*Presented at the 31st Annual Meeting of the New York State Association of Milk Sanitarians and the 10th Dairy Industry Conference of Cornell University held jointly at the Hotel Ten Eyck in Albany, New York on September 20–22, 1954, and will be published New York State Association of Milk Sanitarians.
Arthur C. Dahlberg was born in Wisconsin, received the B. S. degree from the University of Minnesota in 1915 and the Ph.D degree from the University of Illinois. He was an instructor at the University of Minnesota, creamery extension specialist in North Dakota, superintendent of a cooperative creamery in Fargo, North Dakota, and in 1921 became head of the dairy department at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, New York. In 1943 he went to Cornell as Professor of Dairy Industry.
He was given the Borden Award for dairy research in 1943; he conducted a special study of the dairy industry of Central America for the U. S. government during the war; and recently he directed a nation-wide study of city milk regulations and milk quality for the National Research Council.