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The Food Administration was an organization during World War I in charge of rationing and distributing food to the domestic population enacted by the Food Control Act of 1917. Henry A. Page was appointed by the General Assembly to be the Federal Food Administrator for the state. Papers and correspondence from Page and his assistants are housed in the National Archives under the umbrella collection of the Unite States Food Administration and the author describes the nature of these records.