3 FAO office files, August 26, 1969 - September 16, 1969.
4 FAO office files, September 16, 1969-October 9, 1969.
5 FAO office files, October 19, 1969-November 7, 1969.
6 FAO office files, November 14, 1969-December 2, 1969.
7 FAO office files, December 2, 1969 - December 4, 1969.
8 FAO office files, December 8, 1969 - December 29, 1969.
9 FAO office files, January 3, 1970 - January 13, 1970.
10 FAO office files, January 14, 1970 - February 4, 1970.
11 FAO office files, February 6, 1970 - February 18, 1970.
12 FAO office files, February 19, 1970 - March 3, 1970.
13 FAO office files, March 5, 1970 - March 24, 1970.
Box Folder
18 1 FAO office files, March 25, 1970 - April 3, 1970.
2 FAO office files, April 6, 1970 - April 22, 1970.
3 FAO office files, April 23, 1970 - May 29, 1970.
4 FAO office files, May 29, 1970 - June 9, 1970.
5 FAO office files, June 15, 1970 - June 30, 1970.
6 FAO office files, July 2, 1970 - July 10, 1970.
7 FAO office files, July 10, 1970 - July 30, 1970.
8 FAO office files, August 3, 1970 - August 11, 1970.
9 FAO office files, August 11, 1970 - August 13, 1970.
10 FAO office files, August 14, 1970 - October 2, 1970.
11 FAO office files, October 29, 1970 - October 30, 1970.
12 FAO office files, May 4, 1971 - May 5, 1971.
13 FAO office files, June 3, 1971 - July 2, 1971.
14 FAO office files, July 6, 1971 - May 5, 1971.
15 FAO office files, August 7, 1971.
Box Folder
19 1 FAO office files, August 10, 1971 - August 26, 1971.
2 FAO office files, September 1, 1971.
3 FAO office files, September 2, 1971 - September 20, 1971.
4 FAO office files, September 21, 1971.
5 FAO office files, October 25, 1971 - November 5, 1971.
6 FAO office files, November 6, 1971 - December 6, 1971.
7 FAO office files, December 6, 1971 - December 21, 1971.
8 FAO office files, December 23, 1971 - January 20, 1972.
9 FAO office files, January 20, 1972 - January 28, 1972.
10 FAO office files, February 3, 1972 - July 12, 1972.
11 FAO office files, July 21, 1972.
12 FAO office files, September 5, 1972 - November 23, 1972.
13 FAO office files, November 24, 1972 - February 6, 1973.
14 FAO office files, February 7, 1973 - March 29, 1973.
15 Reports by Frankie Stewart Hansell, 1963.
16 Reports by Frankie Stewart Hansell, November 6, 1967 - February 16, 1977.
17 Reports by Frankie Stewart Hansell, September 19, 1977 - July 30, 1980.
Box Folder
20 1 "Analysis of Responses to FAO's Guidelines for Integration of Women in Agricultural and Rural Development with Suggested Plan of Action," March 1978,
report. Pages 1-61.
2 "Analysis,"
continued. Pages 62-119.
3 "Analysis,"
continued. Pp 120-186.
4 "Analysis,"
continued. Pp 187-237.
5 "Review and Analysis of FAO Programme (1975-79) Integration of Women in Rural Development and Policies and Future Programme Trends (1980-85), report.
5 "Asia and the Far East," August 1979.
6 "Review,"
continued.
6 "Africa Region," 1979.
7 "Review,"
continued.
7 "Region of the Near East," 1979.
8 "Review,"
continued.
8 "Latin America," August 1979.
8 "Global," July 1979.
9 Documents on the Integration of Women in World Development, May 28, 1975 - December 19, 1977.
10 "An Inventory of FAO Activities as Related to Women," February 1977.
11 Various Reports on the Role of Women in Rural Development, 1973-December 1976.
12 Various, FAO reports, May 1959 - October 28, 1965.
Box Folder
21 1 Various FAO reports, April 1, 1969 - August 3, 1971.
2 Various FAO reports, January 1972 - March 1974.
3 Various FAO reports, November 1974 - October 1975.
4 Various FAO reports, May 1976 - March 1977.
5 Various, FAO reports, July 1977 - July 1978.
6 Various, FAO reports, August 1979 - December 7, 1979.
7 Various FAO reports, April 19, 1980 - undated
8 Reports and reading material.
9 Reports and reading material.
10 Non-FAO reports.
10 "Czech and Slovak Food Patterns."
11 Non-FAO reports.
11 "Pakistan: A Case Study," November 3, 1974,
Pages 1-50.
12 "Pakistan,"
continued, pp 51-116.



Series V. Photographs, 1905-1990s

Sub-series A. As arranged by Mrs. Hansell,
Box Folder
21 13-14 Early family photographs.
Box Folder
22 1-14 Early family photographs.
Box Folder
23 1-2 Early family photographs.
Sub-series B. Photographs removed from albums
Box Folder
23 3 India album, 1963.
4-5 Somoa and miscellaneous album.
6-9 Rome and miscellaneous album.
Sub-series C. Photographs of family and friends as arranged by Mrs. Hansell, 1905-1990s
Box Folder
23 10 Early family photographs, approximately 1905-1950s.
11 Family photographs, approximately late 1940s-1987.
12 Thelma Nix family and Eldon Stewart family photographs, late 1980s.
13 Photographs taken since Mrs. Hansell's retirement, mid-to-late 1980s
14 Photographs of Mrs. Hansell's visit to Rome, Summer 1985.
Box Folder
24 1 Photographs taken since Mrs. Hansell's retirement, late 1980s - early 1990s.
2 Photographs taken during visits to Brownsville, Texas, 1992.
3 Photographs of Mrs. Hansell and her former husband, John, which had not been chronologically arranged by Mrs. Hansell.
4-6 Photographs of friends, arranged alphabetically by last name and then chronologically.
Sub-series D. Career and travel photographs, 1934-1962, organized by location, 1937-1947
(Also see slides, Boxes 28-29)
Box Folder
24 7 Webb, Texas, and New York City, 1934-1947.
8 Brazil, 1947-1948.
9 The Philippines, 1951-1953.
North General Hospital, Manilla.
10 The Philippines, meetings with government officials.
11 The Philippines, malarial control series, schistosomiasis control series.
12 The Philippines, rural health centers.
13 Maryland, India and Bangkok, approximately 1960-1969
Includes miscellaneous and unidentified.
14-15 FAO/WHO Nutrition Training Course Album, November 3 - December 14, 1964.
16 Negatives.
Box Folder
28 1 Slide index.
2 Brazil, 1947-1950
3 California, Los Francos Woods house, 1951
4 Philippines, En route, 1951
5 Philippines, Manila House, 1951-1953
6-12 Philippines, 1951-1953
13 Hong Kong, 1951-1953
14 Macao, 1951-1953
15 Trip: California to D.C., 1953
16 Washington, D.C. environs, 1953-1954
17 New Mexico, 1954-1956
18 California (Manhattan Beach), 1956-1959
19 Mexico, 1958
20 San Francisco - Spain, 1959
21 Spain, 1959
22 France, 1959
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29 1 Germany, 1959
2 Italy, 1959; 1969-1982
3 Portugal, Belgium, 1959
4 London; Switzerland, El Salvador, 1958
5 Morocco
6 Thailand, my house, 1963-1969
7-8 Thailand (General), 1952-1969; Bangladesh
9 South Korea, 1963-1969
10 India, 1966; Indonesia, 1967
11 South Pacific (West Samoa, Fiji, Australia), 1967
12-13 Cambodia, Ankor Wat, 1968
14 Cambodia, Phnom Penh; Battambang, 1968
15 Nepal, 1970
16 Romania, 1972
17 Egypt, 1972
18 Sardegna, Italy, 1976
19 Kenya, 1976
20 Tanzania, 1977
21 Assorted dates and subjects



Series VI. Books, Publications, and Oversize Materials, 1915-1986

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25 Barghouti, Shawki M. Reaching Rural Families in East Africa. FAO: Nairobi, 1973.
Berger, Gennifer and Eric R. Krystall. Programmes for Better Family Living: Kenya. FAO: Kenya, 1979.
FAO, The First Forty Years, 1945-1985. FAO: Rome, 1985.
Food and Nutrition Education in the Primary School. FAO: Rome, 1971.
Family Resources Management and Consumer Education. FAO: Rome, 1973.
Keister, Mary Elizabeth. Child Care. FAO: Rome, 1967.
Mondot, J. M. Aliments et Alimentation. FAO: Rome, n. d.
Planning Family Resources for Rural Development. FAO: Rome, 1972.
Pre-professional Home Economics Training for Rural Development. FAO: Rome, 1982.
Report on FAO/UNDP Asia and the Far East Seminar on Strengthening Family Life. FAO: Rome 1972.
Tanzanian Food with Traditional and New Recipes. FAO: Rome, 1973.
Training Home Economists for Rural Development. FAO: Rome, 1978.
Un tara, un poisson, une papaye. FAO: Rome, 1975.
World Food Report 1985. FAO: Rome, 1985.
Consolidated Report of the Philippine Department of Health Mutual Security Agency Reconnaissance Survey of Health Conditions in Mindanao. April-June 1952.
de Vajda, Andrew. Adventure, altruism, achievements: (Andrew de Vajda: The Story of My Life 1893-1981). C. Bonte-Friedheim: Rome, 1983.
Dhanagom, Daviras and Wattana Pratoomsindh. More Food and Better Nutrition for the Rural Poor. Prince of Songkhla University: Pattini, Thailand, n. d.
Field, C. Elaine. Core of Mother and Baby. MacMillan and Co., Ltd.: London, 1957
Gankhi, M. K. Diet and Diet Reform. Navajivan Press: Ahmedabad, 1949.
Jog, Leela. Of Gadgets and Gourmets. Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan: Bombay, 1961.
Kamath, M. G., ed. Extension Education in Community Development. Glasgow Printing Co. : Calcutta, 1961.
Morrison, Hedda. Sarawak. Donald Moore Gallery: Singapore, 1965.
Nasset, Edmund Sigurd. Your Diet, Digestion and Health. Barnes and Noble, Inc.: 1958.
Report of the Third Triennial Southeast Asian Regional Conference and Seminar. Sarawak Press, Ltd.: Kushing, 1964.
Simpson, I. A., ed. Applied Nutrition in Malaya. Cayton Press: Kauala Lumpur, 1957.
Third Far East Symposium on Nutrition, Manilla, Philippines, February 14-21, 1967. The Republic of Philippines and the United States of America National Institute of Health Office of International Research Nutrition Section: Bethesda, Maryland, 1967.
Young, John R. An Experimental Inquiry into the Principles of Nutrition and the Digestive Process. University of Illinois Press: Urbana, 1959.
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26 1-5 Various Instructional Manuals.
Topics include sewing, food preservation and preparation, furnishings and labor saving ideas.
6 FAO publications on agriculture, 1969-1980.
7 FAO publications on village, children, and women, 1974-1980.
8 FAO publications on food and nutrition, 1986 - undated
9 FAO publications on educational seminars, 1966-1967.
10 FAO publications on general topics, 1975-1983.
11 Various on information on the Third World, 1952-1986.
12 Food and nutrition, 1960-1978.
13 Children and nutrition, 1954-1964.
14 Education and nutrition, 1953-1966.
15 Women, 1964-1981.
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27 Books Inscribed to Hansell
Austen, Jane. Pride and Prejudice. London: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1915.
(To Frankie from Dr. Pete)
Jamshidipur, Y., ed. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. Tehran: 1964.
(From Donald J. Kennedy, 1966)
Markham, Beryl. West with the Night. San Francisco: North Point Press, 1983.
(From Melody, 1987)
Sun Yat-sen. San Min Chu I : The Three Principles of the People. Taiwan: China Publishing Co., 19--?
(From Filipino-Chinese Cultural Foundation, Tsai Chi-Kun)
Fridel, Frank. American in the Twentieth Century. New York: Alfred A Knopf, 1960.
(Signed by author)
Souvenir, Class 1952. Philippines: Zamboanga General Hospital Training School for Nurses, 1953.
Gente e Terra do Brasil. Rio de Janeiro: Erich Eichner & Cia., 194-?
(To Frankie and John from Bill Byrne)
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OS304 Photograph, Farmer's Short Course, Texas A&M, 1930.
Diploma, Cooper High School, Cooper, Texas, 1932.
Diploma, North Texas Agricultural College, Arlington, Associate of Science, 1934.
Diploma, North Texas State Teacher's College, Denton, Bachelor of Science, 1938.
Diploma, University of Texas, Austin, Master of Science, Home Economics, 1942.
FAO Dossier 2. Rome: Daily American, 1983.
48 pages
Scrapbook, "Snaps and Scraps," greeting cards, 1970s.