X: Bibliography

Abele, John J., “Personality: His Trophies Are Paper Cups,” The Wall Street Journal, 1958.

Association of Schools of Public Health. “Bridgeport, Conn.: Soda Fountains. Must Have Facilities for Cleaning Cups or Paper Cups Must Be Supplied.” Public Health Reports (1896-1970). 31, no. 51 (December 22, 1916): 3482.

Association of Schools of Public Health. “Indiana: Soda Fountains. Sanitary Regulation.” Public Health Reports (1896-1970). 31, no. 16 (April 21, 1916): 1038-1039.

Baker, Jack G. and Stone, Raymond V., Sanitization of the Drinking Glass (The National Association of Sanitarians, Inc., 1938).

“Beer Bottle Heaving Real Problem in Texas League, President Claims,” The New York Times, 1946.

“Beer Served In Paper Cup Passes Test.” Reading Eagle, November 8, 1954.

Davidson, Alvin. “Death in School Drinking Cups,” The Technical World Magazine, 9 no. 1, (March 1908): 623-9.

“Communion Cup a Menace? Sanitarians Endorse an Individual Chalice – Some Churches Adopt It,” New York Times, 1922.

Dogwood Alliance. “Greening Fast Food Packaging: Roadmap to Best Practices,” 2012, http://www.dogwoodalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/0911104-Dogwood-Packaging-Report-Final.pdf (Accessed October 4, 2015).

Dyer, Lynn. “A Look Back as FPI Celebrates 80 Years,” FPI Blog. July 18, 2013, http://www.fpi.org/A-Look-Back-as-FPI-Celebrates-80-Years.

Ecotainer, “Biodegradable Cup, DISPOSABLE COLD CUPS 12 ounce Compostable Cup,” Green Paper Products, http://greenpaperproducts.com/disposable-biodegradable-12ounce-cold-cups-dmse12.aspx#.VjZ5bLerSM8 (Accessed September 30, 2015).

Foodservice Packaging Institute. “A Brief History of Foodservice Packaging,” 2006.

Foodservice Packaging Institute. “The Benefits of Single-Use Foodservice Packaging,” 2007

Foster, A.D., “School Hygiene: A Report of a Sanitary Survey of Schools and of Medical Inspection of School Children in Certain Sections of North and South Carolina,” Public Health Reports (1896-1970), 29 no. 31, (July 1914): 2007-2016.

“How Soldiers Depend on Paper,” The American Journal of Nursing, 44 no. 4 (April 1944): 325.

Hurley, Andrew. Diners, Bowling Allies and Trailer Parks: Chasing the American Dream in the Postwar Consumer Culture. New York, NY: Basic Books, 2001. 1-19.

Jakle, John A. and Keith A. Sculle. Fast Food: Roadside Restaurants in the Automobile Age. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999.

“Jersey Bars to Put Beer in Paper Cups as a Test,” New York Times, 1951.

Krause, Harry D., “Negligence: Duty of Care: Liability of Owner of Place of Amusement for Injury to Spectator Caused by Act of Third Person,” Michigan Law Review, 56 no. 1, (November 1957: 137-9).

Lafayette College Libraries, “Dixie Cup Company History,” August 1995, http://academicmuseum.lafayette.edu/special/dixie/company.html.

Matheny, W.A. “The Common Drinking Cup,” The Pedagogical Summary, vol. XVIII (June 1911) 205-213.

Minter, Adam. Junkyard Planet: Travels in the Billion-Dollar Trash Trade. New York, NY: Bloomsbury Press, 2015.

Mohan, Anne Marie. “Video: PepsiCo Rolls Out Recyclable and Compostable Foodservice Cups,” May 23, 2011, Greener Package, http://www.greenerpackage.com/compost_ biodegrade/ video_pepsico_rolls_out_ recyclable_ and_compostable_foodservice_cups (Accessed October 3, 2015).

“Mugs Save Trees.” Weblog posting to Green is Universal, 2011, http://www.greenisuniversal.com/blog/mugs-save-trees/mugs-save-trees/ (Accessed October 25, 2015).

NPCS Board of Consultants and Engineers. Disposable Products Manufacturing Handbook (Plastic Cups, Cutlery, Paper Cups, Banana Leaf Plates, Facial Tissues, Wet Wipes, Toilet Paper Roll, Sanitary Napkins, Baby Diapers, Thermocol Products, PET Bottles). (Kamla Nagar, Delhi, India: Niir Project Consultancy Services, 2014), 329-42.

“Paper Cup Beer Test Upsets the Industry,” New York Times, 1951.

“Paper Cup Use Spurred,” New York Times, 1942.

“Paper Cups to Aid Defense,” New York Times, 1951.

“Paper Cups to Replace Bottles in St. Louis Park,” New York Times, 1953.

Recygal. “Disposable Cups – Recycling One Drink at a Time.” Weblog posting to Recyclingbin.com, February 28, 2010, http://www.recyclingbin.com/blog/disposable-cups-recycling-one-drink-at-a-time/ (Accessed October 25, 2015).

“Sanitation Manual for Land and Air Conveyances Operating in Interstate Traffic,” Public Health Reports (1896-1970) 58, no.2 (January 1943): 185.

Smith, Peter. “The Unnatural History of the Dixie Cup.” Smithsonian.com, June 13, 2012. http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/the-unnatural-history-of-the-dixie-cup-119828457/?no-ist.

Strasser, Susan. Waste and Want: A Social History of Trash. New York, NY: Metropolitan Books, 1999, 173-8.

“The Drinking Cup Law.” New York Times, 1912.

The Hugh Moore Dixie Cup Company Collection, Special Collections & College Archives, Skillman Library, Lafayette College

United States Environmental Protection Agency. “Reducing Wasted Food & Packaging: A Guide for Food Services and Restaurants,” 2015, EPA-909-K-14-002.

“Unlawful to Drink From a Public Cup.” New York Times, October 1911.

Watson, Bruce. “Fast Food’s Green Trend: Making Big Macs and Lattes More Earth-Friendly,” DailyFinance, April 22, 2013. http://www.dailyfinance.com/2013/04/22/fast-foods-green-trend-environmentalism/.

Super cup mirror Figure 3a


Super cup mirror Figure 3b