This image appeared with several others in the New Orleans Item on December 17, 1922. It shows girls in one of the domestic science classes at Beauregard School, where they were "learning how to make milk dishes of especial nutrituve value." The caption for this image reads, "Nowhere is there a more spic and span kitchen than this one at Beauregard school where the girls are taught scientific cooking. Not only are New Orleans school girls taught how to cook, but they are taught what kinds of food have the greatest nutritive value."